Friday, April 2, 2010

1964 Commencement Program, Memorial High School, Bristol, New Hampshire

Something a bit newer for a change:

8.5" x 11" page, folded into quarters, comprising a program for the Fortieth Commencement Exercises at Memorial High School, Bristol, New Hampshire.  Friday, June 12, 1964, 8 PM.  Rough shape, but legible.

Invocation:  Rev. Ethel Lee Matthews

Four Hundred Years of Knowledge

Salutatory: "Truth will come to the end truth will out."  Launcelot, The Merchant of Venice, Act II, Sc. II;  EDNA LEE MACDOUGALL

"No, Sir, you must not kneel."  Cordelia, King Lear, Act IV, Sc VII;  CARL LESLIE VANCELETTE

"I have no way and therefore want no eyes; I stumbled when I saw."  Gloucester, King Lear, Act IV, Sc I;  SUSAN BETTY OBER

Valedictory:  "What a piece of work is a man."  Hamlet, Hamlet, Act II, Sc. II;  ROGER ALLEN GOODNOUGH

Commencement Song...Cornell University Theme, Words by Senior, Sandra Della Esty.  HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS

Address:  Dr. John T. Holden, Professor of Government, University of New Hampshire

Presentation of Gift:  CARL LESLIE VANCELETTE

Acceptance of Gift:  MARTHA LOUISE PARSONS

Presentation of Awards:  WILLIAM B. BASTON, Principal of High School

Presentation of Diplomas:  CHESTER F. WELLS, Chairman, School Board


Reception for Seniors, Front of State

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