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Page 12 text:
The officers of the Class of 1934 were Presldent Louls Lombardy vxce presldent
Barbara Shaw secretary Nora E Cunnmgham treasurer Davld Beckwlth
'Ihe class motto was Ocuh ad montes The red rose was chosen as the class
flower and red and whxte as class colors
PRIZES AWARDED AT COMTVIENCEMENT 1934
Mark Skmner Scholarshrp Prxze Alan Howes
Seminary Scholarship Prxze Charlotte Gnlbert
Mark Slrmner Essay Przze Florence Wade
Irederxck Crosby Prize Charlotte Gllbert
Balfour Award Medal Louis Lombardv
Ormsby Chapter D A R Prxzes Florence XVade an Russell Lockwood
Dr LCWIS E Hemenway Prxze Stuart Gllbert and Russell Lockwooo
Mlflam Wells Valentxne Prize Barbara Shu
Unlver lty of Vermont Scholarshlps Ollve Grrfhth and Louis Lombard
HONOR LISTS ANNOUNCED AT 1934 COMMENCEMENT
Semor Honors fSen1ors who have mamtamed an axcrage rank of 81 per cent or
more throu hout thur courses Gladys Bushee Ohxe Gxlfhth Louis Lombardy
Flrst Honors QStudents who have mamtalned an axerage rank of 90 per cent or
more throughout the academlc yearj Mary Edgerton Charlotte Grlhert anet Grlbert
Mxry Hosley Alan Howes Margaret LaBounty Grace Lockwood Marjorle Poor
Lou1se Rabner Florence XVade and George We t
Second Honors fStudents 1n addxtlon to the nrt honor students who have mam
tamed an average of 85 per cent or more throughout the aeademxc yearl Vxrgrma
Abbott Sally Allen Edith Baker Davxd Beckwxth Dolores Charbonneau Donald
Chr1st1e Cleo Clayton Clara Covey Martha dCSCllWC1l'Ilt Leon Edgerton Mary
Farnum Ruth Glfhn Sykes Gllbert Dorothy Greene Louise Haldunan Eleanore
Harwood Anna Hemcnway Margaret Hosley Barbara Hulctt -lo eph Kamber EllLE'll5CIlI
Ruler Eleanor Lawrence Vlrgmla Martm C1rol,n lxlotlat Donald Povters llsa
Schuster Ehzabeth Shaw Eleanor Trfft and Mmam Tzllt
COMMENCEMENT WEEK PROGRAM 1939
Sunday June 9 at 8 00 P M Baccalaureate Servlce m the Congregatxonal Church
Addre s by Rev Sydney Buckham of North Bennington
'vlonday June ll 3 30 P M Class Day Exercises on the Seminary Lawn Prln
clpals Reception to the Craduatlon Class parents and alumm from 4 00 to 6 OO
Alumm Dance at Gymnaslum from 9 00 P M to 1 O0 A M
Tuesday june 11 at 3 OO P M Commencement Exercx es rn the Gyxmaslum
Address by Rev Arthur Hewitt of Plainfield In the exenlng at 7 OO oclock the
Alumm Assocxatxon IS grung a banquet at Orus Inn to be followed by the annual
meeting of the ASSOCIHEIOH
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COMMENCEMENT WEEK OF 1934
The 101st Graduatxng Class of the Semmary began its Commencement Exercises
wrth the usual Baccalaureate Exerclses Sunday evenrng ln the Congregational Church
at Manchester Many parents and fnends attended the servrces wrth the Graduatmg
Class underclassmen and faculty The program was as follows An Organ Prelude
lnvocatron by Rev George R Brush rector of St ames Church of Arhngton Hymn
Scrxpture Readmg and Prayer by Rev Errc Allen of the Manchester Church Anthem
O Drvme Redeemer Gonnad by a Double Quartette the Address to the Class by
Rev Harry W Foot of the Congregatronal Church of Dorset Hymn Benednctron by
Rev Arthur M Clarke pastor of the Frrst Baptlst Church at the Center Organ
Postlude The Double Quartette was composed of Mrs Wm A Grlflith Mrs F I
Harwood Mrs E H Swrft Mrs W H Adams W H Adams R E Howes Earle E
Storrs and W R Hard Vxrgrma Abbott and Christopher Swezey Ir of the Iunror
Class were marshals
Because of the beautxful weather lt was desirable and convement to hold the Class
Day excruses rn front of the School Buxldmg Louxs Lombardy presldent of the
Graduatmg Class opened the program wnth the Presxdent s Address Then the History
of the Class was grven by essxe Bolster and Corlxss Wrxght Barbara Shaw and
Goodwm Crosby read the Class Wlll The Class Poem was read by Dorxs Bushee and
essre Bolster The Class Prophecy was told by Nora Cunmngham and Stuart Grlbert
Davrd Beckwrth presented the class grft to the school Chrxstopher Swezey Ir Presl
dent of the jumor Class accepted It for the school Durmg the program Prmcrpal
R E Howes made numerous scholastrc and athletrc awards Tenms awards were
Gxlbert and oseph Fowler Baseball awards were received by Leo Bentley captam
Arthur Sessrons Chrxstopher Swezey jr Mrcah Ruggles james Allen Anthony Zullo
Lou1s Lombardy George Balch George West Donald Powers John Lombardy and
Lou1s Martxn r manager
The Commencement Dance on Monday evemng was greatly enjoyed by a very
large and ay crowd all looking forward to the graduation exercrses the next day
Ianms Orchestra of Rutland w1th a few town men added greatly to the pleasure of
the evemng The Semor Class was represented nn the recexvmg lrne by therr presldent
Lou1s Lombardy and the1r vice president Barbara Shaw
The graduatron ewrercrses were held Tuesday afternoon at the Semxnary Gymnasrum
Twenty three students fifteen g1rls and exght boys were presented by Prmclpal Ralph
S Howes and gnen therr drplomas by E H Hemenway vlce president of the board
The Gymnasxum was filled wlth frrends alumm and students all extendmg thexr
best wxshes to the graduatrng class The prmcxpal speaker Dr Harry Lathrop Reed
was introduced by F'r1nc1pal Howes Dr Reed formerly of Manchester IS now
presrdent of the Auburn Theologrcal Semmary Dr Reed took as hrs theme A Trme
Lrke Thrs He told the graduatmg class that the most Important thmg about these
trmes IS that they re yours
The Equxnox Trro playmg Meyerbeers Coronatlon March whxch has become a
custom of the school opened the exercises The rnvocatron was grven by Rev W
Brown Louis Lombardy pre rdent of the class gave the salutatory address whxch was
followed by Dr Reed s address A Trme Lxke Thls Ohve Blame Grlfhth gave the
valedrctory address The awardmg of prxzes by Ralph E Howes Prxnclpal and the
presentxng of dlplomas by E H Hemenway vlce presrdent of the board of trustees
followed Rev George Folsom pronounced the benechctron
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