Horace Mann School Exercises
Publication:
Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Feb 1913, p. 9


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Date of Publication:
6 Feb 1913
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Winnetka Horace Mann Elementary School
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English
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Graduation exercises were held at the Horace Mann school last Friday afternoon. A class of twenty pupils received their diplomas from their teacher, Mrs. Goodchild, signifying that they had completed eight years of elementary school work with passing marks.
For the program of the afternoon the pupils chose their own work. Some took problems in arithmetic and sentence structure, while others gave vivid accounts of historical events.
After the program tea was served to the guests. Mrs. Goodchild acted as hostess and was most charming in her greetings to everyone.
After the program tea was served to the guests. Mrs.Goodchild acted as hostess and was most charming in her greetings to everyone.
The pupils presented their teacher with a beautiful bar pin as a token of their love and esteem. The following is a list of the graduates: David Lasier, Stella Thompson, Frances Carlson, Florence Anderson, Ruth Livingston, Frances Denamore, Fred Barts, Albrecht Ebner, Gardner Cole, Grant Harper, Robert Bubrock, Magnus Nelson, Lewis McClain, Edward Remmick, Byron Snow, John Williams, Harold Odh, Harry Cadenhead, Louie Anderson, and Dorothy Burgy.
Tonight the civics department of the Woman's club is giving a hard times dance at the club house. This is one of a series of dances which are being given the first and third Thursdays of each month for the young people of Winnetka. These dances are proving quite popular, and they are being well patronized. The young people are always well chaperoned, and an enjoyable evening's entertainment is assured. An admission price of twenty-five cents is charged, which is devoted entirely to the expenses of the dances.

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Horace Mann School Exercises