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GRADUATING CLASS OF 1901

NEBRASKA NORMAL SCHOOL

Wayne, Nebraska

August 11-16, 1901

We can only identify three:

If you can identify anyone, please let us know and we will post it. We will also share this photo with any descendant of those in the photo or mentioned in the announcement below.

* Mabel and John are Mary's grandparents.

THE FACULTY AND THE CLASSES OF 1901
OF THE
NEBRASKA NORMAL COLLEGE

Desire your presence at their Commencement Exercises
August 11 to 16, Wayne, Nebraska


PROGRAM

...Tenth Annual Commencement...
Nebraska Normal College

August 11 - 11 a.m., Baccalaureate Sermon Rev. F. H. Sanderson
August 12 - 8 p.m. Teachers’ and Scientific Classes
August 13 - 8 p.m. Teachers’ and Scientific Classes
August 14 - 8 p.m. Conservatory of Music
August 15 - 8 p.m. Presentation of Diplomas
Lecture, “Living or Making a Life” Rev. Edward F. Trefz, Omaha
August 16 - 8 p.m. Alumni Meeting
August 16 - 10 p.m. Alumni Banquet


BACCALAUREATE SERVICES

Sunday, August 11, 11 a.m., Presbyterian Church

Music, Anthem College Choir
Scripture Lesson and Prayer Rev. Welden
Hymn, No. 165, Pentecostal Hymns No. 1
Announcements
Sacred Solo Miss Stewart
Sermon Rev. F. H. Sanderson, Fremont
Prayer Rev. Bithell
Anthem College Choir
Hymn No. 108, Pentecostal Hymns No. 1.
Benediction Rev. Ringer

TEACHERS AND SCIENTIFIC CLASSES.

Monday, August 12, 8 p.m., Chapel Hall

Motto: The Past Forever Gone, The Future still Our Own.
Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold


Piano Duet Sonata Diabelli
Mrs. Grace Witzel, Miss Mabel Tompkins
Our Heritage Winona B. Moran
The Uses of Great Men J. W. Cronk
The Beauty of the Lillies Marion E. Elliott
The Bedouins of the Desert Grant A. Hall
Vocal Solo “Hearest Thou?” Robert Elliott
A Silhouette Emma Gibbins
Intercepted Dispatches John H. Wilson
Uncle Tom Without a Cabin Ada Clair Leonard
Twelve Years of British Song Clair M. Whitney
Male Quartette
Messrs Hadley, Wilson, Elliott and McCorkle
Geology of Nebraska F. H. Willis
Music in the Poets Mabel Norma Dodge
The Empress Josephine Emma Katherine Larson
Piano Duet “American Guards” Goerelerer
Fred Pile, Helen Pile


TEACHERS AND SCIENTIFIC CLASSES

Tuesday, August 13, 8 p.m., Chapel Hall

Piano Duet “Waltz de Concert” Mattei
Misses Chase and Stewart
The Dawn of the Reformation Laura M. Nieland
Circle Mabel E. Tompkins
Alexander Hamilton Archie E. Littell
The Songs of the Creole Alma E. Schwichtenberg
Vocal Solo Miss Fannie Dyer
A Study in Black and White Maud Iva Johnson
Representative Men Jesse B. McCorkle
Literary Women Rosanna Rossbach
Piano Quartette “Romeo and Juliet” Bellini
Misses Hanson, Larson, Stewart, Mrs. Paul
The Forgotten Millions Susan S. Knox
Robert Burns Mary McLaughlin
Daniel Webster Robert I. Elliott
Double Quartette
Misses Tompkins, Edgerton, McLaughlin, Neiland
Messrs Hadley, Wilson, Elliott, McCorkle

CONSERVATORY DEPARTMENT

Wednesday, August 14, 8 p.m. Chapel Hall

Piano Quartette “Carnival De Venice” Schuloff
Misses Elliott, Pile, Stewart, Mr. Fred Pile

Solo “2d Rhapsodie Hongroise” Liszt
Miss Mabel May Griffith

Vocal Solo, Mr. McCorkle

Piano Quartette “La Baladine” Lysburg
Misses Elliott, Hanson, Pile, Fred Pile

Double Quartette
Misses Tompkins, Edgerton, McLaughlin, Nieland
Messrs Hadley, Wilson, Elliott, McCorkle

Solo “Serenade and Ellegro Giojoso” Mendellssohn
Miss Griffith, orchestra part by Miss Stewart



GRADUATES

Class Roll with Home Address

Cronk, J. W. Page, Neb.
Dodge, Mabel Norma Laurel, Neb.
Elliott, Marion E. Winside, Neb.
Elliott, Robt I (Scientific) Winside, Neb.
Gibbins, Emma Troy, Kan.
Griffith, Mabel May (Music) Wayne, Neb.
Hall, Grant A. Mariaville, Neb.
Johnson, Maud Iva Sioux Falls, S.D.
Knox, Susan S. Hubbard, Neb.
Larson, Emma Katherine Beresford, S.D.
Leonard, Ada Clare Wakefield, Neb.
Littell, Archie E. Pierce, Neb.
McCorkle, Jesse B. Naper, Neb.
McLaughlin, Mary E. Meckling, S.D.
Moran, Winona B. Linsay, Neb.
Neiland, Laura M. Wayne, Neb.
Rossback, Rosanna Cornlea, Neb.
Schwichtenberg, Alma E. Pierce, Neb.
Tompkins, Mabel E. Bassett, Neb. *
Willis, F. H. Battle Creek, Neb.
Wilson, John H. Gordon, Neb. *
Whitney, Clara M. Wayne, Neb.


GRADUATING EXERCISES

Teachers’ and Scientific Classes
Thursday, August 15, 8 p.m., Opera House

Motto: The Past Forever Gone, The Future Still Our Own.
Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold

Invocation Rev. Bitbell
Piano Duet “Grand Galop de Concert” Ketterer
Misses Pile and Griffith
Vocal Solo Miss Stewart
Lecture “ Living or Making a Life: Rev. E. F. Trefz
Piano Solo “6th Rhapsodie Hongroise” Liszt
Fred Pile
Presentation of Diplomas Pres. J. M. Pile
Piano Quartette “Revell Du Lion” Kontski
Miss Griffith, Pile, Stewart and Fred Pile

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