1916 Fairmount College Eighteenth Annual Commencement
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Fairmount College. Eighteenth Annual Commencement. Wichita, Kansas, May 31, 1916. 4 pages
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The eighteenth commencement program included invocation part featuring Rev. Guy L. Brown; music performances by Georgiella Lay, Isabella Gareissen, Ralph Mason Hix, Mrs. A. P. Larrabee, Arthur J. Hoare, William Dressler, Georgiella Lay. Conferring of degrees and announcements followed.
The following degrees were conferred: Honorary Degrees: Edmund Stanley, D.Law; William W. Bolt, D.Div.; Candidates for Degree: Grace Margaret Hodgson, B.A.; Merrill N. Isely, B.A.; Lucille Elizabeth Spencer, B.A.; Edith Frances Berry, B.A.; Bess Eva Bontz, B.A.; Mary Marie Dixon, B.A.; Maude Duncan, B.A.; Harold B. Ferguson, B.A.; Pearl Schell Hayes, B.A.; Dwight Walter Holcomb, B.A.; Helen Marie Johnson, B.A.; Mildred Lella Johnson, B.A.; George LeRoy Miller, B.A.; Tivis A. Pendleton, B.A.; William Dean Potts, B.A.; Alice A. Schnackenberg, B.A.; David H. Sloan, B.A.; Talma Gladys Thompson, B.A.; Alvin C. Wright, B.A.; Fairmount Academy Graduates: Letha Burton; John S. Coleman; Maude Elizabeth Kirk; Helen Tucker; Lucille Mildred Vernon
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