Teachers gather for the two-day Teachers Normal training at Searcy Public School circa 1906. Odell Morris, a member of the White County Historical Society, says her parents, George O. Yingling and Emma Adcock Yingling, are in the crowd somewhere but she has never found them.
OUR GRADUATES Class of 1906. The Graduating Class and Faculty of the Searcy Public High School request the Honor of Your Presence at their Commencement Exercises Wednesday and Thursday Evenings, June 6 and 7, 8:30 oclock, Nineteen Hundred and Six.
Wednesday June 6, 8:30 P.M.
Rev. Frank Barrett Medal Contest, Original Story
(50% Moral, 25% Composition, 25% on Delivery)
Invocation - Rev. J.S. Hall
Music, Orchestra Schumanns Traeimerei Misses Prewett, Lightle, Skillern, Headlee and Rives
Story Ben Gordons Revenge Miss Calista Loomis
Story Daisies Resolution - Jesse Harder
Story Jack and Bill Miss Fanny Purcell
Music Angels Serenade Braga Orchestra
Story Uncle Abes Fidelity Flavil Lewis
Reading How Mose Counts Miss Ruth Keith
Music Reverie Giles Orchestra
The delivery of medal by Rev. Rogers
Thursday Evening, 8:30
Invocation Rev. Frank Barrett
Music Cavalleria Rusticana Orchestra
Salutatory Earl Harlan
Historian Rufus Stolz
Solo Miss Effie Keith
Class Poet Miss Calista Loomis
Prophet Jessamine Bevier
Music Maidenlust Orchestra
Valedictorian Murray Percival
Class Address Hon. J.J. Doyne
Music Old Kentucy Home Orchestra
Presentation of Diplomas.
Motto: Look up, Lift up.
Class Colors: Blue and White
Class Flower: Lily
Class Roll Vital Sellers, Green Booth,
Earl Harlan, Rufus Stolz, Flavil Lewis, Murray Percival, Jesse
Harder, Miss Calista Loomis, Miss Lillian Menees, Miss Jassamine
Bevier, Miss Fannie Purcell