- Program. Commencement week.
- Anniversary of literary societies, June 8, 8 P. M.
- Baccalaureate address, June 9, 4 P. M.
- High school graduate class, June 10, 2 P. M.
- Annual address, Honorable Henry Sabin, June 10, 8 P. M.
- Tuesday section, Didactics Class, June 11, 10 A. M.
- Alumni literary entertainment, June 11, 2 P. M.
- Wednesday section, Didactics Class, June 12, 10 A. M.
- Scientific Class. June 12, 2 P. M.
Program. Monday, 2 P.M...
Clara A. Boss
N. Emma England
Hilda G. Lunden
Martha H. Miller
Mary L. Stever
Katherine S. Townsend
Mary R. White
Tuesday, 10 A.M.
*Nellie F. Anderson
May M. Boynton
C. F. Curtis
Maggie L. Cunningham
Ella M. Ford
C. W. Cobb
Elizabeth R. Jones
C. A. Fullerton
Lizzie M. Kallenbach
*L. B. Moffett
W. L. Hearst
Minnie E. Stafford
Anna E. Wilson
M. O. Roland
Wednesday, 10 A. M.
E. D. Y. Culbertson
Laura J. Brown
Lizzie M. Ellis
B. B. Foster
Emelie M. Kreig
C. J. Griffin
Alma E. Morrison
Lizzie A. Rhodes
*Luella V. Simmons
John A. Kleinsorge
Alice E. Wright
*A. J. Stone
Libbie M. Wyatt
F. C. Sage
*G. N. Sabin
Wednesday, 2 P. M.
Thomas R. Amlie
P. G. Fullerton
Lillian L. Crosley
Chas. C. Miller
W. R. Patterson
Pauline M. Leader
Commencement exercises. Fourth year.
Graduating exercises of the Elementary class program. Part I
Anthem, "Glory be unto God on High," (Hunt), performed by the Normal Choir
Moral Heroism, oration by Frank R. Gardner, Miller's Creek
American Art, oration by Sue M. Sawyer, Le Mars
Progress, essay by Carrie M. Williams, Northwood
Across the Alps Lies Italy, essay by Clara Cooke, Tripoli
The Truths of To-day, the Mistakes of To-morrow, oration by Carrie J. Lang, Marshalltown
La Marsellaise, (Kunkel), piano solo Miss McLagan
Civil Service Reform, oration by Charles E. Moore, Miller's Creek
Heirs of the Ages, essay Louise Olbrich, Cedar Falls
Independent Thought, oration by M. M. Dietz, Waterloo
Patriotic Eloquence, oration by Cora Pierce, Belmond
Sweet and low, (Barnby), vocal music by Semi Chorus
Practical Education, oration by J. E. McCarty, Guthrie
Misfortunes of Literary Men, essay by Alice Felmley, Cedar Falls
Teaching as a Profession, oration by Kate E. Nevile, Ackley
The Influence of Faces, essay by Carrie Cox, Cedar Falls
Communism, oration by Mary D. Ballantyne, Brooklyn
La Somnambule, (Lickl), duo-piano and organ by Misses McLagan and Buchanan
Anthem, "Gloria in excelsis," (Mozart), by the Chorus
Harmony, oration by Ella M. Shaffner, Hudson
Chivalry, oration by Idella E. Chapman, New Hartford
Our Life Work, oration by Ella D. Williams, Waterloo
Music -- Sewall's Cornet Band
Our American Entertainments, oration by Hannah B. Gallagher, Le Mars
True Bravery, oration by Jennie L. Buchanan, Cherokee
A Cup of Cold Water, oration by Addie V. Gallagher, Le Mars
Is She Honored?, oration by Jennie M. Buchanan, Le Mars
Crises, Oration by Elizabeth Perkins, Sioux City
Piano solo -- Rigoletto (Lizt) by Miss McLagan
Graduating exercises of the Didactics Class
Milton, oration by Eva Cooke, Tripoli
Civilization, oration by Edward T. Moyer, Jesup
Does the World Need Fanatics? oration by Eliza Rawstern, Greencastle
Triumphal March, Damascus, (Costa), by the Chorus
Graduating exercises of the Scientific Class
Boundaries of Human Knowledge, oration by Anna E. McGovern, Mitchell
The Education of the Emotions, oration by Maude Gilchrist, Cedar Falls
Address to graduates, by the Honorable G. S. Robinson, Chairman of the Educational Committee
Presentation of diplomas
Doxology, by the congregation