Broadalbin Class of 1877
Reunion

 

This program was donated to the site by Broadalbin Historian, Gordon Cornell.  He found this booklet among a box of old family papers.  The saying is true - "you never know just what you will find, nor where you will find it."  The following coincides with the 1907 BHS reunion, previously posted.


1877 - 1907

Reunion
of the Class of 1877

Kennyetto Inn
Broadalbin, New York

June 25, 1907

  

Officers of the Class.

President -                 H. C. Finch, M. D.
Secretary -                       Mrs. N. F. Burr
Treasurer -                        Mrs. R. H. Lee

 

Rah!  Rah! Rah! Who are we?
Why!  we are of the year of 7 times 11;
Yes, 7 times 11 that worth class of '77.
1-8-7-7  1-8-7-7  1-8-7-7  1-8-7-7  Rah!

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MENU.

Soup,
Cream of Tomato.

Relishes,
Celery.             Radishes.             Olives.               Sweet Pickles.

Fish,
Baked Lake Trout,  Cream Sauce,
Pommes     Parisenne.

Entree,
Sweet Bread Patties.

Roast,
Chicken a la Creole.

Vegetables,
Asparagus Tips on Toast.
Creamed Potatoes                                                     Green Peas. 

Raspberry Sherbet.

Salad,
Lobster Salad.

Dessert,
Strawberry  Short  Cake  with  Whipped  Cream.
Vanilla Ice Cream.

Black Coffee.                Assorted Cake.                 Cheese and Crackers.

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TOASTS.

  
H. C. Finch, M. D., Broadalbin, N. Y.,.............................................................Toastmaster

"If advice we would convey
    There's a time we should convey it;
If we've but a word to say,
    There's a time in which to say it."

  

       In what respect does does the present system of education excel that 
of thirty years ago.

Harmon Van Arnam, Prin. of School,................................................Westernville, N. Y.

"The true Knight of Learning; the world holds him dear,
Love bless him, crown him, God speed his career."

  

How may the Board of Education be helpful to the School.

W. H. Dye, Pres. Board of Education,.....................................................Broadalbin, N. Y.

"School houses are the Republican line of fortification."

  

Class History.

Miss Alice Finch,.........................................................................................Broadalbin, N. Y.

"Tell me not in mournful numbers
Life is but an empty dream."

  

Parents Duty to the School.

W. O. Cleveland, Member Board of Education,................................Broadalbin, N. Y.

"Others judge us by what we have already done."

  

In School Days.

Charles Merriam, M. D.,.................................................................................Rochester, Vt.

"As the twig is bent the tree's inclined."

  

Reminiscences of the Class of 1877.

D. D. Crouse, Prin. of Broadalbin School 1877,...................................Broadalbin, N. Y.

"Now we see there is metal in me; and even this instant build on
thee a better opinion than ever before."

  

 Is a college education essential to success in a professional or business life?

Rev. Clarence E. Tullar,.................................................................Newton Center, Mass.
Assistant of Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass.

"His preaching much, but more his practice wrought,
A living sermon of the truths he taught." 

    

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"Let us take a ceremonious leave
and loving farewell of al our friends."        

 

   


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