Largest Class Graduates
Herald of June 2, 1922
The 1922 commencement exercises of Morrisons Cove Vocational High School, ushering out into the world twenty-three well trained young people for the rural section of the Cove and composing the largest class since the establishment of the institution, were a brilliant triumph for the members of the faculty, the students, and supporters of the school.
After being closed down for a period of two weeks for general repairs and improvements, the paper mill at Roaring Spring resumed work. A cut of 50 cents per day for each employee also went into effect.
The Penn Central Lig...