Ricarda Virginia Rucker's Graduation Announcement from Burlingame High School - San Mateo, CA - The Times 8 June 1938

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WKDN1SSUAY, J U N K 8, 1938 Ltuili ia Netc's--Advertising--Circulation Burlingamc-THE TIMES AND Graduate from Burlingame Exercises at I shun Shrine Pirate Band Arrives at Los Auditorium One hundred and forty-four seniors seniors will graduate from the Bur- 1 in game High school at graduation exercises in the high st.iuol auditorium auditorium tomorrow night beginning at 8:15 o'clock. Tho processionalj the "Doge's March," by Rossi, will be played by the high school theatre orchestra, orchestra, under direction of Elmer Young, The invocation will be given by Monsljjnor Thomas F. M a l l e t of 3ti Catherine's church in Burlingame Burlingame and will be followed by n welcome by Terrell Hence, class president. - Speeches on the graduation theme, "Facing Tomorrow," Vi'ill follow.'Speaking on science will be Uichard Carncglia; on medicine, Elizabeth Heed; education, Maurice Nprdstrom; recrcation, N a n c y Nickerson; journalism, Virginia Hess, and government, \Vftltacc Meyer. Marking a break in the speeches, will be a baritone solo by Robert MacKenzic, graduating st'i- dent f ario from F.aust, '.'Even the n ra ves t H e art." Folio wing the speakers, the Burlinganio High orchestra orchestra will rentier several selections selections "Dance of the Mirlitons," by Tschaikovi'ski, and "Serena! a," by W. T. Van Vor Is, p ri ncipal o f the high school will then present the class, following which Super- r Intendont Homer Martin will distribute distribute the diplomas. Closing the commencement exercises exercises will, le the benediction by Monaignor Thomas F. Millctt, and the recessional march irom "Tann- hauscr" by Wagner. Graduating .students arc Vionc Helen Adams, Barbara Elizabeth A l l e n , Josephine M a r i e Armstrong, Ruth Elizabeth Armstrong, Elizabeth Elizabeth Helton, Norma T. Bcrtccchi, Lucille Mnrlc. Hlodgcit, Elizabeth Bowen, Margaret Jean Brain, Agnes Agnes Lucille Brennan, E media Ca- vclli, Beverly Lucille Cote, Doris May Cowdeil, Dorothy Daley, He- Jenc Marye Dnvidsdn, Cheyita M. Doswell, Ine?, Harbara Downey, Thelma Dozier, Ethel- Elizabeth Eamcs. Elizabeth Eastman, Margrctla Mary Foster, Kathl Kathl e e n Loretta Gnstrock, Marjorie Dolores Given s, Jean Harriet Grahe, J u n o Delight Greene, Margaret Margaret J u l i a Grisinger, Sarah Josephine Josephine Haggerty, Mary Josephine Havrhon, Zona Lee Harvey, R u t h Lee Hclscl, Virginia Darling" Hess, Germaine Adele Hove, Catherine Estelli: Hunt, Dorothy Bcrnice HuttOj · June Eleanor , Jenkins, K t a i n c M u r i e l Johnson, Helen M. Kelly, Kopp. Bernice Larson, Jearictte Lauder, Jane Kemp Lewis, Lillian Mae L'eis, Mary Patricia Weekley Lista^ Lois E. Long, Louise Lude, Alfreda E m m a Marsli, Ethel Delia McLure, California McMillan, Amy Jean Miller, Aldeun Meyer. Nancy Nick- eison, Marjorie Marion Stiller, Ruth Margaret Oliver, Laura Ann 01- strom, J e a n n e Gertrude Owen,'Vh'- ginia Hazel-Partridge, Carolyn A Peterson, Dorothy Perkins, Dorothy Mae Philips, .Helen Withers Pickens, Marguerite Marguerite Palricift Proll, Elizabeth Whiting Reed, Janet Frances Roth, Ricarda Virginia Rucker, Harriette Elizabeth Rust, Louise Gaton Saundersj "Margaret Louise Sheldrick, Bernice' Lois Kool, Elsie Ku'mnnng-, Astreil Members of Shrinedom, t h o u s a n d s strong, from al parts of the U n i t e d Stales and Canada, opened their a n n u a l cnnvention in Los Angeles recently with impressive pageantry and ceremony in Memorial Memorial Coliseum, scene of t h e 1932 Olympic games, Gay and deplumed as peacocks, members of t K c Ancient Order, Nobles. of f l i c Mystic Shrine, opened tEieir program Yi'itEi an elaborate parade. San Francisco's Islam Arabians, above, featured the famous pirate hand, calling attention to Treasure Island, scene of llic 1939 Gnlclcn Hate International exposition. Diplomas Go to 292 Tonight High eighth grade pupils of San Mateo and Burlingamc elementary schools tonight will be graduated n exorcises at their respective school when 292 diplomas will be warded. The elementary school exercises, o be held in the auditoriums of ;hp respective schools at 8 o'clock onight, will be the first public school exercises, in graduation week ic re. One hundred and forty-four pupils pupils will receive diplomas in San lateo schools ami 148 in Burlingame Burlingame schools tonight. liny ward Park Sclitml All lists of graduates and graduation graduation programs have been published with the exception of the Hayward ·*ark school prog rn in which follows: follows: ' Salute to Flag, led by John Pires. 6ur school, our crced.by graduates. graduates. : " ' '"" Song of Home, girl graduates, Four hoys. Recitation,' Self Respect, boy graduates. Presentation of diplomas. Class song. Commencement Day. Voices from high school. Band selections, Memories, Blue Blues. Parting Advice, June Klingborg. Tlie annual.graduation ceremon ;es of San Mateo Junior college will be held in Hillaborough tomorrow tomorrow morning at 10:30 when 150 men and women will rcceiv-3 diplomas diplomas in the colorful ceremonies. Al St. MaltheVs Thirty boys and girls .will receive receive their sheepskins at exercises Zicc'one Rites Set Tomorrow fay see ' Reach Tiventy Radio Stations Contacting nil the continents San lateo Junior college radio students talked" with twenty radio stations n the short space of three hours night through W6YU. the col- ege station. Charles Vandcrpyt and James 'womcy first got in. touch with ten tatiotis in Australia by phone and hen contacted several more lirough code. Using code the wo then brought in stations 11 South America, England, Chiniij South Africa and mainland Europe. Several stations in the United Itatcs were also noted to round iut the evening. The students started their contacts at 11:30 last ^ l a n d kept u p their work until 2:30 this morning. Home Building Sets New Higli SpCL-ln T H S O U T H SAN "FRANCISCO, f u n e 8.--Funeral services for Tony iiceone, 40, admitted murderer of lis best friend, E d m u n d P. Kaiser, will be hold from the Nauman Funeral Home, here tomor- ·ow morning at 10 o'clock.. Services had_ been hcltl up since iiccone's suicide Sunday as authorities authorities attempted to locate j rot her, Joseph, in Atlantic City, *$. J. Word received from A t l a n t i c City" today revealed that the brother California's upswing in ,ml building reached a nev residen- crest in May, according to figures just comfort comfort by the analysts and rcseaVch lepartment of Bank of America. Residential permits in clever rind pnl California cities reachpt total of §7,807,000 last month This was a gain of 22.3 per cent over the previous month and 10 cent greater than May, 1937. Value of May permits this year according 1 to Bank of 1 merica^fig- ures, is higher ihan for a n y !he past nine years. The marl achieved in May, 1930, is exceedei by 5 per cent. Seven of the eleven leading citici to report showed gains over April and six showed increase: over of last year. Los Angeles, ^Fresno ami Sacramento showed gains ovc tlic preceding month of 48, 4G, 39 p e r - c e n t , respectively. "This uptrend in resident] a building," .say the b a r V s "is no doubt due chiefly to the fluence of the 1938 amendments t the national housing act, which une effective last February, ant hich the banks of California havi supported so thoroughly." Soil Conservation District Plannec Time* nrrivrnixl City Hurenu REDWOOD CITY, June 8.--Pcti lions for formation of a Colma

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