Martha Shupe Graduation

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I Large Group Of Students Gets I Honors in Sports And Class Work Roosevelt High School held its ninth commencement last night with the largest class of graduates n its history and a record breaking audience in attendance at outdoor exercises at which Principal W. A. Otto gave special recognition to a number of students who have distinguished themselves in scholar- Alp and athletics. Charles O. Gross of the Fresno Board of Education presented diplomas to 174 gradutes. The class was the largest that will be graduated' from the school, due to the fact future attendance will bo controlled by boundaries which have been get up. Including the class · of 1934, a total of 763 students have | been graduated since June, 1930. Otto introduced twenty boys and twenty girls who had achieved athletic letters and seventeen students who, he said, had completed their high school work In less than the rain" 7-15 and by commencement at Dr. board to a work on a saluta- women was Of the .public "At woriv- allotted time. He also introduced Joseph Eugene Milltano and Warren Beck as the winners of five athletic letters and the former as the winner of the student body cup for best sportsman. Miss Eleanor Larson ·eceived recognition for winning he same honor among · {the girls and Miss Eleanor Peters for winning a Mills College scholarship. Win Scholastic Honors Students who were graduated with cum laude for scholarship and service rendered the school and who are life members of the California Scholarship Federation include: Brentou Barnes Bradford, [Avon Clark, Lester Hollls Gamble, Erma. Gene Grosse, Dean Low Hyde, James Linn Irvine, Eleanor Mae Larson, William 'Robert McKelvey, Eleanor Ruby Peters, Alma Bernice Pratt, Geraldlne Anne Rodgers, Howard Calvin Roth, 7.-The of alleged continue hay Salvador In conversation they Homan his ^o the was )dg . _ _ , , p Edith Opal Stone, Hrach Tatarian and Seboo J, Tufenkjlan. Those with both a cum laude for scholarship and life membership In the federation are: Edgar Elton Combs, Thomas Ellis Curtis, RUth Elizabeth Davldian and -BJpm£ Gsnc Grosse. Those with both a cum laude scholarship and for service rendered are: Harold Chester Gamble, Jean Olive Glasscock, Irma Adalr There are of Is was'a of was comment, read nearly arc of the "the -In something address three of century his 'Theodore forces McDougall. Those with a cum .laude for icholarship are: Opal Angeline Cobb, Robert Maurice Johnson, Victoria Melkonlan, Kenneth Lloyd Curtis, Alice Maude Sanderson, Martha Irene Shupe. Catharine Elizabeth White and .Catharine May Woo. Those with a cum laude for service are: Georgiana Harriett Alderman, William Gill Barlcau,.La Roy Anthony Blask, Leslie Monroe Bruce, ·Naomi Foster, Wallace Leonard Gross, Vera June Johansen, Norman Llndrose, ,'Millltano, Lewis Dayle Moore, Hugh E. Morris, Kenneth Orman Rawllngs, Norman Irwln Schuldt/Nell Lillian Stallmgs, Catherine Evelyn Swett, John J. Van Valkenburgh. . . Students Are Speakers Miss Rodgers, whose subject was 3an Home Making Provide A Career, said woman's duty Is to establish the home, where she said woman Is responsible for its order, comfort and loveliness, and to rule the outside world."If Ruskln's statement Is true, 'there is not a war in the world, nor an " injustice, but · that you women are answerable for" it; not in that you have provoked, but that you have not hindered,' then the mission of woman is. clear," said. · · · -- · · Eleanor Larson" declared the amount of money accumulated will not be the standard .of. success in the future. She said the standard how worthwhile a person has spent his extra-hours as re- a a are is the be are in To' flected in his living and thcjnspira- tion to others to reach those She said chiUren should be taught taste and discrimination In the ype of movies they attend, the 'adio programs to which they lis- en and the newspapers they read. Roth's subject was The Chal- enge Of Astronomy. He said an nation Roosevelt to Itanaga, Victoria H. quartet sang, led In Ralph Fotes directed Miss . O f acquaintance with the stars gives eeling of security that will be a guide' up the' long and narrow of life. : . Irvine compared graduation with he sailing of a ship from harbor. His topic was Whither. ' · Tatarian, class president, said a possible and effective "way to preserve world peace is by starting peace movements in high schools. Otto advised'the graduates to ook ahout them alertly,' develop arger and newer ideas and test deals they have formed in the of times in which many, he said, have grown discouraged and opportunities seem few. He concluded his address by singing Bye, Sweet Day." ' Rev. Z. D. Bancroft gave the invocation and Rev. G. Bi Des.chler the benediction. -Music included numbers by the girls', and boys' Alma glee clubs, the class song, Mater and band selections.

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  1. The Fresno Bee The Republican,
  2. 07 Jun 1934, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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