Roosevelt Baccalaureat

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as is col- set- which marine almost I. the for compete and a so hos- waterfront plan with a J officer In Mountaineering On A Mole will be the subject of Dr. Luther E. Stein of the First Presbyterian -hurch at baccalaureate services or 174 graduates of the Roosevelt High School at 5:30 A. M. next Sun!2 Ro «d'ng Park. Dr. Stein give the invocation, prayer enedlctlon and read from the Scriptures. The musical numbers will a trumpet solo, Indian Love *ay Kimball; processional, Grand Shoeur In F (Salome), Mrs. Williams; doxology, solo, Arise! For Thy Light Has Come , . Jesus Calls U« O'er The battle at M. McDermld), C. Aaron King; Tumult- hymn, Faith Of Our Fathers; cessional, Marche Triumphale aerts). The annual plaque ceremony e at 9:45 A. M., June 6th irach Tatarlan presiding and Johansen and Lester Gamble as speakers. The former's subject be Our Greatest Lesson. Gamble will speak on The Things Roosevelt Has Given Us. The plaque will be cemented a chest In which souvenirs will )Iaced by the following students: J5is Roberts, class roll; Irving Martin, class history; Frances Levey, class pedigree; Miss Johansen, class clippings; Charlotte Smith, senior committees; Pauline mart, senior bulletin; Martha Shupe, Roosevelt News; Violet Fischer, class will; Jack Clssel, announcements; Harold Buck baccalaureate program; Leslie Bruce, commencement program; Gordon English, senior play program; Stanley Degnan, class motto; Theodora Platsls, class yell; Lavon Clark, class colors; Lester emblem; Alma Pratt, class flower. The chest will be sealed by Roy Black and Principal W. A. Otto will speak on Memories. ilaque committee Includes fambuck, Norman Llndrose, Tha Louie ! .... , Thomas Margaretlc and Orman Rawllngs. The chest will be cemented place by Charles Fudge, Bert Ontjes, Holland Patterson, Louie and Sambuck. Student speakers at the graduation exercises June 6th and subjects will be as follows: dlne Rodgers, Can Home Provide A Career; James Irvine, Whither? E l e a n o r Glance Into The Future; Howard Roth, The Challenge Of Astronomy; Hrach Tatarlan. The World Its High School Age.

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  1. The Fresno Bee The Republican,
  2. 29 May 1934, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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