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COVINA, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY JUNE 9, 1988 Gates Will Open On Friday For Covina Students V. C. Hayman to Deliver Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday Evening Dr. Remson C. Bird, president of Occidental College, and one ol the state's leading educators will deliver deliver the commencement address, "Education For Democracy" at tne graduation ceremonies to be held next Friday afternoon, June 16, On the front steps of the Administration Administration building, where 89-members of the Senior class will be seated, to receive their diplomas. Although slightly smaller in numbers numbers than last year's group, the graduates this year include some of the most outstanding young people ever to attend the local high school, both from a standpoint of study and extra-curricular activities. Despite Despite the difficulties surrounding sources of higher education a large percentage of the class have announced announced their intentions of continuing continuing at various Southern California California colleges and universities. Baccalaureate services will be held in the auditorium Sunday evening, beginning at 8 o'clock, with HOT. V. C. Hayman, pastor o£ the Covina Baptist church in charge of the ceremony. His message; to the students students is yet unannounced, as. ^ customary, and vocal selections by a picked group of glee club members members will round out the program of the evening. Parents and friends of the graduating students are especially especially urged to attend the services, which are' open to the public. Two numbers by the orchestra will open the graduation exercises next Friday, to be followed followed by invocation from Rev. Bertrand Bertrand M. Hause, and a s«lecttaa by the "Boys* OleetSub. JJr.'stnl deliver his address, to tie f» by the Senior Sextette in a selection. Wallace Reed will present a violin obligate, and William 8. Sawyer, president of the board of trustees will award the diploma?, Avith benediction by Rev. Hause closing the program. Members of the class will be: Ralph E. Barnes, Roy L. Bartel, Margaret Lucille Bashore, Ida Elizabeth Beardsley, Steven Borra, irma Marian Bowser, Dick Boyce, Matilda Willa Bra vender, Edward B^unson, Patricia E. lOhrastka, Arthur R. Christensen, William H. Clayton Jr., Dorrls Evelyn Oopen- harve, Anita Ellen Crawford. George Dittberner, Jewell Janett Dulmage, Richard Dunlap, Marye Eoline Duskln, Clarence L. Ede, Eugene Eugene Fields, Max L. Olassco, Ruth Ellen Goodrich, Eldon R. Gordon, Leta Marie Grant, Jaunita B. Gray, Rayford P. Hall, Clareice E. Hardwick, Hardwick, Betty Jane Hartman, Dorothy Jaunita Hesselrode, Richard Hicks, Pentathlon Support by Citizen Brings Honors For Los Angeles Times Special recognition was conferred conferred on the Covina Citizen this week by the Los Angeles Times, in the form of an honor certificate, which ta given annually to the newspaper giving the most support to the Pan-Pacific Junior Pentathlon Pentathlon Juvenile Athletic movement sponsored by the Times. i Although this honor is regularly conferred on only one newspaper in the state, the Citizen tied with one ither paper in the number of inches jf news printed concerning the Pentathlon, and thus will share its credit with the other weekly paper ihls year. Leaders of the movement voiced their appreciation in the following letter to Van V. Boyce and AJ D. Stfilman, editors of this paper. Please accept this letter and honor certificate as a gesture of appreciation and thanks of the executive committee of the Pan Pacific Junior Pentathlon for the wonderful support given by you and your paper, the Covina Citizen, in the promotion and exploitation of the 1933 Games in your community. The success of the entire program program is dependent upon the work of community building individuals individuals and worthy publications publications such as yours. As a tangible remembrance we present you this honor certificate, certificate, awarded to the co-operating co-operating newspaper devoting the most space to the 1933 program. With kindest wishes for your continued 'success, we remain Yours very truly, (Signed) JOHN F. NESS O. A. PRICE IRVING ECKHOFF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, i*-*" -."Tr"* ' '"*'" Flag Day Program led This Year [ worthT' Alfred M. ~Lovely7 Irene Oscar B. Hopper. John Y. Iwane, Frances Ruth Johnson, Dolores Jumper, Girtude Bernice Kennedy, Dorothy Amelia Kilman, Hide Kiyan, Carl Lackey, Jack Lang, Frank A. Lanphear, Arvel Arvel Larick Mayme Edna Leebrtck, Ava Lorrene Leek, George E. Long- I | ££££ MwgareTM." McLd^n, i Pauline M. Maidlow, Francis Howard Howard Marshall, Frederick M. Maurer, George E. Mead, Gertrude Margaret Meinel, Amelia Anita Mighton, (Please turn to page eight) Patriotic Meeting Will be Held in Legion Hall on Wednesday Evening Three of the leading patriotic organizations of the city, American Legion, their Auxiliary, and the Women's Relief Corps will unite in raiding a program for the observance observance of Flag Day on the evening of the birthday of the Stars and Stripes, Wednesday, June 14, in the American Legion clubhouse, it was announced late last night. meeting will be a public one in every sense of the word, every effort being made to urge a turnout of townspeople and merchants the program in commemoration the American flag. A prominent speaker from Los Angeles, unannounced as yet, and a group of addresses by Covina men and women will comprise the bulk of the program. Taking up the history history of Old Glory, and many other phases such as proper respect, care, and display, of the national emblem the program will be Instructive

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  1. Covina Argus,
  2. 09 Jun 1933, Fri,
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