Margaret Heywood's 1938 graduation from ASTC
Tempe College Plans Graduation For 227 TEMPE, May 25—Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe will graduate 227 students in the class of 1939. In addition to the regular graduation, 20 graduate students will receive the master of arts degree degree in education. * Three ceremonies will mark the exercises. At 8:30 o'clock Sunday night baccalaureate services will be .eld held on the lawn of the home of Grady Gammage, president. Guest speaker will be Rabbi A. L. Krohn of Temple Beth Israel in Phoenix. He will speak on "The Call of the Far Horizons." The graduates will gather at 6:30 o'clock Monday evening in the patio of West Hall to be received by the alumni association in the annual induction ceremony. Tom Lillico, alumni secretary, is* in charge of arrangements. As a climax of the three days of activities, graduation ceremonies will be held at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday Tuesday night on the president's lawn. The entire college faculty in caps and gowns will accompany the class in the processional. Guest speaker will be Dr. W. C. Martin, Bishop of the Methodist Church, Los Angeles. Graduates are: Bachelor's Degree, May, 1939 Ajo: Pauline Sanchez. Bisbee: Robert Colford, Mary Catherine Cooper, Nina Ethelyn Cooper, Madoc Wynn Davies and Doris L Rothery. Bowie: Ernestine Lee Driskill and Eugene William Wakefield. Buckeye: Ruby A.JWhitehead. Chandler: Loree Jane Brown. Florence: Hilbert J. Brady, Betty Kennedy and Anna. Lee Morrell. Gadsden: Octava Lee. Glendale: Ruth Ellen Gillette, Mary Frances McAllister, Allan W. Miller and Ena Dodd Moraga. Globe: John B. Caceletto, Naomi Virginia Carpenter and Nellie Anne Setka. Hayden: Weldon Walter Hastings. Hastings. Mammoth: Clara Clark. Mesa: Helen Creasman, Clara Peterson Ebel, Margaret Smurthwaite Smurthwaite Heywood, W. Earl Jones, Glenn LeRoy LeBaron, Mildred Mesa: Rey Arnold Huber, Dorris Tierman and Hazel Barr Wignall. Miami: Margaret Eunice Murphy, Murphy, William John Sabin and Lloraine Lloraine Valiera Sawyer. Parker: Shirley Marie Thomp son. Phoenix: Elsie Baillie Berg, Mabel Hughes Blue, Elaine Booth, Maybelle Pope Brazee, Narissa B. Canion, Augusta T. ence E. Fishburn, Crozier, Clar- Jennie' Mary Grdsso, Josephine Helen Grosso, Louise O'Dell Horak, Henry Franklin Franklin Jones, Mary Cobb Lanford, William Langmade, Esther Elizabeth Elizabeth Laveen, Ruby McCarty, Laurein McCarty, Martha Jane Nellis, Harriett Newman, Lois E. Poe, Jack Denver- Provost, Anne A. Reilly, James Strang, Jessie Maude Scrivner, Lois Nicholson Taylor, Beverly Aurelie Vidrine, Kirby L. Vidrine, jr. and Pauline Weir. Scottsdale: John H. Adams, jr. Vernon Donn Frederick and Rueda Hicks. Tempe: Miriam J. Clayton, Lyle Hanna, Theron Marl Hemphill Dorothy Jayne Meyer, Richarc Stevens Meyer, Hollis Moomaw Ellen Lora Parry and Gladys Bearden Runyan. Tolleson: Laura Eileen Arnold." Tucson: Edith Ann Steger. Warren: Mary Hannah Taylor. Winslow: Eleanor Mary Martini La Verne, Calif.: Richard William William Maechtlen. San Bernardino, Calif.: Aileen Lucille Whitlow. Sequoia National Park, Calif. Arthur Albert Atwell. Cedar Rapids, la.: John Edwart Christensen. Belton, Mo.: Ellen Dobson. Fairfax, Mo.: Margaret Ruth Bigley. Mo.: Adah Wanita Lewiston, Underbrink. Brooklyn, N. Y.: Jules Heller. Richmond Hill, N. Y.: Pau Howard Nodell. For Work Completed In January, 1939 Buckeye: Ernest Gardner Good loe. Camp Verde: Mary E. Moser. Casa Grande: Ret,a» Emmalini Montgomery.