Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on November 22, 1959 · 27
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 27

Oakland, California
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Sunday, November 22, 1959
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Mr md ' 4- if -. k' J Now Longfellow Elementary S :hool to Bp Dedicated at Public Ceremonies Tomorrow Oakland will formally dedl' ijcate its 16th school project to , morrow, night t at. ceremonies for the $599,000 Longfellow Ilementary School. - 1. The new plant. Is the 27th f project to be completed out of 49 proposed In , the 1956 bond taenia mnA 4Vi& lAk 4. U. mally dedicated. This September-its 620 students started classes in the new quarters. ; The school replaces a multi-storied building which was al most completed at the time of the 1906 earthquake. ; ,An exodus of Sari" Francisco families to the Eastbay at that time made it necessary to enr large the school which was still under construction. ; Monday rites" will start at 7:30 p.m. Principal Angelo Lievore will be assisted . by Mrs. Octavia Anderson, Mrs. Flossie Boyd. Mrs. Lionel Burgess, Sherman Donnell, Mrs. Florence Moore, James Sharpe, Mrs. Barbara Terry and Dr-Forrest Michell, assistant superintendent Campfire Girls, Cub Scouts and the , Longfellow. Traffic Patrol will open the program in the multi-purpose room. Others taking! part will include the Rev! Seymour Met-ters, Mt Calvary Baptist Church; Selmer Berg, superintendent of schools; Earnie L. Jackson; Milton Harvey; Mrs. Oakland Tribune, Sunday, Nov. 22, 1959 27 Cora Riser, board of. education member;; and the Rev.' Lewis A. Baskervill, St. Augustine Episcopal Church. The school orchestra and choral club will also partici pate, and special guests from the chamber, of commerce and recreation department will be introduced! . The school will be open for tours following the program. mrjT more i?n vun r.ioMGY... PRETTY, PRACTICAL IflS FROM 'or Use any of Grants 3 "Charge-It" JPlans... No money down. 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