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Dubuque Telegraph Herald And Times Journal (Newspaper) - May 27, 1934, Dubuque, Iowa Ten Telegraph Herald and times journal Dubuque. It?.-------------�292 pupils to be graduated at senior High school exercises Here May 27, 1934 graduation to come june 21 class largest sixty fourth commencement ends with ceremony and program graduation activities at senior High school will close thursday june 21, when the largest graduating class in the history of the school will participate in the 64th commencement exercises. Of the weather is favourable the program will take place on the sen j for High athletic Field. Otherwise exercises will be held in the school 1 auditorium. High lights of the program will be i talks by the valedictorian Robert Brooks and the salutatorian Lor i rain Yelden. The class gift an amplifying system will be used during the exercises. The program follows persian Market Kett Elbey pomp and circumstance Elgar senior High school band. Invocation reverend c. R. Frank Lauser. Only Begotten son Marden in those delightful pleasant Groves Purcell spirit Flower Campbell Tipton senior High mixed chorus. Talks Robert Brooks. Valedictory tan term near close at St. Claras i senior banquet Junior dance events of june 9 scene of graduation ceremonies graduation exercises will be Setd at Saint Clara Academy Sinsinawa wis., on june 7. Saint Clara Academy will % hold graduation exercises on june 7 at Sinsinawa wis. The eighth annual ment of St. Clara Academy sin Lorraine Yelden salutatorian. Of Ganawa. Wis., xviii be held the even stars in the velvety sky Herbert Init of june 7, th#1 right reverend Spring Valley 111. Mary Bernice c Larkey Cornet Solo by Robert monsignor David Job Hearn of St. Mckay Galesburg 111. Andrea Mack Kentucky Derby serves As decoration theme Johnson is speaker the senior banquet and Junior dance traditional at senior High school will be Given june 9 at the school. This years theme for decoration is the Kentucky Derby and will be carried out in the class colors red and Blue. To carry out this theme huge horseshoes will be placed at both ends of the cafeteria. The nut cups programs and table decorations will be in red and Blue designed in a style appropriate for the Derby idea. The program for the banquet is music by a University of Dubuque orchestra under the leadership of Ferdinand Ditella a dance by a Pupil from miss Berk a dancing school and speeches by r. W. Johnson school principal e. D. Cline superintendent of Dubuque Public schools and Philip Brown and Arthur Bock students. Olive Mcdermott senior class president will act As Toast mistress. Commence-1 City. La Helen Miriam Gleason. Fort from Yaw it c a reserve8, a it like it a Teresa Knaack. win ,. The a banquet. C Rosse wis. Jane Frances Keenan. After he banquet he sen1ors will attend the annual Junior dance As guests of the juniors. The Derby senior High school where graduates of the class of 1934 will receive diplomas june 21 Brooks accompanied by senior High Matthew Church Milwaukee wis., her Chicago 111. Dorothy Mullaney atmosphere will also a created in land. I presiding the commencement pro Sioux City la. Mary la Hie mul the dance Hall a huge Horseshoe presentation of class gift by class Gram follows Laney Sioux City la. Theodora wli1 h n f the up Milne the president oily Mcdermott. Processional Calkin. Elisabeth Scholl Milwaukee. Wish floor via a bal partially 8urro under acceptance of class gift by pres High mass the reverned r. W. Harriet Lenore Smith Omaha neb. Dent of student Council Walter Mulvey o. P., celebrant. Academic music certificate piano Lichen. Proper of the mass. Toter Introit will be awarded to Joan Campbell presentation of awards and class gradual offertory communion. J Kirksville. Mo., and Kathryn Yvonne by principal a. A Johnson. J Ordinary cum Jullo. Gregorian Gehan Sioux City la. Presentation of diplomas presi a Kyrie Gloria Credo Sanctus an academic music certificate Dent of Board of education Karl j. Benedictus Agnus Dei. J violin will be awarded to Helen mar lib Omberg. J hymn vent creator spiritus Lam Gleason fort Dodge la. Alma mater class of 1934. Gregorian. Academic expression Cert flutes recessional under the double Sermon the right Rev. Msgr. Will be awarded to Margaret Braun David j. Of Hearn. Ger. Sioux City la. Mary Victoria senior conferring of honors. J Dwyer Milwaukee wis. Andrea Benediction of the most blessed Mockler Chicago 111. Theodora sacrament. 1 Elizabeth Scholl Milwaukee wis. Recessional. Horsley. T a secretarial course certificate classical scientific and vocational will be awarded to Rebecca Mary senior High class of 1934 Eagle Ellis. Inver Cargel Lith gov High school band. Baccalaureate will be held june 17 to invite general Public annual baccalaureate services for the class of 1934 of the senior High fool will be held sunday june it at 8 of clock in the senior High auditorium. Reverend c. R. Frankhauser pastor of the first evangelical Church will deliver the Farewell Sermon. His subject will be a youth and the new the program announced is As follows processional senior High school orchestra. Invocation Rev. R. M. Badger. Hymn congregation. Scripture Reading Rev. H. D. Atchison. Prayer Rev. W. B. Kline. Vocal Solo Otto Janssen. Accompanist miss Martha Zehetner. Farewell Sermon Rev. C. R. Frankhauser. H my no congregation. Benediction Rev. W. Ban Hook. Recessional senior High school orchestra. Although designed primarily for graduates the service will be open to the Public. Course graduates who will receive diplomas Are As follows Mary Ellen Betz Sioux City la. Margaret Braunger Sioux City la. Renoit Spring Valley ill preparatory department certificates will be awarded to Stella Bass Ler Sinsinawa wis. Loretta Jean Merri Kathryn butter Worth Chicago j Brennan Chicago Iii. Anna Brown 111. Joan Campbell Kirksville to. J Dubuque la. Margaret Downey nor Mary Victoria Dwyer Milwaukee j Mandy to. Phyllis Root Glencoe wis. Kathryn Yvonne Gehan Sioux ii Julita Snell Lynxville wis. To compete in National contest classes will take part in mass program the senior High class of 1934 will de Pipit its three years of High school life in the senior Assembly which will be held june 12, in the senior High auditorium. This Assembly has become a senior High tradition. Each graduating class is expected to have a class program of some sort. The entertainment this year will be based upon the Remington Rand radio program a the March of the program will be in three acts a Ach act representing a school year. Thomas Graham is chairman of the committee in charge of the As a Embly. Other committee members Are Eleanor Appel Harriet Beyer Robert Brooks Merlin Duccini har Ald Birkness Ted Bloodhart Raymond Hartz Jean Holubar Dorothy Johnson Marion Loetscher James Ober Haviser Robert Painter Martin Reichman Deibert Remy William Kooney. Robert Schwind and Bernice link. A White Fence and the programs will picture a jockey with his horse. During the intermission of the dance for which bus Canfield and his ten piece orchestra will play. Ann Mccarthy and Jane Appleby will give specially dances. Ruth Jane Anderson has charge of the banquet committees which Are decorations Robert Grimme Jean Foley Billings Richards Lois Graf Marjorie Schobert Janies Fortmann and Eleanor Kohlman. Food Mary Schmidt Hedwig Rausch Grace Craft Isabel Frost Lorraine Sanner Mildred Krepfle Dorothy Goebelt Lois Bavly Alice Taylor and melt to Nank. Program Bernice link William Barron. Robert Straub and Ted Bloodhart. Dance committees Are proper ties Karl Rea veil David Humke Robert Mcvay William Neumeister and Norman Sloan. Decorations Ted Ellsworth Leila Al Brecht Milton Aronson. Helen Austin Ivan Feltes Duncan Glab Ethel Harris Myra Howe Wilma Jenne Lila Lacy Woodrow Radle David Spencer James Woods and Robert Stotz. Programs Fred Heles Walter Sehen Jeanne Hanley Janet of Brien and Marion Kintzinger. Orchestra and entertainment Arthur Salzmann Jane Appleby Laura Bower Harold Kreamer and Charles Wilkinson. John Graas Dexter French flautist and John Graas French Horn soloist will compete in the National contest at Des Moines thursday. Dexter French was one out of three flu lists who received Superior rating in the state contest at Iowa City. Dexter began his musical career in Junior High school when Dexter French he began to take lessons from Ferdinand Ditella band conductor. John Graas began to play the French Horn when he came to senior. In his first year of playing he won third in District contest. The next year he won third in the state this year John was the Only one in the French Horn event to win Superior rating. Amplifying system gift of 1934 grads an amplifying system will he prettier to the senior High school by the graduating Clas Sof 1934, according to an announcement made by the gift committee. The gift includes four loud speakers a microphone and an amplifier. There Are two portable speakers to be used at track meets and football games and two stationary ones for the auditorium. Blueprints of the baffles for the speakers Are being made by Robert Jenne 13b, and Melvin Matz 12a. When these plans Are finished the baffles will be made in the school shop by students. Money for the gift will be obtain cd from the senior class play a growing pains which will be presented june 15. Members of the committee Hope to have the gift in stalled in time for the senior Assem Bly on june 12. It will also be a the Echo out on june la Holubar editor in chief garbed in a red and Blue stiff cover and containing unusual Art designing. The Echo annual year Book j of senior High will be distributed during the week of june la. This years Echo staff is made up of Jean Holuber editor in chief Robert Hallberg student photographer Ted Bloodhart Art editor Dorothy Bock Arthur Bock Lorraine Yeldon Mary Schmidt and Shirley Mclaughlin. Ray Hartz business manager had charge of the business staff consisting of William Barron. Eleanor Appel Harriet Beyer Doris Davenport and Marian Loetscher. Miss Florence Magson is financial adviser and miss Mary Nelson editorial adviser. The Hook will contain 96 pages of photographs Art designing and explanation. There will be no advertising in this years Echo. Success of this years Book is looked Forward to by All concerned since 761 copies have been subscribed to 85 of which were business men and friends. Miss Magson stated that a few extra copies will be available since 775 copies Are being printed. Superintendent various recitals Are Given at Saint Clara the misses Andrea Mockler and Earl d. Cline they Boss 1934 grads 15 pupils Are admitted to Honor group a fifteen senior High school pupils i were voted membership in the National Honor society last week. This number includes six graduating seniors. Ray Hartz Louis Knockel Paul Mathis Hedwig Rausch Billings Richards and Ruth Zimmerman. Five members of the 12-b class Arthur Salzmann Dexter French. Jeanne Hanley Frederic Heles and Elliott Wheeler were elected. New members of the 11-a group Are Leila Albrecht Ethel Harris Richard Mckay and David Spencer. Membership in this society is based on scholarship leadership character and service. To be eligible for membership in the society the pupils must be in the upper third of their class scholastically and must measure up to school standards in service j leadership and character. Service is interpreted to be a ready willingness to cooperate with the teachers of the school to uphold the schools act invites and to be present j in helping with any voluntary service Quot which can be rendered. Leadership is even More definite in its requirements. It includes a certain degree of initiative in the 1 classroom. It May mean eager and Exempla tory participation in the support of school activities the successful holding of school offices committee chairmanships and other positions of responsibility. The student must also contribute ideas and the Type of leadership which is decidedly to the Benefit of civic life in the school. The third requirement character is defined As meeting All obligations to the school promptly and completely honesty cordiality sincerity reliability achievement and morality. Ruth Anderson Thomas Angelos Eleanor Appel Rosalyn Appel Janaan Arduser Burton Atkinson Robert Badger Alvena Baird Norma Bandy William Barron Donald Bauer Lois Bayly Howard Beau Joseph Becker Harriet Beyer june Bircher Harald Birkness Frederic Bloodhart Ernest Blosch Alo Bluecher Gertrude Blum Arthur Bock Dorothea Bock Allan Bohn Virginia Boland William Boughten Lyole Bowker Milton Boyes Melba Bradley Mary Brady Donald Brasher Marian Braun Robert Braun Ben Bredehop Regina Broderick Robert Brooks Helen Brown Paul Brown Phillip Brown Angeline Burkart Herbert Cadden Earl Calvert William Canfield Evelyn Carpenter Kathleen Carrigg Paul Cary Richard Cash Robert Cate Carlton Christman Mary Coffey Harold Collins Conon Conlon Loras Cox Grace Craft Velma Cushing Dorothy Dahl Melvin Datisman Doris Davenport Helen Debold Paul Dilworth Wilson Donner William dress Merlin Duccini Raymond Duehr Carroll Edson Henry Ehmke Milton Eichman Lewis Elliott Marian Elliott Lois Engel Miriam Erner George Erpelding Henry Estabrooks Francis Faati Frederick Kenline Clarence Falkenhainer William Kinsella Marion Farmer Russell Kirmse Donald Farquar Howard Klauer Martha Felz Charlotte Klein Alvera Fettkether we Illiam Kline Norman Fettkether Louis Knockel # William Fiedler Dolores Kohl Milton Field Eleanor Kohlmann Dolores Fleckenstein Howard Kopple Jean Foley Marion Kortmeyer 9 James Fortmann Dan Kramer Arlene Frentress Mildred Krepfle Joseph Frick Arthur Kress Margretha Fritch Ambrose Kueper Lois Frohs John Kulow Isabel Frost Robert Lange Faye Gavin Floyd Lauterborn Irma Gere Carl Leuthold Alton Germaine Melvin Lewin Mae Geske Bernice link theatrice Gibbs David Lippert Lavern Gibson Marian Loetscher George Gloeckner Kenneth Loney Dorothy Goebelt William Long Melvin Gottschalk Moleta Lucas John Graas Delphine Lutes Lois Graf Melvin Luttenberg Thomas Graham Peter Lynch Robert Grimme Joseph Macdonald Stanley Gruener Hettie Martin John Haley William Martin Robert Hallberg Paul Mathis Ivanelle Hamann Melvin Matz Helen Hamblin Bernice maus Leroy Hanson Stanley Mcclean Raymond Hart Olive Mcdermott Donald Haselow Robert Mcevoy William Haverland Reed Mcfarlane Helen head Dorothy Mcgann Myrl Healy Cecelia Mcgrath Margaret Healy Shirley Mclaughlin Ralph Hedrick Lois Metcalf Violet Heiman Joseph Meyer Earl Hendrick Jack Miller Henry Henkel Donald Moes Richard Henschel Leona Mohr Gertrude Herber Beatrice Morgan Leonard Heri Luella Muir Selma Herrmann Carol Mundhenke Evelyn Heuchelin Melita Nank Ruth Hibbard Edna Nelson Grace Hier Frederick Neyens Bernice Hill Dean Oakley Marvin Hindorff Joseph Oakley Marion Hintz James Oberhausen Hope Hinz Leroy Oiler Charles Hoffmann Frederick of Mara John Holmes Lillian Opheim Jean Holubar Fay Orcutt Louis Holz Aloysius Osterhoff Mildred Huekels Robert Painter Ruth Humke Vera papa Jane Hyde Viola Papin Henrietta Jacobs Bernice Pauly Leroy Jacobsen John Pollock Robert Jenni Frank Post Dorothy Johnson Suzanne preitauer Julius Jones Dorothy Pringle Mildred Kaehr Florence Puls Joseph Kaiser Margaret Purnhage Donald Kelly Peter Raab Hedwig Rausch Mary ready Marie Reader Lucille Reichwein Marion Remus Delbert Remy Frederick Rhomb re Billings Richards Eleanor Richter Martin Riechman Virginia Rittenhouse Helen Rogers Esther Rokusek William Rooney George Rowe Ned Ruff Vivian Russow Rolan Rutledge Lorraine Fanner Louise Scharff Eldon Schauer Ardath Scherr Marie Scherr Frederick Schilling Dorothy Schlung Lois Schmalz Mary Schmidt Edward Schnack Marjorie Schobert Irvin Schueller Mary Jane Schwieter ing Robert Schwind Robert Seippel Charles Sharp Marian Shetler june Slater Josephine Slick Eileen Sloan Clara Smith Eleanor Smith Idabelle Smith Nora Spearie Harker Spensley Robert Straub Winton Strum Pell Thomas Stuart Stanley Sutter Milton Tangeman Merlin Tanner Alice Taylor Mary Terris George Thalhamer Emily Thompson Leroy Tilp Harriet Toner Dorothy Traut Myron Turnmeyer Alfred Viz William Webster Marie Weis John Welu Allan Wendt Martha Jane Werner Kathryn White Eleanor Wilkinson Karl Williams Madeline wimber Lorraine Yelden Wilbur Ziegler Henry Zimmerman Ruth Zimmerman a growing pains to be staged by the seniors the graduating class of Dubuque trouble of another sort is caused by senior High w ill present As its class Elsie Patterson dangling and awk play Quot growing pains by aurania Ward portrayed by Marge Schobert. Rouverol on june 15. A growing Eleanor Kohlman will take the part pains is a comedy of adolescence. Of mrs. Patterson a Large aggressive Donald Moes As George Mcintyre woman with a determined jaw. And Alice Taylor who plays Terry members of the neighbourhood principal a a gang Are Brian Winton Strumpel dutch William Barron Patty Lois Engel Omar Carlton Christman Are in the painful process of growing up. A they together with the neighbourhood a kids a go through this pro Cess with Many happenings comical j Jamea Fortmann Hal Stanley and tragic by ?1fner a Anifa Ira Fettkether. Miriam. Ruth Anderson Vivian All their parents can do is to give Mildred Kaehr unneeded advice from a distance j 1 Lues a Muir we a be soph the i professor Mcintyre a typical absent-1 Cook. And Arthur a Rock g an off professor will be played but ious overbearing traffic cop. Alan Wendt. Dorthea Bock will As Alvs Edra water in run run Ltd Only 11-a�?Ts, 12-b�?Ts and 12-a�?Ts Are j sumo the part of mrs. Mcintyre a play i eligible for membership. Selection Motherly warm hearted person. Of members is made a faculty vote prudence Darling Petite Brown a very definite procedure being Fob. Eyed and self possessed who causes lowered. All the trouble will be Kay White. The emperor of Manchukuo owns two $20,000 armoured cars of american make. Senior High school band responsibility for activities of 1934 graduating class lies in the hands of Olive Mcdermott Presla. T Dent Arthur Book vice president Doris Scholl assisted by Jean Gorge Mary Schmitt Secretary and Marion were presented in a dramatic Art re yet Scheuf treasurer. R. W. Johnson Cital at Saint Clara Academy Sinsinawa wis., May 5. The misses Margaret Braunger and Victoria Dwyer assisted by Mary Ellen Betz were presented in a dramatic Art recital May 19. Melito Conlon Dubuque used for the commencement exer i Helen Gleason fort Dodge were else. Arthur Bock chairman Dorothy Johnson Marian Braun Dan Kram or and Philip Brown Are members of the committee. Last year the graduating class presented a Blue Border and tormentors for the school auditorium. Heard in a violin recital at Saint Clara May 12. Miss Conlon violin cellist assisting miss Gleason of the academic certificate class. I Point Brrow Alaska is the northernmost Post office operated by this country. Besides taking care of the duties of class president. Olive is a member of the National Honor society nature and Yawata clubs. Arthur has previously held another and i High that president of the National Honor society. Mary Schmitt is also a member of the National Honor society. She belongs to the Quill and scroll organization and is the associate editor and bookkeeper for the news. Marion Loetscher is a member of the Assembly banquet and finance committees of the senior class. Senior High Calendar june 6�?boat excursion. June 9�?Junior dance senior banquet. June 12�?senior Assembly. June 14�?awards Assembly. June 15�?class play. June 17�?union baccalaureate service. June 18�?final examinations. June 19�?final examinations june 20�?final examinations june 21�?commencement. June 22�?school dismissed. 80-piece band is entered state contest musicians go to Des Moines May 31, june 1-2 i Telia directs Dubuque senior High school a. Piece concert hand will enter another contest when it goes t is Moines to take part in the a Mal National High school band festival May 31, june i and 2. It earned the right to enter the contest by getting a Superior rating at the state contest held at Iowa City May 3, 4, and 5. Besides the band senior win be represented in the National s a a contest by Dexter French and it a Graas who play the hut a French Horn respectively. Pm French and Graas won Superior rating at Iowa City. Graas was rho Only French Horn player to Elt it this rating so he will he the on Iowa French Horn player or a a contest. The Entrance fee for the Bor a a $5 and for each of the player i. This fee goes to the National it band association. The bands it be housed in downtown hotels to nights without charge. The Cost to the individual will a u his meals. The two soloists m i play thursday and the Bac i Day. Three buses from a. will Supply the transportation. Last year senior entered Natl rial Competition for the first time when they went to Chicago. There they made a Good showing and re. Celled first place in group three. The numbers they will play at a Moines this year Are a ill Guarani which is the selected number a d a in by Goldmark the required number. Other Gas a hands from Iowa competing Are for Mason City West Waterloo and Lincoln High of Council Bluff Ferdinand i Telia director said a credit should be Given to the High school hand for its Good showing even though it has Only Media a he also stated that the Section Heads and librarian have done much to give the band Success. Section Heads Are Pooler French flute Art Bock clarinets Louis Knockel. Saxes bassoons and oboes Robert Brook cornets Arthur Bull basses William Grings Drums John Graas. French horns and Margaret Ernst librarian. Immaculate Conception graduation exercises to take place june i the most Rev. Francis j Beckman s.t.d., archbishop of Dubuque will preside at the Twenty seventh annual commencement exercises of the immaculate Conception Academy presenting dip Mas to the graduates of the High school and addressing the faculty Parer friends and relatives of the Clas of �?T34, thursday june 7,k at 2 it of clock. The graduation ceremonies will take place in the Academy Chapel where the graduates will assemble in Gray Caps and gowns. The altars will be decorated with red roses. Those who will receive diplomas of graduation june 7 Are As follow Rita Mary Berens Lorraine Boh Christine Boesch Helen Boleyn Lorraine Boleyn. Lucille Brown Helen Cox Virginia Fay Agatha Frommelt Rose Hein Mildred Herber Anna Keller. Rose Saenen Bernita Kunnen Alice Mccarthy Helen Mccauley. Hazel Mcdermott Ruth Meyer Marcella Mihm. Margie Nolan Kathryn Pfiffner Quinlan Ruth reinfried Adfle Schueller Mildred Schwartz. De Lores Spahn Lillian Steger Lillian Thill Helen thu Mildred Winner and Mary to Youngblood. High pupils will take to River june 6 among other june activities. Be Dubuque senior High school will present its annual boat exr is a june 6 from to a. In. To 6 3 1 p the Streckfus Steamer Capitol y la make the trip up River to . Wis. The boat excursion is an old or cherished custom of the do p senior High school. It has a in held annually for the past 13 years. The tradition was instituted by m a Harriet Greenhow. Former Dean of girls and vice principal of t Dubuque senior High school. Greenhow was chairman of to excursion up to the time she a it Gney i a year ago. Neil t. Lutes Ross w. Harris and Lester Becker teachers at the Buque senior High school i i the ticket committee. The Quot to a take Over the duties of the cd they have stated that Ticke t r chased before the tuesday p ing the excursion will be sold at a lower Price. The boat has a capacity of 2.200. In complying with this figure the officials will to f to count children in arms As. A the students of the senior and jul Nior High school will receive the tickets first. The remaining will be offered for Sale to the punic entertainment on the to consist of dancing with my prot it video by the boats orchestra. This will be the last social Gay he ring of the entire student h 1 the Dubuque senior High sch it or this semester. Fewer than 25 per cent of the automobile Drivers in the United state Aie women. A new electric lamp for Hig ways is being used extensively Germany. The bulbs contain vaporized sodium but no metallic Iii ment and it is claimed that a j though it uses very Little current i provides As much Light As a i w att bulb and is easy on the ? a

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