San Francisco Call, June 16, 1910
BIG HIGH SCHOOL
Diplomas Given to Fifty-four at Commencement Exercises. in Stockton
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, [California] June 16 Fifty-four graduates of the Stockton high school received their diplomas tonight. The graduating class was one of the largest In the school's history. The commencement exercises were held at 8 o'clock in the high school auditorium, the diplomas having been presented by President Turner of the board of education. The address of the evening was delivered by Judge Albert Burnett. Music was rendered by the high school orchestra and at the conclusion of the exercises the students held an informal reception.
The following are the class officers and committees that had charge of the various functions this week: President, Stephen N. Blewett; vice president, Helen P. Atherton; secretary, Orrin. L. Gravem; treasurer, Roland B. Doan; sergeant at arms, Walter James Hadden; committee on program — Orrin L. Gravem, Alma Clapp Locke, Marguerite P. Salini and Henry Chipman Dodge; committee on play — Georgia Strohmeier, Roland E. Doan, Helen F. Atherton and Sollie Sinai; committee on class plate, George Edward Davis and Celeste Langdon Young; committee on printing — Evelyn Bonsall Hornage, Mary Kimball Smith and Melvin Charles Mayne.
Helen F. Atherton (same as yearbook listing; middle
initial differs from class office above)
Rachael A. Libby (listed as Rachel in yearbook)
Transcribed by Vernon A. Dander. firstname.lastname@example.org
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