Marin County Genealogy

SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL
Graduates
December 1933
Transcribed by: Julia Christy


Source: San Rafael Independent, Thursday, 21 December 1933, front page:.

High Schools in Graduation Rites Tonight

Graduation exercises of both the San Rafael High School and Tamalpais High School will be held tonight. . . . Oliver Hartzell, San Rafael city superintendent of schools, states that 25 boys and 21 girls are being graduated from the San Rafael High School tonight.  This is the largest December graduating class in the history of the school. . . . . . As a parting gift to the student body the graduates will donate nine dollars toward the fund for the football bench. . . . . August Smith, student body president, and Jack Storrs, class president, will make farewell addresses.  Antoinette Bettega, honor graduate, will recite the poem "If".   List of graduates not given in this newspaper.



Source: Red 'N White  (school newspaper of San Rafael High School), Vol. XIII, No. 13   December 19, 1933, front page and page 2.

46 Will Receive Diplomas Next Thursday Night

[Names alphabetized by transcriber, from the caption of photographs and other articles regarding senior class]

Leo Albertoni
August Arbini
Dorothy Arp
Jack Barnes
Leroy Beeman
Lester Belger
Antoinette Bettega
Emil Bettega
Julius Bonfiglio
Marion or Marian Brazil
Dante Brusatori, vice-president
Winton Christofferson
Louise Dallara
John Egesti
Bessie Falk
Helen Gable
Ed Griffin, representative to Executive Council
Lucia Guise
Jack Henderson
Doris Houck
George Kaufman
Frank Keaton (no photo)
Ruth Lagomarsino
Emil Lockenour
Eleanor Martinelli
Joe MacFarland
Marie McMullin
Evelyn McNulty
Louise Mellen
Robert Morgan
Gertrude Ord
Matias Palacio Jr.
August Pilacelli [or Pillacelli]
Marion Rendle
Helen Schorch
Homer Scott
August Smith
James Smith
Jack Storrs, president
Mary Evelyn Tanforan
Paul Thayer
Dorothy Thomas
Lilian Thorn
Alice Vignau
Henrietta Von Husen
Jerome Worswick


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