TAMALPAIS HIGH SCHOOL
Graduates of 1931
Mill Valley, Marin County, California
Transcribed by: Cathy Gowdy
One hundred and three graduates will receive diplomas tonight when exercises are held at the Tamalpais High School. Dr. Monroe Duetsch, vice-president of the University of California, will be the speaker of the evening. He will discuss, “What Education Signifies.”
Student speakers will include Donald Kelley, valedictorian of his class, James Barricklo, student body president, and Robert Hackney, senior class president. Diplomas will be awarded by E. E. Mead, president of of the board of trustees, and E. E. Wood, principal of Tamalpais, will award honors to successful students. The program will also include a group of readings by Floy-Margaret Hughes, member of the class of ’31, and numbers by the school glee clubs and t he orchestra.
Diplomas will be presented to the following: Ellis Charles Anderson, Roland Applegate, Marian Arata, Carter Wood Ashley, Josephine Avis, George Christopher Ashoff, Elizabeth Louise Barricklo, James Reune Barricklo, Iolanda Barsuglia, Olive Middleton Beckett, Ruth Christine Behrens, Joel P. Bowman, Eunice Ruth Bradley, John Campagna Jr., Roy Everett Canham, Mariano C. Catolico, Isabel Westwood Collins, Nelda Martin Connally, Josephine Charlotte Conow, Godfrey Constable, Helene Marie Cordua, Vera Irene Croker, Miriam Grace Cunningham, Ethel Belle Davidson, Theron Korupkat Davis, Lucy Dawson, Alma Helen de Tomasi, George William D. Donaldson, Frances Roberta Donovan, P. Eldon Downey, Patricia Jane Eckert, Ednamae Cecile Fleming, John Howard Gilman, Kathleen Gloster, Wytze Gorter, Robert J. Hackney, Donald Raymond Harper, Patricia Hemingway, Dorothy Dean Hendrix, Barbara Elizabeth Holden, Wesley A. Honeyman, Volney e. Howard Jr., Floy Margaret Hughes, Richard C. Huntoon, Ruth Florence Jacks, John Lawrence Kane, Haruko J. Kanki, John T. Keith, Donald Greame Kelley, Edmund William Kilroy, Donald e. Kokjer, Alvin Henry Kuster, Richard William Lane, Wilbert Stuart Larkin, Dorothy Elizabeth Leach, Edwin H. Learned, Marie Antoinette Lee, Constance Lewald, Eleanor Thomas Loudon, Sheila Marshall, Samuel H. McDermott, Marguerite McKissick, Grace Ella Mead, Alice Elizabeth Mercer, Cyril Blaine Mills, Vernie Edith Momsen, Masaye Mori, Ruth Marie Morris, Grace Isabelle Moulton, Bessie Virginia Orr, Harold Charles Osborne, Margery Louise Osbourne, Marion Ethel Paganini, Melvin Joseph Pagano, Josephine Alberta Pease, Evelyn E. Pepper, Carol I. Porterfield, Margaret Ernestine Prather, Ethel Janet Rader, Lorraine Marne Roux, Elsie E. Schuler, Enid Peltzer Smith, Marion Crocker Smith, Lotte V. Sporleder, Virginia Mercedes Spring, Earl Edward Stephens, Sidney Anne Stephens, Victor Emanuel Stoltz, Edward F. Stutz, Leonard Samuel Thomson, William Travis Jr., Adamae Tuckey, William Wahl, Ruth Walsh, Eugene Norman Webster, Esther Estell Weeks, Carl Earl Weir, Bethea Weir Wilson, Elizabeth Helen Winner, Florence Genevieve Yates, Helen Dominga Young, Carl E. Zander, Esther Mae Zappa, Dorothy Lillian Zeiss.
Source: Marin Journal, Thursday, June 11, 1931, page 4