TOMALES HIGH SCHOOL
Source: Marin Journal, Thursday, Thursday, June 22, 1922, page 5.
Transcribed by: Cathy Gowdy
A class of seventeen pupils received diplomas of graduation last Friday night in exercises held before a large audience at the Tomales Joint Union High School.
The first number on the program was a musical selection by members of the senior and music classes. An address on “Law and Order,” by Miss Wilma L. Roe, a vocal solo, by W. Edwin Mitchell, an address on “Importance of athletics in the high school” by William E. Bragga, and an address on “Importance of higher education for women,” by Miss Mabel L. Hopkins, comprised the program preceding the principal address of the evening by George Jensen, Principal of the Eureka High School. The diplomas were then awarded to the following graduates:
Helen Barnes, William Bragga, Irma Carvey, Alice Cunningham,
Ruth Gallagher, Lois Guldager, Chester Grippi, Wilma Hatton,
Marie Herbert, Mabel Hopkins, Elmer Martinelli, Annie McCammon,
William Mitchell, Claire Resendes, Wilma Roe, Emalyn Stephens
and Carl Witham.
Music was furnished during the evening by the high school orchestra,
under the leadership of Professor Capelli.