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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1915)
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MOI T ST. MHI'jl,
Iowa Acadin'a First War Rrachra
a Snrreasfal Hoar.
Tils urn lor i of Mount St. Mary High
school, Cherokee, la., nave their class
play In the hall of the Immaculate t'on
I'eption church. The hall was tastefully
decorated and the participants acquitted
The play was "Dolores." The forest
scene. In which poor Dolores Is seen wan
dering In the dark, atormy night, !
the piece de resistance of the play. The
cast wi aa follows:
Mrs. Norton, a wealthy widow
Au-i'ista Norton Olestlne llo-tan,
f'aiillne Norton Lillian Ixickver
Nellie Claghorn, Mrs. Norton a niece..
(trace ("In g horn Anna Doherty
laabel Claghorn Miule Dunn
Constance, ha by niece
Mrs. Woi thiimton. a benevolent widow
Kanchettc, a nurse Kmlly Hlockinir
Aunt lletsy, a colored nurse...
Mnnfftrpt 1 tfinou ski
Tom I'lncher. a uolii ennui . ..lainm lloitun
In Sutton owlna to the death
The prospectus for li'ir. Iti will not he
published for a few weeks owltiK to the
Insertion of an extra course In agricul
ture, the extent of which has not yet
ST. IIMMI, (OLIXRK.
Sally Ann Tompkins.
Miss Tern (ile
The program Included also a duet by
Anna Doherty and Florence Jenkins, a
piano solo by A-tnes HurnWht and n duct
by Phllomena Crenncn and Ruth Calev.
At the' sraduutlnp exercises Itev. Father
Desmond gave diplomas to these twelfth
trade graduates: Misses Mnry Doherty,
Mary Donahue, (.'destine llogan, Mlllan
l.ockyer and Kmlly Stocking. The Very
Hev. Father Raphael Hreheny, T. O. K..
of Trinity college, Sioux City, addressed
the graduates eloquently.
The young women of the academy gave
the play, "St. Phllomena, Virgin and
The reality of the acting and the er-
feet manner in which nil sustained the I
several characters were greatly admired.
The play was repented by special re
quest on June 11,
The cast of characters was ns fol
lows: Anlma Men Marie O'Malley
Time Kathleen de Vrles
St. Phllomena ICsther Sweeney
Aglae, St. l'hilontena's mother
Prince Lucius. St. Phllomena'a father
Cathra Agnes (iihbons
Innocentia Kate Hums
Nltociis Kdith Shannon
Martiub I.oretta McCnrty
Our Iaily of Dolours Marjorle Hnailte
Sacred pantomime, "lead Kindly
Light." Misses Marie O Mai ley, Marjorle
Haadte. Ceneva Hums. Kathleen de
Vries and Marie Sweeney.
Mount St. Mary's first year Is gratify
ing to the faculty and Its good work has
produced a favorable impression thiough
nt the Sioux City diocese.
The sisters- summer school will open
June HI and continue in session tor six
weeks. Learned, professors are expected
to address the sisters !n addition to th
regular instructors engaged for the pur
OMAHA noVS WIX MKDAIS,
(rndantlnn Tod), Opening; .
tlnwnl Asa---la(ln Tomorrow.
The twentieth annual commencement
of St. Francis' academy, Columbus. Neb.,
will be held this evening at 8 o'clock In
the academy auditorium. There will be
three graduates of the high s hool,
Misses Mary C Ahts, Anne Men and
Hose Hoehrlch: .wo of the commercial
course. Misses Helen (Irimm and Irene
Comer, and two of the music depart
ment. Misses Marjorle lee and Anna
The following program will be rendered:
(irand opening march, orchestra.
class song: piano. Miss Anna M. Kolts.
"Art Its Alms and Its Influence," Miss
Mnrv (). Abts.
"Life Kndeavorers." Miss Irene L.
"La Campanella " Ktude 111. I'nKsnint.
(Iran (I KUulcg (Llsr.tl; piano, Mists Mar
jorle A. l,ee.
A Nation a
"Music Its Power und Influence." Miss
Msr.lorte A. Lee.
Valedictory, "KeallUHtloii." Miss Anne
Miss Helen M (irlnim.
Pillars." Miss Hose H.
"Wll.le Jadg" (Wild Hunt), Ktude VIH,
d' Kxecutione Transceinlante tl.lsir.tt;
piano. Miss Anna M. Foils
Address and bestowal of k-radunting
honors. Very Hev. C. Stemp'l. pastor.
Urand finale, orchestra.
Formal opening of St. Francis' Alumni
nssnclatlon 111 occur tomorrow. Busi
ness transactions will take place In the
forenoon. A reception and banuuet will
he given to the members In the evening
:t o'clock at the academy dining hall,
after which the social entertainment will
t;ike place in the auditorium.
New llenil Master.
Waldorf L. liMn-mle. formerly of Racine
college. Kai Ine, Wis., and a graduate of
that Institution, tins accepted the position
if head master of St. John's Military
school, Sallna, Kan.
Kansas Institution Iriherea t Urn
nn Which It Was tVawnoVtl.
St. John s Military school of Kalbi i.
Kan. whs founded In lv7 through efforts
of Klshop Thomas and citisens of Snllna
'So successful has Its svstem been that
; the Institution wss awarded the prlxe tor
the best drilled compsnv at the St. Louis
Major (linssle wss gtaduatcd fr.'iri the
classical course at I tint Ine college In Wis- i
' consln ami later received his degree from I
the I'nlverslty of Minnesota. '
The school gmnnds comprise wventy
.acres, pail of which Is wooded, and 'a 1
I known aa Thomas park, after the
j founder. The climate Is healthful soil
I the surroundings furnish an Ideal environ- 1
j ment for a hoys' educational institution I
PACIFIC UNITARIAN SCHOOL ltmaoSZnT'
Trains students In the atmosphere of liberal and undogmatli- religion for efficient
service In the Ministry, offers nearlv inn course In s different departments of
atiioy Additional opportunities st the i'nlverslty tf California. Next term be-
ilns August l For further Information anil Register, address the President,
arl at. Wlltanr, O. D.
OOOKTg SCHOOL. rounded In 18S0.
A country setiool for voting laMles
Near Philadelphia and New York. Jay
Cooke estHte. tiTi hcich.
Miss Al.by A. Sutherland. Principal.
Montgomery ( o. I'eiina.
Mlilwlutei loioe, SI. Augustine.
I ioii.ia. An ouiooor, tutorial
Sihod fr boys. Kvery boy on a
team. Address, Chas. Caiex. Rg-
tMtrar. Prairie lu ( lilen. Is
In the unlet, healthy
country home of a
Yale graduate i.f sev
eral years' successful experience. Lim
ited to four boys who have serious
work to do. It may be the a few
months with me would enable vour boy
to go on more successfully in a regular
school Brooklyn. Connecticut, J. H.
Spalding, Greeley Co.. Neb.
Conducted by Fathers of Third Order, Regular
of St. Francis.
Where Your Boy Gets a Thorough and
Up-to-date Methods. Modern Conveniences. Healthful
Location on the beautiful Cedar River.
Courses: Elementary, Classical, Commercial, Agriculture.
Send for Catalog.
t IIKIK, NKll.
Full College Ciuirnes. Thirty Points for Admission. Teacher'
Courses. Pre ICnultiPcrltn. Pr-Mtdlrl. A dormitory for
the women. A School of Music.
(IIfk O-m-h-i Sept. H, 10I.Y St-ntl for sdalofC.
Sltaldlng. t ollene Urailuatlon Marked
by Impressive Ceremonies.
A number of Omaha and South Omaha
hoys were among those who were
awarded gohl medals for excellence at)
the graduation exercises of Spalding col
lege, Spalding, Neh. The medal winners
were as follows together with the names
of the donors of the medals:
Academic DepHitment Waller A. Sul
livan, Heartwell, Neh., Knights of t'olum
bus. Greeley; Leo A. Hughes, Sutton.
Neh.. T. P. Redmond. Omaha; Kdward
J. Kelly. South Omaha, Neb., Rev. J.
Hayes. O'Connor: James F. Parks. South
Omaha, Rev. M. I,. RhIIou, Omaha: Nor- I
bert J. Hnnopel, Spalding, Neb., Hev. H. I
li.ilvln. Spalding: Alex J. Jankowskl. I
Ashton. Neb., Hugh K. Brogan. Keystone.
Commercial Department (ieorge F. Me- j
Hermit t, Columbus, Neb., Trinity colleen, i
sioux ity; Antnnny J . Dixon, Ainion.
Neh.. Hev. J. Crow lev. Albion: Patrl-k
I. Powers, Chadron. Neh., Denis Kaus,
New York; James J. Parks. South Omaha,
Ndi.. Robert J. irant. Chicago.
Intermediate Thomas J. Murphy, Ppald
ing, Neh., J. J. Kerry. Lowell. Mass..
Athletics Charles Roger. Om-ilia, Neb.,
Spalding College Athletic association.
Those receiving diploma were in the
academic depart ment: Walter A. Sul
livan, l.eo A. Hughes. James A. Ounn,
Hernarrl, K. Walsh, Joseph K. Keily,
t'ecll J. O'Keefe Ki nncli Ii. Dunning and
t'hnilea II. Honers. In the commercial de
partment: Walter J. Ryan. Cleorae F.
Mcl'ermott, A'lthonv J. Dixon. Michael
T. Costello, l'red A. McDermott. Denis
.1. Satterlee, Kdward J. Currie, John 11.
Sullv, Kdward J. Ijwry and John J.
I ll I in.
Hon. T. V. Ijtnigan of Greeley ad
dresaej the graduates. Not wlttistHndiiig
that he had received but twenty-four
hours' notification, Mr. I.nlgan delivered
an able address. Ha outlined clearly and
forcibly Just what things were to be ex
lectcd from those graduating when thev
come face-to-face with the world.
A banquet was tendered the graduates
and tnelr ft lends In the college hall after
the excr' ise-. Among the out-of-town I
guests were Rev. M. Rallou. Mrs. A. V. j
Rogers. Mrs. Ijiv. all of Omaha; An-i
Hoardiug and Pay School for Girls and Young Women. Certifi
cate admits to Smith. Vassar, Wellealey and other colleges. Prepar
ation for Bryn Mmvr and Radrllffe. AIVAX('KU 1'USKS KOU
IIMili SCHOOL (K AHI ATKH. Household Arts. Music (lymuasluni.
JI NKIK HAV S( H(M)L FO 1.1TTLK (1IMLH
For Catalogup. address the Principal, MISS Kl PHK.MIA Jt)H.St..
ST. FRANLIS ACADEMY, Columbus, Neb.
A School for ('Ills, ( tindiit trd by the Ulsters of St.
I'rancU nf PrrHiisl Adoration
PARENTS AND GUARDIANS ARE OFFERED AN EX
of aprurlnp. for ihelr children a practical Christian education at terma
so low as 1o he avnllahle to almost any family. Hoyo under 11 yeart
Complete rottrses In Academic. Commercial' and EIrraenta.rT.De
partmenu. Music. Physical mittir, Claas Drawlntr., Palntlflir, in Oil
and Water and China. tCloctitiiin and all kinds of useful and ornamen
tal reedlt'W ork.
The Academy Is accredited lo the Slate rnlveralty.
Write for full particulars. Address SISTER M. AGNRLLA, 8uper1orei-.
OF SIOUX CITY, IOWA
Conducted by the Fathers of the Third Order Regu
lar of Saint Francis. For Boarders and Day Students.
Healthfully located two miles beyond the city proper.
New buildings with modern conveniences, up-to-date
methods. Training, Moral, Mental and Physical. Courses:
Commercial, Academic, Collegiate.
School Reopens SEPTEMBER EIGHT
Writ For Catalogue
Whitton-Carlisle School for Girls
Primary Intermediate High School.
lloanling department limited. Nj it-rial department
for girls from (J to 1'J. Small onousli to be a "Heal
Home," ami large fnough to be a "Heal School."
For catalogue, iwltlress.
WHITTON-CARLISLE SCHOOL, SEC A.,
ilrew Sullivan of Oneva, P. Uunn and
-Mrs. Mit'loskey of New Castle, Mr. and
Mrs. McDermott of Columbus. Mr. anil
Mrs. Dixon of Albion. Mr. and Mrs.
Costello of Hrayton. Up v. J. Mi Hon, Hon.
T. W. l.anlnan. John McDrnnltt. Misses
tiertrude an! Kdtth frssuu. all of Greeley;
Prank A. llrannlck and son, Ijm. of
Walter Ryan acted as toastmaater. Rev.
M. Ballou, T. W. Lanlgan. F. Brannlck,
T. Rkhllng, and each of the graduate
ie-ionled to toasts.
KeV. I A. Dunphy, who was scheduled
to address the graduates, was detained
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SAIHT CATKIERINE AGADEUV
Conducted by tha Sisters of the Order of St. Dominic. Boardlns; school
for uirls. Accredited to the Htate I'nlverslty. Normal training- course for
teacliers. Exieptional advantages in Music. KeKlatratlon Se(4ember 6tli.
Claases resumed September 7th, For particulars address:
THE DIRECTRESS, SAINT CATHERINE ACADEMY,
Professional Training for Women
CHICAGO KINDERGARTEN INSTITUTE
Xlnrrrta ) firrat Oppurtunitir
Elsjusatar . . .
Bums atakla-r tnr Advanrpmeiit.
For Illustrated catalog, addreaa
Bos a, M Soett Btrsat. Oaicafe, 111.
College of Liberal Arts
Conservatory of Music
School of Expression
School of Art
For information and free
NEBRASKA WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
University Place, Lincoln, Nebraska.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH and SCHOOL
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Beautiful auhurhan and Improved acreage property from two to twenty
acres or more nt very reuaonatile prices ami goml terms, close to the only
emluwei) free piircahlul school In the state. New brtok church, free of dabt.
Hplendld proposition for t'athollca ho want to Itnprov their condition.
Fur piirtlcnlara write to The I'astur. St. Josanh'a I'hun'h, Ho. Auburn, Neb.
bt. iouarm n nuaouu
Mil. X.UBX.X.A at WII-BOH. Principal,
4313 Xirsael Blvd., Chicago,
4 Sisiog on rpquesi. ran irrni wtitru
September SI. Telephone 30i4 Kenwood, j
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Adams
Annual Summer C1m
for llano Tesn'hcpsj for
thf Htudv of TtsarliluK
Material M ill Be Held Ui
Montreat, N. C, June 17-30
LINCOLN, Neb., July 15-28
Chicago, 111., August 5-18.
Write for booklet, containing- out
line and strong letters from teach
ers who have, taken the course.
HOX .1, MOXTKKAT.
vti Tm Jft&s .
A strong, growing, Q'ass A,
Christian College, over
100 increase in
ment the past two years.
Academy of high rank.
Teacher T r t I I I d I
Public SiUool Music. Violin, etc.
' rone, I lasiiriy-, NV. Oi'pt.
Strong ConMrvatory of Music
with equipment among tb best
in the West.
Clean, Wboliome Athletics.
lxyal Student Hody.
Ideal College Life.
Expenaet very moderate.
Dormltorlea for bofh men and
Htli. For rata Itt-K and Bullf-tin addnVs I'rcsideiit R. Ii.
One of NVhraita's aciTt'tliteil sclitmls.
N'olliing ofi'rntl t'Xt!t'it what can Ik- taught efficientlv,
1 1 i-ci t o, .Xornuil, Acudpihy, Coininercial, Music, Ex
pntisiou, Art, Ajrriculturt, D.oinosti Sfiorice.
. Every teacher a specialist in his department.
Every department growing.
has doubled within a year.
SATISFIED STUDENTS Our Best Advertisement
Fall Term Opens Sept. 14, 1915
Write tor catalog.
TO W HOM. THIS CONCERNS:
York College will refund the tuition and the railroad far of any
student who enrolls In any department of the college and attends
'faithfully to the work of the department for a period of 90 days,
and is for any cause dissatisfied with the courses offered or the
Instruction received. . , ,
M. O. McLAl'GUUN. Piealueut, YorkXollegt).
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