Federation of Catholic Alumnae 1914
i d . M K . They IK fit HMWflF FFDFRATION MEET Mrs. Jamcu J. 8heÂ»ran and M!HB ML.UWHWHC r K u c n i i i i u n Â»Â·Â·-Â·-Â· j COKM an of tho Emmltitburg Alum- John Charles., , .. . . . _., _.. . c . inn-, made IntvruMlliiK ix j markn. vlllv. clauftliternd lour Vlcltatlon Academy. Thli City, and SM ()n Sumjfiy a HM . ied conccrt m l which Joseph's, Emmitsburfl, Represented. f. ir ,. we n reception were given. The jouaclt An provloudy inontlono'l In Tlie opening address by Monsignor Luvelle p r Â« i N J \ l l . . n 'Â·'" N H W H . The O.'Kanlzatlon Convention of lire l u t e ' n a t i o n a l Federation of Citlbollc A l u m n a e VV.IH held l.it.t week ;tl Hotel M ' A J p i n . Now York ( i t y , under the ;m."]ii(oH of Archblxlrop/Iohn I'ralc). Tin 1 (Oineiitlon, b\ Imlta- tlo n of t b e New Yoiit Chapter of tic A l u m n a e Association of St JoMOjih'K , at E m m i t H b u r g , w.i'i ;i v e r y In,, ono Tho uxi'iil. Mn;. J. Slier ran, w h o Is alt-o the founder, pre dried. The opening Kc-islon was Â·'' briillanl reception to oillceia, dele} 1 .ties and f i i e n i N . Addresiit'H were inide by Archbishop Fraley of New Y. rk. Rev. M.iltln '. J. nmi. Brooklyn, .md Mori- Blgnor Ilernard Untrllcy, 1'iesidenr of Mt. S( .M;ir/n, KininitHbiUT I.eU"" n' i-rti-C'i.' v . ( i e voiiil by Hi''".'M 1 A ' r - r'.jrty " f l'.oo!(!:i. Xovtn.'n i' -8 n.irs u.i-' Miriv; at HI. Patrick'. C.ilJ.e- dral by Ai- hbishop Fraley. One o!" Ins :Â·!,.'st.'n'.i way MoiiHlgrur Brad- Icy. At tli" biislru'?s meeting an address Â·AIIH made by Bishop MeFatil of Trenton N. J. on "Tbe Honeflts of Fedora- lion." Mrs. Mary Wade Kalback, and tho farewell by Hev. John Uurkc. Mrs. Jl.i8Â»e)l and M1Â«H Elizabeth Wei! ty, of Ernmltabiirg Alumnau took liart In the concert. Delegates woia lireacnt from all sections of the United Klates and Canada. roprescntlnK about eight colleges. Th! Visitation Academy of tills city, was represented b.. .\lrÂ». E d w i n U. Hay and E. O'Reilly, both of Nrw York, and St. Joseph'** at EmniiUburg by MIsÂ« Clara I. C'oiran. Mlas Cogan was elected President. A loard of Governors was honen, one from each Ktate. and Mrs. Frank Scrivener, of Baltimore v.'as appointed for Maryland. Practical Joke on "Sleeper." t All sorU of disturbances occurred in the dormitories at the Y. M. C. ,. ,t ntelit, whm n number of the patrons pla.\ed a practical joke on an) Â· ' ) Â· r "sleeper." Dumb-bells, a l k y balls, ice coolers and like nous played an ^important part in bombardment of'one of the rooms, t h i s iie\v kind of physical work association was thoroughly enjoyed by all, with but u single exception.