Sarah M Munson, Nursing School?
TRAINING SCHOOL O HAD V ATE S. TWESTI-FOCB NEW NCRSES FROM THE CITT'jj SCHOOL, ' The tenth annual Commencement of the training school for nurses of the Charity and. Maternity Hospitals. at;BlackwelI's Island, took place yesterday afternoon in the chapel of the Charity Hospital. In It were seated 37 members of the Senior and Junior Classes, dressed In Swiss caps, striped dresses, and white aprons, and the 24 members of tbe graduating class; attired In black dresses, white kid gloves, and Swiss caps, who marched in just before tbe beginning of the exercises. President Porter, of the Board of Charities and Correction, made a short opening address and waa followed by the Chairman of tbe Board of Manager of I the training school. The Rev. D. Parser Morgan, the Rev. Thomas J. Ducey, of St. Leo's Ljhurch, and Commissioner Simmons also spoke. : Dr. Henry Qoldthwalte presented diplomas to the following young ladies: Mary J. McClelland, Clara A. Lay, Sarah :M. Munson, Anna M. Sut- Sben, Julia H. Carmichael, Mary A. Townsley. arriet L. McCord, Jessie W. Braytou, Margaret MoKenzie. Mary Egllngton, Madeline Bruckner. Etta O. Tut hi 11. Adelaide L. Uilmore, Vina Z. Foote, Mary E. Wright, Evangeline XrNeill, Anna R. Keyea, Sellna Moesle, Maretta L. IIo well, Alice M. Blackadder, Minnie Pratt, Ella V. Burr. Ella McLough.in, and Harriet A. Meuer. After the presentation Commissioner Brennan In a brief speech commended tbe graduates for the remarkable protlclendy which all bad attained in their calling, and presented each with a nurse's pocket esse Of instruments Indispensable to ber calling.