Olivia Lanata 30 jun 80
, . . ACADEMY OF HOLY ANGELS. A large number of the parents and friends of the pupils of the Academy of the Holy Angels assembled t the handsome schoolroom schoolroom yesterday morning to witness the distribution distribution of prizes among the young ladloa and the annual exercises of the achooL Misses F. Far jo, O. Lanata and A. Matha - ran and Prof . Btutzer played the overture. An Interesting salutatory was read by Miss P. Masearl. Miss 8. Anderson read a 00m position on the " Memories of Childhood." M'lle M. Curien read an essay on "La Mission Mission dnne Goutte de resee." Misses A. Lanata, Lanata, N. Duffy and V. Wlltz . played a Valse." In a dialogue, entitled " Personification. MissesF. Fatjo, 8. Noon an, C. Allen. V. Wlltz, A. Matharan, O. Lanata, 8. Anderson, E. Kreuta, A. Maumus, C. Budge, 8. McCoy and A. Boub rat participated. Mdlies - A. Maumus Maumus and O. Lanata rendered a vocal duet, " Lea Meunieres." A very Interesting dialogue, dialogue, w L' Alphabet, was spoken by Misses K. Soubrat, M. Curien, K. Kreutz, O. Lana - - ta, A. Howe, A. Maumns, V. Wlltz and M. Lanauze. - . .. Several choruses were creditably sung by the school, aliases. M. Curren and O. Lanata, Lanata, presented a comic duett, the M Two Schoolmates." Miss . Soubrat read a well written composition on " Knowledge is the best riches.' There were several other exercises, exercises, all of which were creditably given. The following young ladies then receive! crowns of honor for proficiency and correct deportment: Misses Eugenie Soubrat. Pe - trina Mascaral, Valence Wlltz and Anna Manmns. Misses Olivia Lanata and Adelaide Matharan Matharan received the first premium In instrumental instrumental music ; Miss Frances Fatjo and Mies Adelaide Matharan received the first pre. ml urn in artificial flower making, their work being so true to nature in the minutest details details of appearance as to be un distinguishable distinguishable from the original. Very Rev. Father Raymond. Rer. Father TTsannaz, 8. J., Rev. Father Cbapins, Father Uesslin and Father Foote were present and officiated during the ceremonies. There were no graduates this year. The Sisters Marianites of the Holy Cross are an earnest set of workers, but their effort s have not met with the success expected this session. session. When the school reopens, however, the desired Increase of pupils is anticipated. The Sisters received an addition to their number last Sunday, in the person - of Miss Bertha Plassan, who took the white veil at the hands f Vicar General Raymond.