1875 June 12 LVC COmmencement
j in College Campus. Lkbanon - Valley Colleob. The Commencement exercises of this Col lege, located at Annville, Lebanon county, took place during this week, and was largely attended by persons from different parts of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia, being under the patronage and control of the East Pennsylvania, East German, Pennsyl vania and Virginia Annual Conference of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ. The examinations showed thorough drilling on the part of the faculty, and close application on tne part or tne stu dents. The Baccalaureate sermon was preached on last Sunday morning by the Rev. D. S. Chapman, A. M., of Dayton. Ohio. On Monday the board of trustees held their annual meetinsr. the President of the board, Bishop Ed wards, of Baltimore, Md., being present. The oration before the jjiterary eo - cieties on Wednesday evening, by Rev. Dr. T. H. Robinson, of Harrisburg, on the subject. "Society." was a rich treat to the large audience that crowded the spacious College chapel to . hear it. Everybody was pleased. The com mencement exercises nroner took place on Thursday morning, and was highly creditable to all the participants. The following degrees were conferred. viz: Bachelor of Arts on Samuel H. Clair, or Mt. Joy, Pa.: Mistress of Arts on Miss Sarah E. Collier, of Halifax. Pa. Master of Arts on Ezra H. Ginerich, of rniiaueipma; jev. John kL. Jj'lsher, ot intercourse, "a., and Key. John Wesley Etter, of Mt. Joy, Pa. the two latter having just completed a theological course at Drew Theological Seminary and the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Divinity on the Rev. W. S. H. Keys, of enamoain, "a. j - iucien Hammond. A. M.. was con tinued as President of the Faculty. Professor of Mental and Moral Science, retired, and Henry B. Stehman. A. J., an alumni of the class of '73. and who has just returned from Europe, where he has been pursuing post graduate studies in tne universities of uermany. was elected to nil tne vacancy. All the exercises were largely attend ed, and much interest manifested in the interests of the college. R.