Mary Mulholland Graduates from St. Rose Academy
ST. ROSE ACADEMY COMMENCEMENT Splendid Programme Arranged For Event, Which Will be Held This and Tomorrow Evenings. One of the events in the educational life of this city is the annual com - , mencement exercises of St. Rose academy, academy, which holds its thirtieth annual commencement with appropriate exercises exercises this and tomorrow evenings in St. Rose hall. The appended programme Indicates the interesting features arranged arranged for the parents of the children and the friends of his wellknown institution institution of learning': The graduating class is composed of Thomas Joseph Muldoon, Josephine Adelald Casey, Mary Frances Clarke, Mary Clare Devlne, Anna Benedict Hendrlck, Theresa Magdalene McHale, Mary Agnes Mulholland and Mary Loretta Smith. The class honors were awarded to Mary Devine, Mary Mulholland Mulholland and Loretta Smith. The class has for its motto: "Unless God be with us all our toil is vain," and has selected selected for its emblem the daisy. The commencement commencement programme in full is as follows: Selection, orchestra Violins, Misses P. Clarke, L. Devine, A. Smith, M. Boland, A. Dever; Masters H. Walker, Walker, W. Healey, A. Boylan, J. Burk; mandolins, Misses L. Smith, M. Carroll; Carroll; cornets, Miss E. Walker, Masters Masters R., Powderly, L. Hickey; piano, Miss Mary Devine. Salutatory Miss Mary Mulholland. Bonnie Boys in Blue, Minims Piano, Piano, Miss M. Killecn. Flower Girls, Minims Piano, Miss C. Coogan. Violin soijo Miss Prances Clarke. Piano, Miss Mary Devine. The Bell in the Forest, an operetta by junior boys, with the following cast of characters: Prince Percival, prince regent of the Province, Joseph Ryan; attendans of the Prince. Willie Mur ray and Joseph Moylan; Count Leopold, Count Ruprecht, companions of the Prince, Joseph Burke and James Finn Karl Krag, a poacher and notorious character, Harold Walker; Alexis Forster, the game - keeper's son, Willie Melsell; Old Screech, the town crier, Joseph Boylan; Bluster, a police com missioner, Leo Hickey; Frank Staub, a wandered. John Califf; Sritchem, Chopem, Waxem, Kneadem, village tradesmen, Emmet Kennedy, John Has sett, Raymond Powderly and Joseph Toolan; villagers and huntsmen, junior boys; piano, Miss Loretta Smith. Lily drill, junior girls; piano. Miss M. Carroll. Come Where the Blue Bells Ring, girls; piano, Miss M. Murrin. Joan of Arc, tableau d'art by senior girls. Scene first. Tableau The message message of the voices to Joan, Joan obtaining obtaining her mother's consent, the anger of parents and brothers, Joan obtains the governor's consent and is conducted conducted to Chinon. Scene second The French court at Chinon. Scene third Joan and father. Scene fourth Joan before the judges. Following is the cast of characters: Prologue, Miss Theresa McHale; Tribute Tribute to Joan, Miss Josephine Casey; Joan of Arc, Miss Mary Devine; Charles VII, Master Thomas Muldoon; Punois, Master Frank Moran; Thibaut (Joan's father) Master Harry Dug - gan; Yolande, Miss Anna Hendrick; Mary of Anjou, Miss Frances Clarke; Leader of Voices, Miss Loretta Smith; Readers, Misses F. Clarke. M. Mulholland, Mulholland, A. Hendrick, J. Casey; Judges, Makers T. Muldoon, H. Duggan, F. Moran; voices, villagers, guards, etc., pupils of senior department. Presentation of diplomas to class of 1906 and address by Rt. Rev. Mon - signor T. F. Coffey. Valedictory, Miss Loretto Smith. Farewell, class song, class of 1906.