Graduation of Pauline Matusz from St. Michaels

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Graduation of Pauline Matusz from St. Michaels
 - ST. MICHAEL'S GRADUATES 20 graduating class,...
ST. MICHAEL'S GRADUATES 20 graduating class, which received diplomas tho Pictured above is St. Michael's High School's 1940 37th commencement exercises last evening. Depicted are: Front row (I. to r.) Rev. Fr. John Cronin, Lucretla Freeman, Theda Cupples, Carrie Napoleon, Napoleon, Margaret Turcic, Nympha Catalano, Mae Cernuta and Rev. Fr. James J, Kcarns; second row (L to r.) Patricia Dambachor, Margaret Burns, Winifred Rimer, Betty Gedeon, Sister Mary Eugenia, Lillian Orlhel, Paulino MutUBZ, Anna Zarecky and Jeanne Drlscoll; back row (I. to r.) George Banlc, Robert Mannlon, Stanley Stanley Adams, John Fabian, John Marshall and Anthony Clancl. 42 GRADUATED BY COLLEGE TODAY (Continued from page 1) gift of Senator Fay. Prayer was offered offered by Frank D. Sol pie, of the American American Legion and the flag presented presented by Barney Perlfano, president of tho alumni association. Acceptance for the college was made by Dean Luther Malmberg. With the assistance of tho Sea Scouts and Junior members of the American Legion Post No. HO, the flag was raised. A Bruce Denniston, Denniston, on behalf of tho American Legion Legion dedicated the flag, and re marks wore added by Chaplain H. A. Rinard of the U. S. Army. Tho academic procession wound across tho campus to tho grove whore tho commencement exercises were scheduled for 10 a. m. The processional was played by tho col- lego orchestra and the invocation given by tho Rev. H, Reed Shepfer, A. B., President -Elect of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Synod. The men's ensemble, comprised of George Hershberger, Clarenco Jocoy, William Hodge, Paul Sherwood, Alvln Woisaensteln, Burt Dumnlre, and Jack Weir, directed by Miss Graco Cordla Murray offered offered CXXL Psalm by La Forge, and 'Creation" by RIchtcr. Anna Dora Spongier gave tho senior address and Dr. H. W. Elson, former pres- dent of Thlel College, gave a few remarks on the advantages of a small college. Following the address address by Dr. Reed, Dean Luther Vlalmberg presented the class of 1940 and President Earl S. Rudlsill conferred tho degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Science In Economics, Honorary degrees were awarded to Herbert A. Rinard, Doctor of Divinity, Divinity, presented by J. Paul Harmon Groensburg; J. Frederick Ber- moD, Doctor of Divinity, presented by Prof. 'John Graf; and Aaron E. Reiber, Doctor of Laws, presented by Honorable George H. Rowley. Those receiving awards and honors honors were Anna Dora Spongier, Magna Magna Cum Laude; Doris Akam, Stanley Stanley Hozen, Anna McCready, Paul Sherwood, and Golda Wood, Cum Laude. Dorla Akam, Stanley Hazen and Golda Wood received the Golden Golden Key for Convocation for three- year honors, and- Paul Sherwood and Anna Dora Spengler for four years. The benediction was pronounced by President RudisiU and the Alma Mater sung by tho entire group. GRADUATION AT ST. MICHAEL'S (Continued .from page 1) lack of knowledge of God existing today, pointing out .that "to train man fully wo must develop all of his Instincts. ..Man has Intellect, free will and heart and at St. Michael's Michael's fill of these have been trained .. .When training man we must prepare prepare him for all of the duties of life; he must bo fully equipped to meet tho world at Its worst." Fr. Hassett stated that today, more than ever before, wo need to know God and to love Him," advising tho graduates that "It may be your privilege In future years to undo all that Is being done today In bloody war.. .The present social and economic economic maladies afflicting us today are being carried out with diabolic intent.. .You ar« well armed to meet the conflict ahead but there is always always the danger of contamination, so seek first the kingdom of God and His justice...St. Michael's asks only that you be a credit to her name." Rev. Fr. James J. Kearns, pastor of St. Michael's,. paid high compliment compliment to tho graduates when he said that "Never has there been a class more outstanding or In better stand- Ing at St Michael's." He congratulated congratulated the parents of the graduates for. their unselfish sacrifices and said that the occasion marked the 25th anniversary of the graduation of Dr. C. R. McQuillhi, chancellor of the Erie Diocese, from St Michael's High. Another member of the'same class was Sister Aurelia, the former Kathleen A'Heam, who Is now mistress mistress of novices at Villa Marie in Erie. Also participating in the commencement commencement services waa Rev. FT. Denis O'Mahoney "of All Saints Church, Greenville - Mercer road. Dean of Mercer County priests, Fr. O'Mahoney has attended every one of the 37 commencements at the local school. Following the exercises in the church, there was a reception at the school hall honoring the graduates, whose names are appended: Lucretla Freeman, Theda Cupples, Carrie Napoleon, Margaret Turcic, Nympha Catalano, Mae Cernuta, Patricia DambachCr, Margaret Burns, Winifred Rimer. Betty Gedeon, Lillian Lillian Orlhel, Pauline Matusz, Anna Zarecky, Jeanne Drlscoll, George Banlc, Robert Mannlon, Stanley Adams, John Fabian, John Marshall and Anthony Clancl, NEW CITIZENS ARE HONOR ED Naturalization Pa p e r s Distributed at Legion- Sponsored Exercises. Americans should renew their pledge of allegiance to their country, country, Judge George H. Rowley, of Mercer County Court, stated yesterday yesterday at "New Citizens' Day" held at the Farrell Senior High School. He said Americans needed to stand together together to protect their freedom. Judge Rowley, who mado his first public address since he was stricken with a throat ailment several weeks ago, waa the main speaker at exercises exercises at which nearly 200 men and women received their naturalization certificates from Harry Kremis, Mercer County prothonotary. The, program was sponsored by the American Legion posts of the county. James H. Muntz of Greenville, Greenville, the county commander, made address of welcome. Girl Scouts Get $304.78 on Tag Day Tag Day, In .Greenville, for. the Red Cross, Saturday, conducted by the Girl Scouts, returned $304.78, it was announced this morning by Donovan H. Henry, city chairman. Mr. Henry says that the work of the girls Is acknowleged by himself and County President J. S. Welker as being very successful. . Final figures on the Red Cross campaign. in. Greenville are to be given at the end of this week. Mr. Henry said, and he is hopeful that the community's quota will be met The funds are for refugee relief In Europe. J. & L. Mine Tied Up By Miners' Strike Pittsburgh, June 10— C"P) —A strike of 350 men today closed the Shannopin Coal Company's mine at Bobtown, Greene County, for the second time within two months. The company is a subsidiary of the Jones

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  1. The Record-Argus,
  2. 10 Jun 1940, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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