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na- sells money keep known. He of , NOTRE DAME H.S. GRADUATION FOR 31 IS ARRANGED Exercises For Record Class To Be June 14--Annual Published First Time. Secretary-Treasurer Missions the June valedictorian F. S2 C. ser- nephew, Notre Dame high school for girls will graduate the largest class in its history Wednesday, June 16, when 31 will receive diplomas at commencement exercises to be held in the school auditorium at 3 p. m. Because of the large clasn, admission to the exrrcisea will be by card only. The graduating class is in two groups. Those who took the classical' course are, Frances Reed, Shirley Blau, DeVota Christ, Claire Herre, Ruth Sehul, Dorothy Lang and Romilda Brunner. Those who took the general course. are, Josephine Bar-nickel, Frances Bov, Henrietta Breining, Ruth Cook, Josephine Goltlrlck, Ruth Haftertepen Esther Hamann, Mary Hart, Romilda Hucsmann, Elizabeth Lodder, Ann t-oschiavo, Cecilia Ludwlg, Lucille McGrath, Evelyn Pflanzer, Loucrma Smith, Camilla Stock, F.ilcen Stock, Lorninc Timnier. Marian Trunck, Marie UlmselmoMcr, Clara Weasel, Clara Westrich, Rosalia Znng. and Anna Ma* Mense. Cl»s* 'Officer* Frances Reed is president of the class, Louerma . Smith, secretary, Kvelyn Pflanzer, treasurer nnd Marie Hlmichneider, business manager. Shirley BUu Is president of the Student Cooperation association. Valedictory »t commencement will he ffiven by Elizabeth Lodder, Those who will speak essays are, Dorothy Ijng, "The Lust Rehearsal i" Shirley Blau, "A't Graduating Time." This yeir for . the nr»t time, the school has issued an annual. H Is called "Nortni^'ph.." The name was' sujg«st«d by Marl»n Trunk, winner better than .deadly monotony. We all have, to pay for our experiences, nniy in the case of women the tuition foes nre higher." Very often women are (lip, severest critics of women, and arn npt lo call Ihc old maid or the widow who succumbs to the flattery of a suitoit an "old faol". Perhaps such n woman is n fool in the sense tliat hen critical faculty is dulled by ho- emotions. But all of us uro more or less Hint sort of fool, and cm- jiidffinent In such cases should be charitii^lc. Tile truth is Unit love nnd sympathy nnd appreciation are necessities of Jifo, (juite as miicli as money nnd physical comfoi^s. And \v c ought lo exercise as much thrift In the one instance as iiv the other. Jn oilier words, every life should lay up lov c or resources' of love, for when one finds in InUr years thnb she stands solitary and that she is affectionately bankrupt, she is very apt to become panicky und In nn excellent situation to make a fuel of herself. S. S. PICNIC PLANNED FOR FOURTH OF JULY Plans were made for a fourth of July picnic by those attending the Sunday School business meeting atlhe, Ninth Street United Brethren Tuesday evening. Routine business was discussed at the close of tho meeting. of a contest for that purpose Editor in chief is Loucrma Smith. Assistiint editors nrc Rosalia' Jiang and Mildred Hilz, '28. Busine'sviiiarf V nper is Marie Ulms'chniedcr and assistants, Clara Wcacl nnd Madelyn Garrett, '28. ' , "NodagrapK" Staff Staff consists of the following: art editors, Lorainc Timmer, Josephine Barnlckel and Cecilia Ludwig; kodak editors, Evelyn Pflanzer and Elizabeth Lodder; athletic editor, Lucille McGrath. Closing date for other classes of the school will be June 14. For the graduating class there will be a special mass in the chapel nt 5:30 a. m. June IB. . j Alumnae meeting wll be hold Saturday, June 18 «t the school '

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  1. The Journal News,
  2. 08 Jun 1927, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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