New Loretto Girls' School
I will make no further efforts through (Continued on page 2, column 3.) SIX MODERN BUILDINGS FORM NEW LORETTO GIRLS’ SCHOOL S IX modern fire proof buildings equipped with the most approved educational facilities and including a gymnasium, are included in the plans for the new Loretto college for girls, to be erected in Golden Hill. This was announced at the meeting of the executive committee, at which C. N. Bassett was elected chairman to head the drive for funds in El Paso. “The same policy of undenominational education which has characterized the administration of St. Joseph’s academy during the past 32 years will be adhered to, and the curriculum will en.-orace the higher collegiate courses,” it is announced. Officers Elected. The drive for funds will take place during February of next year. The committee held its initial meeting last night and elected the following other officers: First vice chairman, George B. Ryan; second vice chairman, Haymon Krupp; secretary. Geo. R. LeBaron; treasurer, Herman M. Andreas. This committee plans to raise $250,000 by popular subscription from the public of El Paso for the college to be conducted by the Sisters of Loretto. The site, consisting of 19 acres on Golden Hill Terrace, and the sum of $225,000 constitute the contribution of the Sisters of Loretto as announced by mother Barbara, mother superior of St. Joseph’s academy. The Men Behind It. The following men constitute the executive committee: Mayor Charles Davis, James G. McNary, Julius Krakauer, Fr. F. C. Roy, C. M. Newman, Ed. C. Heid, Alberto Madero, W. L. Tooley, Chris Aranda, E. M. Bray. Chas. L. Pomeroy. Henry T. Bowie, J. A. Escajeda, Henry Seggerman, J. E. Morgan, C. E. Kelly and Maurice Schwartz. Headquarters for this movement have been opened in room 303 Raynolds building. HERALl) TELEPHONE HOUR S. Herald telephone service, from 7:4 5 a. m. to 8 p. m. on week days. No telephone service outside those horn s. or on Sundays.