2nd Neoma Besser from Harper Iowa
St. Joseph's Graduation Set June 7 1 5 Will Receive Diplomas at Rites Fifteen nurses will graduate from St. Joseph's School of Nursing oit Tuesday, June 7. A high mass will be celebrated at 6 a. m. in the hospital chapel. Graduation breakfast will be given by the first year students in the hospital cafeteria. Preceding tha breakfast will be the conferring of the hospital pins by the superintendent of nurses. A delightful program of entertainment has been planned in honor of the graduates. Gossard to Speak. During the day the graduates will be at leisure to be entertained by their relatives and friends. The commencement convocation will be held in Trinity high school auditorium at 8 p. m. The Rev. S. N. Moore, pastor of Holy Trinity church will give the address of welcome. The commencement address will be delivered by Paul Gossard, superintendent of Bloomington public schools. Dr. C. A. Conklin, secretary of staff, will present the candidates for diplomas. Dr. D. D. Raber, president of staff, wnl confer the diplomas. Music will be presented by the Trinity high school orchestra and Fearn Wilson, baritone, Illinoij Wesleyan School of Music will sin? several solos. The Graduates. The graduates are: Misses Ne-oma Besser, Harper, la.; Helen Ben-way, Strawn; Julie Dagner, Magnolia; Ethel Hanley, Wing; Frances Healy, Fairbury; Ethel Hohenstein, Bloomington; Rose Kelly Minonk Dorothy Krueger, Bloomington; La-VeVne Leary, Saybrook; Mary Rebholz, Thawville; Georgia Vorcc, Marco; Norma Mae Montgomery, Hudson. There are also two sisters of SL Joseph's hospital in the graduating class: Sister M. Clarita and Sister M. Praxedes. Honor students of the class are: Miss Besser, Miss Hohenstein and Miss Rebholz. .