Rose Longone graduation 6/16/1937
Graduation By Parish School Forty.Two Students Ad vanced From Eighth Grade at Precious Blood. The Most Precious Blood parochial parochial school of this city, headed by Rev. Francis Molino, pastor of that church, held it second annual graduation graduation exercises last evening at St, John's auditorium on North Wyoming Wyoming street, when forty-two forty-two forty-two students were graduated from the eighth grade. Very Rev. Monsignor Kane gave the address to the graduates, and . the pastor, Rev. Father Molino gave ! the closing remarks. Geneva Cas- Cas- sarella presented the salutatory and Angelina Marrone the valedictory. A second grade student, Florence Colonna gave a short talk in Italian, Italian, as well as Anthony Tito, a member of the graduating class, who also addressed the audience in Italian. The various grades of the school as well as the school band participated participated in the program of entertainment. entertainment. Music was also furnished by Stanziola's Orchestra. The class motto wag "Excelsior," and the list of graduates is as follows; follows; Rocca Altavilla, Benny Bar-batl, Bar-batl, Bar-batl, Daniel Brogno, Joseph Cipri-ano, Cipri-ano, Cipri-ano, Hilary Clatch, Michael Col-icigno," Col-icigno," Col-icigno," Philip Corrodo, Paschal De Cusatls, Joseph Fedullo, Dominic Marino, Dominic Marsit, Angelo Matz, Anthony Martini, William Pacenza, Santo Prete. Jacob Ripa, Anthony Ross, John Sn-.eraglia, Sn-.eraglia, Sn-.eraglia, Anthony Tito, Michael Vcet, George Augustitus, Marie Bogner, Geneva Cassarella, Car-mella Car-mella Car-mella Cerullo, Elizabeth De Lucca, Loretta Butz, Grace Franzoso, Cath-erine Cath-erine Cath-erine Fusetti, Rose Longone, Car-mella Car-mella Car-mella Lanzetta, Antoinette, Lo-Braico, Lo-Braico, Lo-Braico, Angelina Marrone, Florence Florence Martocci, Jessie Mento. Anna Mussolini, Florence Parnell, Anna Romeo, Bonita Sabella, Mathilda Mathilda Scaran, Marie Scialpi, Rita Scatton and Letitia Vallon. Salutatory "On behalf of the graduating class of 1937 of our Most Precious Blood school, I bid you all a hearty welcome. We are glad to see the interest you have shown in us that you have come to hear our exercises this evening. We shall try our utmost to please you. We most especially especially welcome Very Rev. Mon-sibnor Mon-sibnor Mon-sibnor Kane, our dear pastor, Rev. Father Molino, and all the other Reverends, as well as our beloved parents. "This is the day to which we have been looking forward for a long time. Especially during the last year, did we feel that it would be a day of Joy and happiness to us. We have worked and studied for eight years, which seemed a long time to most of us, but finally we have reached a fixed goal in our young lives, namely the completion of our elementary education. "Our parents must feel gratified that we have finished our courses here; they know that we have received received a thorough Christian training, training, and at the same time they know that we have been well taught in all the ordinary school branches, They know we have been taught to be true, loyal, faithful, God-fear God-fear God-fear 'ing boya and girls. Our teachers and pastor too, rejoice with us tonight, tonight, for the work that they began in a small way eight years ago has now come to a successful close. "Once more, welcome, to all welcome." welcome." Valedictory. Rev. Monsignor, Rev. and dear Sisters, beloved "Very Fathers parents, kind friends and class mates: Commencement, yes, a beginning, beginning, it is the end of our parochial school days, and the beginning of a new era in our lives. There is a great joy in the realization that we have graduated. We are happy to feel Great Lakes $.' ' t (4' Lake Tonnage moved so far thla Lakes indicates that a new ore and coal shipments may be Ore moved thus far totals ;n comparison to 5,069,000 tons that we have successfully finished the work required in the grammar grades and that we are now permitted permitted to strive to higher attainments, which are offered to us in high school and in actual life. "We have had much to be thank ful for. The Dear Lord has watched over us and protected us to this day. He has so led us that we have been more fortunate than many other children in receiving a thorough thorough training and education in the essentials of our true religion. He has provided us with patient and faithful teachers, and a school that has met all the requirements. He has given us parents who have not alone watched over our body welfare, welfare, but also over our spiritual as well. . "For this we are truly thankful and tonight on behalf of the class of 1937, I voice, the gratitude we feel to all those who have aided and assisted us up to this time. We thank you all and wish you God's blessing. We have been so glad to receive our diplomas, that possibly some of us have temporarily forgot ten that our graduation exercises also mean that we must leave our teachers and the scenes which have been dear to us all. "We shall separate as a class, and our'farewell to the audience and to our friends, means also a farewell to one another. Farewell may be said to you, dear teachers; to you, dear classmates; and to you, dear Precious Precious Blood school, we are about to go out into the world, but we will not be alone; for God is with us, and if we trust and believe in him, and strive ever onward, 'Excelsior,' we shall meet life's battles one by one, and one by one we shall conquer conquer them." 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