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student; Joseph Leffner, chosen top senior by the school auxiliary, and to other students for their work in specific fields. . Weber Seniors To Meet ' Weber's 78 graduates will meet for a traditional communion, break- break- fast to be prepared by the Mothers club Wednesday in the school, 1456 Division st. Msgr. D. F.Cunningham, schools superintendent of the archdiocese, will appear at exercises of two schools. He will talk to Alvernia High school's 211 graduating seniors seniors Thursday night at a chapel service in the school, 3901 N. Ridgeway av. Josephinum" High graduates will hear him at 8 p. m, June 7 in the school, 1515 N. Oakley blvd., when the Rev. Leo Diebold, pastor of St. Aloysius parish, will be celebrant at a benediction service. Alvernia seniors to receive class honors are Patricia Haas, scholarship to Alverno Teachers college, Milwaukee: Joan Wersch-ing Wersch-ing Wersch-ing and Barbara Bucher, Mundelein Mundelein scholarship recipients; Donna El wood, the school's 3,000th graduate, graduate, and Carol Johannes, highest senior grade average. The girls will take part in Class day exercises exercises Wednesday after a communion communion breakfast. Will Graduate 62 Dorothy Dvorak will be given a pin for maintaining highest grades in religion classes in four years at Josephinum High school. She also won a scholarship to St. Xavier's college, 4928 Cottage Grove av. Others of the school's 62 graduates will receive recognition recognition for perfect attendance, scholarship, and work in science. The Very Rev. Comeford J. O'Malley, president of De Paul university, will celebrate mass for Holy Trinity High school graduates graduates at 9 a. m. today in Holy Trinity church, 1118 Noble st. He also will preach the sermon for the 160 boys. After breakfast in the school at 1443 Division st., when Richard Carrigan, senior class president, and Theodore Jasinski, parent-teacher parent-teacher parent-teacher organization organization president, will talk, Msgr. Cunningham will appear at commencement commencement exercises at 4 p. m. The Rev. Casimir Sztuczko, pastor of Holy Trinity parish and founder of the high school, will give., a farewell address. Valedictorian Valedictorian is Edwin Stepke, who won a Loyola university scholarship, and Marvin Karasek, who received a scholarship to Purdue university, university, Lafayette, Ind., is saluta-torian. saluta-torian. saluta-torian. Abandon Formats Caps and gowns will replace traditional formals for 194 Notre Dame High school seniors at 8 p. m. June 8 in their school, 3000 N. Mango av. They will hear a talk by the Rev. James Lawler, director of Propagation of the Faith, a foreign mission organization. organization. Also to speak is Frances Watkins, senior class president. The senior chorus will' sing. Winning scholarships to Mundelein Mundelein college are Marian Quinn, Frances Watkins, and Mary Gondwa. Resurrection High school graduates graduates will be awarded diplomas by the Rev. Ladislaus Sledz, professor professor at St. Paul (Minn.) seminary, seminary, who also will speak in commencement ceremonies at 1 p. m. June 12 in the convent chapel at 7432 Talcott av. The 43 graduates will hear mass at 9 a. m. Friday. I The Rev. Casimir Kuszynski, professor at ouigley seminary, I 103 E. Chestnut st., will address graduates of Good Counsel High school, 3800 Peterson av., in a chapel service at 4 p. ni. next Sunday. He will distribute diplomas to the 103 seniors. The Rev. FidelisJSkiera, resident chaplain, will officiate at a mass at 9 a."m. graduation day. Class day will be Tuesday when Odiel Brusseau, valedictorian, will talk in an afternoon program and Dorothy Lis ' mill nf n rr.hnlnrt.hin tn PlO ti-anl ti-anl ti-anl university secretarial school. Senior Service June 7 Forty-six Forty-six Forty-six graduates of St. Patrick Patrick academy. Des Plaines, will will hear a talk by the Rev. Gordon Gordon Walter, .principal of Fenwick High school, 525 Washington blvd.', Oak 'Park, in services at 8 p. m. June 7 in their chapel. The glee club will sing. Mothers of students students will attend mass and breakfast breakfast at the school Wednesday and will be addressed by Jane pas-sarelli, pas-sarelli, pas-sarelli, class president. Mass and breakfast will start graduation day June 12 for seniors at Holy Family High school,. 1444 Division st. Commencement will be at 3 p. m. with the Rev. s. J. Fiolek, pastor of St. Stanislaus Kostka church, as speaker.- speaker.- Bernice Bernice Gembica, class president and valedictorian, will talk and scholarships will go to Loren Rybski, Patricia Kml, and Barbara Barbara Logisz. There are J34 graduates. graduates. BOARD OF NORWEGIAN OLD PEOPLE'S HOME TO SERVE LUNCHEON ' women's board of the Norwegian Old People's home, 6016 Nina av., will hold its spring luncheon for members and fri end s Wednesday noon at the home. Several hundred persons are expected at the event which will also be an exposition of handiwork fashioned by the home residents. Mrs. Ralph Gunderson of 5549 North av. will be general arrangements arrangements chairman for the day, which will be a benefit for the home fund. Rugs, afghans, and Hardanger lace, a representative form of Norwegian Norwegian handiwork, will be among the exhibit articles displayed Among board members assisting with arrangements will be Mrs. C, M. Foss of 6331 Nokomis av., co-chairman, co-chairman, co-chairman, and Mrs. A. S. Klim-esch- Klim-esch- Klim-esch- Klim-esch- of Park Ridge. Board .chairman .chairman Is Mrs. Arthur Leedahl of 1537 N. Laramie av. Dr. Harry S. Olson' of 4125 N. Leamington av,-Is av,-Is av,-Is president of the men's board,
Clipped from Chicago Tribune, 29 May 1949, Sun, Page 114
29 May 1949, Sun • Page 114
29 May 1949, Sun • Page 114