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First Communion.
At the Feast of the Holy Trinity, Sunday, June 11th, the Class of 1911, of St. Joseph's Church received First Holy Communion and the church was taxed to its utmost. High Mass was celebrated at 9 o'clock, the pastor Father Wagener being celebrant. All of the Communicants were invested into the Scapular of Mount Carmel. The names of the children follow:

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Name
Balk, Andrew
Byrnes, Lewis
Drilling, Joseph F,
Drilling, Joseph H.
Hauber, Marguerite
Haubrich, Mary
Haubrich, Paul
Herold, Agnes
Herold, John
Herzog, Mary
Leferink, Anna
Leferink, Frank
Lusson, Anna
Mumm, Lawrence
Nast, Josephine
Petry, Elizabeth
Petry, Rosa
Rink, Henry
Rink, Mary
Steinmetz, Edward
Steinmetz, Mary
Thielen, Loretta
Volkering, Julius

The Teachers Institute attendance report was extracted from Library of Congress Micro-Film using: Chronicling America, transcribed and prepared for the Web by Bill Waters. This Report was published in the Twice-A-Week Plain Dealer June 13, 1911, LP, C7