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National Farm School Graduates Fifty-seven

March 25, 1929
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The thirty-second annual commencement exercises of the National Farm School, near Doylestown, were held today in the Loucheim Auditorium, with fifty-seven graduates from nine states receiving diplomas.

Dr. Louis Nusbaum, of Philadelphia, presided at the exercises and Dr. Herbert D. Allman, Philadelphia, delivered the president’s address. The graduation address was made by Dr. R. C. Watts, Dean of the School of Agriculture of Pennsylvania State College.

An annual scholarship for study abroad was provided at Yale University by Gertrude Harold and Walter Hochschild in memory of their father, the late Berthold Hochschild, with an endowment fund of $20,000. A year’s study in Germany is made available by the fund through the Committee on Foreign Study and Travel, it was announced by Marcus M. Marks, chairman.

An information campaign will be conducted by the Jewish Court of Arbitartion over the radio from Station WOV, New York, it was announced by Dr. Samuel Buchler, President of the organization.

Twenty-five constituent organizations of the Council of Young Israel took part in the reception at the Level Club, Saturday night.

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