For the second time it has been our pleasant duty to
record the happenings which befall our Alumni throughout the year. It is a task not altogether easy and that
our successors might not have the difficulty met by their
THE ENDOWMENT DRIVE
This year for 1919 and 1920 works a new epoch in the history of
St. Ambrose College. During her long life of nearly forty years,
she has with difficulty weathered the storm. Many noble sacrifices
from noble men were made during…
JUDGE M. F. DONEGAN
Every institution is justly proud of those who have gone forth from
its doors and have succeeded in life. St. Ambrose, too, is not an exception to the rule and she never fails to note with the most heartfelt joy
and pride that of…
REV. GEORGE J. TOHER
President of the Des Moines Catholic College
Among the numerous prominent alumni of St. Ambrose, we may point with pride
to Father Toher. This young priest is a man of whom we may justly be proud, for
he has risen to a high and…
Harry M. McFarland is an alumnus of whose success in life we are gratified to
relate. A graduate of the Commercial Department in 1890, he later attended Iowa
Commercial College of Davenport and, on leaving that institution,…
DR. PAUL C. SCHNOEBELEN
Dr. Paul C. Schnoebelen graduated from St. Ambrose in 1909, completing with
honor his work in the Classical Course. The following year he entered St. Louis University, beginning his studies in pre-medics. Later he took up…
DR. ROSCOE CARNEY, M. D.
This energetic and successful physician graduated from the Classical Course of St.
Ambrose in 1907. From there he entered St. Louis University from which he received his M. D. degree in 1911.
His first medical work was done…
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DR. FOLEY, M. D.
Dr. Foley left St. Ambrose walls in 1909 and
shortly after entered the Medical College at Northwestern University. From this institution he graduated in 1913 and received his M. D.…