Miss Constance Cline Dead At Home Here

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Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC), 25 Jan 1926. Click on image to enlarge.

SUBJECT:
Students

DESCRIPTION:
Newspaper article reporting death involving former Mont Amoena student Constance Cline (Class of 1896)

CREATOR:
Staff writer

SOURCE:
Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, Cabarrus County, NC). 25 Jan 1926

DATE:
1900s

DATE AVAILABLE:
20th century

DATE CREATED:
25 Jan 1926

RIGHTS:
Rights reserved by the source institution.

FORMAT
Newspaper Article

SPATIAL COVERAGE
United States–North Carolina

SOURCE INSTITUTION
Cabarrus County Library, Lore Local History Room (North Carolina)

CITATION:
Staff Writer, “Miss Constance Cline Dead At Home Here,” Mont Amoena: Educating the Young Women of Mount Pleasant, NC 1859-1927, https://montamoena.org/2015/04/25/miss-constance-cline-dead-at-home-here/

TRANSCRIPTION:
Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, North Carolina)
25 Jan 1926

MISS CONSTANCE CLINE DEAD AT HOME HERE
Took Her Own Life at Early Hour This Morning Following an Illness of Several Months.

Miss Constance Cline, member of one of the most prominent families in Concord and for a number of years a teacher and supervisor in the Concord public schools, took her own life this morning shortly before 7 o’clock at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cline, on East Corbin street. Ill health is assigned as the cause of her act.

Miss Cline was missed about 7 o’clock this morning when members of her family went to her room to call her. Neighbors were notified and a search was instituted, the hanging body being found in an old wood shed near the home. Neighbors went to the wood shed when they detected tracks in the snow leading from the house to the shed.

Miss Cline was 47 years of age, and had spent the last 44 years in Concord, her family having moved to this city from the old Cline home on the Mt. Pleasant road when she was three years of age. She attended the public schools in the city, graduated from Mont Amoena Seminary and took post-graduate work at the Massachusetts Normal and at Columbia University. After leaving the normal she was for six years principal of the preparatory department of Queens College, in Charlotte, leaving that work to accept a position with the public schools of this city. She continued her work here so successfully that she was made the first supervisor of the grammar schools and was in charge of that work when her first serious illness developed several [sic] ago. During the past nine months she had undergone treatment in several hospitals both in the East and South and while her physical condition had shown improvement she had not been able to throw off the spirit of melancholia that developed from her intense suffering.

In church work Miss Cline was always active, giving much of her time and talent to the work of the women’s organizations of St. James Lutheran Church, with which she was affiliated in girlhood. She was at one time an officer in the State Lutheran women’s organization.

The deceased is survived by her parents, two sisters, Mrs. Roy T. Troutman, of Charlotte, and Miss Olivet Cline, of Concord, and four brothers, Ralph E. Cline, of Gaffney, S. C.; Karl B. and Frank s. Cline, of Salisbury, and A. Campbell Cline, of Concord.

Funeral arrangements have not been completed.

The news of Miss Cline’s death spread rapidly throughout the city casting a pall of gloom and sorrow on her wide circle of friends and relatives. She had been intimately associated with the young life of the city through her school work and her death came as a distinct shock, especially to those persons who were so successfully guided by her while in the public schools of the city.

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A Sad Death

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Concord Daily Standard (Concord, North Carolina) 5 Oct 1898. Click image to enlarge.

TITLE:
A Sad Death

SUBJECT:
Students

DESCRIPTION:
Newspaper article reporting death involving former Mont Amoena student Julia Ludwig (Class of 1895)

CREATOR:
Staff writer

SOURCE:
Daily Concord Standard (Concord, Cabarrus County, NC). 5 Oct 1898

DATE:
1800s

DATE AVAILABLE:
19th century

DATE CREATED:
5 Oct 1898

RIGHTS:
Rights reserved by the source institution.

FORMAT
Newspaper Article

SPATIAL COVERAGE
United States–North Carolina

SOURCE INSTITUTION
http://www.Newspapers.com

CITATION:
Staff Writer, “A Sad Death,” Mont Amoena: Educating the Young Ladies of Cabarrus Couunty 1859-1927, accessed April 4, 2015, https://montamoena.org/2015/01/03/one-instantly-killed/

TRANSCRIPTION:
Concord Daily Standard (Concord, North Carolina)
5 Oct 1898, p. 1

A SAD DEATH

Of One of Rowan County’s most Esteemed Young Ladies — Blessed With an Exceptional Mind and a True Worker for Her Master.

The following account of the death of Miss Julia Ludwig, who is known in this county and who has a number of relatives also in our county, has been handed us by the pastor of the young lady, Rev. V R Stickley.

“In Rowan county on October 2nd, 1898, Miss Julia Ludwig, in the 22nd year of her age, died. In infancy she was dedicated to God in the Holy Baptism, and on the 29th of March, 1891, with a large class of catechumens she was received into the full communion of St. Enoch’s Lutheran church by the holy rite of confirmation and adorned her profession with a consistent life until the summons came ‘come up higher.”

She was blessed with a bright mind and her father gave her an opportunity to improve it. She was a graduate of Enochville High School and Mot. Amoena Seminary at Mt. Pleasant and was valedictorian of her class. She taught two years very satisfactorily in the public school and was loved by all her pupils. She had arranged to attend Elizabeth college this session.

The first of July she was taken with typhoid fever, and for thirteen weeks she was confined to her bed. With the very best of nursing and skill of physicians her body yielded to the disease and on the above date she entered into the “rest prepared for the children of God.”

During this long suffering she was never heard to utter a word of complaint or murmur — bore it all patiently — and when her friends would visit her she would greet them with a smile. She enjoyed the visits and service of her pastor.

On the day after her death the funeral services were conducted in the presence of a large concourse of people. The sermon was preached by her pastor from the words “She is not dead but sleepeth,” after which her body was laid to rest in the graveyard of Prospect church by the side of her mother and sister to wait the resurrection.

 

One Instantly Killed

TITLE:
One Instantly Killed

SUBJECT:
Students

DESCRIPTION:
Newspaper article reporting accident involving former Mont Amoena student Custis Wingard (Class of 1894)

CREATOR:
Staff writer

SOURCE:
Daily Concord Standard (Concord, Cabarrus County, NC). 1 Oct 1900

DATE:
1900s

DATE AVAILABLE:
20th century

DATE CREATED:
1 Oct 1900

RIGHTS:
Rights reserved by the source institution.

FORMAT
Newspaper Article

SPATIAL COVERAGE
United States–North Carolina

SOURCE INSTITUTION
http://www.Newspapers.com

CITATION:
Staff Writer, “One Instantly Killed,” Mont Amoena: Educating the Young Ladies of Cabarrus Couunty 1859-1927, accessed January 3, 2015, https://montamoena.org/2015/01/03/one-instantly-killed/

TRANSCRIPTION:
Daily Concord Standard, 1 Oct 1900

One Instantly Killed

Information was received Saturday by Mr. Jno. Cook, of St. John’s, to the effect that Mrs. Wingard, and her daughter Miss Custis, were violently thrown from a buggy, last Saturday, by a runaway horse.

Mrs. Wingard was instantly killed, while her daughter was painfully bruised and remained unconscious for several days. Many parties in Eastern cabarrus know these people. Miss Curtis [sic] Wingard is a graduate of Mont Amoena Seminary and a sister of Mr. Cook’s son-in-law.

The Death of Mrs. Misenheimer

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Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC), 6 Oct 1905. Click image to enlarge.

TITLE:
The Death of Mrs. Misenheimer

SUBJECT:
Students

DESCRIPTION:
Obituary for former Mont Amoena student, Belle Moser Misenheimer

CREATOR:
Staff writer

SOURCE:
Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, Cabarrus County, NC). 6 Oct 1905

DATE:
1900s

DATE AVAILABLE:
20th century

DATE CREATED:
6 Oct 1905

RIGHTS:
Rights reserved by the source institution.

FORMAT
Newspaper Article

SPATIAL COVERAGE
United States–North Carolina

SOURCE INSTITUTION
http://www.Newspapers.com

CITATION:
Staff Writer, “Certificates Of Graduation Are Presented To 22,” Mont Amoena: Educating the Young Ladies of Cabarrus Couunty 1859-1927, accessed January 3, 2015, https://montamoena.org/2015/01/03/the-death-of-mrs-misenheimer/

TRANSCRIPTION:
Concord Daily Tribune (Concord, NC), 6 Oct 1905

DEATH OF MRS. MISENHEIMER
Mrs. Belle Misenheimer, Wife of P. M. Misenheimer, Died Thursday Evening at Eight O’clock In Number 5 Township – Buried Here Today