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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 October 1915

!"? 4 J iSMKY:. iZL ' s,;"j v.- la-.ffiH lie Tribune And News' FRIDAY, OCT., 8, 1915 We take oil our hat to the IB of Bell county for the MJtiful exhibit they have at fair. Every automobile not having a elf atarler has to be wound by a pcrank, and some are wound by i two cranks. ' Kemember the homo merchant In proecerityi and if adversity Aotnes he will feel more inclined it remember you. , Other things being equal, the tatsiness man selects as his home ind field for investment the city frhich offers the best educational labilities not only common but tiie higher practical branches. It is now fully demonstrated that in the Bartlett public schools, fiartletthas an educational as- fat of which any citizen can be 'Jastly proud. The crowd of people and brisk lysines on last Saturday marked Hie real return of better times tot Bartlett. It reminded us of .good old days when the streets Were crowded all and everybody ad money and spent it. Bart- lett isa city trading place. The stock in ev...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 October 1915

wwwmwMrnmwmmwmDmRmam - x '-' , f,v,-.ivrw,""",TT' ' p Y p WijQtf'tW "WVfW'ti Hr mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm I buy it in October! is $' w- H 3L ,o HOSIERY FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. "THE HOUSE OP QUALITY" We always have in stock the very best building material that money can buy. We are strictly a home concern and this coupled with the fact that we give you the highest quality of Building material for the lowest possible price, is the reason we ask that you to trade at our yard. We are always glad to figure on estimates, and further we always have time to make suggestions as to how to arrange your house or barn, how to finishfloors and interior wood work, we study the building material business and the demands of our trade. Carpenters and Painters alwas on tap. D. D. FAIRCHILD JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 LOCALand PERSONAL Oscar Powers of- Dallas was here this week on business. Mips Olga Briehan has been elected; to teach in the High School vice Miss Leake 'who re- signed. Wrapped Bacon at 12 l-2c, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 October 1915

"V.tfilS Krty! wn rf V"! 7-&J r-'TfL't?' --vf-v-'iA)fc'" '&i'rtkvi-iiVtjviiny- m fcwWtrrnhfiftr m V'' . fc' V! t V iwi ' tHi1MlpVtlV' SCHOOL BOOKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES Again we will handle all the : text books that gether with pens, pencils, tablets, and all the necessities that are re- ' quired in the School Room. All School Books will be sold Strictly for CASH. COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. c - iwyer jfoneaol Holland vtaa irtlett visitor Sunday. "Bargains in watches, 7 jewel movement in solid nickle case for; only $3,60 at Hempel and Whitlow. r. and Mrs. T. W. Talbot 'attended the fair at Midway Monday. , See the great serial "The Black Box" every Friday night at'thc Crescent Theatre. p. Kleen of near Vilas orders the Tribune sent to his daughter Hiss Louise, who is a student in hthe State University at Austin. Bargains in watches. 7 jewel movement in solid nickle case t for, only $3.50, at Hempel and Wtntlow. Mrs. T. E. Fowler, who under- . wen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 October 1915

emjwsw ,"T ' l'n -'A'T-'t: -4 ' ';rT qqXtfjti wfw - - Nfl t WINTER SUGGESTIONS mauwuwwwi nJwminwuwcMeysTwi,4"wwreri ataingwai umuaii sacsi mhkssss c JrJ VVinter will soon be here and we are well prepared to take care of your needs. Every (department is full of BRIGHT NEW GOODS and you will be more than pleased with the prices. 4''.. ' is- V - i'-i'w i -L! V n" ... f 3.7 "j ;-r 1 . c tf '" NV , - 3.v -j- w; TM , $- &, W- Dress Silks 'We are ishowing some very pretty SHks for Waists and Dresses "f or Fall wear. ' .-,..- 36 inch All Silk Taffeta in all the new.colprs, at 4; :$1.00and $1.50 36 inch Silk Crepe' Falle the riew'cloth.-' Priced at ...$1.50 36 inch Crepe de Chine all colors. Priced at .T..:..'..;...., $1.00 36 inch Silk Poplin extra good quality and well worth more than we ask. Priced at .89c Wool Dress Goods . 50, inch All Wool Serge in all colors. Priced at $1.00 36 inch All Wool Serge in all colors. Priced at ..... 50c 36 inch Extra Good Quality Storm Serge. Priced at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 October 1915

M' ' (,.v ., fitofK 5fi- m u l;4'W ? .11 0 i I .VKys&iT'.vtr ,'i'" & fe-fe . Bartlett School News I from Teachers and Students L '..FIRST GRADE Hansel Randolph, Kathrine BIHf, Francis Cznrovvoilz and iek Pitts wero miesed in class ypn account, of sickness. Three new pupils entered 1 Moi'day, making our number 59. The n2ws that we again tied with the fourth grade for the Parent Teacher's Association banner, was received with a great cheer. The banner will tay in our room a whole month. "Our pretty shells were taken home Monday and we are now fcoing to have things that we Taiee in gardens and fields on ur shelves. Watch it fill up, Mary Ford, Curtis Morgan and Virginia Hatch so lar rank best in spelling. SECOND GRADE We are glad to have with us gain Opal Carlisle, who has kn absent for two weeks. ' , We have two new pupils, mak' tag our enrollment thirty-seven. - Who will get the two dollars fbr the most home credits? We tope someone one in our room. Our room was next to lowes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

; (xt,pf Wj vir ''J 1. l bv.y, 4HMSt pit- .o , (?"'- -.-t1-. 'f 'J AND NEWS : 1ft. P. CATES, Editor and Puopkietoh BARTLETT,, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 15. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. l PREPARE FOR WIINT NOW rtJtette, m o u IF 'W. . .1 . ft hi ' &' 1W' W' rif ih - Early Purchasers Get Better Satisfaction By taking; advantage of the Money-Saving: Opportunities made possible by these special prices at different times, you'll cut a large piece out of the cost of your Fall bill EXTRA SPECIAL -Ai! Next Week 1-3 OFF the price 'of Men's and Boy's Jersey Sweaters. Colors are Jed, navy blue and grey. Sizes 24 to 34 boy's. 36 to 44 Men's1. $3.00 Jersey Sweaters, $2.00 $2.00 Jersey Sweaters, $1.30 $1.50 Jersey Sweaters, $1.00 $1.00 Jersey Sweaters, " 65c for Next Week only. Men's Negligee Shirts $1 .00 New Fall Patterns. White with stripes in colors and combina- tions of colors, sizes 14 to 17. Ihe best shirt value we've ever had at $1.00 Good Shirts at 65 cents Fine p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

tf m mww l CICTV f io. $&;: f 1. :'j it !"' v SERVICE The fact that we have ah unusually complete stock of quality goods, enables us to serve you in a su- perior manner. It is commonly said that "If you can't get it at Leatherman's Drug Store, it is not to be found in Bartlett." Completeness of stock is quite apt to mean that care is exercised in buying and every detail of manage- ment. The store where you fi-d just what you want is also the store where you get dependable goods and accurate service. Save time by coming here first. COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Pete Turner was the guest of friends and relntives in Austin "Sunday. . Car Albatross and Peace Mak- ( ' er Flour just in at Lawrence Bros, Marvin Wright and Herbert ', Gates were Temple visitors Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Talbot and family were Temple visitors Sun- day. a Buy your Michigan salt now 'from Lawrence Bros. Hon. H. C. Purl of George- town was a visitor here Sunday. i TJont for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

-Tl ll'-s'fl n k' -ir trrpfilam - fHVW',,fti 5 SHE2SEE 3STEMNE TALK BY WIRELESS BABt show at -VI HORSE RACING 4 IS NOW A SUCCESS TO HONOLULU, H. I. A NEW FEATIHI 1 Still Going On In FULL BLAST COTTON PALACE 4 " fc. FARTWlWORTH SAYS THAT WI18ENT Wl'RE SYSTEM WILL ; '" u NOT BC SUPPLANTED. ii Half-Mile Race Traek t Palacs, Wace A CONVERSATION TRANSMITTED OVER DISTANCE OF FORTY- SIX HUNDRED MILES. Bl Event at Waco Exposition In Novembof IS A MARVELOUS INVENTION SECOND SUCCESSFUL TEST RICH PRIZES ARE OFFERED TWO WEEKS CLEAN SWW y- ft h.K ;', JCilk With Europe Possible, but for I vgnamoni urougm p M " 3 Warfare. FbllM. "The success of qat by which tho voice wi Condition! Brought About the oxoerl. was rocentlv inWectsd without tho use of wires, roc the continent and afterwards WutilnctoB to Honolulu, does meui that the telephone wire sys- otitae- United States will be su HH"l ekpisJDs Vice President J. LI JTarntworth of The Southwestern X4e'ralr A Telephone corapaay U Dwlas. !' haetead," ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

feURWgyyy "ryy4 ir?, ivfm- re ' : rn fSi'K '(('i'JH liit Ages and ages ago this huge beast, the Dinosaur, roamed the earth. ' He took up a great deal of room and con- sumed loo much food. He could not meet changing conditions and so passed away. That ability to note changing conditions is the secret of permanency and success l You can see It in our business. ., We owe a great part of our steadily growing sales and the permanency with which .cus- tomers stand ,by us, to our ability to meet conditions. ' Careful study of mechanical features and improvements keeps us in a position where VYC VtiU& OUJJJAJT UU TY1V14 - , . G -tf Texaco Lubricant which is the right oil for the right place, at 'any time. h --' jf you are using heavy, slow-moving ma- chinery, we ihave a sturdy lubricant' to re- duce the friction and save wear. If you are using superheated steam, we have a Texaco Cylinder Oil intended for just that service. If your machines are exposed to cold, we can meet THAT difficult...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

,fW7 WW hr. 'S-mm jfrf-' . !' "u Change in Time On O dob or 17tli many important changes will be made in the time of M. K. & T. Railway Trins Patrons should obtain advance information as to arrival and departure of trains from ticket agent. MOT g V g & i n p. r nune And News . " FRIDAY, OCT.. 15, 1915 ME m :a Sf ' Statement of the ownership, management, etc., required by the, no.t nf Aucust 24th 1912, of The Tribune and ' News, pub lished weekly, at bartlett, rexas. Sot October. 1915, R. P, Cates, o editor, publisher, business mana- ger and owner. Owners: (If a corporation, criira io nntYiP nnrl t.hfi names find addressees of stockholders hold ing 1 per cent or more or total amount of stock. If not a cor poration, give names and ad- rtrosRPa nf individual owners.) aNone. R. F. Cates, Bartlett, itffexas. Sworn to and subscribed before e this 6th day of October, 1915. R. F. Cates, SEAL Jas. C. Laughlin, Notary Public. (My commission expires May 31st. 1917.) Bff'p The Dallas Fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

bfWyW-i'4' f$ GW?Tv T'VTi T -v. r ' . '' ' 4 a a .' I B v-. Mwmp ii .in tm ii FREE"fREE-$35.00 Sewing Machine Saturday evening, October 23rd at 2:30 o'clock sharp we will give you absolutely without cost to you one New Royal Sewing Machine. Six drawers, automatic lift? golden oak cabinet, now shown in our middle show window. " With 6V&?y dollar purchase you get a ticket with a number a corresponding number will be placed in a sealed box for one week. On date above mentioned a little child will draw from the box one ticket. The person holding corresponding number will receive the machine if present, if not present another will be drawn, and so on until corresponding number is found. Don't fail to be here, for you might hold the number, if you stay away you have no chance. k Bv 1 H New Fall Silks and Dress Goods I 1R W 1 v Wv 1 I lis I wivVVVW I 1 B1TJ,Yv i n. at flWwi''''A' J S.K &MWFPrrm M 111 i 'iA'.vh v"fKI 2fflSK2Ri I I I I m A jJ5wfw$MMtift 1 ) ' I ' I si 'iiTn fry':' 's...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

i i f"J SP k i T t p fllH -----l " --i i OUR POLICY This store is devoted exclusively and irrevocably to the interest of those who spend money here. Our Policy is simply a matter of down to brass tacks and hustling, giving the people what they want and when they want it, backing up with the goods all that is said about the stock, giving service that satisfies, gratifies and multiplies. Our standard of merchandise begins where merit does and ends with the best. Our Prices you will always find to be right, even when not at sale price, lower than are named for similar qualities elsewhere. We constantly aim to provide something new, something much better than the old style store and always at the lowest price consistent with quality. ODS COMPANY'S pening, October 16th g 4 g tftirftiri lusuai importance ana rnaenicuae mac of New Seasonable Goods on Opening Display. I Fall fetock. and we are now passing them out to you. We start the season with this extraordinary event, A ery jpiftoisest ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

I-1 .'C J s n BSr. 'J, WMMIU-Ul.. lSf v t y ; ( f AIRCHILD LUMBERS "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" We always have in stock the very best building: material timtmoney can buy. Wo are strictly a home concern and thta coupled with the fact that we give you the hifiheat (fuahty of Building material for the lowest possible price, is the reason w& ask that you to trade at our yard. We are always glad to figure on estimates, and further wo always have time to make suggestions as to how to arrange your house or barn, how to finish floors and interior wood work, we study the building material business and the demands of our trade. Carpenters and Painters alwas on tap. D. D. FASRCH1LD JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 . LOCALandPERSONAL Henry Mayo, of Skidmore is here on business. A new babe arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Sy Messar yesterday. The' T great American serial, V:Neal ot theNauy," begins at the Cresent Theater next Tues- day night. Don't miss it. "Bob" Johnson, probable can- date for the legi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

J. iW.'fumraii iT3t ti.SJW.WH . - LSWBnfmWH ,MMKWMUnEBHtiaV X&HflHTVfc V .! I vr .ssff" ' .v ' i-T . JKff 'Kfe- -;WW '!. ".', .f. ru j(HiM9r"TOKlrti rT . " WX.SMHT J-"JB-wjii- ' 1 ' . - , " 'fn(, ' ' &y n ,y ', ft a ..' , Wnt To Kat County For Prisoner. r Iwhx! ,f $ .' la- i ? it? ' H, I'f'f-- LOT-., ri"f ?l IV.-.--. 6 far' " P".r. &. . ',- - .A &T --!?. If ' &sl '' 'TV Tfr KjcjI' !. mr fv r$r . - mi teL (.; - i'M' m "! -. 5s EH& .tt IX :iK . wT ME '. ., B Mj$Contable Henry C. Purl wont co&enc uouniy mis weett aim brought back M. h. Moore, a white, man who formerly lived in the West end of the county, charged, With inceBt. Moore hay- ing married his niece, he being a man about twenty eight years of age and the woman a little younger. Officers have been working on this case about six "months and have chased Moore through Arkansas, Oklahoma, North Texas and finally had him jailed'at Jayton, Kent county, where he was held until Con- stable Purl arrived, and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 October 1915

p.vsh ,,-,. , ' . ,- . ' i .,""."; u --w u - o V 3Sm t mill 1.1 ntanimi7iri iiirnXn7?IBB7BiE J K is w Bartlett School News frtm Teachers and Students FIRST GRADE Ruth Brown and Eugene Belk fere absent on account of sick- leas this week. A dot? bit Gayle Modesetto in he face, which caused him to uss several days from school. Louis and Theodore Kunz, An- ku3 Wvutt and Albert Haas join- ed our class Monday. We are so sorry to miss Helen McKenzie. Her father was tak- en to the hospital and she and her mother are with Rim. vi;Miss Wacker cannot tell yet Whether the morning or after- noon clas3 is better, as both are doing so well. THIRD GRADE 0 )We are beginning the new month with good attendance and " a great improvement in our " work. We hope to make each month better thn the last. i Our average in punctuality and ""attendance for the month was 1 98.85 per cent. We anxiously waiting to see our first month's report cards. , lt T,wentyoneout of our room "received perfect attendance certi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

WWPT$ yy v i ' p . , - o aflljelf :tf i' T 3 . AND NEWS R. F. CATES, -Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCT. 22. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. ft u a 3e B JH "1 ', Jjts vu V Temple District Closes .- convention Bolton, Oct. 15 The mission- - ary convention of the Temple district closed today at noon. The convention opened Wednes- day night and has been a strong one, both in the fine addresses delivered and the fine reports of work,done during the year. Among the speakers as al- ready noted have been Rev. S. ' W. Hutton. State Bible School superintendent: Dr. A. D. Rog- ers, secy, of the State Mission Board; Rev. Philip P. King ot -v Taylor and Mrs. Bledsoe of Tem- ple. Those conducting the devotion- al exercises were Rev. R. E. Koberts, Thorndale; Rev. E. C. Boynton, Belton; Mrs. Bledsoe. r Temole; Rev. S. W. Hutton and JDr, A. D. Rogers. .There have been about thirty delegates in attendance. The address of the convention was delivered by Rev. O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

:' V. loney To Loan Your land note will be due this fall or winter. We. want to renew and extend it lor you. Now is the time to give us your application. Large or small Loans wanted. -" Write, Phone or See 9is Ft O. GULP & CO. a Insurance Rental and Loans TEMPLE, TEXAS WORD FROM SUPT. BRYANT The Tribune And News FRIDAY. OCT.. 22. 1915 An ideal may be all right, but ft square deal is usually better. Hot. time in old Bell county ': awxt year. Politics are begin- f: ing to boil, already. Cheer up old man; ain't no hell : la Europe; a funeral sermon is ifor a fertilizer advertisement. Street Davincr is now "in the air" when it gets on the ground business is going to nick-up. Let w. pave. 24,293 Bales Ginned He that voluntarily continues ignorant is guilty of all the criinee which ignorance produces. The prohibition election for $ilWl county is called for Nov. 13. ''- 1 fa cnintr to be a close race Kw yi. " i- :.i:i.:n. . woni preaeiit iiiuiuauuiio. Tiiia'f fVitnlr a f on nf fnfinn R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

'. (l vjsjpn ' zm n .' -r ' ftKttTK 'K M.' , m&v -. 4 E ELLA BOLDiNG BARRETT WINS MANY PRIZES AT FAIR Bartlett School News From Teachers and Students SUSTAINS INJURIES ,tVMtf( J'.Vt&Si vs '.U1.m T jm11 Y7.1 ! Annlinii l. 'mam u'iciih jduiuuik, u it.-ui.uu If, the Cedar Lawn School, re- iding at 1627 Hughes Circle was i."ieverftlly injured late Thursday k "afternoon, when a team of horses ' '". t-li-t 1 i ,l:.. ... l.nnxt.. imcneu iu h uuiry wutjun nuum- ed her down and ran over her ' at the corner of Grand ayenue and South Ervay street. Miss r Boldinef is confined to her room ajwith injuries about the head, Reheat and one limb, She is un liable to walk. Miss Ida Moore, If her companion, another teacher &.1n4the'same school, fell back on the sidewalk just in time to es- tcape being knocked down by the team and wus bruised. Tiie two teachers, with a third h. woman whose name was not learned, were returning from a jk reception at the home of Mrs. J. " H? Smart, civen to the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

w w---$m i'yr :WM o , dMMtaMMMUlillHMhlM iin, i iii ww iib The Tribune , And News FRIDAY. OCT.. 5J2. 1916 Bartlett Fair Slogan. Push, Pull All Together. In The Same Direction Bartlett Fair Needs Boosting, Who Can Boost It? You can o Don't whine work Don't knock boost, Don't hang back go ahead, Don't show the white feather- push, pull. Bartlett heads the list on the price of cotton Beed, Bring 'em here. The woman suffrage amend- ment was overwhelmingly de- feated in New Jersey Tuesday. As a result, some of the women are pleased and some are very much displeased. Farmers in this section are well pleased with that ground- soaking rain that fell Sunday night, as it put the ground in fine condition for fall breaking and grain sowing. Having been petitioned by the good women of Texas, Governor Ferguson has issued a proclama- tion designating Sunday, Octo- ber 24. as "Father's Day." In nearly every state in the Union has a day set apart in honor of ory of mother, and now them have a day se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

JV.,WMM? "S ivs Tf EdBnrs-a.ii B " 7i .' -fl7 ' i ' ' ' , pi'., v IW ,. . t " v sr rf' FwW yri I J m - &? It" e & laft 4$ r.? u' If- 1 1 ? m: m. St t U tj 7C v . k:- if I 3 i I- 5s f. jt, i . ,J- ! ft -" P j ,-rr . , f , , IMUJUlf il MTMll 5CIMMH mm rfM TtMMft WMl StlMWfttS Honor Rolls FIRST GRADE Imogcno Heide, Minelmo Cur- bing, Gayle Modesett, Ruth Brown Hattio Server. Frgncea 'Talbot, Francis Czarowitz, Doro- thy StokeB, Helen McICcnzie. SECOND GRADE Lucile Bird, Zeland Bridges, Eleanor Beyers, Stellas Demp- sey. Norma Heinsohn, Irroa Hinzo, Melba Keller, Frieda Mao PrinzinR, Ruby Lee Rosenbalm, Alma Schmidt, Opal Wesson, James Bailey. Edward Brune, Wallace Hopkins, Monroe Nowo- tny Clarence Rosenbalm, Vir- gel Wolfenberh. THIRD GRADE Gene Lawrence, Jeff Lee Dun- can, Clarence Dillard, Roy Har- kinB, Charles Modeselte, Noah Ramsey, Henry Whitlow, Gladys Burleson, Gladys Smith, Annie Shdrman. Glady Stewart, Edith Selby, Bernice Robinson. Ollie Knight, Ruby Joyce, Fiora Gu...

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