?Lorena story, Ft.Wayne Weekly Sentinel, Tues. Sep. 4, 1917 p.14 part 1

?Lorena story, Ft.Wayne Weekly Sentinel, Tues. Sep. 4, 1917 p.14 part 1 - oi toe com- hotel hud- day Two Motorists,...
oi toe com- hotel hud- day Two Motorists, School Bells CaU Largest Army of Pupils in City's History. FEW NEW TEACHERS APPEAB ON LISTS Enlarged Attendance at All Parochial Schools of City. The largest army of bright-eyed school children ever mobilized in Fort Wayne marched away to their respec- ive schools. Tuesday morning, at the ummons of ringing bells. The enrollment enrollment of all schools of the city is leved to be above 10,000, from reports reports from the various grades and 'rorn the parochial schools. There is an increased attendance reported from every one of the city _rade schools. The high school attendance attendance will be but slightly above of last year, it is reported. A few of he lads who -would have been seniors this year have enlisted in the army Uncle Sam. There is an enlarged attendance at the Catholic and Lutheran schools of ;he city. The enrollment at the Central Central Catholic high school, St. Augustine's Augustine's and St. Catherine's academies will be at least fifty more than last year, it is reported. The Lutheran and Catholic grade schools are showing showing a marked increase in numbers. 5 3 1 A 1

Clipped from Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel04 Sep 1917, TuePage 14

Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana)04 Sep 1917, TuePage 14
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