1899-04-09 FARR LOIS, MAMIE

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1899-04-09 FARR LOIS, MAMIE - HELEN NET th Grade A Crew Street School. Rice...
HELEN NET th Grade A Crew Street School. Rice S8.3f Champs Lucas 05 87 Edwin Abel 95 27. Seventh grade Sara Campbell. 97 8 Robert Phillips. M 5 Al e Jackson 95.85 Teres- 8110 Laird 96.0 Robert McRaven 85 6 George Hill 5.1. Sixth grade A class David Wallace W4 Clifford Daniels 95.4 George Marchmont 95. Class B Onevleve Sewell VI S. Fifth grade class A-Eva Davis 98 7 Lit' tie Lyon 977 Emma PtaiUlps 977 Ruth Btadgett 96.6. Class B Bertie Harmon. 95 2. Kate Cook. 98. Jeanette McLeod. 97 5 Margaret Flowers 97 Hennie Dull 9-5. Mary Jlolcomb 98 Ethel Thomas 95- Mars guerlte Day 9 .5. Fourth grade class A Mary Myrtls Cork er 98 Cara Hutching. 97 Donald McKle. 96 7 A. J. Pound 96 5 Florence Downs 94 2 Beula Murray. 96.2 Laura Wyatt 96 Claudia Baas. 86.7. Josephine Davis. 95.5 Evan Lyon. 95.3 Charles Rucker 95. Class B Charles Wright Owens. 981 Marie Riley 95J. John Varnell &GI Lucy Howard 85. Third grad class A 86 Mary Bostrom 9S 5 Hattie Ralney 95.2 Harold Grant. 96. Albert Orr 95 Class B Frances Orr 97. John Blodgett 9S.I Leon ard Roberts 96.1. Second grade class A 'Mary Gehaner 96.6 Marian Perdue. 96 4 Royal Plltt 95 7. Douglas Barnes 96:4 Class B Mary Mathes 97 1. Carrie Jennings 96 3 John Bratton 95 4 First grade Virginia Gregory 98 Helen Carter 97 5 Eunice Lamed 97 Philip Dells 9 9. Jennfe Patlllo. 96 Maggie Howell. 9t 4 Glady Morris 95 C LeRoy RotiU 96 S Isabella Alexander 96 I Katrlna Orr. 95.1. Hazel Thomas. EDO.WOOD AVENTTE SCHOOL. On Friday afternoon March. Jlst there was a largely attended "mothers' meeting" at our school The meeting began at 2.30 o clock and was expected to close at 3 30 o clock but it was so Interesting that at 5 o'clock there were still a few mothers lingering at the school. The meeting was opened by Major Slaton's talk concerning the importance of the parent and teacher co-operating and the good that might result This talk was followed by talks from Ueaar 8 D Jones and W. A Haygood which were on the same line Although It was a mothers' meeting all I the talking was done by the gentlemen In spite of the fact that ladles are always accused of doingtheir share of It. I After the speeches all were Invited to I ha\e a so. Ill cup of coffee The meeting ' fia very much enjoyed by all present and 1 many of those who were absent have since expressed their determination to attend the regular monthly meetings In the future VI e think It Is something to be proud of to know that Lulu Dean Jones the first honor pupil of hs first grade B has not d a word In spelling since she started to school In September although si e has to write twenty wards a day Mabel Hurt DAVIS STREET SCHOOL. Harry Parish a little boy of the third grade gave an Easter egg bunt at th home of his parents on Saturday before Easter and several of th school children we e Invited Henry Irliv who found more ea than anyone else carried away the prize which was six beautiful eggs. \\e all enjoyed the afternoon very much After the hunt the boys played ball -u 1 marbles and the girls Jumped rope and played other games. The school children of Atlanta have lost a stanch fr en 1 In .the d ath of Mr Bentie and we wish to express our sincere sympathy to his family In their J d he re ivement \Ve were delighted to have with us last Wednesday Miss Annie 7uber who visited ever grade In the school n .Urlce Gholston FRASER STREET SCHOOL Our honor roll for March Is a very creditable one considering the amount of 'disagreeable weather we had during the month The little ones of the first grade esp lally have done well It is a very U dais The fifth and sixth grades show good re suits of the month a work Ada Bell the little girl of the fourth grade who has the I honor of her class all to herself this month desei ves eilal notice She w s promoted I from the third grade In January. j It Is quite unusual for i brother and staler to be iiv. l for the first place on lio hor jr roll us :1 It .a"e In the stv nth grade This month they are 'equal both sharing first honor. The boys of our school are improving judging t the Increased number n the roll and we hope or a greater number still next month * The following- Is the roll Eighth Grade Theo Bowie 99 J Emma Collins. 989 Burnlse Withers 884 Louis Martin. 977 Mary Laird MS Estelle Jen kins 9&1 Anna Myers 96.1. Seventh Grade Marguerite Lane 891 Marshall Lane 991 Mamie Cooper fii Harry Bcherman. 9&S Bfward Epstein 989 Tom. Melt. 95.1 Mottle Turner 85. Sixth Grade Mary Clark Russell. MS Jessi May Lines 99 Jennie Morrell. 3 Lois Farr 98 LUcle Dlppolt. 179. "Eva Mlms 96.7 Bessie Howell 85.8. Class B Carrie Stelnhelmer 97 7 Alice Ormpnd. 97 S Mary Myers 972. Marie Camp 97. 1 Grade Oiel0n Ware 984 Nellie Belle Catlett $7 Sallie Glover MI Mattle Morgan 96.3 Bertha Elleott. M.1 Katie ELIZABETH HATES Bright Pupil of the First Grade. Marietta Street School Has Never Mimed Being on the Roll of Honor Since Entering the Grade. Matthews. 95.5 Ethel Green. 85.4 Lonnls Nash 95.3 Mamie Strickland 95.1. Reyn olds Lane 96. Fourth Grade Ada Bell 96.5. Third Grade Class A Helen Russey SS.6 Pearl Fuller 97 Rosa Tobacco 96.1 My tie Glover. 85.8. Mamie Farr. 85.5. Beur n Glover 95. Class B Ralph Wynne. 95. Second Grad Class A Mae Van Devender 97 Ben Wllkln 964 Clyde Withers 959 Mabel Bonn 95.5 Ella Collins 95. Willie Holt. 5 First Grade Joe Clemmons 98.5 Max Gordon. 985. Dora fliers 981 Fannie Gottlieb 97 9. Rosa Marrell 97 6. Julia Straton 97 5. Clifford Welngarten. 975 Blanche Or. gain. MS EstherKaufman. 96.7 Earl Knight. 96.3 Marcys Clayton. 96. Eva Whitley 96.7 Sal Fardonsky 956 Bessie Ellis. 95.2. Gertrude Nance 95.1. DeWUt C. Vorus. CBEW STREET SCHOOL. Professor I andrurn visited the school during the past week. He paid particular attention to the drawing and Copy books. In giving his opinion of the- writing of the eighth grade he said that In the main he felt pleased with what h bad seen but found one fault with the writing and that was a tendency toward back-hand In th writing of a sp d many of the pupils. Professor Landrum also demonstrated on the blackboard the fact that It Is the down ward strokes which give the character to writing On Friday. April 7th. the Stonewall Jack son Society of the eighth grade held Its regular monthly meeting The president. Miss Valerie Rich occupied th chair. There are sixteen rooms n our school but only fifteen are at present oecupl d The vacant room U used by our principal. Miss Roach as an office and by some of the grades as a place In which to hold society meetings It Is put to this latter ure becaus" the piano has been placed there The eighth trade held Its last society meeting In this room und the members were delighted by places played by Mlg'es Maude Gullatt Halllo Ellis and' Ruby GIbbs and a duet by Misses 'Jennie Howell and Clare O Connor Besides these features the programme consisted of recitations charades compo sitions and the debate The debate was both enjoyable and Instructive The critic was John Morris the editor. Robert Parker The following story was written by Antoinette M Blackburn an honor pupil of the third grade B The whole story was Continued on Fourth Page. CT ARA RIVES. Bright Honor Pupil of tn Third Ors State Street School. I I I HEI. N Gr de \1 e 98.3 bam pe" Lucas"D5.8'l'Ed \I\ InA I. r"j eientt .rade-Sa' a Campbell.97.t1 Rob" OO.6GAllIe 8G'Tere MCRa.ven.9G.Oeo.rc IIIlI. clau-Da.vld"WaUace..OO4 ,9SLJ ltUIl.n..o evlev 97.8- 98.7.Uz. EmmaFbllllps,97.7 B 98.3 98 97.5 MIo.ryJlolcomb OOE heITbomaa 9UMar l5-s A-Mary el 111 Don&JdMcKle. OO.A. 00..5 H.2 urray WyaH,94 Claudia $6.TJoseJb1ne Ru ker. B 00 .S LU :7 rad A- .95.5 Ralney.95.Z 9GAlbe'rt B-1 Fran ea 97 95. I"r-.1oIUII A..Ua.ry Gehanlr.96.S R yal 95.7 lasBarnu 97.1 .00.3 95.4 I. FI crade-vlr llnla 97.5 H. .Tenn 96.1 98.4 Gl dy 95.6 96.1 95.Z Katrlna'Orr. A Qn' Frl4 y M rcb. lat b ran wa.sex cte 3:30 o' lO 'k. 1.1Inaennc the'lchool. c lk was \alk."troPi Me r- .D 1 .OD I I' tlolng .th.elr It th social o 855 mlln wh J' eJlpr ssE'd lion I In. Jones.lhe I th I SeJltem r he I 'l wenl y. rds I I DA VIS S OOL. I radf' e I J th"Alchool chll ren we's I I than' I' IIrlz.e b 'e. t he fll'r bO 'M 1 and rent death fr. I express sln f're 'mp thy sad I I\II s v lted every I I s t oton. 'vl'r or'dls- especially I brlg.:1t cla s. d N"f'I 1 1'1'1 a I was I ullu ual a tl l I'\ .h honor .1 e I v \:1\ 1e" .mOJ1th t1h yar el1uaJ"botb .The' school ar tmp vln Sncre..ednumber nthe .tor-'a"creater ext'month" , II tb Grade-Theo Dowle:9H MarUn,97'lJofary.LaJrdt 96. .klnS,96.1Anna.Myer..H.1 BeventhOrade-Harcuertte't.ane. Ma.mle'CooPer 9&8 EIIwardEPl eln 911.i'Mo1lleiTurner:95 Orade-Mary"OarkR1 iaell J.sa Lo LluleDip Oltr7.'Ev& 'MJ le. BeuleHowell Clalin- Carries. elm. er t1.7 ormq n.d. .97.5 Grad& n c'atleU. JU'NatUe KS. I Eneo 'S B rr t I t t raI v tI ej lion 01" En erln. Matlh WI LonnlJ 9 .3 Grade A-Helen To acco 95.8 Beuren. B-Ralph. o radle Cl ls A Wilkin. 95 95. .Toe 98.6 7.9 M rrell 97. .olulla'Stra on. 87.6 Esther "Kaufman 96 WittC C EW proteuorJ..indrurn v lttd hool. th 1 ooJ'lyt O. Itth. lal hat.'ln..the wl h. he d n Itb.the h. 04 p pl1 t r d r. o trt c ve writ In& n Frlda Aprl11tb. Ston. waU ptl'sld mt. Rl b. J' th.c.balr In r is rade pi ces by' RubyGibbs I'eel. to.Uonll tolnetle'M. r 95,87 95.27. 4 t 97.6t 96.C11 Mile 9ti.85'Teres class-David Wallace96.4 ,85:2. B--Genevieve 98.7 97.5 96 q 95.8 uerite. s 98.9 86,7 A J Rucker$5. 86.3 A--Gladys "Reid. I 95 Leon- claa A- 96.4 B-Mary Bratton. grade 96.9 Isabelle SCHOOL. o'clock S.D. I ' I We she of the the Ilcutrlce a'very re- ! deserves special rivals seventh 'of are be. number.tbrr for next'month. roll 991 Martin..97.7 96.3'Estelle grade ,99.5 99.11 Grade-Mary 'Clark Jessie 99'Jenpie 981 87.9 86 8 B- 97.6 Grade 97' 2 4 N F Matthews Natih Bell..96.5. 6 97.5 t illtfn 97.6 Marc BIB C.'V'oruL Landrupt an ot'the he'said lathe had'eeen. the llod son occupied d. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 09 Apr 1899, Sun,
  3. Page 10

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