Clara Shackelford -perfect honors
School Notes. Injast week's papjsti|he names of EugeW Rhodes, ^mm^^okMti, Edna Fargo* Pearl Fj^jjp^ Beulah Shaokelford,^idhey ^l^okard and Mary iBelle Jacobs, ir$r^acoident- ally omitted from the b#aor roll. We are glad to baWjr«ne Black ard in school again «ter an absenoe of about a Week on account of sickness. Quite a number of pupils have] b*een absent from this study room this week to work on the tarms. 'The 7th grade proved themselves 4 '.champions" in spelling: last Friday. They have accepted a challenge to spell with the 10th and 11th grades this afternoon. Tbe work in the second and third grades is progressing nicely G^reat interest is being taken by all who are in attendance, but quite a number are out. The. /spelling matob between the third and fourth grades last firiday was very interesting, both grades spelling well. They will spell again the last of this month \nd will be glad to have more of \be parents . out to hear theni. The 'highest grades made this month were by Bertha Howard in tbe second, grade and Mary - Mo- Kinney in- the- third, Following is tbe Roll of Hobor: Mary McKinney, Bertha Howard, ilszzle Fargo, Walter King, Ku by Waltqn, Vera Walton: ! PERFECT ROLL : Grammar, sixth grade: Flossie Bruton, Clara Shackelford, Lucy Blalaok. Reading, seventh grade: Ethel Sparkman, Beula Jacobs. DomeBtie Science, eigth grade: May Bozeman. Reading, .sixth grade: Stella King. Grammar, 8th grade: May Daily. Physiology, sixth grade: Beula J.ioobs, Joe Toler, Lucy Hale, Ethel Sparkman, Or a I Blackard, Mildred Ellis, Morgan Atchinson, Roy Christian. Physiology, sixth grade, FloHsie Bruton. Marie Patton, Luoy^Btalack, Clara Shackelford, Charlie Breedlove, Alonzo MoKinney and Stella King. • HONOR KOLL FtPTH GRADE Ruth Goodman,, Leon ah Chil- dress, Bryant Greene.Ulysses Kiug, Alonzo Hyles, Moody Patton, Liz- aie Toler, Forence Smiih. | HONOR ROLL FORTH GRADE Marie Grissom, Bertha Moore Clarence McDole, Pearl Robertson Mildred Watts, Ethel Hiles, Aud rey Hiles and Mable Fargo.