Clipped From The Titusville Herald
STURTEVANT. May 1G-—Mothers- Day was observed at Sunday school with appropriate exercises by the children. The Cradle Roll superintendent, superintendent, Mrs. F. L. Arthurs, read a very interesting paper. Special , mention should be made of the solos by Miss Ruth Halfast and Neva McCrillis, which were very appropriate for the Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ross and children. children. Betty and Bobby of OH City, spent the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. E. E. Ross. Miss Mary Ross, a .teacher in Oil City, is home spending a few weeks, ill with the mumps. "There were four boys who passed the eighth grade examination. Rex. McCrillis. Carl Reynolds. William Billig and William Mars. Those who were neither absent nor must, nuv v>»-ic A»t.iunti <ti.»c»«;ui. uui tardy..for tbe entire school year w.ere '^\eva McCrillis, Max McCrillis. Paul Reynolds and Lawrence Magee. Reynolds and Miss Olive Ross, who Is attending high school at Tionesta. spent the •week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ross. Mrs. Mabie .Tarbell of Centerville has been hired to teach the school the coming term. Mrs. Tarbell was formerly Miss Mable Sensor of Townville. Townville.