Indpls. Star, 9/10/1913, p. 2

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Indpls. Star, 9/10/1913, p. 2 - license her surprise a Alabama could WILL STOP...
license her surprise a Alabama could WILL STOP BUYING SAWS, Owing to the existence of a state prohibiting children less than 16 years old from operating circular or band saws, wood shapers, wood joiners, planers planers and similar machinery, Superintendent Superintendent Colllcott recommended that no new saws be purchased for the schools. Those now installed will be used only by teachers, The board ordered the purchase purchase of a printing press for school No. 6 and a locker case for the sewing class at the Technical Institute. The old school 21 was ordered sold, but it will be retained for use until the new building building is ready for occupancy. Superintendent Collicott reported that Cheney's English history had been adopted as a text-book. It is published by Gmn Co, and sells for $1.40 with exchange price of 84 cents. The Indianapolis Indianapolis Book and Stationery Company i made a depository for scUoolbooks. Resignations from the teaching force announced by Superintendent Collicott as follows: Miss Ava Steels, Manual Training Training High School; Miss Elizabeth Dixon, Manual Training High School; Miss Elsie bass, school No. 20; Miss Alma Axtell, No. 10; Mrs. May Sonnefield Shugart, 54; Miss Grace Stark, No 16, Miss Cuzzort, No. 8; Miss Alma Schuster, No. 16; Miss Fern Bell, No. 51, Leave of absence was granted to Miss Jessie Geddes of school No. 54 for one year and Miss Claudia Scott of school bl,fo* the first half year,

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star10 Sep 1913, WedPage 2

The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana)10 Sep 1913, WedPage 2
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