Amelia Frantz

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Amelia Frantz - May Janel Isabel Rita ' Aline Carr. Me-FaU,...
May Janel Isabel Rita ' Aline Carr. Me-FaU, Me-FaU, Norwood, a! Leon-harat, Edwina Slang-enip, Weir! M K. F. Barln-ger, Sadie Armstrong. Grafton. Grace Corinne Emerson, Hoey. Vloia Chan-frau. Hattle Lizzie Edna Man. -Mamie San-tana. San-tana. Aurus-ta Me-Farland, Me-Farland, Agnes qualities have endeared her to all who know her. She will make a most valuable valuable addition to the public school corps. MISS AMELIA FKANTZ. Another of the most briniant graduates of the Normal class of 1900 is Miss Amelia Frantz, toe lovely and accomplished accomplished daughter of our esteemed fellow-citizen, fellow-citizen, fellow-citizen, Wm- Wm- Frantz, the well-known well-known well-known Jeweler. Jeweler. Miss Frantz was born in this city in March, 1881, and Is Just Id years of age. Her early education was received at McDonogh School No. 2, and here she showed all those intelligent and earnest methods which hare made her school record record one of which any girl might be proud. From McDonogh School No. 2 Miss Frantz was transferred with distinction to McDonogh McDonogh School No. 1L Here she continued her brilliant Tecord, winning high honors honors as she passed from grade to grade. She, entered the high school In 1895. and passed with a wonderful record through the several courses. She graduated In 180S?and had the proud . distinction of being-one being-one being-one of the first ten graduates. Immediately Immediately after graduating Miss Frants entered the Normal School. She believed that evcrj girl should . have an aim In life; shbold direct her- her- efforts towards the benefaction of mankind.- mankind.- She felt the deepest interest In little children; she loved to' wsch therr little minds grow and expand and she longed to be A factor factor In theVdeveloping of all that was highest and best in them. She soon showed . In the Normal School how sincere sincere and earnest was her purpose. She was one of the most . painstaking, the most earnest and intelligent of the students; students; no task was too severe for her, so that thrpsgh It she might reach up to the idesicwork which she had before -her. -her. She made a brilliant : record, and graduated wllh great distinction on Saturday Saturday last. Miss Frantz is accomplished in many ways. She Is a thorough musician musician and " inherits the beautiful vocal 'talent that Is such a distinguishing trait among her sisters. She is a sweet and lovable girl In character, and will make an Ideal teacher. She will be among the first of -the -the coming corns of appointees, and the public schools will be the ietter and stronger Jn this able addition to the corps. Her many friends unite to wishing her success In her chosen career. t-about men I saw soon the about -not one gun. went was W. turned pf3-lng rtoherty heard, front to the tol dy was back Ig. Garig and store, heard the some lng. I Hotel, looking I me five the other One struck time. away 5 hoteLI-be JY-day tlng or I foOT Are. thin and did Four I reeled ' 3.-hal -beyond to-oay to-oay to-oay U state well, 'ecfc-unless In of sary cused given Baton

Clipped from The Times-Picayune29 Jun 1900, FriPage 14

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)29 Jun 1900, FriPage 14
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