100 percent spellers 1935

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100 percent spellers 1935 - PER CEI SPELLERS ANNOUNi Tests Sent Out by the...
PER CEI SPELLERS ANNOUNi Tests Sent Out by the Were Given in Every School in Parish The names of Lincoln grammar and high schbol student! ' who were successful hi l ;rudc of 100 per cen on the' Et tests sent out by the department, has just beeir ;: an* 1 " nonncod by Prof. H. L. CampWll, Superintendent of Lincoln Palish Schools. The.se spelling tests, which were •."nt out by the state, were given- n every .school In the parish. Th* te.<a.s for the second and third snides were composed of fifty Words and the te.sts for the rest of grades through high school '•ompo.sed of 100 words. Each student who was successful In spelling all the words In the tosts correctly was presented with a spelling certificate, and ..from day to day a part of the list will appear in the Ruston Leader Until the entire number has been printed. Students of Dubach, Culbertson, Antioch, llico, Leggin, Mineral! Springs, Sibley. Greenville. Hilly, Cross Roads Hopewell, Union Groifo, New Hope-Douglas, Nobles and Barnett Springs schools who wew successful in making 100 per cent on the spelling tests are as fol* ,j lows: Dubach School' First Grade—Gene Allen, Prentiss Green. Charles Hanna, Billie. Faye Davis, Kent Colvin, Billy Max, Colvin, Beryl Davis, Willie Evelyn , Davidson, Lena Mae King, Duvernay Holder. Second Grade—-W. E. King, Rilla Mae Button, Margaret Williams, Martha Sue Lewis, Margie "Bennett. Third Grade—Paul Williams, Syble Horton, Mary Jean Mitchett,,.- Madge Davis, John Tom Davis, Howard Holder. Fourth Grade—Edna Rives, Bert" Warren, jr., Alberta Slayter, Junor Bartlet, Lozell Jones, Lavag*: t *aggjbold, Herschel Cpjjln,'.&,"' Margie Farley, Sam Jones! Fifth Grade—Raleigh Gene Goss, Richard Hanna. ,', Sixth Grade—Lois Horton. Seventh Grade—H. G. Allen, Mar- :aret Fuller, imogone Ligglri. Eighth Grade—Elnora Green, Inex Harrist, "Wallace Llggin, Lonnle Bratton, Joe Smith, Jr. Ninth Grade —Jeanette Campbell. Eleventh Grade—Winfred Johnson. Culbcrtson School Second Grade—Dorothy Frasier. Third Grade Ilattle Colvin. Fourth Grade—Duane Stewart. Fifth Grade—Ellen Joyce Hicks. Antioch School Second Grade—Frances Simpson, Marcil Edmiston, Hayward Turner, Melton McLaug-hlin, Nellie Hicks. Third Grade—Edna Edmiston. ... Fourth Grade—Cecil Edmtston, tine Skinner, James Ballance. Fifth Grade—Billy Saint. Sixth Grade — Norma Trussell, Aline PllgiTon, Charlie Dring, Jr. Seventh Grade — Inex Turner, Howard Edmiston, Darwin Smith, Billy TnusKeii, Manning Pilgreen. ; llico School Second Grade—Frances Alexander, V.vonnell Brazzol, Georgie Lee iooper, Colvin Deason, Hermon lOo.ss, Elliott Ray Edwards. James Thomas Farley, Louise Farley, Hu- wt Hayden, Louella Kelley, Oeiv trude Laurence, FTances McQee, Myrtle Morrow, Harry Dean Nap;HT, Harry Lt'wLs Napi»r. Third Grade—Herman Carter, Lanar Bram-11. Cecil Broughton, Lair Burgess, Faustina Gresham, Mozell Hayden, Alvern Hood, Par- non Bell Join's, Roy Kilgore, Har-

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  1. The Ruston Daily Leader,
  2. 22 May 1935, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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