Dixon, Lee County School report. 1898 Grace and Olive Northrup

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1898 Grace and Olive Northrup - of S . DIXON SCHOOL REPORT. List of Pupils...
of S . DIXON SCHOOL REPORT. List of Pupils Neither Absent nor Taray—Spring Term 1998 HIGH SCHOOL. Fourth Year—Jessie Londgon, May- beile Metcalf, Carrie Siothower. Third Year—Ida Courtright, John Dodge, Nellie Franklin, Mary Jenkins, William Klossowski. Second Year—Mabel Barlow. Ethel Kay, Lula ‘Siothower, [Gertie Youngman. Youngman. First Year—Grace Crawford, Mabel Mensch, Ralph Packard. Eighth grade—Hattie Barlow, Mary Barry, Ethel Cessna. Cora Fish, Josie Fish, Grace Judd. Hattie Raasch, Daisy Yates. Seventh grade—Anna Cheatle, V ra. Diettrich, Lula Fitts, Lila Fitts, Else Frye, Anna Haley, Marcella Kelly, Phonsie Murphy, Ilazel Noble, Clarence Clarence Stapleton, Mamie Ward, Mary Woodbridge. SECOND WARD SCHOOL. Room No. S.— Chas. Martin, Grace Northrup, Rob’t. Bechtelheimer, Geo. Brown, Susie Brown, Clara Hasselberg,»Minnie Hasselberg,»Minnie Shrader. Room No. 7.—Frank Cessna, Joseph Dauntler, Muriel Leland. Hattie Unangst. Roy Webb, Lewis 'Woodruff. 'Woodruff. Room No. H.—Geo. -Egler, Rob't. O’Connell, Clarence Osborn, Anna Smice, Willie Smart, Walter Smart, Rob’t Williamson. Room No. 5.—Paulina Brass, Paul Dornblaser, Agnes Hasselberg. Albe t Hasselberg, George McBride, Harry McManwse, Irene Osborn, Henry Petit, Paul Petit, Hazel Thompson, Edna Wbipperman. Room No, 4. —William Albright, Minnie Bennett, Maud Derr, Lela Dysart, Stacy Green, Nettie Johnson, Del Roy Kelchner, Hulda Lindstrom, Julius Lepley, Lillian Rescetter, Geo. Siothower. Room No. 3.—Earl Burrs, Charlie Bishop, Myrtle Brink, Alice Brink, Jessie Derr, Roy Eggericks, Eddie Fisher, Anna Fletcher, May Furley, Paulin6 Groves, Anna vurtzrock, Ernest Kron, Louie May, Grade Merriman, Merriman, Eddie Penrose. Room No. 2 — Guy Brown, Frank Brown. Lloyd Cookson, Maude Hawkin, Hawkin, Bessie McBride, Dwight Rolph, Harlton S irwine. John Schnellbach, Louie Smith, Clara Webster, Ida Youngman. Room No. 1. -Ned Coe, Willard Cole. Irene Eichenberg, Vera Jacobus, Morris Morris Rjsbrook, Cornelia Thomas, Zarina Rolph. THIRD WARD SCHOOL. Room No. 3.—Raymond Albright, Eudie Bott, Loyd Burs, JamesCashion, Frank Hogan, Mabel MeKenney,Myron Cummings, Harry May. Roy Miller, Olive Northrup, Loretta Russel, Willie Reed ’Hjalmar Wahlgren. Room No. 2.—Gertie Coakley, Ilay Cramer, George Hendrix, Mary Hogan Gertie Hogan, Lilah Hill, George Morey, Ray Packard, Marie Penrose, Willie Rollins. Walter Scales, Clyde Unangst, Florence Walker, David Waller. Room No. 1.—Chalie Engle, Harry Hogan, Ered Jacobs, Edna March, Orpha UDger, Myron Hartshorn, Glennie Glennie Boos, Harry Rausch, Fred Steward, Esther Wahlgren. HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. Room No. 2.—Bertha Brass, Roy Brink, LeRoy Drew, Ossie Houston, Harry Grant. Wesley Osborn, Stewart Leland, Mary McBride, Samuel Sehasch. Hazel Shoemaker, Mae Trowbridge. Trowbridge. First Primary—Myrtle Fisher Millie Fisher. List of Pupils Neither Tardy nor Absent Absent During the Year 1897-98. HIGH SCHOOL. Josephine Longdon, ¿Carrie Sioth­ ower, John Dodge, Nellie Franklin, William Klossowski. Eighth Grade—Mary-J Barry, Cora Fish. Josie Fish, Hattie Raasch. Seventh Grade—Anna Cheatle, Lula Fitts, Elsie Frye, Phonsie Murphy, Murphy, Ha/el Noble. Second Room—Hazel Shoemaker, Mae Troworide. SECOND WARD SCHOOLS. Room b—George Brown, Clara Hasselberg, Hasselberg, Charles Martin. Room 6—Willie Smart, Room 5—Harry McManus, Irene Osborne. Room 4—Stacy Green, DelRoy Keichner. Keichner. Room 3—Anna Fletcher, Grace Mer- rimao. Room 2—Lloyd Cook=on, Maude Hawkins, Dwight Ralph, Ida Youngman. Youngman. Room 1—Irene Eichenberg, Morris Rosbrook. THIRD W \RD SCHOOL. Room 3 — Raymond Albright, Frank Hogan, Hjalmar Wahlgren. Room 2.—Gertie Coakley, Mary Hogan, Gertie Hogan, George Morey, Clyde Unangst. Room 1—Harry Hogan, Orpha Unger. Unger. List of Pupils Standing, 90 Per Cent, and Above in Deportment and Scholarship. Spring Term, 1898. HIGH SCHOOL. Fourth Year.—Edith Buffett, Clark Clyaton,Harry Edwards,Erie Hammerstrom. Hammerstrom. Carrie Siothower. Third Year.—Mabel Alexander, Ida Courtright, John Dodge, Nellie Franklin, Franklin, Ceeile Heckman, Mary Jenkins, Edith Puterbaugh. Second Year.—Harry.Clayton, Ethel Kay, Edith Woodruff, Gertie Youngman. Youngman. First Year.—Maud Bishop, Edgar Crawford, Grace Crawford, John Davies, Davies, Katie Haley, Grace Hooker, Ethel Puterbaugh, Grace Welch. Eighth Grade. — Mary Barry, Hattie Barlow, Ethel Cessna, Georgella Coakley, Coakley, Elma Erb, Cora |'ish. Josie Fish, Ethel Leland, Lenore Puterbaugh, Clara Voight, Edna'Woodruff, Daisy Yates. Ellis Drummond. Seventh Room.—Anna Cheatle, John Dille. Elsie Frye, Otto Faulhaber, Vernie Merriman, Faith Neighbour, Pearl Rice, Earle Smith, Stella Smith, Mamie Ward, Mary Woodbridge. Second Room.—-Harold Hyde, Shirley McLaughlin, George Shaw, Fetricia Snyder, Hazel Shoemaker, Lela Griswold, Griswold, Ossie Houston, Emma Keifig, Winnifred Puterbaugh, Amy Peters- berger, Anna Resek, Verna Tracy. First Room. — Marjorie Anderson, Maude Gitt, Freddie Grant, Luella Heft, Leonard Neighbour, Marinda Roberts, Inez Snyder, Harry Schaseh, Frank Stultz, Ruth Stultz. SECOND WARD SCHOOLS. Eighth Room. — Ethel Alexander, Charles Coffey, Clara Hasselberg, Charles Martin, Grace Northrup, Jennie Jennie Petit, George Squires, George Tworney. Seventh Room —Edith Allen, Maude Cheatle, Gladys Haulin. Sixth Room. — Lulu Carr, Clarence Osborn, Irma Peach, Grace Russel, Anna Spice. Fifth Room. —Glenn McLaughlin, Jessie Neighbour, Jessie Tripp. Fourth Room —Ren Barnes, Lillie Bott, Emma Burhenn, Phebe Crabtree, Maud Derr, Lela Dysart, Katht ryne Hauser, Hazel Kenneth, Del Roy Kelchner, Kelchner, Catherine Lafferty, Clarence McPherson, McPherson, Justus Neighbour, Dakota Whitford, Ernest Whitobrerd, Stacy Green. Third Room.—Charlie Bishop,Myrtle Brink, Alice Brink, Anna Coffey, Bessie Bessie Christianson, Jessie Derr. Anna Fletcher, Walter Heft, Anr a Kurtzrock, Kurtzrock, Nellie Powell, Mattie Morgan, Lucille Morrison, Mamie Russell, Theodore Theodore Spencer. Second Room. — I^ewis Drummond, Blanche Davis, Eugene Dykeman, Arthur Gonnerman, Clark Heritage, Maude Hawkin, Hazel Myras, Harry Major, Clarence Murray, Bessie McBride, McBride, Hattie Pitzele, John Schnellbach, Schnellbach, Birdie Vaughn, Clara Webster. First Room.— Dorothy Dimmtck, Bessie Bessie Fowler, Lorena Grove, Mary Houser, Marie Southwell, Charlie Webster, Webster, Herbert Bernstein, Willard Cole, Irene Eichenberg, HattieJFieher, Grace Fowler, Vera Jacobus, Louise MeKen­ ney, John Ruef, Bertie Spiller, Cornelia Cornelia Thomas, (jueena Willard. THIRD WARD SULOOLS. Third Room.—Bessie Andre, Ruth Crabtree, Arthur Huggins, John McIntyre, McIntyre, Olive Northrup, Grace Planner, Planner, Hazel Starkweather, Robert Sanford, Sanford, Lawrence Root, Arthur Whitebread. Whitebread. Second Room.—Mabel Ankeny, Myrtle Myrtle Carr, Gertie Coakley, John fashion, Ethel Demming, George Hendrix, Mary Hogan, Gertie Hogan, Lilah Hill, Anna Koch, Ray Packard, Marie Penrose, Edna Reitz, Clyde Unangst, Gertie Wilhelm, David Waller. First Room—Ray Bennett, Charlie McIntyre, Edna March, Kitty \ all, Mabel Deitrich, Charlie Engle, Edna Coakley. List of Pupils Standing 90 Per Cent and Above in Deportment and Scholarship, for the School Year, 1897 98, HIGH SCHOOL. Fourth Year—Edith Buffet, Harry Edwards, Erie Hammerstrom. Third Year—Ida Courtright, Mary Jenkins, Ethel Puterbaugh. Second Year—Ethel Kay, Youngman. First Year —Maud Bishop, Edgar Crawford, Grace Crawford, John Davies, Katie Haley, Grace Hooker, Ethel Puterbaugh, Grace Welsh. Eighth Grade—Mary Barry, Cora Fish, Josie Fish, Lenore Puterbaugh. Vernie Merriman. Faith Neighbour Pearl Rice. Stella Smith, Earle Smith, Mamie Ward, Mary Woodbridge. Room No. 2.—Harold Hyde, Shirley McLaughlin, Hazel Shoemaker, Verna Tracy. Room NV I. —Freddie Grant. SECOND WARD SCHOOL. Room No -. — Ethel Alexander, Chas. Coffey, Clara Hasselberg, Chas. Martin, Martin, Grace Northrup, Jennie Petit,Geo. Twomey. Room No. 7. —Edith Alien. Room No. 5.—Glenn McLaughlin, Je--ie Neighbour. Room No. 4. — Emma Burhenn, Catherine Lafferty, Clarence McPherson,Justus Neghbour, Dakota Whitford. Room No. 3.— Charlie Bishop, Anna Coffey, Bessie Christenson, Anna Fletcher. Waiter Heft, Anna Kurtzrock, Kurtzrock, Nellie Powell. Mamie Russel. Room No. 2.—Lewis Drummond, Clark Heritage, Maude Hawkins, Hazel Myers, Clarence Murray. Hattie Pitzele. Room No. 1.—Marie Southwell, Her* bert Bernstein, Irene Eichenberg, Vera Jacobus, Cornelia Thomas. THIRD WARD SCHOOL. Room No. 3.—Bessie Andre, Maud Bartholomew, Ruth Crabtree, Arthur Huggins, John McIntyre, Olive Northrup, Northrup, Grace Plattner, Robert Sanford. Hazel Starkweather, Arthur Whitebread. Whitebread. Room No. 2 —Gertie Coakley, Ethel Demming, Anna Kook, Ray Packard. SUBURBAN SIFTINGS. Hints and Happenstances in the Sur rounding Towns and Villages. STEWARD. June 7.—Wm. Miller is the guest of his father. Adam Miller. Charles Horton and Master John Levey are spending a few days in the city this week. Miss Zeno Wise and children, Pearl and Lloyd, went to Chicago, where they will spend a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Petinger went to South Carolina, where they will .»pend a short time. George Thompson and sister Nora came home from Champaign, where they have been attending school. Mrs. V. W. Wells and sister, Mrs. George Wells, went to Tampico Saturday Saturday to visit their sister, Mrs. Brown. Mrs.Sto™r of Indiana came Saturday to ^ee her b isband, who is foreman at the dredge. Miss Hannah Smith of Creston spent Saturoay and Sunday at Hotel Bowles with her sister Elbe. PRAIKIEVILLE. *■ J une 7.—There was a heavy rain that went around us on Monday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newman, Newman, on Thursday, a son. On Thursday evening the Prairie- viile and Gap Grove schools will have their graduating exercises in the Ge.p Grove town hall. The class consists of five pupils — Louie Rutt and Harry Byers, Pralrievllie; Saia Drynan, Emma Emma Wheaton anl Maud Lenox, Gap Grove. John Small lost one of his best milch cows ’ast week by milk fever. Mrs. S. Wilsor is \isiting her daughter, daughter, Mrs. Watts, at Rockford. George Harm is building a large cow barn. H. D Myers is the builder. Will Scholl hailed a load of straw* to Dixon last Saturday for Miles Bryan. School closed last Friday. Wallace Ettinger has taken S. Wilson’s Wilson’s engine to Dixon, where bo will run the stone crusher lor Duffy A Hubhard. Hubhard. Bert Sneed and Elwood Pittman, Sterling, are soiling swings in this vicinity. Tuesday afternoon Maurice, youngest son of W. F. Powers, was driving team of colts from the cornfield to the barn, and had a riding corn plow. The horses became frightened at the thunder thunder and lightning and started to run. They ran over Mr. Sherman’s hired man, who was just ahead of the team, injuring him quite badly. Maurice was thrown from the plow and received a bad cut in his foot. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newman died last night. WOOS UNO. .June 7.—Seven tickets were sold here last Thursday for the M. W. A. picnic at Rockford. Mrs. Reuben Eicholtz is enjoying pleasant visit from her parents, and Mrs. Brubaker, of California. John McGrath and family were Sunday visitors from Polo. J. B. Prescott was a visitor in Chicago last week. Mesdarnes J. H. Judson and C. Hildebrand, of Polo, and Mrs. Frank Judson, of Corwith, iowa, spent Sunday at the M. Swarts residence. Mrs. Peter Gigena and daughter Mary visited relatives in Stratford week. Mrs. Charles Allen and daughter», Nina and Helen, of Trenton, Neb., came Saturday to spend the cummer with Mrs. Allen’s father, J B. Prescott. Prescott. Frank Wilson attended the Sterling graduating exercises Tuesday night. Miss Florence Wlndie, of Polo, the guest of Miss Ella Williams w*eek. Mrs. O. Timmerman visited over I Sunday in Franklin Grove. M. Swarts and son Bert ma le a business business trip to Chicago, Wednesday. The many friends and neighbors Nicholas McGrath were saddened hear of his death, which occurred his home, two mile» north of here, Sunday evening at 1 o'clock. He wa-an old and much respected citizen of vicinitv, being over seventy vears age. The funeral service,- were held at St. Patrick’« Catholic ch irch, Dixon, Tue«day morning at I0:3o, were attended by a iarg« gathering relatives and friends His son daughter, John and Margaret, live in Nebraska, arrived during .-ervices at the church. Mr. McGrath left a family of five children two and three daughter-, his wif having died several yearH ago Mr. and Mrs. .James Attley are from Chicago on a visit with relatives. TRIO. A. I. Gage is now running »hacks all trains, or any part of the city. calls leave at Parker s Drug Store, telephone 47; night calls at Hot*: Bishop, Telephone 135. 2utf Ha cel Kenneth, Gertie j

Clipped from Dixon Evening Telegraph08 Jun 1898, WedPage 5

Dixon Evening Telegraph (Dixon, Illinois)08 Jun 1898, WedPage 5
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