School Report Arthur Washichek Belleville Telescope May 1890
School Report. Report of the Munden schools for the month ending May 16, '90: GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. No. of days taught this month 20. No. of pupils now nttebdiug, males 11 females 19. Wholei No, of days attended males 194, females 342. Average daily attendance males-lO females 17. Whole No. of tardiness-males 15, females 34. Those ueither al)sent uor tardy Bosa Skoodopole, Ben Hum-, phrey. Willie Kuchera^Orren Younsr. and Willie Canfield. Those receiving 100 per cent lb deportment. Julia and .Bo8a ,-SkocdopQle,„and„..W8lter_...,.Can- field. H. M, STEPHENS,'Teacher. -PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. , No. of days taught this mouth 20. ^o. of males attending males 22 females 19. Whole no of days attended males 3931-2, females 3441-2. Average daliyMtendance U ^Btlea rerfemales 17. No. of cases of tardiness 17. Names of thGse-neither-absent=nor-tardy^MBrj'- Jones, Arthur Washichek, Richard Banaah, Willie Caufleld, Bessie Houdek, Grace Morey. Frankie iStalnbrook Johnnie Taylor, Anthy St)nad, Willie and Joseph Bkocdopole, Names of those receiving 100 per cent in deport-- mentr-Fi-auk Soulek, Wiuni© Napier, Andy Logan, Gracie Napier, P'lorence -MoreyT-Fra n k-S tc; v en s, Li b b i e Ban as h John Soulek, Bessie Houdek. SERRELD.\ WELLS, Teacher. The school will close on June 13th, with, a picnic ia-the-grovfijvest_.of town. The prograni will consist of recitations, dialogues, songs, etc. There will also be swings and various games provided for amusement. The "Ladies Aid Society" of the M. E. church will have a stand from jvhlch they will use half of the proceeds for the church and the other half will be .used in getting the rest of the Manifold Cyclopedia, for the school. All are cordially invited. • H. M. .STEPHENS, SERRELDA WELLS.