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THE COCONINO SUN.
? pniirATinMAi Dine
KDtTEI) UV MALVKIt.V DIMM1CK.
elected or appointed as members of the
school lKiardn, only such men and mar
ried women as have an Interest in tho
work, and who will devote their time
and energy to tho same. Thev should
,. , , , ; , . he successful in tho management of
This week ends the second month of thelr 0WD buHjne affalw. tov 8houW
school. In next week's isuu will he '
published n full report of the month's
bo just, sound thinkers, and positive,
and have at heart the interests of the
schools. I believe every school board.
Since the opening of school the up-, especially in independent districts,
plication to study ana general conduct
on the part of pupils have steadily im
proved. There are not many pupils
whoaro notdoing reasonably giiod work.
This week the pupils in the upper
should have among its members a
thoroughly competent and uptodate
practicing physician, whose duty
should Imj to direct and supervise all
sanitary and hygienic features pertain-
gr.ules have had a number of written 'ntf l" to schools. His word should bo
reviews. Their standing in tho dlirer-! Iaw. untl in ' ovent of difference of
ent branches will bo determined largely j opinion, appeal should be taken before
liv tholr work as shown by these re- I t,ltt l,tilte board of health and its de-
cislon should be, final. This suggestion
Eleven new pupils entered school last 8l,ould.,M; Prided for by law in every
Monday. This is a greater number j
state of the union."
than have been enrolled any other
"iweek since tho first. They aro dis
tributed in tho several departments as
fnllo-AM In tho primary department,
' m'j Hi-sott, .loe neeson, Julia Padia.
N'Vi,. r V !ia: in the intermediate de
pirtnie it, lam.' Bhsu in the second
gr.le .ind Mirg.ret Rieder in I he
third; in the grammar department, Eva
Hansen in tho sixth grade and Anna
Roeder In the savonth: in the second
grammar department, Charlie Stem
iner In tho eighth grade and Hugh
Hunch and Fetiion Jones in the ninth
Through the courtesy of Hev. H. M.
Craig of Albuquerque, synodical mis
sionary for New Mexico and Arizona,
we print the following notice, taken
from the Westminister, Toronto, Can
ada, of Rev. George Logle who hits just
been called to tho pastorate of the
I'resbyterlan church here: "The Rev.
George Logio who conducted the pre
paratory department in Knox College
for several yeax-s, leaves shortly for
California. Ho spent last winter in
Edinburgh, Scotland, where he took ti
nost-.rraduatc course and distinguished
! himself. In a special examination open
rPltii ttltt.tl.J Jlf Lllt'llPlI fitnlll.w llllfU
, , , , ,,, , . , to all students in Great Britain and
left school, or will leave soon, to spend , , , , , , , . ,
, , ... .1 ' . ' , i Ireland, he on the second prize, tak-
tho winter In the southern part of tho , ,. ' . . . , -
,. , .. ti. ,. I ing t8 marks out of a possible i0. He
territory. Among those who have left " . , . ' . ...
, n ,,. ... , . also won a prize of ten guineas for tho
are Anna Van Deren of the third grade , ' , r . ., ,. ,
nest essav uti riny iviu isiuiuikv hi
and R'y Claiborne and Etta Van Deren
of tho sixth grade.
Dr. II. L. Sotz, president of the lioard
of education, Marshalltown, Iowa, sajs
in one of his papers: "There should be
Britain. His friends congratulate Mr.
Logle and wish him well.''
Cast your vote for the republican .
ticket and good government.