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We have finished two months of
school work. The honor roll , for the
second mouth ini the high school was
larger than the first month.. From
th? tenth grade were: Max Welborn,
98; Pearlo Webb, 98; Edith Hutchin
son, 97; Lois Richardson, 97; Roy
Cralg, 97; Mary Smith, 9?; Mildred
Smith, 96; Malcolm Duckworthf 96.
Prom t>e ninth grade was Bessie
The high school has been picking
up nicely for the last few days'. Thero'
are 42 pupils in the high school. ?
Wo arc all glad to have with us. at
BChool Henry and Manning Horton,
who have Just returned from Georgia.
The boys and glrlB are playing
nomo very interesting games of bas
ketball these days. Professor jayroe
Is teaching tho boys and Miss Broyls
is teaching the girls. . X' " * '
Last I Thursday afternoon * ' Mfas
?hristeen Koasler' started to . the
school house to meet Rumlo and Gam
well bdt met them before she got
there. jShe turned too shprt ' tand
broke tho wheel down. They took
the horse out and led him home. They
came and got tho buggy Friday..
Mrs. Duckworth-sent-a load of
wood to the school house. It was ap
preciated by .the school, for there was
nothing, there .to start lires with.
Wo hf.d a very interesting society
' program last Friday att/rnoon. - Mr.
Paul Smith was Uio only visitor. Af
ter that we had a spelling match.. Mr.
J. D. Welborn and Mr. Paul Smith
were tho visitors.
Last 'Friday afternoon the follow
ing officers of the society were in
stalled: Miss Mildred Smith, presi
dent; Roy Cralg, vice president; Miss
Lois ' Richardson, secretary; Alva
Clark, senior censor; Carroll Hun'ni
c?at, junior censor; Mal comb Duck
Worth, sergeant-at-arms; Albert Mar
tin, assistant sergeant-at-arms, and
Pearl Webb, critic;
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We had school on Saturday In order
that the teacher and 3tudent3 might
have holiday on Friday.
Misses Leila. Claudine and Lucilo
Sullivan spent Thanksgiving with Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Boleman of Townvllle.
Mr. Jack Cromer of this section, who
went to spend the winter in Florida,
has returned home. He brought home
the hides of several foxes and cata
mounts killed by himself.
Mrs. M. C. Cromer and Mrs. J.. F.
Mari-Ott visited relatives near Fair
. The pupils are looking forward to
entertainment which Is noped to ne
effected in the near future.
,A goodly number of oiir people at
tended the Fiddlers' Convention at
Townvllle Thursday evening. The
weather tor.the past week has been
very disagreeable, yet this fact has
not affected our attendance.
C W. Presher and his mother vis
ited relatives In Seneca last Sunday.
The Misses. Marlett were visiting In
the Double. Springs section Thanks
. Misses Branyon and Crawford, the.
two assistant teachers, spent.Thanks
giving at their homes.
It is to be hoped that our enroll
ment will increase after. Christmas.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Epps.'Sanders and 'lit
tle daughter ; spent . Thursday ' with
' Mr. and Mrs. Paul McAdams- and
children spent: Thursday with Mr. R.
A. Sullivan and family.
Mr. Claude Bdtt and family, wore
the gueBts of Mr. H. F. Dobbins and
family this week.
The farmers of this section have
finished sowing grain.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cromer dined
with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tribble on
Miss' Mattie ' Bobbins, one. of. 'the
Dak Dale teachers, spent the weeic
end at Pendleton.
* Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Sullivan spent
Wednesday shopping in Anderson.
Missus George Embler and Henry
Wright wero in Anderson on business
Mrs. Mary 'Cromer and family at
tended the fiddlers' convention at
Mr. George.; Jolly and family of An-,
derson were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Jolly Thanving.
I We have our .window shades up and
they add greatly to the comfort and
appearance of the vbutiding.
?The High School Department,
Littl&ey?s wUl brighteh^ sober faces will
charm of music frpm your own piano. )
t : Fp? y<^ ?ssort
. mentpf some ojf the very best pianos made.
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We have a piano ,for every taste,, at a
price for every pocket book. ,
We BUY DIRECT for C$SH; and Can
LOW who does> NOT BUY for Cash?
Gall and let ~ us demonstrate this state
ment to YOUR entire SATISFACTION. .
GAFFNEY, Dec. 7.?Ou Wednesday
evening the student body was delight
fully entertained by a recital by the
Dr. J. S. Dill, pastor of tho First
Baptist church, delivered his third
addrnRn Thursday morning before the
atudent body. His subject being
There will be a song, recital in the
college auditorium on *he evening of
December 8 given by Mrs. Franceska
Kaspar Lawson 0f Washington, D. C.
Mrs; Lawson is a lady of established
fame, and of- musical lineage, i She
has a Bweet voice of wide rango un
der excellent - control. This concert
will be of unusual interest to nil
Misses yelma Goode, Leila Moore,
Vashte Georgo and Lyble Padget,
former students of Limestone, spent
the week-end here with friends.
' Mr.' Stepp' Beeks of Ware Shoals
visited, his sister. Miss Maggie Desks,
last week. i
i The Cooper and Griffith Literary So
cieties will give a play, "The Blue
bird,'.' at the theatre Monday evening,
.Among.those.who spent the holidays
at .their homes were: Misses Fannie
Latham,' Loy^.-and Fray Harper, Mil
dred McCulIochi Jessica Compton.
Ella Gross, and-Lady Ballenger.
Miss -Ida Lansdell Ib spending tho
week-end Ta. Roc'a*. Hill. with Mrs
George Smith. . ' ..'..
Misses Laurie and:'Mae Best of G
F. C. recently visited* Miss Sadie Best
Misses Kate, and Carol Ballenger
spent last' week with -' .their sister,
MIbs Lady Mae. - . .
BBss Saille Stone' of Chester, of the
class '13, is visiting-Mrs':.'Ganter.
The Cooper and Griffith Societies
held their regular meeting- Saturday
There 1b one element (n education
that should hot .be neglected. This is
the ?ducation" of the will. It the in
tellectual, and physical is done alone
there.is no real development, of tho
moral and splrtual nature. You must
educate tho will. The will .gives'us
the measure of the man. x ne ilum is
as strong and as M g as his will. -Alt
element* of achieve monts of a ni an
are centered In the will. Will-l? .the
citadel of personality. The real man
is .determined by the will.
When Frances 1 of France' lost 'the
battle of Psvia he wrote. "All in lost
but honor.".. When honor is saved,
nothing is'really lost. One of.''the
characters in one of Seneca's plays
tells how she has . met with, great
trouble, has lost all of her family
and had many disasters.' When'ask?
ed what she had left'she sayo, "I, my
self am left." There Is a picture of
Prince Albert in - the December' issue
of'the "American Review,"- .standing
among his soldiers, the ruins air about
him; ho faces the- German, emperor,
who says, "You hove lost everything."
Prlb.ce Albert replies, * "Nay,-. I: have
lost everything but nfy soul."
In one of Hewley/B great poems are
th?se lines: a8& ;'. -
"It matters ni^rhow straight the gate, |
I am the master-1 pf- thy "'fate,
I am tho captain -of my -soul."...
Be a captain of your. eoul. A call
comeB to us tottake charge -of Our
craft-on tho se? of life. Be a man, a
woman. '. "...
: A great many, years ago a TPan was
Suffering a great, calamity, ho lost bis
political .career, .through no fault, of
his own, and Anally ho lost .his health,
His friends camo to consolo him and
'sympathize.with him. Somei that -we?o
sure enough 'friends and. not' Asun-f
Bhiny day?': f rien dB. He said , to them,
tDon't worry, all of these tilings hap
pened outside of my door. I have the
key." A man'who'has a strong will
having done all can stand.
Remember ' the great courage of
Martin Luther when he was about to
commit' himself to reform; he ' said
'Here'stand L . I can . not do other
wise, God help me." This Is imposai
bta without a trained will. < You may
say these things are occasions that
come only once-in a while,-'and then
to great leaders and the most distin
guished. Whether or "not yo? are
prominent, or not In the gaze of tho
world; It is oar duty to th? lminor-.
tallty ot tHo soul to- establish Woman
hood and manhood anV. to to this wo
must have will. - ''-".*$
Wo are tempted to whine and ?row!
about things and having .bo much to
an? having :auch , ? hard time. We
have to ?vudy so hard, .have so many
written lSssbhs and examinations
eoihli?^??'e h?ve one or two friends
Who: come; and listen to us whine
awhile. Dt n't let that become a habit
and don't;; ket that whining dispoal
We ar'/ horo In tho United States
talking / .bout hard limes and wo ought
to bo s'momed.of ourselves, .But lis
ten! '#floae a-lIn? ;o? 'more than 300
milerVtk the eastern part of Europe,
wl^t ^e foe in front" of them, with
i=-nnd the cold winter weather. I
ding In snow and sleet, with their
. ? and teet^eealhgy ere ?Unnwend*.
joten. Hondreda of them ,are be
- carried to the hospitals, some dy
and some having to have their
_ or feet amputated. There they
id like nalm serving'their c?un
, ib the midst pt ?U iktqos ot faard
jlps. And why should ', W? here, in
je United States folk abb?t hard
Imcs. Let us braco up andjtaggt?to
On last Saturday night the Calho?n
Columbia and the Palmetto Literary
Societies held an inter-society contest
in declamation. D. E. Swinehart and
W. E. Blake represented the Colum
bia; L O. Campbell and 8. C. Strib*
ling, the Calhoun; F. A. Clark and F.
O. Stribllng, the Palmetto. The Judges
Dr. R. N .Bracke?, Prof. T. G. Posts,
and Prof. D. H. Henry, gar? the high
est ranking to D. H. Swimhart, sec
ond place to Vi C. Campbell and third
to \v. H. Blake. The declamations
have been pronounced the best heard
nen in some time. D. W. Daniel pro
sided, and C. W. Webb furnished
music for the audience while the
judges were coming to a decision. Mr. :
Webb Is an artist at the piano.
W..J. Hunter, D. E. Swnebart and
M. A. Smith represented Clemaon at
the College Press Association meet
ing In Columbia this week.
W. K, Magill has been elected cap
tain of the football team lor next sea
son. Ho is one of the beat natured
bard fig! it era on. the team, and be Is
popular with the students as well, as
with the players, i
Dr. C. W. Gentry, one of tlte best of
the earlier footballers, was here "Sat
urday working to get a game between
ClemBon and some .other strong team
as an annual affair in Greenville.
Dr. Z. T. Cody, editor of the Bap
tst Courier, preached a One sermon in
tho college chapel last Sunday. '
The entire community wis sad
dened-by tho sudden death of little
Grayson Newman on Thursday after
noon. Ho was tho youngest child of
Professor and .Mrs, C. C, Newman,
and was a little over three years old.
He was taken sick on Wednesday af
ternoon and died , the next day . Lit
tle Grayson was .one of. the sweetest
and handsomest -little boys imaginable,
perfect it seemed in form and ,fea
ture , and. dispositibn.
'-.Strickland W. G Uli am will give a
humorous lecture on *he regular ly
ceum course on tiio evening of De
cember 12, J>
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Tho Interior of the building Is
greatly improved by the paint. The
walls are a light cream, the Overhead
still a lighter shade of cream and the.
sliding doors have been done.in mis
: Several of the ladies of the. com
munity have donated beautiful ' pot
plants^o the school. ,.
Our library has been enlarged re
cently. The books havo not arrived,'
but we are expecting ' them Boon..
New globes, maps, water cooler, 'and
pictures have boon added. Besides tno.
articles, just mentioned we. have pur
chased two beautiful Cages, and the
one. Is the- U. 8., and the other the'
In spite of the bad weather, of tho
past week, almost every pupil, hast
been present every day. This shoes',
the true earnestness of . the.-. parents,
and children. This is appreciated .Oy
the teachers more than can . b? ;< ex-,
pressed. . '
Christmas ; Bongs and c?iols Is trie
principal music used in chapel in the'
mornings at present,
i .Ware' glad to report, that Mr. if.
A. Cummin g a,' who was injured on
the night of tho convention here, by
being knocked down by a h or so is to
hia home.from the hospital....,
MlBS Crawford, the principal, spent
the week^ehd !at Jxer home in Ander
son and Misai Gaines,' the primary
teacher, with relatives In Bel ton.
Wo appreciate Very much the paper,
which is being: sent us by the editor
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f On account of the unfavorable wea
ther, conditions the basket ball game
scheduled with WofTord for laet Satur
day afternoon was postponed. The
squad .has been forced to resort large
ly to indoor practice during, the past
!Th? material for the. December is
f no of the Erakinian has been put in
the hands, of the publishers, nod will
bo out within : a : few days.
On last Sabbath evening, Hon. Geo.
B^Cromer delivered tho, sixth uum
ber of the uro Work Series addresses
before the Ersklno Y. M.CVsA.* o?f?e
spb?efit'-^LaW. as a Life, Work,'', the
address I.was .powerful and impres
! Mr. L. H. 8pe?cer of the class,
1914, now assistant secretary of the
Y, M. C, A. -, of Augusta, qa*.. tufa*
tho week-end on the c*j?j>?*. : ... U
On >tono^y evening a Jouit meeting
iSflt the Erskinian staff was held
thewomnn's college. .Bp^alv
recentMeeting' of thai fcreasV
atlon were made by delegates
tWo staffs andBttch toWenlAs
to the improvement of the magpijjbf
discussed. '< / -
The. participants for tbe ssml-annu
The members of the eleventh grade
met and organised the class with the
following officers: Essie Cook, presi
dent; Earlo .Smith, vice president;
Eugene Watt, secretary and treasur
er; T. A. Sturid. chairman. Class
colors, red and gold. Motto, "Re
what you seem to be." The flower is
yet to be selected. The class meets
at pleasure of tho president.'
The Tlmrod Literary Society met
November 25. After the program was
rendered the following officers were
elected: Essie Cook, president; T. A.
Sturid, vice president; Nolle Simp
son, recording secretary; Columbus
Burton, senior censor; Dowey Brock,
Junior censor; Barle Thompson, ser
gean)L-at-arjmB; John A. Shield, as
sistant sergeont'-at-arms. The offi
cers-elect Were installed Friday af
ternoon at the regular session of the
soclety by Earlo Smith, the retiring
The school boa added another fea
ture, another recess, liked by. pupils
and, teachers. ' ..
The December number of. the Iva
High School Uplift will be mailed
next Thursday or Friday.
Mi SB E. T. Jackson of the ninth,
grade' spent Thanksgiving with par
ents in the county.
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TOWNVILLE, Dec. 4.?This BChool
observed "health day" on November
17. The program was excellent, in
addition to Impressive essays and: ad
dresses by Mrs: Ri H.- Price, Mrs. W.
T. Hunt, Dr. S. A W.uleman. and oth
ers, th?ro was an essay- by Miss. Rubye
ReoveR of th? tenth .graue. "The sub-'
Ject of this essay was, "The import*
once of Keeping the School . House
and School Grounds in a Sanitary
Condition." The ^various Ideas,.'we're
nrlmi-nbiy developed. Below is given
ah extract from tho. essay..
"In conclusion these points should,
bo emphasized. First, the formation
of habits of neatness, .orderliness and
punctuality in the. performance. 0f
BchjOol tasks is> evep more Important
tb,an the formation- of such task a at !
home; for th? ?*choel'is * home-con
taining more '^an 200 In its family.
Secondly, the Importance of keeping
the school buildings and the 'grounds
in a sanitary Condition, con hardly be
over estimated, when It is realized
with .what readiness contagkuiB dis
eases are spread from one pupil -to
anpther. Lastly, the lessons in neat
ness orderliness and punctuality form
ed In school will aland for much In
the development of mental life. .and
Soral character throughput the |iv?B
, The now cabinet officers for . tho
Manual Training Club are:' Messrs.
Paul Smith,.F?rmah Thrasher. Buster
Price, and Misses Rubye ueeve?,. Aji?
nie Mae Ledbetter, Jeanette Bolt and
Lottie Belle Bolotaan.'
. .The .new elections for njnth and
tenth grade officer's resulted in the
choice of these atudonta: . For thpj
tenth grade, Miss Winnie Grublen,
pr?sident; Nat Farmer, vice prest.:
dont; Misa Rubye Reeves, secretary
and. treasurer. The same. respective,
officers for the ninth .grade are: .Fur
man Smith, Misses Lila King and
Recently In class meetings of the
ninth and tenth grades It watf decid
ed that tho two classes would give a
beautiful, framed picture of an "Old
Fiddler" to tho schopl. The picture
given was in honor of our "Fiddlers'
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house. It is about two miles from
JMtftykdk. It Ipt pointed on the out
Blde and Inside, and we also have a
nice te^^heriai^egk and* water, chol?ra.
The school is ;prpg reusing) nicely un
der the ' jna^a^anxant of, ' Miss -:.Quhla
'"-V?A .?ri?i; planning; to have a Christ
was tree at th? school house on Wed
nesday afternoon, I^jabeT/as*,m*j.
public is cordially invited to come. We
- 'See WjisU- far fUO ana-faW
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Special to The IntoUipncor.
THE CITADEL, Charleston. S. C..I
Doc. 7.?41 of the 43 members of the !
senior cIbsb were present at the ban
quet given In their honor last Fri
day evening by Cadet W. Allen Macro,
Jr., at his residence on George street
The twh front roomB of his home
wer- o very appropriately decorated In
the Citadel colors, light blue and
white. At nine o'clock the class was
invited Into the dining room where a I
most tempting and delicious menu
was served during the evening. Pre
sident Guy W. Willis acted. as toast
master and during the intermission j
between the courues a number of
toasts were responded to and also a
number of selections wore rendered by
the senior I quartette.
As midnight approached the reci
pients of the delightful feast sadly re
alised that soon a most pleasant and
congenial celebration was to be but,
history. After assuring the holt that'
th? . evening had-been mout charming
ly spent all returned to barracks, sub
mitting themselves once more to the
strict rule of militarism.
With both quality *nd quantity
reigning supreme, the following menu
Oyster stew, sslted almonds, olives,
pickles, fried oyster*, abamrock rolls,
celery, turkey, cranberry sauce, ham,
.Saratoga chips, ere im potatoes, peas,
port, Ice creamy macaroons, cr?am
.cake, coffee, chees)sj crackers, ball
dog punch,, cigars
j Tho annual meeting of the. board of
visitors will convene at the Citadel
Tuesday morning, December the 8th.
The bataillon will be passed In re
view at 11:00 a. m., and inspection oT
barracks, will follow immediately. The
vacancy now existing on th? board,
Paused by the death of Col. J. J.'Lu
cas of Society Hill, will be filled by
election at this meeting. Of interest to
all cadets is the decision which will
be made In. regardfto tho extent of
the Christmas holidays furlough. Oth
er matters wJlll b? dlBpo&ed ,pf in the
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On account of tho bad weither the
attendance of the school this week
has not boon very-good,
j Miss Maggie Garlingt'on, the coun
ty; rural' school inspector1, intended
visiting our school : Friday, the rain
prevented her comirjj.
/ When our embroidery club met
Wednesday.wo began making exhibits
for 'field day.
We had Thanksgiving day and the
j Friday after for our holiday. We
will have to ?ome to school on one
Saturday .to make'it up' as vre can not
lose any time.
The little children In Miss May
Hinnant's room will have a Christ
mas tree. Each'child will give a
present to their desk nrntp,
i jjUs's.'- Belle McCutchen spent
Thanksgiving With, Eunlco Barnetto.
The boys Of the Pendle ton high
school ?rv .practicing jumping. So
far ; Dewy Brock, is the, champion. '
Misa Mabaffey spent Thanksgiving
at her \omo In Town ville. .
The rlvic Association will put
[electric Ugh to in our school auditor
I turn .some , time soon.
On Wednesday wo took our first
drawing lesson that' proved a success.
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Notwithstanding the past bad, rainy
weather, our attendance was splen
did; there being only one mij#I jab-;
sanf^iast ohoiday durin? |*o entire.
~, We a^;?sp0ciailyl4aier?fVted right'
now In the coming of Christmas and
are very enthusiastic over speeches,
carols; etc. with which' to celebrate
appropriately this bast and moat im
portant of all seasons. < '
Wo are planning a literary society
Ior:jour school, and hop<r that It **?
provo very, b?n?ficiai to all.
rw? Wish ,to"r?m?td.;th? .ladles of
tho Improvement association that our
?ext meeting will bo held Friday .at
ternoon, Dec. 11, at threo o'clock,
Eyeryono Is..earnestly requested to
come .and bring some sawing ss the.
meotlh? l,s mostly; k sochil ane and
the time Is to be spent chattlng over
needle work. -v. ,. . , ; :'v
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Quite a number of the youne poo
pie of tbo town were entertained last
Friday evening by MIbb Hazel Shir
ley at her homo on West Gr cor utreot.
. The members of the elov?nth grade
met a few days ago for th? purpono
of organlnzing their class. They - hc-?.
gun the work of organlnslng by elect
lag their officers for the year, Miss
Mary Hull Ivan bel?g elected president,
with MisB Agnes Mcdlock as Secre
tary and treasurer. They decided upon
the carnation as their class flowers,
and their cIbsb motto is "Bat and ne
Merry for Tomorrow you May he a
Freshman." The class will bo enter
tained once a mouth by -the different
members at their homes. It was de
cided that the first meeting would be .
at the homo of tbo president - i..
The Wofford gymnasium team enter
tained ? large audience bist W?dnos"
day evening at the Queen thoatr?V , iy
The following is th9 honor roll for
the month ending Nov. 27:
First Grade: Helen Allen, Roy Ban- '
nui ter, Henry Ban ni a ter, Eva Brock,
Edith Callaban, Janle Cox, Marion
Latimer, Roy Martin, Eleanor Matti
soh, .Maille Monroe, Mary Elenor
goore, Hugh Stevens;,. Third Grade:'
argaret Flnloy,'Mary.Hnrpcr. Laura
Moore, Margaret > Monroe,- Marie
Reeves. Genevi?ve fehhrpe, Carl Brock,
William Cllnkscales, Jamen Latimer.
Fourth Grade: Kathleen Brock. ,
Sixth Grade: Venice Gaines,- Leland
M?oro, Joe Pinson. . ^
iSoventb Grade! Walter Clatworthy,
Grace Kay, Ethel Medioek, Howard
Reaves. ';:" ' '":>" . . - . -fiti
Eighth Grade: Sibyl Trayubsuv S?
(her Shirley, Lydia Shirley, Llllio
Beard* Ines Brock. Eva Fer?
Charlie Gambrell, Law t Hanks,
MeKensie, FTaha Wiles:' Wr* :1
I Ninth Grade: Bertha Dunlap.
Tenth Grade: Marguerite Brock,
Sesfllo French, Lucy Pinson, Frances
hirloy. . .L , . y?
Eleventh rade: Agnes Mcdtook,
Jeanette Clatworthy, Marie Gaines,
Mary Sullivan, Helen Shirley... , #>]
' Friday being the usual day tor so
ciety meeting, the following profrato
Was rendered: ''.' ' ''.! -
. Song by Society?Sweet and Low.
: Debate?, Resolved: That Moving
Pictures are Beneficial to Boys and
Negative?Luclle Donald, Jeanette
Clatwurthy, Lawrence Medloek.
Recitation?Marie Timms. .
?CBfla'y? In?s Brock.:'::\v 8 '
Escay? Olln Ticc;
Jokes? C. B. Harper., . 'j? ^
Bcng by Society?Kind Wordo Never .
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Reading ?Luther iBrwln.. r , \ ,
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. This morning Prof. R. A. Banks do
parts for Columbia. His loss is keett
lyiwlt^y, th^ ifae^lty jmd. w
of the Fitting school as well i
town at lar*e.
: i?o has a?reputction second to i
in Cie State"
having spent his life in this Wf '
his work here has been ex?el?
. The small number of hoys
aoce at tha.Ftf
t tbo Fitting school thjj
work without adding another teacher
to take Prof. Banker place.
I the whole an improvement on
month's work, and it i*/-'
notice that despite tho wi
.with a vmfa^Nj?^j&i '
long holiday*. The facKlty, having, de
cided to.djsmlsai ou the,Mt* ^kla^up
work ej^on.&99&sh-&&& .
poooooooo ooaoo o oo
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? o o ? o ? ne eo^ o'd o ^ae
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were oum last ,we>k.J Hpwf?f^'.tha.
attendance was good and .-the' if
time was eut town short.allowing*
pupilato'.go home early.'..-, r.
! , At.the.hqx party t?o amount ~ '
was m&^^W)t*x ???
last week,. <jy-s>
We are glad to have Graci? OWfc
with ?b now. v '' <
?315 TERM BEGiNS JANUARY 4
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