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o PENDLETON SCHOOL o
MUs Maggie Garlington visited cur |
school Vn?rsday, February 18th, and!
a.siated UM, organising a wawi! im
. provciiient association. M?BU Hallie
Trescot was elected president; Mrs.
John Hall, Jr.. vico president; MIRS
Sallie Hun?i.r. secretary and treasur
er. Twenty? lpdieB Joined -*wd oach
promised to; Iring auoth?* mehiber
to the next meeting. The meetings
will bo held at the school house
the fourth Friday afternoon in each
month. We fed sure with such inter
est m an lies rod at the Ural meeting
the work, will bo a success .
Mr. ff. .O'. Evans and Rev. T L.
Smith came.to 8ee thd boys and giris
tract team .ni practice period on Mon
Miss Jania darlington visited our
school Monday. She gave ns practi
cal questions concerning th? school
district to ne answer next aututn'i.
Monday being Waanlh*tou'? birth
day a few'tttouison cadets visited nur
Thc first -md first advanced glades
had ? vi^fdn.t?>restlng-spelling mutch
The civic1 league held a "Mystery ]
Auction'Vat tlie school house on Mon- j
day night, February S3, beginning, ot [
belt past eight. Many games' were
played. :-fffbe ladles ani gentlemen I
were given scissores, blindfolded,
taken to the cherry tree to seo who
could cut: thc mose cherries off tho
tree. Each ono presortt was present
id with ft paper hatchet and requested
to write,a? many words as pcsBlblc
on, the h steh cr from thc woi.l Wash
ington :-?Ir. Warley Trescot roceivtd
the /ir.'te^ ?A. talad course with coffee
wan s?,*ved at fifteen cents The pro
ceeds from the entertainment was
thirty dollars, which will be used
in payment -on thc wiring of the
school building, whicU cost thirty-five
On Friday afternoon, February 26th,
the school Improvement association
held their, monthly meeting at the
school otrilding. It was a very inter
esting meeting, much business was j
discussed ?.nd plans mapped ont for j
the work of the association. The llrst
and third Friday nights !n each month
the association will have a coola!
meeting of patrons and sll Interested
in thc school, at the school audi
torium from 8 to ll o'clock. A com
mittee of ladies and girls will'have
.each evening In charge, who will ar
range programs for thc evening? en
tertainment. Light refreshments I
will be served at these meetings.
These meetings will be informal and
free of charge. The committees will
exert every effort to make these so
'herings pleasant. On next Fri
ning, March 15, the school Im
provement association will give tho
first of threse series of social meets
^t'j^e s?ijool auditorium frr?m.?;te n
?c?wCk: i he pat rons ard friends Ot
tho school are most cordially invited.
Our efficient president, Mis? Sallie
Treecot, has the work at heart and
all have caught the inspiration,, and
every energy will be put forth to do
great things for our school.
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o HAMMOND SCHOOL o
o o o op o o o o o o o o ooo '
Our Improvement Assocaton met
Frldsy afternoon and a very Interest
ing, instructive program waa carried
out On' the famous character George
^T^??S'iitSiS." !?U??g8?npe' waa Ocre
so good ?* .we. expected alter . the/
breaV? tho bad weather. We earn
estly request all members to come to
these meetings every fourth friday
We are going to have an old fash
'HS* tRfcky P*rty and boa: party com
cease and bavo a good time.
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We sro beginning spring cleaning j
early this year. We spent a, halt boll
day Monday in improving'the looks of J
the grounds and building.
In the,near future/wo hope to have'
. a new stock of hooka tor our library. '
For the purpose of raising tyis*
library fund, we proposo to give an j
entertainment o? son?? nature for the
pohllc. We hive t...
the kind, but quit? likely lt will be a j
measuring party or a musical.
Two of the boys ot the high school j
have wired in tba flower garden and !
?ave also erected wires aero*?
drives leadlpf Into tba school j
Drilling cn th? yard has a ter
to canse washes, hence, the
' ''Yf*Jf?fi& drfres.' Jp&rej
ter tit Mrs,
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o LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL o
Last Saturday our basket bat? team
went, to Seneca and beat their team
13 to 8. Friday the Seneca team came
down on a truck and played on our
court. They were beater. 22 ta ll.
There was a targe crowd present be
side tho school children. Our players
look fine in their, dew SUIIB. We will
quit basket ball soon and start" base
ball. As the S?neca boys were In a
hurry to get through tho game and
go home, the literary society was cut
Bhort and school dismissed. This
much of the program was given how
Debate-Resolved. Tl at Columbus
deserves mers praise than magellan.
Affirmative-Roy Craig and Bessie
Negative-Lois Richardson and Car
Reading-Annie Massey. The debate
was interesting. The Judges decided
lu favor of the affirmative..The read
ing wag very'funny. A large number
of visitors were present, but we have
suspicion that they came for the
basket ball game mostly. Anyway, we
are glad to have visitors.
Do not forget the entertainment at
the school house Friday night, be
ginning at 8 o'clock. There will bc
dialogues. Jokes, popular songs, etc..
Admission only 10 cents.. Everybody
come and have a good time.
The improvement association will
hold the regular meeting March 13th,
at 2 o'clock in thc afternoon. The
honorary m erobere will have charge
of the meeting with Prof. Jayne in
the chair. The subject for discussion
will he "good roads." Refreshments
will be served. Every member is urg
ed td 'be present, and everybody who
wants to Join the association le invit
ed to come. Please note tho date
Mrs. Due worth, who is visiting in
Alabama sent us the following mes
sage which was suggested by the first
letter in ear-h word of' rural improve
ment association of Lebanon High
Rally to the work, each member giv
ing time and thought to the meet
ings and seeing that
Information is secured in order to
discuss topics and subjects brought
before the meoting. Then pulling
All together, with no personal differ
ences, but with the idea of securing
the beat for the child's welfaro on
the best for the child's welfare and
Labor spared to vattaln that end.
No good thing comes to us without
labor on our part, therefore if we
want the best for our school, we
shan * ave to labor and
Hope until we seo the fruition of our
desires. A modern up-to-date
school building will promote
Success^u teaching and training our
children to be useful cltisas= ls s.f
ter life, when they will be called to
Oil responsible positions.
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TOWNVILLE, Feb. 27.-The follow
tag students made a hundred on spell
ing examination this month: Misses
Mae Shirley, Ruby Reeves, Eunice
Gantt, Katy Thrasher and Lila icing.
The examination consisted of one hun
dred ten words from "Payne's Com-1
mon Words Commonly Mlspelled." Mr. '
WUt was,well pleased with the ex
amination mark?, ana said, he bad
never 'before had such a good set of |
Misses Lillie'and Heifer Stevenson I
entertained at their home "Edgewood"
in honor ct Miss Aureo Marett's birth
day qn Monday evening.
Messrs. John Wolfe and Fest us Uv-1
of "Clemson College" visited
Ir. Witt on February 22,
tAmocg those who are practlclng.il
the declamation ebbtest that ls to j
BtAOKsee.'on Friday evening, Marc
Misses Ines Kirtg, Ant
"tor, Maclo Gaines, Marnte
tJg&ftblac* ?ad LntSfi?)
Messrs Harold Ledbetter,
tolodmbe, Robert Gaines and !
. ?dbetter. J
'(Misses Ruth and Elisabeth O'Neal
and brother. Ralph, visited their]
mother. Mrs. Soe O'Neal on Sunday.
Unusual interest is being shown in 1
the athletic contests. On Saturday)
morning a largo crowd of students are
planning to go to "Zion school" to'
confer with Mr. T? L. Hanna about
Wk-v CLEVELAND SCHOOL
We are glad to report that moat of
the pupils have goodwell, and are
.back in school again.
All tho school giris and boys
looking forward with pleasure to
day Mce*ioise?v ?We almfrswlasn
lng and all seam to cake an tate
In lt. :
There wBl he an entertainment af j
Cleveland ?choOt hWf "gMflgy TalgkLa
-March 6th, after which a number of
bajes will be sold. The proceeds will
1 ?m^f.vfhr.beneflt ot the school. Ad
meelon 10 cects. The public ts cor-)
I diaUy Invited.
o HONEA PATH SCHOOL ?\\
Wo are glad to noto that io the
honor roi! for the third month of
school work, our school stood near the
highest. In the following four schools
that made thc highest averages the
figures show the per cent of atten
dance, together with the name of the
schools and the name of thc euper
98 4-5-Rock Hill, Miss Ollla Simp
93 1-6-WilUsmston. Geo. E. WCl
91 1-2-Belton. J. B. Wstkins.
91 1-4-Hones Path, B.C. Givens.
. The plays that were given by,sev
eral of the school pupils laat Monday
evening In the auditorium of the
acbool building proved a gratifying j
success. Quite a nice sum ot money
was realized for the aiding of the
mar rs ot our lyceum course. Fol
low lip ere the topics of the playa aa
they were given:
?^Wanted a Wife"-A Tableau ?play.
Shadow Pictures-"Dlddy, Humps
Reading-"Annie of Green Gabler."
An Operatta-"The Belles of Fol de
The rendering of the following pro
gram of the literary society on Feb
ruary- 26th. marked great improve
ments from a literary standpoint over
last year. Each one on duty deserved
special praise .for carrying out his
or her duty so well. Much limo waa
taken up with discussion on the de
bate which was; extremely interesting
to the society.
Song-"Old Folks at Home"-By the
Debate-Resolved. That South Car
olina should have a compulsory ?du
Affirmative-Marie Timms. James
Monroe. Frank Wiles.
Negative-Jessie Trench, Olin Tice,
M usic-Emma. Mon roe.
Current Events-Leon Wilson.
Essay-"The Responsibility of Na
The judgea of the debate decided in
favor of the negative. ,
Most of us are looking forward with
dread and horror to the second ??rm
examinations that begla this week.
For those whose records have been
and will remain to be above' the aver
age requirements for the final exami
nations, thia will be their last set for.
the year. *
The boys and girls are both having ,
excellent times for practicing in their]
athletics now, to fit themselves tor
the contests this spring.
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o S. C. COLLEGE o
COLUMBIA, Feb. 26^-Rev. J. O. '
Reeves, D. D., formerly pastor of Ute
First Presbyterian church of this city,
but more recently or tho Presbyterian
Theological Seminary, addressed the
Y. MXC A. at tho University of
South Carolina thia week on "The
Modern Crusade." Dr. Reeves ls very
popular with the university and the
Flinn Hall auditorium waa well fill
The University's 1915 catalog has i?
'been complied and is now in the hands
01 the publishers. The catalog will
be printed this year by the Universi
ty press, the first timo the printing
establishment has undertaken this
task since lt waa Installed summer
before last..The new catalog is very
admirably gotten up. and much ot
the credit for Its splendid arrange
ment goes to Prof. Oscar L. Keith,
whose -was the major burden of the
The Care!?-* ouiatethas returned
to the campus after a trip .over the
State, dering which tour lt met the
basket ball teams of Wofford and
Kewfcer'y Colleges* Thp. Gamecocks
havte Sat & few more contests before
season -All! dos- and" ?Ive place
to* base ball.
Boanning vlth March 1. each class
arlu have e. section ot the chapel au
ditorium Nit aside as Its own particu
lar reservation, members of the re
spective classes occupying the heats
In class sections as against the an
cient practice of Beating the students
Indiscriminately regardless of their
academic standing. .
President W. S. Currell continuel
increasingly busy filling engage
"%hW to lecture at various placea in
the State. E. cry Week Onda bim
responding t//requests to deliver ad
dresses, and ho ha* been very busily
engaged the _psst t*tf K.
me B?ccm! tc" ix?.' j Ti ?n? zr? v, ? wwii,
headed by E. S. C<unbrell of Belton,
who is tn e. new edlt????B-ehlef, have
totten out a very creditable issue of
"The Carolinian" tn the February
number, which ls being malled ont
W?ST?R DO?BLEH WGBK
In suiames tho work of eliminating
poisons R*d acids from th? blood is
^aMmjbrspiraUos. bi cold weath
er, with little ont door work or ex ar
to canso sweating, the.Ud&en.
' to do doable work. Foley Kid?
PIUs help overworked, weak and
osed kidneys to Jitter and east out
of the blood the vaste matter that
canoe* naU.s tn aides or hack, rheu
matism, lumbsgo. atiffn^a of joints.
?ore muscles and etMOPfwuitthfr
from Improper elimination,
fi vans Pharmacy.
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CLEM80X COLLEGE. March-1.
Th? historic town of Pendleton wilt
pavo a great dar on October 13. 1915.
It will be the celo ration of the cen
tennial of the old Pendleton Farmers'
rociety. one of thc oldest organisa
tions of the kind In the country, hav
ing on ita roll the ?amen of many
men distinguished iu tho history of
the State. The principal speaker for
the occasion will bc David F. Hous
ton, secretary of agriculture, but
there will he other highly distinguish
* Thc State Agricultural and Mechan
ical society has shown such interest
in the preparation for the celebra
tion of this centennial. It hes ap
pointed rive of ito members to attend
ss representatives of the association.
Among these is Governor H. I. Man
At the last meeting of the Pendle
ton Farmers' society President w M.
Riggs assured the organization o? the
hearty assistance of Clemson College
In (making the centennial a ruccess.
A- resolution was passed assessing
each member |2'for the purpose of
raising a centennial fund. It ls ex
pected that many will contribute
more than that, however.
It is purposed to raise a fund at
thc celebration for the endowment of
? scholarship at Clemson College, to
be known as the Pendleton Farmers'
society scholarship. This scholar
ship is to be open to agricultural stu
dent* li om the old Pendleton district.
The officers elected for centennial
years are as follows: J. C. Strlbling,
president; Rev. W. H. Mills, vice pres
ident; J. W. Sanders, secretary, and
treasurer; J. N. Harper, correspond
D. W. DANIEL.
CLEMSON COLLEGE, March 1 -
The ".Tiger " Clemson's weekly paper,
gives a column to the charming ad'
bress of Professor Yates Snowden of
the University of South Carolina,
which address was delivered < last
Tuesday morning after the chspel ex
ercises, the . subject being George
Washington. Professor Snowden'was
invited to deliver the address by the
Andrew Plckeus Chapter, P. D7 A.
lt. The address was Interesting and
Instructive from beginning to end and
charmed all who heard it. Hen ides
the faculty and the students.) the
ladies ot the D. A. R., were prescht In
There ls great satisfaction express
ed en all aides that the Y.. M. 0. A.
bnlldlng is to start up at once aud
that 'an old Clemson man has Cc' con
tract for Its erection. "Thos. V. ?oth
ran of the class of *96 and a classmate
of Prof. R. E. Lee, the' designer of
the building, will erect the structure.
President Riggs, spoke ot tbe erection
or thia minding as being the greatest
thing done for Clemson since tho' col
lege waa founded.
The Clemson Glee Club m ado a trip
to Greenville, and with the Chicora
Gie? Club, bad au entertainment in
the evening at Chlcaro College.
The'basket ball lt a tn haa been do
ing excellent work, though not -win
ning all tlie gamea on the schedule.
The following composed the last road
team: ir. P. Thornton, Glover, StrlD
llng.^Bull, Geo, captain, and Schachte.
Vender Sltton, who is to coach the
base ball team this season, was'hore
yesterday looking over the material
and making arrangements for begin
ning regular practice. Prospects for
? winning; team aro bright.
The six literary societies all j hold
Interesting meetings on Friday night.
Tn? :\vvi sooleiics stail 'mell, and the
old are taking on new lite. Following
are the names ot the societies: 'Cal
houn, Palmetto, Columbian. Carolina,
Mayne, and Wade Hampton, the ? first
three being the old societies.
The Columbian society held a eon
lest last night to select two speakers
to enttr contest with ?he represen
tatives rc- the honor of speaking for
the senior class on commencement
day. B.,P- Thornton and R<. N.
Jamln were the winners. The same
society had already chosen W, E.
Blake and J, It. Clark to contest for
?he honor o' representing tho society
in the contest for the trust?es' medal.
The following are the Y. M. c.. A.
officers recently elected: I>. F. Folger,
president; C. W. Ward, vico prea
ident; F. T. Bulee, secretary; P. L.
Clemson's football schedule for next
season te about complete. September
25, Furman in Greenville: October 2,
Davidson on the campus (?>; October
8, University of Tennessee, in Knox
ville; October 16, Auburn in Anderson,
9. c.; October 2?. University ot
Couth Carolina in Columbia at the
State Fair; October 30. the Citadel in
Charleston; November 6. Unvershy ol
North Carolina, m Greenville or
Oh*r1o!t-7 November >*> V; m. ?. in
Richmond; November 2?. Thanksgiv
ing, University of Georgia In Athens.
October 2,.the date for tko David
son game on the campus In to be a
great day tere. It is tbe intention to
dedicate the new athletic field, to bc
known aa "Riggs Field" in houor ol
Pre?ldeft*4lHMe. There will likely be
many representatives of the old pla
ors preseat *o take pert In tbaJ?
eleen. Th> athletic committee
peeling to have ? big crowd of
and to make it a gal? day.
Please taite not iee that >>. M.
mun is not connected with this newi
paper ta any capacity, nor has he ber
for soniettme. '^^f^ffm^m.
TllR ANDERSON' 1NTKIJ.IOENCER.
IVA HIGH SCHOOL oj
Wc have a race trace now for tho
girl? which 1B enjoyed by all that take
Kev. S. J. Hood opened tho school
exercises Monday morning, February
22nd. and it being George Washing
ton's birthday he gave u very inter
esting talk which was enjoyed by all.
Two of MIBS Waytts pupils. Helen
and Ellen Wiles sang a song ''George
Washington," which was enjoyed by1
Mrs. C. D. Coleman visited our
school Monday morning, February 22.
Mr. Willie Wright and Alvin Har
din were visitors here Monday from
Prof. C. O. Coleman has planted a
few water-oaks on the school ground
which will improve thc appearance of |
Thia ia one of the many improve
ments which we have made during
In Thursday r^o.-nlng exercise an
easay on "Value of Trees" was read
by an eleventh grade student. Miss |
Essie Cook. Also reading "The Boy
Who Hated Trees." by Miss Neta
Adams of tho tenth grade. Thoy were
enjoyed by the school.
The Timrod Literary jocloty . met !
Friday afternoon, February 26. The]
program was: Debate: Resolved.
That it is 1 itter for each pupil or this I
school to pay flvo cents monthly as
janitor fee than do the work them
selves. Affirmative, Herbert Burton,
Marie Cann, Bruce Adams; negative,
Dewey Brock, Allene Hall. Obis
Gatley*. assay 1st, Jack Gilliand;
Naomi Cann, current events; decla
mation. Essie Cook.
We have made many improvements
in our society during this session.
Prof.. C. D." Coleman has offered a
$6.60 medal to the one that makes tho
most Improvements during thc year j
In the Bociety.
After the society Friday afternoon ?
the high ach'ool pupils and a few of j
the sixth and seventh grade pupila met
and elected the following officers for
the athletic association: Mr. T. A.
Sherard, president; Mr. Bugehe Watt,
vice president; Miss ESB?C Cook, sec
retory; Miss Neta Adams, treasurer.
We hope to have much success In j
Miss Pearson and Miss - Howell
spent Saturday in Anderson.
Miss Thompson spent tho week-end
at Honea Path with her sister, MUs
o ZION o
This is the first time our school
has .bean represented on the Behool
page, and in order that you may not
get the impression that we're Bleeping
we are going to write. ?
Our Behool is tn good condition. The
average attendance IB good at pre
ent. We have now ono hundred ol
sixty-five pupils enrolled.
Supt. J. B. Felton and Miss Car
lington have not visited our school
yet. but we are expecting them real
soon. Hopo we will no\ bo disappoint
Cadet S. C. Gambrell and Hoy
Mayoa of Clemson College esme home
on Saturday the 20th, to spend the
holiday, Feb. 22, with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gambrell and Mrs
We wore very sorry to give up Mutt;
Rosa Morrison our primary teacher,
but uer resignation was necessary on
account of ill health.
Miss Annie Hammett, who is taking
Miss Morrison's place as teacher of
the primary gradea spent the week
end with her parent1 al Greenville, 8.
C., accompanied by little Mary Lois
Bslkaed, one of her pupils.
The school rendered an Interesting
program on Monday afternoon, Wash
All the pupils are very busy stand
ing their mi-S-term examinations. We
aro trying for the best marks possl'
ble. ? -?v .. &
1 Wo aro expecting a large crowd
from behool s of adjoining districts to
the field day practice Saturday, 27th.
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At the recent contest held, Mr, C.
|T. Stewart of Monitar, West Virginia,
waa chosen to represent Erskine at
the SUte Oratorical contest to be held
In RocV lilli. H's subject was "The
Flower of the cation." Mr. , lo. L.
Daria of -Monticello, Ark. ^peaking
On "Humanity's Maelstrom," was ser
looted as alternate. " ,' . v
The faculty of the Woman's College
attended-the meeting of the Ea
, phemian Literary Society on last FrI
The semi-annual celebration of the
Calliopean Literary Society will be
bold In the; Ere kin* aualtoriam en
next Friday, March*.
The Krskluian ls expected to be out
in a few days. This edition is gotten
feet by the Junior class. The Sopho
mores expect to publish the April
on cor.tlve or trembled with con
lon take Chamberlain*?- Tablet?.
They are easy to take and most agree
able tn effect. Obtainable everywhere.
o BELTON GRADED SCHOOL o
The first and second grados enter
tained their mothers last Friday with
tho following program:
Tho Lord's Prayer-First and sec
Sunbeam Song-Nan Trammel and
Play-Patriotic Mother Gooso by
aix bovs and six girls.
Recitation-When My Fa Wus ?.
Recitation-"Little Orphan Annie"
- Elisabeth Adams.
bong-Twinkle. Twinkle Little Star
-Edna Cllnkscales and Ruth Parker.
r-jcltntlon-Tho Boy-David Hay
Recitation-A Doll's Wedding-Lu
Recitation-A Little Hoys' Troubles
Recitation-Miss Edith H el PB.
Things Along-Edna Cllnkscales.
Recitation-Thc Peach-K'Uth Park
Recitation-Tho Patter of the
Song-Mr. Duck Went to Call on
Mr. Turkey-Six little girls.'
. The following ls Washington's
birthday program which was rendered
by the sixth grado:
I. 'Bong-By class.
Bible Reading-Myrtlo Shirley.
Sketch of Washington's Lite- Wal
'?eeitetton-By eight girls, Ruth
Geer, Irene Vaughn, Emma Cunning
ham, Mao Griffin. Gladys Todd, Zella
Austin, Eunice Mabaffcy, Tanto Hay
nle, Alice Harris.
Recitation-By four boys, Joel
a ruber, Joe King, Harrold Harris,
Jokes-U u t h-jC* or.
- Recitation-Buna Kay.
Debate-Resolved, That Washing
ton was a greater man than Lincoln,
Affirmative-Emma B. Cunningham,
Negative-J. P WHiiams and Walter
We were entertained in chapel la
Tuesday week by the ninth grade ai
last Tuesday by the wlghtu.
Math Grade Program.
Bible Reading-Blanche Pinson.
Song-Lead Kindly Light-Class.
Song-America or Me-By class.
Dialogue-Charles Cox and George
Eighth Grade Procr??t
One hundred end twenty-fourth
Psalm-Macy Strickland. Loris Major,
Guy Wilson and Clifford Earle.
Recitation-Sara Wright, Verina
McDaniel, Kathleen Cummings. y
Song-Odo to Washington-Class. \
Recitation-Ernest Campbell, William
vSong-Mt, Vernon Bella-?lass.
Thc fourth grade carried out the
I following Washington's program:
Life of Washington-Annie Vaughn.
T.octtation--Tho Flag-Helen Pruit.
Recitation-Washington and lila
Recitation-A Busy Day-Robert
Recitation-A Place for Boys
Incitation-The Railroad Crossing
Song-To Washington-By five
girls and four boys.
The honor roll tor the past month
ls as follows:
Georgia Pant, Eunice Warnock,
Lucy Drake, Etta Watkins, Vivian
1 Cox, Annie Harris, Ferol Acker.
Elsie Rags dale, Lonnie Campbell,
?Jennie Cox.. Wilton Earle, Kennetl
Macy strickland. Sara Wright,
Vivian Vaughn, William Gambrell. .
Nancy Blake, Sara Harris, Margaret
Cllnkscales, Jim Haynle.
Irene Vaughn. Walter Greer. Sybil
Parker. Jack West, Francis Adama.
Willie Maddox, Euna Kay, Mae Grlf
! fin, Myrtle Shirley; Anna L. Campbell,
Emma B. Cunningham, Calvin Ttiartta.
J. P. Williamson.
Sara Culbreath, Mary Clement,
j Momio Dick. Eunice Maddox, Irena
1 Harris, Anna M Thomas, Edward
Biak?, Millard Harris, Clsrence Cox,
fKay Griffin. Arlington Ragsdale, Bbb
Jim Bowen, Fred Green, Florld?
Smith/ Robert Johnson, Anale Vaughn,
Sara Cunningham, Martha Cox. Linda
Hopper. Irons Martin, Hoyt Kay. Wal
ter Hubert, Peal Willingham, Helen
IPrnitt, Lucile Willingham.
Edna Cllnkscales. ?Ruth . Parker,
Dorothy Cox, Carroll Brown. Rufus
Acker. Ruth Cox, Joseph Berlin, Stella
Mae, Baylors. Mabel Watkins. Elisa
beth \ Adams, r Mary Haynle, Mary
Major, Lucite Parker? Bertha M. Cul
lum. Lots Todd.
First sBd Pta* Advanced.
?Jiura M< Armstrong, Trume7
Brooks, ll ora oe Brooks. Charlie
Brooks, Edna, Burns, Eugene Cut
Kennedy school'*s a vory
school, lt is n two story brick
?ig ?ritb fourteen large rooi
have new desks and large
and a playground. At rec
girls play jump tbc rope, bali,
whip and many other games,
the boys play marbles and h.
We have fine time?.
Miss Jean Harris tn teach!
seventh grade girls sewing and
Mr Chambers is teaching
Washington's birthday was
ed by several grades with non
speeches Thc seventh grade
very Interesting program.
Saturday afternoon thc t
from the achoola wore invited
reception. Washington's and
pictures were decorated with,
and ferns, which made.lt very
The girls have a camp fire cl
go for long walks in the w
havo a fine tl nie. Miss Major
leader. Mrs. Chambers taught'
to make "spoon biscuits." They
very good, but mine did not V
to be very good.
Miss Major read us a sketch
the now International Di
which we thought was very
ls an illustration of the new,
if pronouncing Words. The wo:
spelled like the sound with the
One ot tho teachers went .
now And-- -son Theatre tho ott
ternoon to Bee "The Sign of thu C
as 8ho took her seat, someone
her ask the question, "ls that Ne
Last Friday Col. Lev/la Cam
gave ua some real interesting- >|
peniegs of bis personal oxperli
during tho "War Between thc S
We enjoyed having Col. ' Cam
very much and bope ha wilt
back t" see us again.
SARA FRANCES STEPHE
.We have a nice new Behool
Mr. Chambers Is teaching
seventh grade boys manual
.The first thing that they made'
bench hook to keep the new
from getting scratched up. Tl
thing was a flower stick, then a :
stand, a coat hanger, a bread;:
and now they are making,a
chair. This will be on disbt
some of Ute stores up town.
Misa Jean Harris ls teach)
girls to, sew. They are making"
of pretty things.
Our teacher is Miss Eliza Maje
take In school every morning
o'clock and ha>b one recess at
peat ten and another al twenty
bte* after twelve.
In a few wooka we will get .
ball team and pick out the beat
to play. We hope to win some
from other boys in town.
Mr. Chambers teacheH the
drill almost every day.
The teachers bad a party
and they ali had a fine time.
Tho glrlB cleaned the school
d it was nico and clean.
We think that we have tho nt
school in town.
breath, Frances Drake, Harold
Samuel Feat, Sara Graves.
Griffin, David liaynie, Hobble
Marguerltto Harris. Nancy 1
Helen Hanks, Leonard Horton,
McCuen, Mortimer Pooro, C.
Smith, Nan Trammel I, Eugene
son, Ruby Tollison, Sam Va
Mary Acker, Carrie Acker, Mabel
Gladys Johnson, Frank Joh'
O O O O OO o o o o o oo o o
o BISHOP'S BRANC
o o o o ot? ooooooooo
The Behool improvement associai
met Thursday afternoon. Thc nu
dence was unusually good,
lowing program given by mc;
tho association was greatly enjoy
Music-(Misa Loila Wilson. A
"The New South and th
. Debate, Received, Tbat wot
should be allowed to vote-Open \
Jokes-Rev. R. W. Xelsbu.
Dialogue-r" '?ind the Sofa.
Music-Mia- lucila Wilson.
i Deports from the commut?e
Improvement j. that might bc m adi
the retool grounds omi the iiu?
. ot Uta building were heard. It
decided to have "clean-up day
March 20. Plana were made for
ting out flowers On the Behool grr*
A number of men spent ist Maj;
morning Inproving our sc
We were not fortunate enougl
get holiday on Washington's birth
but honored his memory with op
prhvte exercises on Friday, then
.Bessie and Alice Whitten, who
attending school In Greenville, s
the woek-end with their father.
A. li. Whitten.
Our base ball team was dit'uppi
sd te not getting a game with
Etmoylo last Friday. Thc M
team bad Another game planned
that time. We bon? to iw.> the v
at some later'date.
Mies Lucy Haddon xpr>nl the v.
end at I Ki nu ld ?. /