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About The Ashland advertiser. (Ashland, Or.) 1893-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1895)
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NOR.TAL SCHOOL NOTES.
Ashland Public School*.
Mr. Savage, of Grant’s Pass, entered
Report of principal of Ashland Public
Schools for month endins Sept. 28, 1895. school Mondav.
Ntimkr of «lave taught, 20.
Mr. Cornutt returne«! Friday after a
Number of holidays, 0.
short visit in Dunsmuir.
Days of attendance, boys 4516; girls
Raphael luing entered school Monday.
4885; total 8901l,..
He is taking special studies.
Days of absence, boys 205k» , girls 168;
George Henriot l»ecame a student of
Cases of tardiness, boys 87; girls 63, the Commercial department Monday.
On account of the increase of students,
Whole numlier enrolled on register, two buses are run to and from the build
I m » vs 250 ; girls 246; total 496.
New scholars, bovs 250; girls 246; total
Rev. E. P. Childs, Mr. D. Walrad and
the Misses Duncan amt Holmes visited
Average daily attendance, 445.
the school last week.
Per cent of attendance, 96.
Number of visitors, 89.
The Tennis Club was organized Mon
Cases of corporal punishment, 0.
day. The foot ball is still at rest dream
Tardiness ol teachers, 0.
ing of the kicks and cuffs to come.
Davs absence <»f teachers, 0.
The students and the teachers received
an invitation toalleml the “Ladies Fair”
THE MARBLE HILL ERA is a 4 ¡»age Friday night. We all enjoyed ourselves
• weekly pa|*vr, choke full of choice immensely and appreciate the kindness
reading, only 25c per year. F«»r unique« shown us on that and on various other
ness and originality it cannot be beaten. occasions.
Sample copy free.
We are constantly hearing compli
John S. Smith, Pub. Marble Hill, Ind. ments on our “College Yell,” for all of
which we are very thankful. The latest
one was some one rushing wildly into
Department of Music
the street shouting, “dog fight! dog
” just after we had strained every
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muscle to make the • veil a srnvess.
State Normal School.
Any time during the noon hour, one
Those wishing to take music, either van see stray flats ami sharps and notes
piano, vol«» or organ, can Bee Miss of all descriptions dying up
Thomas, the teacher, at the Normal ing and against the walls and windows
building or at her boarding place, Mrs. of the practicing room of the Normal
White’s, corner First avenue and Spring School Band. Keep at it boys, after a
street. One hour lessons, 50 cents. I a » s - while, perhaps, two notes will strike the
sons given at the sch<»l or at the homes same place.
of the students.
The girls have lieen pondering over
the recent absent mimledness of the
boys, but could find no reason for it un
til the “Normal School Breezes” kindly
gave their assistance. They were spell-
bound with admiration. Please resume
At the Advertiser office.
your old style of hair dress, girls, you
Best work in the city.
are imposing upon the boys.
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