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Clinton Clintonian (Newspaper) - September 8, 1911, Clinton, Indiana AND EACH 23. SEPTEMBER 8,1911 Over 65 Will Contest List Shows There Will Be and promise to of week A feature of tlie show that two very days to be of considerable when horses are to be is the riding contest of including nearly all ilic over 6,) years of Some es that exhibited of the of the Civil davs last from the war suggested this and a interest horse number of them and probably the williers who think they ciui ride as be well W. S. as and L F. who have be on It. is the of the show to give these a to uct things to coins around place of honor in the parade on Thursday to the make every minute M. W. S. animals will be exhibited i F. L. Swinehart and B. on along by the i have supplied automobiles for iire after i advertising and some of the riding | er with all other fonns of driving contests may be trans- tising resorted insure that to Blackman The the event will be well known and city council gave jt is thought ithe crowds wiil be day for the or the j They are to be ap after show and the is to pay for the extra police at White Home Highly Pleasing To Veterans and of the most interesting and generally enjoyable reunions ever held in this or counties was that of Co. 85th Indiana and other survivors of the Civil war at Ren Mf substantial farm home north of Thursday of last were forty-seven veterans around the banquet from Co. and the others representing the various C. Co. C 83th, Terre LI Co. C 83th, Terre H. Co. Terre Co. B. I T. Co. J. 24tli Ind. SCHOOLS SM FALL TEl For These Schools And Other Data Are Given regiments in the A. Sixth Indiana FOB OTHER in Township and School Co. Ind. Clinton public schools open The pupils will nas planned a expected to assemble in the the same day joined in with | Co. 110 j they left last and after familiar face of E. moments to the secretary of Co. Sol had mailed the he having recers Jeff Co. moved up to Ind. i supplied by W. H. Co. 123 rd ' of the and those reporting on they will be excused for the The teachers are to meet the coming event can be lamed from the advertising on page 7, this Land Puts on Harris Park At of Old Sixteen Reunion Shows Event Was Very new factor has entered the Tiie Sixth Annual Reunion of local realty and has begun i Old school was held Sept. a vigorous advertising i down by that noted for the sale of lots in Harris I About were near Dunsen This is | ing four of the old teachers and the Shepherd i about forty some of whom nie F. Shepherd at | came many miles to be Mr. Shepherd has J witli After a dinner which surely men who ed that good cooks were in the capital and President i a social hour was Harris of a short business session was is one of tiie leading members the company and the elected at of moil paid to Clinton the and become itie a good near for Uie of plans to pusti our the Tiie of tlie in ncs d witli in W. Reeder and G. Davis being supplied by veterans made it j pleasant traveling to and from the There was a crowd of i more than twice as Thomas Co. 43rd as the gathering of | The banquet a-j Co. 18th which the 47 first j Co. ISth R. H. Co. 6th they were served with hands anxious to do them honor and glad to see them enjoying the Isaac Co. more filled to capacity j Terre and then partially refilled once more S. A. Co. 9th Tenn. before all The W. R. C. members followed the war erans at tlie C. M. president of the who now lives in presided and offered He also was one of tlie Others who spoke Capt W. T. Crawford of Beckman of Terre D. C. Johnson of Clinton and two at 2 to discuss matters pertaining o the coming will be no change in the high school but owing to resignations and additions to the grade faculty the following of last year's force will not be seen among the Miss Miss Miss and Miss who during the latter part of last while the following will be new members of the Miss Helen Miss Florence of Terre Miss Hattie of Miss Myrtle Tinkham of Carlisle and Miss Ada Tichenor of and two others yet } to be all for the Central Pleasant 50th remainder of the Co. 7th H. Co. 6th Co. 6th Ind. G. D. Co. 153rd in and Mrs. Skidmore a program of letters deaths reported of of W. P. j I Oil by recited a it -A liad arranged old Short r. H. W. Co. Penn. of the Relief Mrs. Co. K. 3d U. S. riet Campbell and Past President J E. Those C. S. Co. 123d are strong in their praise of this ' Tcn as the best they ever and all give a full measure of praise to Die speakers and A. Co. make no feature of the was F. M. Co. Gth Ind. forded by the Mr. playing of the war time Co. Gth Ind. faculty will be as Miss Mary F. Rogers of Terre MIbb Nana South Alice Miss Iva Terre Miss Alice Miss Edna T. Elizabeth Davis and Mabel Coburn of Clinton will be in the Church Columbia school faculty will Miss Rose Myrtle Slary Indianapolis and Miss Helen the grade rooms of the high school building Flora and Miss Eleanor Snively will j iii Schools township the of Klondike where a new is j under will begin nexT The high faculty will i A. G. Miss Terre Miss J. J. Co. 31st The structure be for the room at will De ready and the second HOME BRIDE lieu lo oi Wo ti y this a haJ bt cn until Miss The at home of a The ai the station by Coorge A. in his to the home of the Mr. and Mrs. Flora of south Fourth 2 friends and and enjoyed a wedding in honor the wiHl live with the groom's parents Mr. and have the best of a of freinds both here t d canio M K. arc- due the his for cleaning fixing up Lewis drove ind. and W. 111. io noie tiie have iiy nhf and marches on the same violin he carried through ilie Mr. White is an accomplished in the class of music J t by a trio of Ed Mrs. I Co. Mist Co. Beatrice O. J. C. Co. A. and it v. hi be has necessary to have for tlie including tiie all the is believed Patton whose ness appreciated greatly are H. 1). R. John W. H. Dr. C. M. White and Ed Mr. and Mr. As the crowds alighted from these j or from other they by Mr. or to speak Orderly Sergeant ' and his There was i j an air of about the | whole occasion that added greatly j to the pleasure of the event Mary of Sown was the of aj very given to ol the was simply At noon j bounds of the appetite table IN MINE I did to a James Those present v. brought into the Mr. and K. A. Mr to receive Mrs. A. S. Mr and ho having been by a and El nest and baby Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. and J. L. lie v. and Mrs. S. Mr. and Mr. and and Mrs. Nova ON SERIOUS CHARGE Messrs. Otto Rhyan and Will Shorter BY and Kosa Sat tie were married at the office of Guinn by hist each placed under in Justice Walker's to answer a serious by Mrs. Ida Some Misses Mary other men are to be in- and Helen Lola and Adella Fanar and Marv J Polish Slavonic ian National Christian the Holy Trinity received a charter the secretary of this Rev. Pociecha is This church is not allied w t he Catholic and Mrs. R. Guinn were over to Sunday men a b g fry down the of Miss teacher in the Normal at Terre Haute will be sorry to learn she feli at St. Mary's Sunday morning and sustained a broken Cari Is. visiting his relatives at White started the program by calling Uie which two members of the company having died since last These were Samuel J. land Thomas both of near year will mark the fiftieth anniversary of the in of the and and it was agreed there should be a regimental reunion at Terre and tlie company reunion be merged with following veterans were D. M. M. Elisba T. M. for the Rank and Meribah E. Williams tell to How won you the glorious hand salutes to the Rank and While lips bravely I but these won the for the Rank and what were our or fame ' And where its glory and all And what of our little and Had they mocked at our Country's direful And the Flag of the Free to fall Hurrah for the Rank and File cheers for the gallant Generals 1 Three cheers for the Officers all And three times three for the Boys who sprang To meet half way screeching shell and the foe that living Hurrah for the Rank and File Heart School The Sisters are in every way qualified for their chosen Pupils For New state licenses to teach ic tlie ask no one what his ligious maybe nor do any way to is a testimonial of moral and grade Bolin furnishes the ing statement regarding tlie ing of the Parochial of this week the of who have returned to the parochial school attended by began the enrollment of before coming to The will be open to tbe lor the All i. inspection Sunday branches of the common schools up | is the eighth grade are included inj All curriculum of their have been can be started on tiie end ward by the middle of the all schools in the connir which didn't begin last start off next The following are the lists of Helt St. Minera B. F. Mrs. B. F. Grace Elmer E. Mortimer assistant principal music and Miss sevens Lizzie fives and Esther threes Mabel Edna 17Principal, Homer Mrs. C. A. Agnes Mabel O. Roy M. Leatha Gertrude Eugene James grades 5 and 6, Roy 3 and 4, Mary D. R. Asst. M. R. C. grammar Bessie Mary 1Abbie 3A. J. 10Grace J. 11Dale 112PiTincipal, George Kate 13E. R. 15Clay instead or The there has The for the is is the list as out by Trustee Robert Margaret Ethel Enid Jennie James and 2, No No. East 5, Hazel 1 Euth Teal Bessie 1. 7, M. Nema 8. 1 room 2, Adena 10, Clarence Minnie No. 11. West M. 12, Coon 13, Anna 14, ' Klondyke use of the opportunity ta inspect their school aand acquainted with the value tSan education as acquired the ' of the ial method drinking fountain wll be put in next Being a the attention will be given to music and fancy special reserved for caret of expert taat tbe general IN whose lease was procured by the riots of was and in Justice following a in which Resario ciano A girl but in manner was oot clear to Mr. and
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