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Tyrone Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Tyrone, PennsylvaniaPromotions for school pupils superintendent Fleck makes assignments to rooms list is Here published Man love Edith Ester Rachel t Tiara Llose Knour Virginia Luke Rosa Jeanette Vansyoc Tom Hall Ler com Hardy sue abet Penderr a ii Ailey Clifford Middleton Helen paste Margaret Eva me Muller shot Ida Kerlin Naomi Lighty Warl Arr Katharine Vaid Weli Earnest commercial department primers Cynthia Ross Edith Tate Bessie Way Raymond Mash Leiea Vogt Walter Rison Meredith truth Mew Lith Agnes Freeman Edward Hirst room 13 miss Augusta Hoffman Stroup Forrest Miller Cis Miller Naomi Miller Lester pal Paul Little Marian Miller Joseph Nail James Austin Stella Bathurst Luella Billett Verua Brice Don coch1 teacher Barbara Bonsell Harriet Toon mass Anua Stewart Teachen Clare bobbins Robert dodgers Padoue Katharine sic Luer Edwin ran domed d Cryder James Davis bos Worth Albert Cree Azimou Deen Albright Marian Bowes j i Clarence Singer Florence Snyder Stewart Elisabeth Stewart Richard Lawrence Deferie Roberta Evelyn Dolan Esther High Carrie Cox Paul Edmoudson Snyder Verua Snyder William j Waring Ralph White Lester Yost Ger Jess Fisher Mary Freeman Kuth Gate Dallas Glasgow Miriam Senberg Clay Musser Tressa me Stonebraker Esther Thomas Adaline Katherine Condo Thelma Bouse Luella Fulton Ida Hendershot Paul Haupt Esther Isenberg Jessie John Nason Stanley Pierson Wesner Hazel Wighaman Robert i Katie Montier Edgar Myers Jessie jul Erst Annie Irwin Lillian left Leah Ston Samue Keith Frank Mccormick Franklin Miu lips James Patton j Woodring Viola Eckert Eftie Wert Jneil Emily Stouer Myers Beatrice Meehan Alice Mich William Morgan Gilbert Musser rob1 Charles Rodgers James Reed James Franz Harvey Frautz Grace class Elizabeth atenian Rich Al Mary Purdue Dorothy Schirm Bert Patterson Agues Piper Stanley Troutwine Margaret Austin Myrtle Ferrenberg Katharine Ard camb jul Elizabeth Flenner Doro Complete roster of the Public schools for the coming will August Fleck also announces matters of general information the list of promotions and assign mints of pupils in the Tyrone Public Jeaniette schools As arranged by superintend ent h s Fleck for the school year beginning August 30th 1909 is com1 plated the assignments for All the schools Are published today Bertha Schirm Ethel Sholle Beer Koy some Edmund Yon Ella Cass Graves Norman Heberling Alice thy Fortney Mabel Gill Radii Fred Florence Smith Clara Stewart Tro italine John Westley Robert Harry Callen Russell Chancy Maurer Ruth Mccurdy Loraine Hedding Esther Irvin myer Klivan Ian West Mary Wighaman Edna wig Hanian Hawlie Everts Mary fish Jasph Grogg John Hoffman Raymond Mitchell Lawrence Stewart Mary sky Luella Krise Roland Mcclintock Wighaman Alice wooden Frank Ruth Ginter Leroy Haupt Edwin Jointer Edwin Isenberg John Keppy Woodring Effle Wertz Draper Mccune Virginia Myers har Merman Hoffman Puline Jones Laura r0beii lower Letitia lower room r miss Linda Curfman teach old Oster Maurice Scott Ida Shoen Junior 17 classier Russell Mcconahy Edith men ilk Howard merrits Clara Mcmanamy or Mary Albright Viola Albright Kopf Mary Ann Sickler Helen Wil Cal department Paul lower Demaud Miller Virginia Price Harry n Arje Paterson Ethel Parsons Harry Virgil Beery Harold Beringer Fred son Jean Wolf Ward Miller Margaret Bayer Helen Sellers Esther Shildt Grace Woomer need Lawrence Rodgers Wright Briggs Helen Edmondson Claire fowl room miss Leah Templeton Calderwood Pansy Cowher Margaret room i miss Jennie Neff teacher Wiley Lorinda Ross Marian Smith j Ler Margaret Fulton Amber Gardner teacher a Bailey Isa Grazier Gertrude Herzog Edith la Robert Ammerman Paul Bailor Fra Caroline Sinclair Winifred Umholtz i Merle Givler Susan Grazier Edith Belle Eyer Carl Grove Glenn Grove Caster Katharine Moore Frances murj68 bel1kanch Bennett Murray can George Frye John Morrison Carland William Hicks Bessie Jones Philip Haagen Richard Haagen Dock Earls Russell Ruth Copenhaver do Helen Copenhaver Walter Pau Miles Jesse Woodring j Nannie Kling Paul Lehner Emma Frank Hoover Helen Montier Eleanor Freeman Alice Goheen erty fays Dickson Sara Ebling Dale toll Han Leitzell Lee Mccurdy Helen Mcgoy Mcclintock Max Myers Ralph Neil Ruth Hill John Crawford Virginia Edmondson licit Ellenberger Paul eve Loon miss Erma Reed Leauner in Charles Mckee Margaret Mckee George port Robert port Violet Sals Hesser Esther Hiller Karl Houser Esther Everhart Victor Getz Isle Wibell Adams Isabel Bailor Mil Myrtle Meneal John Miller Thomas Berry John Sickler Harold Waring Sara Lowrie Esther Mccormick Giguer Gray Ruth Griffin Dpi Batcheler Earl Ca Hmitchell Mack Reeder Gilbert Sarah Williams Joseph Wilson Nial i c tit flt 1 Jewis 3111 old h or l i j 11 i i 111 i i Vii a 1 o Iuro t i n4 All o in it r Tki Bernard Mcneils Bessie 3ertha Lewis Hample War Arine Palm Miller Helen Rhodes Margaret Russell Harry Holly Florence Tate Irvin Plummer vey Hanson Edith Hanis Chester Hoover Isabel Houck Richard Huss Schopp Vyrtle Sollenberger Cora Robert Wolf tools Are published today j Luzier Woofer Lva hits Houck Clara Kiei Izle Frank Mccans Sara Andrew Lowrie Alice Snyder Victor Stonebraker Gilbert h Bateman Chester the Standard of scholarship adopted Flat Mcneil Susie Milligan Esther Milligan Chau Mcmullen John Mcmullen Lynn Stewart John Jiuhui pc Jim la fennels Marie Van Bollinger Ethel Cox Blair Foust by the school Board and required to commercial Denart Uey 1ipcr Mabel fighter sri Kane rus Mitchell Jed Moore Zenovia mors Coyoc Rose Watson Earl Woomer Elizabeth Herzog meryl Huling entitle a Pupil to promotion reads As g01ge Goodman Van Haslett Sel Reasi Smith William Swartz Rissey Edison prie8t Grant Stone Daisy Brumbaugh Mana Lewis Horace James Johnton Dora Klivansky Edna follows to entitle a student to Emma Burle Jmargaret Stine Minnie Trimble Paul Helen Tate John Watson ones promotion no Branch shall be below Margaret Steele Edna cupper Bertie Cuppe Nelson Mildred Schoenkopf Harriet 70 per cent and the average of the branches for the year shall not be below 80 per cent much care has been taken and Laboi spent in keeping a Complete tabulated record of each pupils work in tie Charles Johnson Gilbert Kanour Paul Josepn Anli role Robert Bonsell Elf Liao i in Zoeth a vices Kienzle Nina Miles Reed Miller Tilbrook Ethel Bartlebaugh Mary Ben Nier Cooil Cloyd Everhart Edward Mildred inny John Graves r Ham Neff John Reader Cora Hamer Yon Winifred Chaney Ralph dry War Hewlings Kurl Lucas Lizzie Mcmurl Heinley Charles Lilly Cecelia my Covern Frank Miller Ruth Ren get kled hul1btnel Leech Earl Len Goldt David Musser a Matthews Howard Snyder Versel Paul Viertz Vernon Wertz Rebecca West Joseph Antikoll Robert Bonsell Elma be i Elizabeth Davidson Smith Smith John Temple Ruth ton Ruti Weston Roy Wolfgang ill Isabelli Marie Silknitter Nell re Arnolds Ivaloo Cecelia Kcf govern Frank Miller Hutu jw1 Jou leu Robert soul Cut David Musser an Lai tues wow Arci Biyer Versel Millarr mind Cox Bradley Frazier Perdue Holen Plummer Mary Ray Maqi Rigg Margaret Waite Geneveve a Spyker Carl Woomer Sarah Viola Hamster Lenetta Herzog Harry Ruth Schurm Ernest skipper Lva i Welsh Charles White Inez Halligan Kling Thelma Heverly Jane Trimble room 4 miss Mary Reamy teacher Irvin Earie Little Raymond Lyle Blair Henderson William Heverly Jaisey David Borman Jacob Emma Fred Anderson and room 4 w h Woomer principal several branches throughout the year Goth Mojie 38 Kilmartin Catharine Schell Mcmullen John White Robert White Baer Althea Beery easter Bena Brice Ruth Carpenter the report books sent to the parents Harriet borrows Eliza red Shaip Bernard Sausaman Dixon Ford Myrtle Biddle Alice Burford Helen Eyre Philip Klivansky Grace and guardians at the close of each Gallagher Maurice Cryder her Ronol r miss Reaunette Wilson room 4j Wiss Erraa Reese cites Minnie Cowper Cla Lewis Richard Lukenbach Maurice month for inspection mid endorsement Moji Oscar Harris Ralph teacher Charles Blair Henry Conseil or villian Allison Harold Fleck ence Croft Ethel de Nyanna Dixon Mccann Margaret Mcneils Marie Haupt Gertrude Haist Earl Keith Gertrude Elci Gladys Bailey William Hester pipe k Vaughn Fry Frances Helen Eckert Theodore Fields Mil port Virginia Scullin Ursa Stoner Cei Njamin Jones Joseph Ammerman Cook Edwinl Cupples Howard caller Gibson John Grazier Pearl Krider dred Ruby Fowler Helen give Frances Reynolds Luther h Tate Elizabeth Voecking Virginia Borman Wood Robert Everts Gertrude Unk Gerini in Unuer Charles Long Ler Mabel Kling William Lighty Milruth Council Elsie v Ermine Ada fully set Forth the standing of the in Pil Aad the requirements for promo Tion the students of the Leigh school who failed in one Branch and whose John Goheen Irvine Hamer Florence Meivin Finnegan Clyde Guenley Carolyn Mentzer dred Luchs Norman Maurer Carrie Foust Mildred Mcclintock Jessie High Margarct Hiller Ruth Igo her Gates Halcu Graffius Leo Hample Millef Francis Neil Malcolm Miller Jessie Miller Edna Morrissey mixer Blaiche Silknitter general average is not below 80 per Arthur Jones Margaret Ohn Hoffman Margaret Kienzle in Philiips Stonebraker Charles Nevman Clace Peary Esther j b Bransletter cent May be examined in the Branch Jones Pearl James Mccann Dreu Laurie Elsie Lancaster Evelyn Sto Toffer Robert Kloss Mary Purdue Paul port cur Ray Edgar Charles con ii Lawrence Flenner in which they failed and if found null Cilester Jmc Cunt a mock Helen Maffit Edna Maffit Pearl a diaries Dii Tbs Robert Duey Marie 1obbins John Shellenberger Arthur Gerald Harpster Joseph Hedding Pali died advanced to a higher Grade 1ie Mue Wiki am Miller William Miller Esther Michaels Mahlon port Getz Goheen Joseph Griffin Snyder Oliver Snyder robot Snyder Clarence Ferzog Frederick Hiller hard working pupils who iacued in Lowry Lwrence Piper Dorothy Reed Brulc Russell Tressa Rodgers Esther Martha Hairer Frank Hoffman Mary Florence sri ankle Ralph Thomas i 2dna Irvin Elizabeth Myers Mercer two branches will not be debarred Rothrock Leone Scheli Nelross Smith Paul Thomas Hoy Robert Kennedy Helen Kling Maud Van Coyoc Jesse Waite Ralph in cute Fay Templeton Helen fro the above mentioned Erni Naen sell sol Smith Mary Swartz Wertz Weston Marsain Frauk Lehner made in Welsh hold Wertz Raymond Wes j in Ompson Charles Opoyke Clarence Tion Vii cd will occur on the opening a Julg Robert Austin Viola Saret Young Kirjath Weston Gilbert Al re a Jalonen Paul Phillipston Paul a7erua Woodring Varing Sylvia George of the schools such pupils however Neaston Samuel Pressler Charles Owens Winifred Gardner Abbie pow12spiin piece Sarah Woomer Joseph Margaret Comer Earl Adams James Brown James Castranio Gerald Graz must show evidence of work Don Cassady Mary Hilder Brail Ruth e11 Margaret Hall Ochneider Umholtz Margaret Shoenberg Gussie Trimble Harry Denny Mazie Hardy Ier Willis Irvin Bessie Ort Luther since the May examination i with Reamy Imogene we Smargaret Burley James Kahlor Rob Carling Eorge tetters Thomas medal Hildebrand Charles Hoff Eliza arson Ivaloo Schirm Marion shirk those pupils who failed to attain Viola Frantz Harry Peary Esther Ert Meehan Lee Miller Wallace White a Linen Howard Miles William Hoff Laura Meredith Bessie Neal White Herbert Williams the required percentage will find their st0nebraker Mabel Austin Moore Raymond Cowher j names recorded in the school to which Der room 10 miss Bertha Boob teacher Rooue 3 miss Grace Jones teacher room 3 miss Alice Lighty teacher Protection to liver men they belonged last year also those who absented themselves from the Al examinations will be enrolled in the same Grade to which they when they withdrew last session the vaccination Law will be Nior ced juju Occle jul Oil on the opening Day of our schools to Hannah Cook Veraa Daugherty Annie Al waste Marguerite Maffit Sarah Hilda Garland Hannah Grajer Robert i Veimau As to were the animal is c tnn0 Atherine Givler Edna hand Manita Hunter to be driven Avet Elizabeth Houser Margaret Kling the new act provide that any per Ferie Birns Goodwin Emmet Mildred Kobert Rine Kienzle Ficie Ilce Moore Walter Frederick Campbell David Christine april 27 1909 it is a serious offence Lutock Loert Muser Glair Stine 15ves Rachel Thelma Fleck Reed 2eija Soi Moil Edwin Dover Elmer Croft Christena Cupp Walter to hire a horse from a livery stable Tohn it pie Melv Una Benfary Neuse Gray Clyde Hus j Violetta Waters Ralph Westley Syl Davis Jacob Denny Greta Ferrenburg and give wrong information to the ui1u r trin a in i o if in i i i t i 1 t i t i to a Complete record of All those who filed certificates of successful vaccination last year was kept such pupils need not again present their certificates All other applicants for and uu7abetli Goheen Lillian Oraf flus Mission must according to Law ave Seanor Hoffman Elizabeth Laird a sent certificates the superintendent Dassah Law Katharine Lukenbach urges that parents of first year pupils Aima Montier Louise Owens Dorothy Edni Ond Virginia Lehner Elva Lesher Mason or persons who shall wilfully or Hanson Lewis Lois Miller Charles me negligently abuse the Confidence re John Keefer Mary Mcconahy Sarah Neal William Miles Alonza Miller posed in them by keeper of teams Oscar Vogt Monroe Mulei albeit lodgers Harry Mckelvey George priest nire by driving the said team a Ellwood sheeder Rhodes Walter Rorabaugh further than that contracted for at the time of hiring the same r slip tit have these Little ones vaccinated at Smith Rhoda Trego Edna White Souffie Horny us Kike Wlllie Leech i Alexander once in order that the sore arms Paui Nolan Robert Flenner Joseph room May have Opportunity to heal before John Hiller William Hoover Telcine the opening of school Jessel Huston Harold Lucas Robert mugs Adeline Albright Clyde am Trimble Elizabeth Wilt Reeder David Schirm Harry Woodring James White William Snyder Anna j Snyder a without reporting and making known be Weyer Clarence Widne Mary b Snyder Marian Troxell Hazel extended use shall be liable to Crouch Charles Zeigler Catharine Batcheler j Woomer Huebert Woodring Clifforda Fine oi10o or thirty Days in jail All children who will be six years old on or before january will be admitted at the school term those Merman Rhoda Bowes Katherine Thelma Huss Gilbert Kessler Frank Weston Robert Zizmor Botn at the discretion of the court the age of six years Between january Eyel John Gates Sara Grazier mil011 Parsons Howard Reed i first and april first following will be dred Henderson Ethel Henderson vh0juia Stewart Marv Stover Mac i admitted immediately after the Noli Harry Hoffman Harry Hoover Saussaman Harold Tromp j warn Day vacation according to Law Sel Isenberg Rose Kienzle Alice Kilton James Vanscoyoc Persou Joseph or school boards can limit the Entrance Martin Elizabeth Livingston Ethel Vanscoyoc Beryl West Olaf Adams Avenue bul dog of beginners into the Public schools Mccormick Dorothy Mem Nunger Ruth wide Cyl Estner Watson Mamie to two periods of one week each Oberly Edna scruders Eugene Butler but Herbern Clayton Cassidy 2 miss Lina Reese j Merman a Bickmley sittings Louisa in addition the livery Man May hoover1 Fred Trout collect double mileage and twice the Esner amount of any injury suffered by eith miss Grace Merriman horse or Carriage Reed Helen Reed Ite Acner Donald Albright John Baer there has been a recent Case in George Taylor Earl Rodgers John Kathryn Boyer Anna Campbell Cla Point at Tyro tie w c Foote a travel Thomas Waring Tolin Gas ence Cowher Walter Dean Edward Ling mall is now under Bond to an Umholtz Dysart Glair Eckert Rebecca Givler j ser for the death of a valuable horse i Samuel Kennedy Robert Leitzell Willica be hired at g b Shellenberg the course of the school year these Ammerman James periods will be the week beginning Brown Isabel cams Stein Hazel August 30 and the week immediately following the Holiday vacation High Avenue Freseman Elizabeth cow ii Victor Krider Helen a Shollenberger Florence Murphy Ruth Sharp Charl Swise Cora Patterson room s Tiss Jannetta Wertz teach Send the children to school on the Jarales principal Delia Burer Charles Benson William Brewer Day of the opening Send them Robert Biddle George Calder Vienna Brown Van Cree Eleanor Coin by Send them at the proper time Christie Davis Robert Davidson y Allen Grazier Samuel Graham Myra tardiness is unnecessary it is Fulton Bert Gardner Nettie gun Griffin Virginia Gunsaullus James hav s miss Anna Trostle teacher florins Banks Charles Camp Bell Paul Dysart Ruth Edmundson Howard Gardner Pau Gardner Kyle Goodman Hannah Heverly Florence Hildebrand Harry Huntsman Esther Kennedy Harry Kling Elleu Lewis Orris Meneal Foster Miller May John Lewis Gilbert Lucas Helen Mccurdy Clao Meneal Dorothy Meneal Karl Meredith Anna Miller Mand Mil Ler Robert Miller Ivan Ray Ruth ers livery stable last week it is alleged that he gave Hannah As his destination when he hired the animal but drove much farther the horse Sprankle Dorothy Stonebraker Glenn died soon after it was returned to the Stonebraker Homer Stover Louis Vanetta Louise Vanscoyoc Bessie Wilson Thelma Wertz Paul Weston Miller Arthur Morrissey Margurite i Gertrude Woomer Samuel Lewis Roy called for not two per cent of our Ruth Grazier Marie cupper Robens Westley Hewlings Ronald Houck pupils who attend regularly fail in est Heberling Wilbur Curfman Carl Walter Hamer Gertrude Herr Flor their work almost All of the failures Karns Ionia Karns Mary Hahn May hand Mary Hoffman Are caused by irregularity on Acra Liall Jauier Marjorie Purdy Grace Florence Heverly William Laurie i Palmer Margaret Purdue Parker Ray Ada Rhodes Alma Ross Schirm Charles Singer Wilbur Snyder oly i Stonebraker Walter Stonebraker Burford 1iarl Carson Benjamin cram p ton Mario Dean Clarence Hicks Helen Lehner Mary Maurer stable this Case came up for hearing be fore Justice of the peace w f Taylor in Tyrone last thursday w l Pas Coe Esq represented or Sholley Berger and h c Quilgley of Belle Fonte looked after the defendants count of the crowded condition at Dora Ray Jonn Snyder Edward Adams Avenue building the Sopihoi Shollenberger Mamie Snyder Esther More class will be centralized at Tlle t it Rohmeyer Edith Stewart Ruth Logan Avenue building Ruth Lancaster Clair Moore William Miller Virginia Mattern Esther my cans Joseph Reeder Mary Rothrock Wertz Edna Weston Clara Stone Brake Florence Robinson Charles Sims har the departmental system will Obel Claire Turnbaugh Ruth bid Leold Stonebraker Helen Spyker fran Tain in that portion of the High school f1ora Busbin Karl Davis Martin me ices Stonebraker Florence St Clair located in the Logan Avenue building Miles Mattie Stonebraker William Troutwine Winifred Updyke High school Jearl Struble Bruce Poorman Dora Lawrence Varner Hazel Varner Mil dred Eyer Harry Montgomery Frank nue and the commercial room prof i b Holsinger Helen Miller Helen Virginia Miller interests a number of witnesses Daniel Wesner Bessie Wiser Arlie j Margaret Miller Clyde nearhoof he were a avd an tending to sustain or she lengers claim and Justice Taylor held Foote ill 300 bail for his Woodring Howard Boyer Claire Ottbert Purdin Edgar Robinson Reese Chaney 15dith Stewart James Wood ring Viola Hardy Francis Fisher apartment 01 science and mathematics prof e Wilber of latin and science mrs Ida Patton of English find mathematics prof Francis of latin and history prof James Gregg principal Adams Avenue of mathematics science and English prof l l Hammond principal commercial of commercial branches High Avenue senior depart ment room is Francis Doyer Rob Lert owns Hazel Calderwood elea nor Cryder Mary Foster Claire Hoff Logan Avenue building room 14 miss Linda Vanscoyoc teacher Ruth Cox Gorton Dehaas Cloyd Foust Gilbert Gibboney Wil Liam Lowic Blair mingle Walter my ers Foster Reader Leon Schaim Amelia Tohl Joseph Biddle George Burley Robert Cowen Pearl Cowher Biggins Ruth Calderwood Vera Cassi William Graffus Paul Griffin Ruth heeler Wilbur Minich James Parsons Anna scruders George b Sellers Matilda Spencer Morgan Steele Harry Meily Beatrice Halligan Helen Jones Susan Miller Margaret Sims Ada Swayne Helen Walsh Julia Yorko William Frazier Thomas Kienzle Max Well Patton Carey Russell Wilbur Mary Evans Raymond i James Gerald Redith James Schirm 1 by Marvin Hunter Allen Hunter Helen Lewis room 7 miss Nannie Canan teacher Bernice Albright Frank Bailor Sam Uel Bennett Pauline Bonsell Fred Erick Buck Mildred Daugherty George Ebling Agnes Fisher mar Garet havens John Heidler Robert Haz Arthur Frank Cupp Blanche Kerlin Lester Peary Fred Snyder Jesse Wighaman Cora Wolfe John cupper Mack Bressler rom 7 miss Isabel Graham teacher Alverda Bressler Budd Mabel Charles cupper Thelma Dav is Agnes Lenny Esther Denny Frank Denny Paul hand Virginia Herzog John Hildebrand Helen Kennedy Alma Meehan Nellie Merritts Easty Miller Beatrice sensor Watler Schopp 33oyd Snyder Gertrude Sny Der Mildred Sprankle Harry Stuart Anna Wertz Mildred Williams Buelah i Woodring James Woomer Ray Miler Ruby Pierce Mabel Robinson Helen Esther Solomon Harold Struble Charlotte Swartz Harry Tom Liltz Ira Woomer Frederic Waring Paul Chaney Judson Dolaway Nellie John Era Rapti Noel Laura Strohmeyer Frank Magill room 6 miss Flo fetterhoof teacher Winifred Baer Violet Baer Mer dry Joseph Eschbach Verne Fleck Liam Blair Lawrence Blair Marguerite Esther Gates Mary Gray Florence boning in Donald Bollinger Harry Harple Lawrence Bollinger Mildred lamp Bill Vaughn Harry Miles Raymond Rodgers Clara appearance at the october term of Snyder Orpha Stonebraker Verna midair county court Wesner Edgar Yocum room 1 miss Anna Simons teacher Paul Adams Paul Cav son Helene Den the first Case under the new Law at Altoona was up in Alderman Craw Ney Gordon Hardy Roy Kling Gladys Fords office last week and the de Lilly Fred Miller Hattie Miller Ruth i Pendant is under bail for appearance Moore Margaret priest Edna Sessa Raan Harold Snyder Lester Stone Braker Madeline Tate John Wilson Clarence Zierick Edith Graves Park Avenue building room l miss Belle Snyder teacher a Bradley Franklin Black John Cavanaugh Donald dry Frederick Evans William Grove Roy liar Ster veda list Mes Irvin Eunice Melcher William Miller lot tie Nelson John Pavone Van Smith Ralph Stine Margaretta Stewart Margaret Stewart Frances Tate Fred Templeton Pearl White Festus con do Uretta Neil b Ermine William Klivansky Beatrice Lyle Charles at court the act of Assembly under which this prosecution was brought is most timely in its provision As the hiring of teams under false pretence was one of the most common offences practice in the state the livery Man never knew when or in what Condi Tion he was going to get a team Back once it left his barns for he had but Little Protection heretofore unless serious damage was done to the team and then in a majority of cases the defendant was Worth no property and his Only redress was in a criminal prosecution that brought no return for Stiles Lillian Stoner Albert Tohl the loss suffered now a livery Man Protection and adequate punishment roes join Mcconahy William Mitch Haupt Byron Hoy Kling Cherry Laura Crampton Ruby Fer Dorothy Weston Nellie Archon Olivo Middle Lul Idaniel Al fuss Grace Miller Walter Ronberg Guyor Fields Raymond Fow room 2 miss Helen Brooks teaches prescribed for any offender
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