Typed as spelled and written
Lena Stone Criswell
THE MARLIN DEMOCRAT
Thirteenth Year - Number 33
Marlin, Texas, Thursday, October 16, 1902
A picture of the high school in a body was taken last week and was very good.
The program for the R. E. L. society on Oct. 10 was:--
1. Quotations from Lowell, class.
2. Life of Lowell, Mabel Chambers.
3. Reading, Selection from Lowell, Wyatt Thomas.
Debate: Resolved, that Lowell rather than Longfellow is the
representative poet of America. Affirmative, Rosa Clark;
negative, Harry Bykowsky.
(Debate was probably intended to be No. 4-lsc)
5. Current events, Louise Finks.
6. Decision of judges.
The society will devote the entire month's work to the study of Lowell and his poem Vision of Sir Launfal. One of the afternoon's programs will be devoted exclusively to to (sic) the recitation of the poem by the club.
The teachers of the city schools had their regular institute Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5. The program as published in the Democrat Sept. 16 was carried out. The subject of unity in school government was thoroughly discussed.
Miss Frank, tardy marks, 0; new pupils, 0; attendance excellent.
Miss Wright, tardy marks, 0; new pupils, 0, attendance, good.
Miss Ingram, tardy marks, 0; new pupils, 0, attendance, good.
Miss Owens, tardy marks, 1 new pupils, 0; Attendance, poor.
Miss Robinson, tardy marks, 1; new pupils, 0, attendance, good.
Miss Torbett, tardy marks, 1, new pupils, 0: attendance, good.
Miss Sellars, tardy marks, 3; new pupils, 1; attendance, good
Miss Fain, tardy marks, 3; new pupils, 6; attendance good.
Miss Buckingham, tardy marks, 2; new pupils, 0, attendance, good.
Miss Elam, tardy marks, 0; new pupils, 0; attendance, good.
Miss Barclay, tardy marks, 1; new pupils, 7; attendance, good.
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by The Democrat, Marlin, Falls Co., Texas