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Common Schooe Graduates

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
March
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The Argus announced the exarnina:íods for diplomas for scholars of the eighth grade held tvo weeks ago. Yesterday Commissicuer W N. Liste r annonnced the sames of those who passed'out of the 126 applicants at the uine examinations held in this cotiuty ou ,the same day. A nuinber of the scholars were examined in a limited nnmber of studies They expect to jass the final examinations to be held May 27. Those that will uow receive i diploma are : Jnlia Henzie, No. 9, Manchester; Celia Hurrel, No. 16,fracional, Ann Arbor; Pearl L. Fifleld, íío. 12, fractional, Ypsilanti; Alice Havenport. No. 1, fractional. Webster; C. Marie Cleaver, No. 10, Ypsilanti; Gottlieb Jacob, No. 7, Sharon; Louis Kuhl, No.4, Sharon; Ada Belle Palin er. No. 5, Manchester; Ned Slayton, No. 8, Ypsilanti; Orrin Seaver, No. 3, Ypsilanti; J. Seaver, No. 3, Ypsiánti ; Mary E. O'Brien, No. 12, Angnsta, Bertha Sramer, No. 12, Ang nsta; Margnerite Kalmbach, No. 1G, Ann Arbor; William Luick, No. 4, jima; Mark J. Rast, No. tí Augusta; 5va Fitzgerald, No. 9, Northfield; Sdith Green, No. 4, Manchester; Charles Brookes, No. 9, Manchester; Alice Mnrphy, No. 9, Northfield ; Lulu STanry, Charles Nanry. Jerome Barry, Sddie Welsh, Teresa Meade4" and Clara Jarríson, No. 8, fractional Ann Arbor-'; E aun a Reno, Freedom.