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Normal Register from Salina, Kansas • 4

Normal Registeri
Salina, Kansas
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We take pleasure in answering fjucstions reardin the school. No stamps needed for reply. Catalogues containing courses of study and full Information, sent FREE OF CHARGE. a Address L. O.

THOROMAN, Sahna, Kansas. C. A. ami 0car Nile taught in JewGI Emma C00U7 write frm her home in I), (i. Martin and Bertha Lvou.

who" PERSONALS. Dickinson eountv. She taught the were here two vear ag ami were then eountv the pat Inter. two are now one. Congratulation.

O. (J. ha paid a vl-it recent ly. inr Clara (Jeph.irt, of I principal of August Lauber.gaver. of 'So.

I- a teacher 1 ii: Saline count Hi MitoiVice i of v. at; the mIkI at Whitewater, Kana. She I. I. in Oron.

I. P. i In Colorado. J. II.

Cock In New York CHv. Kmma Swank tenrhew at Knk-rprl-c. Mentor. Cha. Bihp of Canton, was in Salina He ha in hcol.

Horace Jeiineion man led. He ha taught in Saline count I S. Cox I attending medical lectures at Lotiiillc, Kentucky. St ud nt home, (ila-eo, Kan-, i recently. He did not lind time to vMt hi Laura Lutlil I teaching In Kucll Co.

end regard to Normal friend-. Fannie Chamber I teaching an eight month- school in Gcarv County. She -end- regard to the Normal occasionally. Edith Dopp write from her home Dclphos Kan-as. She i- a good Normalite and in high term- of our Commercial department.

Herman Hnrkwall has a Klit-r in mIiooI. Normal friend. Addie Jennings, (f "iS, in school J. M. Down farming nt Clay Center, sa.

lie wrote us recenuv. Inrrfilii hi li'i-n ti'fii'liinir In r.inciiln ohn ItUhnp clerk of the cif.v of Ida Dorllinger has spent the winter, countv. with her sister at Solomon. Salina. Belle Simmer send the Normal greet- Bertha Mcl'herson at home, Houe, I E.

B. William wa a vi-itor during the It. i. I V- I ing. She i at home in, Hickinon holnlavs.

He i a good Normalite and Geo. W. Duncan taught near Id home in Thayer countv, Nebraska. F.merson Tinkler i in a dry goods and never fail to say a good word for the school. county.

Henry Lampton will soon close a successful vear as principal of the Assaria irroccrv store at Gypsum Citv. I. L. and Winfred Beck are seeking their fortunes in Washington. Ada Yondy teaches in McPher-on county.

She attended the Saline County Teachers association, at Gypsum City, in March. Addie Crawford taught the primary department of the Bridgeport school and has returned to her home in Stevens Kana. V. S. Mvers at home, in Kredonia, Kana.

Chai. Carlson an operator at Lincoln, Kansas. Chas. and Win. Tinkler are both married.

Peter Wedel, of '8f, is a minister in Rochester, New York. John F. Harder is farming at Buhler, O. E. Bilbee is seeking his fortune somewhere in the great west.

Schools. Albert Nelson is a clerk in the dry goods store of Litowich Wolsieffer, Salina. T. E. Genet is in school again.

He taught a successful school in Harvey county. Cleland Randall returned to his home R. T. Madden calls frequently. He teaches two miles north of town.

Emmett McCarty and wife (nee Ella Davis) are teaching in California. county. Anna Thoroman has just finished her second vear of school in the first district west of town and wdl visit her home in Ohio, soon. E. E.

Morrison of two years ago and C. II Luce of last year are in school again. They taught near their homes in Barton countv last winter. at Davenport, Nebraska at the close of) last term. Ida Thomas has a position as short" hand writer in the II.

D. Lee Mercantile House, Salina. Reno county. Jas. I).

Ross of last jear is teaching in Lane count v. Nettie Lanham is at home in Gjpsum City, Kansas. N. P. Applebaugh, of '85, is in a drug store in Salina.

S. D. Iji-umhaugh taught near Lincoln the past winter. I. S.

Nelson, a srraduate of our Com- S. A. I). Harry, of 4, is principal of the schools at Covington, Indiana. A.

M. Olson is in school. His brother, E. is at home, Glasco, Kansas. Rosa Clark writes a pleasant letter from her home in Ottawa county.

Luella Swisher is spending the sum-1 mer at home, Greenwood countv. 1 C. W. Bever taught near his home in i mercial Course has held his position as "A.J. Myers taught a very successful book-keeper for a large hardware store in srhonl in Saline Countv nndis onrp mnrP Salina for several years.

II. M. Eaton and Bertha Stump of Davenport, Nebraska, were married recently. Both were students of last year. We extend congratulations and good wishes.

J. N. McCarroll reported recently from Codell, Kansas. Rice countv and is now in school. A.

T. Goodrich returned to his home in Lillie Deardorff has two sisters school this term. Sigwert Simpson intends to be 1 a Normalite. Chas. Johns and Mamie Pierce were married in January.

Thev live at Chili-cothe, Missouri. Anton Frederickson assists his brother who is clerk of the district court. He has a brother in school. Chas. A Miner wrote us a few months ago from Rawlins county.

He is a good friend of the Normal. in school next ear. Paul vSpivej writes from Abilene, Texas, his home. C. II.

Benjamin clerks in Ober's clothing house, Salina. at Vrichita at the end of last term. KittieTaggart spent last term in school. She is now at home, Mentor, Kansas. W.

F. Grosser comes to see us occasionally. His postoffice is Enterprise. Chas. Taylor is an operator at Trenton, Kansas.

He calls on us occasionally, W. M. Phillippi attended school last term. He is now on the Pacific coast. D.

M. Keefer has taught in Dickinson J.J. Eddy writes from Baldwin, where he now lives. lie says he has been in several Commercial schools, but the work done in the Normal is superior to all others. The following students of former terms entered school this term: A.

J. Myers, A. E. Doering, C. W.

Bever, J. T. Keith, Ida Keith, Thos. Kearse, T. C.

Ruppen-thal, C. H. Luce, W. W. beaver, L.

R. Kanyon, Ada Richardson, E. E. Morrison, Amanda Martin. Ida Wheeler, C.

D. Vermiflion, Addie Jennings, Nellie Deardorff, E. E. Kiefer, W. T.

Sutcliff, A. G. Sutcliff, C. W. Good, W.

M. Payne and A. M. Olson. Among former and well known students who are in school this vear are, T.

E. Genet, II. S. Nikkei, Jas. "Welch, Geo.

Bechtel, R. L. Steen, Jos. Taggart, Susie Freeman, Arch Taylor, Libbie Wheaton, Maggie Winterbotham, H. R.

Holmes, Geo. and Will Abel, Esther Oliver, Kittie Taggart and A. T. Goodrich. county for two years.k He succeeds well.

A. R. Bell writes from Graham county where he is teaching. He is planning to take a course in the Normal. W.

T. and A. G. Sutcliff and C. W.

Good of last year are in school. They all taught in Jewell county. Milard Norman is teaching a spring term of school in Neosho county. He will return to the Normal. Rose Widener was called home re J.

G. Stone and brother went to Ca'i-fornia recently. Dora Hamilton is at Lyons, Kansas in an abstract office. W. R.

Fessler has a position in the postoflice at Salina. Albert Spillmann is teaching in the Tell City, schools. B. D. Poland has been teaching near Linco'n, Nebraska.

Clara Castle writes from Seward, Neb. where she now lives. Laura Agin, Mary Bishop and Margaret Kaapcke teach in the Salina schools. Geo. Halbrooks teaching in Saline county.

He aims to be in school next year. II. A. Reese has taught in Saline county. He expects to be in school next cently, from Columbus, Ohio, on account of sickness in her home.


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