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CLINTON SCHOLARS - 1867

DCGSQ Vol IV No. 1

The Clinton Public School Scholarship: The following is a partial report of the scholarship standing of students in the Clinton Graded School for the months of Dec. and Feb. Recitations are marked on a scale of from "0" to "100". Students getting an average standing of "80" we think do well; those falling below "70" do poorly; while such as get a standing of "90" or upwards we call "Star Soholars." We here report only our "Stars."

December:  

Sallie McFarland 	95
Anna Borders 		91
Lena Andrews 		95
Fannie Clarke 		91
Lizzie Leeds 		90
Robt. Chappelear 	83
Harry Weller 		94
Flora Bogar		94
Ema Adams 		91
Callie Sloates 		92
Minnie Funk 		91
Clara Andrews 		94
Ella Woodward 		91
Hattie Robinson 	90
Ettie Phares		90
Lucy Hendrick 		91
Lizzie Wightwick 	90
Mary Beatty 		90
Laura Yazel		90
Richard Ford 		90
Alonzo Cundiff 		96 
Thorodore Ewing 	90
Clinton Nagely		93
John Hickman		93
Horace Adkisson 	90
Emma Wright		91
Nory Leeds		90
Sophia Chaffin 		94
Wealthy Hull 		90
Minnie Campbell 	90
Juliette Hardin 	93
Eva Jones 		90
Belle Howard 		92
John Medland 		91
Frank Phares		93
John Davis 		91
Lewis Hunter		90


February
  
Fannie Withers 		95
Sallie McFarland 	93
Julia Moore 		94
Belle Carter 		91
Mary Davis 		90
Mary Wright 		91
Laura Madden 		91
Mollie Mahan 		91
Robert Chappelear 	90
Harry Weller		94

Some of these pupils here reported have left unstudied one of the
branches required in the grade to which they belonged, and are not 
entitled to as much credit as others, not received as high marks,
but have manfully taken the required course of study.

M.D. Hall, Prin.

		The Clinton Public and Central Transcript
                                7 March 1867

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