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Di ttn. Al Sarpy Centre, February 14, M.
Will Welsh. His remains were brought
home for burial.
At a meeting of the Philomathcan Soc
iety, we adopted the following;
Whkhras: our Heavenly Father in his
infinite wisdom ha seen ft! to call from
onr midst our fellow member, , Will
WunnxAS: flic deceased was. for n long
time nn honored d earnest worker in
our society, therefore be it
J?flJwf, that, while we do sincerely
mourn for him, who has gone, and do
deeply sympathize with the afflicted r-
onts, w feel that our loss is his eternal
gain, and fuuher he it
Jfrwto?, that the Philomatheiui hnli he
draped in mourning, and that we the
members wear craps for thirty days. And
furtlior bo it
JJk1rli that a copy of these resolutions
be sent to the parents of the deceased, and
also to the HnsvimtAN'STVjnnNY, Papillion
Timfis and Brownvillc Afoartiistr, fw pub
lication. ,li!ssiK Bain Committer
A CTromM .
Oh J that examination!
- -Winter term rinse M-nrch US
Great excitement in Philo Hall.
"Ono is enough, but dease don't dis
tribute them in pairs."
We wore made gind last week by a
visit from Professor Thompson. Thostud
onts feel tlmt he is one of tljeir warmest,
friends, and always give him a hourly
Thomas J. Brant, superintendent of
public schools hi Fremont county, Iowa,
called at our sanctum this wcelc He paid
our school a visit. May some of the
superintendents in our own state follow
Ills example. Wo would be pleased to
have a call from you any time.
The Senior class gave a reception the
evening of our lal socialite. Mr. Leslie
tawis and Miss ,lessie Hmiu performed
the duties of host and hostess. The re
mninder of the clas were the sons, daught
ers, aunt and cousin. Hie w hole school
wore invited as guests. Of course, we
had a giiod time.
An amendment has bet'n ottered to the
constitution of our society, providing for
the OniTetoiuhng Secretary to keep an
account, and report at the end of each
term the whereabouts of all mem Wis who
haw formerly belonged to the- society, to.
Srther Willi the occupation of each. Phi
los, tell tts where you arc and what you
There hs been n larger atlendeucc
in our school this term than al any previ
ous winter term since the school wtis
organized. The number enrolled is altout
two hundred, exclusive of the Model
School. The students seem to be a class
t ho mean work, and we feel that under
the able management of the picscnt corps
of teachers its uccrcw is certain.
Our students indued in a judiciary
ewrci-e in the way f a inrk trial Um
, Saturday eve in Hie case f the State cs
Hcubcn Church, defendant. The oflfcets
! in the i rial were:
Altornoys for Suite
Attorneys for Deft
i Anna Tsmran
L. A. Bales
.1. D. Oiivos
A. C. Troupe
diaries. Letlon )
T. W. ttlecklwrn )
A. a Hull f
The case was deckled in fovxr of the State,
and the defendant fined $95 and costs.
a W. Fori, T8, is teaching in La
W. jkl. Clarey closes his school ut
Bratton next week.
W. 1L LoofbMirrow, '7G, is principal
of Hie HHlsburo, Iowa, school.
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