News from the Frontier School

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March 10, 1887 — The Mountain School, in charge of Mr. Holmes, has, as expected with such a firm yet kind and able teacher, done very well. 

The Frontier School, at Overall, has gained in numbers and success steadily, since its recent opening, and Miss Nannie Davis, the teacher, is highly appreciated by the pupils and patrons of the Page and Warren boundary. 

The Dry Run School, under the management of Mr. J.A. Richardson, has been well attended throughout, the last month’s record being 60 pupils, with 48 average. They are progressing rapidly in their studies. 

~ From the public archives of the Page News and Courier


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