|Among the newly arrived students
are E 1 e an o r Wyrick, Josephine
Skenandore, Mina Hicks, and Mae
Hicks, from Wisconsin. Other new
arrivals are Bessie Tallbear, Lillian
Parkhurst, N e t t i e John, Fannie
Silas, and Alice Schuyler.
October 16, 1914 ARROW
NOTES FROM ROOM NO. 7.
The two highest in room No. 7 for
November were Bessie Tallbear and
December 18, 1914 ARROW
Because of exceptionally good
work, together with satisfactory
conduct, Joseph Delorrimerhas been
promoted from the Primary Depart-ment
toRoom 4; George Clifford and
Silas White have been promoted
from the Primary Department to
Room 49; Milton Brave, Robert Hill,
Jacob Herman, and Lenora Logan
have been advanced from Room 6 t
Room ‘7; and Bessie Tallbear, Julia
Day, and William Mountain have
moved up from Room 7 to Room 8.
January 8, 1915 ARROW
|Colony Courier, May 19,1910.
Jos. Black Wolf of Canton and his brother Wauchope Tall Bear of Clinton
were at Seger Agency one day last week on business regarding their land.