|U.S. Dept. of Interior
Office of Indian Affairs
Education- Administration Circular #401, March 12, 1910.
To All Indian Superintendents
"Report and statistics on returned students that attended non-reservation schools in so far as the success or failure is concerned."
Carlisle, Pennsylvania. (Name and Occupation Shown Below)
Ernie Black, works by the day and has sold his land.
Harvey White Shield, looks after his own business and rents his land for a share of the crop.
Joe Pawnee, none at present.
William Abe Somers, none.
Charles DeBrae, farmer.
Henry Roman Nose, none.
James Hamilton, none.
(The above Cheyennes)
Arapahoes: Comanche, none; Phillip Rabbit, none; John H. Williams, none, has sold his land; Francis Lee, none; Dan Tucker, none; Cleaver Warden, farmer; Tom Carlisle, none; Howling Wolf, none, (Cheyenne).
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School Sec. - Returned Students.
Mr. Stauffer has organized a choir composed of thirty-two members as follows: Sopranos, Theresa Lee, Dolly Stone, Mary Redthunder, Marjorie Jackson, Mary Silas, Texie Tubbs, Daphne Waggoner, Lilah Waterman, Lily Simmons, Laura Tubbs, Agnes Jacobs, Thirza Bernell, and Sarah Hoxie. Altos, Nona Crowe, Agnes Waite, A. Greenbrier, Rose La Rose, Charlotte Welan, Amelia Wheelock, and Stella Bradely. Tenors, Percy Paroka, John Goalin, John Runsclose, Harry Woodbury, Alonaon Pollock, and John Bastlan. Bass, Harry Wheeler, Fred Cornelius, Howard Pierce, William Owl, Fritz Hendricks and Thos. St. Germaine.
-October 1915 ARROW.
Last Friday evening the Mercers rendered a musical program, which was as follows: Song, Mercers; piano solo, Theresa Lee; vocal solo, Ernestine Venne; recitation, Florence McLane; violin solo, Eva Flood accompanied by Mary Pleets: vocal solo, Agnes Jacobs; anecdotes of members, Gladys McLane; recitation, Thirza Bernel; guitar solo, Christiana Gabriel, dialogue, Cecelia Swamp, Lillian Porterfield, Thirza Bernel, Phenia Anderson and Clemence LaTraille; vocal solo, Carlysle est owing to the untiring efforts of Miss McDowell and Misses Johnston and Lacrone. It was given as follows: Hymn, Joy to the World, School; prayer, Miss McDowell; "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem," ‘School; reading, "The Christmas Story,-"from Matthew and Luke, Miss McDowell; "Ring, Oh Ring, Ye Joy Bell!" Girls from Miss Johnston’s class, Cecelia Swamp, Tena Hood, Ida Bartlett, Cora Battice, and Mamie Rose; recitation, Christmas Stars, girls from Miss Lacrone’s class, Elizabeth LaVatta, Nora Grounds, Floretta Poodry, Mae Parker; duet, "Luther‘s Cradle Hymn," Inez Whitwell, Stella Veith; song, "Rock-a-Bye, Baby," Jessie Veith; recitation, "Go Forth to Meet the King," Elizabeth Kruger; "The First Christmas, " Myrtle Thomas; Christmas Carol, Christiana Gabriel; "The Story of the Other Wise Man," Mr. Nagay; Shine Forth, Oh Star of Glory; Miss Johnston’s class. "Silent Night, Holy Night," and "Onward Christian Soldiers," were the closing hymns.
December 30, 1910 ARROW
The Mercers held their meeting in Y. W. C. A. hall last Friday evening at the usual hour. The society, after transacting some business, listened to the interesting and amusing notes of the reporter. A short but interesting program was rendered which consisted of the following: Piano solo, Theresa Lee; impromptu, Grace Jones; piano solo, Mary Pleets: mandolin selection, Agnes Waite. The question debated :Resolved, "That the cotton industry is more important than the woolen." The Affirmative speakers were Rebecca Thomas and Ruth Elm; negative Lillian Walker and Phenia Anderson. The judges decided in favor of the affirmative. Miss Beach, the official visitor, gave the girls a helpful talk urging them to do their best when on the program.
February 3, 1911 ARROW
The Mercers’ Senior Program.
March 3, 1911 ARROW
The Mercers Literary Society rendered the following program last Friday evening: Society song, Mercers; declamation, Ruth Elm; piano solo, Theresa Lee; violin sob, Eva Flood; recitation, Verna Nori. The debate: Resolved, "That Washington had greater presidential abilities than Lincoln." Affirmative, Ruth Elm and Esther Moose; negative, Sadie Ingalls and Evelyn Blackbird. The affirmatives won. The-visitors were Mrs. Nori, Dr. DeForny, Clara and Pearl Bonser and Julia Guyon.
March 31, 1911 ARROWTheresa Lee, ex-student, writes from her home in Evanston, Ill., that she is well and happy.
December 1, 1911 ARRROWTheresa Lee, who went home last June, writes that she is well, and therefore, happy.
February 2, 1912 ARROWThrough a letter we learn that Theresa Lee is keeping house for her parents at her home in Evanston, Ill.November 14, 1913 ARROW.