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Image from page 1154 of "The uplift [serial]" (1909)

Identifier: upliftserial28151ston

Title: The uplift [serial]

Year: 1909 (1900s)

Authors: Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial School (Concord, N.C.)

Subjects: Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial School (Concord, N.C.) Reformatories Juvenile detention homes

Publisher: Concord, N.C. : Board of Trustees of the Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial School

Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

 

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arcy COTTAGE No. 12 (2) Odell Almond 12 (5) Ernest Brewer 10 (5) William Deaton 13 (6) Woodrow Hager 12(2) Hubert Holloway 11(2) Tillman Lyles 12(2) Howard Sanders 10 Robah Sink 11 J. R. Whitman 11 COTTAGE No. 13 (4) James Brewer 12Thomas Fields (2) William Griffin 11Melvin Roland 6 COTTAGE No. 14 (4) Ravmond Andrews 10 (4) John Baker 9(14) Mack Coggins 14 Robert Deyton 11 (5) Audie Farthing 13 (3) Henry Glover 8(14) William Harding 14 John Hamm 9Norvell Murphy 12 (5) Charles McCoyle 10Roy Mumford 7Henry McGraw 8 (3) James Roberson 10Charles Steepleton 9 (2) J. C. Willis 4(13) Wallace Woody 13Jones Watson 9 COTTAGE No. 15 (No Honor Roll) INDIAN COTTAGE Raymond Brooks 5(5) Philip Holmes 11George Duncan 9 Nothing is so easily lost as that which we feel so sure aboutthat we do no longer work for it. This goes for many thingsfrom muscle building to a place in the sun.—Selected. CZQi SEP ib 1940 THE (Orange County) FT VOL. XXVIII ToiAc) Carolina Collection Q p. N. C. Library • = NO. 37

 

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Tis the star-spangled banner. Oh! long may it waveOer the land of the free and the home of the brave. PUBLISHED BY THE PRINTING CLASS OF THE STONEWALL JACKSON MANUAL TRAINING AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CONTENTS EDITORIAL COMMENT 3-7 AS PROUDLY HE WROTE By Hal Borland 8 PROPER METHOD OF DISPLAYING THE FIAG 12 MEETING THE DELINQUENCY PROBLEM By Rev. J. L. Howe 15 BROWN MOUNTAIN LIGHTS HAVE NOT DISAPPEARED By Hobart A. Whitman 18 INDIANS MIX RITUAL WITH STORE PILLS By Paul F. Ewing 21 AT WHAT SPEED (N. C. Christian Advocate) 24 INSTITUTION NOTES 25 SCHOOL HONOR ROLL—AUGUST 28 COTTAGE HONOR ROLL 30 The Uplift A WEEKLY JOURNAL Published By The authority of the Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial School Type-setting by the Boys Printing Class. Subscription: Two Dollars the Year, in Advance. Entered as second-class matter Dec. 4, 1920, at the Post Office at Concord, N. C, under Actof March 3, 1897. Acceptance for mailing at Special Rate. CHARLES E. BOGER, Editor MRS. J. P. COOK, As

 

 

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Taken circa 1909