Courant American July 4, 1895
The Courant American Newspaper
July 4, 1895, Page 8
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We now speak of “the Allatoona boom,” which appears to be on. Besides the two new houses erected by Captain James Lemon, of Acworth, who at the late sale, purchased the larger part of the T. C. Moore plantation, Mr. John C. Armstrong, also of Acworth, who purchased the other, having erected last summer an elegant brick store, has now torn down the old residence and old store on the property formerly occupied by his son-in-law, Mr. Butler, and of the materials put up a neat dwelling on the site of the latter. On the site of the former he will later put up a fine new dwelling for himself, as he contemplates moving to this place. The old residence above was, in a sense, historic, and was certainly one of the oldest buildings in this part of the country, having been put up by John A. Dawson about 75 years ago, from him passing successively to Jefferson Clark, John Clayton and Mrs. T. C. Moore. It was represented in the war pictures and uses.
Public School Teachers
Partly through our own error and partly through that of the typo we got the list of public school teachers mixed last week. Here is a corrected list:
Miss Mary Lou Young, 1 st and 2d grades, east school.
Miss Lillian Greene, 3d and 4 th grades, east school.
Miss Julia Pinkerton, 1 st and 2d grades, west school.
Miss Laura Graham, 3d and 4 th grades, west school.
Miss Leila Hall, 5 th consolidated
Miss Viola Stanford, 6 th, consolidated.
Mr. J. W. Hawkins, 1 st and 2d grades, high school.
Superintendent Daves, 3d grade, high school.
The salaries were apportioned as follows:
Supt. $1000 per annum. Teacher high school, $45 per month. Teacher grammer school grades, $35 each.
A. C. Demry, principal. Amanda Harris, 1 st assistant, Addie Brown 3d assistant.
Salaries as follows: Principal $35 per month. Harris $25 per month, others $20 each.
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