From the Files of the Nelson Gazette
April 23, 2020
100 Years Ago
April 22, 1920
One hundred, ninety students took the eighth grade examinations held, but only 53 had passing grades. This was not quite as good a record as the eighth graders the year before. Many of those trying, failed in one or two subjects. It was hoped there would be at least 100 graduates from the rural schools. The minimum grade is 60, and the minimum average 75 percent.
Ex-senator William Dysart and Mrs. Mary A. Dysart of Superior, were married by Judge Brown. The bride was the widow of a brother of the bridegroom. The records gave the age of Mr. Dysart as 78 year...