Students in the Dayton School – 1938-1942

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The following list of students in the upper grades of the Dayton School comes from the La Salle County Genealogy Guild’s notebook on county schools.

                                1938-1939
8th grade
John Reynolds
Ruth Ralrick
Melvin Davis 
7th grade
Kenneth Buckley
Jack Reiner
Bjarne Eltrevoog
Rosemary Davis
Raymond Mathews
6th grade
John McGrogan
5th grade
Theo Mathews
Billy Buckley
Mary Logsdon
Helen Eltrevoog
Robert Lattimore
Albert Davis
Herbert Davis
                               1939-1940
8th grade
Bjarne Eltrevoog
Kenneth Buckley
Jack Reiner
Raymond Mathews
7th grade
Rosemary Davis
6th grade
Herbert Davis
Robert Lattimore
Mary Logsdon
Theo Mathews
Helen Eltrevoog
Billy Buckley
Albert Davis
5th grade
Barbara Ralrick
Betty Mathews
Glenn Logsdon
Robert McGrogan
                              1940-1941
8th grade and beyond
Kenneth Buckley
Jack Reiner
Bjarne Eltrevoog
Rosemary Davis
Raymond Mathews
William Patterson (possibly 7th grade)
7th grade
Theodore Mathews
Billy Buckley
Mary Logsdon
Helen Eltrevoog
Robert Lattimore
Albert Davis
Herbert Davis
                              1941-1942
8th grade
Billy Buckley
Robert Lattimore
Helen Eltrevoog
Mary Logsdon
Theodore Mathews
Herbert Davis
7th grade
Betty Mathews
Edward Patterson
Albert Davis
Glenn Logsdon
Leo Taylor
Barbara Ralrick
Alice Newtson
6th Grade
Jimmie Lambert
John Edsad (?)
Colline Davis
5th grade
Ruth Schmidt
Imogen Davis
Nora Davis
Donald Patterson
Marshall Claude

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