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This is the image of the full or partial text of an article printed in the Sterling Standard of 1888-06-14. This article is in the public domain, because it was published in the United States before 1923.


Miss Belle Ferguson, of this city, graduated In the art course at the Mt. Carroll Seminary last week. The Mt. Carroll Mirror speakB of Miss Ferguson’s essay as follows: *

Miss Ferguson's study of the middle classes was the more Interesting to those listeners who were familiar with Mr. Arnold’s reflections upon the gen-tus and afhievements of that element of society. The middle class we were told, is the earnest, thinking, working ana naturally ruling class. It must guard against Its place being usurped by other power, partlcually wealth. Her conclusion seemed tooe true that the safety of a country depends upon the integrity of this class.

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