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A.J. Kenner.

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Mr. A. J. Kenner, principal of Marshal public school, is a graduate of Lincoln Institute who has proved himself to be a strong man, and an educator who stands among the best in the State.

He has held his position as principal of Marshall

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A.J. Kenner. 

School so long, and so well that to think of Marshall is to think of Kenner.

He is one of the leading men in the State Teachers' Association, and has twice been its secretary and twice its president.  He is an eminent Mason, whose counsel is always sought in the deliberations of this organization.

Mr. Kenner and his excellent wife are owners of valuable real estate in Marshall, and in other parts of the State.

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