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 - perfect beauty, so the Kansas girl should be...
perfect beauty, so the Kansas girl should be educated not only in music, science and literature but also in the art of the kitchen." Archie Larson who expects to make farming his life work, showed how necessary it is for a farmer boy to have a good education, and should be as well read-as though he expected to enter any of the professions. The -farnrer4s-©ften4o0ked-u-pon.^s-a-aiiLalL factor in this great busy world of ours, The world is prone t,o buffet him with sneers and ridicule, Society to laugh at him and herd him with his mule; But what cares he for ridicule, society may laugh, I His store house holds the garned grain, his stall the fatted calf, He knows that with his brawny arm he sways the universe; And tho' he be uncouth and rude, we al-l-inust-needs-allow- Frank Moore and Verl Bowersox, who- rendered several good numbers. Misses Floy and Ruth Nelson sang "Sweet Little Baby of Mine." Miss Bula Johnson sang "I'll Tell My Papa on. You." Recitations were given by Miss Thomas, Jessie Stockdick and! Bula Johnson. Mr. Fred Ayers, of Scandia, in a few well chosen words presented the graduates wiih their There'd be no world at all without 'The Man Behind the Plow.' " Frank Johnson, who has held the same rank as Miss Larson this term, chose as his subject "Ad Astra^Per Aspera" and as an introduction said: A seed was planted on the barren soil one day and despite the fact that but little moisture fell upon burst its prison walls and pushed its way through the soil until it beheld the light of day; there it stood battling with the wind and dust that beat against it, trying to uproot it, but it had a mission to accomplish, so would not give up and die, but grew on in spite of all difficulties. Alone it stood surrounded by beautiful and flourishing plants, covered with their beautiful \lossoms, w ho laughed at its struggle and scoffed that it bore no flowers. But one day bud appeared, an ugly green bud, which slowly unfolded and a beautiful flower all tinted by the rays of the iun~burst _ foTth~and the other-flowers bowed in reverence to it. This flower was tho Sunflower, the emblem of the state of Kansas, which like the ug'y plant has fought its way onward and upward, "To the stars through difficulties." This introduction was followed by a brief history of the struggle and supremacy of Kansas. The musical part of the program was furnished by an orchestra composed of Messrs. D. P. Johnson of Union Valley, E. L. Johnson and L. M. Johnson of Belleville, and Mr. Cooper of Republic City. Much credit is due Miss Myers, who superintended the singing for the evening. The quar- l^«tte wascomposedafJklisses Kathryn Nelson and Bertha Banks and Messrs. [TrnTRnrnrs _ Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera'and Diarrhoea Remedy for Rowel Complaints in Children. "We have used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy in our family for years," says Mrs. J. B. Cooke, of Nederlands, Texas. We have .given it to all of our children. We have usel other medicines for the same purpose, but never found anything to equal Chamberlain's. If you wi-H-u^e—it-as-di-reeted—i-t-w-i-1-l—al-v cure." For sale by Republic Pharmacy. Cuba. Wesley Pelecky, a former resident of Republic county, out who for the past two years has lived nearHaddam, died at his home last Wednesday night. Mrs. Aaron Engle is visiting with Prof. Wimmer and wife, of Greenleaf. The Royal Neighbors were entertained last Thursday by Mrs. John Harris at her country home near here.- Rev. Pierce and family were the recipients of many useful gifts last Friday at the donation party. A very social time was enjoyed by those present. Mr. and Mrs. Mcintosh returned to . _ our city last Sunday, after an absence of several weeks. The Ladies' Aid society met with M rs. An n a- W ood r-u ft—last Thursday__ afternoon. Anna Sterba is quite sick this week. Her position as teacher in the primary department is being filled by High Sehool students. John Davidron has moved into the house vacated by Mr. Peppers* who with his family, has gone west of Belle* ville to live. Mrs. Matson returned the first of the week from Salina, where she has been attending her- daughter, who: waMicit: with the measles. Miss Pearl Nutter is improving after a serious illness of a week. John Yale of Belleville was seen op [our streets Monday. -

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 01 Apr 1904, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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