Coye C. Moen - Normal Notes

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E . is 1st and Ski winner Vista Monday. evening and sick for who her crowd was j j set that the burning one chairmen recommend had i'ogt, tal, Wm. . r a home NORMAL NOTES. I Prof. Hyer in visiting rural Bchoola I this week w i t h Supt. Itobt. MorriB of Wood county. Professors W. F. Lusk and F. K. Sechrist will conduct a teachers' institute institute at Almond next Saturday. A very enjoyable dance was held in the «yrn. last Friday. A large crowd of students and teachers attended. Miss Sarah lirickson, who graduated last week, has accepted a position as teacher of the 5th grade at Waupaca, assuming her duties Monday. Sec. F. E. Doty of the state civil service commission, and Supt. H. K. Steenis of Waupaca, were visitors at the Normal on Thursday of last week. The Misses Burce and Macdonald, with the assistance of the Y. W. C. A. girls, entertained the faculty in the I museum after faculty meeting, Tues- I day afternoon. Tea and wafers were served. A picked-up team from the Normal defeated the High school basket ball team last Wednesday by a score of 21 to 16. The game was very clean thru- out. The High school showed some good team work at times but could not locate the baskets. Lineups : Normal --Birdsall f, Halverson c, Wood f, Odin g. Pierce g. High school--Coye c, Moen f, Pierce f, Love g, Ondracek g, Dumas sub. W. P. Peckham of Peshtigo, seventy- three years young, was an interested visitor at the school Tuesday. Mr. Peckham sustains an abiding interest in education in general and in Normal schools in particular, and no less than three of his relatives have been or are interested in Normal school work. His daughters, Mrs. J. S. Pardee of Duluth and Mrs. W. F. Lusk ot this city, were for many years teachers in the River Falls Normal and his son-in-law, Prof. W. F. Lusk. in one of the efficient science teachers of our institution. The literary societies have elected the following officers for the ensuing q u a r t e r : A t h e n a e u m -- Pres., Mark Billings: vice pres., Wm. Hanson; sec., Harry L a m p m a n ; trea.=., John J. Geimer"; seargt., Leone Carley. Ohiyesa--Pres., Neva Adams; vice phtBited tbe need of thorough preparation preparation and the importance of high idealH, appealing to tne Htudentu to b« ot good conduct and untiring industry. Ihe students manifested their appreciation appreciation of his Hpeech by applauding him long and earnestly. A« Gov. Davidson was absent from the state Mr. Strange's visit here, we all unknowingly unknowingly had u "real" governor among us. During his vioit to tho school. Mr. Strange was accompanied by Messrs. Henry Finch and T. H. Hanna. The following rhetorical program will be carried out next Friday: Geography of India. Beatrice Buchmann Races of India Josephine Collins Hindoo Literature Margaret Dorney The Brahamens Charlotte Fox Buddha Ella Pratt Greek Influence in India Amy Hennessy The following musical numners will be given during the program : Song--Quartette MIS-SPS Sustins, Johnson, Youny, Kclsey Violin Solo Anna Virum Temple Bells (from Indian Love Lyrics) Miss Stebbins Miss Hermie Martin, who graduated from the full course at the end of second quarter, has been chosen by board of Rusk county training school as teacher of a model district school to be organized by thfm about April 1st, at a salary of $800. Perhaps no state in the Union has done more effective work leading toward the betterment betterment of rural schools than has Wisconsin. Wisconsin. Her superb system of Normal schools, acting not only directly in preparation of teachers, but indirectly thru the institutes, has been supplemented supplemented by the organization of county training schools, which are organized for the special purpose of supplying trained teachers for the district schools. The Rusk county training school board, whose school is located at Ladysmith, is the pioneer in the organization of model district school, to work in con- i nection w i t h the training school j and Miss Martin, our recent graduate, I is the first teacher selected to organize i and administer the work of such a i school. As Miss Martin is, thru her large experience, skillful teaching power and splendid personality, s tow , I i pres., Hillie Toering; sec.. Alma Warnecke; Warnecke; treas., Alice McCoye; seargt., Minnie Faber. Arena--Prep., Emma Dysland; vice pres., Linus Danks ; sec.. Miss Degner ; treas.. Hazel Watersdorf; seargt., Vivian Hainer. One of the features of Normal work not generally known is the work done in library reading. Last quarter the class in library reading read approximately approximately three hundred books, all of which were either reported on in writing writing or in class, thus giving the other students the benefit of the report. This reading covers a wide variety of subjects, including literature in all its phases, science, including nature study, domestic science, history, music, art, etc. The Normal library offers a splendid splendid field for this work and much benefit is certainly derived from the course. Lieutenant Governor Strange delivered delivered an excellent talk to the school, Friday morning. Altho not a polished orator, Mr. Strange is nevertheless a forceful speaker and left a very good impression with the school. He em- | oughly competent to do this work, ' will add fresh laurels to the Normal school, which has already contributed largely and effectively to the professional professional advancement in the Badger The world's best underwear is made in Stevens Point at the Knitting Mills. Stevens Point people wear it. thor- i Q L i s " e j I I | l gmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmwwmmmmmmg | JANUARV | LINEN EE THIS WEEK we will offer Table Linens, ^ Napkins, Towels, Toweling, Lunch £=: Tray Cloths, Doilies, and all Art Linens ^ for Fancy Work, at a Very Low IFOR THIS WEEK £E JANUARY 24 to 29. Our Display never £z was greater. All who love beautiful Lin- ^ ens can have an opportunity of £n them at Reduced Price. ^5

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  1. The Gazette,
  2. 26 Jan 1910, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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