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SATURDAY* MARCH 3 A 1928 SAYS PRESS IS A ID TO SCHOOL fcr' BOSTON', March 3.~(/P)--The importance of publicity in school a f f a i r s was stressed today by two 'speakers scheduled to appear" before superintendents attending flic National Education association convention. are entitled -to f u l l in- about their schools, said Willurd H. Bacon, superintendent of schools at Westerly, R. I. The typical report card, he declared, is lacking in real hi forma ,i 0 :i. It abounds in lists of subjects, but for real i n f o r m a t i o n , ho sa itl. parents must go to the school i h e principal, the teacher or the child. The majority of parents, he added, do not do this unless t h e j b o l i e v e . a n injustice has been done He urged that the schools take the i n i t i a t i v e in giving parents real in formation of their children's work in a personal way. "The best means," he said, "of keeping the public i n f o r m e d , are the public press, especially the small local newspapers; the annual A farewell party was held at the' Will Pawbiiski home for his son Henry, who is leaving soon with iis brothers Otto and Leohai'd for Montana. ; Phil Kogel went to''Mitchell Monlay. He is making an improve- nent from his recent Illness. Mrs. Cogel is visiting with relatives in Woonsoeket this week. j ·\rthur Kutil, who is employed in Sioux City, arrived Saturday for a visit here with relatives. The rural carrier examination will be held at Lane this month, the r u r a l route w i l l be A p r i l 1. The receipts of the applications will close on March 14. The examination will^Jje held at the c o u n t y seat in Jeraiild Wessington Springs. Mrs. Appeir/ellar and daughter of Roswell, visited t h e . last at the Charles W. M i l l e r Mrs. S. H. May is v i s i t i relatives in Huron this week and with her son Roland, who is there from Lake Preston to attend the district tournament. The Lane Corn and P o u l t show w i l l be held in the club room in Lane March 7 and A. L. Ford and G. H e e b i n k state college will address the meetings. H. to i I a

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 03 Mar 1928, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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