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KODAK ALBUMS 50 Cents ot $8.00.
Doctor Terrell hns returned from
Madison, Wisconsin, where he attended the meeting of the Western Philosophical Association last Friday and
Saturday. Tho meeting this year was
a very Important as well as Interesting and matters pertaining to present
day problems .especially to democracy, were discussed at great length,
E. M. Prowltt, Department
has been successful in forming a Calf
Club among tho boys in Oldham County. This is another step toward better dairying in the State as only registered calves are admitted to the register of the club. When they become
fresh the milk supply is officially test
ed and the leading animals will be
given awards. This will give an official record of the animals during the
The Patterson Literary Society met
last Friday in the gymnasium building. A committee from the Union visited the society and the arrangements
debate were comfor an
pleted. This debate will be held
Thursday, April 29 in the meeting hall
of one of the societies.
Te debate between the men's literary societies was formerly one of the
big events of the year and every member of the societies is requested to
be present so that the old spirit of
rivalry may be revived.
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Horace Mann Literary Society.
The regular meeting of the Horace
Mann Literary Society was held last
Thursday evening in the Education
Building. Mr. Jett gave an entertaining discussion of "The Book of Birds
and Poets." After a short talk by
Doctor Noe the club adjourned.
Members of the Philosophlan Literary Society were given the opportunity of gaining some valuable knowledge concerning the working girls of
New York when Doctor Best read his
article on the "Conditions of the
Working Girl on the East Side," at
the last two meetings of the society,
on Wednesday evening at 6:45 o'clock
in the Recreation Roo mof Patterson
In the article Doctor Best gave
many of his personal experiences in
social work on the East Side of New
York and his own observations of
the poor conditions of the girls.
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LOVE STORIES OF THE ALPHABET
"Marriage makes monotony," mused
morbidly. Meanwhile, Mr.
Marcus M. Moore marched magnificently
"Marry me, most marvelous maid,"
murmured Marcus masterfully. "Make
my mlstressless mansion merry."
"Marry Marcus? Merciful Morphemuch
moved. "My Mr. Martin married me
Monday. March, Marcus my man."
"Monstrous," mumbled Marcus, manfully minding manners.
marriage means my madness!"
Marcus marched mutely.
"My mlstressless mansion," mournmarried
Marcus madly munched morphine,
making mansion minus Marcus.
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