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Citizens and Educators
Do you want a good speaker for your patrons' meeting? Then write at once to the National Lyceum Bureau. A specialist in this line of work will be sent you. There is no better way to secure the co-operation of the home and the school than through patrons’ meetings. They are worth while.
Arc you planning for a high school lecture course this fall and winter? The National Lyceum Bureau man can give you more and belter talent for less money than any other bureau in the United States.
Do you want a popular lecturer for Friday evening preceding your teachers’ association and a professional educator for your Saturday’s program? Then write the National Lyceum Bureau and secure a speaker who will help your teachers to laugh dull care away and thus prepare them for the solid and practical things of the association proper. If you do this your teachers will take delight in attendance upon such meetings.
"A commencement speaker? What? Not so early in the year? Do you mean it?” Yes. now is the time to fix your date and select the man you want. It is a great mistake to put off the choice of a commencement speaker till the best talent is all taken. No speaker on our list will use manuscript or note. Every one of the National’s commencement speakers will have something to say, he will have his address so well prepared it will say itself, and he will know when he is through.
"The Indoor Chautauqua? What is it?" It is the newest, most popular, most effective and practical movement for arousing the people along intellectual, moral, religious and political lines. It is within the reach of every village, town and city of the commonwealth.
For information relative to dates, terms, and talent, address
The National Lyceum Bureau,
By J. L. McBrien, General Manager
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1— Ross House leads singing with a solo.
2— Prof. Duncanson announces that Y. W. will be led by Miss Hcsscltine. a
former student in Philo Hall.
3— Thacker orders liveryman to take off slcighbclls.
4— Christenson was in earnest.
5— Prof. House offers a reward of 25c for return of rubbers.
6— President Hayes announces that the tardies have been reduced to l t%
just as Mr. Overholt enters chapel.
7— Panoramic view of school taken.
8— Athletic rally. Baseball talk by Clements.
9— Peru girls easily win in basket-ball with Fairbury High.
to—Everett Play, “The Title Mart.” The Mewhirters affinity for the fair sex more plainly demonstrated, u—Overton keeps the occupants of the Strong House awake until the 12th. Won’t he go home, Miss Frye?
12— Football men presented with sweaters. A stripe for each year’s service
appears on the arm.
13— Miss Van Middlcsworth talks in Chajjcl.
14— St. Valentine’s day—A few dorm, girls receive flowers.
15— Miss Benson trains Krebs to hold his temper by relieving him of his cam-
era just as lie has the Junior girls arranged.
16— "Miss Grimes, give the five steps to a lesson plan. Beg pardon, I mean
Mr. Fiske,” by Mrs. Crawford.
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17— Miss Krebs actually smiles and talks some-
thing other than lesson plans.
18— Albin forgets. He calls for the wrong girl.
19— Lemus MacManus. Mr. Moyer and Miss
Swan can tell you about it.
20— President Hayes demonstrates the use of
sarcasm, ask “That Little High School Girl.”
21— Miss Stoner goes walking with George.
22— Mt. Vernon Day. A good time.
23— Supt. Jas. E. Delzcll addresses the students.
24— Chapel on fire. Little damage is done.
25— Sardy leaves for the country, snow or no
26— Day of the big drifts. No school until
27— Some surprise. No chapel.
28— Chapel smells like cough syrup “mother
used to make.”
29— Leap year day. The Domestic Science girls
take advantage of it.
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