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APRIL. April !—(?). April 2 — Good Friday. Easter Cantata. Miss Olson visits Taylor. April 3 — Joint program of the societies. April 4 — Easter. Prof. Shaw preaches. April 5 — IMiss Guy receives a dainty little package done up in tissue paper and ribbon. April 6 — ] Ir. A. C. liee receiveis first prize in local Peace Contest. Dr. Vayhinger and Dean Ayres leave for Conference. April 7 — Mr. D. A. Bloomster preaches at Ministerial meeting. April 8 — Prof. Pickett, a returned missionarj from India gives a lecture in chapel. April 9 — Miss Walls and ]Mr. Harding entertain two members of the Gem staff iu the commercial room. April 10 — All the material for the Gem in at last. April 11 — IMiss jMeCague is heard to remark tliat she is awfully interested in the Prohibition League of late. For information ' see Druschel. April 12 — Recital in Expression and Voice, S hreiner Auditorium. April 13 — I Ir. Knight asks Prof. Zimmerman for a game of tennis. April 14 — Mr. C. P. Culver on time for class in Educational Psychology. April 15 — IMiss Pickhardt enjoys the day t pewriting. April 16 — IMr. James Knight represents Taylor at the State Peace Contest. April 17 — Roy Ellinghouse is our representative at the State Prohibition contest at Earlham. April 18 — Mr. G. Snider sings at Dunkirk. April 19 — Some one asks IMr. Harding if he brought her a letter. April 20 — IMiss Walls and IMr. Williams seen on the tennis court. April 21 — Mr. Olson collects laundry bills. April 22 — Social reform movement progresses rapidly. April 23 — IMrs. Brown, mother of Paul Brown, arrives for the Institute. Joint program of the Literary Societies. April 24 — The Institute of Evangelism, and School of the Prophets opens. April 25 — Rev. Jos. H. Smith preaches. April 26 — Evangelistic services by Rev. J. H. Smith well attended. April 27 — Dr. Wjray lectures on New Testament epistles. April 28 — Dr. Vayhinger lectures on ' ' Holiness in the Bible. ' ' April 29 — Dr. Ridout lectures on " Preaching and Evangelism. " April 30 — Institute being ejoyed by all. 149
autumn J.W. K. Lo, summer ' s golden days have passed away; And Autumn with its red, and gold and gray, Has come again, and over hill and dale, And through bare branches we can hear the wail Of moaning spirit-winds, that seem to call In sonorous tones, to creatures great and small; " Put on your winter robes ; the time draws nigh When Neptune ' s cold cloud chariots sweep the sky; And from the frozen climes Old Boreas wild. Comes roaring, and o ' er hill and plain, are piled Great heaps of hoary whiteness, and the air Is filled with flying snowflakes everwhere. E ' en now the breeze is sharper, in its breath I feel a tinge of frost, and ice, and death, That will ere long the lakes and rivers seal With crystal fastenings, and the brooks congeal In icy fetters. But let us meanwhile Enjoy in all its fullness, the sweet smile Of the rare, glorious Indian summer days, When in far vistas hangs that foggy haze That lends the tardy sun a fiery ray, As o ' er the eastern hills he makes his way. Wild feathered tribes have gathered, and are gone To some fair climate in the distant zone, Where summer is immortal, where the view Below is fadeless green; above eternal blue. Across my path as o ' er the moor I paced, The caterpillar in his tedious haste Went scurrying to seek his winter home; There to repose and dream, till spring shall come, Of gaudy wings, that some day he shall wear. On which he ' ll flit from fern to flow ' ret fair. Through summer ' s happy hours. Upon the hill, The faithful dandelion lingers still, Studding the meadows with his drops of gold, Beside the brook and scattered thro the wood, The purple aster and the goldenrod, The last of summer ' s glory, faded are; Their winged seeds are wafted near and far. Thus summer ' s beauteous garb is laid away, And nature clad in melancholy gray, As in a shroud of death, till spring ' s gay dress Shall prove to us anew life ' s endlessness. Oh, lovely summer days, your memory still. Is lingering o ' er barren heath and hill; And in my heart like some sad sweet refrain, I keep repeating o ' er and o ' er again; This is a symbol of the larger life. That ' s promised to the victor in the strife; Spring, Summer, Autumn, all must come to me; Then death ' s cold winter, then eternity; When bursting earthly bonds, on joyful wing, I ' ll dwell forever in immortal spring. J. W. K. 150
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