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UNIVERSITY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1909.
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THE RIK1IT TO KE A CHILI).
We hear :i great deal about the duty
of children to parents. How little we
hear in proportion about the duty ot
parents to children. And yet, which is
the more fundamental duty? The par
ents owe a duty to the child inherently,
regardless of the .conduct of that child.
The child owe-? a duty to its parent-,
only in so far a- they perforin their
towanl it. The duty of the par
is a primary ou : that of the
a secondary one. Yet how often
we free these duties performed ill-pro-portionatelv.
How often we -ee the
divorce courts relieving one or both ot
the parents from their duty. How of
ten we hear of undeserving parent
demanding a duty from their children,
which they have failed to make a duty.
The greatest duty of patent toward
a child is to sec that it enjoys its right
to be a child. The period of childhood
comes but once. Its pure, simple, heal
thy pleasures can be enjoyed but once.
Among the happiest days of life are
those strenuous, carefree ones of the
"play-how" and the "swimmin' hole."
Oh, the joys of those childhood times
and the benefit to mind and body ot
their freedom! What must be the
misfortune of the man or woman who
lias never been a real child! What a
duty it is of parents to see that their
children enjoy their right to be real
HOME C0MIXU DAYS.
In many parts of the United States
one day in the vear is sot apart for
each one to viit his old home home
coming day. For one day work is given
up and the man goes back once more
to the place where he spent his boy
hood days. Akin to this is the home
coming day for the students of the
University of Missouri. After a year
of hard work and steady grind the
student goes home.
Once more he has his long talks with
mother that put new life into his tired
body. Mother's hand wipes away the
fever and restlessness. He goes back
to the peaceful quiet. Then father's
proud old face gives the boy a deter
mination to succeed or die. He grips
his boy by the hand and follows him
about from place to place. Maybe he
has spent a lot of the father's money
but he is glad to have his boy back
home. Home-coming day may mean
only a roof. Memories arc something
and there we always have friends.
Again, home-coming may mean only
toil and hard laor, yet this and home
is preferable to a strange country and
strange people. Just the home makes
a thrill for every student. He hates
to leave the old alma mater, perhaps,
never to return again. His school days
are over. Yet if he had to choose he
would take home and mother.
Father and mother begin to look for
ward to the time their boy comes
homo when the buds begin to burst.
They count the days when they will
see him again. He has grown tall
and broad shouldered but he is still
their "boy." He is away from them
the bct part of his life and the few
short visits he rushes to his home are
the happiest days in their lives. They
think and plan to ee how much they
can do for him the little time he is
Then when the boy goes out into the
world and makes his own way he will
look back on the "home-coming days"
and rcmemlier that they are the hap
piest of the parents' lives and his
Each day you'll see them out in force.
And always "there's a reason";
They are not armed, they do not try
To lias game out of season.
But still they hunt and hunt and hunt,
Until their teardrops blind them;
They're hunting suites and tenements,
And seldom ever find them.
The Danish Government proposes
land and sea fortifications, the con
struction of twenty torpedo boats and
six submarines, improvements in mines,
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Next Year's Independent.
To tbe Editor of the CnlTeraltj Mlnonrtu:
A good many inquiries have been
made as to the nature of the Independ
ent for the coming school year. It is
our intention to make it a unique Uni
versity publication. While it will re
tain the news and editorial features it
will not be -imply a University news
paper. Considerable attention will be
given each week to what is going on
away from us. In other words we in
tend to keep the subscribers informed
of what is happening in the universi
ties and colleges of the country.
It will have a good many magazine
features, articles by faculty, alumni
and .students upon university activi
ties. Other subjects of interest to the
students and alumni will In published.
These articles are to be placed in the
paper above the signature of the writ
er or anonymously.
Wehope to make it a siteen-page
paper not of advertising, but mostly of
interesting reading matter.
As a University publication, all fac
ulty, alumni and students ought to
aid in making it the kind of publication
we should have here. This you can
do, not only by your subscription but
by contribution to the paper.
We're ready to do our part, do yours.
RICHARD A. SMITH,
XORMAX A. COX,
THIS YEAR AT
This has been a year of lieginnings
at the Universiy of Missouri.
Dr. AHicrt Ross Hill began his presi
dency the first of last July and the
inaugural ceremonies were held De
cember 11-2. He has made no radical
changes 'in the university but has ex
ercised a personal influence over the
student body in such way as to develop
a healthy college spirit. Xo extreme
eases of having have occurred and no
"riots" have taken place.
The School of Journalism enrolled its
lirst student last September and will
graduate its first class this commence
ment. This department has grown
more rapidly than any other school of
he university. The Missouri method
of teaching journalism is new to the
world. This year has seen the estab
lishment of the University Missourian,
a college newspaper that prints and
published news. It is read so widely
by students and faculty that it has be
come necessary to the comfort, happi
ness and welfare of both students and
The method of vaccinating against
hog cholera as developed by Dr. John
W. Connaway, professor of veterinary
and comparative medicine, was given to
the world. This alone will benefit the
state of Missouri millions of dollars.
A miracle and mystery play was giv
en bv the students ot the fcii"lisli de
partment. This play, written before
the time of Shakespeare, was staged
as in the olden times of England. The
success of this first performance led to
the forming of a club for the advance
ment of dramatic art at Missouri.
The new agricultural building, the
dean's residence on the state farm and
the animal house have been built this
Some new things have come to pass
in the athletic department as well.
Since the employing of W. W. Roper of
Princeton University to coach the foot
ball team. Tiger sympathizers are hop
ing to defeat Kansas next Thanksgiv
ing. On the other hand, Missouri lost
a track meet to the University of Kan
sas, the first one to be lost in eight
A new grading system was introduc
ed and tried this year. By this grad
ing, the members of a class are placed
in Tonns neeordin' to their rank and
,.- t- p.
tin grades made out accordingly. The
system is said to be scientific.
But the University of Missouri has
not been a novice in everything. As is
her custom, she won debates this year
from the University of Kansas, the
University of Colorado and the Uni
versity of Texas. She aKo took three
out of the four baseball games from
Kansas. She has done equally as well
against Washington University.
The university women organized a
council of thirteen girls for the regu
lation and conduct of matters pertain
in" to them. The students have elect
ed delegates from each 'school to form
a student senate. This senate will
deal with matters pertaining to the
general welfare and may have advisory
power in matters of discipline. Both
of these organizations tend to bring
altoiit student self-government.
This year at the University of Mis
souri has seen changes, most of which
are for the better. The loyalty of
students and teachers has developed.
Only lack of funds can now injure the
growth and development of "Old Miz
7ou." CHARLES ARXOLD.
In 190S the product of the fisheries of
Canada was worth $25,500,000, a de
crease ot sNOOjUW irom ivui, occurring
hietlv in Pacific salmon and sealskins.
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Following is the ollicial list of thoe
who received degrees at the sixty-seventh
annual commencement of the
University of Missouri this morning:
School of Journalism.
In the School of Journalism
degree of bachelor of science in Jour -
nalism was conferred upon Charles Ar
nold, A. B., University of Missouri.
School of Engineering.
In the School of Engineering, the de
gree of bachelor of science in civil en
gineering was conferred upon: Pat
terson Bain. Jr.. Paul Bayli-s. Goodman
Bell, William Antoni Bott, Elbert Cal
vin Brown. Frank William Capp. John
Waggoner Currey. Allan Vaughn Elston,
lames Robert Fairman. John Miles
Gardner. Whitney Irwin Gregory. Floyd
Finley Ilanly, Orin WiUon Harrah.
Harry Griffith Hunter. Raymond Eliot
Lee. Lowell Leotus Louery. Chester De
Witt Mann. Samuel Roy Morrow. Clif
ford French Phillips. Allien Fred
erick Porzelius. Robert Andrew
Potts, Jr.. Floyd Elmer Ros. Frederick
Isidore Roth. Wollard Rust. Theodore
John Schmidt. Angelo Scott. Guy Leslie
Sperry, William Stava. Ernest E.
Tupe-i, Franc Harris Wells. Rowland
Bruce Westover, Edmund Wilkes. Jr..
Lawrence Lewis Wiiian, David Wayne
The degree of bachelor of science in
electrical engineering was conferred up
on: John Calhoun Atchison. Earl
Francis Beckett, Montroe Mortimer
Boggess, John Davis Bowles. Conrad
Budke, Jr., Robert James Biiey. Verni
Jay Chapman, Marvin Edward Fawks,
Herbert Charles Feuers. Henry Shimer
Gove. Lester Joslyn Harris, Walter
Kratjsnlck. Jr.. Henry Barnes Lewis,
Oscar Henry Liebenstein. Clarence Eu
gene MjcAdam. Merle -Jasper Mallcry,
Edgar Robert Meyer, Oakley Mathias
Xiiclfiols. Henry Roth. Walter George
Schmauder, Clinton Talbot Yates.
The degree of bachelor of science in
uveclianical engineering was conferred
upon: Richard Gildehatis. Jr.. Her
bert Spencer Gl.idfelter. Guy Taylor
Swarts. Louis Edward -Zatlin.
The degree of bachelor of science in
chemical engineering was conferred up
on: Leroy Sheldon Palmer, Robert
Conrad Palmer. O-car Charles Schaefer.
Tn the School of Medicine, the degree
of doctor of medicine was conferred
upon: Robert Burns Hill. Samuel
Franklin March. John Ralph Pinion.
Fred Ernest Simeral. Floyd Wilkins
School of Law.
Tn the School of Law, the degree ot
bachelor of laws was conferred upon:
George Derry Brownfie'd. cum laude:
Samuel Raymond Freet. cum laude:
Dimmit Heard Hoffman, cum laude, A.
B.. University of Missouri, 'fl(i: Jesse
Franklin ITogan. cum laude. A. B.. Uni
versity of Missouri '03; William Fran
cis Woodruii, cum laude. -. 1$., uni
versity of Missouri. '07: Walter Elijah
Bailey. George Browne Calvin, Alton
Bruce Cleveland. Benjamin Earl Cow
herd. Murray Davis. Walter Morris Din
widdie, Thomas Fcliv Donaldson. Wil
liam Wallace Fry. Jr.. Wilber James
Gibson. Leslie Carlisle Green. William
Percival Harrison. Hubert Marcellus
Harvey. Franklin Clinton Howell, A.
B.. Knox College: Chester Hunker, Don
Martin Hunt. Hal Boz Hunt. Harry Gil
lam Hunter, A. B.. University of Ar
kansas. '00; William Franklin Jackson,
Thomas Robert Johnson, Ernest Wil
liam Jones. Sutton Reid Layton. Har
old Thomas Lincoln. Rolx-rt Gideon
Lyda. James Dwight MaGee. Henry Al
len Mansur, Thomas Richard Moore,
William Thomas Myers, John Wesley
McCiure. Jr., Albert Thomas McMillen.
Allen Laws Oliver. A. B.. University ot
Missouri, "OS: John Edmond Plummer.
Edward Witislow Porter. Lnkenau Moss
Price, Marshnll Ashby Pyles. B. Si.
Kentucky Wcsleyan College, "00; James
Kev Saunders. Harrv Edward Shepherd.
George Howard Simpson, Charles Jacob
SIopp. A. B.. University of Missouri,
03; Virgil Smith, George Simpson
Starrett, Leonard Waddell. Edward
Elias Williams. John Everett Williams.
William Walton Wright. Virgil Yates.
School of Education.
In the School of Education, the degree
of bachelor of science in education was
conferred upon: Edith Frances Allen.
Bennetta Maude Barkley. James O'Xeill
Barnwell. Rebecca Loniso Blackmar. A.
B.. University of Missouri. 'OS; Henri
etta M. Bowman, Willis Joseph Bray.
"Minnie Wilford Caldwell. Grace Cannell.
Toda Clio. Mamie Margaret Clarahan.
Frances Cleveland Cede. Ross Compton.
Carl Spencer Dakan. Clara Davis. Chris
tine Dick. Bessie May Evans. Jessie
Catherine Margaret Faller. Clara Mag-
daline Fogle-ong. Marv Frances Ford.
Bessy May Garnett. Xoble Lee Garri
son. Edith Ursula Geery, Edith Eliza
beth Hartlev. Florence Helm. Katherine
Mary Helm. Lela Jean Howat, Lillian
Johnson. Rov Ivan Johnson. Marv Lu-
cille Keene. Julia Kirtlev. Bessie Mabel i
Kline. Samuel Andrew Krtise. Louis Ot- i
to Kunkel, John Laidlow, Edith May
Leighton. Clarence Henry McCiure. Su
san Gertnide McCoy. Caroline Moreell.
Juliette Moss. Xellie X'esbitt, Mary
Heartwell Xewell. Faith Pearse, Ele
nora Renz. Charles Franklin Riddle,
Elizabeth Robinson. A. B.. University
of Missouri, '07: Lalla Rookh Rogers,
B. L Unierity of Missouri. '97; Laura
Jo Schwabe, John Grafton Scott, Irene
Scrutehtield. George Simpson. Frances
Smith, Ina V. Smith. Inez Spicer, Gi ne-
' ..: ii:.i. o. :.. c..ii. T-l!..l..l.
.11 ma .sianii, oieiia xutuijvm
Sue Gertrude Stone. Anna Eliza-
i ,. .
leth Swainson, Winnie Timmons, Mary
Wharton. Mrs. Walter E. White. James
Elmer Wildi-h. Cordelia Mitchell Wil
hite. Olive Williams. Kerby Smith
College of Agriculture.
In the College of Agriculture, the
degree of bachelor of science in agri-
culture was conferred upon: Hamlin
Brown, William Jackson Carothers (as
of the class of "OS): Charles Thornton
Hearing. Victor Kickhoff. William Luci
us Fouler. John Harold Gordon Har
vey Payne Grillin. Allien ITogan. Ar
thur Anvvyl Jones. Rolwrt Benton Kin
kead. Joseph Bruce Latshaw, Lafayette
Lilian! (as of the class of 'OS). Cecil
C. McCanse. Homer Elkanah McXatt.
Mehin Moss. Harry Rowland Xelson.
Emmett Cleveland O'Xeal. Frederick
Davis Richey. Edward John Rodekohr,
Earl Wilson Rusk. Carl Alois Schwarze.
Xorton Hamilton Shepard. Samuel
Charles Stcphcn-on. James Kelly
Wright, Turner Richardson Haden
College of Arts and Science.
In the College of Arts and Science,
the degree of bachelor r.f arts was con
ferred upon: Preston Carter Alexan
der. Raymoni II. Alexander, Charles
Boyd Allen. Samuel Demetrius Avery.
Bennetta Maude Barkley. Frederick
Huttig Bernet, Marvin Edward Bois
seau. Clarence Elmore Bonnett. Henri
etta Marr Bowman. Willis Joseph Bray.
Harry G. Bristow. Minnie Wilford Cald
well. Edward Wilson Chittenden. Toda
Cho, Elizabeth Hope Clay. Joseph
Waldo Cleland. George McDowell Cof
fey. Frances Cleveland Cole. Julius
Hugh Comby. Albert Baxter Crowder.
Wallace Edgar Daily, Gertrude Lucinda
C. D'Aubin. Clara Davis. Charles Ed
ward Dawson. J. Velasquez DcLcon.
William Perry Divers. William Lloyd
Driver, Clyde Percy Dyer. Launeclot
Fielding Ellis. Samuel Xathaniel Erwin.
Ernest Roper Evans. Henry Xorth Ever
sole, Ephraim MaeDonald Ewing. Eliza
beth Faulkner. Clara Magdaline Fog
lesong. Mary Frances Ford. Leon Paul
Forgrave. Edith Ursula Geery. Cary
Augustus E. Biidess. Israel Grillin.
Frances Edith Haines. "Mary Alice Ilan-
na. .John Howard Hart. Homer Alvan
Haivey, Miriam Hayhurst. Charles Hen
ry llecker. rlorence Helm. Katherine
Mary Helm. Paul Dysart Iligbee. Mary
Blanche Hilderbrand. Johnson Davis
Hill. John L. Hodge. Frederick Christian
Irion. Dot Johannes. George Rav John
son. Lillian Johnson. Roy Ivan Johnson.
Roxana ITowanJ Jones. Bessie Mabel
Kline. Samuel Andrew Kruse. Lawson
Gentry Lowrey. Myrtle Olive McCiure.
Albert W. McColIough. Claude Cecil
McCollum. Susan Gertrude McCoy,
Clarence A. McKee. Myrtle Louise Mey
er, Mathilde Agnes Midland. Anna May
Moore. Jerome Earle Moore.
Caroline Morecll. Elizabeth Xow
ell. Edwin Wilhite Patterson. Caryl A.
Potter (as of the class of 'OS): Efiie
Roberta Quinn. Xellie Ramsay. Max
Raviteh. John Wood Read. Jr.. Wini
fred Mary Reniley. James Foote Rogers.
Monroe Frederick Rubin. Edith Allen
Sanborn. Peyre Ferry Sapp. Henry
Otto Schwabe. Laura To Schwabe. John
Grafton Scott. Susie Shepard. Elva By
ron Shively. Frances Smith. Ina V.
Smith. J. Herbert Smith. Pinckney
Freeman Smith. Marion ' Elizabeth
Spalding. Genevieve Alida Starin. Wal
ter W. Stewart. George Purges. Clar
ence Wesley Miiiiiicr. .Kollin J-.dward
Tnlliert. Winnie Timmons. Harold
James Trowbridge. Daniel Edi-on Van
Fossen. Lewis Allien Wetzel. Mary
Wharton. Benin h Wilder. James Elmer
Wihlish. Cordelia Mitchell Wilhite.
John Wilson. Ralph Waldo Wilson. Ira
Dutrcss Winter. Lucy Henrietta Wolff.
James Lee Woods.
In the Graduate Department, the de
gice of civil engineer was conferred
I'pon: William Claieiice Davidson. B.
S. in C. E.. University of Missouri. '07:
Gilbert Dobson. B. S. in C. E.. Uni
versity of Missouri. "03: John Xorth
Edy. B. S. in C. E.. University of Mis
souri. "03: Harry A. LaRue. B. S. in
C. E.. University of Missouri. '07:
Charles W. Martin. B. S. in C. E.. Uni
versity of Missouri. '03.
The Degree of Electrical Engineer
was conferred upon: Edwin Andrews
Bricoe. B. S. in E. E.. University ot
Missouri. '03: Francis James Bullivant.
B. S. in E. E.. University of Missouri. .
Brown. B. S.
S. in M. E..
of Mechanical Engineer
upon : Marland Emory
in M. E.. University of
Louis Harry Winkler, B.
Univeritv of Missouri,
The Degree of Chemical Engineer was
conferred upon: Clarence E-te. B. S.
in Cli. E.. University of Mi-souri, 'OS.
The Degree of Master of Science in
Agriculture was conferred upon: Lu
cius Franklin Childers, B. S. in Agr.,
University of Missouri. '06; Edgar Au-
mistus Cockefair, B. S. in Agr.. Uni
versity of Missouri, '07; Duane Howard
Doane", B. S. in Agr., University of
Missouri, '08; John Marcus Eward, B.
i ini.r.r.itv of Illinois. '07; Mrs.
Flora Hartley Greene, A. B., Leland
Stanford Junior University, '93; Charles
Robeit Moulton. B. S-, University of
Illinois, '07; Robert Mann Washburn,
B. S. A., University of Minnesota, '93;
Francis Ward Woodman, B. S.. New
Hampshire Agriculture College. 'OS.
The Degree of Master of Arts (School
ot Education) was conferred upon:
Sheldon Eminon Pavis, B. S. in Ed.,
University of Missouri. '07; A. B., Uni
versity of Missouri, 'OS; Edgar Des
mond Lee. A. B., B. S. in Ed.. Universi
ty of Mis-ouri, '03.
The Degree of Master of Arts (Col
lege of Arts and Science) was conferred
upon: Elmer Jackson Allen. A. B.,
University of Missouri, 0t; II. Hays
Billiard. A. B.. University of Missouri,
oS: James Aimer Cannack. A. B.. Uni-ver-itv
of Missouri, '01: William
Thomas Cnns. A. B., University of
Mis-ouri. 'OS; James Arthur Dunn, A.
B. University of Missouri, "OS: Eugene
Fair. A. B.. University of Mis-ouri '04;
Caroline Elizabeth Jesse, A. B., Uni
versity of Missouri. '07: B. S. in Ed.,
University of Missouri. 'OS: Webster
Xewton Jones,; A. B University of
Missouri. 'OS: Ella Lee Moulton. A. B.,
University of Mionri '04: Build Spur
geon Movie. A. B.. Tarkio College, 'OS;
Walker S. IVmberton. B. S. in Ed., Uni
versity of Missouri 'M; Merle Randall.
A. P... University of Mis-ouri, '07; Eula
Adeline Weeks. A. B., B. S. in Ed., Uni
versity of Missouri. '08; Daisy Young,
A. B.. University of Missouri. '07; Al
bert Clay Zumbrunnen. A. B., Central
Degrees, Certificates and Diplomas Con
ferred Since Last Commencement.
Conferred at the closing convocation
of the summer session. August 7. 190S:
A two-year certificate to teach in
elementary schools: Genevieve Mary
Life certificates to teach in high
schools, with specialties as indicated:
Andew S. Boucher (History) : Bertrand
Caley Brous (Physics. Chemistry,
Zoology); Byron Cosby (Mathematics);
Daisy May Murrill (Physical Geogra
phy): Paik Powell (French. English);
Martha Reed Singleton (Latin, nistory,
English): Robert E. White (Physics,
Bachelor of Science in Education:
William Salrm Brown. Bertrand Caley
Brous. Daisy May Murrill. Charles
Woodson Oldham. Park Powell.
Bachelor of Arts: Rebecca
Blackmar. Sheldon Emmor
Charles Baile Drake. Glen Roy
(as of th eclass of "03); Webster Xew
ton Jones. Effie May Landers, Lowell
Russell Pat ton. Park Powell. John
Frederick Sievers. Martha Reed Sin
L'leton. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture:
John Benjamin Hill.
Master of Arts (College of Arts and
Science) : Carolyn Relle Benton.
Conferred in the presence of the Exe
cutive Board on August 27. 190S:
Diplomas to the following graduates
of the Training School for Xurses:
Pearl W. Huntington. Laura Virginia
Conferred at the Opening Convocation
of the First Semester. September 17.
l'.iOS: The Honorary Degree of Doc
tor of Laws. Richard Henrv Jesse.
The Award of Certificates.
the Department of Military Sci-
and Tactics, two-year certificates
awarded to: John Clay Atter-
John William Baker. William
Everett Bell. William Claude Besheer.
Donald Ru-sel Bonfoey. Leonard Guy
Botkin. Rusc! Goss Briggs, William
Fitzhugh Buckner, Lloyd Byron Burk,
Roy William Carpenter, Woodward Lee
Carter. James Bennett Clark, James
Pre.s-ton Cole, ITerliert Perry Davis,
Earle X'ewton Elsea. Harry Lambert
Eisner. Ifany Gordon Fisher. Charles
Wolfgang Hahn. Jasper Mortimer Ilal
stead. Allien Howard ITaymes. Thomas
Johannes Heldt. Aiisy Otto Hickman,
Rolx-rt Williams Hudson. Harold Joseph
Horaii. Ralph Graham Houston. Ezra
Arthur Ikenberry, Forest Omer Jen
kins. William Pope Jesse. Ira Jones,
Lloyd I Edmonstone Jones, Everard
Spencer Keithley. Henry Kimbrough
Kel-cy. Frank Thomas Kennedy, Wil
liam Wallace Kesler. Robert Benton
Kinkead. Arthur Jonathan Kline, Oscar
Henry Koch, O-car Frederick Kochtitz
ky. Charles Hugo Langford, Anderson
Lee. Charles Meredith Leedy. Ernest
Manuel Levy, Henry Guy Lewis, Ralph
Henry W. Mclntire. TTer-
man Henry AtWl-i- Tio t . -.,
i -- ---.- .... ....ill, luiutrri .ui'v-
er. Max Mayo Miller. Alfred X'olle,
Samuel Roily X'orris. Samuel Benton
Xiickol-. Merrill Edward Otis. Arthur
i union i'age. Charles Hugh Philpott,
Henry Lee Prather. George Edwin
Rhodes. Oscar Edwin Riley. Alden Wes
ley Rolterts. Robert Wa'rren Roberts,
-lame- Francis Rooker, Blair Arthur
Bo--, Roscoe Brite Rutledge, William
Fred Schulte, Charles Fred William
Schnlze. Hymen Aaron Seltzer, Charles
Elie Sexton. Daniel Warren Sher
man, Eugen William Stapf, Ar
thur Steed, Haroid Crosby Stevens,
i lint on Pa "p. Charle
Harry C. Stump, Benjamin Bartlett
Tyler, Harry Theodore Underriner,
Ralph Walkup, George Cornelius Weis
Jr., Ralph Waldo Wilson. Walter Wil
liams Wobus, Fritz. Wehrstedt Wolf
Frank Chipman Wood.
Certificates to teach for two vears
in elementary schools were awarded to
Shirley G. Horner. Evangeline Thurs
ton. Certificates to teach for two vears in
high schools (with specialties as indi
cated) were awarded to Grace Cannell
(Mathematics, Physics); Edward Wil-:
son Chittenden (Mathematics), Phvs
ics) ; Sara Jeanette Davenport (En
glish, German, History) : Clara Magda
lene Foglesong (Biological Science, His
tory); Bessy May Ganii-tt (Drawing,
Manual Training. Mathematics);
George Winfield Glasgow (English
History): Mary Alice Hanna (History,
Latin); Claire Iniogem Hornby (Lain,
Mathematics); Dot Johannes (German,
History): Asetiath Mary Jones (His
tory): Ira Jone (Mathematics. Phys
ics): John B. Kvd (English. Mathe
matics, phy-ics): Myrtle I.oui-e Meyer
(Eiigli-Ii. History): Mary Eugenia
Moeire (English. History): Jo-i-phine
Mary Muller (English. Germ.iui: Ele
nor Ren. (English. German. History);
HHie Annie ltcsor (Engli-h. Lain);
Ansley Hope Roberts fllistnrv. Mathe
matics): John Overton Shaw (German,
Mathematics); Pinckney Freeman
Smith (English. French. History): Mar
garet Hortense Street (Manual Train
ing). Life certificates to teach in elemen
tary schools were award) d to Marv
'lliabeth Bayles, Lela May Fra nip
ton, Mary Lillian Freit. Katherine
Mary Helm, Edith May Leighton. Xel
lie S. Petersen. Julia M. Rugg. Inez
Spicer, Ada Abbot Stuart. Anna Eliza
beth Swainson. Lila Merle Welch. Mrs.
Walter E. White.
Life certificates to teach in high
schools (with specialties as indicated)
are awarded to: Edith Frances Allen
(German) ; Bennetta Maude Barkley
(English, French, German) : Rebecca
Louise Blackmar (History. Latin) A.
B., University of Missouri, 'OS; Clarence
Elmore Bonnett (Mathematics) B. S
in Ed.. University of Missouri, 'OS;
Henrietta M. Bowman (French. Ger
man, History); Willis Joseph Bray
(Chemistry): Minnie Wilford Caldwell
(Mathematics. Physics) ; Mamie Mar
garet Clarahan (German. History);
Frances Cleveland Cole (English,
French. History); Ross Compton (His
tory); Carl Spencer Dakan (History);
Clara Davis (Chemistry, German. Ma
thematics); Christine Dick (French
History); Bessie May Evans (German
Latin) ; Jessie Catherine Margaret
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ith Ursula Geery (English); Edith
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Florence Helm (English. Mathematics) ;
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For the Girl Graduate.
The month of roses and perfect days
belongs to the "sweet girl graduate"
quite as truly as to the bride. Among
the fascinating accessories of the grad
uating outfit arc the bretelles and gir
dle made of ribbon -mil ,. .-l I;..
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gerie sash for wear with any sheer
frock. Attractive girdles are made of
flowered ribbon and adorned with rib
bon rosebuds, or of the plain satin rib
lion finished with a rosette and ends.
Another style consists of narrow rib
lions, closed with a buckle. Flowered
ribbon and lace form beautiful shoulder
scarves, while the wrist-bag of white
satin covered with a network of tied
sold ribbon is particularly charming as
a gift. The X'ew Idea Woman's Maga
zine for June.
"She has as many satellites
"Ah, but how many rings can
show!" Kansas City Journal.