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THE MISSOURI. HERALD, HAYTI, KE3SOURI
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teachers of Pemlsofcolrty
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John Deere Implements
John Deere Wagons
A. O. ALLEN, Mgr.
The teachers of "Pemiscot coiiwty
gathered in Caruthersvllle for their
Wtiualy Couhty 'Association -at 1 :0ft
o'clock Thursday) December 7th and
continued In session .until Saturday
The weather man was not kind,
Evidently he had exhausted all of
his sun-shiney days last fall when
folks were needing them for cotton-
picking and only rainy days were
left, for hardly a day of last week
passed without rain. The roads
were absolutely impassable for cars
and the weather was extremely disa
greeable. But it takes more than
such small thinca rfs these to keeD
.the teachers of Pemiscot county,
away from their County Association.
-They-remembered that - they could
still walk: .that, there were wagons
-kind buggies and that the Missouri
mule could tsUll be ridden. Out of
one hundred sixty teachers in the
county, less than a dozen fulled to
register and" a truly good meeting
was had. City teachers, village
.teachers and rural teachers partlcl-
EjMtar with equal ihearty good wiMi
Excellent' addresses we're deliv-1
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t - .gomttkinftNMw .,-were. tie .Mttr
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ered by O. A. Thellman of the State
Lpepartta'ent of -Education, Dean '.A.
. 'Douglas and Miss 'Esther L Kttei
hans of Cape Girardeau Teachers
heqUege, Supt. Roy V. Ellise pf
IfHikestonV Sunt:" Egbert '-Jennings of
llCerinett and P. H. Roberts of Web
ster Groyes. All of these were good,
Wion Friday -evening i received t -most
comment. In this address he brought
out the historical importance and
fljfteaAnt 'day- significance of three.
great issues -.di me uay, nuuieiy.
The struggle for Constantinople and
Bosphorus; the" disputed boundary
line between' France and 'Germany
and the rivalry between the Cau
casian and the Mongolian for world
supremacy and dominion. His, ad-
.areas was aoie, Bcnoiariy ana in
Many of the addresses and discus
iiions 'by Ideal superintendents, prin
cipals and teachers were as good and
better than those heard in State and
district meetings. -To. mention each
one1 would takV tobmuch-'tlme' an
space, for when we remember that
the Association was in session for
two full days and one evening, it is
apparent that a great many subjects
J, were covered, and many good speech-1
tlon of Principal Vt J. Newport.
ucipaiea 'neariuy in inese eiercineo
and will pass them on to their pupils.
Each period of these exercises
brought about a deal of topping of
knee joints and backbones anil some
teachers were heard to express the
fear that they had developed
"cricks." Nevertheless, everybody
seemed to enjoy them immensely.
Mrs. Coleman and tho grade chil
dren . of Caruthersville furnished
most excellent music and singing for
the opening of each session of the
A number of teachers from differ
ent schools in the county contrib
uted excellent readings and their
efforts were ably supplemented by,
two of the school children, of the
Holland school. In all of these read
ings, real talent was exhibited for
the entertainment of the Associa
On Thursday evening Miss Kne-'
hans and Mr. Thellman went out to.
the. Chanel school, where they spoke
tof ah -'excellent community, meeting j
of the school district.
''Everything considered, I J; can., be
said 'tatr tills fwas one; off the- .most
successful "and worth while teach
ers associations ever held in Pemis
cot county. . Supt. .Ross egresses
the" unqualified opinion, that ;Femtf
cot county has the best corps of
public school teachers in all of Mis-
Jiuri.and to themjie; gives the credlj
ot only 'for the success of this sheet
ing, but for the progressive, improv-
inr school 'situation . !m Pemiscot
county.- . .u v h.:
The only disagreeable feature
connected with the Association was
the. fact that Insufficient, hotel, and
rooming house accommodations 1b
the city made it necessary for dozens
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ersvilleThirsday aftenwon '-laftl
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eight years":service m Judge of mlijM
Judicial Circuit, and am- the .tiK3Ett ':
day ot January will 'retire ''t6thx;t
walks of private life. ,V iml
imv 1Mb riu Ul uub aivuBit; p WKV5..J
court was pernaps me most ubiiuci
of his entire tenure, in that there;' M
was no regular panel ui nu jurt w'5i,
This, however, appears to have been, 'fcte39$raS
v IKtlo honrflpn'n. n utmA .1BA ''J.. )f,'.'SI
chm were mitlRfactorilv disnosed of., .'.M
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EHVciency or service was always a j awi
hrbbv with the Judce. and whatever -Jlm
.- jit- i- ...iji .ij nra .i.fc . Yftrffl
Be uuuoriuun, uo wuuiu nun IIW-tK- " . .tjw
and. .dozens of taachers to ' return
home or go, to Hayti for each nig.
Had the weather been pleasant and
the roads good this would not have
been 'bad, ,but wlth conditions as
they were, this was a.real hardship.
Chris Settle of Mlcola was here
Tuesday visiting his former neigh
-Wash Kettles, all sizes,
lefler Hardware Co.
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lfctlatelylncether.day he sfc foot!
drn Pftniscot ibdiirity 'soil. andtcred-SW
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Its 'him with sincerity of
NAtalways have we a greed i
essentials we have not beef- far.
apar,'. One thing we have admired O0T
Iaejiiiigeis, irqinerences arose, we
laBeH-big enough and fyroaef
enough not to harbor and shownetu-'
ihIamI. Annhor nnlnt with tk'" V,
Jud'gcwas always an even balance- A"iM
m ,n mm In m 44 ! a varlf 9 tft vAo W u, tilt
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4A MAn Avmnnt ninYt mawllia am madfht... Htw
bU iiuiiv wiii ouwu &. uso mvm-w. .- ,, .'rr
ior, the, betterment of the defense-
less and fallen, when in his Judg-?',.
ment such leniencies were duly de-$&
served , -
AJW.1.A- MkAin A'' UPitriN h.if.
uii iuc .uuijuusu "-"H ""'Si "iifi
satisfied every reasonable require- ' -,'sjp
stent, ana nis;omciai recoro "cnai-jjv
iB:the;lghisj;eaem of hoeeH.
whm he served. The writer" oti,
rj"We 'have l'n'o intimation ofwha:
the Judge's future intentions are, t
hut whatever they may be, In pri-,
vat orj pubic llf,er, his eight years'"!
record as" Judge of 'judicial Circuits
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the first of?
L. L. Lefler returned
tthe, week from Stj Xpuis, where hP"
wentin the interest of his l!newlyU,
established hardware busisess: Jt
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