Newspaper Page Text
Tempe Normal OPENS TODAY J HK ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, MONDAY MOimNG, SEPTEMBER 9, 1918 School Baber Jones Mercantile Co. Extends the hand of welcome to the Normal Faculty and Students, both old and new. Having always enjoyed a goodly share of the school business, we wish to remind them that we are able, as usual to fill their smallest need in our various lines of goods. Needless to say, our prices are as low as is consistent with the present market condi tions, and the quality of our goods is up to the usual high standard. Again, we welcome you. Come in. Baber-Jones Mercantile Co. TEMPE Don't Forget Your Hat! We'll take your old one, and after cleaning and blocking it makes sou and your friends think it is a new one. It's the same with clothes. Our method of cleaning old garments cannot be improved upon. The govern ment asks you to economize, and we are here to help you please Uncle Sam. t French Cleaners and Dyers Phen 97 Mill Av, Near Fourth D'm IRustilin' To keep my list of good buys up to its usual standard and have on hand some real bargains. These are situ ated in the very choicest producing sections with ex cellent soil conditions. I invite you to come in and consult me about good real estate. Casa Loma Hotel Building C. 0. AUSTIN Tempe, Ariz. Oviedo Bros, TEMPE-OPP. THE CREAMERY For years we have catered to the public's grocery wants in a manner that has won us an enviable name and constantly increasing custom. We invite you to pay our store a visit, know ing that it will mean new friends and new customers. Our Service is Unexcelled Enrollment Is Largest in History of Institution ' " ' s Arizona's First Educational Institution Opens This A. M. - i The Tempe Normal School opens its scho ol year this season this morning Septem ber 9th. It promises to be the most succ essful of all years for this, Arozina's pre mier educational institution. The poetic, beautiful location of Tempe, surrounded by beautiful homes, and the most wonderful, peaceful, successful farms in the whole country, makes for the success of this as a favorite place for the young men and women of Arizona in which to secure an education. The following makes up the teaching corps of the normal and the training school. Training School Ira D. Payne, A. B., Stanford University, Director. A. J. Matthews. LL. D., Syracuse University, Presi dent; F. M. Irish, Assistant, rhysical Science and Military Drill; W. J. Anderson, B. S., National Uni versity, Chicago, Art; George M. Frizzell, B. Pd., State Normal School, Warrensburg, Mo., Mathematics; James F. Hall, A. M., Harvard University, Ancient Language; A. B. Clark, Chicago Normal School. Man ual Training; Edith Salmans, B. S., Ohio Wesleyan University, Modern Language; James L. Fclton, A. M., University of Chicago; English; Ira D. Payne, A. B., Stanford University, Education and Director of Training School; Ruth M. Wright, Pratt Institute, , Library School, Librarian; Anna R. Stewart. Tempe Normal School, Home Economics; John R. Murdock, B. S., Normal School, Kirksville, Mo., History and Civics: R. B. Bcckwith, A. B., Olivet College, Biologi cal Science: E. Blanche Pilcher, A. B., University of Kansas, Assistant in English; Ethel Zartman, A. B.. Northwestern University, Elocution and Physical Cul ture; Victoria Avakian. Los Angeles Art School, As sistant in Art; L. AV. Flke, A. M., University of Call- ' fornia, Psychology and Sociology; F. W. Hiatt, M. S., University of Chicago, Earth Science and Physiology; Walter H. Sexton. A. B., Bowdoin College, Department of Commerce; Olive M. Gerrish, Columbia School of Music, Chicago, Vocal and Public School Music; James T. Ryan, B. S., University of Wisconsin, Machine Shop and Forge Work; Florence B. Hall, M. A., Drury Col lege, Assistant in Mathematics and English; Winne E. Delzell, A. B., University of Nebraska, Home Econo mics; Forest E. Ostrander, B. S., Washington State ! College, Agriculture; Geo. E. Cooper, Pd., M., Stats Normal School, Slippery Rock, Pa.. Assistant Instruc- :" tor and Athletic Director;, Assistant Librarian. ':. On leave in France. Critic Teachers Mary McNulty Empey, Tempe Normal School, Pri mary Grades; Leona M. Haulot, Tempe Normal School, Grammar Grades; Louise B. Lynd, Tempe Normal School, Rural Critic: Mrs. Ida O'Connor, Tem pe Normal School, Primary Grades; Olive M. Gerrish, Columbia School of Music, Chicago, Music Supervisor; Theresa Anderson, B. Pd., Michigan State Normal College, Intermediate Grades; Amanda L. Zeller, Na tional Kindergarten College, Chicago, Kindergarten; Helen C. Roberts, Tempe Normal School, Primary Grades; Sara Davis Hayden, Stanford University, Intermediate Grades and Playground Supervisor; Ella L. Roll, A. B., Stanford University, Grammar Grades; Administrative Officers A. J. Matthews, President; Lauro Dobbs, Secretary and Accountant; Amelia Kudobe, Records of Stu dents; Anna H, Ridenour, Preceptress of Girls' Dor mitories; Mrs. Erma E. Montgomery, Assistant Pre ceptress; Mrs. Mary W. Waite, Assistant Preceptress. D. C. Austin, General Foreman; J. F. Hendrix, Head Janitor; J. G. Newton, Engineer; Robert Krause, Chef; Mrs. R. N. Krause, Matron of Dining Hall. CALL THIS NUMBER 13" PHONE 42 And we will give your order the same careful attention we would if you had called in person.. This makes it:yeryonyeniejit-fOTtbc.-busy'' housewife. "We always have a fine lot of fresh fruit. Don forget this in your order. TWO DELIVERIES DAILY 9:30 a. m. and 3:30 p.m. Estrada Bros. Cash Store Staple and Fancv Groceries and Fresh Fruits Our Slogan is QUALITY and- . SERVICE Let Us Show You Real Service Mo arvice' Staltiom Vulcanizing and Retreading, Automobile Accessories, Free Air, Water. Bat teries Tested Century 6000-Mile Tires Goodrich Tires . WeAreGlad to Welcome BOTH THE OLD AND THE NEW STU DENTS &nd are here to welcome you in every way possible. Make Tempe your home in every sense. Brown Mercantile Co. "Prather's" " Special agent for B.utterick Pat-, terns and Royal Worcester and Boh Ton Corsets. Clever Ideas for the Student "We have a large and complete assort ment of Fountain Pens Napkin Rings Watches Clocks And the many other articles that will be in demand by Normal students. It will be to your interest to visit this store, and take a look at our well stocked show cases. The prices will interest you, too. Frank Lamont, Jeweler v Tempe, Ariz. . HARD 1 " Special Kitchen Utensils Canning "We have on sale Cotton Picking Sacks, Tent "Wagon Covers and Rolled Duck Horse Collars, Sweat Pads and Harness. Also the famous Mound City Horse Shoe Paint and Varnishes, Japalaes, Colors, etc. All kinds of Stoves, wood, coal and coal oil. All kinds of Steel Goods and Shovels. Kitchen Ware, both Alum inum and Granite. Make your headquarters here. No matter if you buy or not we will give you the glad hand. TEMPE HARDWARE COMPANY The Normal Chocolate Shop Extends to the incoming faculty and students its kindest of greetings and invites them to make this their headquarters when down town. It is cool and pleasant, and our delicious Fountain Drinks, Ice Cream and Light Lunches are the best to be had in town. MILL AVENUE TEMPE GREETINGS TO THE Faculty and Students We welcome you for the coming term, and beg to an nounce that we are prepared to care for your needs as wc have so satisfactorily done in the past. Our stock of Candies, Fruits Vegetables Will be found up to the usual standard, and we will be pleased to greet old and new customers alike. HARRY LUKIN Phone 7 On Eighth St. Tempe National Bank Total Resources $600,000.00 iWe transact a general banking business, safety deposit boxes for rent, travelers checks for sale, and invite your account.