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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914.
FIVE !I,TEREST UI III CHI FIX. SMS I W W mm m i 1 f w w mm. a a mm Am a ai H MM I 1 1 1.KBHIi ii Ui Ui Luummu School Spirit All That Most Zealous Worker Could De sire, Asserts Superintendent from Northern Part M State " "" jgaln the wholo world of knowledge Personally. I feel that tho edu-'and. his own health?' rational spirit in Colfax county In all I in.luPtrlnl work to he nceom- ,. . . .. I pllshed In t'io ono-roomed school in hat a ouloua worker could desire, t , ,, . ' '"'" .,,.. , i"f necessity limited on account of wld Mm. Jn Wkard. miperln- n)e Bm, ,h( -ip,,y of onillimunt ft)(1 jendenl of Colfax county schools, material. Klmplo work, well dc jPHterday, "Most gratifying result j signed for the Individual pupils in lire being obtained In a number of their seals, accomplishes mrat Rood, our 'school. - Much credit belongs to'1" "r ,own who"'" c are doing the efficient teacher' of the county. "The school txcrts anient Influ ence upon the pupil, through disci pline. It does many thing that no nih'-r InNtltution can do so well, "Punctuality, regularity and recog nition of property nnd personal rights rits. rorKAiin T' Snprrlnloortent Colfax ...-.. 1 ' I ' 1 ', . ...'' . . t , ; . i : y ''" . i are some of tho vlrlue for which; from the (lower and vesebible gar the school in larucly responsible. den. .4 r ' .. -- - V, l "Tho Hchoul directors .'ure. in thn, "We hay found that often our main, well qualified for their work I moul serious troubles in tho rural mid nro responsive to every reason-; able siiKKcstion from the county HH-i perintendent. "It Is onlv when tho directors nnd ' . 1 .1. finiiniv Bininr iiretineor niao loe woriv i carefully nnd dellnilely that the befitiis results are accomplished. I hrary nooKs in ine nam, m u.o "We feel we are hound by solemn 1 country school children. A number nhliKaiions to pivo to the children i of the hoys and tfrls have never had 'the things which thev oiiRht to have, the opportunity of comlns In con even thoitKh in doinjf this we find .It tart with any really Rood literature necessary to chanRo conditions which have brought pood results in the past. "There la now a keen incentlii toward securing modern sanitation. ! Our teachers are giving greater at tention Ho the teaching of hygiene, both personal and general, each day. Aesthetic culture Is coming . to the rural school. It Is creating a desire for good school grounds, where trees and Mowers may bo cultivated. 'Window shades, clean sash cur-j Jose Montaner, Superintend ent of Taos County Schools, Declares Annual Meetings Factor in Development, The educational progress In the county of Taos for the Inst three years is worthy of nil praise and considera tion. A glance at the annual reports, which can be found at the state de partment of education, will show that the county in the last three years h:is made wonderful progress In educa tional matters'. The principal features In the work f Superintendent . Jose Montaner, 'hleh has placed the educational mat ters on a solid and Rdequote eystem of modern education, according to him. are the following; Constant supervision of all the Schools in the counts'. Separation, in absolute, of politics from educational matters. The placing of . school directors, teachers and superintendent in accord and union for the betterment of the schools. ' Compulsory attendance at tho coun ty institute on tho part of the teacher'.- . " - , , Refusal to iwme even one permit in three years. . . ; ... The erection of twenty-eight ' nevrJ . i , i ' '. RTTENDANGE AT IM M F A HAIIRF llll III WI1WWM QFADVANCEMENT talna and blackened stoves ro seen I in most of our schools. I "In some nf our schools wo and : well framed copies of real master j pieces of art. You will agree with I mo that tho awakening of l.,e I of order, cleanliness, hnrmony of ! color in hoih the exterior and In terior surroundings of our rurnl Ir. A. (1. ShortlB and family have "Tho water supply for the couniry I school la not satisfactory. We nre doing Hwny with the open bucket and common drinking cup a fur as possible, nnd iibo thn Individual drinking nip nnd n covered Jar or can wilh a faucet. "In nix of the camp schools mod Ion l Inspection lifts lieen provided. Wo peed mod Ion 1 Inspection In nil of our schools. (. Stanley Hall said; What shall It protlt n child If ho very creditable work In owlni and wenviuK. In acimo of the nchoolH the teacher Instructs the pupild In cook- Inpr. "The achod Rarden in the onlv oratory available and nhoud be em - phnsled. The paxt summor, much pleaaurn and prollt were derived am n.rc;iiTi:n nX Schools for . ' ";: Comity. ' Ff hools iwpin on me piy snmn, . Where it is possinie many ol im ; play Rrftund evils may be removed by 'the Introduction of clean athletics. t.r.. nnnKln lihrfll'lim Mlll Cole. viir i '-"-i" - developing n plan to place the li- t outside of their text books, and not onlv welcome good books, but who arc really hungry for, them. "Our schoolhousea are being mnaa more comfortable and our equipment Ih belter cacn year, ji m in umj tho school to discover and foster any ability nosr.ossed by the pupil; to en courage initiative, to train the In telligence to strengthen the will power- nnd develop self -reliance. Such is our Ideal for the Colfax! county schools.' school buildings In the county of Taos during the last threo years. The admission of teacher " with third grade certificates only as assist ants in schools where more than one. leacher is needed. The compulsion of industrial educa tion In cach.school in the county of Taob. Complete annual attendance of the teachers to the New Mexico Educa tional association during the last ,!,,.,, vears (Taos county obtained the rounty banner in 1912 and 1913). Fif ty teachers are now attending tne euu cationul meeting. The county of Taos has In the census 41-9 children and 90 per cent attend their respective schools. It has 06 school districts and !i2 school build ings. Sixty-one teachers are employ ed in the county with the following certificates: II teachers with, first grade certificates; 29 witn second grade and 21 with third grade. The total cost in the county of Taos for educational purposes, in 1913-H, was $27,539.10. Convention Notes. The compilation of Now Mexico's school laws by Chief Clerk Uupert F. Asplund of the department of educa tion Is being distributed in printed form. It represenW the report of n special committee consisting of J. B. Tavlor. chairman: Joseph 8. Hofer and h C Mersf elder. The work has been well done and Is to be submitted to the legislature. It makes no chanegs in the present statutes, mere ly arranKca them in Ingleal order and hamoniL them. Whatever chants are to be recommended will be sub mitted in separate form. On Wednesday at 2;3 o'clock, at a ouslnosa meetin of tho .I'atron . sec- tion state officers are n. c nr SCHOOLS FACING T Many New Buildings Being Erected Without Aid of Bond Issues; Average Term Is More Than Seven Months. Tho school year I'jH-l'JIH linn opened in a manner which speaks well for the progress of the schools of ijiant rounty and fur the term juxt entered upon. The county, which embraces 7,394 square ini.hu of territory, has forty hcIiooI districts, scattered from the J:i ksnu school on the Socorro county line on the north to the Clovcrdalc school, lying iiiuler the shadow of tho Sierra M.idrc mountains on the Mexl- HE R BEST YEAR can border; from Jlodeo m the Arl- lab-!ona )iu to Kherman on the easlt rn 1 bnundiiry. j Thv diHiricts arc, without a xlaRle exec pllon,, trlf-aupportinti, no diHtrict t lasklnK wnte aid to enable it to nuiln-' jtain vchonl the five mntulin- term re-! 1'iutred by Inw. I ant your the aver-I n-'e KiiRih of tern) in the eyunly v,aj ! 2-9 inontha. ' ! . . . . . . .. I i.'cj.v umn is ncinu inane r.y ine county KiiiH'iintendeiit to raise the Islardard of teachers citiplojed In Crnnt i-nunly. Thin year all hoards were notified that no contructH would j be approved for K aolins Ih.UIiiik third jHifide lenifunlCH, and no jeritiilH 'wool. be Irstted. the hevAniy-four teachers cm plovfd in the co.:nt.v, ten hold life ier Itlflcnles, ten hold pro'iMional cert If i icates, fort y-ci hold first urade ier i tifU'iites, and oijiht hold peoond jrrfili' ; certificate. , ' 1 Tho sehool biiiliKurg i.ie for the most p.irt mortem nnd comfortable. The Silver City public echool, reier.tly 1 built at n cost of ;.', 000, Is modern In j every detnll. , At I.orilHloii K, a two room addition was completed last i year r t n corI of $,"i,:'0ft. A splendid three-room bulldiiiK, contio $3,roin, In iJiist ready lor occupancy at I'ierro. A new one-room bulldinx: has Just been ; completed at fepar. At Uodco, the i board of directors are planning an laddlttoiiul room and other Improve mentH pou which work will be com 'nienced at once nnd which will i out j fl.iuiO. At lUchmond, the directors will let n contract within the month ; for an up-to-date two-room biiiblitm of cement blocks td cost $3,,ri00. llu chita in plunninx nn addition nf two rooms to Its p rotten t excellent 'builiiini?. Two rooms lire being- added to the I Hurley building nnd will be ready for 'occupancy by the first of the year, : Plnyas hnasta an excellent new j adobe building. Kcri Hock has Just i ! completed a splendid new one-room jhtiilillnK- Central has under consld Icratlou the rrcction of un up-(o-data ' four-room biiildlmir upon which work ;will btvliesun this year. . I j All of this building Is lieinK done ' without hondim,'. There are no out-' standing bonds in any of the distrli is. j Tho sc hool hiilldiiiRS are well fur-1 nlahed and every effort Ih Im t n vr made I y' Hchool nut hriril li s to Improve 1011- fj jon(. rraiijcaiiy every school Ih MISS ISABF.M.A ECKLE8. j Superintendent of Kcliools for Grant County. furnished wilh single rents nnd nm ple, hlaeklmnrd facili(ienf hesidca. the pecessary globes, maps, etc. Industrial work Is rapidly belnu In troduced into nil of the schools nnd most satisfactory results nre being- ob tained aloni? this line. The. enrollment this year far ex ceeds that of any previous year, nnd the school nnlhorities of (I runt coun ty feel the schools have entered upon tho banner year of their existence. EUGENIC MARRIAGES Will, Insure to this country a healthier aud more IntclliKent "fam ily of the future" anil many a wom an, obviously unfit for marriage, has had her health r-stored by the tlmolv use of Lydla E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, tho most successful rem edy for female ills Ihe World has ever known. Enormous quantities of roots and herbs are used annually In malt ing this good old-fashioned remedy and no woman who suffers from fe male ills should lose hope until she has tried it. ( Women Suffer Terribly from Kidney . Vrouhle. .Around on her feet ell day no wonder a, woman hns backache, head ache, stiff swollen Joints, weariness, poor sleep and kidney trouble. Foley Kidney Pills give quick relief forthej troubles. They strengthen the kid neyg take away the aches, puin and weariness. Make life worth livlnir again. They will absolutely drive, out rheumatism, weak back and swollen aching joints due to kidney and blad der trouble. Try Foley KWney Pills and aee how much better you feel. For a-ile by Hnit'a. Inn. nesnlts frunt Journal Want Ado, i IT '- ' 1 1 lrT ,..' 'r 7 ':,. 'V:';K U i "i ' ii T Benjamin Sanchez Awaken? Spirit for Education Over Jurisdiction Twice the Sie of Any Other in State, I'robably no two count) superin tendent!! in liny of the slated exerds tin lr jurisdiction over si.eh an exten sive fbdd as has hei n allotted to Ilen .lamln fanchex. who i at th. helm of the public schooln of Socorro counts. This countv cover an areu eq iul to that r,f ef.a or the New Knitl mil slate, and may wifely be called tin countv "f lllalllllfieelit dlstani'CH, it is II ton 1 1 Ifi.'i Illlli'H east to west alul about tlnhty-flvo mil. N from north I" south. -Mr. Sanchez, woo has traveled from one end to the oth. i, often niaey nillen from one, school dinriit to an other, in sparsely "lt. ( renlnn. may be able to tell )ou that the Joli !k not an eiiiiy one, where the points arc re- l!i..lMix s wciii-;,, Sn ii'ri n I I'm Ii'ii t of School, for ciocoriii Count y. mote from railroad commtin'.cutlon, and at the same time must keep In ac tive lom h with h's local office routine work. Still he has not fuijod to do hl full duty to hlf eonst't neuts, and In spite of all handicaps he points with priik. to the fact that all ol his districts ire Mtpplitd with good, efficient and en cictlc teachers, who cheerfully co opeiate with hltn In tin ir .ariou ru paclties and callliin. Socorro county has now fifly-thre school districts. This mi miner u, pew high school building has ticeu, greeted in Socorro and the nttendaiiee.lt has received has exceeded the mi-( sanguine expecta tions. 'I.'lii' high school Is under th- energetic niananeinent of J'rof. lieoige l.otiuce and Jllss K. I!, (reason. .Mr. SanchcL has employed a corps of enei 'etlc teach, r. who stand by him to u man, and he knows how to get .enthusiasm and work out of them, ns be Is himteir a strennoii worker and energetic puticr. s E Mountainous Districts and Bad Roads Fail to Break Down Daily Showings When Mar tinez Rouses School Spirit, . Ulo Ariha county has an nvvniae nally attendance In Its schools of 7.5 per 'cent. 1h.it Rlnle sentence te'ls I the work that has been performe 1 in this mountainous and Inaccessible country by County .Superintendent Da vid Martinez, Jr., hfn t leaves out Interesting details. Me Mi, f-tln.. !i,,u l.i.. Ir. ..rri,.. since the stale administration --ton over the manfiKeinent of affairs fro-.i the old territorial leKlme. Me has had charge of the educational work of sixty-eiffht districts, nomo of them separated from the county scat by PAVIO MAUTIXKZ, JR. Stiicrlnlendcnl of ScIkmiIh for Itin Arriba County. long and difficult stretches of moun tain roads, some of them even 150 miles nvay from the rollroud, The superintendent h visltod cnt'h of these dlstricta regularly , every year SCHOOL IHTERES ROUSED THROUGH SOCORRO COUNTY !' - ' " " V:' ! ' .' ' i ; - i . . i. f i . , s I "i H E PERCENTAG I I OF ATTENDANCE r ! I .1 j ,K ! " ' L! LI L Unusual Facilities Offered Pu pils for Work in Upper Grammar and Secondary Grades Under Supt. Gumm. Lincoln county has thiity-fi.ir school buildings with filty-oiui rooms, rive of which were op md this tctiii Three old biiildinuH Were u lnindone,! for new school house and In two newly created district,, new school houses nre lic'nif luillt. The Intcilor furnishings ui" mipnnini; each year, modern eiiu,imieiil ami niniile (b-ls taking the place of bmne-madr benches, (if Ihe thirty dlsirlets nil but one commenced the fill term wilh it bal ance to their or dlt Twenty have u l."i-mlll levy (his year nnd but two es I ttle as five. The enumeration of children of school age for the prcMi-ni year ii 2.419, an Increase uf :'0T. The per c iitaan of cnrollimni it large and lb" Httendnnce Is better each term. The county hiuh school at Capltun has an enrollment of t ent) -tin, c pupils 'in.l is doing much to Iiuit.-m t lt pupi!s of the rural school In work beyond the grades. Its work In 'adust-h l lin.-s is f n high "tiler. The ("arr1. r.i no public school also offers a higli icliool course, forty pupil" Iwvo been enroll ! this term In the foitr-yonr Haiidant slate high school work, lis filt lass itadtiatdl Inst siuvtig. nnd. Jud-,:lin from the Interest i !!i" slu (li lit". IniK't t lass w II eoinplct - the course em h year. Corona and Ancho also offer two yfars of tilth schcol woik. There l a constant effort to keep, the rural school well grade. 1 and more and more children m:. ad vantage ef higher crude work. Of the fifty-three teachers employed more than half hold Una ar.ule cer tificate or better, nnd a lh!.-d did professional work at the summer term of normal schools in the past vacation. The average salary last yet.' wiiss S(i3 filr an average term of seven months. To these teachers' enthusi asm and perseverance III overcoming crude conditions the reboots owe most of the great progress that Is helm? made. Tho chief problem of the rounty Is to give school facilities to each com munity, which, with the Increase of homesteaders, makes new d'striem SUSS lXIZMiKTH fiCMM, (superintendent of ScIkmiIh for I iiicolu I l on niy. i and buildings necessnry, and to ut trained, experienced teachers In ea -n I room that tho school may fulfill Us duty of mnklnif Kood citizens of th1 J Krowlnff generation, In every branch, htilldinn-s, turnlsh- lims, f.nani-e, methods of touching and Interest of the patrons, the schools of ( Lincoln county show a marked Im provement ouch year. and the more accessible ones twice or thrice ns often. The county held two Institutes last summer, one at Kspanolu and ono at tho munly seat, Tierru Amarilla, in order that there might be no lin k of mnterlnl available to fill the teach ers' chairs In the county's; eighty schools. There was snmo cxpensn connected with these, horno by the counly school fhnd, httl the results luive amply" Justified the oiMlnv Work is now progressing on no less than , twenty-seven school houses In as mahy districts nnd by next yenr it Is expected that every district will have its own modern school, ninply f.rllliiuifid find rMiiifthln nf rlnliitr Mclirtrit work that will compare favorably with any. Indeed, this standard may be said to have been reached already, for j the schools of the county nre now do- 1 log excellent work. - t The handicaps have been overcome, ! thn obstacles removed lind the entire system placed upon a. sound basis, j SICK WOMAN COULD LIVE AT BERNALILLO FOR HER BABIES T'nder Sheriff llck Lewis received nn offer of aid from Ilernallllo for the Pennsylvania, woman ' hd wanted to i como hero to live for her babies. The offer came from a woman. She told j tho under sheriff that the Pennsyl vania woman could rent a house) cheaply there, and that slio and her I husband would be willing to give her I some assistance. Anions; the exhibits ir, a wonderful book from Ihe Magdalcna High achool, containing decorated und il lustrated papes of each pupil's work. It Is to be a permaennt record di'di ci'.ted -to .th" classes that will follow in tho course of time. Mrs. George Dixon and Miss Nora Trew are the. teachers. High schools of HI COUNTY AREEXCEPTIONA OLDEST OF ALL EXECUTIVES IS IE Mis, S, F, Culkrsr.ii, Eldest County School Supeiiutend enl in II, S., Ilcio to Aid in Woik of Association, Mrs. S. 1'. Culberson, the o.. i county school superloli ml -tit in the entire ci'tinlr). ! a vlutor here f.c the meeting of the Mute cil neat lona I assoclillon. Mrs. I 'uMm IhhII, despite her more tli.m ;o )e;U.-, 1 hale nnd heartv and sits all cxannile of , ro and efl cleiie that mini' vounij.-r mi pellntclidelllH ale iiiite willing to fol low. Mth. Culliei'Min has tiao formed Ih" schools of linos-volt ei only in ill short lerioil of her incuiiibciic) hi:.' has several Important iuprn i-uu-nti In mind whu h she pnoio-,-s to in. r" on In Ihe future. She make It a practice to visit every fi Imol under her jiirisdii tlon not only once a year, Mils. s. r. ei i.ni:its(, Siicrlntcndciit of s bonis for lioox' (cll Ciuiiiiy mill the oldest Count) School Head In the Cinitiir). ns reiUlt((l by law, but several times, milking tile difficult trips Into the less accessible districts of linosewll county In automobile or carriage, and thmving- surprising vigor. When Mrs. Cnlhernon took up her work as superintend 'lit the Konse velt county scIiooIm were In poor con dition. I'mler her administration th" terms have been lengthened, the num. her of grades taught IntreiiS'd, the teachers' salaries raised and the stan dard of teachers rmploy.nl raised. At tho same time, the enrollment al the different ehon)s has be. n liu rcn-e.! nnd the pen ent igc of (hiblreii In the higher graib s has increased In a nmt gratifying way. Mrs. Culbirroii Is Inking an active part In the work of the ussoclation. Itcsults from .Iniii'iial Want Ads. Ir 1 I - id i - o i U S V 'i r" ! ! v ) o 10 . vV 1 X o I . . - . 1 id 9 ' 1 .4 -J .. Thnt nfllflto -nipflsinfr t j 0 . Peppermint flavor is double strength in this new, exquisite confection: for those who love real, honest - to - goodness Peppermint The flavor is long lasti-ngl It's double wrapped and sealed the goodness can't get out impurities can't get in. Always fresh and full-flavored. ' And the band around each 5c package is a United Profit-Sharing Coupon good for presents worth saving them for. . Double value I United Coupons now also come with 'the SPICY MINT DON'T DELAY Milne .lbiiqiieriUi' rcoide He j l earned Thnl Neglect Is Ihiilgi roils. The sllghte-Jt symptom of kidney (rouble Is far too mt'ioiis to he over looked. Its tho mn.ill, tligleeted lltiuil-hs that co of'en lead to xetlniiH -kidney ailments. That pain in the "small" of your luck; that urinary I Iri'cgulnritt ; llic-e headai hes and .diJ-v spell;-; that weak, winty. ivitii out leelini,, in, is- he 1111 1 ii reft warning (of kidney u-enl, ik-mi. Why I it k your life hv in li cliin; lloe niptomr," Iti ai h I In- unco of the tr.oitde while tin (y c is time - I u '' ti I l ea! Imt (-our I l;idi;i vs al ei:. e w llll a Hi. d iunl piov I rii hiilm v n mi-tv. No lo-e, lii e K -jpeilmcnt 1 'Hi's l.idoci I'IIIm h.ive I In-, ii so, 1 1 s- in iiv ns. ,1 in Ihou-iamls of :,ase:i of l i liicy t ii. ol Ii-. li.r mil- Mi 'seals. I loan's KidiK) I i H me list d ',m I ro, oiuiin nde.i t lir.iii-; 'loin the , Iv I d -zed u iii Id. I'hiiloi'K, d al lionn1. Kcad A ll.ii.iner'iite te.slimony. I Mrs. .1. i. 1'ole, '.'in st. nroiiilw.-IV. I Albci) iicr'i in', ;-aK. 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