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THE CITIZEN April 20, lt2 MOTHER OK MRS. OSBORNE IMKS AT LONG BEACH, C A I.IK. The following dipping from the Ing BcBch (Calif.) ft will le of interest to Cilfi zn readers. It win fortunate that Treasurer an.) Mr. Osborne could be with Mr. Os borne's mother, at th last. and for a long visit before Mrs. Malthy was called away. Mrs. Emily Houch Malthy, mother of Ir. Benjamin T. Malthy and Miss Kuth Malthy of this city, passed iway at 2 o'clock Wednesday aftor nonn in her home, !!." 8 I'asadem nvemie. Mrs. Malthy was birn in Atwater, O, May 10. 1S:W. She wns a resi lient of Ohio until ten years ago when she came to OaSifnrnia and made Ixr.ir Bench her home. Mrs. Malthy was possessed of tal ents of a high order and she retain ' ed her mental faculties until the last. Her knowledge of the scriptures, her familiarity with the irreat ppets, her acquaintance with the stars and her appreciation of nature's beauties marked her as a person of rare cul ture anil intellect. She was a close student of world BtTairs and followed with keen interest the discussions of the armament question. Mrs. Malt by was a life-long member of the Congregational church and her beau tiful Christian character was an in spiration to those who knew and loved her. ! She is survived by the following six children: Mrs. Thomas J. Os borne, Berea, Ky.; Mrs, Louis C. Hin man, Aberdeen, Wah.; Mrs. Harry A. Beckett, Lakewood, O.; Albert S. Maltby, Hastings, Fla.; Miss Ruth Maltby and Dr. B. T. Maltby of this city. Y, W. C-A. The Young Women's Christian As social ion to the student means more than she can explain to one who has never lived a part of her life within its atmosphere. We (rain something of indescribable value as we strive tit grow and serve in Christian fel lowship, ami to make the purpose of the Y. W. C. A. real and vivid, not only to ourselves, but to every stu dent on the campus. The purpose of the Y. W. C. A. is I. To lead students to faith in toil thru .Jesus Christ; J. To lead them into mombershin and service in the Christian Church: .1. To promote their growth in Christian fait and character, espe cially thru the study of the Bible; 4 To influence them to devote themselves in united effort with all Christian to mnking the will of, Christ effective in human society, and to extending the Kingdom of God thruout the world. ! The following information will per-1 haps be of interest to those who hnve not been able to be with us thru the year: j During the past year the office of the Undergraduate Representative wns introduced into our local Asso-J nation. This new, important office ' Is to keep us informed as to the pol-1 icies and scope of the National Y.W. C. A., interpreting for us the Na-J tional organization, and to bring to' the National organization a clearer' understanding of the needs of college, girls. I A pioneer Sunday was also intro-' duced into our Y. W. C. A. program, i the purpose of which is to bring the i girls the work of our own Berea pio neer women. This date is the Sun day following Mrs. Rogers birthday. 1 i ft, . l t. : t Funeral sen-ices Will be conducted ""uary "" by Holton Sons at 10 o'clock Fri-!wi" be V h is "equaled day morning from the family resi iUnrntmi - Enruhtij JOHN FRANKI IN BROWNE On the 70th birthday of my brother WII.MAM WAI I. ACE BROWNE Tht gl.ii- of ikbifs pits tht rasl. td attlins fierce tht sky. Tht ,l,to that sfa kltd on tht g its in light unit rati high. Tht lands, aft m,ir,hti h'tttica J ft cm wooded hii! to plain. Anothti day, anothct lift, a ui .r'fd in again. A litllt boy unto his fi.nmatt calls, i Thir ryes ae bright, their cherts with color goii irg. A i,1 toy and lightness in filch stcf is showing. T'lftr liht-broicn hill' Ml iff I thf Hindi soft fngf . (' Jot ihrii.ii smooth ,arrssing sunshine linden.) tin rfj.f likf wind to if t on thf fltattd tar falls. "Come, brotier, come 0Wav. Comf, brothtt. comf and flaw" The saffhite ,oud of t; tnmg jfoat gentlx in thf west. Tht long. In tit Jiif is nt.it th' ,lose; beyond tht tale tin int. Tkt fulse of moonlight jut; ti s ufon the ti tmulous farts. An. on tht tu'f a , atftt of light tin. shado:,- wtarts. A man of start to h;t first playmate , (f.fsi fright tht i' eytt; thtir cliftkt tht agt-linrt showing Thf bruised teed tht clti strong ilef is knowing: On thtir gr hair tht solemn starlight lingrrs; 7)i smooth thtir brows frtss oft tht -tphyr's Jingtis.) His roi.e fii-t Vfsftr summons on thf hutht far falls. "O htothtr, ,, if is falling, ani gloaming gathtt s fast. Curftio li ill soon hf calling; fit long our day is fait. Put, tori'iat tnd is nta'ing and light is on tht tray ' Come, frothtt , comf away; Comf, join tt-ith mt and ft ay." dence, 2658 Pasadena avenue. Dr. , Henry Kendall Booth will officiate. Mrs. Maltby will he buried at Sunny side cemetery beside her late hus band, Harrison Maltby. with the work of these women. Th year Mrs. LeVnnt Dodge, who knew Mrs. Fee and Mrs. Rogers intimate ly, told of their early hardships and achievements. Ten union devotional meetings ! were held, with an average attend ance of 200 each; 91 devotional meet ings were held, with an average at- : tendance of 47 each. The group di vision meetings are held at Ladies Hall for college women, Kentucky , Hall for Vocational and Foundation women, James Hall for Academy wo men, and this year a new group was 1 organized for Normal women at I Morningside. The union meetings I have usually been special meet- i ings in Main Chapel, led by ! such people as President Hutch- ins. Miss Bowerjox, Mrs. Sherwood Eddy, Mrs. Dodge. Mrs. Dizney, Mr. BEREA COLLEGE GIRLS GIVE GYMNASIUM EXHIBITION The following is the program of the Gymnasfum Exhibition given by the girls of Berea College and allied schools, Monday afternoon in the ' Tabernacle, under the direction of Miss Helen C. Paulison, Physical Di rector for Girls. It was one of the finest things presented by students of Berea Col lege in many days: Prof ram Marching Tactics College Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Washburn and Gustafs Skoal ( Health) .. .Secondary ethers, while the group meetings A Swedish Singing game repre-jwere led chiefly by students on de sentting first, the paying of homage votional topics, dealing especially to superior; second, the gay life of, with their own particular problems, a peasant, even tho he passes under As has been the custom, seventeen the yoke of subjection. Thursday evening Bible study classes Bleking (Swedish) ...... Foundation were re-organized in the various Crested Hen Secondary dormitories, with a total weekly av- Chimes of Dunkirk erage attendance of 250. Third and Fourth Grades' Thru our membership campaign In Winding Wand Drill College the fall, the membership increased Ace of Diamonds Secondary : from 69 to 205. a. I See You. (Swedish singing The Xmas Bazaar and Field Day game). work (if the Financial Committee was b. Oats, Peas, Beans and Barley very successful, and in spite of the Grows. .. .First and Second Grades high cost of living, we were able to Tantoli (Swedish) Foundation send three delegates to Blue Ridge Pop Goes the Weasel j last June. Fifth and Sixth Grades Besides hospital calls, taking flow- Pizzk-ata Dumb-bell Drill . . . Normal ers and literature to the sick, deco- Indian Dance i rating the Founders' graves on Dec- Seventh and Eighth Grades oration Day, the Social Service Com- The Pantomime represents the of-mittee sent a Christmas box to the fering of prayer to the Great Spirit Buckhorn Orphanage. and the smoking of the Pipe of The aim of the Social Committee Peace. was to promote high social stand- Hebbert Barn Dance Normal frds on the campus; and during the Dutch Dance College year they gave three successrul so- Minuet College and Normal j cials. Indian Club Drill Training Class; In connection with Worl.l Fellow Highland Schottische Secondary! ship, a special offering was aent to Csardaa (Hungarian).... Secondary; im Helen Dizney for her work in Japanese Dance 'China. We have had conferences Seventh and Bight Grades with a number of prominent people French Doll (Solo Dance) uch as Mile. Bidgrain, representing Ona Bender, Eleanor Waugh,the World's Christian Student Feder- Kamarinskaia (Russian Folk J)ance) t'n: Mr. Shelton, Secretary of the Training Class Congregational Churchea of Ameri- Ira, who. presented Home Mission Work; Mr. Clark, from India, who AN APPRECIATION I presented Foreign Mission; Miss Hoi- A convalescent in the College Hos- liday and Mr.. Robbinj, representing pital, who does not take notice of the the Student Volunteer Movement, and unusual, kindly treatment of patients,' also our own Mr. and Mrs. Wash has not yet gotten sufficiently away burn, just returned from Africa, from self to care much about com-, The Secretary, Music, Publicity and forta of other. It ia possible that. Room Committees have worked well many friends of Berea Colledge do to insure the success of every meet not realize the importance of this ing. asset to the community. The cold,' A new Y. W. C. A. reserve shelf stiff formalities which seem to be I in the main library is now open to part of ao many of these Institutions all who are interested in the work do not exist here. On the other hand, of the Y. W. C. A. the performance of every duty seems Our Constitution was revised to be a spontaneous expression of : March 24, VJll, to the Personal Basis good will and genuine interest in the of Membership. Now any girl of patient Clean and cheerful sur-1 the Institution may he a voting mera roundings with a diet so whulseon.e ; ber of the Y. W. C. A., provided and attractive bid the patient God a. That she is in sympathy with speed on hi way to recovery. the purpoae bf the Association; We are to be congratulated that we b. That she make th following' have a management at th head rfi declaration: "It ia my purpose to tHia Institution which produce such 'live a a true follower of the Lord result. Jesu Christ." Council met in Berea this year and delegates from the different college of the State attended. We were fortunate in having with us Misses Riggs, Lawson, ard Reid from the South Central Field Office of the Y. W. C. A. and Misses West and Bon ner, from the National Board, who are working especially with second ary school girls. This conference wns very beneficial to all, especially the Berea girls. One of the most iiiiportant meetings of the confer ence was the talk on "Prayer" given by President Hutchins. I'erea is planning to vend a dele gate to the National Convention of the Y. W. C. A. at Hot Spring, Arkansas, April 20-27. While we have made many error, and could have improved along many lines, and feel much like. "I wih I could talk to myself as I left 'im a year ago; BASE BALL GAME DOUBLE HEADER Monday, April 21 Foundation vs. Academy. 1:00 p.m. College vs. Normal, 3:00 p.m. First real baseball game of the sea ion. Ailmi."Sion 15 cents. Y. W. C. A. April 16. 1922 The Y. W. C. A. at Ladies Hall was unusually interesting last Sun day evening. The meeting was led by Blanche N'icolia, a graduate of Berea College. Miss Nicolia is now a Y. W. C. A. Secretary in Lam-aster, O., where she is doing very interesting and help ful work. She has made a special sludy of the industrial girl and her problems, and gave many interesting facts concerning them, in which the i rllege girls are interested. She tell 'im a lot. that would save 'im a U,K"' '""I"""" ol lot of the things that 'e ought to""' - .r.. L " ... ,, t,.t turn i . i . -.:n i oe inpv iiih v inuw mm we are pun ir-. It is hoped that more Berea girls ollow this line of work and real help to our industrial sis- operating with them in striving to make the purpose of the Association real and vivid to the general mem bership, and in generating the spirit ual power and ideals that we long to see in the student body. Retiring Cabinet, Mary C. Johnson, Pres. The K. NORMAL NEWS E. A. has closed and -.ev- eral of our students and teacher have returned with some very inter esting ideas. ; We should make it a ters. We were also honored with the presence of Miss Jones, another for mer student of Perea. She gave her thought in song. We are always glad to welcome fomier members of the Y. W. C. A back into our meetings, and hope thnt we may be able to give something as well as receive. ORATORICAL CONTEST (Continued from Paga Ona) number of first places given by the point to get them to impart some of, judges, or of adding up the ranks, he those suggestions to us. ' would have been one of the three, Miss Goldia HuU-hinson, who ha but under the Constitution of the In been in the College Hospital, left for j ter-State Oratorical Association the home. April 12.. Mis Rumsy went j method of estimating ratings ronsisti to Morehead with Goldia and her, of adting the ranks to determine one father. While she was there she 'place only; then throwing out those saw Henry Scaggs, a former student ranks, reassigning rank and add of Berea Normal. He took her to ing again to determine another p)ace; court and Miss Rumsy heard her first throing those out again and pro murder trial. From Morehead she feeding to determine a third place, went to Winchester. While she waTM resulted in giving Mr. Welsh a here, she ran upon another one of our, tie on the first count, giving him a former students, Everett Allen. A place in advance of the one of the Everett had a few leisure minute, he ) upper three on the second count, but took Miss Rumsy for a spin over the , bringing him one point below upon citiy. After all the pleasures of the, the third count. day. Miss Rumsy returned at nine I To the casual observer there ap o'clock. April, 13, with a big smile. peared to be no oration of auch ex- The boy of the formal and Voca- ( cellenca a to outclass all the other, tional School witnesed a very inter-1 Any three out of four oration might erting baseball game, April 10. Theie kt-en chosen aa equally accept score was 22-7 in favor of the Nor-ilI to the audience. The Kentuc mal team. - orator was unfortunate in draw- A group of girl went to the rural position of last speaker on school. April 17. to observe. Theyith Pram, a position requiring a will begin their practice teaching out 'VP6 of "ration whose strength i not there April 24. We wish them sucl ."utn l thought or compo.i (.psB tion a in manner of presentation, in Miss Frey spent a pleasant weelc:'orce ot voil- nd aTtura, in order with some of her friend, in Loula-!to in"um-a effectively an audience ville. She .emed to have enjoyed ' nd i"'1. h '"''y il,t- the lectures and banquet given at the ne1 "entively for an hour and K. E. A. Nevertheless, she wa glad1th' rtar. to return to Berea. She came back' moat hopeful ign i to be smiling, too. 'ound In the tact that where, last Mis. Delor. Herndon. a fornler X" Berea . orator took fifth place, .tudent of Berea, .pent the week-end th" th.rd. If he here. She I. teaching in Corbin .tlhoul1 eont'nu n th V ' thi. tin. and i. doing a progre..iv I ouUom ,or "M work. Two teaspoonsful of Tanlac in a little water taken three time a day is obvioua. Teniae ha. been an, unfailing source of comfort to million thruou Ona who wa there.) The Stato V. W. C. A. Cabinet work better. Berea Drug Co. iust before meal will make you eat the length and breadth of thi eonti better, feel bettor, sleep better and nent. H.v. you tried it for your trouble T Berea Drug Co. Add Life to YourShoes You can add life to your ihori nd keep dollars in your purse by the right kind of repairing,. The, aole is where shoes wear out. Let us put on Ills GENUINE LEATHER SOLES They outwear any oilier sole and ihey are permanently waterproof. Korry - Krome sole, are genuine leather, tanned by a secret process. Don't throw old shoes away bring them to us and we will give Uiem new Lfe. Good repairing, promptly done. Berea College Shoe Repair W. R. RAMBO. Maiwr SHORT. STREET BEREA. KY. ti CANFIELD BUS LINE L. Berea Lv. Richmond 7:45 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Sunday 11:15 a.m. 1:30 p.m., Leave Berea H 15 a. m. 3:30 p. m. 8:00 p. m. '-"v' Richmond 7 :H 'n Each Monday a car leaves Berea at 615 a. m, making con nection, at Richmond, for Irvine. Work For Next Vacation Karn what you art worth. Lrarn Sales manship on commission liasis with pro tection (A $525.00 guarantee for 75 il.tys See B. L Kiser, Room 111, Howard Hall ANNOUNCEMENT We desire to announce to the people of Berea, Madison county, and adjoining rountiea, the opening of "Dixie Highway Park," a beautiful new addition to Berea, situated right on the Diiie High way. We have used our best effort, to make this a desirable place to baild homes, and we feel that tMs property should appeal to the best class of citizen.. We would be real glad to have you visit this new addition, and we think you will be agreeably surprised at the beauty of the place. We feel that our proposition should interest the citizens of Berea, as it is our purpose to advertise rather extensively In the adjoining counties and try to locate many new families in Berea, some of whom will build homes, all of whom will buy groceries, furniture, hardware, drugs, clothing, etc. Do you not know of some friend whom you think could be in terested in locating here. Visit thi. new addition and then write to your friend, telling him of our sale and incloning a bill of it, which we will gladly furnish you. Why not organize a Building and Loan Association and cause Berea to grow a it never ha.' be fore. 1 Our terms will be very unusual. Pay one-third the purchase price cash, give two notes due in six and twelve month with .is percent interest. If yu die before either or both are due, this automatically cancel, all indebtedness and we make your heirs a deed without further paymenta. W promise to treat the people fairly in this deal, and wa ask the cooperation of all of the citizen, of Berea in making our sals a success. Respectfully, Henry Realty Co. Not te B Moved. Widow (enguglng man servant) Tes, I want a erson wh will do any kind of labor In or shoot the limine run errands, work In the gunleii In short, a man who will limuedlutoly and airhout otiJiH'tlon do what I tell liliu to do. "Ah, lady. It Isn't a aervunt you need Only by marrying attain will yon find uliut you want." Houston I'nat. MAN HUM) DKAII IN ItOAD An unidentified body of a man, ap parently about 70 years old, was found about 8:30 o'clock Sunday night on the Lexington pike, about a mile and a half from Georgetown. He wa. taken to Georgetown by tourist, to an undertaker, who be lieved he had been struck from be hind by sn auto.