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tm. mnmnmtrtmmttmm' f FRIDAY, AUGUST.29, 1919 - - THE COCONINO SUN ....,.' . . -. ' Page.Seyenu, ar r , ... : t NORMAL NOTES l .' . j The fall term at the Northern Ayj rona Normal School opened, August 13 with very encouraging prospects. The elimination of the freshman year through a ruling ot the State Board of Education, brought about a de crease of enrollment which was to be expected, owing to the fact that a verv larsre number of hirfi school freshmen entered each year hereto fore. .However, this ruling is bound to result in raising the standard of the work of the school, and in releas ing a large amount of energy on the part of the faculty for higher grade vfork. I A considerable accession of new faculty members is to be noted. Among these are Lieut, and Mrs. Lawver of Ereeport, 111. Lieut. .Law yer, who will have charge of the work in military drill and athletics, is an exceptionally well-trained man, and has experience with the expeditionary forces in France makes his work in' military drill of unusual value to all young men coming under his instruct tion. & tiMiss Helen M. Brooks and Miss ijelcn Sandon have, charge of the work in domestic art and science, and arosboth new instructors this " yean v I? FMP i r 400 West Aspen Ave; MethodUt, and Presbyterian, DR. 0. S. BAUM, Pastor SUNDAY, AUGUST 31 " Morning, at 11 o'clock: Public School "Sermon ttb teachers' and patrons, Don't miss, it. Afternoon and evening: Sunday School Convention; E. D. Raley, leader. . , . , You are cordially' invited to both services. Please Note: It will be worth your while to attend the Federated Church Sunday. ssTBrooks comes from Bay View. chTi-andls-a graduate of the Uni versity "of Wisconsin. Miss Sandon is a graduate of the State Agricul tural College at Corvallis, Ore. Several critic teachersin the train ing school are also here for their first year! Namely: Miss Jessie Mc Millan, who comes here from previ ous experience of the same sort in the State Normal School at Albion, Idaho, Miss Gertrude Kellogg, who has full charge of the critic teacher's work in 1 the seventh and eighth grades, comes from the previous position in the pub lic schools at uiooe, Ariz, miss, Cor nelia Dockstader; who has charge'of similar work in the primary 'grades, comes directly from the summer school at the University of California at Berkeley, but was previously a teacher at Williams, Ariz. f In the commercial department there is a new appointment in the person of Miss Pearl M. Curtis, ofManistee, Mich. Miss Curtis haspreviously taught in the public schools of this state at Glendale. Course Reorganization A somewhat' fadical change ha? been made in the organization of the courses of study in the school. A clean cut distinction has teen made between high school and normal courses. In accord . with standards which are now practically universal, a four-year high-school course is re quired, to entering upon a two-year normal course. Of this four-year course, three years aits still offered here.v But after July 1, 1920, only two years, of high-school work will be offered.' The high-school course has been re vised so as to offer' a considerable range of election of studies, and the opportunity to major, in one, and minor in twootners. The two-year normal course has been eneirely revised and the accred iting system placed upon the basis of semester hours, rather than units, which" is the, usual, system of accred iting in high-schools. 'The semester hour system has brought, about the necessaryichange in periods, of recita tion,' sothat the,, full hour period has been adopted for all normal and high school classes, .and. a portion of this period utilized in, .high-school classes for supervisor study. Sixty-two sem ester hours of credit are required for graduation from the two-year normal course. Normal. Personal, No teg the seniors o'Cine May, 1919, grad uating 'class' will soon begin their first yeax"s,.work.as teachers- , Owing to the excellent course' offered and the high standing of the Northern Ari zona, Normal school, the students had no trouble in securing positions. Miss Emma Escapule will Be located near Phoenix; Miss Thelma Fay in her home city, Hayden, Ariz.; Miss Nellie Gregg'at Cliffs; Miss Edith Hambly in Cooley; Miss Anna Harrington in Jerome; Miss. Gertrude' Glissan in' No gales; Miss Shirley Ingledew in Clarkdale; Miss Clara Lambert near Flagstaff; Miss, Marie Miller in Wil liams; Miss' Marion Nelson in Cali fornia; Miss Louise Rickle in Hayden; Miss Mae- Stanger in Morenci; Mis Nina Townsend in Casa Grande; Miss Dorothy Walpole in Verde; Miss Katherine Farrel and Miss Clara Vo gelsang in Douglas; Miss Alma Acker near Flagstaff; Miss Bernice Baxter in Wickenburg; Miss Minnie Benson' in Verde; Miss Gladys Dickerson in Clarkdale; Miss Minnie Enright in Humboldt; Roger Corbctt has accept ed a principalsliip at Redlandsj, and the Misses Clarabelle Douglass and Mae Calhoun were awarded scholar ships at tthe University of Arizona and will begin their work there in September. Last Wednesday evening our fac ulty picniced near the reservoir. A camp-fire provided the means of cook ing various, edibles. As no students were allowed, details are lacking; but there seems to be no doubt but: that a good time was enjoyed by all.. Those present were the Misses Lintz, Horn bein, Bush, Brooks, Sandon, Alten, Curtis, Dodson, Latimer. Stephens, McMillan, Kellogg, Mr. Creager, Mr. and Mrs. Bcntel, Mr. and Mrs.; Law ver, and the Messrs. Bobbett, Keuzen kamp, Hendricks, Harben, Gray, and Stresswell. Morton Hall has been glad to ex tend a welcome to the mothers of sev eral of the girls, Mrs. Dimick; Mrs: Reed, and Mrs. Slagal. Mr. BondessOn has. been spending a few weeks in' the White Mountains but has returned to Flagstaff for a short visit with his daughter, .Loretta. At present the main building is un dergoing changes and. looks unfamil iar to. the last year students: When the improvements are complete and the painting of, the interior of Bury Hall is finished, we .will have -better and more attractive, buildings, on the campus. Miss Lillie Belle. Tally. .treated her friends to a long ride and a good time when her father; R: E. Tally, spent a few days with her a short time ago. Mr. Tally, and his daughter motored up from Jerome. Miss Clara Vogelsang was the ,din ner guest of Miss Madeline, Brandt last Friday. ; ' - x Due' to the reorganization of the' normal and high-school branches of the Northern Arizona Normal school the old. literary clubs have been1 abol ished. In their places two inew or ganisations have sprung up, keeping the' standard of the old societies but planning work' that will lead to better and more complete development! 'The normal and high-school students will not work, together, but. have their sep arate meetings. A spirit' of. friendly rivalry will'make the interest keener. Tuesday evening the professional students, met, laid plans for the yearfa work, and elected the following of ficers: .Edith Harrison, '.president; Lilly Belle Tally, vice presideritV,Paul ine Jones, secretary; Lillian Monroe, treasurer: The high-school students will organize Tuesday, and ttie liter ary work will have begun in earnest planning, dancing lessons under the direction of Isadora Duncan Some day we may say with pride, "I went to school with her." Friday evening Messrs. Glass, En ger, Enright, Saunders, Askins," Deck er, Campbell, Lanib and Corbet'enter tained the Misses Loretta Bondesson, &wi3tt && pL,. Sfc TOto study with us through the the boys' dormitory. Ice cream and f Miss Saunders and her mother were cake and candies in a color scheme the guests ,of Mrs. Merritt Sunday, of white and yellow were the treat of i Mrs. Saunders has recently come from the evening. Ask the jrirls if they Miami. Fla.. and is visiting her daugh- enjoyed the dancing and cards! ter, who is one of our training school critics, Another member Florence Harris was greatly sur prised Wednesday ,night to, receive a phone call from her parents announc ing their arrival in Flagstaff. Mr. 41 of our faculty ,who. we regret to 'have leave us this winter is w. 2. Berg, we are giaa and Mrs. Harris are camping at Lake, to note that he is well located, tak- Mary,, and Florence with her, friend, j "g fellowship i work at .Berkeley urn Edith Brandis, spent the week-end versity. He has the best wishes of there. ' 3 Miss SelnuABush, of the N. A. N. S. faculty, Miss Marie Easton, and Miss Pauline Jones spent the week-end in Williams. The Normal students are glad to see Miss Hornbein and Miss Ruth Latimer back in their old places. Miss Horn being spent a pleasant vacation with her parents in Denver, Colo., while Miss Latimer became a student at Berkeley. She reports a splendid summer session. Miss Wilmyth Case spent her vaca tion at Berkeley University,- taking some special work in art, and we arc glad that she is now, at N. A. N. S. and has started a large class in art in both the normal department and the training school. Cuban and Thora Judd left 'the Nor mal, school Friday to attend high school in St Johns." We' re sorry to lose these girls. Great .curiosity was excited Satur day by the line of cars in front of Bury Hall. We found later that they belonged to Globe citizens who were the guests of Miss Dodson and Miss May Agnew. r Mrs. Merritt, our Bury Hall pre ceptress, was much, delighted to have her siBter, Mrs. Sam .Merritt as her "guest last Sunday. The N. A. N. S. students regret to hear 2 of Mrs, Creager's illness. She is now in a hospital at .Denver, Colo., and is rapidly recovering from, an op eration on her..tonsibj.; We hope to soon have her with us again. , Last Thursday evening, after the 1 1 lights were out, the girls of Morton, j( Hall were summoned to the basement arid there before their wondering" eyes was spread a table loaded with sliced watermelon, Mrs. Hanshue's treat to her girls. The girls responded with three cheers and a vote of thanks and the melons soon vanished. The familiar' face' of Miss Mary Hanley is not (in our riiidst this ye, but though we miss her we wish1 her all the happiness in the world and ex tend our heartiest congratulations to Mr. Rickle. "Our little dancing lady," Miss Edith James, has left us after two years' work in the Normal school to continue her studies at Berkeley. Be sides her college course, she is now the faculty and student body for a successful winter. 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