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1 1 4 'fi, It." it . err- - SNIPS & ST, JOHNS HERALD . SNIPS & HERALD ST. JOHNS, ARIZ., OCT. 24, 1903. . SNIPS, Vol. 3, No. 7 HERALD, Vol. 20 No. .5 Thatcher Academy Topics vSn ips-H 12 káld conies in every week and has a pleasant chat with many of the students Keep on coming' for we enjoy your company. perfect order prevails in the study rooms and the students are doing good work. Many of the students are "slow but sure" slow to learn and sure to for get. The remnants of Co. A. N. G. A. were target practicing this evening after school. No one made twenty-five points out of five shots, still they all do well for school boys. The school received an en couraging letter from our former president, Fmil Maeser, a few days ago. We all hold our dear professor in high esteem and we wish him God speed. Just step into the preparatory room if you wish to see a. model department oir order. Perfect order prevails. There are four students, one in each conic of a 24 x 36 ft. room and the teacher occupies the center. The Wightmen orchestra has begun work again and will soon be. ready to furnish the best music in the valley. The Coleman ranch is disturbed quite frequently by the melocHous outburst of notes from the cor net President Kimball has just returned from Salt Lake City whwre he has been attending conference. He visited the school Friday morning and gave an interesting description of bis journey. Welcome home Brother Kimball. A 'students' society under the name oi; Polysophical society has been organized with James A. Duke as president, Mrs. Anna S. Coleman, vice-president and Miss Ft tie Lee as secretary.- It is a strong organization and a leading factor in the social line of the Academy. An interesting program is rendered every Fri day night. Bask Bali, Alpine Boy "How did the game come out this evening?" Student "Seven to three." Alpine Boy "That's not half as good playing as the bovs do where I live. Why, I 'ye seen tl:mn score as high as fifty to sixty up home." Rats. Springerville Sittings. Mr. Gus Becker has gone to Holbrook on business. Dr. J. F. Store)' left Tuesday for Concho where he will spend a few days. Messrs. W. H. Burbage and Henry Huniug had business in the city the early part of the week. Mr. , and Mrs. Hudson, of Luna, N. M. visited vith Mrs. J. L. Hulsey, Thursday and Friday. ., .. , Captain J. T. Hogue and wife spent a few days in the city last week. The school enjoyed a visit from the Captain during his stay., , . . Miss Annie Wentd left Wed nesday for Salt Lakes, N. M. where she will' spend a few days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jones. Misses Alice and Jennie Berry passed through here Monday on their way to the southern part of the territory wheJe they will teach school this year. Misses Isabelle and Stella Jones visited friends in the city Thursday and Friday. They left Saturday for Luna, N. M. where Miss Isabelle will teach school this winter. While on their way the horses become frightened and started to run away. MisS' Stella1 was thrown out of the biig-gy but fortunate ly was not seriously hurt. Hiawatha. . , Santa Fe Reduced Rates. For the Annual Conference M. F. Church South, Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 29th 4 to Nov. 5th, 1903. Round trip $35.5'5, certi ficate plan. Final limit Nov 7th, 1903. For the meéting of the Grand Lodge F. A. & M., of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz., Nov. 10th to 13th. 1903. To Phoenix and return $19. 80, Final limit Nov. 20th, 1903. C. H. BROWN, Agent, Holbrook, Arizona. Subscribe for The Snips-Hreald