The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, July 27, 1919, SECTION FOUR, Page 7, Image 65

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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, .TULA"
191D.
COLLEGE HEAD TAKES LEAVE
PRESIDENT PENMXGTOX AVILIi
1IRJECT FOX MOVEMENT.
The University
of Oregon
is maintained by the commonwealth in order that the youth
of the state may not be denied the privileges of a higher
education.
NORTH PACIFIC COLLEGE
DENTISTRY AND PHARMACY
PORTLAND, OREGON
Pacific Institution Expects to Profit
by Fox Tercentenary Friends'
Campaign.
NEWBEHG. Or., July 26. (Special.)
Pacific college expects to profit
greatly by the George Fox tercentenary
movement which is being- inaugurated
among Friends and to the leadership
.of which President Pennington has
just accepted the call, taking a year's
leave of absence from his active duties
at the head of the college.
This movement, which is similar to
the centenary movement among the
Methodists and the new era movement
among the Presby terians, is named in
.honor of the founder of the Friends
church, George Fox, 'who was born in
3624. By 124 it is hoped to have the
forward movement com pie ted so tha,t
a. great celebration of the George Fox
tercentenary can be celebrated through
out the five years' meeting, the central
body of Friends in America.
Pacific college is well prepared for
the work of the coming year. Nearly
all of the former members of the fac
ulty are to remain, and a strong man
will be secured as acting president dur
ing the absence of President Penning
ton. Professor F. W. Perisho will be
field agen-t of the college during1 the
remainder of" the summer.
The college recently has received a
number of substantial financial con
tributions, in addition to more than
$7000 raised as a war-tin deficiency
fund during the year. Prospects are
bright for a large enrollment at the
opening of the first semester, 'Septem
ber 15.
Y. Wl. G. A. PLANS VACATIONS
HEAL HOLIDAY OFFERED
KEASOXABLE COST.
AT
JJIaDy English Families Given Op
portunity for Enjoyment at
Sea Coast Kcssorts.
LONDON, July 1. (Correspondence of
the Associated Press.) Americans who
find the cost of vacations so high that
they cannot afford this year to go to
the mountains or seashore will be in
terested in the way in which the Young
JVIen's Christian Association is attempt
ing to solve the problem in Kngland.
Seaside profiteers have made the va
cations so expensive for the average
lOnglish family that thousands who be
fore the war sought recreation on the
east coast of Kngland were unable to
do so this year. The hotels have jumped
their prices to unheard of figures.
The Y. AI. C. A. is offering these
families bed and breakfast in the sea
coast resorts at $4.20 a week for each
.person and it proposes to furnish the
nurses and accommodations for chil
dren so that mothers can have a real
holiday.
To accomplish th is the association
rented a hotel at Felixstowe and an
other at Southend and established a
tent camp at Herene bay, equipping
them with such furniture as it was
able to quickly obtain. All valuables
must be left at home and only old
clothes can be worn.
No charge is being made for children
less than one year old and reduced
prices are quoted for those of less than
eight years. This permits a family in
ordinary circumstances to enjoy the
holiday season at much the same price
as prevailed before the war.
Young Men's Christian Association
leaders are planning to extend their
vacation accommodations to other shore
resorts arid to use for this purpose two
jnilitary camps.
TEACHERS SIGNED AT HOOD
Superintendent and High School
Principal lilected.
HOOD RIVER, Or., July 26. (Spe
cial.) With throe exceptions the fac
ulty .list for the Hood Kiver schools
for the coming year is complete. Mem
bers of the faculty who hold over from
last year are: K. T. Robinson, super
intendent. High school, V. R. Bailey,
principal and history teacher; B.
Oibson. history and social science, and
It. V. Wright, agriculture. Junior high,
Mrs. Harriet Blashfield, reading and
music. iark street primary, Bessie M.
Ooyette, principal; Ada Hurt, Velma.
Wilkinson. Coe primary, Henrietta Cor
nell us and K h 1 1 i j B ra cr, and 1 rs.
Charles II. Ilenney, general supervisor
of music.
The new teachers signed for the com
ing year are: High school, Kvangeline
Husband, Knglish ; Elizabeth Carson,
mathematics; Celia Hunkins, lang
uages; Ktlna M. Freyler, home eco
nomics; Kdna M. "Wiseman, commercial,
and Frances Baker, physical education.
Junior high, Ida B. Anderson, history
and lang uage, and Byrdie Poland, geog
raphy and language. Tark street pri
mary, Allie Korry, Kvelyn Lawrenson,
Sarah Nealeigh, lulu Prather and Vera
Olin. Coe primary. Fern Bellinger and
Florence 15rosius.
STUDENTS TO INTERCHANGE
Mexico Sliows Apparent Kxpanaive
l:d neat iona I Policy.
J1UX1CO riTJ', July -6. Indicative
f an apparent expansive educational
policy lv the government is the fact
that within the past few weeks r
ransomeiits have been made for an in
terchange of students between the Na
tional l'niver.-ity of Mexico and well
known educational institutions in some
other countries.
Such an arrangement was recently
made with the I'niversity of Arizona
in the lnited Stales and it is said
that plans have been made fur a mutual
interchange with the governments of
San Salvador, Chile, Nicaragua and
Cuba,
Coquille t.irls I!ai.-e $999.10.
MARSHVIKLP. Or.. Julv 2t. Spe
rlal.t The Honor Uuard girls of Co
quille. during the life of their organ
ization from April 24. l."17, to Julv S,
!1S. when they disbanded, have rec
ord of achievement. A statement of
their activities r-hows they laised
S!9.1rt at fiances, teas, basket socials
and similar socinl functions. They
cave $250 to the Red Cross. $2,"i to the
iilvation Army, bought f4u0 worth of
iv t to
s these
in Hi-
vision boys comfort kits and pillows
find generally did a real service to the
war programme.
oiinauun rm, Dougnt 4i"i w
liberty bonds and turned over
the liberty temple fund. Beside
.cts they furnished to the Spri
viuIa,, K.-.; f.,-t l it,
Teachers' Training School to Open.
ORKOON CITY, Or., July 26 fSpe
clal.) The annual teachers' training
school, scheduled to meet at the Bar
clay school in this city from August
4 to 22, inclusive, has announced the
schedule of studies prepared by County
Superintendent of bchools J. K. Cala
va, and the course for this season
promises to be far more comprehen
sive than any heretofore presented. It
Is expected that the attendance this
year will greatly exceed that of anj
preceding year.
The organization of the University embraces the Colleges
of Literature, Science and the Arts, and the Schools of Medi
cine (at Portland) , Law, Education, Commerce, Journalism,
Architecture and Music
The College of Literature, Science and the Arts includes
the departments of Botany, Chemistry, Economics and
Sociology, English Literature, Rhetoric and American Lit
erature, Geology, German, Greek, History, Household Arts,
Physical Education (for men and women), Latin, Mathe
matics, Mechanics and Astronomy, Philosophy, Physics,
Political Science, " Psychology, Public . Speaking, Romance
Languages and Zoology.
Worthy of careful consideration of parents and prospect
ive students are the beautiful campus of the University, the
commodious buildings, the modern equipment of museums,
laboratories and a library of over 90,000 well selected
volumes.
The physical well-being of the students is maintained by
intelligently supervised athletics and a free Infirmary.
Tuition is free and the cost of living is kept at a minimum.
For a general catalogue, illustrated booklet, or specific
information on any matter, address
The Registrar, University of Oregon
EUGENE, OREGON.
Gillespie School of Expression
A course In natural, scientific vocal and bodily expression, with Its
underlying basis of observation, information, thought and reason, in
indorsed by teachers, public speakers and professional entertainers. It
is an aid to self-discovery and to the highest Kelf-expresssion in any
line of endeavor. For information regarding the Gillespie School, find,
printed matter at The Oregonian office or address
Mrs. Emma Wilson Gillespie, Principal
634 Blorrlaon Street, Portland, Oregon.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS 2SS5
Has a prized list of Oregon cadets. Ref er to them.
Sixtieth semester opens August 21. '
SAN RAFAEL, WEST END H., CALIFORNIA
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THE ANNUAL SESSION BEGINS OCTOBER 1
Students sre required to enter at the beginning of the session.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
Graduation from an accredited high school or academy, or an
equivalent education, fifteen units, thirty credits. No conditions
on the foregoing: entry requirements are allowed.
COURSES OF INSTRUCTION
The course in Dentistry is four years.
The course in Pharmacy is three years.
The course for Dental Assistants in ofee year.
The length of the annual session is eight months. .
. Recommendations for Prospective Students
Prospective students, preparing to enter North Pacific College,
should include in their academic studies physics, chemistry and
biology. The pre-medical course given by many of the colleges
and universities is recommended. In the near future requirements
for admission will be advanced to one year of college training
beyond the high school course.
FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE ADDRESS
THE REGISTRAR
East Sixth and Oregon Streets
Portland, Oregon
The Young Women's
Christian Association
Broadway at Taylor, Portland, Oregon.
Commercial School
Day and Night Sessions
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and related sub
jects. Instruction on Adding and Computing Machines.
Out-of-town girls met at train. Board and room "
secured if desired. Opportunities for students to earn living
expenses.
Employment Department assists students in securing
business positions.
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Success, of the real, permanent kind, comes to the Graduate of
Hemphill's Trade Schools, inc.
707 Hawthome Avenue, Portland, Oregon
A School of
AUTOMOBILE AND TRACTOR ENGINEERING
SCIENTIFIC EFFICIENT
Efficient Training
for
College or Vocations
DAY OR NIGHT
The Y. M. C. A. Department of Education announces the
following courses opening in the Fall:
College Preparatory
Bookkeeping
Stenography
Automobile
Tractors
Accountancy
Business Administration
Electrical Engineering
Radio Telegraphy
Pharmacy
NOTE Courses marked thus () are in session during
the summer.
For Details Address Dept. of Education, Div. C,
Y. M. C. A., Portland, Oregon
HILL MILITARY ACADEMY
Private, non-sectarian, military academy.
Primary, preparatory and high school departments.
Fall Term Opens September 17
Write for catalogue. Portland, Oregon.
WILLAMETTE
UNIVERSITY
CollrKP of Liberal Arts
Cotleire of L.aw
Depart meat of Muale
The hlirhest standards of cholar
nhip and religious Influenco.
titrong pr - professional couraen.
Bulletins free.
PRESIDENT CARL G. DO.NET,
&alem Orearoa.
COLLEGE OP
PUGET SOUND
Tacoma, Washington
ColleRe of Liberal Arts
Business Science
Athletics
NORMAL SCHOOL MUSIC
School Opens September 15.
Ask for Catalogue.
Edward H. Todd, President.
College Announcement
THIS announcement is for the thousands of thinking men and women who are
seriously considering that important step in life, the entering upon a professional
career, and are somewhat undecided as to what is best for them. Also to other
thousands who are already engaged in some vocation that has not proven quite a$ .
successful from a remunerative or congenial standpoint or both, as they would
desire. . -
To this message I trust you will give your most thoughtful consideration, for it
tells of a new and thoroughly scientific and highly dignified profession with a
field as broad as the land, full of possibilities for yourself and opportunities for
service to humanity. From a financial standpoint it has no equal, for social rec
ognition it stands at the top, for doing good it is only limited by the desires of the
practitioner to help his fellow man.
Chiropractic affords the greatest opportunity today of any business or profession
for the attainment of your highest ideals and ambitions.
Be a Doctor of Chiropractic
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The Chiropratic profession offers the most unusual opportunities of any field in the World today. Know about its great opportunities before
deciding your career; or, if you are dissatisfied in your present position in life, or its earning capacity is not what you would like it to be,
investigate the great opportunities offered in this greatest of all professions CHIROPRACTIC A most exceptional opportunity to study
Chiropractic and to become a Chiropractic Physician is offered at this time by our college. Both day and night courses.
One Hundred Thousand
Chiropractic physicians needed in the United States today to supply the demands of millions who have turned to this great method of healing
their ills.
Investigate! Augmented Curriculum, Able Faculty, Clinical Facilities Unexcelled. For Particulars address Dr. Oscar W. Elliott, President.
P
acific Chiropractic Colle
Main 1014. Park and Yamhill Streets, Portland, Or.
You cannot learn any part of this profession through correspondence.
NEXT TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 10
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