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About Central Point herald and Southern Oregon news. (Central Point, Or.) 1917-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1917)
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'“The hope of democracy lies in education”
With apologies to Colonel Roosevelt
and the author of the poem entitled
"The Charge of the Light Brigade”
I submit these lines. You know that
it is hard to resist when tempted so
pease-do not condemn me. Colonel
Leslie F. Clute.
Sophomore, C P H S.
If we were all good no one would be
If birds were dragons we’d soon
If horses were lions we’d have a big
If wewere ALL mules we’d bequite
If barbers were buaes they’d be
Never to imagine
Always try to know
And if ynu can't do that,
Try good sense to show.
Edward G. Martin
iod at which the instructors or some
Etiquette of The Tldg
If you are not up in the flag eti other competent person will answer
questions pertaining to school work.
quette , here are the rules:
Raise the fiat; at sunrise or after, Possibly you have plans in dicipline or
class management that you will like to
When draping the flag against the have discussed. If so please write them
side of a room or building, place the out quite fully and send them to me
blue field always to the north or east. at once so that the one designated to
Bunting should be draped or hung answer them will have ample time to
with the red at the top, followed by prepare an intelligent answer. These
the white and the blue in accordance questions will be regarded as confiden
tial—you and I will be the only ones
with the heraldic colors of the flag.
It is a mark of disrespect to allow knowing the source of the question.
I am enclosing a stamped envelope
the flag fly throughout the night.
A flag flown upside down is a signal for your use in returning your ques
tions, and will ask that you return Last Monday afternoon county school
When the flag is formally raised all them just as goon as possible. Some superintendent Ager paid the Herald a
present during the ceremony should of the problems will call for discus visit while passing thru on an official
stand at attention with hand raised to sions in which we desire you to take visit to the gchools of this part of the
part. In this way you wil! not only county. Mr. Alger is a capable man
the forehead ready for the salute.
The correct salute to the flag, as re gain confidence in yourself but may be for the position oi head of the school
quired by the regulations of the U. S. able to get helpful suggestions from system of Jackson county. The Her
army is: Standing at attention raise your fellow teachers or board mem ald is pleased tn know him and to co
the right hand to the forehead over bers that will be of considerable value operate with him in any way, it can to
advance the cause of education. We
the right eye, palm downward, fingers to you and your community.
also pleased to be able to say that
extended and close together, arm at The program enclosed, which is sub are
that he has expressed his appreciation
an ungle of 46 degrees. Move hand ject to adjustments, will give an idea of
our efforts to build up a departmert
outward about a foot, with a quick mo of the idea of tbe meeting. I am sure in the
devoted to the work of
tion, then drop to the side.
you will agree with me that it ouglh in the Herald
public schools of the county.
When the colors are passing on par to be well worth while. Your atten
ade, or in revipw, the spectator should dance will make it a success.
The Hough Riders Charge
stand, if a man, and if walking, halt; if
E believe that there is only
sitting, rise, stand at attention and un
half a mile
G. W. ACER,
way to build up a success
a mile onward.
County School Superintendent All Half
ful! business, and that is to
Whenever possible, the flag should
to San Juan heights
give the customer all that he pays
be flown from a staff or mast, but
Ran the rough riders.
for and a little bit more.
should not be fastened to the side of a SATURDAY, APRIL 21st, 1917 "Forward, the Rough Riders !
We believe you should get a full
building, platform or scaffolding.
dollar’s worth for every dollar you
When the flag is used out of doors
And up San Juan heights
it should always be allowed to fly in 10:30— Music by Neil Creek Store.
Ran the rough riders.
the breeze. When clusterings a n d 10:45—Industrial Work in Our
"Forward, the Rough Riders!”
drapings of colors are desired, bunt-
ing or cloth should be used, but never
H . C. S eymour , State
N t tho’ riders knew
Leader for Oregon.
Someone had blunnder'd:
For indoor decorations, the flag can 11:30 Rural School Libraries.
Theres not to make reply,
only be used as a drapery, it cannot be Miss B lanch hicks , Ashland Public Tneres
not to reason why,
used to cover a bench or table, desk or
Tneres but to do and die:
box, and where anything can be 12:00-DINNER
So to San Juau heights
set or placed upon the Hag.
Under the management of
Ch arged the rough riders.
For indoor decorations, the flag may Neil Creek Parent-Teacher
Our policy has always been to
Circle Trenches to right of them.
be caught up in many artistic fashions, 1:00—MUSIC
only the highest grade merchan
Trenches to left of them.
and used with bunting, garlards, plants Selected, by Bell View School.
dise at the lowest possible prices
Tren-hes in front of them,
That this policy is working out suc
and flowers, but should never be plac 1:15 Professional Reading for
cessfully is attested by the large
Volley'd and thunder'd;
ed below a person sitting.
number of people who patronize us.
Teachers, E a r l Kilpatrick, Fired at by rifle and cannon as well, Are
The flag must not be marred by ad
yon one of them.
vertisements, nor desecrated on the
Into the jaws of Death,
M A R T IN J. R E D D Y
Into the mouth of Hell,
When the "Star Spangled Banner” J in MUSIC
DIAMONDS QUALITY First
Bell View School
Ran the Rough Riders.
is played, all present should rise and
10. Visitors always welcome
stand at attention until the ending. 2:45 NEW SCHOOL LEGISLATION Flashed all their rifles bare.
your wants. Medford, Ore
Supt. G. W. Ager.
The playing of it as a part of a med
ley should be prohibited and it should 3:00 Some Devices Llsed in Education Shooting the riflemen there,
Mrs. Eva Lane Walker, Cen-
not be played as an exit march.
trai Point Teachers’ Training Charging a position, while
The Mag salute adopted by the N. S.
All the world shudder'd;
I). A. R. our military schools, the
the rifle smoke.
Hoy Scouts and other organizations, Well Digging and Cleaning Right tho in the
lines they broke;
and which should be taught in all of ,
and C O L D S
our public schools is: "I pledge alleg i n qu i re at Peart & Lyons’ Heel’d from U* bayonet thrust
Dent,:* Eusa.'yrRo« Oirtownl
iance to the rep. 'die for which it Blacksmith Shop.
Shatter'd and thunder'd
A T A LL DRUG S T O R E S
stands: one na.ion indivisible, with li
berty and justice to all.
To T eachers > S chool M embers ,
Trenches to right of them.
S outheastern J ackson C ounty
to left of them.
A local institute will be held at tha
will kid this ___ spring.
Could also use
no more in front of them.
Neil Creek School House on Saturday, that
a number of . yearin
gethersand bucks Trenches
No more to Volley and Thunder
April 21. Upon the program at the In- ThoMct loud River Lumber Company, While
Men and Officers cheer'd.
stitute we have some excellent speak- cl o , Ca .
They that had fought so well
era, men and women, who are recog
through the jaws of Death.
nized leaders in the inducational field FOR SALE Second-hand "Ranger" Came
bicycle, almost good as new, with tool Back from the mouth of Hell.
today. I trust, therefore, that you bag
and tools, coaster brake, lamp, All that was left of them.
will make it a point to be there your
cash. Phone, write or Left of the Rough Riders.
self, and will ask that you extend an etc.
call at Price
invitation to every schixd patron in
When can their Glory fade !
your community to attend.
Oh the wild charge they made !
The Hotel Central
We want you to come prepared to
All the world wonder'd.
give as well as receive. In the after
Honor the charge they made !
Mrs. G. Betts, Mpr.
noon we have arranged fora short per 107 W. M AI N ST. MEDFO RD Honor the Rough Riders,
The Noble Rough Riders!
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