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High School Notes
The Ra • 'aureate sermon was de Mi.-s K«(!i ¡in Thompson I ft Friday ♦ ♦ ♦ . - ;■ •> v v v *:*v v :■ i-
livered by Rev. Hogg of the Presby morning for Merrill, in Klam ath coun
“ The Sky Love Sign” was left
terian church of Medford, last Sunday ty, where she goes to accept a position
this week owing to the fact
evening, at Central Hall. Special mu in a store formerly owned by E. C.
we could not possibly get
sic was rendered by a large chorus Faber of Central Point.
time, with our present force, to
Betts will buy all your old zinc, cop
set the type. We hope th a t at
per, lead, brass, etc. Hotel Central,
least a portion of this story that
Commencement exercises will be held Central
is growing in interest may be in
at Central Hall, Friday, May 18. The
the succeeding issues until the
program will be along the patriotic The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
story hus been published com
line, and the students and the exer church will be entertainad by Mrs.
- T he E ditor .
cises to represent sailors and a ship. Tom Pankey at her home on W ednes
The graduating class is composed of day afternoon, May 23. All members
four boys and ten girls, as follows: and friends are invited.
M arguerite Hall, Jessie Chauncey, Wil
liam Welch, Ruth Lull, Lela Peart,
Wilbur Dunlap, Christina Heckman,
H attie Pence, Lysle Gregory, Irwin
Hurley, Rose Neale, Kdith Jacobs,
Russell Harris and K atherine Nealon.
W e’re going on a picnic, but we
don’t know where.
A great many of the parents and
townspeople turned out Hiid visited the
school Friday, despite the gloomy out
look in the forenoon. A fter an old
fashioned basket dinner in the school
basem ent at noon, there were rousing
patriotic speeches in the High School
assembly. The speakers of the after
noon were Mayor Gates of Medford,
County Supt. Ager and Attorney Can
ady, also of Medford. A meeting of
the farm ers was held under the direc
tion of Roland Flaherty, and a canning
dem onstration was given in the Domes
tic Departm ent. The exhibits were
viewed with interest, and especially the
Domestio A rt exhibit by High School
girls received worthy mention. Lastly, Betts will buy all your old rags, rub
a track meet was held between the ber and rope. Will pay } to 1$ cts. per
four upper grades of the gram m ar pound for rags. Hotel Central, Cen
school. First place went to the tral Point.
seventh grade. Autumn Lynch was This week we received a handsomely
easily the star of the meet.
framed picture of C rater Lake, in
The Seniors were turned loose Fri coli.rs from the Southern Pacific com
day, excepting those who have exami pany. It is a thing of beauty and atrt
nations or work to make up.
which we appreciate.
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MRS. F. A. H A W K
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S c h o o l T e a c h e r s . H igh
S chool G raduates and O thers
At 8:30 on Monday morning, May 28, 1917, the Third Annual TEACHERS’ REVIEW and
METHODS COURSE will begin at the MEDFORD COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 31 N. Grape
St., Medford, Oregon, under the personal direction of
MRS. EVELYN L. WALKER,
Superintendent ot the Teachers' Training at 1 Methods Department of the Central Point High
School, Centra! Point, Oregon.
This Course is tfiven chiefly for the convenience anti ben fit of Southern Oregon teachers, High School
graduates and others who may desire to review required subjec ts preparatory to taking the State examinations
on June 28 for Primary, One-year and Five-year certificates.
Mrs. Walker, as an instructor, needs neither introduction nor testimonials, as her professional work in
both Crook and Jackson counties enjoys not only the indorsement of our County and State Superintendents,
but the hearty approval of many «rateful teachers as well. Whether you do or do not take the Examination
on June 28. it will benefit >ou greatly to take this Review and Methods Course under the direction of Mrs.
Teachers' Review Course will be held on the six week days of each week and closes on Saturday,
June 30, 1917. Tuition, payable in advance, for full Course, $10, or $2 a week.
Call, write, or phone 15 L, for any further information you may desire concerning the Teachers’ Review
and Methods Course.
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