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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1922)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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(Br Robert V, Clsjc)
'.Tiq.jmjinus,! training 'dopartmciit
(ittpirt'tWiinU'bulldUir on tho Con
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.department bu ior Its; Aim
inceu'rsgetnent: aud ilcvelopmW
ti constructive Instinct and alill
tyof ,ip oy," Md endeavors, dur
idf the tour yearn tn which tho pupil
vtkm th work, to rIvo him n cood
tjjrU knowledge o( tho common'
,b43"lools of which our equipment
V.Tbji jwope of tho work from tho
ffctti sty, thn otftMa Rrndo embraces
c4p&t nik. work from patterns,
2)toilss. ,up 'nad. dimensioning mat
jmki. carpentry, Joinery, cabinet
-ood finishing, weaving, has-
ft concrete, and mechanical
:, .Some sheet metal work
lbj doae thla year In place of
d'eyartinent plana to hold
'WklAk f)l (.la.. mmmm mm mu
iiwwia win Nigu nui i o ns au
fwrupi orjoro onrinman.
M to be expended, la addl-
y" .., w -uj -v
Wjoi oaeqnaieir mi mo,
rats' sad there Is somo con-
Miltif Rrlefly, our greatest needs
.'fMl-l. A suitable dust-free vs.ro
Ht)$sj? ihd, drying' room for flnl&hod
fr.'gro'pjerly heated: J. Hot nnd
ifMsrater 'in the shep: 3. A more
jJftTrfHkYll-3c system for the win-
XTTN coat of material for this do
MtisjietjL for the last three year;,
fesi 'aTeVated 11.75 per pupil per
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. , ?,i v' ' "Home Kcononilcs
J'lJ Oh, Thayer Ilaymoatl)
t TTjie home economic department
cter-Bitiuctlrn In ho"mo maktni; to
'jOijtfto of the fifth, sjxth. sermth
i4t.fhth. .ipdfj, about two nun
tired ',(4 aJ.I' Ooweitlc aclenco Is sir-
i.tke saventh frade, anil domes
JJMVJK 't "Uireegrades, r
foW.J!WW;?fviue emenu r;
ilMi'-t eocklnRiand ewloc and foster
MMlffliftf 9;sirt o'f tbeslrla'toj
- ,J5 wvffl. wfc-una lujug uuisiue 01
Jisrfj?f c'' jber e l an effort to'estab-
;iMft..aaiards or health and right
WRWW.W.,n?P W" a..n? pre-
iticd,ad"nrlJB" of foods wltb-
Mtfl of time, effort. jr money.
ruciiDD is giren in cosiunio- ae-
nrocorlea for ccokliiK, nro .(urnhili
Vdi The cost of material for operat
ing the department J nboul seiVnty
.cpAls per nnplljPcr year,
The liur'pp'svkof Jnnslc 1)1), our
schoel? ( ncjiolttylo dovclop tho
talented-.child, but hlso to teach iho
.Humuolcl.-chllllk'to'enjQy, music, In
elllR.'ntl'' ' ' '
The first year of school Is taken
up with tho tiMclitiK of melodious
little nonpi of Interest to the child.
No a.ttempt Is mndo to hnvo tho child
read note.; ho .simply repeats
phrases after the tencher until he
knows Iho sour. Many children can
not sing when thry enter tho first
grade nnd much time Is taken, In
dividually, to develop the ear for
Sight reading Is taken up In the
latter part of tho second year nnd
this continues. In addition to ear
training and appreciation, through
out the grades, up to the eighth
year. Tho work In the eighth grade
la mainly appreciation. In this
coarse folk .songs of tho various na
tlcna arc aludled, and other forms
cfYniuslc. progressing -to listening
lesapns In familiar operas at the end
of'tbo year." Chorus Is hold twice
a week In this grade.
A glee club of forty-tix'o members
and a grade school orchestra hold
rrhrarsals onco each week.
It Is perhaps not very generally
known that we have a fine library
of some suven thousand volumes,
man of them very valuable books.
These books ore quite extensively
used by the pupils, both In their
work at school, and In tjjelr home
reading. A scheme to encourage ; oli,.,r .chools because a
homo reading of the best books was ber cf lno children can reach their
inaugurated last year, wnich has; 10mes during t he noon Intermission.
proven to bo a great stimulus In the
eight. Many -pupils reported 011
twenty or more. Slnco these wero
nil selected books wo fool Hint much
good "reading whs accomplished.
One of tho Important needs of this
community Is centralised library
service. This could be accomplish
ed Jhrougli tho nppolnlmcnl by the
county court of n library hoard,
which board would have Authority, to
employ a tralnod librarian nnd iho
necessary clerlcnl help to handlu tho
situation In tho proper way. Wo
now have n county library nnd 11 city
library, In addition to tho high
school library and the city school
library. Much better sorvlco could
bo given It these sevornl libraries
wora consolidated under one manage
ment. This does not mean that tho
city schools would' give up tho own
ership of tho books belonging to
the district, hut that tho proparnllcn
and euro of tho books would bo
turuml over to n trained librarian,
who would bo paid. In part, perhaps,
by tho school board.
Al tho ltlversldo school n cafeter
ia Is maintained, tho school board
paying for tho services of n cook,
and tho children paying tho cost of
tho food. The following figures nro
for tho last school year; Number of
meals served, 21,077: Avorago
number, meals sorvod dally, 1J0:
Average cost to pupils, 9.7 cts.; To
tal amount received for meals, IS,
043.62: Total expenditures 1,92.1..
$1; Ilalancc on hand nt end of year.
Tho following Is a sample menu(
Crackers, Ml; t'nbuttered bread.
$.01: (luttured bread, t.Q2; Milk,
F.04; Cocoa, $.05; Creamed salmon,
Tho cafoterla Is made necessary
at tho Hlvorsldc school on account
of tho largo number of chlldron who
would otherwise have to have a cold
lunch at noon. All authorities ngreo
that a warm midday meal Is very
necessary to active, growing chil
dren. The need Is not so great In the
tttfg),, placing emphasis upen slmpll
.ejtrj economy tod appropriateness.
)'a ?rMF M needles, pins, pen
!; tihread.' etc, for sewing.; and
use of the library. .A list of "pre
ferred books" Is prepared for each
grade from the third to the eighth.
Wtion any pupil has rend and given
satisfactory report? on any six books
frcm the preferred. list for Ills craps,
he Is given a home reading certifi
cate. VhVi 'plan went". Into effect
last' January;' and between that time
and the close of school in June, a
period of about five and one hnjfl
months, 4503 books were borrowed
by pupils. 35(6 book .nsporta were
made to teachers, and 4 4S home
readlngcertlflcales wj-to lsiucd.
Tbls means that during this, period
tho pupils from tho third grade to
tho eighth averaged borrow'lug about
tea books each, and mak.ng book
reports to tbo teachers on abcut
Alms nml ObJrytlc?
In any Important work It Is nccoi
sary to have certain definite objec
tives. I feel, that 1 rati bost servo
tho peopln of Klamath Palls by striv
ing along the following lines:
To assist the school board In j
curing" and keeping the very best?
La Vogue Store's Greater
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Money Saving Even
FOR THE PEOPLE
Specially Planned for
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! Mmk CHRISTMAS
''"NotoriJy are the, hougehojd device.' which
arje, pp.erate.d, by electricity great 'labor savers
- ijqi.CiPijiYenj.ence. put iney are qeauiuui.
';' 'An ejectfic coffee percolator is one of t
V . mostr galisfactory gifts 'noEsible to 'make:
. 'ioajBter or a waffle iron is always a welcome ad-
fc"J dki6pfjtoanhous(jhold., 1t-V- ft'li
,Then,Mr.rMan, don't forget that F, riend Wife v v
will 'accebtavHotpointiHuhes'ElectVic TtahgeF '
With joy. That is a sensible tzift to make and
. one.that will save labor and money.
(Ii5 felantrttife ca'ibe an-ahgVd,f,tb,"i-xfehdi h
' piifint oyer sveral months; see your el.ee-
uu,aeaier aoouv inie,
YThere is a special low cooking rate which
we will be glad to explain to you.
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to provide tor sucn leacnurn i"l
best pofslblo working conditions, to
unify their efforts, to merit and win
tbclr confidence, to mnko thctrr con
tented, and to, keep them at their
To allow tho Inltlallve of teachcrn
full play. Teachers aro not dictated
to ai to methods cf teaching. Wo
expect satisfactory results from each
teacher, but she Is placed very
largely upon her own responsibility
In securing such results.
Tho physical well being and com
fort of the pupils Is of primary im
portance, and toachers arc nsked to
make this ono of thejr first objectives.
Individual teaching as far as pos
slblo, versus class teaching, Is urged
upntu teachers as a strong objective.
'Another thing thnt wo emphasize
to teachers is tho recognition of In
llvldual differences between pupils.
It Is no moro reasonable to expect all
nuplls to accomplish the same
amount of Verl: In school, than It
Tji aid be to expect all porsons to
reach the name station In life. Home
have twice, thrco times, five times
tho abllltlea of others, and moro
sluuld bo uxpectod and required of
them. Wo promoto pupjls at on.'.'
tlmo wo feel they are ready for It,
legardloLH of whether It Is at lliu
middle of a term or tho end of a
In Instruction we try to bo thor
ough In ull subjects, but perhaps
stress reading In Its various, phases
moro than any other subject, Tho
pupil's power to read and Intorprot
nnd npprcclato Is almost the pro
ce Index to his future growth and
dovoloment after leaving school. Of 1
courso it goes, without" saying thut (
citizenship and nil that goes with It
is the first aim of. all teaching.
-(The End) , ,
Im Vomit" Storks nl
rl nml Milliner! are
In the I'lnk of IVr
fret Inn," JuL II
xtioiltd be III tin'
height uf llir Wluli-r
MMMin, ulirn Winter
nn In the nri'nti-t
ADVANCE CLEANUP SALE 1922
Mr. M. 1. Blotcky, the owner of La Vogue Cr Itfornia and Orcijon stores, tnkes "Time by
the forelock" in not waiting until after the first of New Year for Clean-up Sale; but in
keeping with Ln Vogue 1922 sales plans, all Fall nnJ Vinter ntocka are to be turned into
cash before Christmas. La Vogue stores' New York City office and buying is in personal
charge of its owner, which accounts for the all-ycar-around unti-ual values, and now you
will be able to cclcct newest style Dresses, Coat:, Suits, Skirts, Sweaters, Blouses, Silk Un
derwear, Furs, Hats, etc., at a saving from 20 to SO per cent or more. We are expecting
you and others who care to SAVE MONEY , Our salcn gunc arc loaded with ammunition
of real Price Explosive quality that should hit the Bull's EYE of a successful termination
of 1922 Clean-up Sale and to result in "Clear Decks" before Christmas and nloo clear tho
way for store repairs and improvements.
10 days until Christmas.
Uicomber 3-9 National
'jJecomher 8. Presbyterian
A: church rlufk' dinner ;and baz- 4
4 December 0 tntortalnroont ft
Ml. I.akl church. "
December C C'ha.mbfjr of
December 8T-IIIustrnted lee-
lure, .on Art institute of Chi-
caao. Woman's Library club,
Decdmbgr 9 T.he Methodist
December 11 ; I.eelur,4
Krank Hranch Riley.
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iiilldliiK uirln Iniliisti'lul del.
In 6 Lots
Let 1, choice
Lot 2; choice
Lot 3, choice
Thcso six lots of drrsses Jn-
eludo our entire stock of
jWoolon, .81Jk, and Volvc.t,
parry, .)iuslneK mid street
styles, values up to doublo lliu
, prices, iiuotcd,
Originally priced by us
3,0 per cent below value
""price. A "saving worth
your immediate . con
sideration. ' ,
A Gorgeous Display of
L.irga hu'n nml smnll lints
for dri'HH, husliuns or sportH
wi'iir, In ull thn wiiiited miller
I.iIm of thn hcuhii!), priced lit
nhiiui V. tlndf vnliiKH, Kntlro
titock of ll'itH In S lots; prices:
MARKED AT PRICES
FOR QUICK SELLING
Many IUiiiih priced ns low
iih usual whnli in lu prlcuti. Vo
lour CnatH, fur collars, woll
Sale Price $15.00
;ii griuln Cimts with i
wltlmul fur collurn
Prices $24.50 up
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TTYTR-Ar QPFPI At Ueiitiful'Jlk Lace Drcspes and Newest Stylo Vol-' ti o fii
JCf.l.yV KjJTJCrjIi -"vcteen Drei'Joc, .splendid values up to .$24.50, nt only pli&e,Q'
Extra' Special Values in Big Line oi Sweaters, Blouses, Silk Underwear anl
Silk Petticoats for the Holiday Trade
5th and Main Sts
La Vogue Store
ar.a Mutter Btnwt
10 in !C Hi root
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cobt of a7,ono,
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