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Mount Pleasant Daily News (Newspaper) - January 22, 1927, Mount Pleasant, Iowa The it. Pleam Yit daily news Satu Diu Jan. Quot 1927 club changes to Oxford Fellowship of America the Oxford club Mot at its club room for a Short mooting monday evening. The president read the min utes of the National convention held december 2? 2ft at Milwaukee which were approved by the local chapter. The outstanding business of the National convention was to change the name of the organisation to the Oxford Fellowship of America. A new m event it is on to have Overy College and University theological at adept a number of this Organtra in Ltd. A National part time Secretary i4 Row at Garrett biblical Institute and All or amp a Tolotti or poking for Ward to n greater program of activity for the coming year. Jap Captain the rectangle publishes Wesleyan students work in the current Issue of the rectangle official publication of Sigma Tau Delta is published a poem by miss Teulah Hage Manti. Who was n Sophomore at Wesleyan last year Ano a member of the local honorary chapter. In addition to this contribution from a member of the English fraternity. The rectangle also gives a Hook Leview by miss Martha Crane written by her last year while a freshman and published As oxen ovary College freshman work. Sigma Tau Delta National English fraternity of which Wesleyan is fortunate in having a chapter is distinctively honorary. To have a part in the official publication brings Honor to the girls and to Wesleyan. From Wesleyan nows examination terrors reveal themselves in Many forms of dread theme Motel Tranter it Fly a interviewer finds fax Ems make St uhf n t s i cont for t a bit the terror of so Well As upper j upon us again j those who Are j hotel for fish real Yosemite Cal. A who said a poor Flash a those member. A f the family who swim into Yosem to Valley next season to spawn Are going to and a Fly 1my/n5 it Arthur Matsu japanese football Jar. La Captain of the William and Leary football team. The College a the second oldest in the country Utatsu is one of the first Jap nose 4> to so honoured. Corn husking Champ hotel a to be erected at a 1 a f $25,0 0. Where they can not i. Var i surrounded by All Coin the least that a Tiab ask. It i hatchery will be erected at Happy Isles and will la 1 operation for 10. Premises new mayor of Tijuana lower California popular a filling station for american tourists says he a going to keep it he a Fla Vio Borquez 29, son of mex. Ican ambassador to Peru. A this does no to mean he a go ing to close largest bar in old Tijuana stride final examinations Many freshmen As i clansmen Are almost for the Benefit of dreading them the opinion of various students and professor have been ought Madge Green who being a senior a had quite a bit of experience with duals says Quot when i am a a Toucher i shall Rover give exams. 1 think a professor can Tell after Yon have been in class a w Hole semester whether you know your work or not. J i always dread exams it s rather in Stenc tic i guess although 1 do think j an a student or one who make Borough preparation every Day will write a Good exam and one who Doea j i half Way work will write a half j Way exam. 1 Don t believe cramming. I docs much Good. Martha Crane approves of Oral i final exams of the Typo in Rof Geiger j i is giving. Slut abhors True and false i Testa however Quot they done to seem 1 fair to me Quot she says Quot Ana a final la j i too important to he Given that Way. J i ast year i dreaded examinations doubly but tills year i know i Bev Are nothing to fear. They i f j really Arentt any worse than any other Lyonl Psavor i use i has Hla own a i ideas on the subject. For the Bene j tit of the freshmen Quot his hark is really j worse than hts he says Quot when the Young indy asked me i what i thought of semester examinations 1 thought of another student o mine who two years ago asked Mohi same question i asked him what he thought about it and tie answered Quot of Well. I done to believe i can ova to learn to like i begged the question Why and he answered. Quot i done to believe they do you any Good because just As soon As you pass he should Timve said finished them you forget All you Ever knew about if the Ohlef motive of these evil examinations in to cram at the last minute then they Are evil things and should be remedied. But if tin chief purpose is to review purposefully the ground that Lias been covered during the semester and if the review is done systematically that is outline the entire semesters work then they arc immensely beneficial for the reviewer because they refresh his mind and make him see the Given Field of knowledge As a whole. What would the average american College student do if he had to Lake an examination Over the entire four years of High school work yet this is exactly what happens in the european schools. Real learning is a continuous process which Calls for one re Examina ton after another. It is the student who re examines his vocabulary geography. History etc., that learns retains and beaut o up in i Cheyrol in Chevrolet a Host of improvements and amazing Price reductions with its smartly panelled and beaded new Fisher bodies with its distinctive full Crown one piece fenders Bullet Type lamps and a fish tail modelling with its a Oil filter a air cleaner coincidental ignition and steering lock Remote control door handles and scores of other mechanical improvements the most Beautiful Chevrolet is the finest Low priced car Ever presented the american Public and offered As it is at such amazingly reduced prices it constitutes the greatest sensation of americans greatest Industry never before has any maker of Quality cars provided such Beauty such luxury and such modern design at such Low prices come in. Sec the most Beautiful Chevrolet the outstanding Triumph of the worlds largest and most successful builder of gearshift cars the c ouch $595 former Price $ >4% Xmas Vav 4 sir / l it a in a at the touring cur 525 li.l.l-,,<n Terri a Tirl it Rel Orrl. I girl i la ill Man tire us Ray a Jav i ton truck Casaia Only 495 i ton truck chatau t Only a 395 the Dinul sir 525 it in in. Hallo fir. A a it a i i. Thuu i Nimro prot at Milit Lulu it a it a tire Nulf. / he Sedan 695 former Price $7%% i he Coupe 625 former Price $643 the 745 former Price $76% the sport c Ahri Olei 715 fire to new Model with rumble kit balloon i Irce now Standard on All moult. All prices . Mint it i a. Tire sales company West Washington Street three men tryout Quality at Low it. Pleasant Iowa cos Al y. M. C. A. Discuss Milwaukee meeting Fred Stanek fort Dodge la., is new Champion Corn Husker of world he won title in contest at Fremont neb., doing 2,121 pounds failing to equal the worlds record of 35.8 bushels made by Elmer Williams Illinois a Nan in 1924. For state contest roeh8�rs an l Kex prow opinion on problems lonely student runs and in paper to get a Date the menus representative in Public speaking will be chosen in the local contest we hich is to be held saturday afternoon in the College Chapel. The three who Are trying out Are san Ewart Earl Moline and Reynolds Murdock. This year the participants were limited to those who were Tak j ing work in that class in Public speaking. This should assure a Well trained speaker. The Winner will i take part in the state Here March 1, and probably in the provincial contests later. Hast year Paul Olnear won first place in the state extempore contest and brought the Silver Loving cup Here and a second Victory this Yea will give Wesleyan permanent pos session of it. The report of the Milwaukee con Ferenze was continued yesterday at the y. M. C. A. Meting by an informal discussion of the attitude of the modern student toward his environment and life in general. Professor bus Cemi in stating his opinion of the modern student concerning restless Nesh and said they do not think. He said As a Rule they contest held just take tilings As they come and without thinking out the problems that Confron them. Several other professors and students expressed their opinion concern ing the attitude and causes of the seemingly restlessness of the group we Call students. Remy accepts position As y. M. C. A. Secretary Vern Remy has accepted the Posi Tion of Secretary of town and coun try work at the Waterloo y. M. C. A having applied in person at water Loo last monday he succeeded in get Ting the appointment. His work be gins the first of february making it necessary for him to leave Wesleyan at the close of this semester. His association work for this of will be Over three count Jos arid i include supervision of his clubs local associations and summer eau a Waterloo has one of Ali Strong a sedation in the state. Home we make a valuable addition to tin personnel. Adelia Mills tells y. W. About work at National meeting s to Dent discuss Many problems at Milwaukee Wisconsin a Delta Mills the Leader of the y. A c. A meeting Friday gave an interesting report of the first National student conference in Milwaukee december 28, 29, 20 and 31, the purpose of the conference was to bring lie problems of International collegiate interest before the students of America. The conference Wys held n the Large Milwaukee auditorium capacity for Over to u la Bali it at. Exclusive dispatch copy right a Baltimore my. Dot it pay to ? Louis a. Hester Louis handsome and All that but sort of shy is a Sophomore at St. Johns College Annapolis. When to had spent two years in College without having a a Date a his loneliness became so overpowering that to decided to do something Radical about it. A lot of other students in so John s Are in the same boat that Louis was with regard to dates for the United states naval Academy is located in Annapolis too and of course there a a Glamour about a uniform you know. Youn0 Hester thought Over the maths for several weeks then y corp ipod Ned a by Crl m a meet in a Ball Are in paper. A a wanted a girl to it dancing with me a something like that. There were a number of reps. Hester decided miss Taxine in Kin was the nicest applicant. Sch a a student in the Maryland Institute of Art and design. Both deny that fhe it s anything romantic about it. J forme of course but so Are nearly All the acquaintanceship that Young students make. A we both like to dance a says miss Rankin. A a that a Hester Isnit welcoming the attendant publicity but i he admits it pays to advertise. Exchange Cut vhf to at a v a a it it ? a a in a of m it pleasant Exchange club in Rof it o Hendrickson was elected president of that organization for the coming f a months. Prof a or in Merb k on be. Been taking a very Active part in the. Club work for some time and is now Able to serve the club in a new Capac Ity. Professor it p. Bowers is vice president of the same organization. Thu makes Iowa Wesleyan social science department Well represented in the official body of the Exchange a Lub and actively interested in its work. With its seating 13 000 people. Tie inspiration Given to each Delegate by the 3000 other students pres a Ltd it made for the such est of the con i Quot Terence. J there were representatives from j he hawaiian Island. China i Ndia i and foreigners from Many colleges of the United states. Adelia explain a a Jetton that wih proposed after the speech of Kirby Page concerning the likelihood of a Christian notion favouring Wai i the reply of the student conference j being a we go on record is opposing economic and political control or exploitation of other people by our a lion particularly by Means of Mill tary Force a agree on the Resolution however so they voted to table it. Radio phone broadcast from station Woco Tbs Palmer school of chiropractic Davenport Iowa cent. Stand. Time�?484 meters 5000 Watts All sch Duies Are p m. Week beginning Jan. £3rd sunday 1.00 to 2 00 old Folkar Muai Cul pro Gram by the Palmer Amie symphony. Erwin Swindell conductor. Vocal numbers by Bernard Regan baritone. 0 30 to 7 00 Church service Rev. David w. Barclay first presbyterian Church. Savanna or. Subject a a keeping the la Tom. 4 7. 8 15 to 9 15 musical program. A the Atwater Kent radio artists from station Wear a. 0 00 to i 11 00 musical program the Palmer Little symphony Erwin Swindell conductor. Soloists to to announced. Late evening weather forecast for Iowa and Illinois at first Opportunity after 10 00 of clock. Monday 1 57�?Standard time signal. 2 00 to 2 10 weather forecasts and closing quotations on Grain live Stock and Dairy products. 5 00 to 3 30 Home management schedule by Quot aunt �?�15 to i 00 Chimes concert. 0 00 sport no a. No broadcasting after 0 00 p. M monday h int night for Woc tuesday j -7 Standard time signal no to a 10 weather forecast i a in in quotations on pain ulv it to to it an Dairy of a to duffs 0> to 3 30 Home via Wagemen Cliff Dule >5 Quot a let Jon a i. Of a a on concert. 0o smrt news to to 6 40 educational lecture he a old Hickory Man of the smoked products corp. Cincinnati Fth i o. A i a s give floor lamp the actives and pledges of i Beta Phi enjoyed a Cooky Shine at their rooms thursday evening complimentary to france8 Spry who is leaving at the end of the semester. The Chap the students failed to Ter presented to Ber a Beautiful floor lamp. After the picnic supper fraternity songs were Sung. 7 00 to 7 30 musical program by the Quot Vikings from ution Skaf. 7 30 to 8 00 musical program Rottie Simons and the Quot Silver King orchestra broadcasting from the Mayfair hotel Moline Iii. 8 00 to 9 00 musical program a Rev ready hours from station Wear. 9 00 to 9 30 Quot auction Bridge games from station Wear. 9 30 to 10 30 i oct re confessions of a tolerant Many part 8 by or. B. A Palmer president of the Palmer school of chiropractic and owner of station woe. Late evening weather forecasts for Iowa and Illinois at first oppor Tunley after 9 30 of clock. 11 00 to 12 00 Zornio Simons and the Quot Silver King orchestra broadcast lug from the Mayfair hotel Moline Iii. Wednesday 1 57�? Standard time signal 2.00 to 2 10�?weather forecast and closing quotations on Grain live Stock and Dairy products. 1 00 to 3 30 Home management schedule by Quot aunt 4 00 to 4 45 musical program orate Huber Lohmiller Soprano. Ann Bradfield Reader. 5 45 to 6 00 Chimes concert 6 00 sport news. 6 30 to 7 00 musical program by the Voss vagabonds of Tho Vosh Bros. Mfg. Co. Of Davenport la. 9 00 to 9 30 musical program by a Trade and Mark. From station Wear late evening weather forecast for Iowa and Illinois at first Opportunity after 9 30 of clock. 30 to 10.30 musical program. Erwin Swindell organist thursday 1 57--Standard time signal. 00 to 2 10 weather forecast and closing quotations on Grain. Live Stock and Dairy products. I q0 of 3 30 a Home munagemen1 schedule by a aunt 1 15 to 6 00 Chimes concert. 6 00�?sport news. 6 30 to 7 30 musical program by the Earl Ferris Nur sry -co., of Hamp ton Iowa. 7 30 to <8 00 musical program from Woc studios. The Quot Moline plow Lions Quot of the Moline implement co of Moline 111. 8 00 to 9 00�?musical program by a Clicquot club eskimos from station Wear. 9 00 to 10 00�?musical program by a Good Rob zippers from station Wear. Halo evening weather forecasts for Iowa and Illinois at first Opportunity after 10 00 of clock. 10 00 to 11 00 Muscal program. By the Quot Steinway four Quartetti Friday 1 67 Standard time signal. 2 00 to 2 10 weather forecast and closing quotations on Grain livestock and Dairy products 3 00 to 8 30 a Home Mazag gu5eut schedule by a aunt 4 00 to 5 00�?musical program by Tho Crescent orchestra of the Crescent Macaroni and Cracker co., Davenport Iowa. 6 45 to 6 00 Chimes concert. 8 00�?sport news. 7 30 to 8 30 musical program by the a Moorman Melody mixers of Tho Moorman mfg. Co., Qunicy 111. 8 30 to 9 00�?ilafrance musical program from St Tiou Wear 9 00 to 9 so musical program by a the Whittall Anglo persian from station Wear 9 30 to 10 30�?locttir Quot Abraham Lla cola part 11 by or. B. J. Palmer president of the la Alnor school of chiropractic and owner of stat fun Woc. Late evening weather forecast for Iowa and Illinois at first Opportunity after 9 30 of clock. 11 00 to 12 00 Horn to Simons and tin Quot Silver King orchestra. Saturday 12 57 Standard time signal 1 00 to 1 10�? weather forecasts and closing quotations on Grain livestock and Dairy products. 5 45 to 6 00 Chimes concert. 6 00 sport news. 7 00 to 8 00 musical program. By Tho Davenport musical Assn. 8 00 to 9 00 a the Balkite hours with Walter Damrosch from str Tion Wear late evening weather forecasts f it a Iowa and Illinois at first oppor j nifty aft r 9 00 of clock. Tit few lion c7tninb for colds Grippe and a fit Quot at first sign of cold Grippe or a a flu take Kalis �?oflu-caps.�?�1 they act directly on the liver kidneys and bowels in 3 gentle pleasant Way ridding system of All impurities a in i fortifying a the body against Furterer attack front colds and fever. Get a Box at your druggist so Only 50c.a Fot a i Jeff
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