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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - January 25, 1923, Williamsport, Indiana
About the time i Thiak you make both 6 meet some och moves the. Ads. The review Republican entered As second Clasa matter at the Post office at wll Lla sport Indiana. New series a $ 9. No. 16wiluamsport. Indiana. Thursday. January. 25. 1923 subscription Price s1.50 per year Hail to old i. U. Banquet sat Kuay night tug sex lights save users billions foundation Day of Indiana a Ivy a the efficiency of the modern elec sity was observed in Warren county Itrie Liam is due to Tungsten fila Vith a banquet at the Warren hotel ments which Piave widely extended in Williamsport saturday evening. Its Field of usefulness and which it several alumni former students is estimated reduce the american and friends of the University were ii jilting Bill by one billion dollars a present and enjoyed a very pleasent year because of the High ili Umina i evening. Prof. R. E. , Dir ution obtained from a Small use of a Jector of the Extension department of electricity. Behind this unadorned the University was present and gave statement lies the Story of a Strug i a splendid talk on present conditions Gle to conquer the seemingly Union at the University. It i Merable and an eventual Triumph he made the encouraging an i of science Over a Metal that goes con-1 noun lenient Itiat the water Supply Forl tray to the Laws of metallurgy. Bloomington would be ample when Tungsten was discovered in 17s1 the new project for a pumping Sta i by swedish mineralogists who tion at Griffey Creek was established. Gave it its name from the word Tung he spoke of Many new features in meaning Heavey. And Sten meaning i and about the Campus which was Stone because of the great weight. A cubic foot of land weighs 703 pounds and a cd iii toot of i Agsten. Poi ads. For More h Century exper Nien a Werr nide o de Ern i i a a Stu highly pm using to ii e former dents. Attorn by Raymond ringer spoke for the local a Rani Raaon. 3.1r. Ringer said he hat no Hesi nay in re commending the Sta r vers y to any yen Uig p a i a quot a r in sir our of pursuing ii ii a our i. Value 01 tue Preci i nov. Wii a quot Teri a Lihue w in 1 ? i rat i. A. Fri ing. An exo i i Lalk ih-01 i of nig an As Niueli ties in the association of people it was the unanimous sen ment of Siose present that an Organ a Rev . Wise Ortt i d is use except As an a a a a Viric preut it quot ire a a r a t or Nife. A. Perm Nani Orga ratio to. nearly nil Otin state now have Sudi an As a a tit t or a i Kaiue to lat would l c n of e e Ai in. Its Gre a .00 Pevi ratio and vitiate. Iai Strong to Indiana in or to and heat Ance seemed to be the nto a desirable Metai. Accordingly. Lite expert research a Teri of the a Iza tion of this kind should be formed Hectric lamp Industry sought for a Here. Officers were Niamtu and Tenta Way to use it. For years re live plans proposed for a summer a sted their efforts because it was too meeting when students now in a ten Brittie to be workable or to stand any dance would be at Home so they Shock. Could attend and their enthusiasm eventually a method was found from recent attendance fat tie uni thereby powdered Tungsten j varsity would furnish the necessary with a Binde to Hoid the particles quot Pep quot for the meeting. Together could be squirted through Raymond ringer was elected pre-1 tine Dies and it was in this form that silent mrs. Clara Donavon King the Tungsten filament was first used. Vice president and mrs. Oscar har-1 experiments with the strange Metal Secretary and treasurer and two examined for the electric Ligpit Manul other members Are to be chosen by lecturers were unwilling to fire of j the officers to act with them As an Whai promised to be tre final Cila executive commit teen. Ment. The treatments by heat and a novel feature of the meeting sat pressure. That rendered other Brittle urday evening was the presence or i metals ductile had no effect upon several of the parents of students now Tungsten. Finally experiments were at the University. This innovation was begun in Defiance of the known Laws highly commended by prof. Cavin of metallurgy and a treatment tra a jul quot made other ductile metals Brittle was attend pop i. Tungsten was crashed new fowl Cross Between. N of ii Otish successively re big Turkey and Chicken quot quot exl teni Perater i and then frito . These wire fought. Be sufi ii i Nutly pliable to Penni quot he ure a to l e d a a. U in Oue wire. The a struggle o solve tite qty Tery of Mingst quot was ended. The pre edit nay elect la lamp. A no. Enki Ruig und item tone to or ii Narv Slick and vibration owes of 1861 a new development in Tho poultry Industry is the production of i fowl that is a Cross Between a Turkey and a Chicken. This hybrid according to illustrated article in popular mechanics has been propagated for four years by a California Breed he filament that g own in its retuer. Tiie Metis is a increase of too per cent in school expenditures from 1900 to 1 20, when there was Only an increase of 20 per cent in the number of children to be educated is a situation of some concern aside from the ways and Means of providing the Revenue. It seems indeed a rather abnormal expansion. Having been actively engaged in school work during this period and in reality one of the perpetrators of the crime i feel it May be in order for me to a opinion and my turning states evidence May make some a mends for any contribution i May i ave made in the Case. I wish however first to show some Nasons which May in fact be largely a justification of an increased expenditure of about in then must be prepared to meet Entrance requirements when 90 per cent of them never enter College. School administrators will be railed upon some Day to justify Many of the features in the schools which Are now taken for granted and the practical group who pay the High a taxes May seem a Little obstinate to the theorists who May have their hearts set on maintaining the status is. At any rate the Public is not in a Frame of mind to stand for any increase in school expenditures at this time and if school administrators deem it necessary to add new features to the schools which Cost Money it would be Good diplomacy to effect a saving within the system somewhere to take care of expense of the new Fountain. Warren minister Lal association met in Williamsport in 1861 the Warren review no known Ais the review Republican was edited by Jihn a can ult. The Price of the paper then As now it was $1.50 per year. The following Are a few of the acts passed by the extra session of Congress on the 4th Day of july 18 61 an last to provide for the collect a ion of d ties on , and for other purposes. An act to authorize a at total loan 3.nd for other purposes. An act to indemnify the Scates for expenses incurred by them in def Aoe of the United states. All act authorizing the appointment of on assistant Secretary of the Navy. ? an act to increase the medical corps of the Xavy an act to increase the pay of re privates of the re Glicr army to it u. Racer Tarine. And Cudina by Etti purposes. 0t apis us. 1-gl, six and Sarah j. Isaac a vie. the car West a Bajt Oit or. Siders is Ati Siuai i i3 regularly a quot ery Day to Attica leaving the hotel at i o clock ?. Passengers can i o act 1 at a reason Tibbie Price in ls6i As now. The Demaud tor 1 it uses. great and i a aunty j House could vol he found. The third annual fair of the Warren county agricultural society Wili be yield at the fair grounds in Williamsport on tuesday we domesday and thursday oct. 1, 2, and 3rd, 18 61. On the .30th Day of March. 186t, j. tit or t a a ides i Toile the Fountain Warren ministerial association met in Williamsport on tuesday and the meeting was Well quot attended. Twenty five persons attend i quoted the me eting. The program was quot quot arranged to make Church work Morel Esq. Ritarae a to efficient and the work of the Church More Effe Yetive. The morning was led by Rev. D. W. Mcgaughey of the Christian Church of Veedersburg. The discussion dealt largely with relation Williamsport to establish a Perm a ent Law practice a school free of All a Hildrea be tween the ageism of 5 and 25 Yearse. Cent Trose that Are married in the Sci ool District comprising the town of Williamsport As has been attached ship of the Church to our even quot a Day life and How Tihe Church could quot fun purposes. Will com tion in Ordor that it might be of Academy building on greater service to its people a monday the 15th Day of april 1861 the Mission of the Church was tak la quot continue for thirteen weeks in thing to be grafted on to the outside in up in the meeting in the afternoon of mrs. T. H. And led by Rev. Murr of Pine Cark and miss n. A. Blood the pre while the readers Are perusing Village. Some excellent Points were the pages of this Issue the editor is brought out in the discussion that 3 7 million dollars a i Indianapolis attending the meet followed try years for school purposes j ing of the Republican editors of or. W. D. Brown Secretary of the ii the first place there has been j Indiana. There will be a two Day ses 1-Afa. Ette y. H. C. A., r. H. Iusti Tathie expenditures for school Sion at the Severin hotel for the Dis Silverthorn Secretary of the Purdue augut utne. .-.ojjemy, i sent Able and efficient teachers of a the Academy. it is hoped that jail who Are entitled to will Avail j themselves to the benefits. The branches be Tau Glit equip ten i the form of buildings j quot Sion of problems regarding news y m. C. A. And o. F. Hall spoke on heating plants laboratories libraries paper making. Rhe subject of Bible studies in the or. He has called tiie fowls Turkens quot and now has quite a Large flock of them. The male Bird has a Glt Bler neck Aind other resemblances to a Turkey. The female has a Turkey head but otherwise looks like a Chicken. In color they Are Geue Nally red. And when full grown weigh from nine play groups Etc. Then there have been is a Day of organization and schools and that studies in this work each Craft Trade and Industry needs Ould a credited in the school and scholars ont sice of District will be received and charged the regular cadent ii prices for tuition. So Many be departments added to r o to s a 0 in ter Kiich sixteen inches Long in it is nut tit Rougie a ser de into Stuart and a Hinh Forni yes of Dies each one Snia Iier t Ian the one before until it wive no thicker than Fine Shrlati. The fila the curriculum such As vocational courses and Domestic science manual training Athl is Etc that there is found to be a much greater Over Cal production head expense in school maintenance. To get together and compare notes. Guy Waldrop superintendent of founder s week at mood the result of such an organization schools of Fountain county spoke on Bible Institute makes for better and More economic the possibilities on the Extension of vocational training in the different Niento of to e sea list electric lights Isi to fourteen pounds. Indianapolis i a Star Iran a tiny a a Eye quot Cut in a Uli amond and 250 Miles or fila i old remodeler Are mad irom one 16-Inch Rod a into three Stoke Home of the stubborn a quot to the annual founder s week conference of the Moody Bible Institute to 9 Guclu a Ditorio fam i wish to assure the readers of the communities in the counties. The i believe these Are necessary for of review Republican that i am Mak county health situation was brought i february 5 to 9 incl Focient school work and justifiable ing Effort to make the Home to the attention of the ministerial y wherever the Community could of al Aper the very Best it is possible for association by miss Greathouse Ford them. But its not Good business to put out. The Liberal patronage health nurse of Fountain co Tinty. I for one to spend All his available cashier Kiich has be ii accorded me since the next meeting will be held to it eve o d Dean of the i off for an expensive purse when he has i have been in charge of the review March in Covington. Further notice last tute for nothing left to put into if. Republican is ample Assurance to me of the plans of this meeting be quot quot Sivret in the Institute Chicago. The list of speakers includes Rev. Many a Century old Windmill. Of the kind commonly men in countries having four Large sleeps or sails and an outside covering of shingles h5s been remodeler into s three Story Home at Lonstrup. Jutland in Denmark says popular mechanics in an illustrated article. After the huge grinding stones and shafts were removed from the Interior the three floors w ere divided into comfortable rooms having Dormer Type windows. Nine persons Are accommodated in the rebuilt Struc a Ture from which a Beautiful View is to be had. Burglars quot Siake attempt at Brookston Bank a attempt to Burg Lweize the Bank of Brookston made night. January 15. The outer door of the Safe was blown off and rhe com ligation of the inner door shattered Init the Money compartment was not opened. The Prairie Telephone company was loser by reason of damage to its Cal be which was Cut t1ieret y leaping All phones without connections. to the lined is Esti rated at $500. Tiie manager of a successful business Enterprise will not add a new feature to his business which Dupli-1 capable and continue to Merit the Cates some other feature dior increase Confidence of my constituents his overhead without a corresponding increase in production. This principle i believe has not been strictly and Spring i to. Or. Donald Mctavish of Toron a olt it Attica Bridge Ito evangelistic and conference re being razed j preventative of the presbyterian de of course its not to be expected that the Republican editorial Asso nomination throughout Canada Rev. Basw. S. Gottshall president mennonite hered to i the a f the a quot quot quot the old Iron Bridge which. / a expansion 0 elation could be without a decided stood at tiie Western Entrance of at Home Mission. Board Bluffton o. Air a Sci Are to Hii con a re 1 e Troj f a m non a j r a a political complexion. Tica for Over thirty years is being taler. Gordon Watt and mrs. Watt of after the two Days session of quot shop Ken Down. That is the West Span is j Glasgow. Scotland Rev. Charles w. Talk quot there will be one grand ban Heing removed. It will be used to Abel of the London. Missionary so Quet at the Claypool hotel. Here a Silt an lick Branch a Cain township piety. For thirty two years a Mission bout 500 men and women Iwho Are Werbich is on the line Between foun Ary in. New Guinea. Or. Maurice Fra Presb Terian Church notes unclaimed letters sunday school 9 30 morning worship 10 45. Christian Endeavor 6 00 evening service 7 00 it is the plan to make the sunday evening services More of a popular nature. The pastor is selecting themes that Are timely Aind the gospel is being preached forcefully. Special Effort is being made to have the music up to the ability of the singers. We May expect some very interesting services. What do you do on sunday evening come to Church. R. L. Fletcher pastor thei following letters Are unclaimed at the Williamsport Post office and will be sent to the dead letter office on february 1, unless called for be i fore that time i Gladys Perry. Or. George a. Hess Imp. Dora Raber. Ander. A. H. Send by. Joe Lewis postmaster. Elmer Odle who is employed at the c. Amp e. I. Shops at Danville 111., arrived Here tuesday afternoon to visit friends and relatives. Expansion of the school system. When a new feature was added to the curriculum in Many instances it was simply tacked on without displacing something else and an additional tax added to the budget to take care of the additional zip ease. The manager of a business Enterprise has Uip on him the Burden of creating the Money to play overhead expenses As Well As looking after the output but not so the teachers and school administrators. Hence they do not Hare the interest in holding the balance in expense and output in Vonnal ratio As does the business Man. Many persons in charge of school affairs would be capable of managing business affairs successfully but they isit aply Don t have to pay attention to this end in school affairs because the schools Are subsidised by the state. For instance most schools maintain a curriculum ill Rich presumes that real Republican enthusiasts will Tain and Montgomery counties a gather in Honor of the g. O. P. Hon. Therefore the latter county bears George b. Lockwood editor of the half the Erpen be of placing the National Republican Washington d. Bridge. The Wina Raasok construction c. Will be the head liner. Company has charge of the work. We expect him to assure us that the result of the recent election were a Wabash r. R. Store not so bad after All and that we Are Coal at Peru bound to quot come Back quot Good and Strong in two years. We May say we ter who in 1900 went to the new hebrides to evangelize two Savage islands. Or. C. S. Bishop veterans amp Creary of the y. M. C. A. Kansas City mo., who directed or. Moody s great evangelistic Campaign there the last of his career is also expected. The Methuselah club met Fri the Wabash Railroad is making do not favor extreme partisan poli preparations to store about 40.000 i a quot afternoon at the Home of mrs. Tics but the fact remains that in this tons of Coal East of the Peru City Lois Clark. This was the meeting country we committed to legislation a mits where a Large surplus of Coal for the election of officers and the by political parties and the Best Dis stored a year ago. There will be following officers were elected pres. Position to make of the matter is to about 1,000 Cair loads in All. The Coal mrs. Ele Stansbury was re elected papers All children Are going to College and Republican office. See to it that political parties serve vill be secured from mines in Uli the people. Iris and Tihe deliveries will begin this week old papers for Sale at review it. Try a quot want and quot this week. Vice president mrs. Frank Clark Secretary mrs. H. D. Billings. A very enjoyable time was had by All present. After the meeting delicious refreshments were served. Ii a a fth
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