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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Snips. — 18 December 1902
Vol. 2. ST. JOHNS. ARZ.i THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1902. No. 14 A Word tó Parents f Teachers' Institute convenes next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday While the teachers will be highly gratified to see as. many parents, as can attend, present at. all of the sessions, they especially desire that all the parents of the county who Can possibly get there, will be present on Monday Evening:, at the Stake Academy. The pro gram for that evening will con sist .of talks by teachers on sub jects of interest and importance to every parent. This will be an extremely favorable opportunity for the i -parents of St. Johns to show whether they are in sympathy with the work of . our teachers. The education of the rising generations is the most vexing and at the same time, most im- American people. It has become ihe habit of the parents in many neighborhoods, and some have hinted that this is one of them, to leave the entire Educa tion of the children with the teacher. Two questions that will be discussed ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Snips. — 18 December 1902
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Snips. — 18 December 1902
b ítp1 -reglad to wel- C. C. Naegle of Concho was in Juan Candelaria 1 . 4 r;:ttf '&yaGte W&tó&L' tnléWtew 'fcftd; Tennessee," 4ú Z i- 1.1. . . . J J. -. ni 5tueviuiuiL Lanch. . ' - basli 3x.aLiic1a Was in tlie city yes- , tera. . Me says he will quit .wóaS forcma" of the Long Habout the first of the year. . Geo. is a jolly good fellóV and has .many friends hereabouts who will be sorr.y to learn that he contemplates leaving:. ' ", .Curt Cronetneyer one of the .t filial merchants of atlantown . , of tl?.is county, is in the city to tt$&ister a kick against paying a ,. higher tax than some richer ...people pa3. Mr. Gronemeyer is ft an old schoolmate of our fellow Vwj .townsman, B. Schuster. They . haye not seen each, other for a . quartér of a century,- although . . tiiey -have been- Hying in the sairae count7 for years. "We are informed that TL ill-night is slated to assume-the .Iretffeflté and suc- ffsíbí XfcC; W:oylrt. His large ciajf i3;im jao'me again. T?h? Eelief...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Snips. — 18 December 1902
misione. íft pff Wdes . f or; a v .4 1 lUnitT" 3tart' l. i . ' . . i - in . . ' . AíV.'-ítíV V wi$9if3Hmpp : irfri" I ; 7 r f "-v 1 met: PSÍjoKvoll I for yostordny was sy8tJ ',-i'But how shall glamour stay? 'YVjSjicI you, who then were at my font J May bo at hers today ! -I'd rather hold the memory dear Of all you used to be Than keep you with me. year by year, . Knowing you tired of me. farewell ! the past at least is miittfe The memory will stay : . ,; ' a yQi'dny divine, ;; But who shall hold today?- fi ; . " -By BJSff; r.U, but lie disposed of the business sooner than he expected. Judge Sloan is visiting: in the east. Ariz.Dem. p- The Senate Committee on Mil- itarv- Affairs has favorably report Mr the Militia Reorganization bill fr which war introduced bv Ropre- y'.' sonta tive Dick and passed by tfio House at the last session. This 7 . bill was originally drawn in ac cordance with the views of the y Secretary of War and provides V for organization' of the "reserve military stre...