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Page 32 - ... (3) to teach its members to think seriously and wisely concerning the various vocations studied; (4) to assist in preparing its members to take an active and efficient place in these vocations; (5) to connect more closely the work of the public schools with the life of the community; (6) to teach its members to aid effectively in meeting the civic needs of the community and to assist every civic institution in promoting the general welfare of our city. Any boy in the fifth grade or above may...
Page 31 - The purposes of the organization are : (1) to study the civic and industrial life of the city by first-hand observation; (2) to learn what opportunities the industrial life of the city offers to young men; (3) to teach its members to think seriously and wisely concerning the various vocations studied; (4) to assist in preparing its members to take an active and efficient place in these vocations; (5) to connect more closely the work of the public schools with the life of the community; (6) to teach...
Page 35 - It was learned from the superintendent of the water company at the time of this inspection that during the latter part of July and the first part of August, iron had been present in the water • quite general over the whole system.
Page 6 - Chairman HJ Esterman AE Mittendorf Gordon Mougey Hides, Wool and Feathers Ludwig Wise, Chairman Frederick Pfiester Chas. F. Robb Mill Feed A. Bender, Chairman Andrew M. Braun George Keller LC Lord Barney Topmoeller BH Wess Oils — Cotton Seed RE Hughes, Chairman Franklin Ives Oil and Lard HW Burckhardt, Chairman Oils — Linseed Chas.
Page 36 - ... the United States Shipping Board and the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce.