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Page 187 - may provide for. Article VI Meetings.—The Society shall hold its annual meetings at the time and place of the Department of Superintendence of the National Education Association. Other meetings may be held when authorized by the Society or by the Executive Committee.
Page 186 - Sec. 2. The Executive Committee shall consist of the president and four other members of the Society. Sec. 3. The president and vice-president shall serve for a term of one year, the secretary-treasurer for a term of three years. The other members of the Executive Committee shall serve for four years, one to be elected by the Society each year. Sec.
Page 16 - is not to be a Yearbook of hopes and ambitions, nor of general statements, but a Yearbook of actual material available for classroom use, with only so much descriptive material in each case as is necessary to tell how the material was made and employed. Too much emphasis cannot be laid on the fact that what
Page 179 - L., Prin. School No. 45, Auburn Ave. & Baynes St., Buffalo, NY Adams, Ray H., Dearborn, Mich. Alexander, Carter, State Dept. of Education, Madison, Wis. Alexander, Thomas, Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn. Alger, John L., Normal School, Providence, RI Alleman, SA, Supt. of Schools, Napoleon, La. Allison, Samuel B., Prin. Lewis-Champlin School, Chicago, 111. Allen, Fiske, State Normal School, Charleston,
Page 182 - Ernest, 934 Kirkwood Ave.. Iowa City, la. Horn. Paul W., Supt. of Schools, Houston, Texas. Hornbaker. Mrs. Esther Perry. 1710 \V. 104th St.. Chicago, 111. Ingler, Francis M., 506 S. Fifth Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. Inglis, Prof. Alexander J., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Page 55 - C. State Principal Thought in One Terse Statement. "A . . . most common source of error is found in the particularwo rding given to the central thought. In order to be perfectly definite and * Sandwick, How to Study, pp. 57-58.
Page 182 - 6030 Kenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. Heckert, JW, Miami University, Oxford. Ohio. Henry, TS, State Normal School. Kalamazoo. Mich. Herron, Miss Helen, 1933 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, La. Hill, David Spence.
Page 162 - 14 years old and was in the sixth grade. Because he was 14 years old, he could get an employment certificate. His family did not need the