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Page 251 - This textbook may be borrowed for two weeks, with the privilege of renewing it once. A fine of five cents a day is incurred by failure to return a book on the date when it is due. The Education Library is open from 9 to 5 daily except Saturday when it closes at 12.30.
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Page 231 - Always stand squarely on the feet with heels separated about 5 inches, and feet pointing nearlg> ' ly straight forward, arms hanging easily at the sides, chest slightly raised, and head up. FIRST EXERCISE. Raise arms sideways to horizontal position. Turn the palms upward and force the arms back as far as possible. While in this position, count slowly from one to four, and at each count describe a complete circle about 12 jnches in diameter, the arms remaining stiff and pivoting from the shoulders.
Page 225 - I tried to-day to keep fingers, pencils, and everything that might be unclean out of my mouth and nose. (4) I drank a glass of water before each meal and before going to bed, and drank no tea, coffee, or other injurious drink to-day.
Page 225 - I took ten or more slow, deep breaths of fresh air to-day. 7. I played outdoors or with windows open more than thirty minutes to-day. 8. I was in bed ten* hours or more last night and kept my window open.
Page 225 - I tried to-day to sit up and stand up straight, to eat slowly, and to attend to toilet and each need of my body at its regular time.
Page 107 - Hairbrush is neglected," he went on, "our masters and mistresses will' look untidy, but they will not get ill; while if I were not used, there would be toothache and misery and illness as a result. I am the one who ought to be king of the brushes.
Page 241 - About What a GIRL Should Gain Each Month Age: 5 to 8 6 oz. 14 to 16 8 oz. 8 to 11 8 oz. 16 to 18 4 oz. ii to 14 12 oz. 39 4° 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 5...
Page 107 - Broom is trusted for the heavy work of cleaning floors and stairways, but when they want a really good job done, when they want the clothes they wear to be spic-andspan, they call on me." "There is a great deal in what Brother Clothesbrush has said," interrupted a handsome silver-mounted hairbrush, "but his argument counts much more for me than it does for himself.