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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1914)
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KKD CLOUD, NEBRASKA, NOVEMBER 1,
A Big Success
me Manners' institute last week
was a grand success. The attendance
kept Incieasing each day until Friday,
when fully live thousand people were
In attendance. Ir. was a good natured,
jovial crowd mid each .aid all seemed
to enjoy eveiything Immensely.
The institution Ih fast out growing
even pi esent facilities und it Is only a
question of time until laiger quarters
must be secured. The programs were
carried out just ns advertised and
there was not u hitch anywhere. There
is but one word which expresses tills
year's alfair and thatword Is "success."
On Wednesday inoinlng.ludge Oram-
liflc judged Mie horses and cattle and
called attention to the good and bad
points of all stock. Ho stated that
tln-re was a well defined ideal toward
which all were working to and thin
Ideal is possible to obtain.
The cooking nnd sewing deuionstra-
tions given by Miss Wymati were all
well attended, and those in attendance
wuie highly pleased with her work,
In the evening lVof. Morltz of our
citv schools delivered Iholntroductoiy
addi.ss He began his addresi by 1
stating tlut he had asked the pupils
in the high elni0i for their prefeieiice
of occupations, and of the boys only'
seven wanted to be farmers, and of
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me km-i- limy mie "I'l'ici "
housewife. He th-n dolivere I a strong
e.iine-.t plea for moic industrial train-
lug in our schools. He po'uted out '
thafsut that we In this ection were a
farming people, and it was the l,eight '
of folly to educate our children to J
leavens. This is what we are doing I
ar pre-enr. xne au.iress wss given
CHioful attention, anil ttie proiessor
made a deep impiesslouo i his lieureis.
Prof. Umdford, who has charge of
the inspection of agricultural schools
in the state, then followed with an ex
ccllent lectuie. Many of our people
were dlssapulnted because he did not
speak upon the subject which was ad
vertised. No doutit ho could have
given some first hand Information on
what the agricultural schools in the
state were doing, and in the opinion
of this editor he missed a golden op
not Utility. However, his address was
of a' really meritorious character, and
called forth generous applause.
On Thursday one of the special feat
ures was the. singing of the grade
pupils under the leadership of Pi of.
Wagoner. This was very pleasing.
Lieut. Governor AW'Ivttlvlc deliveied a
trom .eetu.o upon "Community Co-
opeialloii." lie showed the btuulUs
of the get together policy and what it
would lead to. '
On IVulny the big attraction wi.s
'.he annual paiade. All the hoises,
mules and c.itlle on exhibition were
lead thru the stieuts This was head
ed by our delightful band, and the
olllcialsof the institute
Then followed the pupils of our city
schools, ThW parade shown how big
our institutions are getting to be. The
foot hall squad, the fanner- in thu
agrioultnial dt-partiiieui, the members
of the douiosLic science, class, the
manual training bojs were all dressed
in costumes representing their work.
Kucli class proudly displayed a banner
fiom seniors to the kindergarten.
They marched four abreast and made
a procession ucurly thiee blocks long
Taken altogether the Institute was
tho biggest tiling of the year. Kvciy
one was pleased and all look forward
to the event next year.
The following olilcers were elected
for the coming year:
KX KCUT I V B CO M M IT rKK
O. W. Hummel, President.
Joo Ourney, Vice-President.
Hnrry Ullham, Secretary.
yJ. XV. Auld, Treasurer.
HOARD OK DIIIKOTOILS
Robert Dutnorell, Uol Cloud.
Henry 01 Ilium, Red Claud.
Fred Arnold, Ir.avule.
1 W. Cowdeu, Red Cloud.
Joe Crow, Red Cloud township.
T. V. White, Garllold.
(Continued on page eight)
- Franklin Academy vs. Red Cloud High
Business Men Holds
Their Third Banquet
The business men of Red Cloud held
their third bunquet at the Royal hotel,
Tuesday afternoon, The Royal hotel
belnj,' the host, it Is unnecessary to en-
H,K ,, tllL. eui8ie. Tlmt was all
that could be dsi led K. J Oveiing
ni;tt!lJ us toastniaster, unci called upon
M0,sr8 Mundny, Stoioy hiiiI W. I),
k.Ihoii for brief remarks upon the
several topics assigned to them. Mr.
Miinda treated of (iood Fellowship,
and told a number of stoiles, which
WoI1 len,.ty laughter. Mr. Kdson talked
of tlio weans of getting Red Cloud
more frequently Into Hie columns of
the state papers. Mr. Edson, after
modestly confessing his surprise and
un. preparedness, deliberately- drew
(,.,,, j,s VW!l1 a manuscript which
,e proceeded to read. Inasmuch as
tie subject oWnot Interest the pub
0t om. nny cmiet will be that the
address wu 8 ,ifr than the theme
Mr. Storey spoke of the Kvils of the
Cro lit System lie forclldy brought
mltl10 evs of n,0 svsl011, xvlthnut
8,iylng anything about its advantages
0P) ,,eri,aps, he indicated thnt thete
WOre no advantages. Were this the
f1U!ti tt ,LM.clr.nt. would better case to
ore,Ht, and, in our jiidgmont, he
w ,,i na that his business could be
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oonilu!te(t wlili cuuipai ut i vely no
lrr,bit, r expense He miirlit. in
,jee,(, spend u large p itiou of hlb time
The feature of the occasion w"s an
H,l,rhS tlf r, K,son that was not on
tJ1H ,,r(,Knu, H spoke of the uecus
sl,y of ln,,rv, tl0 r(.ulns be-
twi,n t)e fruier, un,l tl0 t.ity, Gf
mitkn lni. fu,lt.ls realize that the
cllv WHS lMr city lu conveniences,
t,,Jlr cc)nvenleucos, Its advantages,
It seems to us that this thought
should be the burden of the addresses
at these meetings. Ked Cloud has
done something in this direction, but
not nearly all she might do. It in her
fault, in some measure, that the farm
ers do not always speak of the city
with pride and affectiou. This is the
spirit that It behooves the people of
the town to cultivate, at all cost. We
want that every farmer of the county
shall feel like boasting of this city as
his city, of the people here as his
friends and helpers, of the cutetUlu
incuts given by the city lib arranged
for his lieiiuilt, the markets established
as esta'disho 1 for his picillt. Then
h,o-ilil bo such a reciprocal go id will
between the producers of thi wealth
of the community, mid those, ulio-e
chief busiin-ss I' should he to enable
tnul wealth to be exchanged for the
best ad vantage of those who have
brought it into being.
Forty-six uieti sat down to the table
and listened with appreciation to what
was said. Arrangements weto made
for another assembly of the kind, next
The Chief hopes that gieat good
will remit from this gathering of tint
thoughtful mcu of the city to talk
its civlu duties and welfare, and we
should like to see u number of farmeis
from distant parts of the county as
Iia Sleoperof Omaha, ouoof the early
settlers of this county, visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Robertson the last
of the week,
, II. M. Dunick or Ashville, Ohio,
spent Friday here with his brother in
law, J. M. Steward. While here he
took In tlio Farmers' Institute and siys
it was the best he ever attended. He
left that evening for Colorado, to look
after his cuttle ranch and land in
terests. Mrs. Joo- Fogol wont to Doulder,
Colo., last week to visit her sisters,
Mebdames J. M, Bellars and Robinson,
who nro old settlors of Wobbler county
luuhday Joe Fogel received u card
from Mrs Fogci informing him that
Mrb. Robinson buffered a broken mm
in a runaway Monday.
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