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THE GLENVILLE MERCURY NORMAL SCHOOL

GLENVIlLE STATE

"NEWS OUT OF THE NORMAL"

Glenville, West Virginia, "Tuesday, N.ovember 4, 1930 1 Namberl

GOV. CONLEY TALKS HERE ON SUCCESS AND GOVERNMENT

.MORE HOME GAMES WANTEDIPIONEERS DEFEAT . c d~~~ ~:""~u.:'':.t"::ia:d, MOUNTAIN LIONS

B W. Craddock, local ll.ttorney, MAR. GJN talk~ to the students or G. N. s. on BY I-POINT Wednesday .at an 1mprompt;J,1 thuse

LIBRARY NEARLY( COMPLETJ; Books May Not Be Mo ... ed Befora

Secoad Semester The new Robert F. Kidd Lihbat they wiU be installed and reedy for use befo.k the beginning of the,

HOUR WILL BE 10 P. M.

Esecati ... e Saya Ditfereace of Birth aa.d Cute Do Not Determiae

Leader

Ea.eh game .these ,boys win brings a Normal Sco1'es 13 Firt Dowa .. to 7, thrill to every fol"Dl!eT graduat e .and But Loses About 200 Yards student. I think that the ~hing that we need most is more home gt!lmes and ndt games away, or -on .neutral territory, ev-en if the '!'eceip.ts would be, ......

oa Peaaltie

A1tter a partly fum:bled 'pass from center, PbrrteTfi-eld kicked a ~ne-point

secon-d sem-ester.

School Is Dimi .. ed Tod&y

Hvate1' Wlr.itia1, Chaii'IDAII. Local Piorteer Orcllut1'&

WiU Play

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In c'Onn'eotion with the meetiDI' of Cov. W. G. Conley st~p~ in Glenville -oil Wednesday to aQdress about ftve hundred students of Gl-en-ville Sthte Na

'"'Glenville," be said., "is a wonder- Country Todily by frequen't penalt"ies, .the Norml\1 Clarksburg Hospital Reports the 'l'eceivirrg line. ful inoltitution. It hoe been built up alone being set b80k by the officials Her Face Severely Cut The exact hours of !the receptloa

~- d f lhra t.nd til more than two !tundred yo,rds, and and Bruiaed J "W'it.hcnat woc,

1 0 ra !1 un James Anu,coot&m, nlaitive of India, t p n~ ex--Jied from the con- are not y-et kn.owa, fot'f it Ul to foaow: JWCently good reads. It bu . 1. 1 th b 1 wo 10 ...,."

' . . th,. Wit1 de IVer a eeture m e sc oo test . Se.verla.J times Glenvil:le was M" wl W-est ut d a program that the ---- -10'1"1 epportun1t1ea to - dito . m Dee 6 The subjeet of his . . , . . tss 1 m.a wu c an . . . from the rural districts. :v. n~s .not ~ kuown, but it is wttn easy sconng dtstanCi! onl~ ~ bruised severely a.bo.ut die'" fa.ee ea~ly mg; bu~ it lS her automobile ~ ...

~:>cb:;.~~- WM Virginia pba? ollit. '" I~ r ~ IDIIIOti,o throll&'h the l!ne. ,..., .. ian~ .Lew. - ~ ~-- oto - '"""--."" , . the- problems fae1t1g lS na ve . . el d M . ,.,...,., ... ~

II'UIIIIiiaoltY. bo.t 1m"" tbe dlll- oda Enghah: n the ba.;Im d, an Doctoni ,n a Clarksbutal. chairman f the .~.,~'""'n baVtJ and how re- eou ... ~ t y. . E Lee and Prim, in the line tamed in t o which Miss West.. was taken by a of the reception, the

much t he ume towa!'d tbe hahatGlenVJlle~tat~Nf M-r Anu~ neers. . dent, reported to oftieials of , the wiU pby . tbey feel to

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'The glenville fM ercury Tuesday, November 4; 1930

PaWiolaed ETer7 TaeeclaiJ' b7 d>e Cl- in Jouraal-ol Gletlville ISt&fe Normal Sd>oot

l!:McTed at

It is evident that many of the ot..udento of G)enville ranked u c)lildft'll. elder brother is &ing to ocallle ,.,8 might o~arpeno the teeth oof .......

'11bey take ,a ~ertoin delir:ht in defaeinr: cl!a.saroom fur . ~rough au.tum"' csmpu~ l~ves, !fOI tieism. For the hi$ry of lunan niture. inr: both IIWIIy and fooli3h m a f~ JmowJedge ;., fUllded Upon die eour-

'11bere ;. one d&SSl'Oom in the building whieh bouts ,..n cap, The a.ttention of the teach- ,.P f ,tl;oee who, ~ -.ed new chairs with smooth, umnark...t surlaees. It is the en, train...t by years of Utfw op- with common b.W.fo, ref-"~! to be-eiJ room iD whlch Mr. Wooftet; and Mrs.. ArbU.ekle meet poiJi.tion, is quiekly singling out the Ueve ~me 'Of tJwem. ~Such a tramiDC their classes. sPit bell throw...,. and turtive &in:lera in talcing JIIOthing for lftllted w6ald

Perhaps, if ,the stadn why no Place class is more profitable, ~Y may yet be peroaaded to vid' ttoo." teac.be "noto tb "Will wil be take pride in tl\eir euhoundincs, and to restrain their mg r- "' 1 ose 0 1 fOll'lld for it ;... edaeatiOIIal marking impul..,.. . an be 'bluft'ed all'd those In whose )J'I"&Otiee before A. D. ~000.

cla.ssr-ooms a oertain amount of work CIORiy l"e''ated tor neb a eoawe __ _:===::;::==========-----, will be ~ry for anyone .,..bo and ""'""' mo"" likely to be ~ !

wan~ to k':"'' out o~ t;rouble. All'd SQ em; is t&.., neceosity of teochilll!" tAe . WHAT OTHERS SAY ~ nnmedilote _ambm?n of ~h younr: idea not to respect authority.

teaer bbatt the past. But I cannot f.orget eC!ueaticm. Mught eing with early ~

But young Mr. Ohurcbilt tallcs like an aneient diplo- While most of my own :ba.o faded lliatory. For so l""ftt io the "-lf mat of the old l!Chool, broloen n the wheel of intrigue. :from my oo-.;n-eells, I .,..,not get the of tbe teaching profeasion far ev He speaks as oae who lived in the pre"War era. '!'he maeMne out oof -mill'd. Just uooand tbe otlmlc tiat exHota tilM tbey ...., -world war, with its dreedfu~ I oM llond oald fogies p!:IJering at pounded" into the :roung mental The teaching profession may insiat Geneva and. declarinc war iUep.l." He asso.re.s us that chinb unoecupied by a:ol'Oritift or that i!fl would be only t1oo ft8J' to iD-1laval .disannament is a great joke, because "disanna- football, ~ proeeas whileh will, at tbe duce their charges to rebel, am.d go ment succeeds only in making one country suspicious -end of two or three years, leave its 'fishing, &ftd' st.eraJ t~ ~ttvml - oC.-that the other will 'steal a ma~h' on it." J\gi.ta.tion in victims as -unable to

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..__..,.I T...,, ~ ,4, 1830 400 NEW BOOKS . ta~on ......w-we...;.., tt 11u ..... ,~_... .... ~- ADDED TO LIBRARY ::::! :.-::. = :.;:- ot e!:,. = ~~~~

-----..:.-- --"""' t. ...... 1111 .-19 Modera Novels To be Uaod POST TO CIVE LECTURE 10011 PIIAir too .... ~ iiiiDIJr; .... for "~~ 45" Refer- :fCJI'8: a.ohoed, tW ._. _....

eaee.l Ordencl Tolb WIU Be UJ .. tnt ... 1oF VI- be _ ..... llr .. ....._.. 'f' .._

CLASS HELPS TEST. SPENCER SCHOOLS

of Gna C:..yoa _. P.... CJab, a- be- too the._,. have been ID&II'J' V'alusble ....S J&te boob added to 6e reference iUt in tbe Jjst few montho.

C. W. Poot, itJstruetor in --n.phy, baa .-.1 that in the ,..l

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250 ATI'END PARR CELEBRA11NG ALL HALLOW'S EVENING

Thursday Is Twelfth Anniversary of End of War Affecting About 200 Alutpni

School News I

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Sports Events --,;--.~-~

Feature Articles ,

All May Be Found in

THE MERCURY I

II you are an enrolled studen~, you should read it.

II you are a you will out it.

former s'tudent, m1ss much with-

II you are a friend of the Nor-mal, you will find it inter-esting and informative.

Subscription for 1930-31 75 Cents

can imagine. In t his batrtle of naticns, over .two

b undl'ed GlenvitJc State Normal School students, fig.ht ing in all branches of service, took !n active 'J"&rt. In the aviation, we find two student! w.ho ~e officers. T.hey were Wilbur Beall and P aul Bennett. John P. Elliot and J ame! M. Bram-lett were .officers in the 11av y. I n the anny were MaTion ,F. Hersml:in, in-

ENROLLMENT 362 FOR FALl TERM

Gilmer Countv Leada With 95 Studento. Lewia 44, and

Braxton 36

The total enr611ment in Gler~ville Normal School this year is 362, a fl'ain of 66 over laSt year and the largeg:t f all t erm. enrollment the sc~ool ha.s ever Jud, All the clormi-'""""i""' are filled and m any st udiemts are forced to rocm1 ou t in to.wn. Fhest.on e Lodge widl soon be .comple-ted, and sevent een boys will room

I tb--~. -Twenty..siX West Virginia. counties

and five other stat es a re re1>re~T\ted this year in the Nonnal. Gilmer County takes the lead with 95 stu-clf>tllt.ct. Lewis ig n e:x-.t wit h 44, Br,axton 36, Nicholas 24, R oane-'20, Harrison 19, R itchie 15, Calhoun 13, Kanawha 11. P'"ld Webl'ter 10. Randolph. Clay, and UpShur have eae:h 7. Wirt and Minl!'o mch 5, Wetzel, M&rion. an-:J Pocahontas each 4, Doddridge, W ood, I Barbour, and Raleigh eaeh 3, and Summers. Preston, P leasant, tan d Ohio each 1.

Tthere are si:rleen students from I otheT states: One! from L ouisiana, four from P ennsylv-ania, one f r om Vifginia. two from Florida, and eigh.t f rom Ohio.

Send subscriptions to The Mer- Cbemi try Depa rtmen t W ell S u pplied cury, Glenville, West Virginia, J ohn R. Wagn'er, instruo~r in

I h h i chemistry, states that the chemistry or eave your money Wlt t e I deoartment is bEtter prepared to tak'e

I Ll-bran"an. Jl care of its classes tllan it has been in

II rrPvioug vears. The laboratory is wen supplied with cbemica!-ol and ap-

_~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~JI uaratus. TbC'!'P is an enrollment of thirty-n ine in "Chemistry 1" as com-;. pared to fifty-four last year.

BElTER CLEANING I

We have10ven improved our high quality work by installing the beat and la-test dry deaning equip-meDL

SUITS And OVERCOATS. CLEANED $1.

MOST DRESSES CLEANED $1.

SUITS PRESSE D SO Centa

RAY THOMPSON

The f ollowing were at their over the week-end : Albert street, Bergitt Allman, Rob Martin Gillespje, Roma T . Wet zel Brannon, Homer Ri1;teJtho'11~ Harry Wiant, Lenard Hammer, Woalter CalVert, Ayers, and James McCray.