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Necessary for Warmth Making Pictures in the Desert Pure, rich, red blood is a necessity in The Geraldine Farrar Company of the production of animal heat. It keeps Goldwyn players in California, is on a our bodies warm.
picture-making expedition in the desert Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood near Oxnard and Hueneme. A vanguard good in qualtity and good in quantity, of fifteen heavily laden motor trucks with giving strength and warmth to the whole three special cars were attached to the system.
regular train. The caravan will unfold
its tents and make camp, where much Teachers — Get U. S. Govern- action in the story will take place. ment Jobs
In the equipage are a complete lighting
plant and lamps, tents, feed and housing All teachers, both men and women, for the animals, which include half a should try the Government examinations dozen camels, thirty-three horses and a to be held throughout the entire country number of donkeys. Nearly a hundred on Jan. 7. Reconstruction work necessi- people will accompany Miss Farrar. tates thousands of appointments. The There are thirty-two British cavalrymen positions pay from $1100 to $1500; have and as many shieks, besides a large number short hours, annual vacations and are of miscellaneous extras. Charles Stallpermanent. Thousands needed on 1920
ings, assistant to Mr. Barker, Camera
man Percy Hilburn and two second Those interested should write immediately to Franklin Institute, Dept. N222, to the costumes and military points, and
cameramen, Colonel McGee, who sees Rochester, N. Y., for large descriptive Syd De Conde, who has a prominent book, showing the positions open and part in the story, will accompany the star. giving many sample examination ques
This is one of the largest aggregations tions, which will be sent free of charge.
that ever fared forth from the big Goldwyn
Studios. Some very difficult scenes are BUUR EYES NEED MORE OF LOVING CARE to be made out in this “Sahara desert." than your Teeth, and with as much regularity. Don't let your Eyes grow dull and lusterless, keep them lubricated. Since the Moving Pictures came, it has become a custom among the better class of men and women to go home after the show and right away Murine their Eyes. "How We Secured Our Library”. Two drops to rest, refresh and cleanse. Those wearing glasses – or who use their eyes constantly -- will find great relief in Murine applications.
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For Pupils Backward in Reading
Action, Imitation and Fun Series
WE HAVE FOUND
(From Three Little Kittens, Vol. V of Action Imitation and Fun Series)
Stories that are dear
Action, Imitation and Fun Series of Primers and First Readers By MARA L. PRATT CHADWICK
This series consists of one phonic reader, which is a basic text, and ten supplementary readers, based on stories dear to childish hearts. These supplementary readers are carefully graded and form an ideal series through which to develop both sight reading and sound interpretation. Each book is complete in itself and independent of the others. Each may be used with any system of teaching reading. The illustrations, in adition to being pleasing to children, are of such nature as to inspire creative imagination. BASIC PRIMER
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Knights and Ladies (curiously) How strange! Their please him. He and Mother, too, want to worship God fairy gifts are not a bit like ours. What can they mean? just as their hearts tell them to, not as the King says.
First Boy I think my boat means that we are to sail far, far away from England.
(Puritans all nod their heads gravely.) Second (nodding) Our parents do talk together of going
First Girl I've chosen my cake, and it holds a little away. Third They talk, too, with the captains of boats from
spinning-wheel. (She sits doun and spins in pantomime.)
Second I have a cap and kerchief. “ (She fuls them on.) Holland.
Third See this pretty cradle. (Ske rocks cradle in Fourth Perhaps we shall soon all leave for Holland.
pantomime.) Knights and Ladies (in amaze) Holland! That queer
Fourth I've a dear little flower, pink like dawn and little country of dykes? And storks? And windmills?
white like snow. (She puts it on.) And wooden shoes?
Fifth I have a torch. (She lifts it high.) First Lady Oh, I wouldn't like wooden shoes at all!
All What can they mean? First Knight Why would anyone want to leave England
First Puritan Girl We do not know. But Mother says for Holland?
our future holds things new and strange. First Puritan Boy I can't explain exactly. It's hard
Second But we are not afraid we trust in God! for little boys and girls to understand. But Father says things are not right in England. The Church doesn't (To slow music, all form for march or pageant: Knights
The 101 Best Songs
Music Teaching Easier
and Ladies, with King and Queen, form
Bobwhite Clocks first group; the Puritans fcim second, copying well-known picture of Puritans An Indiana clockmaker who owned So now, when the little bird pops out going to Church. At close of march, a German cuckoo clock out of which a of his tiny door, he whistles clearly, Knights and Ladies form pretty Court little bird popped on the tick of every "Bob White! Bob White!" Perhaps Scene in background about the throne; hour to sing his cuckoo song, decided the Indiana jeweller will build up a Puritans group themselves in front as he would rather listen to a more business, changing German cuckoos follows: Girl u ith spinning-wheel in familiar and more American bird call. into little American bobwhites. middle; Girl uith cap and kerchief at one side; Girl with cradle at the other; Girl looking down at mayflower a little in front; Girl holding torch high, beside her. Boys, one in front, two on each side, in attitudes of defence. All sing softly, if desired, last stanza of “The
They are literally the “101 Best Songs" that it is possible to Evening Prayer." See music on page choose for school purposes. Each has
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of experienced teachers to whom we have appealed for advice Note A little play on the Pilgrims in
and assistance. Holland will be given in the February issue; and one
the Pilgrims in America in March.
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That is what makes the “101 Best Songs" so And yet so near to me,
popular-so fitting for every purpose in school How can so small a child as I
music. There are songs of the hearthside, of Give grateful thanks to Thee?
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ditties, simple songs for the youngsters, and a So many blessings cluster here,
Other Famous few of the easy-keyed opera selections that To name them one by one Would be impossible for me
Cable Books create a love of worth-while music. All in easy My thanks would ne'er be done.
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(For Primary Grades) So, Father, while my heart is full
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Chicago, III. Where did you come from, little brook,
O sparkling silver band
But some escaped His hand!
Where did you come from, little bird,
Bright, gleaming oriole?
And filled with song your soul!
Where did you come from, little flower
Forget-me-not so blue?
$100 to $150 a Month Al teachers should try the Jan. 7 U.S. Government examinations. 1920 Census requires thousands clerks. Thousands of permanent, life positions are to be filled at from $1100 to $1800; have short hours and annual vacations, with full pay. Those interested should write immediately to Franklin Institute, Dept. N221, Rochester, N. Y., for schedule showing all examination dates and places and large descriptive book showing the positions open and giving many sample examination questions, which will be sent free of charge.
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