Editor. « « • « . Lester Shank Associate Editor. .Cora Miller Artists « . . « . Bather Brunk Vivian Burkholder Typist. .... .Florence Luts Advisors. . . .M. T. Brackbill
We find in life those things for -which we search. Do we search for the pure, the noble, the worthwhile, the beautiful? If so, life haa rioh rewards.
"While •’ earth remaineth, ... cold and heat, and summer, and 'Winter shall not cease.” on.; t2Z E.M.S. students are thvnkful for the fulfillment of this promise, and are making good use of the opportunities for skating. After an hour or t*ro on the ioe, the etrain of s&u&ies is eased, and one has renewed snerg/ to again take up his tseka.
Let us take advantage of God’s great out-of- doors when we have the opportunity.
Pennsylvania German Sooiety (cont. from last weak)
The sooiety vd.ll give a program, in German, at 7 i40, P.M., on the third Wednesday of each month in room A.
If you feel dull and tired of studying and desire something to pop you up, visit the Gorman Sooiety at the first opportune time.
—•Simeon W. Hurst HONORABLE MENTION
Core Miller carried off first prJ.s® of £5.00 in the Essay Contest, on Friday eve, Jan. 5.
Edna Wenger received second prize of #3.50.
In the Oratorical Contest on Friday evening, Jan. IE, Kahlon Hera took the first prise of f45 .00, and Stanley Shsnk oeoond prise of §'2.50.
John Martin is confined to Room 23, cn Third Floor, because of the mumps.
John Paul Heattrole is at the prsssnt confined to his home, duo to a broken lag.
A quiok recovery to both boys is our wiahi WEATHER REPORT
On Saturday evening, January 6, Brc. Memo Brunk got to the depths of things in his enlightened lecture on "Archaeology” ?, Archae- dogmata have succeeded in finding many illuminating remnants. One of these is the
Rosetta stcraQg which served as a clue toward deciphering the Egyptian hieroglyphicss
<—iama Sander Our class had just began studying about Jose' 2o.ga.ni, one of the beat colporteurs in South America, when Harvey Spangler* one of the colporteurs of Ilorth America, arrived just outside of our windcs?, with Oliver Shook, a fomer students and amor of a light truck, with suitable Scriptures printed upon it.
These young man -57®re cm their way to Florida,
?—David Troyer Friday night after Public Literary there was much exoitesaont on the third floor among the High School Junior sad Senior boys* Within a half hour throe car loads of happy boys and waa& blankets , accompanied by 3ro* Hilton Brackbill left the school for a cabin near Bridgewater in ?srhieh they planned to spend the night* When they arrive^ about 10*50,. a fire me kindled in the cabin’s fireplace* After devotion everyone retired ca matresses relied up In t&aslgetg a- rounta the cheerful fire« 1%en the group decided it TOG tine for breakfast it was discovered that the lard in which the buckwheat cakes were to be fried had been overlooked, so several boys were sent after semeo Upon their return buck** wheat eakes and syrup was served for breakfast. Bro* Braokbill1 s cheerful presence ms much an*» juyed by everyone •
—Hilton Landis PRECIPITATION A valuable book for faculty and college student in particular ia Sferion E* Copy’s "The Education that Educates*. It is ar. 'Valuation of Hsbr®TT education as ocapared with ancient and modern systems and e-n application of its principles and methods to present day educational problems*® Last month, Bro» Orri© 1?* Yoder, a graduate of E.M.S., donated :?or Messiah’s Crom" by
George T. B« Davis,
A little message to all those i~ho might think the laundry girlp dcn9t have muoh to do. Inventory bag been taken this ws>ek of the clothing washed* 244 shirts, 107 .-Iresses, 8Q tea tore la ezid table cloths, 139 pillow cases, £32 socks,,
• ft:* t_*rolr a’ d>:ercLiefo*
72: other artioioe« Totals 3031
~«-'A5*Siaiata Lehman Yseterday morning our waitress* Edna Weaker, out over 1000 siloes of bread—the dajfts supply.
OBSERVATIOH I? st ITeanesday morning in Ciapel many were Tendering what sort of *anni orsary cake" was being unveiled when Bro. Brackbill carcfully o- period a circular paokago of ^something* wrapped in cotton and tissue paper* wiiatover it was,
A live rabbit wao foung in Socaa B, Hon day mornin whon the Introduction to Llueic Class not* lion it had come to bo there nc one knows*
—Oswin F. Detwiler
"Every futile step I have made or we have made as a family group came because •'/re did not spread the matter before God„ ... God can work out broken vows, mistakes* etc., to His praise, but
it appeared to be very precious and quite heavy* it is too bad if He hae only such to work on.n To .vur surprise it was a mirror valued at nearly 0200, imagine it, a $203 mirror I Yes* but wait a minute* It's not the kind we look into to see ourselves, but a type of magnifying* reflecting
versions were brought to light.
On Saturday evening, January IS, the Hen’s and Ladies’ Choruses gave a splendid program which was appreciated by a large audience.
Sim CRYSTALS The Agriculture Laboratory has been a scene of great activity for tho past week. Here, during the afternoons, members of the Psychology class
have been coming in, two by two, to place marbles CYCLOIoE
in boxes and draw stare, count numbers, draw fig™ On Saturday morning students heard a strange noise arcs* and whatnot* YJh&t* s it all about, do you “Baas"
*1!That's that I”
"Oh, look?- It’s a calf down on the front campus* It must have run away from someone^
Sure enough, a brown calf was standing on the front campus, bawling triumphantly* Soon we saw
is iiually found that the time nooessary for the the apparent cnmer coming closer to it —closer.
Again, the calf was off—across the "hayfiold" to a neighboring front yard. By this time several boys joined in the chase. The calf seemed to be cornered but he again broke away.across the campus again. As his pursuers drew closer ho friskod a- way —down the end of the campus, across the road, across the fence, and into a field, his ownor still pursuing him*
Tho boll for Stucfy Period rang. The calf was
a- cj \ ?—— —
weather that usually accompanies them, thero willj forgottena Yos, I suppose the calf was finally be no issue of the Vfoathor Vane next week* caught for I haven’t soon him since*
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