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sleep many hours! daring very cold and weather, because he sleeps on hie food supply. but days when wakes up, is bslad to get out into the sunshine i for a short time, so that true say squirrel winter long or hibernates. this habit of storing up nuts makes it still vp valuable other ■wnals can eat these as well itself are glad jp ■ get, run upon such sup- among animals mtte raccoons, foxes, wood-peckers, weasels, owls, hawks, crows! rs ' find most dangerous man with his great which throw down where made thought was bis peculiar power— incomprehensible 'by dan- from distance only specially deform throwing stones. things tend make shy fearful un th has been watchful quick in its power passed generation until we disposition mistrust everybody, move quickly be must mistrust, squirrels chango. changing world change just now have learned powers us things. need afraid conditions our suras had to. changes come squirrel's life by former man. smaller enemies own destruction for-80 home en- himself food. no feeding little bodies animal. interested pretty form ways, decides pet squirrel. few boys who fail pleasure them, will shoot if opportunity. child, jump your shoulder nut you placed there, unable underhe quickjy slides off. claws were rough bark trees grip clothing. characteristic they like people. : ><a more than lay aside their inherited readily. some readily others adjust them- new relation enjoy children trolley cars two problems not yet solved -it onfldence ability can't realize ertaken. . causes downfall at dogs cats. about time mate population d mother litters three six born around warm june her young, woodipeckhole then she would one • n - and wording her young by tf>e neck, with the tail around to another tree. ' > xew's xf/tes gathered ftu.v* i '' at normal school 1 edith cumberland, physical director in one of high schools new york city, spent a few days friends. miss cumberland was formerly : , formal. j iksa adela jfcqulston recently wilmington, delaware, visiting sister. | y.w. y. m. c. a. dele- sates have returned from con- vention princeton, n. j. girls domestic science department served delightful junch ijln their class room between 11:45 :and l o'clock, yesterday. twenty-j cents charged for dinner. large number students are attending teacher's institute course. they likewise take advantage privilege lectures during day, what- ! ever vacant period might have, dr. waller announced yesterday' morning that christmas vacation' would start thursday, dec. 21, be resumed on first wednesday year. fall tearm ends this saturday, 9, without any interruption winter term starts tuesday, december 12. how would you like to satisfy hunger of 400? dec 9, 1916 that's one incident of daily educational life at big school 011 the hill they talk in tons and even so, are kept busy on job days high cost gobble turkey was missing last week normal for irst thanksgiving so many years that memory man runneth not to contrary. reason, briefly stated, was: turkeys. up this aerial flight food prices is nothing: o be laughed at, there over 400 mouths feed—that repi 'esenttaig number boarding j students. unfortunately price board governed by food, consequence s, these inecessity economy s come into business office enough bring grey hairs; those who have pay them. (possibly you haven't stopped think just what a it feed such multitude three good square meals day, with no end ravenous appetites figure proposition. meal's requirements. dinner th« toothsome chicken as first class substitute fastidious turkey, gives m idea worth following. place. required 600 pound* chickens, live weight. sixty loaves bread were used meal •nty pounds butter. barrel f sweet potatoes same white required. asparae-us served, twelve gal* ns needed, while bushel cranberries went sauce. celery 125 stalks required, incidentals gallons olives five pickles need hardly mentioned. ten butter thins saltinea likewise passed into histoid oj6 oyst«rs-w«ed for that one meal there were six gallons. in the way of fruit 225 oranges, two bunches bananas and a quantity white grapes apples which no exact count was kept. then those <oo mortals, by this time pretty well misfled, topped it off with sevemtyflve mince pies, forty cakes •en gallons ice cream. even casual reading above gi\*es 1 impression "some" dinner. something proposition. 'bloomsburgers have habit taking school as matter course, without stopping to realize what an important factor is tha business life town—forgetting its educational side moment. ! everything can be bought town here, conservaj tlve estimate amount spent students $75,000 yearly. buys potatoes 2,» i 000 bushel lots, uses on aver- age seven bushels daily. when j comes meats, item alone would prove big figure any butcher's sale. each week beeves, weighing from 1,30 ft 1,500 pounds, addition 700 pounds pork four carcases veal mutton. hundred fish are required weekly, although never served meat being also served. vegetables, such tomatoes, peas, beans or corn, ste'ward freas always figures 12 meal, while same cannod required. has own | bakery day 175 loaves bread required, say nothing pastries rolls made wholesale. they scarcely speak butter he pound—they use only about three| quarters ton month. flgj ures .fifty day, last price paid, though buy 'ii wholesale quantities, cent mark. all toutter used millville creamery centre county creamety, milk supply—between 200 300 quarts daily—is furnished thomas gray lee townsend, both near light street. so many mouths feed systematically haindled order reigns where chaos, system, prevail. use newspapers in their studies sa> -^ g :tnev play prominent part with normal students in study of geography "when you and i went to school twenty-five years ago the chicago market newspapers magazines didn't play any part in study of geography, did it? not very much as memory serves. then we studied our maps, if couldn't bound lowa properly fell down on locating states along mississippi, report cards -were apt ; show red figures. 'and that was neither comforting student nor parent—to say nothing instructor. distinctive linos. but they study' geography from an altogether different point view at bloomsburg state normal school, prof. c. h. albert remarked yesterday, while importance all prominent physical is ignored, yet it industrial commercial phases are thought be most importance.
|Title||Scrapbook Page 0285|
WITH SQUIRRELS, AS WITH PEOPLE, AFFECTION TELLS
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SATISFY HUNGER OF 400 ?
USE NEWSPAPERS IN THEIR STUDIES
|Description||Page from scrapbooks, consisting primarily of local newspaper articles, compiled by library staff at the Bloomsburg State Normal School|