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Thus are the lessons of life learned, and the foolishness of strife and hatred among brothers is made evident and real to tone experiencing such days as composed the pages of Josephus Hopwod's' life during these three years. Dedicated To Teaching The child is father of the man and it follows as the night the day.During this time many temptations lay around his pathway; curses could be heard on the hps of comrades, chicken stealing be- came a great sport, card-playing a common practice and drink- ing the road to oblivion. that manhood found the same purity of mind, cleanliness of speech, undauntednss of pur- pose, and love of service as boy- hood.A great occasion for them in their simple life was when men from nearby towns came out to their hospitable home and stay- ed days at the time and hunted. and he, boy-like, long- ed for the day when he would be "big enough' 'to hunt.Early Home Training Their early home life was a happy one and just before mov- ing into a new house, their mother became a Christian.Joe Lexington, then on through was among the spectators.This Frankford and then came^o the act was symbolic of the death, great Ohio River.f oeginning ^as been the wonder of travel- geline." to a small co Uege in East Tennessee is a stor- brimming advantage or mis provision on ^ several performances of the .„„ t_ i-jfis thp nnf-t Ppfrarr-h ..^ -\ . Aub- m the Upper h-ast lennessee ^^^3] within the bounds of the rey Mc Kiney. came to school here via ^''^^" world." This exhibition in both ■m(^^.-.^\.,,.^**. Th exhibition opens with Stahl panoramic view of Venice in semester examinations.Comden, South Carolina; Bos- ton University, and the Uni- ©uth colonists in Massachusetts, versity of Texas. schedule The Stampede pub- and two children recently mov- 1500 as imagined from the air Mary's experiences, which w.-ith their stone fences, are lishcs the class list for the con- ed on the campus. Stahl by a Renaissance artist, with the would grace the pages of any considered to resemble Scottish venience of students.
Upon release Joe emerged the strong, ener- getic, robust Joe of former days, but a slender, starving, emaciat- ed form of 114 pounds, with a deeper glow in the eyes, and a firmer conviction in the mind, and a wider knowledge in the tieart.So the local school ^ campus 24 January, according to French-settled land, known or- had no part in testing students announcement mad© recently by iginally as Acadia. The formal inauguration of the Settled by English Puritans High School in Massachusetts President is tentatively set for from Massachusetts, these hardy Miss Purdy went to Sommer- 16 February, with a possibility pioneers braved privation and ville, a suburb of Boston, and of change in date to the 17th. Wed„ January 25 '''^^, ^'i^^^^^^' parents in the homeland. When a breeze strikes it every T7/B STAMPEDE Published By The Students of Milligan College STAMPEDE STAFF Editor . Joaquin Segarra Proof Readers - Gwendolyn Morelock.hardship not unlike the Pl'm- there continued her studies. SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONS South Carolina for one year of End of First Semester " school. Irene Parker FWHCHf ft JO promote school spirit, good sportsmanship, and fair-play, with emphasis on Christian Education The ideal of education is the formation of moral character and the culture of the heart.Labor makes for Josephus, And the next day out strength and in the days that in the fields, working close to folltfwed.this sturdy family and God in his simplest and most in- their brave mother became tricate handiwork, he promised strong, in body and in spirit, himself and his Lord that he Through this micration of his would become a Christian, faniilj', from Kentucky to the Never for an instant did the awareness of this promise leave him though many years elapsed before he fulfilled this promise to his own satisfaction.