education should fit us into life, will-ing
workers in its sometimes hard
processes, patient in our search for
its truths, avoiding vanity and the
other hypocricies which, if they
fasten themselves upon us, leave
us hardly worth burying. Down...
January 1, 1890, Rebecca Eyre was sustained as pres-ident, with Lydia McKnight as first and Mary E. Light-ner as second counselors, and Mary Carter, secretary, with Ida Hamblin as assistant secretary. While these sisters were on the board, the...
Student officers . . . Raymond Kimtmll, Pres-ident;
Nana Kenney, Vice-President; Flor-ence
Prince, Secretary; and Homer Steph-enson,
Commissioner of Publications . . .
elected by student...