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Normal Eyte - Saturday, November 15, 1902 (Volume 13, Number 11)

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Every society member, who can possibly find time; should write for the coming oratorical contest 161 Editorial /ni/1902/00000165.jpg
There is a time for everything, and just now seems to be the time for candidates for positions on the Normal Eyte staff 161 Editorial /ni/1902/00000165.jpg
Notes by the way 162 Letter /ni/1902/00000166.jpg
Last week a parody appeared in this paper and since then we have received eleven copies of various expressions of the soul in poetry 162 Editorial /ni/1902/00000166.jpg
About the student 163 Column /ni/1902/00000167.jpg
Society oratorical contest; three men's societies contest for points--Orio five points--Aristos four points--Philos one point--an interesting program 164 News /ni/1902/00000168.jpg
The Christian's son 165 News /ni/1902/00000169.jpg
Training 166 Column /ni/1902/00000170.jpg
Athletic department 168 News /ni/1902/00000172.jpg
Banda Rossa concert 169 News /ni/1902/00000173.jpg
Society 170 Column /ni/1902/00000174.jpg
Maud Hursey 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Lillian Rickert 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Carl J. Shaffer 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Jesse Harris 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Stella Clinite 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
The Hinton school 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Mary Alexander 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
The first assistant at Rockford, Iowa 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Mrs. Alice Mallory 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Emma Schoelerman 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Ed P. Dickey 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Beth Achenbach 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Erwin Schenk 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Nellie Rownd 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Josie Vincent 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
The 7th grade of the Algona schools 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
After several years of successful primary work in Estherville 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Harriet C. Bock 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
The schools of Angus, Iowa, are progressing finely 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Frances (Wilcox) Hoyt 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Alice Armstrong 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
The teacher of history and botany 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Grace McNeil 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
J. R. Byers 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
The schools at Rockwell City 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Alma Giddings 171 News /ni/1902/00000175.jpg
Eagle Grove 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
The Rockwell City teachers 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
The Minden schools 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
A marriage of interest 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
Bert Kroesen 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
Ethel Wray 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
Jessie Noble 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
George Wallace 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
Major and Mrs. Olmsted 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
Excellent reports of the work 172 News /ni/1902/00000176.jpg
Ella Turner 173 News /ni/1902/00000177.jpg
Strange, isn't it, that some of our first team football men are frightened 173 News /ni/1902/00000177.jpg
The following orations 173 News /ni/1902/00000177.jpg


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