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The first business was the reception in to the association of the graduating class of this and last year, bringing the number of alumnae up to over fifteen hundred, there having been nearly three hundred graduates in the last two years.
 
The first business was the reception in to the association of the graduating class of this and last year, bringing the number of alumnae up to over fifteen hundred, there having been nearly three hundred graduates in the last two years.
Among interesting reports made to the meeting were those of the Cunningham Memorial Scholarship Fund, which money is being loaned to girls to secure their education at the Normal, until the Fund can be completed and the scholarship be a free gift from the alumnae in memory of Dr. John A. Cunningham, former president.  Another was the report of the Nornmal League Fund.  On these loans one hundred girls have been able to work their way to their profession and are now teaching.  The alumnae are trying very earnestly to complete the Cunningham Scholarship and steps were taken to this end.  In six towns there are active chapters of the alumnae.  Four of these are keeping a girl at the school; Lynchburg chapter pays the expenses of two.  It is a splendid indication of the loyalty and love, the earnestness and zeal, [sentence at top of 2nd column cut off] bent upon the State to provide for its teachers--to provide it at a place and under conditions which will be available to those who can and will return to the State the benefits thus derived; therefore, be it
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Among interesting reports made to the meeting were those of the Cunningham Memorial Scholarship Fund, which money is being loaned to girls to secure their education at the Normal, until the Fund can be completed and the scholarship be a free gift from the alumnae in memory of Dr. John A. Cunningham, former president.  Another was the report of the Normal League Fund.  On these loans one hundred girls have been able to work their way to their profession and are now teaching.  The alumnae are trying very earnestly to complete the Cunningham Scholarship and steps were taken to this end.  In six towns there are active chapters of the alumnae.  Four of these are keeping a girl at the school; Lynchburg chapter pays the expenses of two.  It is a splendid indication of the loyalty and love, the earnestness and zeal,  
  
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bent upon the State to provide for its teachers--to provide it at a place and under conditions which will be available to those who can and will return to the State the benefits thus derived; therefore, be it
 
"Resolved, That we, the members of Alumnae Association of the State Normal School for Women, at Farmville, an association whose fundamental principle is the educational uplift of our Commonwealth--the betterment of the education of the masses--do hereby declare that it is incumbent upon the State to furnish her schools with teachers having both academic and professional training.
 
"Resolved, That we, the members of Alumnae Association of the State Normal School for Women, at Farmville, an association whose fundamental principle is the educational uplift of our Commonwealth--the betterment of the education of the masses--do hereby declare that it is incumbent upon the State to furnish her schools with teachers having both academic and professional training.
 
2. That this training is more likely to be received at an institution whose primal object is professional training rather than at any instituted dominated by traditional academic standards.
 
2. That this training is more likely to be received at an institution whose primal object is professional training rather than at any instituted dominated by traditional academic standards.
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e. The Farmville school, with its independent training school, can offer unusual facilities for practice teaching in high school subjects.
 
e. The Farmville school, with its independent training school, can offer unusual facilities for practice teaching in high school subjects.
 
f. The establishment of such a school at Farmville would not interfere with the present work of preparing teachers for the elementary schools.
 
f. The establishment of such a school at Farmville would not interfere with the present work of preparing teachers for the elementary schools.
g. That the State Normal School for Women, during its thirty years of experience in training teachers, has built up an equipment, a body of guiding principles and controlling [sic], and such an intimate knowledge of the needs of the schools in the State that we are convinced that the Farmville school is the logical place for the establishment of the State Normal College for Women.
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g. That the State Normal School for Women, during its thirty years of experience in training teachers, has built up an equipment, a body of guiding principles and controlling traditionals, and such an intimate knowledge of the needs of the schools in the State that we are convinced that the Farmville school is the logical place for the establishment of the State Normal College for Women.
 
(5) Further, that a copy of these resolution be sent to each member of the Association and that the secretary is instructed to send copies of these resolutions to each candidate for public office; to the members of the State board of education; to each member of the consolidated normal school board; to the boards of visitors, officers and faculties of each State educational institution, and to such State supported organizations as may take any part in the matter of public education.
 
(5) Further, that a copy of these resolution be sent to each member of the Association and that the secretary is instructed to send copies of these resolutions to each candidate for public office; to the members of the State board of education; to each member of the consolidated normal school board; to the boards of visitors, officers and faculties of each State educational institution, and to such State supported organizations as may take any part in the matter of public education.
 
(6) And further that each member of this Association, wherever located, make it a point to agitate this matter in each senatorial and legislative district in Virginia and endeavor to enlighten the votes on the great importance of this subject so that their candidates for members of the General Assembly may be fully acquainted with the great needs of improvement of the public schools, with a view that such candidates may be elected as will further this purpose.
 
(6) And further that each member of this Association, wherever located, make it a point to agitate this matter in each senatorial and legislative district in Virginia and endeavor to enlighten the votes on the great importance of this subject so that their candidates for members of the General Assembly may be fully acquainted with the great needs of improvement of the public schools, with a view that such candidates may be elected as will further this purpose.
 
Steps were taken by the younger alumnae to secure another scholarship in honor of Dr. Jarman, in appreciation of the splendid work he had done for the school.  They will work for this as the older alumnae work for the Cunningham memorial, in hope that both may soon be a reality.
 
Steps were taken by the younger alumnae to secure another scholarship in honor of Dr. Jarman, in appreciation of the splendid work he had done for the school.  They will work for this as the older alumnae work for the Cunningham memorial, in hope that both may soon be a reality.
At the next biennial meeting there is to be a founder's day with appropriate exercises.  At the suggestion of several, it was decided that the program committee should take steps to secure a school song, available for any classs at any time--a song for present students as well as alumnae.  It is hoped many songs will be submitted to Miss Jennie Tabb, Farmville, for this purpose.
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At the next biennial meeting there is to be a founder's day with appropriate exercises.  At the suggestion of several, it was decided that the program committee should take steps to secure a school song, available for any class at any time--a song for present students as well as alumnae.  It is hoped many songs will be submitted to Miss Jennie Tabb, Farmville, for this purpose.
 
The officers for the next two years are: President-Miss Otelia Harvie, Vice President-Mrs. A. P. Montague, Treasurer-Miss C. R. Taliaferro, Recording Secretary-Miss Hattie Robertson, Corresponding Secretary-Miss Nelly Preston, Organizer-Mrs. Jean Boatwright.
 
The officers for the next two years are: President-Miss Otelia Harvie, Vice President-Mrs. A. P. Montague, Treasurer-Miss C. R. Taliaferro, Recording Secretary-Miss Hattie Robertson, Corresponding Secretary-Miss Nelly Preston, Organizer-Mrs. Jean Boatwright.
 
The speaker of the evening was the Hon. Richard C. Stokes, of Covington, who delivered a most eloquent address on "The Great Need in Virginia's Educational System."  Mr. Stokes is a man of earnest enthusiasm, a forceful speaker and carried
 
The speaker of the evening was the Hon. Richard C. Stokes, of Covington, who delivered a most eloquent address on "The Great Need in Virginia's Educational System."  Mr. Stokes is a man of earnest enthusiasm, a forceful speaker and carried

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[copy of newspaper clipping] Cash reserve against liabilities after setting aside 40 per cent gold reserve against net amount of Federal reserve notes in circulation, 100.4 Clearing House Statement. New York. June 12. -- The statement of the actual condition of clearing house banks and trust companies for the week shows that they hold $195,156,500 reserve in excess of legal requirements, an increase of $8,887,250 over last week. The statement follows: Actual condition: Loans, etc., increased $15,830,000. Reserve in own vaults increased $8,254.000. Reserve in federal reserve bank increased $8,310,000. Reserve in other depositaries decreased $2,368,000. Net demand deposits increased $29,812,000. Net time deposits increased $4,229,000. Circulation decreased $15,000. Aggregate reserve $610,118,000. Excess reserve increased $8,887,250. Summary of State banks and trust companies in greater New York, not included in clearing house statement: Loans, etc. increased $1533,500. Specie decreased $93,200. Legal tenders increased $284,800. total deposits decreased $5,336,600. aBnks cash reserve in vault $11,536,900. Trust companies cash reserve in vault $47,514,600.

FARMVILLE ALUMNI MEET Interesting Session of Body Held at the Normal. Farmville, Va., June 12. -- (Special) Saturday was alumni day at the State Normal school for women at Farmville and was an occasion where the pleasure of renewed friendship and the reviewing of happy memories joined in with some good solid business. This association has come to be an important factor in the educational system of Virginia. Fifteen hundred women banded together for the betterment of the common schools and the educational uplift in the State is a power to be reckoned with and deserving of consideration.

The meeting opened Saturday morning with a kindly welcome to "The Old Girls" by Dr. Jarman, president of the school.

The first business was the reception in to the association of the graduating class of this and last year, bringing the number of alumnae up to over fifteen hundred, there having been nearly three hundred graduates in the last two years. Among interesting reports made to the meeting were those of the Cunningham Memorial Scholarship Fund, which money is being loaned to girls to secure their education at the Normal, until the Fund can be completed and the scholarship be a free gift from the alumnae in memory of Dr. John A. Cunningham, former president. Another was the report of the Normal League Fund. On these loans one hundred girls have been able to work their way to their profession and are now teaching. The alumnae are trying very earnestly to complete the Cunningham Scholarship and steps were taken to this end. In six towns there are active chapters of the alumnae. Four of these are keeping a girl at the school; Lynchburg chapter pays the expenses of two. It is a splendid indication of the loyalty and love, the earnestness and zeal,

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[sentence at top of 2nd column cut off] bent upon the State to provide for its teachers--to provide it at a place and under conditions which will be available to those who can and will return to the State the benefits thus derived; therefore, be it "Resolved, That we, the members of Alumnae Association of the State Normal School for Women, at Farmville, an association whose fundamental principle is the educational uplift of our Commonwealth--the betterment of the education of the masses--do hereby declare that it is incumbent upon the State to furnish her schools with teachers having both academic and professional training. 2. That this training is more likely to be received at an institution whose primal object is professional training rather than at any instituted dominated by traditional academic standards. 3. That the institution which best meets this need is a normal college. 4. That the best opportunity open to the State to establish such a college for its women, readily and at the lowest cost, both to State and student, is to establish such a college in connection with the State Normal School at Farmville. The following reasons are presented in support of this position: a. The State Normal School for Women is now doing three years of college work. b. The same plant necessary for a normal school is adequate for a normal college.' c. The additional cost to the State for an increased faculty to carry on this work would be small. d. The State Normal School for Women, with its present equipment, could offer this preparation at the lowest cost to the teacher. e. The Farmville school, with its independent training school, can offer unusual facilities for practice teaching in high school subjects. f. The establishment of such a school at Farmville would not interfere with the present work of preparing teachers for the elementary schools. g. That the State Normal School for Women, during its thirty years of experience in training teachers, has built up an equipment, a body of guiding principles and controlling traditionals, and such an intimate knowledge of the needs of the schools in the State that we are convinced that the Farmville school is the logical place for the establishment of the State Normal College for Women. (5) Further, that a copy of these resolution be sent to each member of the Association and that the secretary is instructed to send copies of these resolutions to each candidate for public office; to the members of the State board of education; to each member of the consolidated normal school board; to the boards of visitors, officers and faculties of each State educational institution, and to such State supported organizations as may take any part in the matter of public education. (6) And further that each member of this Association, wherever located, make it a point to agitate this matter in each senatorial and legislative district in Virginia and endeavor to enlighten the votes on the great importance of this subject so that their candidates for members of the General Assembly may be fully acquainted with the great needs of improvement of the public schools, with a view that such candidates may be elected as will further this purpose. Steps were taken by the younger alumnae to secure another scholarship in honor of Dr. Jarman, in appreciation of the splendid work he had done for the school. They will work for this as the older alumnae work for the Cunningham memorial, in hope that both may soon be a reality. At the next biennial meeting there is to be a founder's day with appropriate exercises. At the suggestion of several, it was decided that the program committee should take steps to secure a school song, available for any class at any time--a song for present students as well as alumnae. It is hoped many songs will be submitted to Miss Jennie Tabb, Farmville, for this purpose. The officers for the next two years are: President-Miss Otelia Harvie, Vice President-Mrs. A. P. Montague, Treasurer-Miss C. R. Taliaferro, Recording Secretary-Miss Hattie Robertson, Corresponding Secretary-Miss Nelly Preston, Organizer-Mrs. Jean Boatwright. The speaker of the evening was the Hon. Richard C. Stokes, of Covington, who delivered a most eloquent address on "The Great Need in Virginia's Educational System." Mr. Stokes is a man of earnest enthusiasm, a forceful speaker and carried