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Lynchburg The News: Sunday Morning, June 13, 1915 Mr. Early sent this--sent to every member

The Reserve Banks Big Gain in Resources During Past Week. Increase of $13,000,000 and of 3.2 Per Cent Shown by Weekly Statement. Condition of Clearing House Banks for the Week. Washington, June 12. - A gain of $13,000,000 in resources and of 3.2 per cent for the Federal reserve system is shown by the weekly statement of condition issued today by the Federal Reserve Board. The statement shows: Resources June 11, 1915: Gold coin and certificates, $246,231,000. Legal tender notes, silver certificates and subsidiary coin, $44,632,000. Total, $290,863,000. Bills discounted and loans: Maturities within thirty days, $14,721,000 Maturities within sixty days, $10,818,000 Other, $10,468,000 Total $36,007,000 Investments, $17,183,000 Due from Federal Reserve Banks: Items in transit, $14,878,000 All other resources, $12,350,000

the big heartedness and open hands of this alumnae when such work can be reported. The Constitution and By-laws as revised by a committee of the active members, were discussed and finally adopted as amended. The dues of this association are fifty cents a year, one dollar at the reunion. For years this money went to furnish a banquet which the alumnae gave. Now, however, the school has honored the association with this attention and the dues are needed for the running expenses of the association, postage, printing, speakers and so on. Being "dues" every member is in honor bound to remit this amount whether present or not. The treasury is now empty owing to a misunderstanding of this point. It was decided to hold a memorial day on the ninth of October when every alumnae may do something to show her appreciation of the labors and the great humanity of Dr. John A. Cunningham and her loyalty and love for her Alma Mater. Chapters of alumnae especially will take this up with interest. Dr. Jarman appeared before the meeting at the afternoon session to explain the enlarged course now in the school. The Farmville Normal now gives three years of regular college work along with the professional training. This fits her graduates to teach the first three years of high school and makes Farmville but one year's work from being a regular class A college, with the additional advantage of the professional training with-[text missing] his large audience with him in his glorious plans for Virginia's greatness, when she shall have in school the 50,000 children who now run wild because there is not enough money to care for them or teachers to lift them from their depths. The school tendered the alumnae an elegant banquet and reception after the address.

Ready for the Circus (From the Seattle Star) Freddie--Are you the trained nurse mamma said was coming? Nurse--Yes, dear, I'm the trained nurse. Freddie--Let's see some of your tricks, then!

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