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April 19, 1930     Arkansas Catholic
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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 19, 1930 PAGE SEVEN HIGH SCHOOL schools wiLh large central ~high ~ ~ ~- ~ --- ~ -- " that group one includes all schools porting 300 to 350 students, 27; high school facilities "and the re- dinand Meyer; "Gloucestermen," by [MORE CENTRALIZED schools is demonstrated statisticall~ enrolling 1 to 50 students; group schools reporting 350 to 400 stu- placement of small parochial high . . . ,, . _ -- in a detailed study jusL compleLed two, those schools wiLh 50 to 100 stu-;dents, 13; schools reporting 400 to schools wiLh larger central Catholic I Jame.s B( Connolly, The Book vf u. W. C. News Service) by the Department of Education, dents, group three, the schools hay- 1 450 students, eight; schools report- high schools." /wnrlstopner Columbus," by Paul Clau- :ton, April ll.--That Cath- National Catholic ~Welfare Confer- ing 1O0 to 150 students, etc., it is ing 450 to 500 students, six,and -- __ ]del;; "Cardinal Newman," by J Lew- C Ondary education is showing ence, for the 1930 edition of The f . " . t • • ,, " ound thaL ovez 28.8 pel cent of the ~ schools repoILmg more than 500 sLu- BOOK GUILD CHOOSES lls May; and Selected Poems of Fran- high schools have fewer than 50 stu 'dents, 42 I THE COMING AGE AND f T pson .v,~? trendalga schoolt°wardSfacilitiesthe concen-and DirectorYschools. of Catholic Colleges and dents and 32.4 per cent have 50 to- Another" indication of the growingi " THE CATHOLIC CHURCH" I,iimln,n,mn,,mn,nmcis hem ." ........................... ~lacement of small parish high As this particular phase of Catho- 100 students. Thus 61.2 per cent of, tendency towards the centralization I Philadelphia, April 8 "The Com-iill[l|l[|l[[HH|||[H|[i[HHH[HHHH[[[H[][[H[ lic high school distribution was stud- the high schools have an enrolhnentI .... : ,, of pupils m large secondary schools mg Age and the Cathohc Church by When ~ ~ led for the first time only in the not exceeding 100 students, and 3.6 is had in another study conducted by the Rev. William Barry, D. D., hon-v r ~ !- " ~ ~ ,.~ _ ,- vlena 1928 Directory, the results of the per cent of Lhe high schools have an the Department, which reveals that orary canon of St. Chad's, Birming-i Lt. 1,/.~asley ~ l~ons [}TEL MENA study for the 1930 Directory offers enrollment exceeding 500 students, an average of 128.9 pupils enrolled ham, England, is the April,selection[ A. and E. PLAN-'-- the. first basis, for a. comparison. In the similar study made in 1928, in each Catholic four-year high of The Catholic Booklovers' Guild. i General Merchants ~_ in reporting on ~ts latest survey, it was found that 65.4 per cenL of school was reported in the 1930 Canon Barry, now in his eighty-firstI CONWAY ARK "aanltary----~Satisfactory the N. C. W. C. Department of Edu- the high schools had an enrollment study, while the average in the 1928 year, is the author of many well-/ ' " S E cation says: not exceeding 100 students and 3 per study was only 115.1 pupilsper known volume, "Behold the white flag[ We Sell Evervthin¢. R WILaSO2' "If the Catholic four-year high cent of the high schools had an en- school, l waving over St Peter's, in the fore ] ~ ~aer and Man g schools in the United States are as- ,NA, ARKANSAS ~sembled in groups in such a manner rollment exceeding 500 students It "" ' " - .............. ". Analyzing these statistics, Francis noon of September 20, 1870 " The [Dry G.oa..~ ........ wm ~nus Be seen ~na~ ~nere has " ex ericnce an . • | -. - ~0, ~r~eer,es, furniture aria been a decrease in the number . M. Crowley, Director of the N. C.W. P d reflectmns of three- Hardware - . ot C Bureau of Education, said" score of years are summed up in "The l small high schools and a correspond- ""These figures bear out what lead- ~Coming Age and t h eCatholic] We Cordially Invite You to See "Us m~oo~l:due~r~: ~he :hw: !::rger r"h~gh lug Catholic educators have asserted Church." 1 When in Town. Comphments of g y pe ma. for some time, that the smaller Cath- Other books of the Guild's April l ................. The 1,13'7 four-year high schools olic high school is giving away to the 'list are "The Saint," by Conrad Fer.[I[[]W[[HIHH[I]HHl[[HIHHi[mll[[IHHHH[I ~0ARR0m IROBMYi R C0MPA reporting in the su.rvey for the 1930 larger Catholic high school, for the ~,, .......................... ' ..... ""' ~i~?:t=y were dzwded n?to the va- reason that it permits more effec-ijHIIIW[[IIIWjHHHHHHHHHHHHH[Hj|][[[||HH[[HW[HHHIH[HHIHmwHHI]IH]i[[~H g oups as IOllO~,VS: tive employment of the teachers and , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,n.nun.n.u Lumber, Feed and Hardware . Schools reporting" one to 50 stu- is more economical in administra- ' . I Esta~,,snea ........ at t;onway 1879 cents enrolled, 336; schools report- tion. The teachers are used more el-Compl-ments of ing 50 to 100 students, 378; schools fectively, it is pointed out, because reporting 100 to 150 students, 179; there are more pupils per teacher. schools reporting 150 to 200 stu- Catholic high schools can still go a Frauenthal and dents, 97; schools reporting 200 to .long way in this direction before 250 students,. 50; schools reporting they will have arrived at the point Schwarz Funeral Directors FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS Compliments o[ ',RS BANK & I'R @ Forrest City, Ark. Of Forrest City, Ark. @ Established 1886 Strong and Dependable Dealers in P~%~ Meats, Fish, Celery, Oysters and Vegetables. Wholesale and Retail 250 to 300 students, 31; schools re- where the pupils per teacher will be too many to permit efficient teach-Conway, Ark. Ambulance Service :o ing. The larger school is held to be more economical to administer, be- cause it reduces the per capita cost Always at Your Service. IOO-IO2 North Street M I . " of operation c ntyre Rzchards "The introduction of other desir- -----~~ CONWAY, ARKANSAS !i111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 illlllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Motor C p v _ - lllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllli IIIHIIIIIIIIP om an able elements, such as the opportun " coursesity to offerand aawidergreatrangediversitYof social°f dllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiill II DeSoto Six-Eight Sales contocts, are argued by educators in __J c~______. I favor of the larger school. The re- etnU oervlce sults of this survey further demon- Jm D= 00LLIER Easter Greetings • I strate the marked trend to the The only Drive-in Feed Store in 206 East Washxngton St. I greater centralization of Catholic Conway. -,'4 1-~ ,,~ Camden, Arkansas I ~- ..... - - - .... ..... ...... ireeson urug t o. l[[[[[~[[[![[[[[[[[!][[![~!~[~ . Corn llment " urxve ,n .rent Ooor and ..... :r:'~ ....... l P s Load Up j Central Drug Co. . ,c, .._ -- - Drive Out Back Door. j ,., a., ........... _ t,, llLli:ll lylartfet Phone / L.onway, /-krK. CONWAY, ARK g$ EYSB U I CONWAY, ARK. ..... • " IHIIlIIIiillilIIIillililII$111$1111$II!I]I; .... II,m'q!lll[lllll!!llllllllllllllltlllllllll STORE ........... _ _ Compliments of Conway Bottling Co. Prescription Specialists 5cdaa--Kod akz--C gars Telephone 257 Camden, Arkansas |H NuGRAPE "A Flavor You Can't Forget" CONWAY, ARK. ! $11lllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllll[$11ll0 H.R. Osborn Compliments of Monuments CONWAY, ARK. 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