Wisconsin Journal of Education, Volume 44

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The Association, 1912

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Page 319 - For hate is strong and mocks the song Of peace on earth, good will to men! Then pealed the bells more loud and deep "God is not dead; nor doth He sleep! The Wrong shall fail, the Right prevail, With peace on earth, good will to men!
Page 319 - WHENE'ER a noble deed is wrought, Whene'er is spoken a noble thought, Our hearts, in glad surprise, To higher levels rise. The tidal wave of deeper souls Into our inmost being rolls, And lifts us unawares Out of all meaner cares.
Page 48 - Yesterday now is a part of forever. Bound up in a sheaf, which God holds tight; With glad days and sad days and bad days which never Shall visit us more with their bloom and their blight. Their fullness of sunshine or sorrowful night.
Page 319 - Is he not sailing Lost like thyself on an ocean unknown, and is he not guided By the same stars that guide thee ? Why shouldst thou hate then thy brother? Hateth he thee, forgive ! For 't is .sweet to stammer one letter Of the Eternal's language ; — on earth it is called Forgiveness ! Knowest thou Him, who forgave, with the crown of thorns round his temples?
Page 56 - ... maps, charts, school library books, school furniture, apparatus or stationery, or furnish any assistance to, or receive any reward therefor, from any author, publisher, bookseller or dealer, doing the same. Every person violating this section shall forfeit not less than fifty nor...
Page xii - Tinkling through the snow; Mother knitting stockings (Pussy's got the ball), — Don't you think that winter's Pleasanter than all ? Thomas Bailey Aldrich.
Page 48 - Yesterday is a part of forever, Bound up in a sheaf which God holds tight; With glad days, and sad days, and bad days, which never Shall visit us more with their bloom and their blight, Their fullness of sunshine or sorrowful night.
Page 319 - SAINT AUGUSTINE ! well hast thou said, That of our vices we can frame A ladder, if we will but tread Beneath our feet each deed of shame ! All common things, each day's events, That with the hour begin and end, Our pleasures and our discontents, Are rounds by which we may ascend. The low desire, the base design, That makes another's virtues less...
Page 47 - Every child should have mud pies, grasshoppers, water-bugs, tadpoles, frogs, mud-turtles, elderberries, wild strawberries, acorns, chestnuts, trees to climb, brooks to wade in, water-lilies, woodchucks, bats, bees, butterflies, various animals to pet...
Page 317 - tis a beautiful thing. The weariest month of the year, love, Is shortest, and nearest the spring.

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