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Vol. XV No. 1
The World at Play
Faint Not I-It has been
group of leading citizens at suggested by one of our work- Escanaba, Michigan, after a ers that the following quota- twenty-five minute community tion taken from F. W. Bore- sing conducted by a Communham's book The Luggage of ity Service song leader. Never Life may have some applica- before, said Judge Lindsey, tion at just this stage of Com- had he had such a sympathetic munity Service.
audience and this he attributed "Someone has said that to the community sing which every movement has its bow- preceded his lecture. wow stage, its pooh-pooh stage At a meeting on the followand its hear-hear stage. Of ing day, Judge Lindsey, in these three phases the central commending the work of Comone is infinitely the most dif- munity Service, spoke in terms ficult to negotiate. Between of high praise of the Michigan the howl of execration that Comumnity Council Commisgreets the suggestion of a re- sion. The law creating this form and the shout of applause Commission, Judge Lindsey that announces its final tri- said, should be duplicated in umph, there is a long and toil- Colorado. some stretch of steep and stony
Intensive Cultivation. The road that is very hard to tread.
growth of the future—at least They are God's heroes who set
of the immediate future-must a stout heart to that stiff brae,
be in quality and spiritual and walk and not faint."
value. And that can come Judge Lindsey Likes Com- only through the concentrated, munity Singing.-"It was like intensified striving of smaller getting into a tub of warm groups. The field for special water instead of getting into a effort should now be the state, cold lake,” said Judge Ben the city, the village-and each Lindsey, as he
he addressed a should be led to seek to excel
in something peculiar to it. If which was organized at a meetideals are developed locallying held several weeks ago, the national ones will come held its second regular meetpretty near taking care of ing on Tuesday evening at the themselves.-Louis D. Bran- Community House with a good deis in The Survey for Novem- attendance. Samples of the ber 13, 1920
work by various members of
the club were submitted and Imagination.—When Canon Barnett was asked what he felt
are now on display in the win
dow of the Agee Drug Comto be the greatest need of the people in London he replied, pany, where they have attract"Imagination.”
ed a great deal of attention. With all the movements for
“The object of the club is the giving more adequate charit
encouragement of art work in able relief, for providing great
oil and water colors, charcoal, er material comforts, it is grat- painting of china, crayon, clay ifying to see the increasing modeling, stencilling and art recognition of the wisdom of photography. Special atten
tion is to be given to western spending public money and effort conscientiously upon di
subjects. rect efforts to give people a
“An invitation is extended to chance to use their imagina
all artists and students of art tion, to secure self-expression.
in the county to join the club. The leisure time movement in
Meetings are to be held on the America has as yet made only
first Tuesday of each month." a very small beginning, but
Open-Air Theater in Oxford, the recognition already accord
Ohio.School Life reports that ed it is proof of the still greater
that plans for an open-air theater recognition which will come
for Western College, Oxford, with the passing of the years.
Ohio, are in preparation. The A Far Western Art Club.- theater is the gift of Mr. A Community Art Club is the Richard P. Ernst, of Covinglatest activity of the Silver ton, Kentucky, one of the City Community House con- Trustees of the College, and ducted by local Community will be one of the most beauService. A clipping from the tiful nature theaters in the Silver City Enterprise gives
gives country. The architect has the following information re- utilized the natural contour of garding it:
the land so that not only the “The Community Art Club, usual grass terraces are provid