How Do You Wear Your Hat?
How do you wear your hat? l)r. C.
W. Kimmirs, chief education officer
of the London county council who
ha* made n study of the subject,
claims to be able to read character in
the manner ii: which the bonnet is tip
Hut worn well down over the fore
head the man is solemn and thouyht
Hat pushed back far on the head,
the man is a happy-go-lucky.
Hat tilted to the right side, the man
is a rowdy.
Hat tilted to the left, the wearer
loses his social status completely, be
in# classed as u mental deficient.
Wish old man Kitnmins had also
told us the character of the college
youth who wears no hat at all.
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November is a Rood month to look
at the stars, for November is the
j month of meteors. During October the
great nebula in Andromeda can be
j seen without the aid of a telescope
! says a bulletin from the American Na
ture association, which points out that
| Mars is the only one of the bright
1 planets to be seen in October even
ings. You must get up before sunrise
to eo Venus, whicn is glorious at
that time. Jupiter and Saturn are too
close to the sun to be seen in October.
With the visit of Mars this sum
! nier, when it was only J4.000.000 miles
I away, and nearer than it had been in
] a century, the Nature Association says
! n remarkable impetus has been given
| “star guzing.” Reports of a new eom
! < t discovered by the Bonn Observa
tory recall the visit of Halley’s comet
in May, 1010, This “visitor” is due
again in 1080. In 1010 the comet was
only 14,000,000 miles away. In no
vember every year several meteor
swarms are due. The Leonids, so call
ed because they come from the gen
eral direction of the constellation Leo,
appear about November 15, but you
will have to be up before sunrise to
see them because Leo is then in the
The Andromodes, which will seem
■% cwue from the direction^af Andro
meda, will appear in the evening hours
however, about November, .23 or 24.
Then there are tile" Tati rids, several
distinctjypups appearing at different
tinrfirMring " —
„ mg th^motijh from^lifferen*
jsbfnts in Taurus. Thesejpfc/wjll ap
pear in the evening hours, nearly due
firc'k)“" which i.^
sifugt,:! AMeteiMW exceptional sizd
vTf lto-illiaperrittlif succeed in
re itching the eArtn’s Surface, has beer#
kaown A<» (tjlpeaV Among the Taurids;
so keep an eye on the eastern heav
ens November evening*. You may see
something of special interest in the
way of meteors.
The object that will probably first
catch your eye November evenings
will be the strakkling \V. in Cassiopeia
in the northern heavens, high above
the pole. You will probably search in
vain for the Big Dipper, for it lies on
the opposite side of the pole from Cas
shiopeia, and is close to the horizon in
November that it is concealed from
view, partly if pot completely, by trees
or buildings to the northward. Pos
sibly you will be able to make out the
outlines of the Little Dipper through
thought with the North Star, Polaris,
at the end of its handle.
Next to Cassiopeta, the Great
Square in Pegasus with tl»e Constel
lation of Androweda joining it; on the
oast, is one of the most noticeable of
the autumn groups. It now lies direct
ly on the meridpn due south of the
zenith overhead. To lthe southwest of
the Great Square lies Atquarius, the
Water-Bearer, which can be distin
guished by the Y-shaped group of
stars from which a stream of faint
stars is flowing toward the south and
southeast. Mars still in Aquarius
where h has been for many months, is
moving rapidly eastward during No
vember and receding from the earth.
In the east in November you will
recognize some old acquaintances in
the Pleiades and Hyqdes in Taurus,
und Alduharan, the fiery red eye of
the Bull, November was known in an
cient times as the Pleiad month, and
the ancient Kings of Persia never fail
ed to grant any request presenter! to
them on November 17, the day when
Pleiades came to the meridian at mid
night. This exquisite little group with
five stars forming a tiny dipper, and
two additional stars visible to keen
eyes, will be one of the most noted
groups in the heavens. The V-shaped
cluster of the liyades is scarcely less
We all have our and we
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(the old homp town cornea from find'
pisr that y*a*. JttknWkJiMo, have
brown either gray or hald.^
There may nit be$ fLsn
. . .. .«y organ
grinders as t^ere used to be, but
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TO LET CONTRACT FOR SCHOOL
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Education of Cleveland coun
ty until 10 o’clock a. m. on Thursday,
October 24th, 1924, for the construc
tion of a modern school building for
th*’ Ware-El Bethel Consolidated
school District. It is to be a brick or
brick veneered building containing
tour class rooms, auditorium, library
and office with basement for heating
plant Plans and specifications arc on
file in the County Superintendent’s
off ice at Shelby and J. R. Davis* office
in Kings Mountain and may be seen
by any prospective bidders. Fije your
bid with J. C. Newton, County'Super
intendent and a certified check for 6
per cent of your bid to secure the
County Board of Education against
any loss by reason of the failure of
the successful bidder to comply with
the term* of his bid. The successful
bidder will be required tp furnish a
good and sufficient bond to guarantee
the completion of the bulling in ac
cordance with the nlans and specifi
cations tnd contra?!. The Board re
serves the right to reject any and all
contract let, if let, in J. C. Newton’s
buls. The bids will be opened ana the
office qt the Court House in Shelby on
Thursday. October 24th, 1924 at 1®
o’clock a. m.
By order of the Board of Educa
tion of Cleveland County.
J. C. NEWTON, County Suj>t.
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