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March 15 03.qxd 12/7/2021 Volume VII Issue XI 3:45 PM Page 9 THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 9 March 15, 2003 Notes From the Eden School When we draw in a full breath, we straighten the spine and throw the head and shoulders back so we give the greatest advantage to muscles, and then we increase the size of the chest, the air goes along the bronchial tubes and crowds into every cell. 9. The waste matter is thrown off through the lungs and through the pores of the skin. 10.The circulation consists of two parts—the lesser and the greater. The lesser circulation—The dark blood from the veins collects in the right auricle and going through the tricuspid valves, empties into the right ventricle, then goes past the semilunar valves to the lungs and returns bright and red to the left auricle. The greater circulation— From the left auricle the blood is forced past the bicuspid valves to the left ventricle through the semi-lunar valves into the great aorta and it is sent to all parts of the body and returns through the A page from Minnie Farrell’s notebook. Photo and venea cavea to the right manuscript courtesy of Karen Wilbur Hansen of auricle. This is going on Eden. vice versa. The following is taken from Eden School student Minnie Farrell’s notebook, dated May 23 and 24, 1893. She states that the teacher is Ione Thurman Physiology Writing 1. We should study physiology to learn to keep the laws of health. 2. Bones are composed of about twothirds mineral, and one-third animal matter. In youth, the bones are about half-and-half, but as we grow older, the mineral matter becomes greater. 3. Immovable joints. Head bones. Slightly movable joints. Vertebrae. Easily moveable joints. Elbows or hip. 4. Voluntary and involuntary are two kinds of muscles. Voluntary – muscles of the arm. Involuntary – the heart. 5. Alcohol first affects the muscles by causing a fatty degeneration, and continual use of alcohol will cause some of the muscles to lose their control; lower lip fails first, then the lower limbs; the muscles become feeble as the power of contraction diminishes. 6. Alcohol coagulates, and precipitates the pepsin from the gastric juices and stops the work of the process of digestion. 7. Tobacco dwarfs the mind and body. It clings to the system that it prepares for disease, and leads to dissipation and worthlessness; the user is also a slave to the narcotic. 8. Larynx, trachea and lungs are the organs respiration and the voice. 1. “Laugh and the world laughs with you. Weep and you weep alone.” 2. “He who moves not forward goes backward.” 3. “Give every man thy ear, but few thy voice.” part of the U.S. north of S.C. Georgia is in the southeastern part of U.S. south of S.C. 3. King William’s War Queen Anne’s War King George’s War French and Indian War King William’s, Queen Anne’s, and King George’s Wars were caused by the French and English fighting in the foreign nations, and the people here took up the fight. The French and Indian War was caused on account of both the English and French claiming the land west of the Allegheny Mts. 4. The first battle of the Revolution was the Battle of Lexington, fought April 19, 1775; the last was fought at Yorktown, Oct. 19, 1781. 5. The country was in debt because of the Great Revolutionary War; our ships were seized; England sent no ministers to our government; Spain refused us the navigation of the Mississippi. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Civil Government 1. The purpose of government is to pro tect the people from their enemies at 9. home, and from the wrong doing to his fellow citizens. The chief ruler of the U.S. is the President. Of a state is the Governor. Of a city is a Mayor. Grover Cleveland is the present ruler of U.S. Governor West is the present ruler of Utah. Three political parties of the U.S. are Democratic, Republican, and Populist. Democratic Party is in power at present. A statesman is a higher class of wise and faithful public servant. A politician is one who works for his party only. Despotism, the aristocratic, popular, a centralized, and a republic are the principle forms of government. The government of the U.S. is a republic. The law making power is in the legislative body vested in Congress, which consists of two houses—the House of Representatives and the Senate. We should vote for the man who will take most interest in the nation, the one that does the most good for the people and the nation. The power of government in the U.S. is with the people. Historical Photo U.S. History 1. (a) John Cabot, Ponce de Leon, Ferdinand de Soto, and Sir Francis Drake. 1. (b) English at Jamestown 1607. Dutch at New York 1613. English at Plymouth 1620. 2. Virginia in the east central part of U.S. Massachusetts in the northern part of U.S. New Hampshire in the northeastern part of U.S. north of Massachusetts. Connecticut is in the eastern part, south of Massachusetts. Rhode Island is in the eastern part, east of Connecticut. New York is in the northeastern part. New Jersey is in the northeastern part of U.S., south of New York. Pennsylvania is in the northern part of U.S. west of New Jersey. Delaware eastern part of U.S. Maryland is in the central part of U.S. South Carolina southeastern part of U.S. North Carolina is in the southeastern First Eden school house in background Back row: left to right: Mary Lindsay, Rose Pricht, Annie Farrell, Francis Hinenger, Edith Fuller, Sarah Burnett, and Emmie Hiniger. Front row: Jane Colvin, Barbra Curb, Bessie McBride, Maggie McBride, Isabell Burnett, and Minnie Farrell. Child in front Peach Wilbur (Smalley) Picture copied from one owned by Grace Wilbur Henderson. Photo courtesy of Karen Wilbur Hansen of Eden. The OGDEN VALLEY NEWS is looking for Ogden Valley and Ogden Canyon historical biographies, stories, and photos to use in its publication. Please mail, email, or call at Shanna 745-2688, or Jeannie at 745-2879 if you have material that you would be willing to share.