|History of Cambria County, V.2|
||HISTORY OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
started a friendly rivalry which has made both successful. They celebrate the birthdays of Washington and Lafayette, either in joint or separate meetings, hold inter-society debates, and every winter each gives an evening open meeting to which the public is invited. An address was given to the Emerson Society by John Wanamaker, on November 8, 1898.
These societies founded The Spectator, and conduct it as the official organ of the high school. It is very creditable paper. The first number, consisting of eight pages, was issued December, 1898, while the current number, including advertisements, has sixty-six pages. The cost of an edition of 500 is about $85.
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