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The Peru State Normal School
Summer School Begins June 8th
The Peru Plan. The Peru plan of restricting the student membership commends itself to conscientious, successful teachers every where. The plan is to restrict the attendance just as far a possible: (1) To men and women of strong character who have taught in the public schools with marked success; (2) To high school graduates and others of fair attainment who seem to possess the natural qualifications of the successful teacher and who have no habits that will mar or in any way interfere with their success in the school room. To these a most cordial invitation is hereby extended.
School of Superintendence. The Summer School of Superintendence is a continuation or outgrowth of the Summer School of Superintendence organized by Superintendent Hearse at Omaha, the summer of 1903. The success of the few courses offered during the last three summers at Peru has led to extending the scope of the work, making it a high grade professional school for principals and superintendents of Nebraska. The indications are that there will be an attendance of more than 150 superintendents and principals in the School of Superintendence alone.
Country School Teachers. Courses have been arranged to accommodate those who have never taught, and other courses for those who have had one or more years experience as teachers There will be an opportunity of getting any subject required for second and third-grade certificates.
Kindergarten. Primary, and Grammar Grade Teachers. The excellent courses of previous years will be continued with several additional courses, making the work desirable and profitable for those who have attended two or more Summer Schools at Peru, and also for those who enter for their first session.
High School Teachers. Special instruction is planned by each department for those who are now teaching in the high schools and for those planning to begin teaching in high schools next year. Write for further information.
Certificates. Teachers have the opportunity cf taking work in any certificate subject and of taking the state examination in each subject. They also have the opportunity of taking work looking to final graduation from this schooi.
Expenses. Board and room. $3.00 a week. Text-books loaned at small rental fee to students. A $5.00 Matriculation fee. No other expenses. Educational privileges free.
Write for further information to
J. W. CRABTREE, Peru
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NEBRASKA CITY. NEBR. Ladies Call—Welcome.
J. D. Houston, D.D.S.
1000 Central Avenue NEBRASKA CITY. NEBR.
A Lesson in Laundry Work
we give to our help, and teach them the ncccs. sitv of care in the laundering of fine linen, that goes a great way in preserving the fabrics sent here tor renovation. Anything coming from this laundry will always be found in perfect condition and beautiful in both color and finish.
Nebraska City Laundry Co.
NEBRASKA CITY. NEBR.
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Miss Senior (examining proof)—O, I look like an ape.
Photographer — You should have thought of that, before sitting.
(ilen Sheeley (to Peruvian editor)— Xow I hope you’re not going to put anything in that old book about me.
The Editor—Why not? I’m sure all the popular girls ought to be roasted.
Glen—Well, if you put anything in there about me. I’ll sit on you. So there!
Practice Teacher—Who was it that supported the world on his shoulders?
Model School Pupil—Atlas, sir.
Teacher—Who supported Atlas?
M. S. P.—The book don’t say, but I ’sjM)se his wife did.
Teacher—William, I thought your excuse said that you were absent yesterday on account of a broken leg.
William—Please, sr. ma didn’t know how to spell diptheria.
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Laces and Embroideries
(flAVe carry one of the largest stocks of WHITE DRESS GOODS, LACES and EMBROIDERIES, from the medium grade to the very best.
(I We can certainly please you as to style and price.
dl When in the city make this store your home.
H'e allend to all mail orders on arrival.
L.'Wessel,s Sons Co
NEBRASKA CITY, NEBR.
U C. MEYER
CARL R. MEYER
U. C. MEYER SON
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and Abstracting
WESTERN LANDS A SPECIALTY
PHONE NO. 478
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Professor Bengston, having twenty minutes and twenty-six questions, decided to try the electrical.method in giving the Seniors a test in geography. The method failed — as did also the class—the shock caused by such high potential being too great.
Anxious Model School Teacher—Miss Mcars, can you tell me where to find something on cheese-making?
Miss Mears (who considers Poole’s Index the source of all knowledge)— Have vou looked in Poole’s Index?
E. H. DORT
Drugs Books Fine Stationery Kodaks Sporting Goods
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