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Gregg Shorthand Junior Manual, by

John Robert Gregg . Published by
the Gregg Publishing Co., New
York. Cloth cover, 168 pages.

The purpose of the Gregg Shorthand Junior
Manual is to provide a simple presentation of
Gregg Shorthand for the pre-vocational study
of the subject in the Junior High Schools and
other schools where shorthand is not studied
for vocational purposes.



Essentials of Commercial Law, by

Wallace H. Whigam, M. S., LL. M.,
Carl Schurz High School and Walton
School of Commenrce, Chicago, 111.,
assisted in revision by C. Martin
Alsagei% M. A., J. D. Lindblom
High School, Chicago, 111. Published
bv the Gregg Publishing Companv,
New York City .Cloth cover, 365
pages.



Letters From Famous People, by

Sharpless D. Green. Published by
the Gregg Publishing Company.,
New York City. Cloth cover, 362
pages.

The letters presented in this book were
written by those big-hearted men and women,
who, having made good in their chosen call-
ings, had the interest in the young people of
today to write them a message of help and
inspiration, so that those about to place their
feet on the lower rounds of the ladder typify-
ing success may have a broad, clear view of
the finest type of business men and women.

A Neglected Factor in Education, bv

George E. Walk, Ph. D., Dean,
Teachers College, Temple Univer-
sity, Philadelphia. Published by the
Gregg Publishing Company., New
York City. Paper cover, 76 pages.

This monograph frankly makes an attempt
to present some considerations that the writer
confidently believes are so, but are not gen-
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as rich in possibilities as a fabled El Dorado.
In the spirit of pioneer research, this mono-
graph explores a "River of Doubt." but it
steers its course by definite markings, and it
has a specific goal in view. It tries to avoid
dogmatism, but it does not evade responsibility.
It aims to appraise facts at their proper values,
and it claims no validity for its conclusions
that the acid test of practice may not justify.



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STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP. MAN-
AGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC.. RE-
QUIRED BY THE ACT OF CON-
GRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912,

Of THE BUSINESS EDUCATOR, published
monthly except July and August, at Colum-
bus, Ohio, for April 1926.
State of Ohio.
County of Franklin, ss :

Before me. a Notary Public, in and for the
State and county aforesaid, personally ap-
peared E. W. Bloser, who, having been duly
sworn according to law, deposes and says that
he is the Editor of THE BUSINESS EDU-
CATOR, and that the following is, to the
best of his knowledge and belief .a true state-
ment of the ownership, management (and if
a daily paper, the circulation) , etc., of the
aforesaid publication, for the date shown in
the above caption, required by the Act of
August 24, 1924. embodied in section 443.
Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the
reverse of this form, to wit:

1. That the names and addresses of the
publisher, editor, managing editor, and busi-
ness managers are:

Publisher, The Zaner-Bloser Company, Co-
lumbus. Ohio. 612 N. Park.

Editor. E. W. Bloser. Columbus, Ohio. 612
N. Park.

Managing Editor. E. A. Lupfer. Columbus,
Ohio. 612 N. Park.

Business Managers, none.

2. That the owners are: (Give names and
addresses of individual owners, or. if a cor-
poration, give its name and the names and
addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1
per cent or more of the total amount of
stock.)

E. W. Bloser. Parker Bloser.

R. E. Bloser. E. A. Lupfer.

Rebecca Bloser. R. B. Moore.

3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders owning or holding
1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds,
mortgages, or other securities are: (If there
are none, so state.) None.

4. That the two paragraphs next above,
giving the names of the owners, stockholders,
and security holders, if any. contain not only
the list of stockholders and security holders
as they appear upon the books of the com-
pany but also, in cases where the stockholder
or security holder appears upon the books of
the company as trustee or in any other fidu-
ciary relation, the name of the person or
corporation for whom such trustee is acting,
is given ; also that the said two paragraphs
contain statements embracing affiant's full
knowledge and belief as to the circumstances
and conditions under which stockholders and
security holders who do not appear upon the
books of the company as trustees, hold stock
and securities in a capacity other than that
of a bona fide owner and this affiant has no
reason to believe that any other person, as-
sociation, or corporation has any interest or
indirect in the said stock, bonds, or other se-
curities than as so stated by him.

5. That the average number of copies of
each issue of this publication sold or dis-
tributed, through the mails or othen,vise, to
paid subscribers during the six months pre-
ceding the date shown above is^(This infor-
mation is required from daily publications
only.)

E. W. BLOSER,
(Signature of editor).
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th
day of March, 1926.
(Seal)

EARL A. LUPFER.
CMy commision expires Jan. 11. 1929).



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JUNE, 1926 NUMBER 10 \i






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PENMANSHIP SUMMER SCHOOL

JULY 6 TO AUGUST 14, 1926

For Supervisors, Teachers, Penman and Students



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structors. Dr. Doescher. Mrs. Landon.
Frank H. Arnold and Mr. Chambers have
been engaged for the Summer Term as
special instructors.

The highest scholarship in the profes-
sion, the highest skill in the execution of
penmanship and some of the most experi-
enced supervisors are represented in the
faculty. Can any one interested in pen-
manship or methods, whether a beginner
or an experienced supervisor, overlook the
opportunity for advancement that this un-
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Plan to attend and receive the benefit to
be derived from the feast of instruction
that is to be given.

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MRS. ELIZABETH LANDON



WALDEMAR O. DOESCHER. Ph. D.,

Professor of Psychology and Philosophy
Capital University,
Columbus, Ohio.

Dr. Doescher's preparation for the work
which he plans to do in our summer
school is as follows: A. B.. Capital Uni-
versity 1918; A. M.. Princeton University
1921; Ph. I).. Princeton University I'.ili
Charlotte Elizabeth Procter, Fellow in ri :
losophy. Princeton University. 1922-23
Dr. Doescher's ability as a scholar,
skill as a teacher and his patient and ^:
uathetic attitude toward his pupils hii.f
endeared him to tho student body of
Capital University, and we predict a simi-
lar experience for him at the Zanerian
this summer.




Mr. Arnold is widely known as one of
the most enthusiastic and progressive su-
pervisors of handwriting in America. Fur-
thermore, the interest he arouses and the
results he secures fully justify his leader-
ship in this work.

The work of his pupils in the Spokane.
Washington, schools, where Mr. Arnold su-
pervises, is known for its forcefulness.
legibility and free flowing qualities.

We are pleased to announce that Mr.
Arnold has consented to deliver a course
of 20 lectures during our 1926 summer
session. These lectures will cover every
phase of handwriting supervision and give
others thi^ benefit of his many years of
experience in this work.

Come with the intention of making the
best use of your ears, eyes and notebooks,
and you will go away with such a store-
house of valuable and useful ideas as one
could gather in other ways only by de-
voting a life time to the work as a su-
pervisor.



Mrs. Landon is a graduate of the Cort-
land State Normal School. Cortland. New
York, and of the Zanerian College. Co-
lumbus, Ohio. Her college work has been
done at Syracuse University. Mrs. Lan-
don has been directing the handwriting in
the Public Schools of Binghamton. New
York, since her graduation from ^ the
Zanerian in 1916. and is therefore in a
position to pass on to our students the
bjnefit of her long experience in Super-
vision Work in one of the most up-to-date
school systems in the country. Mrs. Lan-
don is not only popular with her teachers,
but she secures excellent results as well.
Zanerian students will find in Mrs. Lan-
don a tireless and enthusiastic worker, an
mspiring teacher and a faithful friend.




C. SPENCER CHAMBERS

Supervisor of Handwriting. Syracuse. N.

Y., Public Schools and the Syracuse

City Normal School.

Mr. Chnmbsrs. who is recognized by the
penmanship profession as one of the finest
blackboard writers and teachers in the
country, will he one of the instructors in



the Zancr



Mr. Chambers hi
0.. Portsmouth,
ncinnati, Ohio,
rsity of Virginia, CI
tnerian Summer School
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r School,

s taught in Springfield,
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1. Charlottesville. Va.,
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Athens, Ohio



Schools. June 14 to July 23. 1926.

Ohio University. June 14 to August
13. 1926. Mrs. Harriet Graham. Di-
ifctur of Handwriting. Si)rinBfield, Ohio, Instructor.

Bowling Green, Ohio ^°aT"£l.ie'ir"junf %4''To

July 23. 1926. J. D. Severs, Director of Handwriting, Mans-
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rhanpl Hill N C university of N. C. 1st Term.
\^II<tpei Xllll, iX. Kj. June 11 to July 20, 1926. Miss
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Columbus, Ohio fo'TugSst^™"" ^'''°°'- "'"''' ^



Athens, Ga.



University of Georgia. June 21 to July
31. 1926. Miss Matte Conn Baldon. South-
Representative of the Zaner-Bloser Co., Instructor.



Valparaiso, Ind. ''^Z:i.J1r:^\



1926. M. E. Zii



Con Tnca P'alif San Jose State Teachers College,

oail UU»C, V^aill. j^ng ,8 to August 6, 1926. Miss
M, Belle Murphy. Instructor.



P'onacan AT V State Normal School. Lillian V.
\jeiieSeO, I'^l. l. Stewan, instructor.

GrPPnshnrn N C ^""'^ Carolina College for
VJl CeilSUUl U, i^ . \-^. Women. June I.t to July 24.
Director of Handwriting. Atlantic

\ jr\a Ano-Aloc P'olif University of Southern Cali-
AjOS* i\Ilgeiei>, \^an\.. fomla. June 28 to August 6.
1926. Miss Mildred Moffett. Pacific Coast Representative of
the Zaner-Bloser Co.. Instructor.

Georgia State College for Wom-
en. June 14 to July 24. 1926.
Mabel Vogan, Director of Handwriting. Fairmont, W. Va.,



Milledgeville, Ga.



Qanfa Cvwi Palif Miss Swope's School, June 28
Odllld V^l UA, \^a.yVV. ,o July 16, 1926. R. E. Wiatt,



Statesboro, Ga.

Instructor.

Millersville, Pa.

R. Uhrick, Instructor.



Los Angeles, Californ



The State Teachers College, June
14 to July 24. Mrs. Guy H. Well,



Millersville State Normal School,
June 14 to July 24. 1926. Lester



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