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5. What Value have Supplementary drills in
Journalizing?— E. F. Quital, Green Bay. Wis.

0. When Must we Help the Student and how
Much Assistance should be Given?— J. A.
Lyons, Chicago, 111.

7. How Far Should Instruction in English
go?— Sherwin Cody. Chicago. 111.

8. The Advantage of a Business Practice I >e
partment in a Commercial School— Carl C. Mar-
shall, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.



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DEC. 211. 1910, 9 A. M.

Business Section in Charge

1. How to take Care of the Beginner— W. (>.
Jones. DesMoines, Iowa.

2. Inductive Bookkeeping Methods, D. W.
Springer, Detroit. Mich.

3. How would you teach Classification of Ac-
counts?— H. M. Rowe. Baltimore, Md.

Penmanship Section in Charge

4. Time and Energy, O. L. Rogers, Fort
Wayne. Ind.

s. Viewpoint of the Supervisor, A. H. Stead -
man. Cincinnati, Ohio.

fl. Scratches'. Digs and Spatters, V. M. Ru-
bert, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

ELECTION OF OFFICERS
DEC. 30, 1910. 9 A. M.

1. What Knowledge of Bookkeeping Should
be Guaranteed by a Diploma?- S. H. Goodyear,
Cedar Rapids. Iowa.

2. How Far Should Technical Distinction be
Made in Bookkeeping ? Rev. N.J.Corley, De
Pere. Wis.

3. Is it Advisable to Teach Single Entry in
Bookkeeping?—!-. L. Williams. Rochester, N.



High School Section in Charge

4. Progressive Evolution of Bookkeeping
from elementary single entry, to Modern and
Advanced Double Entry Methods— Charles H.
Langer. Northwestern University School of
Commerce. Chicago.

5. Cost Accounting. Prof. S. W. Oilman.
Business Administration, I", of Wisconsin.

6. To What Extent should Rapid Calculation
be Taught, and what Attention should be paid
to Mental Arithmetic?— G. H. Walks, Evans
ville, Ind.

Round Table.



HO! FOR MO.

The fourth annual convention of
the Missouri Valley Commercial
Teachers' Association will be held in
the rooms of Dougherty's Business
College, Topeka, Nov. 25-26, 1910.

Following is the program :
Friday, Nov. 25.

Enrollment of members.

Report of Secretary.

Address of Welcome by Governor W. R.
Stubbs.

Response by L. C. Rusmisel. Central High
School, St. Joseph, Mo

Report of Secretary.

President's Address.

Symposium, "How I Teach Spelling.'' two-
minute talks by ten teachers.

After luncheon the convention will take a
sightseeing trip as the guests of the Remington
Typewriter Company.

"Wherein is Bookkeeping as Taught Today
Deficient?" B. F. Hart, Westport High School,
Kansas City, Mo.

Discussion by authors of Bookkeeping Text
Books.

Development of Rapid Calculation :

Addition : M. B. Wallace, Central High
School, St. Joseph, Mo.

Bank Discount : T. E. Talmadge. Central
High School, Kansas City, Mo.

Billing : J. C. Howell. High School, Wichita.
Kansas.

Demonstration in rapid calculation by a class
from the Wichita Business College.

Contest in rapid calculation by students.

Award of medal for best work.

Banquet at the Hotel Throop in the evening,
given by the Remington Typewriter Company.

Pres. Seerley, of the Iowa State Teachers'
College, has been secured for four addresses.



Saturday. Nov. 2li.
Penmanship Harmonium :

F. W. Tamblyn, Kansas City, Mo.

A. L. Peer. Tonkawa, Okla.

J. L. Drake, Nickerson, Kansas.

L. H. Hausam, Hutchinson, Kansas.

"Practical Penmanship— Teaching Ideas and
Methods and Result - Getting Plans," A. L.
Peer, University Preparatory School, Tonkawa,
Okla.

Discussion.

"The Preparation of Stenographers from the
Teacher's Standpoint." J. C. Conrad. Salt City-
Business College, Hutchinson, Kansas.

Symposium: "How I Would Train a Stenog-
rapher." by employers :

F. D. Coburn, Secretary Kansas State Board of
Agriculture.

H.B. Lautz. Assistant to the General Mana-
ger of the Santa Fe Railway.

Judge Clark A. Smith. Associate Justice of
the Kansas Supreme Court.

Scott Hopkins. Vice President of the Pruden-
tial Savings Bank. Topeka.

Cap. J. G. Waters, attorney -at-law.

"Actual Office Work under the Supervision of
the Teacher." E. R. Corbin, Dougherty's Busi-
ness College. Topeka.

Discussion of the foregoing three numbers.

Demonstration by various typewriter operators.

Contest against time by five fastest type-
writer operators in the world.

Special speed demonstration by -Miss Rose
Fritz.

"The Psychological Aspect of Typewriting."
Harold H. Smith.

"The Recent Development of Typewriting,"
C. V. Oden.

"Does law have a place in a Commercial Train-
ing?" W. R. Arthur. Dean Washburn College
School of Law. Topeka.

One feature of the program which will please
most of the teachers is the provision it makes for
a general discussion of subjects of interest to
them.

The display of office appliances, which will
include some new devices of special interest,
and the speed demonstrations by expert type-
writer operators will be of value to all school
people and should be regarded as a real contri-
bution by the various companies to the program.

The Managers' Association will furnish four
addresses that will prove of immense inspira-
tional and practical value, and after the banquet
there will be a strong address by a man with a
message.

The "Penmanship Harmonium" will be
something in the nature of a pleasing surprise.
Five or more fastest typewriter operators in
the world are promised, and this feature will out-
do that of our last convention, which attracted so
much interest.

The practical suggestions from employers.
with ideas regarding the training of stenograph-
ers, will be worth while and likely to set teach-
ers to thinking, at least.

Be on hand for the first session, planning to
attend every session throughout, so as to miss
none of the good things to be presented.



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NEWS NOTES

AND NOTICES



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K. C. Atticks will be the new commercial
teacher in the Passaic, N. J., high School next
year.

Glenn W. Slade, of Goodrich, Mich., has been
chosen as commercial teacher in the Minnesota
School of Business, Minneapolis.

Miss Krause, of Kansas City, will handle
Gregg shorthand and the commercial branches
next year in the Winterset, Iowa, High School.



B. A. McKinney. this year with the Massey
Business College. Houston. Texas, is leaving
the teaching profession to go into work as an
accountant.

Miss Florence L. Hamblin. of Ayer. Mass.,
has been elected to the position as commercial
teacher in the Warren. R. I„ High School.

The Packard Commercial School, of New York
City, has recently purchased land at the corner
of Lexington Avenue and 35th St.. on which
site they will erect a new fireproof, up-to-date
school building.

Miss Rona E. Bennett is teaching in the
Elizabeth, N. J.. High School.

E. C. McKnight. of Muskogee. Okla.. has re-
cently accepted a temporary position in the San
Angelo, Texas, Business College.

C. A. Hanson, for two years incharge of the
International Business College at Newport
News, Ya., has purchased Draughn's Practical
Business College. Washington, D. C.

Miss Grace B. Cooper, of Brooklyn. N. Y..
has been selected for the position as commercial
teacher in the South River, N. J.. High School.

The Genoseo, 111.. High School has obtained
Mr. Kames, of Pittsburg, Pa., as their commer-
cial teacher for next year.

Miss Hilton, of the Salem. Mass.. High School
faculty, has been appointed to the position as
assistant commercial teacher in the Maiden,
Mass., High School for next year.

E. G. Miller, who has been with the Zanerian
of Columbus, Ohio, has accepted a position
as supervisor of penmanship in the i Imaha,
Neb., public schools.

J. K. Renshaw, recently of Banks' Business
College. Philadelphia, is the new manager of
Heald's Business College. Chico. Calif., and
will assume his duties in his new position about
August 1.

H. J. Ruggles, of Jacksonville. 111., has been
chosen as head commercial teacher in the ( irand
Forks. N, Dak., High School.

M. J. Talley, this year with the Dennison,
Ohio. High School, has been chosen as super-
visor of penmanship in the Oil City, Pa., High
School.

C. M. Guldner. of Northville, N. Y., goes to
the North Central High School, Spokane, as
commercial teacher.

F. O. Pinks, of the Lackawanna Business Col-
lege, Scranton, Pa., will handle penmanship in
the Maiden, Mass.. High School next year.

Lee F. Correll, of Petoskey. Mich., will be a
new commercial teacher in Sherman's Business
School, Mt. Vernon, N. Y,

Miss Kate H. Fee, of Moors, N. Y., has been
selected as commercial teacher in the Bound
Brook, N. J., High School.

Frank H. Arnold, who has been teaching this
year in the Crawfordsville, Ind., Business Col-
lege, will begin work in September in his new
position in the Cheyenne. Wyo., High School.

George W. MacDow, Beachmont. Mass., has
accepted a position as commercial teacher in the
Haddonfield, N. J.. High School.

S. B. Hill, of Lerna, 111., goes to the Clinton,
Iowa, Business College as a commercial teachet.

Stanley E. Dill, for two years assistant com-
mercial teacher in the Oberlin, Ohio, Business
College, is to be the new commercial teacher in
the Scranton. Pa., Business College.

The Board of Education of Kenosha. Wis., has
engaged Mr. Fowler, of Madison, Wis., for the
position as commercial teacher in the. Kenosha
High School.

A. E. Rowland is the new shorthand princi-
pal in the Cream City Business College. Mil
waukee. Wis.

I. R. Stout, of Ihe Wooster, O., High School
has been chosen to organize a commercial de-
partment next year in the Bellaire, Ohio. High
School.



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G. M. Hawes. of Cambridge, Mass., has been
added to the staff of the Melrose. Mass., High
School as commercial teacher.

Miss Nettie I. Fogal, of Glenshaw, Pa., has
taken a position to teach in one of Mr. J. .1.
Eagan's schools.

Elizabeth Venard, of N'orth Adams, Mass., is
engaged to teach in the high school at Water-
v-leit, X. Y., for the coming school year.

Mary E. Baird, of the San Francisco Business
College, lias just accepted a position as commer-
cial teacher in the Auburn County High School,
Auburn, Calif.

P. L. Evans has recently been elected princi-
pal of the commercial department of the Berke-
ley, Calif., High School.

R. R. Holcomb, of Coshocton. Ohio, will have
charge of the new commercial department of
the Findlay, Ohio, High School during the
coming year.

M. N.Cutlip, of Clarksburg, W. Va., has re-
cently begun work in his new position with the
Columbia Commercial University, Lancaster,
Ohio.

F. W. Morrill, recently a substitute teacher in
the Rhode Island Commercial School, Provi-
dence, has been chosen for a position as com-
mercial teacher in the Northampton, Mass.,
Commercial College.

Miss M. Halladay. of Summit N. J„ has been
elected commercial teacher in the Saratoga
Springs. N. Y., High School.

Miss Josephine E. Bryan is the new short-
hand teacher in the Mountain State Business
College, Parkersburg, YV. Va.

James R. Inman has been added to the staff of
Brown's Business College, Kansas City, Mo.

Miss Hester Y. Bader, of Blencoe, Iowa, will
be the new Uregg shorthand teacher in the
Springfield, 111., Business College.

Miss Mary A. Cohane, of the Cambridge,
Mass., Commercial College, has been selected
for a position in the Tome School for Girls, Port
Deposit, Md

Raymond L. Soule, a graduate of the Fitch-
burg. Mass., Business College, has been en-
gaged to teach in the commercial department of
the New Britain, Conn., Commercial College
during the coming year.

George F. Burt, of Swampscott, Mass., has
just accepted a position in the Cranston. R. I.,
High School.

C. H. Vocom, of Oberlin, Ohio, has been
chosen for a position in the Urbana, O., High
School.

Miss Margaret E. King, of Bloomington, 111.,
will be a new teacher in the Manktato, Minn.,
Commercial College during the coming year.

Miss Florence Peabody, a recent graduate of
the commercial department of the State Nor-
mal School, Salem, Mass., goes to the South-
boro, Mass., High School. Miss Mary E. Day,
also a graduate of this same school, will teach
next year in the commercial department of the
Foxboro. Mass., High School.

C. V. Bentley, of New York City, will have
charge of the commercial department of Sim-
mons College, Boston, Mass.

Arthur Gneiner, of Philadelphia, will be the
new commercial teachernext year in the Sche-
nectady Business School. Schenectady. N. Y.

E. M. Staehling, of Sheboygan, Wis., has
been engaged as commercial teacher in the
Wisconsin Business University, La Crosse,
Wis

Marion E. Hart, of Roxbury, Mass., will teach
next year in the Groton, Mass.. High School.

Miss M. Gertrude Gould, a graduate of the
State Normal School, Salem, Mass., will be a
new teacher the coming year in the Watertown.
Conn., High School.



H. T. Jett, of Greenville. 111., has accepted a
position in the Topeka. Kan., High School, as
head of the commercial department.

P. B. Trewer, of Mt. Morris, N. Y., has en-
gaged for next year with the Newark, N. J.,
Business College.

Miss Myrtle Schroeder, of Des Moines, Iowa,
has been elected to a position in the Earlham
Iowa, High School for the coming year.

Miss Sadie Pickard. of the Dovor, N. H., Busi-
ness College, will be a new shorthand teacher in
the Haverhill Business College, Haverhill.
Mass., next year.

Walter Bailey, this yeara student in Goldey
College. Wilmington, Del., goes next year to
Columbia S. C. where he will have charge of
the commercial department in the Colum-
bia High School.

C. M. Drake, for two years principal of the
Yale Business College. New Haven. Conn..
will be a riew commercial teacher in the Al-
buquorque, X. Mex., Business College, during
the coming year.

Charles E. Hutchins. this year with Tyler,
Business Institute, Worcester, Mass., will have
charge of the commercial department in the
Fitchburg, Mass., High School during the next
school year.

Miss Ermie B. Stone, of New Britain, Conn.'
has been selected for a position as shorthand
teacher in the Stillman Business College, Dan -
bury, Conn.

W. P. Henning, for a number of years with
the Palmer School, Philadelphia, has recently
been chosen for a position as commercial
teacher in the Allegheny, Pa., High School.

Miss Sylvia Thestrup. of Lawrence, Kan., has
been employed to teach the commercial sub-
jects in the Blue Rapids, Kan., High School.

Miss Grace B. Cooper, of Brooklyn. N. Y..
will be the new commercial teacher next year in
the South River. N. J., High School.

D. A. Hiles, of the Western Normal College,
Shenandoah. Iowa, goes to the Moscow, Idaho,
Business College.

Roy F. Snyder, this year with the Nutley, N.
J., High School, has been'chosen as commercial
teacher in the Westfield, N. J., High School for
the coming year.

Mrs. Helen E. Long, this year with the Mai-
den. Mass., High School, has been added to the
staff of shorthand teachers in Burdett College,
Boston, Mass.

A. W.Ross, of Manchester, N. H.. will have
charge of the commercial department next year
in Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, Mass.

The Plainville. Mass., High School has se-
cured a new commercial teacher in Miss Dora
Thayer, a graduate of Simmons College, Boston,

C. U. Nichols, of St. Joseph, Mo., has ob-
tained a position as commercial teacher in the
Clay Center, Kan., High School.

A. R. Dorman, of Middleboro, Mass.. has
been elected to the position of commercial
teacher in the New Bedford, Mass., High
School.

H.W. French, this year assistant commercial
teacher in the Lima..N. Y.. School of Commerce,
will teach commercial subjects next year in the
Camden, N. J., Commercial School.

Miss Edith L. Curtis, of Spencer, Mass., will be
the new commercial teacher in the Shrewsbury,
Mass.. High School.

B. M. Winkleman. this year with the Albany,
N. Y., Business College, has recently signed a
contract to teach penmanship and commercial
subjects in the Central High School of Minn-
eapolis.

Mr. H. L. Darner, ofthe FallsCity, Neb., Bus-
iness College, succeeded Mr. Fred Berkman as
penman in the big Blair Business College,
Spokane, Wn. No better man could have been
secured, and the same can as truthfully be said
ofthe position.



C. O. Weeks, of North Rose, N. V„ has been
recently elected as commercial teacher ofthe
Poughkeepsie N. Y., High School.

H. D. Fades, of Paducah, Ky., is the new
principal of the Commercial High school. La
Junta, Colo.; C. H. Woods, of Oswego, Kan.,
the assistant principal.

Reverly Deuel, of Clarksville, Mich., goes to
the LaForte, Ind., High School as head of the
commercial department.

C. W. Edmondson, of Arbela, Mo., has ac-
cepted a position as supervisor of penmanship
and head of the commercial department of the
Chattanooga, Tenn., High School.

Raymond H. Gray, of Minneapolis, is the new
commercial teacher in the West High school,
Minneapolis. '

Miss M. Eleanor Peterson, Farmington, Mich.,
has charge of the commercial department in
the LeMarr, Iowa, High School this year.

Miss Mary A. Cook, of Bridport, Vermont, has
been engaged to teach commercial branches in
National Park Seminary, Forest Clen, Md.

W. D. Wigent, of Ord, Neb., is now engaged
in his new position, Kan., Business College.

P. B. Trower, of Mt. Morris, N. Y., has been
selected for a position with the Newark, N. J.,
Business College.

Ernest Seavey, of Newton Junction, N. H., is
the new commercial teacher in the Schenectady,
N., Y. Business School.

W. Harris Redmond, of Lemon, Mich., is
the new commercial teacher in the Canton,
111., High School.

J. C. Burridge, of Orange, N. J., has been
chosen for a position as commercial teacher in
the Drake College of Orange.

F. C. Hemphill, of Wichita, Kan., has been
engaged to take charge of the Actual Business
Department, of the Salt City Business College,
Hutchinson, Kan.

Lee F. Newton goes from the Cleary Business
College, Ypsilanti, Mich., to the Alpena, Mich.,
High School.

C. M. Wright, of Red Cloud, Neb., is the
new commercial teacher in Holmes Business
College, Portland, Oregon.

T. A. Lucas, of Rochester, N. Y„ has accepted
a pdsiton as instructor in Benn Pitman short-
hand and allied branches in the the Pottsville,
Pa., Business College.

C. W. Annable. of Rochester, N. Y., has been
added to the staff of the Holyoke, Mass., High
School.

A. K. Harris of South Bethlehem, Pa., has ob-
tained a position in the Coleman National Busi-
ness College of Newark, N. J.

Miss Jennie Charlesworth. this year of Napa.
Calif., has been chosen for a position as short
hand teacher in the McKinley High School,
Honolulu, Hawaii.

B. E. Alward, formerly principal of the Pome-
roy, Ohio, Business College, is a new com-
mercial teacher in Dawson's Business College,
Fitchburg, Mass.

F W, Parker, of Syracuse, N. Y., will be at
Little Falls, N. Y., during the coming year.

L. C. Kline, of Brooklyn, has taken charge of
of the shorthand and typewriting departments
of Heald's Business College, Stockton, Calif.

W. A. Miller, of Huron, Mo., goes to Brown's
Business College, Kansas City, Mo.

R. L Musselman, of Marion, Ind., has been
appointed commercial teacher in the Piqua,
Ohio, High School.

A.E.Dawson, Hoopston, 111., is engaged to
teach in Brown's Business College, Danville, 111.

Miss Mae F. Burrell, of Dundee, Ohio, is
a new teacher in the Dennison, Ohio, High
School.

P. J. Duffus, recently of Charlottetown, P. E.
I., is now teaching in the Niagara Business In-
stitute, Niagara Falls. N. Y.



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Ethel S. Nash, of Northampton, Mass., has se-
cured a position in the commercial department
of the Simsbury, Conn., High School.

C. H. Preston, of Milwaukee. Wis., has been
elected to the position of instructor in account-
ing and assistant in economics in the University
of Minnesota.

The Board of Education of Mount Pleasant,
Pa., has recently elected Mr. E. C. Bricher,
Poughkeepsie. N. Y., to the position of teacher
of commercial branches in the Mt, Pleasant
High School.

H. C. Duff us, of Thamesville, Ont., has
charge of the commercial department of Morrill
College, Stamford. Conn.

Kathleen Riley, of Carlisle. Pa., goes to the
Stroudsburg, Pa.. High School to take up com-
mercial teaching.

Charles F. Schlatter, of Pulaski, Iowa, has ac-
cepted a position in the Township High School
at I.;iSalle, 111.

Miss Fannie C. Peck, of Sidney N. Y., is
teaching in Irvington, X. Y.. during the school
year.

J. K. Boyle, of Butler, Ind.. has been elected
for the position as commercial teacher in the
Shelton, Conn., High School.

Miss Mildred C. Leffingwell. of Rutland, Yt..
will teach penmanship during the coming
year at Brandon, Yt.

Miss Madeline Slade, a graduate of the State
Normal School, Salem, Mass., is teaching in the
Clinton. Mass., High School.

B. C. Bacon, of Pasadena, Calif., is the new
supervisor of penmanship in the Everett, Wash.,
public schools.

P. E. Leavenworth, of Little Rock. Ark., has
recently been elected as commercial teacher in
the Fergus Falls, Minn.. High School.

Lydia S. Matherson, goes from the East Syra-
cuse, N. Y., High School to the High School
in Haddon Heights, N.J.

Frank G. Hoole will teach commercial
branches this year in the Anoka, Minn., High
School.

L. B. Gregory, formerly of Bay City Mich.,
has been added to the staff of the North Division
High School, Milwaukee, Wis.

F. D. Willis has obtained a position as com-
mercial teacher in the Ottumwa. Iowa, High
School.

A. T. Burke, of Monrovia, Md.. has been en-
gaged to teach in the commercial department of
Spencer's Business School. Kingston. N. Y.

Clarence A. Bales, of Huntington Beach,
Calif., has been appointed to fill the vacancy in
the commercial department of the Helena,
Mont., High School.

Bessie M. Cothoudt, of Cortland. X. Y.. has
accepted a position in the high school at Hast-
ings-on-Hudson, X- V.

Flora B.Richardson, of Wattsfield. Yl., will
teach shorthand this year in the Rhode Island
Commercial School, Providence, R. I.

R. E. Huffman, of Winona Lake, Ind., lias
secured a position as commercial teacher in the
Sioux City, Iowa, High School.

A. D. Skeels, of Detroit Mich., is the new pen-
manship teacher in the Cass High School, De
troit.

Ethel F. Scott, of Somen ille, Mass.. is now
teaching in the high school, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.

Alice Campbell, of New York City, has been
chosen to handle the commercial work in the
Pleasantville, N. J.. High School.

F. M", Schuck is the new commercial teacher
in Clark's Tangible Business College, Kansas
City, Kan.

E. G. Childs is the new assistant in Hettley,
Institute. Brooklyn, N. Y.

Miss Ethel Bascom, of Fitchburg. Mass.,
accepted a position with the Berkshire Business
College, Pittsfield, Mass.

Miss Hazel Waite, of Wilmington, Mass., is
teaching in Huntington, Mass.



Miss Anna Raguse, of Boston, Mass., has
been chosen to teach in the commercial depart-
ment ot the East Maine Conference Seminary,
Bucksport, Maine.

John Burkman, formerly of Detroit, Mich.,
is principal of the commercial department ot
the Celwein, Iowa, Business University.

Clifford N. Nye is teaching in the commercial
department of the Revere, Mass., High School
this coming year.

J. Frank Bowers, of Lamed, Kansas, has
closed a contract with the Wenatchee Business
College, Wenatchee, Wash., to take charge of
the commercial department in that school

Miss Jean Love has secured a position witli
the Bryant & Stratton Business College of
Buffalo. X. Y.

L. C. Townsend, of Austin, 111., has been
elected to fill the commercial position in the
Grand Forks, X. Dak., High School.

Rex C. Buker has been appointed commercial
teacher in the St. Louis, Mo.. Commercial Col-
lege.

Miss Mae Burrell. ol Dundee. Ohio, is teach-
ing in Gunnison, Colorado.

H. G. Leffingwell. of Kingston. X. Y„ is a
new teacher in (lie Meadville, Penn., Com-
mercial College.

George O.Parker, of Mt. Holly, N. J., suc-
ceeds 1- . M. Booth as commercial teacher in the
Eastman-Gaines School. New York City. Mr.
Booth wasteaching in one of the New York City
High Schools.

L. G. Holl, of Akron, Ohio, has been engaged
to handle the commercial work in the Gallon,
O., High School.

M. M. Mackinder. of Ann Arbor, Mich., has
charge of the commercial work in the Dil-
lon, Mont.. High School during this year.

Miss Florence T. Davis, last year commercial
teacher in Simonds Free High School. Warner
X. 11., is this year commercial teacher in the
Barnstable High School, Hyannis, Mass.

Miss Maud Tinsman has been engaged to as-
sist in the shorthand department of the Easton



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