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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1923)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHEW
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RED CLOUD CITY SCHOOLS
School will open Monday September 3rd. New students will enroll ami check credits Saturday,
September, 1st. 9 to 12 M.
Non-rcaidcnt students are lcquired (in accordance with the law) to show certificates permitting
free attendance or pay one semesters tuition in advance. Students holding free High School certifi
cates from Kansas will be nllowcd to apply the same on their tuition. (High School tuition $51 00 per
semester, Grade tuition $27.00 per semester.) Tuition to be paid to the Superintendent.
All students aio required to enroll in the Acadimic course (College Preparatory) unless accom
panied by their parent or guardian, or presenting written permission to enroll in one of the special
cour.es (Knglish, Normal Training, Commercial or Smith-Hughes ) When u rtudent elects upon a
course he will not be allowed to change to another.
Students arc required to carry four subjects. Only those students whose grades have averaged 009c
or hotter will be allowed to carry more than four subjects.
Credit will bo given for music, when the student complies witli the conditions established by the
State Department of Education.
Promotions will be governed by the following. Itequired average 80. No study below 70.
A pupil cannot maintain satisfactory grades without Home Study. It is therefore imperative that peri
ods of home study shall be free from interruption, and as regular and unbroken as though they occurcd
at school under the supervision of the teacher.
The following Courses of Study are offered:
'ACADEMIC Ninth Grado
1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER
Eng. I Eng. II
Algebra I Algebra II
Biology Gen. Scicnco
Language (Latin or Spanish)
Gcom. Plane Geom. Plane
Caesar or Spanish Cucanr or Spanish
Greek History Konmn History
English III llotany
, ELEVENTH GKADK
Eng. V.. Kit VI.
European History European History
Lang, or Math. Lnn or JInUi.
American Hist. American lliit.
Eng. i VII. Eiig. VIII
Note: Graduates of the above confrsc wjll be
admitted to the State Uni. or any College of
equal rank without examination.
NORMAL TRAINING Ninth Grade
1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER
Eng. I. Eng. II
Algebra I. Algebra II
Language (Latin or Spanish) or Dom. Sci.
Geom. Plane Gcom. Piano
Language or Dom. Sci. Language or Don. Sci.
Greek History Roman Ilistoiy
English 1IL Bot..ny
Eng. V. Eng. VI
Phyiics 1 hysics
Reviews II Reviews II.
Language- or Math. Language or Math.
American Hist. Amuricnn Hist.
Civjcs it Eng. VIII
Reviews "l2 Keiow 12.
& 01)!. Public School Music
Note: Normal training students are urged
to combine Normal Training with the Aca
domic by electing two years or luiuagp,
this permits a student to enter college upon
graduation, without examination.
uNoto: Commercial work is offered to all students, those electing the full course being given preference
in caso the department is overcrowded.
Short Hand I
Short hand III.
Gen. Sci. .
Com. Eng. IV
Short Hand II
1ST SEMESTER . 2ND SEMESTER
Live Stock Production
Farm Shop Work
Related Homo Troject
Live Stock Prod.
Farm Shop Work
Fnrm Shop Work
Related Home Project
Com. Eng. IV
Farm Shop Work
Note: The Students are required to do at least six months supervised practical work, under the direc
tion of the Smith-Hughes, supervisor. This work Is continued throughout the summer months.
Eng. V. Eng. VI
Algebra III. Solid Geom.
Note: Students not wishing Uni. entrance
credits may elect some other subject than
this a rd year of Math. However everyone
is urged to take the math, in order that they
will be able to enter a College or University.
European Hist. European Hist.
American Hist. American Hist.
The methods of instruction in the Smith-Hughes course shall combine supervised study, laboratory
demonstrations, recitations and field trips, supplemented by individual practicums and home projects
The development shall be from the standpoint of productive farming and not that of scientific investiga
lion. In order to receive credit from this course the pupil must conduct his Home Project work suc
cessfully. No credit will be given if the student fails in this practical application of the work.
The instructor of this course shall be a graduate of a four year agriculture course in a standard
agriculture college. He must meet the state lequirements for professional credit in educational cours
es. He must have had at least two years practical furm experience.
The Smith-Hughes instructor shall be omployed the year round. During the summer months he
visits and supervises the work of the Smith-Hughes students.
The home project, shall consist of a farm enterprise, on which books arc kept, inventories taken,
. and final statements made, and undertaken by the pupil with full responsibility on his part for both fi
nancing the project and doing the work.
The individual praticums, which shall consist oC practice in particular farm jobs to develop skill
anu efficiency in farm operations.
General Farm work. Farm boys arc naturally doing many jobs about the home farm, and an ef
fort will be made to so organize this general work as to make it supplement the students agriculture in
struction. Town and city boys taking this courso will b encouraged to accept employment on the farm
duiing the summer months in order to meet tins requ'remcr.t.
Patrons wishing further infromation in regard to tho different courses offered by the Red Cloud
City Schools may secure it by confering with tho Superintendent.
A. B. GELWICK, Superintendent Red Cloud City Schools.
Justice Above All.
"'ho flpntlment of Justice Is so natu
ral, so universally acquired by all
juunklud, that It seeniu to be Indo
ident of ull law, ull party, all r
Udon. Volttlra. '
New Zealand Bird a Plague.
Thi I tn, a parrot of Now ".I'nlund,
s luryi as a chU'Uoii hawk, has been
known to kill thousands of aheap
pearly to satisfy n crating for kid
A gentleman is a mnn who knows
how to be polite to his wifo.
The school tax indicates that raco
sulcldo Is not popular In Nebraska.
A great man appears great only by
contrast with his fool associates.
Too many people find fault with
religion without knowing what it is.
Not all the air you find around a
garago i3 free, especially the hot
It is not considered good form to
swat a fly while ho is crawling ovor
Hcv to mnke Surprise Cream
Puffs: Fill them with peppersauco
instead of custard.
Friday is ono of tho seven days on
which it is unlucky to try to beat a
railroad train to a crossing.
Ono wny to keep your wife from
asking for money so often is to give
lur a quarter unco in awhile.
Tho ond .Vert clear t:ijy como
Iv. k but it is rca unablv certain Unit
it will always cost at least a dime.
A lot of trouble might be avoided
in this work if more people were deaf
and dumb and were unable to writo.
Fnb Brown is raining his nzor
b: 'c hujrs to cut hU corn this fall by
rub-,' n their bc'rboncs aga'mt it.
All rf us shoul 1 believe in Kinking
improvements but doing things a new
way often means that they are done
Wo all ngreo that there arc too
many laws. But every man knows
of one or two more that ought to bo
, Different kinds of correspondence
shows up in court but nothing is quite
so interesting as a fat man's love
Sometimes I think tho world is
going to smash. And then I rend
another popular novel and don't caro
if it docs.
n Why does anyone take tho trouble
to inform us about advances in the
cost of living? Wo always find it out
C When I mnke a success. ,of, what I
undertake it is the result of good
judgment. Whon the other fellow
wins out it is luck.
f If you are not getting as many
pails of milk from your cows as you
would like why not invest in a sup
ply of smaller pails?
Why do members of congress go
to Europe to study tho situation when,
to hear them talk, they know all
about it before they go?
One cause of continued poverty is
the willingness of the general public
to invest in things that promise to
pay CO percent dividends.
One way to bring national prohibi
tion would be to pass a law compell
ing everyone to get drunk at least
once n week. It would then be con
sidered ns smnrt to do without hootch
as it is now considered smart to drink
One good thing that can bo said
for flics ond mosquitos is that they
keep lots of people from just sitting
around nnd doing nothing.
No man is ever ns good as wife
thinks he is when she is in n good
humor or as bad as she thinks he is
when she is mad nt him.
If that now dope that makes people
tell the truth is a success I'd like to
buy a few barrels of it to give to some
Nebraska editors I know.
A poet says that to make life worth
while we must snuggle up to beauty.
I'd like to follow tho advico but The
Boss watches me too close.
It used to take a man years to
drink himself to death. But in these
efficient days of bootleg whiskey tho
job can be done in ten minutes.
Tho weaker tho body the better
chance a disease germ has. Perhaps
this is true of the mind. Anyhow,
it is nn easy way to account for n
lot of tho fool notions that become
Why Pay ExcessVe Rates
The Great Northern Steamship Company
Announces that Arrangements are Now
Being Made for Monthly
$ 1 1 0 Round Trips to Europe
One Way $65
London, Liverpool, LoHavro
One Way $75
Chrlltiania, Stockholm; Helslngtors
uanzig, Klga, Copenhagen
THE ABOVE PRICES WILL INCLUDE RAILROAD FARES TO
POINTS AS FAR NORTH AS STOCKHOLM
The Company plans to carry approximately two thousand passengers
monthly. Make your plans now (or a trip during the coming season.
A round trip, with all expenses on
shipboard included, at no more ex
pense than a vac.irioit right here at
home! To meet th'e ever increasing
demand in this country (or an in
expensive 'and at the same time
thoroughly comfortable and cur
able trans-Atlantic voyage, is the
piime object of the Great Northern
blcamship Company. Org.ui2td
oy progressive business men .10
who wish to visit the battlefields of
France, the Shakespeare conntr
Scandinavia, the Land of the Mid
night Sun, etc. A chance of a life
time! So it would .seem; but it is
more than that. The coirpan will
build for a permanent business,
planning on .setting a new standaid
of hih-clais ocean travel on a one
class basis. That this can be done
at a fair m.-'iu of profit has al
ready ueen proved a'Ki is 'in,, w
'1 u 11
r-.ali7c the exceptional epportrmtv
onered for inexpensive lu.vcl in .(uthiudin our prc.-jectr
i r-rope, me company v.m eater to mut il extremely interest!"
the thousands ot '.kl'i,.cnt pcr-.c:is
WE WILL ALSO SHOW YOU HOW YOU KAY
BECOME A PART-OWNER IN THE MOST TALKED
OF ENTERPRISE IN YEARS
Wo have an oponlng lor an energetic representative in your locality. This
is an oxcollent opportunity for n person of character to build up a
permanent business both for himself and tho Great Northern.
" Cut out and mail with your name and address " . ;
Edmunds Bldg., Suite 54
I am interested in securing full in
formation regarding a trip to:
(Mark a cross) One way Round trip
Noaway . ...
United States Service, Inc.
Head Office, Edmunds Bldg.
( Check )
Enclose find P. O. Order for
( Draft 1
as payment i
Street or R. f. d..
City or town
units of the shares of The Great
Northern Steamship Company. Inc.
Price per unit $50.00.
(Four Preferred and two Common
Shares to each unit.)
Have Certificate and Receipt issued
in the name of:
Street or R.f.d
City or town
The above price quoted for immedi
ate acceptance only.
When buying on installments 25 per
cent of purchase price must accom
pany order, balance may be made in
ten monthly paymentc.
WE HAVE WEIR CITY
I The Malone-Gellatly Co. ;!
The Letter Q.
Tho ortfT'n of the letter Q Is Inter
esting In view of Its Mmllnrlty to tho
letter O. Tho name la derireti from
the French word Queue, raeanlnj tail,
M the letter Is O with a tall. ,.
A Chadron merchant says it is easy
to live a peaceful nnd undisturbed lifo
If lve spends no mnnoy for advertising.
An enstorn judiro says it Is right
nnd proper for tho wifo to rule tho
home. Since women hnvo nlwnys as
sumed this right why waste tlmo
stating n self-ovident fact?
An oastern authority says nil fat
men should wonr corsets if they wont
to be beautiful. I know two Nebraska
editors who should have their
measure taken right away.
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jg&r-as?gKm g 1 1 1 IV
ASTOUNDING IN IT5
ITS WEALTH OF EX
A Million Dollar Investment Returning a Hundred
cents on the Uollar in benefits every year.
(An indication of Itie progress of the 5tale;s citizens
for the past yean agriculturally industrially ana
NEBRASKA AT A measuring rod of the States Wealth.resources
A GLANCE land possibilities
NEVER ON A BIGGER SCALE K
TfieState's Expression of its Citizens' Ideate and Purposes.
REDUCED RAILROAD RATES-FARE AND ONE THIRD ROUND TRIP, i
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