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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1893)
p Two Young Men
f Farmer Boys
f decided to better their lot in life.
& One wanted to be a business man,
the other an educator. Prepara
tion was necessary of course. They
$ 1 40 Each
at- the Western Normal Col
lege, Lincoln, Neb. This sum ,
paid the school expenses for
one year ot lortv-oight weeks.
A Good Education.
This was a life endowment and
besides the ploasuro.comfort.satis
f notion and mental discipline to bo
derived from the education itself,
it elevated them in the eyes of
their fellow men.
They Now Earn
A Year Each.
One as cashier of a national j
brink nnrl ctnnb 1m1 rlnp tit (n.i
banks, the other as professor V'J
in a lending western college, j
iiotn are model young men"
and have the confidence, res-,
peet and esteem of the busi
ness men, students and all'
classes of people with whom,
they are brought in contact.
They attribute their success'
to the training received at,
the Western Normal College.
This college has done a like"
service (in a greater or less,
degree)for its 12000 graduates.
It can mid will do it for you. '
'You In a Rut?
k If so get out of it. For particulars
K as to when nnd how. suml fm tmr. '
traits and histories of the above
mentioned young men and many
others. Make your decision to-day. '
W:ite at once.
WM. M. CKOAX, President.
IV. J. KINSL.KY, Soe'y uud Trons.
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