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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, AUGUST 15. 1921. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Y.M.C. A. Schools To Cover a Wide Range This Year Accountancy, Salesmanship And Advertising Included On Course of Study for Winter Session. Accountancy, salesmanship, pub lic speaking, advertising, commercial law and commercial art will be among the leading courses to be of fered by the Y. M. C A. this com ing fall and winter. Thirty differ ent courses will be taught. H. C. Moeller will be the dean of the school of accountancy and busi ness administration.- He will be as sisted by G. L. Greenfield, public accountant; Kenneth Finlayson, at torney, and O. J. Dickey, teacher at Commercial high school. Popular Course. Accountancy and business admin istration is a very popular course because it meets the needs of every line of business. The Y. M. C. A. national course is standardized and being offered in all of the leading cities of the United States. George Barker will have charge of the commercial art department. E. L. Holland, advertising mana ger Orchard & Wilhelm. will have charge of the advertising course. The course will be enlarged upon this year and will be much better than offered last year. Any person interested iri advertising ought to in vestigate this course. To Teach Law. Kenneth Finlayson will teach the commercial law. -, ' With the" advantage of the home study offered by the Y. M. C. A. ' the department of educaion is in a position to satisfy the needs of every young man no matter what course ' of study he desires to follow. Any one wishing information should see ' C. J. Shaw, director of education, or ' Daniel Jensen, assistant director. Th two mlssionsry societies of the 7 Bethany church hld an open meeting on th college campus Friday evening In honor of Miss Wenona Wilkinson. Miss Wilkinson g&va an address on tha work of her field. ' ST. MARY'S SCHOOL KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS A school under Episcopal control for re ftnad girls from 12 to 18 years of age. Attractivt location with fine school en vironment. The school's high ideals and standards result in sound scholar ship. Physical culture and development of each girl is featured. Athletics and outdoor sports and recreations. Four hours (ram Chicago. For Catalog, Address The, Rot. Francis L. Carrington, LL. D., Den. School Gives Training In Actual Office Work Young men and women entering business should thoroughly under stand the routine work of the aver age office. E. A. Dworak, certified public ac countant, founder of the Dworak School of Accounting, has prepared an up-to-date complete training course for his school. Every student learns the office routine duties from actual work. Omaha business men are calling on the school for trained account ants, stenographers, private secre taries and general office help. Young people must realize that a thorough training is the only successful road to a high-class position. ' Cotner College Floyd Bash,' 'Ot. and family of Wel lington, Kan., have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Bash of Bethany. Bev. Mr. Bash filled the pulpit Sunday In the ab sence of Rev. Mr. Stevens. Mrs. Hubert Shellenberger of Alliance, Neb., a former Cotner student, visited her sister and mother, Wenona and Mrs. Wil kinson, who have recently arrived from China. Marvin Schafer, '21, has accepted a teaching position In the Walton High school. , Mr. and Mrs. Dade Wilson were visit ers at the Blcknell home last jyeek. Mr. Wilson has accepted a position at the new state reformatory at Lincoln. HL mm m wmml One o the I SCHOOL Urqeit music school, in .America Complete courses m piano, voice, violin, public school music, dramatio art, leading to diplomas. Dormitoro. for Ladies Send Jot free catalogue fau. Ttwn optns sept. mcoiut at sin mmntAPOUS, i I SEPT. STH I kP0us.ro.rat1 I Course) of Stud Shorthand Typewriting Secretarial Bookkeeping Accounting Civil Service Multlgraph Comptometer Salesmanship POSITIONS SECURED FOR GRADUATES. DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL ENROLL ANY TIME Investigate this school. It has paid others and it will pay you. Call Doug. 7774 or write. American Institute of Business Efficiency 2nd Floor I. O. O. F. Bldf, MllillllllHIIIINilJulUsllllHSW . Jtct TTnnifTrA irroT rvAT UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY PLACE. NEBR. 5 I College trained men and women are remaking the world. Fall quarter opens September 12. College of Liberal I Arts with many professional courses. College of Fine 5 ArW' with Schools of Music, Art and Expression. Teach- s ? era' College. Beautiful campus. Fine equipment. Large faculty. College sports encouraged. Address I CHANCELLOR SCHRECKENGAST. 5nsiiiiil:iliiini:illiilillHtiiliiiniiiiniiilimtiliil''l MOUNT ST. MARY'S SEMINARY 15th and Castelar Sts. Omaha, Neb. , Boarding and Day School for Girls and Young Ladies. Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Presents complete academic course, commercial, special normal training advantages and splendid facilities in art and music. Nebraska School of Business "Nebraska's Best Business College" Approved by the State Department of Public Institution. FALL TERM OPENS- SEPT. 5th T. A. Blakeslee, A. B., Ph. B., President Cor. O and 14th St.. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Personal Attention To Be Featured at New School in Omaha The School of Individual Instruc tion, 3507 Harney street, is a non sectarian school for boys and girls 4 to 16 years old. The curriculum includes the following department: First and second-year high, gram mar, primary and kindergarten. The school centrally located near the Blackstone. fills a long-iclt want. The refined atmosphere, airy rooms and personal attention make for" the mental and moral growtn ot Doys and girls. Personal attention given to tne average child means that he does not have to wait for backward ones to "catch up." On the other hand the backward pupils need not skip or hurry work to keep up in class. The modern, attractive kinder garten department will be ready for the little tots September 6 on which date the fall term of the school opens. University of Omaha Trnf. Vahn n H. Vartanlan of rainons colege, Fairfield, a has been elected professor ef ethics, psycholony of religion and Bible extension work at the Univer sity of Omaha. Trofessor Vartanlan Is a graduate of Anatolia college and also the Bible school of New York, in which Institution he taught before coming west. He" also re ceived the degree of master of arts at Columbia university. New York, In the de partment of pedagogy. The law school opens the second week In October. Mm CARLETON COLLEGE . Donald J. Cowling, President NORTHFIELD, MINNESOTA A college of the first rank in Arts, Science, and Music. Modern, well equipped buildings, exceptional oppor tunities forathletics, debate, and oratory. , INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION The ratio of one instructor to twelve students provides for individual atten tion to each student. A facultv of well trained and experienced teachers, specialists in their subjects. COLLEGE AIMS To surround the students with influences that make for distinctively Chris tian character. For information or caialot, write to tht Chairman oj tbt Board 0 Deans, CatUlon Collegt, Nottbfield, Minn, , . DO ANE COLLEGE CRETE, NEBRASKA. A College giving foar years ot College work leading to the A. B. Degree. First Grade State Teachers' Certificates earned in two years and in four years. 1 A Conservatory k of Music, granting; Public School Certificates, Music Teachers' Certificates', Music Diplomas and finally a Bachelor of Music Degree. ' Pre-Medical, Pre-Law, Pre-Engineering. Live Athletics. Debating, Oratory. Registration September 0-10, 1921. Write for Catalog. Semi-Centennial Year begins September 9th, 1921. JOHN N. BENNETT, Pre.ident. Y.M. C. A. EVENING SCHOOL Gives you the opportunity for which you have been waiting. Are You Ready? Men who have been trained at this school will find themselves successfully equipped to make a place for themselves in the business world. Make Your Evenings Pay Dividends, Not Debts. "A CLASS FOR EVERY MAN" Classes Open September 16th 30 Courses Ask for Full Information. Young Men's Christian Association Phone ATlantic 160O Room 318, 17th and Harney Streets. , 0 , C. J. SHAW, Director. Was. 1 , tfH ........ to" TRINITY COLLEGE SIOUX CITY, IOWA FOR BOARDERS AND DAY STUDENTS Healthfully Located Two Miles Beyond the City Proper Collegiate-Academic-Commercial Courses Buildings Modern and Thoroughly Equipped School Opens September 6 Address Reverend President LSROWNELL HALL Diocesan School of Nebraska for Girls. Prepares for all colleges and univer sities. Unusual advantages in music, expression, household arts and French. Rate for Boarding Pupils, per year, $800. Rates for Day Pupils bprr KS: 4..?..8. For Information Address the Principal, 660 South 28th Street. Omaha. , "FULLY ACCREDITED SCHOOL" ST. BENEDICT'S COLLEGE and HIGH SCHOOL Complete college courses, academy and com mercial departments, modem buildings, , gymnasium and athletics. St. Benedict's Maur Hill Preparatory School tor Younger Boys, coaducted by tha Benedictine Fathers Address, Rev. Director, AtchisM, Kansas. Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska By reason of its location Creighton University is . . . e 1 s in a position to give invaiuaoie assistance to anyone entering its classes. The college is Non-Sectarian in all its professional courses. The location is ideal and combines the healthy out-of-door atmosphere with the culture and develop ments offered by the city. Omaha offers many opportunities to the student who seeks work while attending school. Let Creighton Help You Acquire An Education LOW TUITION Degree Given in Following; Courses! COLLEGE OF PHARMACY COLLEGE OF MEDICINE COLLEGE OF LAW COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGE OF COMMERCE, ACCOUNTS AND FINANCE Day and Night Classes. For further information write the Director Creighton University. Dept. A Omaha, Nebraska Dworak School of Accounting Fall Term Commences Sept 6th COMPLETE COURSES Higher Accounting, Auditing, Business Admini stration, Stenography, Operation of Calculating Machines, Filing, Indexing, dictaphone and Gen eral Office Training. Advantages Offered: Individual Instruction and Position TO OUR GRADUATES ENROLL NOW Call for Our Catalog or Telephone Douglas 7415 Dworak School of Accounting Second Floor Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. USE BEE WANT ADS THEY BRING RESULTS sfl y -0 "Wisdom! like tha Taber nacle of old, must take up its abode among the people." Come to University of Omaha Non-Sectarian-Co'Educational The University of Omaha points to a record of over eleven years of thorough work. Created and made possible by the business and professional men of this city, The University of Omaha offers ex ceptional opportunities to those who wish to secure an education at a reasonable expense. Under excellent moral and spiritual atmosphere. Highest class co-educational college in Omaha. Every facility possible for the physical development of the individual modern gymnasium and wholesome athletic spirit. COURSES INCLUDE College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Department of Fine and Applied Arts Home Economics Department Teachers' Training School Kindergarten Department Pre-Medical Department School of Law Two Years of Engineering Extension Department Department of Music Fall Term Begins September 14 Enlarged Faculty and Improved Curriculum Increased Equipment Omaha Unirer sity. offer the young people of Omaha course leading to de grees, at a low er cost, and equal to those offered by any western uniTersity. For further information .write University of Omaha, Dept. B. : : mm ; sjajeejjsjJJIJJJJJjJJ ' ""'""' ' . ',' 1 " 7, , ... I lsansniniann 1 ... , , , - , ... - BflDPL&KIP LL11, .FIEWKIT, Kllllfo MIDLAND COLLEGE AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL Fremont, Nebraska A Co-Educational Institution OPEN TO ALL No Dull Moments at Midland A SCHOOL WORTH WHILE WHICH INCLUDES College of Arts and Sciences, Preparatory and Normal School, School of Education, School of Commerce, School of Fine Arts, School of Household Arts, School of Ex pression, Model School for Teachers, consisting of Kin dergarten, Primary and Grades. Courses leading to all classes of Teachers' Certificates. IN BEAUTIFUL FREMONT A COLLEGE WITH HIGH STANDARDS Efficient Faculty Enthusiastic Student Body ' Dormitories for Girls Beautiful Campus A Helpful Spirit Homelike Environments Registration Begins September 12 and 13 Moderate Tuition Absolutely No Fees. Double rooms in College Dormitory, $1.25 week. Well served and excellently cooked food at College Dining Hall, $4.50 week. Write for Catalogue and Information E. E. STAUFFER, President.