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The College offers four-year courses and degrees in Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Commerce and Finance. Preparatory Division prepares for entrance te any college. Separate Junier Scheel for boys of 1 2 and upwards. Early application is imperative. Only sixty new students will be admitted in September. Infantry Cavalry COL. CHARLES E. HYATT Artillery Bex 22 Chester, Pa. V Perkiomen Scheel for Upwards of 50 Per Cent of the Graduates Become Leaders and Hener Men at Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Pennsylvania Lafayette, Lehigh, Penn State Delaware College, Franklin-Marshall, Ursinus A Few Mere Scholarships The Scheel Is Net Conducted for Profit Rates Are Moderate A Qonavate IiiniM rVir.ril cemPlctc'y equipped, is under constant, close supervision. Large campus, gymnasium, all athletics wholesome Christian influence and enjoy the delightful home life of the school. Catalog and Information Sent en Request A fine school spirit prevails. Beys are under a OSCAR S. KRIEBEL, D. D., Principal Bex 119, Pennsburg, Pa. ., .lli I I plillllllllll'lll!IW'l'l'l"H!ll""t''lllll' H',111,,, Ml i .1 ,1 ill'liil'iii .i'. ,llil, 'jii'1. ,l liiiiiB ll.lll,lll,i;iliilil'!lli'Ml'l!llllillllll'l!!lHI!!llll!li!li1i BllllllliilHii 'llllll'lll'llillllll.lll'l 'i., I i.Miiiiiiiwi.iij'n ,ii iii i iini. iiniiii.r HiiNnHi.iimiiiiiiiiiiiigiliiiitiiiiiiliiii i 'n'l ijiiuililiiuiiliUmiiiiimii Jltuu.t il' jiumiDflllliiiii.. BORDENTOWN MILITARY INSTITUTE If you want your boy trained by specialists te meet the responsibilities of manhood squarely, fearlessly and efficiently in college or in business Write, telephone or visit COL. T. D. LANDON, Principal Bordentown, N. J. Telephone Bordentown 20 38th Year Begins Sept. 20 Fosteffice Bex 18 On September 17th, 1921, the following notice appeared in the Public Ledger: The Beard of Overseers and Staff of the William Penn Charter Scheel announce that registration and enrollment have been com pleted and that the 233d academic year begins en Tuesday, September 20th, preceded by make-up exam inations en Monday, September 1 9th. It is especially important this year for prospective patrons of the Scheel te make early arrangements, for the same conditions obtain this season as last. RICHARD M. GUMMERE, Ph. D. Headmaster. FISHBURNE MILITARY SCHOOL WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA Member of Association of Schools and Colleges of the Southern Statu GRADUATES ADMITTED TO WEST POINT AND NAVAL ACADEMY WITHOUT EXAMINATION TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR SWIMMING POOL AN" Knglish, Classical nnil Scientific Scheel which prepares boys and yeuiiff men for celleec, university or for business life. With Its $250,000 speclnlly designed, fireproof bulldlnit, and with Ht tip-to-diite furnlshlnKU nnd appliances, Flshburne Is new one of the best equipped military Bchoels In the Seuth. located about four hours from IVashlnirten In the beautiful "Val!y of Virginia." near the head waters of the Shennndeah River. Frem Its splendid campus, 1300 feet nbeve sea level, a. view of Kills nnd the Blu flldRe Mountains Is obtained which enraptures with Its beauty. Excellent water, pure, llRht nlr and Reed drainage give the school a notable health record. Classes arc ltept purposely small, the average being from 8 te 10. The large and nble fnculty Is thus enabled te nssoclate Intimately with ituilents and give Individual instruction. Rate $600. R. O. T. C under War Department. Annual Spring Encumpment near famous Grottoes. Fer Catalogue Address MAJOR MORGAN H. HUDGINS Principal BOX B, WAYNESBORO, VIRGINIA Gettysburg Academy A Finely Equipped Bearding Scheel for 100 Beys Modern buildings, comfortable and homelike. Beau tiful iind healthful location near the mountains. Large athletic field. All sports. New swimming peel. Junier Heuse. $360 te $440. Ninety-sixth year opens September 20, i ..i 111 e Ttmms l -'Ij u7&mm, liJp'FHjHPv :'VWJBKI mmthskrytsrstm. rsMEmm Chatham Training Scheel Chatham, Virginia A Preparatory Scheel for Beys and Yeung Men "Making Men Net Meney" A Southern Scheel That Will Appeal te Northern People A handsome, modern gymnasium, an auditorium, and additional dormi tories have just been completed. Claude A. Swan&en, Junier Senater from Virginia and former Governer of this state, says: "These desiring te get a geed education or, thorough training for college will de is ell te attend this school." The total expense for the school year Is $365. Ministerial students mar enroll for $280. Fer catalogue and particulars address COL. A. H. CAMDEN, A. B, Chatham Training Scheel, Chatham, Va. Consult Public Ledger Bureau Rev. Charles H. Huber, Litt. D. Headmaster Bex F, Gettysburg, Pa. $&mJli Bingham military Scheel ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Sanitation Safety Quiet 3HkAi E4Zte "ttaE5S5M!!a?V. &&& ,. WfcgxfTi!KtijC;yfc!jp 1vferitr?Vw . zzmzZ&ZL .,, V,..., ff.i'vlt',I,.U,"t Sch"?' fur 1,os'" '" h Heu'bern SIbIm.,, for Hm'W t"ni, s,V.,"J ,,ura .f-WH'fy It I" rrelmbly net excelled by any Scheel n if ,,,Tr n, i Ur J1"""" nr laMi Impre.JM with th Hat'lV nd SanllBtlen miii r , m "r0""8 of "iie.t(iry brick bulliiB. Our boys are supplied each day with y;Xner,tt, iui uirir pu ALLEN-CHALMERS Scheel for Beys West Newton, Mass A country school with militnry training, nine miles from Boten. Te fit well for college i te fit for life. Our graduate, are .uccet.Fu! in leading colleges nnd trchnicnl ocheok Rebu.t m'ndt 'n rebu.t Wediei. Gymnasium, rink, jwimming peel, athletic held. Upper and Lewer SchoeU. Fer booklet nddr-i"i t. THOMAS CHALMERS, A.B., D.D., Director Walthcm St., West Newton, Mass. Castle Hill Academy Lexington, Virginia Located in the famous Valley of Virginia. Ideal climate. Prepares for Colleges, Universities, Government Acade mies and Business. Select Patronage. Streng Faculty. Military Training. Magnificent Buildings. Large Gym nasium. Department for Beys under thirteen. Fer cata logue, address THE SUPERINTENDENT. WWMWMWMWMMMMMMWMMMWMWMWAWVMMAMMAMn AUetiiewn Preparatory l StHOOL Prepares for college or technical school, Small classes, individual instruction. Student govern ment. All athletics. Splendid modern buildings. Large campus and gymnasium. Special care for younger boys. Rate, $500. Catalog. IRVIN M. SHALTER, A. M., Headmaster . .. 1 1 ' .. . "" '" I'lll .Tllr.T' " "" '"" """ '"r ,hlij WO fit BCUOOl. Kr cutnlecue nnJ partlcuiari feniill I'nlillr lilitrr lliirruii. AMinlllr, '. c. WAYNK. V t. i.vkr'h sciinnr. Wayne (Main Une P. n, H ). 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