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May 35, 1822
THE CITIZEN
Par Three
THE LOCATION OF
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Is ideal and desirable for home sites. It is situated on a beautiful elevation just outside the city limits, where
you will have NO CITY TAX to pay and within easy walking distance of the schools, churches and business
district of Berea. CANFIELDS SPLENDID SYSTEM OF BUS LINES pass this place at frequent intervals,
enabling you to go into Berea, Richmond or Lexington for less money than you could go in your own car.
A Street Scene
Ten days before this picture
was made this was a plain,
rather unsightly field. Today
nice broad streets are graded
through with shade and orna
mental trees set, and you will
agree when you sec it that
the lots arc beautiful. Our
California Bungalows lend ad
ditional beauty to this sub
division and we believe they
will appeal to you.
California Bungalows
Four lovely California B"uo
galows are nearing completion
in this new addition with
many more contemplating
building real soon. Come
out and look, them through
any time. You will be sur
prised.to see how attractive
they are from the outside and
how-convenient they are inside.
Buy Some of These Lots; They Will Make You Money
BEREA '8 EDUCATIONAL
ADVANTAGES
Berea Km the largest, most aeefal
erkoal ia the Sooth one that Is
reacaiag the yaoaf people wha need
an edecatioa moat, aad who never
would be able to eecare on If It
vera aot far the inespeasive court
u tbess. We eaderstand that
it ia aaaaibla far a yoaag maa with
I2S.M cash aad lota af eVtrraslaa
tioa ta eecare aa edacatioa) whkh
wUl ckaage hia eUtiea ia Ufa frees
a eraiaary laborer U that af a bss
laeas ar profesaieeal saa.
A BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION
Who would attempt to My that
banki ar not an advantage to a com
munity. Fost yourself and you wilt
find that in towna which hava Build
ing and Loan Anoriationa they are
regarded with more favor and of
greater benefit to the poorer class of
people than, are the banks..
The association enables many poor
salaried men to own homes by paying
for them in small weekly or month,
ly payments, who never could, if
they wanted to, pay cash.
Let the business people of Bera
busy themselves and organize one of
these institutions and see Berea
grow with renewed vigor as well as
help those who reed it in tha Impor.
tant question of home owning.
Buy Before the Choice Lots are All Gone
Friday
and
Private Sa
i
, Jime 9. 10
AttctioA Moiiday, June 12
Come arid Stay Over for Commencement June 14
The Berea-McKee Road
(Editorial in Tha Citizen)
It is a joy for The Citizen to publish an account of tha vic
tory of the Berea-McKee road promoters. W. R. Reynolds,
County Agent for Jackson county, and many of tha enterprising
citizens of McKee and vicinity hava worked faithfully on the
project of opening up McKee to the outside world.
Jackson county part of the money was pledged before tha
quota of the State and Madison county had been pleoged. And
now Judge Goodloe and the citiiene of Berea and other parts of
tha county have gone on record for the road. Thru tha earnest
cooperation of the citizens of Jackson and Madison counties, we
may look forward to enjoying an automobile journey to McKee.
Sometimes those of us who have lived on automobile roads most of
our lives have become hardened to the advantages they offer.
We sometimes take it for granted that a good road belongs to
us, and all we have to do is to ride upon it But good roads thru
out the United States have coma thru hard work, thru faithfully
pursuing the fight, and when once the road has been secured,
money could not buy it from tha citizens.
Good roads make for the comfort, prosperity, and happiness
of the citizenry. But the road to McKee is not yet an actuality.
It is only on paper, and unless the patriotism of every citizen is
displayed in this matter the road may be lost yet.
Berea baa a forward-looking population, and we confidently
believe that this new road will mean more to our vicinity than
any single project that has come this way in recent years.
A LETTER
Greensburg, Ky., May 2, 1922
Mr. Reinhardt,
The Citizen,
Berea, Ky. , ..
Dear Sir: " , ... .
We are informed that tha Henry
Rtty.Co. will hays' a aaJ in your
city. I am writing this to say that '
these people "had two very succes-"'
f ul sales here in March and their
purchasers were well pleased with
the way they were treated by Mr.
Henry. We hava heard no corn,
plaint from anyone, and 'the people
her believe they did all they adver
tised to do. I believe these people
are worthy of the conmkmte of tne
citizens of. Berea.
Respectfully,
J. R. WARD,
Editor Green County Record,
WORK IN THE NEW ADDITION
PROGRESSING
(From The Citizen, May 11, 1922) .
During the past week foundations
for the four modern California
bungalows in the new addition called
"Dixie Highway Park" have bean
completed. A large force of carp en.
ters is now busily engaged In the
construction of these houses which
the company hopes to have under
roof by Saturday night, May IS.
We v visited this new addition on
Sunday afternoon, and there were
many citizens of Berea there looking
over this property. The presence of
these visitors seems to be a source
of considerable pleasure to Mr. Henry,
who was on the ground giving infor
mation to all, as to the future plans
for this new sddition to Berea.
Summer School of Berea College 1 June 16-August 24
Courses are offered in all the Schools of Berea College
- tains and the Blue Grass. The situation is admirably adapted
SUMMER SCHOOL EXPENSES for ,ummer itudy.
Five Weeks Ten Weeks ipacjoui grounds, cool shades, pleasant walks, and scenic
Incidental Fee $ 7.8 $ 12.60 drives are ideal for recreation and pleasure. A trip to Anglin
Room Rent 8.00 10.00 Fill; Brush Creek Caves, Boonesboro Fort and "Uncle Tom's
Tabel Board (Women) 18.00 80.00 Cabin" will never be forgotten, The large library, comfort-
1 able class rooms and interesting instructors promote good
Total for Women f 27.80 I 62.60 scholarship.
Table Board for Men l-25 82.60
. . . HM All courses ere standard, leading to secondary diploma or col
Total for Men t 28.76 f 68.00
Teachers may find courses arranged to meet the State Normal
School requirements and to lead to State Certificates.
LOCATION t Berea College is located in the beautiful little town -
ef Berea, Kentucky, on the dividing ridge between the Moun- Write for accommodations or other information to the Secretary,
CL0YD N. McALLISTER, Director Summer School MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Secretary
COLLEGE Botany, Chemistry, Education, English, French,
Mathematics, Psychology, Public Speaking.
ACADEMY History, Algebra, Geometry, Physica, English, Latin,
French.
NORMAL SCHOOL Education, Psychology, Mathematics,
Science, English, Drawing, Play and Games, Recreation,
Weaving, Cooking and Nutrition, History, Rural Sociology.
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL Commerce, Home Science, Agriculture,
Stenography, Typewriting, Weaving.
A SPECIAL COURSE for six weeks for Kentucky Rural Teachers.
FOUNDATION SCHOOL: All the grades from first to eighth
for students over 16 years of age.
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