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find Delightful Expression in Our Coats and Coat Suits Teachers Assign Lessons For Study This Week Assignments in Latin for This Week First Year Chapters 21, 22, 23. Caesar Finish Book 2. Cicero-Chapters 8, 9, 10. Virgil 104 lines ot Book 2. B. R. SPENCJf, Telephone 288 Black. Assignments in High school mathe matics for the week: Trigonometry-Page 95 to example 53, page 96. Geometry Pages 91-101 Inclusive. 10th Grade Algebra Pages 304-310 inclusive. 9th Grade A Algebra Pages 96 to 109 inclusive. GEORGIA EDWARDS. Classes In English, I. H. S. Twelfth Grade Beginning with Page 156, take 3 pages each day; re view from Shakespeare. Eleventh Grade Beginning with Page 144. take 3 pages each day; re view from beginning. Mmn uraoes Beginning with rage 125, take 2 pages each day and review from page 119. A. B. LOVJ2L.Ii, This dates from Monday, Oct. 21. A full dozen different styles from which to make your choice. 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WATCHES GIRLS The 1 0-0 Size Elgin Watch Is I The Smallest Made j I American Watch Rotary Buttons for The Rotes Stevens Jewelry Store J SwtaA&gr "JjiP N Wednesday-Make a list of the men already studied and put opposite the name why we remember him. - Friday Describe your favorite his tory character and tell why you like him. Geography Monday Draw a product map of Nor'vtt America. Tuesday Write a short story about a child belonging to any one of the races. Thursday Answer any five ques tions studied this year. (Choose the ones you like best.) Friday Draw a map of North America and fill it in to suit your self. Why do you like this map best? English Monday Page IS. Memorize "What the Birds Say." Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Neatness and correct ness in all written work. Reading Practice reading aloud all other lessons for the week. Seventh Grades B-C ! (Miss Haynes and Miss Builer, teachers.) Arithmetic Tuesday Study page 97. Work the last 10 problems page 98. Wednesday Learn table p. 100. Thursday Work problems using table. Friday Page 101, problems 42-62. XV. Wednesday Chapter XVI. Thursday Chapter XVII to bottom page 79. Friday Finish Chapter XVII. Lesson 376. Wednesday Lesson 377. Thursday Lesson 378. Friday Lesson 379. Sanitation Tuesday-Wednesday Chapter 13 . Thursday-Friday Chapter 14. Geography Learn map studies pages 147 148. English Tuesday Pages 42, 43, 44. Wednesday Ex. 49, page 44. Thursday Ex. 50, page 44. Friday Ex. 52. pages 46-47. Section IV. Read through line 402. Wednesday Read through line 419. Thursday Read through line 459. Friday Read through line 481. Prepare lessons as usual. Grades 6-A and 6 B, High School Building, Oct. 21-25 Lesson assignments. ! Page 132, ex. 13 to 18 In clusive. Tuesday P. 133, ex. 24 to 28, in clusive. Wednesday P. 136, ex. 22 to 27 in clusive. Thursday P. 141, ex. 14 to 21, in clusive. Friday P. 142. ex. 13 to 17 inclu sive. Spelling Ten new words each day. History Chapter II. Two topics each day. Geography Monday and Tuesday Lesson 19. Wednesday Questions on Lesson 19. Thursday Lesson 20. Friday Questions on Lesson 20. English Monday and Tuesday Memorize poem. "Pleasures." by Robert burns. Wednesday Write same poem cor rectly from memory. Thursday Write the story yoti get from chapter 10 in history. FridayWrite the story you get from chapter 11 in history. Heading Continue according to assignments of last week. lOlRTII GRAPE "B" Teacher. Frances Straw ' Arithmetic Monday-Page 118, 20 through 39. Tuesdav Page 207, 1 through 20. Wednesday-. 255. IS through 26 Thursday P. 155. 32 through 35. Spelling Monday Page 19. lesson 28. Tuesday-P. 19- lpSFOn 29 Wedncsday-P. 1- zn Thursdav P. 19- Ison 31. Friday-Review. Write five sen tences each day. usinsr words of les son. History Monday Choose any man already studied and write out his life story as though you were the man. Algebra 9 B Monday rage 99. Examples 1-10 Tuesday P. 100, ex. 10-20. Wednesday P. 101, ex. 1-10. Thursday P. 102, ex. 10-15 Friday P. 102, ex. 15-21. Civics 9-A and 9B Monday P. 152158. Tuesday P. 158-166. Wednesday P. 156-167, questions (oral). Thursday P. 169-172. Friday P. 172. Questions. English 10-A and 10-B Monday P. 132-136. Tuesday P. 136-139. Write theme XLIX. Wednesday P. 139-142. Thursday P. 142-146. Friday P. 146-150. Write theme LI. BESSIE WELLS. Fourth Grade A Plans for the Week Beginning Oct. 21 Tuesday Pages 296 through 296. Wednesday Pages 299 through 300. Thursday Pages 300 through 302. Friday Pages 303 through 305. Write and hand in exercises 244, 245, 247 and 249 only. Please send In last week's written work by Tuesday. MISS GRIFFIN and MISS ECCLES. Grade 8; Week of Oct. 21st Numbers--Revlew 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 tables. Language One short picture story. One letter to teacher telling some nice thing done while home. Spelling Words used In language lesson. BESSIE M. WHITE, GLENN McRAE, Teachers. Fourth Grade Lessons for Week Beginning Oct. 21, Class I , Janette Roux Teacher. Reading- Monday "Tom, the Water Baby." Begin at Part VII. end at part VIII. Tuesday Take part VIII. Wednesday-Part IX to bottom of page 240. Thursday Begin top of page 241 and finish story. Friday Tell complete story of "Tom, the Water Baby." Begin page 69, 11th ex ample down to 14th on page 78. Tuesday Page 77, begin at 3rd ex ample and finish page. Wednesday Begin at 14th and take to 24th. Thursday Begin at 24th and fin ish page. Friday Page 82. Begin at 2nd at bottom of page and work 10 prob lems. English- Monday Write story of Sir Water Raleigh. . Tuesday Write story of Nathaniel Bacon. Wednesday Write story of Pocahontas. Thursday Write complete story of Jamestown. Friday Review sentences, capital letters, etc. Study lesson 17. 117, numbers Arithmetic Monday Page through 16. Tuesday Page 118. Wednesday Page 142, numbers 32 through 46. Thursday and Friday Review all tables, also Roman numerals to 100. Write a short story of Co lumbus. Tuesday Write a short story of DeSoto. Wednesday Write a story of Ponce Do Leon. Thursday Make a list of charac ters already studied, and opposite each man's name tell what he did. Genirmphy Monday -Draw a plant and animal map and locate the plants and animals of each zone. Tuesday Write a story of Eskimo life. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday--Studv review questions on page 52. five statements, questions, commands nad exelammatlons about the following words: Soldier car penter, gnrdner, horseman, mocking bird. Mr.nr,''o "What the Birds Pay." Reading Practice reading aloud all bssons In hlptory that we have already studied. ipf1t.fT Monday Page 25, lesson 48. Tuesday Page 25, lesson 49. Wednesday Page 25, lesson 50. Thursday Page 29, lesson 6!. Friday Page 31, lesson 69. T,rson Assignments for This Week. Sixth Grade Lake Morton Mcf'T- and Tuesdav Lesson 271 . Wednesday and Thursday L 272. Friday Lesson 273. and Tuesday Chapter 1 Wednesday and Thursday- -Chapter 11. Fridny--H"ipter 12. Oneraphy Monday Lesson 24. Tuesday Lesson 25. Wednesday Lesson 26. Thursday Lesson 27. Friday Lesson 28. Rending Pare? 2",6 through 250. ,r'hmetlc Monday Page 144, ex. 2 and 4. Tuesdav Paee 145, ex. 7 and 15. Wednesday Page 165, ex. throueh 42. Thursday Page 169. ex. 71 hrough 75. Frlrfav Page 169, ex. 85 hrough 88. Grnmmor Monday Pages 291 and 295. Tuesday Questions on lesson 17. Wednesday Study lesson 18. Thursday Questions on lesson 18. Friday Review lessons, 17 and 18. Map studies. Begin "Nam states that border on Lake Erie." and take down to "Name two states that are partly In the Great Basin." Tuesday Begin where left off and finish map studies. Wednesday Review "People" on page 42. Thursday Review "Government" on page 38. Friday Draw map of N. A., show ing the mountains, lowlands, etc. SpelUng Monday Lesson 26. Tuesday Lesson 27. Wednesday Lesson 28. Thursday Lesson 29. Friday Review words for the week. Assignment of Lessons In Science for This Week Chemistry Tuesday Begin Chapter 14 and take to Par. 128. Wednesday Par. 128 to Summary. Thursday Summary to problem 13. Friday Problem 13 to. botton of page 134. Begin Par. 115 and take to Par. 116. Wednesday From Par. 116 to Par. 122. Thursday F rom Par. 122 to Par. 123. Friday From Par. 123 to bottom page 108. Zoology Begin with Chapter 11, The Elas- mobranchs, and take four pages each day. Physical Geography Begin with Chapter 14 and take five pages each day. Prepare all problems to bo handed lu. R. R. GRESHAM, 604 North Florida Ave. (Continued on page 8) Look at a map of the world, and you will see Florida la more favorably located, relative to facility of access to water and world traffic, than any other American State. Tools For All Trades IN THE VERY BEST OF SERVICEABLE QUALITIES, ARE HERE FOR ALLTRADESMEN AND LABORERS. THESE TOOLS ARE OF THE BEST MAKE, AND EVERY ONE IS GUAR ANTEED. 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