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108  THE CRISIS ADVERTISER


THE NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL
DURHAM, N.C.

Open to Students of Either Sex.

It is more than a mere school. It is a community at service and uplift. Its influence is destined to be felt in all sections of the country in improved Negro community life wherever our trained workers locate.

The following departments are already in successful operation: Teacher Training, Industrial, Literary, Academic and Collegiate, Commercial, Missionary, Theological, Household Economics and Departments of Music.

In equipment and teaching it is not surpassed by any School for the Education of Negro Youth in the South.

The next term opens Tuesday, October 1, 1918. For catalog and detailed information, address

President, JAMES E. SHEPARD, 
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA



The A. & T. Summer School
The Agricultural and Technical College

The Nineteenth Annual Session begins June 24, 1918, and continues six weeks. 

Pleasant surroundings, strong faculty, attractive courses.

Teachers are advised to send Registration Fee at once and secure lodging in advance.

A Teachers' Institute, under the management of Experts, will be conducted co-incidentally with the last two weeks of the session.

Registration Fee: to new students $2.00
Registration Fee: to former students $1.00

For information as to Summer School, Institute or for catalog, address

PRESIDENT DUDLEY,
Greensboro, N. C.



THE CHEYNEY TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS
CHEYNEY, PENNA.

For reasonably mature students who have a good secondary school preparation, and who desire to become teachers, courses are offered during the regular term in academic work, domestic science, domestic art, physical training, elementary school methods, wood and metal working, and agriculture. Board and laundry privileges for the year $125. Fall term begins Wednesday, September 18, 1918. 

The Summer School for Teachers, from July 1st to July 31st, inclusive, will this year offer primary methods, English, mathematics, history, civics and geography, plain sewing and dressmaking, raffia work and basketry, art needle work, cookery, wood and metal working, physical training, and gardening. Dormitory space is limited, and applications should be made early. Cost for the four weeks $15.00. 

For further information write to
LESLIE PINCKNEY HILL, Principal. 


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