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8 > Image 8 of The Kentuckian : a monthly magazine, vol. 2 no. 4, 1900

Part of The Kentuckian : a monthly magazine

'P A VM J f . .. ._.- K `'>` ` kw , I , v , v. ,; , tgz;} ; '_ D - ~ B C i M & . .V :.;;Z~-iJ{i_e L; =`A _Q A COURSES OF STUDY. .`U _ V Q __ - Full Diploma Business Course, _ L_ { Embraces Bookkeeping(Single and Double V i ri ` . entry), Commercial Arithmetic, Commer _\_ _ 2 { cial Law, Penmanship, Correspondence, v_, ` Y? Spelling, Banking and Business Practice. ` +% \ ~ Commercial Course, *\-T I V jj Embraces Bookkeeping, Commercial Ar- - ? ithmetic, Commercial Law, Penmanship 4 j and Spelling. O 'lnl { Shorthand Course, l` E Embraces instruction in Shorthand (Gregg Pernin or Pitman systemn) Touch Type ___, . . writing; Business Penmanship, Ortho- 0 _ _ graphy, Punctuation, and Business Corre- . spondence. ` ' ~ L English Course, QS I ~ Q Comprises instruction in English Gram- ` ` ` i mar, Rhetoric, English Literature, Civil( . ;, .~ L GOVBFHmGHU,ATlUhm6ElC,Algb1&,&HdCOm- _ mercial Geography. Z - , A Special Classes In Latin, Spanish, German, French and P . vi Penmanship. ,_ 5 l Social Features. Y _/ The social features of the school are of the very V ' .. gr best. By the peculiar personal interest taken ing i ;( the students b_y the faculty, and especially by . `_ Prof. Hart and his wife. they are made to feel perfectly at home, and, while they are acquiring ; ` a most tliorough and practical education, they ` g at the same time, have the most pleasant social G , J V, surroundings. l ' r ~ m I -._ S ik H,-* ` ~. , _ 5.. "'