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New Books

for Elementary Grades

CHALK TALKS ON HEALTH AND SAFETY
By WALTER F. COBB

A new health reader for grades three, four, and five. Numerous amusing black and white drawings by the author illustrate the text. $.80

GOLDTREE AND SILVERTREE

Fairy Plays to Read and Act

By KATHARINE DUNCAN MORSE

A group of six plays which may be used for the schoolroom or the amateur stage. Adapted for the upper-primary and the intermediate

grades.

$.84

LITTLE UGLY FACE

By FLORENCE CLAUDINE COOLIDGE

A collection of authentic Indian folk tales which will be enjoyed by pupils in the third and fourth grades. Illustrated by Maud and Miska Petersham.

$.80

SILVER PENNIES

A Collection of Modern Poems for Boys and Girls

By BLANCHE JENNINGS THOMPSON

Poems in part one for children of ten years and under; those in part two for older children.

$.80

THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

60 Fifth Avenue

Say you saw it in the Pennsylvania Schoo

NEW YORK CITY

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No. 2

Forehanded

If you are going to study this summer, it's time
to begin thinking about it. Where? And what?-
the two insistent questions of the summer session stu-
dent. For teachers who want the largest intellectual
dividends from their summer vacations, the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh has a worth-while answer to both
questions. The Summer Session dates for 1926 are
June 28 to August 6.

Write today for your copy of the Preliminary
Summer Session Bulletin. It tells you the advantages
of Pittsburgh as an educational center, and contains
a complete list of the courses to be offered, both pro-
fessional and academic.

Address: Frank W. Shockley, Director of the Summer Session UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, PITTSBURGH, PENNA.

Price, $32.50

The Little Giant is a modern
hygienic device that should
be in every school. Put this
accepted aristocrat of black-
board eraser cleaners to work
in your school under our guar-
antee of satisfaction.

Put the Guaranteed

LITTLE GIANT

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ELECTRIC ERASER CLEANER

to Work in Your School

HE Little Giant has been tested by continuous use in thousands of schools throughout the country. It has proved to be efficient in all respects, noiseless, dustless, simple and swift in its operation. It is guaranteed to clean blackboard erasers to your entire satisfaction-or your money will be refunded.

The Little Giant is operated by a Universal motor, adapted to all electric currents; it is provided with nine feet of Underwriters' lamp cord with Universal plug ready to attach to any convenient lamp socket. Strongly made of malleable iron and aluminum, its weight is but eight pounds and it can be shipped by parcel post.

Address Dept. S

JAMES LYNN CO., 14 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago

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WINSTON

NEW!

THE

MASTERY OF ENGLISH

By ALLEN AND HARVEY

BOOK I for the grades of the Junior
High School and the first year of
the four year Senior High School
BOOK II for the Senior High School
Here, at last, is the realization of the
English teacher's hopes. The texts are
full of purposeful inspiration, intelligent
activity, and stimulating humor. Every
lesson is a model of organization and
limitation. The illustrations alone are
enough to recommend these books.
They are beautiful pictures, many of
which are in color, and relate directly
to the text.

Send for complete information

THE JOHN C. WINSTON COMPANY Executive Offices and Manufactory, Philadelphia Winston Building

Philadelphia

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EFFECTIVE TEACHING
EXEMPLIFIED IN TWO
LEADING SERIES

HODGE AND LEE'S ELEMENTARY
ENGLISH: SPOKEN AND WRITTEN

The series that successfully teach-
es good English for everyday use.
THE NEW MERRILL SPELLER
(Leonard-Winship)

The latest methods and the compiled results of scientific investigations made available for effective classroom work.

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THE EDUCATORS BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION

Woolworth Building, LANCASTER, PA.

The Original Association for the Protection of TEACHERS ONLY Read the following recent correspondence with a former member. The letters are accurately quoted.

LETTER FROM MISS E. A. H.

"I have taken out insurance in a company that I think is better than yours. Please cancel my policy."

OUR REPLY TO THE ABOVE LETTER

"We note your statement that you have taken out insurance in a company that is better than the EDUCATORS BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION. That is a pretty strong statement to make and we are good-naturedly challenging you to prove it. We think there is no concern like the E. B. A. in existence. It provides a clean cut contract, and it does pay its benefits promptly and generously. We note from our records that we have paid you three times since you became a member. We would be glad to hear from you."

THE SECOND LETTER FROM MISS E. A. H.

"I now realize that I did make a rash statement, and an untrue one, when I wrote that I had taken out insurance in a better company than yours. I now apologize. I was dazzled and blinded by their offer to pay $25.00 per week instead of $12.50. This year I have lost four weeks of school because of sickness and couldn't collect any benefits because the disease I had was not listed in their policy. If you are willing, I would like to renew, or rather take another policy from your company."

It is the same old story. Teachers always learn, sooner or later, sometimes all too late, that there is no better protection in existence, for the price charged, than that which the E. B. A. offers. Moral: If you have this protection now, be sure to KEEP IT. If not, it will pay you to GET IT at once.

WRITE TODAY. TOMORROW, IN ALL PROBABILITY, WILL BE TOO LATE.

Say you saw it in the Pennsylvania School Journal

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