Frank Rejda - 28 May 1913 - Lincoln Evening Journal, Nebraska
LINCOLN DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1919. SCHOOL NEWS will by W. \V. W. O. in Dr. church: and Dr. will announcement Dedication will Students are enrolling every for the summer session. Nine began work in bookkeeping last week. Mlsa Alice Kelchel has accepted * position AS stenographer with the Deputv-Ksterbrook Co. Miss Grace Holbrook went to CreU Monday to begin work as stenographer for the Crete Mills. Miss B'eulah Hutchlnson has been employed to teach shorthand and typewriting in a business college in Atchlson. Kane., the coming year. Mr. J. W. Hartzell will teach com- merclat branches in the Harvard. Nebraska high school next year. Ex- State- Superintendent McBrian Is at the head of the Harvard schools. The, following have recently accepted accepted position*: L. H. Lee and A. F. Novak with the Lincoln Pure Butter Butter Co., Frank Rejda, with the Burlington Burlington Railway, Lee Martin with Oralnger Bros., "W. L. Yarlotz with Union Pacific Pacific Railway and Miss Nellie Thompson Thompson with Grlswold Seed Co. NEBRASKA SCHOOL OF IUSINESS (Opportunity Headquarters.) Nsw Horn*--Corner 14th and O Sts. know that real society consists of an elusive gang of well born but ' necessarily well mannered people, u . / know that it is a slow and costly affair to creep into society through the back Flags! Flags! Flags, 5o dozen. Flags, lOc dozen. Flags, loe do/en. Flags. 2(k ad 25c dozen. Flags. 12x15 on 36-inch sticks, lOo each. Flags, 2Vfcx4 feet with eyelets at 46o each. Wool flags, 21/2*4 feet, $1.30; 3x6 at $2.25; 6x10 feet $6.00. Larger Flags at low prices. Stripes and Star Bunting, 5o yd.