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High Grade Gasoline, Kerosene,

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body of teachers, and delays the period when the services of the poorer qualified teachers could be altogether with. Six of the teachers hold

t-ilcates, the rest teach on antes.

dispensed regular cer~ interim certifi- The standing of about twelve or these is such that with a three to six months' special preparation they might pass the Non-Professional third chers’ examination. Seven teachers pursu‘ ed Profiessional and eleven others; Non- Professional studies at the last Normal Session held at Gretna.

Comparing the state of education am. nng the Mennonites today with that of

about eight years ago, when special steps were taken to induce them to adopt the

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public school system and improve their schools it is gratifying to observe that great progress has been made. The numbex of schools that have come under Govern ment control has more than trebled; the ,_ standard of teachers has been immensely raised; the schools are much farther ad. Vanced; very much of the prejudice against the English language has disappeared, and a large number of people entertain much

more liberal views in regard to education- With these gains, which mean so much at an increase of the forces making for pro- gress, it may be reasonably expected that the movement will continue to spread, ancl progress in the future be even more rapid and satisfactory.

~—H. H. EWER’I‘,