John A. Alder.
The student is given credit according to the amount of work done.
Studies are made of still life objects, and easy subjects for the students are selected. Course I consists of work in charcoal sketching. Course II consists of water color work. Course III consists of oil on board and canvas, an apt student should be able to complete a few studies in each course.
Two years work in special work should prepare a student for an art teacher in the public schools of the State.
The course comprises drawing, shaping, welding, tempering and making of common tools, such as punches, chisels, tongues, hammers, etc. Also a chain and other articles.
Six hours per week during one-third of the year.
The student up in his mechanical drawing and his mathematics has opportunity to work on the most modern machinery driven by electricity. After complet-