ate with the instructors of the Branch Normal School in giving a course of public lectures during the winter months.
These lectures will be on various scientific, literary, and philosophical subjects of popular interest, the aim being to give the citizens generally some of the educational advantages of the Normal School. Lectures illustrated with stereoptican views will be given frequently.
Lectures of national reputation will be occasionally procured.
The courses of 1909-10 and 1910-11 were very successful.
The school also conducts a course of lectures and entertainments given by specialists. This course in itself is an education for the public.
An effort has always been made by the teachers to direct the amusements of the students. A large hall well-floored, well-finished is provided in the new Science Building, and here the school is prepared to give proper recreation in the way of dancing, concerts, theatres and other social pastimes under the supervison of the teachers.
No tuition is charged in either the preparatory course or the regular normal course, but an annual registration fee of $5.00 is required.
Teachers wishing to enter after the close of the public schools may do so any time after April 1st, by paying a registration fee of $2.50.