Correspondence School of Hebrew

1888 The Old Testament Student  
Never before in the history of the School have there been within the same time so many applications for information, so many new names enrolled, and in short, so much interest. This is, of course, encouraging. But, on the other hand, there are some of us, already enrolled, who fall short of what is expected. It is our hope that during the coming month the list of delinquents may be greatly diminished. January is the month of good resolutions. Let us resolve and do the thing resolved. The
more » ... t spreads. England must have a Correspondence School of her own. See the notice on page 30 of this number. When the instructor leaves red ink too freely upon a paper, the writer of that paper can now, if so disposed, try the other "school." It is to be noted, however, that the American "Elementary" covers about the same ground as the English "Elementary," "Intermediate" and "Progressive." In the next number, it will be possible to make definite announcements concerning the Summer Schools for 1888. There will be some new features, and some radical changes,-both the result of the experience gained in former schools. Those who are interested in the talked-of "schools" for Canada, Atlanta, Ga., and Kansas City, Mo., are requested to manifest their interest in a substantial form. The following students who had stopped work for various causes have recently resumed sending examination papers. Rev. W. P. Aylsworth, Fairfield, Neb.; Rev. A. J. Buell, Attica, 0.; Rev. R. F. Campbell, Millboro Depot, Va.; Rev. T. F. Day, American Fork, Utah; Rev. E. O. Dyer, So. Braintree, Mass.; Prof. H. Dysinger, Newberry, S. C.; Rev. D. F. Estes, Holden, Mass.; Rev. S. L. Gillespie, Box Elder, Utah; Rev. E. G. W. Hall, S. Addison, N. Y.; Mr. James Hammond, Olathe, Kans.; Rev. G. Hearn, Delhi, N. Y.; Rev. D. L. Holbrook, Lake Geneva, Wis.; Rev. H. M. Hopkinson, Perkinsville, Vt.; Rev. A. B. King, N. Y. City, N. Y.; Prof. J. S. Koiner, Never before in the history of the School have there been within the same time so many applications for information, so many new names enrolled, and in short, so much interest. This is, of course, encouraging. But, on the other hand, there are some of us, already enrolled, who fall short of what is expected. It is our hope that during the coming month the list of delinquents may be greatly diminished. January is the month of good resolutions. Let us resolve and do the thing resolved. The interest spreads. England must have a Correspondence School of her own. See the notice on page 30 of this number. When the instructor leaves red ink too freely upon a paper, the writer of that paper can now, if so disposed, try the other "school." It is to be noted, however, that the American "Elementary" covers about the same ground as the English "Elementary," "Intermediate" and "Progressive." In the next number, it will be possible to make definite announcements concerning the Summer Schools for 1888. There will be some new features, and some radical changes,-both the result of the experience gained in former schools. Those who are interested in the talked-of "schools" for Canada, Atlanta, Ga., and Kansas City, Mo., are requested to manifest their interest in a substantial form. The following students who had stopped work for various causes have recently resumed sending examination papers. Rev. W. P. Aylsworth, Fairfield, Neb.; Rev. A. J. Buell, Attica, 0.; Rev. R. F. Campbell, Millboro Depot, Va.; Rev. T. F. Day, American Fork, Utah; Rev. E. O. Dyer, So. Braintree, Mass.; Prof. H. Dysinger, Newberry, S. C.; Rev. D. F. Estes, Holden, Mass.; Rev. S. L. Gillespie, Box Elder, Utah; Rev. E. G. W. Hall, S. Addison, N. Y.; Mr. James Hammond, Olathe, Kans.; Rev. G. Hearn, Delhi, N. Y.; Rev. D. L. Holbrook, Lake Geneva, Wis.; Rev. H. M. Hopkinson, Perkinsville, Vt.; Rev. A. B. King, N. Y. City, N. Y.; Prof. J. S. Koiner, Never before in the history of the School have there been within the same time so many applications for information, so many new names enrolled, and in short, so much interest. This is, of course, encouraging. But,
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