. Catalogue of the Athens School, 1912. re to make the true woman. Ladiesboarding here furnish their own bed linen. The charges are$3.50 per week when two occupy one room; or $4.50 per week,when a lady rooms alone. Eitter Home will accommodate about 100 girls. To speak ofthis elegant building in relation to its material equipment doesnot express it all. It has some unique features. In addition toall the comforts of a well regulated home, young ladies here ac-quire a practical knowledge of some of those useful arts includedin the term good housekeeping. Eitter Industrial Home for3^oung women is

. Catalogue of the Athens School, 1912. re to make the true woman. Ladiesboarding here furnish their own bed linen. The charges are$3.50 per week when two occupy one room; or $4.50 per week,when a lady rooms alone. Eitter Home will accommodate about 100 girls. To speak ofthis elegant building in relation to its material equipment doesnot express it all. It has some unique features. In addition toall the comforts of a well regulated home, young ladies here ac-quire a practical knowledge of some of those useful arts includedin the term good housekeeping. Eitter Industrial Home for3^oung women is Stock Photo
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. Catalogue of the Athens School, 1912. re to make the true woman. Ladiesboarding here furnish their own bed linen. The charges are$3.50 per week when two occupy one room; or $4.50 per week, when a lady rooms alone. Eitter Home will accommodate about 100 girls. To speak ofthis elegant building in relation to its material equipment doesnot express it all. It has some unique features. In addition toall the comforts of a well regulated home, young ladies here ac-quire a practical knowledge of some of those useful arts includedin the term good housekeeping. Eitter Industrial Home for3^oung women is under the management of the Womans HomeMissionary Society, and provides board, including fuel and light, at $10.00 per month. When young ladies are willing to assist inthe work of the Home, averaging one hour each day, the rate is$7.00 per month. Elizabeth Eitter Home is conducted on the co-operative plan.The members of the household have their daily duties, which are sodistributed and directed as not to interfere with the school work.. 10 THE ATHEXS SCHOOL ]n connection with these duties correct housekeeping and cookingare tauglit. An hour each day is given to sewing and dressmakinguntil a certificate of proficiency is secured. Instruction is alsogiven in fancy worlv. Each girl can put her time upon her ward-robe if she wishes, so that she can be well dressed at the bare ex-pense of material. A uniform dress has been adopted for streetand church. Tlie goods will be furnished at wholesale prices tothe pupils after they arrive at the school. The suits are made inthe sewing room, under the direction of an experienced dress-maker, who is at tlie head of the sewing department. For further information concerning Eitter Home, write ]rissElizabeth Wilson. Superintendent, or Miss Mary Fitzwater, Matron. Hatfield ECall is for young ]nen. It is provided with stoves andheavy furniture. A boarding club is conducted here on the co-operative plan at a cost of about $1.75 per week for each in

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