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Image from page 26 of “Fort Wayne Bible Training School Catalog” (1919)
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Title: Fort Wayne Bible Training School Catalog
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Fort Wayne Bible Training School
Subjects: Fort Wayne Bible Training School (Fort Wayne, IN) College History College Catalog Academic Publications
Publisher: Fort Wayne Bible Training School
Contributing Library: Taylor University, University Archives & Zondervan Library
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g 1 period a week General Chorus 1 period a week Two private lessons per week. Students in the Biblical-Musical course who have not taken pre-paratory work in the School are required to elect Notation in theirJunior year, and Synthetic Bible in their Senior, as both these subjectsare required for graduation. Students in this department are also ex-pected to engage in such choir work as may be assigned to them. PORT WAYNE, INDIANA 25 Students in this course may chooseeither all piano or voice culture for theirprivate work, or may divide their time be-tween those branches. Three hours per dayof consistent practice is required. All pri-vate work required, including Harmony andMusical Composition, and instruments forrequired practice is included in the regularrates for tuition. Extra private work orpractice is at the same rates as to Biblicalstudents. Credits can be given for worktaken from teachers outside the regularSchool staff provided such teachers andwork be approved by the Faculty.

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Miss Esther Pohlman, Piano ELECTIVES: Any Bible subjects from the Biblical course; BibleHistory and Geography, Biblical Introduction, Sunday School TeacherTraining, Rhetoric, Homiletics, German, additional Music, A minimum of nine class recitations per week is required forgraduation; a maximum of fourteen is permitted. PREPARATORY COURSE students who fail to pass the entrance examinations are requiredto take such preparatory work as is necessary to make up the defi-ciency. The following subjects usually constitute the preparatorywork, though the Principal is authorized to permit such deviationstherefrom as individual cases may require: Synthetic Bible 4 periods a week Grammar 3 periods a week Elementary English 3 periods a week Orthography 3 periods a week Beginners Reading 1 period a week Music 2 periods a week The Faculty reserves the right to refuse to graduate any studenteven though he may have completed the required course, if in the judg-ment of that body he has failed to mainta

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Image from page 90 of “Manufacturing costs and accounts” (1917)
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Title: Manufacturing costs and accounts
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Church, A. Hamilton (Alexander Hamilton), 1866-1936
Subjects: Manufactures Cost accounting
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill book company, inc. [etc., etc.]
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
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wn in Fig. 15. The onlydifferences are these: The time on each order is taken as before, but not only directwages but also machine charges are figured on the Time Sheet.Cost Sheets are charged accordingly. When the Cost Sheets COSTING ON METHOD C 79 are listed in the Cost Journal, the total of the machine rates isascertained and credited to the Departmental Expense account.Unless all the machines have been working full time, this credit f^O 260 )Depreciation f S40 540 -j-j-i Expense 01 Burden Journal a m A i 1 tS s as M H 1 a IS i s i aa Hi M < 510 260 120 70 60 ._I._L-L_J Cost Operators and MachineTime Sheet Order His. Wiige.|M.IUili 376377 66 1.00 1.20 1.25150 11 2.20 2.7S Time Sheet EntriesPosted to Cost Slieet Item Amt. ■w. M.II. Malli Bup. D.Mtl 60 so D.Lbr 100 100 U.Eat L 125 125 Supp. 21 21 306 100 125 60 21 Cost Sheet 377 Item Amt W. H.IL^.tl But. D.Mtl 70 70 D.Lbr 120 120 U.Satt 150 150 Supp. 26 26 306 120 150 70 26 Cost Sheet Listed Ln Cost JoiLmal Finished Work Journal

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Dept.Mfs Aut, Dept. Fin. Work Acct. Fig. 17.—Costing on Method C. Direct labor charged to order numbers.Expense charged to order numbers through machine rates. Undistributedexpense (due to idle machines or wasted manufacturing capacity) proratedover orders as supplementary rate. will not suffice to wipe out all the amount standing againstthat account, but a balance will be left, representing undis-tributed expense {i.e. expense that has not been distributed toOrders by means of machine rates). The ratio between this 80 MANUFACTURING COSTS AND ACCOUNTS undistributed balance and the total of machine rates is thenascertained, and prorated over all orders in the Cost Journal inthe column headed Supplementary Rate. This prorating is,of course, also transferred to the Cost Sheets when made. Inall other respects the two methods are identical in their mannerof working, as will be seen by comparing the diagram Fig. 17with that of the percentage method, Fig. 15. CHAPTER VIIITHE FINAL STAGE OF

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Image from page 234 of “Canadian grocer January-June 1898” (1898)
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Title: Canadian grocer January-June 1898
Year: 1898 (1890s)
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Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. [1887]-
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
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etically arranged and revised and corrected fromthe official copy as assented to by the Governor General,June, 29, 1897, including the old Tariff by way of com-parison. Also comparative rates of the Dingley andWilson (United States) Tariffs—15 cents. Credits, Collections and their Management a most complete and comprehensive work of great im-portance to any business man. — .50.Address The MacLean Publishing Co. Limited TORONTO and MONTREAL THE CANADIAN GROCER 31 Cassidy 7^ Crockery China, Glass, Lamps, Fancy Goods, etc. s. NEW GOODS s. Our buyer having just returned from visiting the principal markets in Europe and theContinent, where he has spent the past few months picking up all the latest designs andnovelties, we beg to advise our numerous customers that we are now prepared to execute allorders entrusted to us at short notice. Import Orders a Specialty Get our quotations before placingyour orders elsewhere. The John L Cassidy Co. Limited. 339 and 341 St. Paul Street MONTREAL

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ROUND BOYS IN SQUARE HOLES. YOU cannot look into a cradle andread the secret message traced by aDivine hand, and wrapped up in thatbit of clay, any more than you can see theNorth Star in the magnetic needle. Godhas loaded the needle of that young life soit will point to the star of its own destiny ;and though you may pull it around by arti-ficial advice and unnatural education, andcompel it to point to the star which presidesover poetry, art, law, medicine, or your ownpet calling, until you have wasted years ofa precious life, yet, when once free, theneedle flies back to its own star. Rue it as he may, repent it as he oftendoes, says Robert Waters, the manof genius is drawn by an irresistible impulseto the occupation for which he was created.No matter by what difficulties surrounded,no matter how unpromising the prospect,tft occupation is the only one which he willpursue with interest and pleasure. When hisefforts fail to procure means of subsistence,and he finds himself poor and negl

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