Education: A Profession

Hear Superintendent W. F. Webster, of the Minneapolis Vocational High School:

"The American women have decided for themselves that they want bobbed hair . . . The new style. . . has created a new demand for a particular kind of service. This demand is as real as is the demand for dressmakers or milliners. Thousands of young ladies are taking courses throughout the country to train themselves as beauty specialists, particularly in hairdressing and manicuring. . . The environment is not of the best. It is a profession. There is no reason why...

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