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School Laws Of Iowa From The Code Of 1897 As Amended By The Twenty-Seventh, Twenty-Eighth, And Twenty-Ninth General Assemblies; With Notes


School Laws Of Iowa From The Code Of 1897 As Amended By The Twenty-Seventh, Twenty-Eighth, And Twenty-Ninth General Assemblies; With Notes


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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: .tions, 2732; shall admit students from county without charge, 2732; may admit from outside the county, 2732; shall make no purchases in excess of funds on hand, 2731. Board Of Trustees, of normal school, shall elect officers, 2675; shall make rules and regulations, 2676; may charge for contingent expenses, 2676; may charge a tuition fee, 2676; must have effects of alcoholic drinks and narcotics taught, 2677; may receive scholars from same school district, 2678; shall report bien-nially to governor, 2680. Board Of Trustees, of state college of agriculture and mechanic arts shall man-age the college, 2646; shall designate the number from each county entitled to free tuition, 2649. Bond, of officer, of tr asurer normal school, 2675; of trustees county high school, 2729; of treasurer county high school, 2729; of secretary and treasurer of board, 2760; shall be filed with the president, 2760; president shall bring action on, 2760; of contractor to build, 2779; of person appointed to keep books and supplies for sale, 2824; of publishers, suit on, 2827; of contractor furnishing books or supplies, 2830; surety companies accepted on, 2830. Bonds, women may vote on question of issuing, 2747; board may issue to pay indebtedness, 2812; voters may vote, 2812; signed by president, 2812; counter-signed by secretary, 2812; when payable, 2812; delivered to treasurer, 2812; treasurer shall sell, 2812; treasurer may exchange, 2812; cost of engraving and printing paid from contingent fund, 2812; treasurer keeps record to whom bonds are sold, 2812; form and other requirements of, 2812; not to be disposed of for less than par value, 2812; must be paid in order of issuance, 2812; tax to pay bonds or interest due, 2813; may issue school tax funding bonds, 2812. Books, see

Selena's First Professor


Selena's First Professor


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Selena is new to college, though she is a little older than the traditional college freshman. Selena is beautiful and sensuous, and receives a great deal of attention from the young men in her class. The young men in her class are not the only admirers of Selena, however. When the course becomes difficult, Selena seeks assistance from the one man who can best offer her what she needs. Excerpt: Professor Kurt thought Selena was stunning. He had stopped what he was doing that very first day of class, mesmerized by Selena's beauty. Her beauty was far beyond that of most women, with her shoulder length, dark hair, and the stylish black or navy blue business attire that she always wore. During exams and quizzes, Professor Kurt would walk around the room, keeping his eye on Selena as much as possible, wondering about her, and, yes, lusting after her. Selena was no shorter than five feet nine, in low heels, thin and a little bit athletic looking, with perfectly sized breasts, perfect for Professor Kurt, that is. She had long, gorgeous legs, and when she wore a dress Professor Kurt wanted her even more. He wondered if she was the type of woman who splurged on sexy, expensive lingerie to wear underneath her designer dresses and suits. He certainly fantasized about her in lacy lingerie, satin lingerie, and every other kind of lingerie he could think of. Professor Kurt had not been expecting a visit from Selena when she knocked on the door of his office. He had doubted that he would ever see her again, though he wanted to see her again badly. He immediately looked up at her.

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