Thursday, May 5, 2011

1899 Annual Session, Lincoln County Educational Association, Maine



Lincoln County Educational Association


Twenty-Second
Annual Session
at Methodist Church, Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Monday and Tuesday, October 9 and 10, 1899
Officers:
President, G. H. Larrabee, Newcastle


Vice-Presidents - H. H. Chamberlain, Round Pond; George E. Linscott, Jefferson; W. B. Creamer, Waldoboro; W. F. Merrill, Wiscasset


Secretary, A. W. Glidden, Newcastle


Executive Committee - President and Secretary, ex-officio: Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Round Pond; Miss Louise Bliss, Waldoboro; Miss Addie Ames, Jefferson; Miss Gertrude Seavey, Boothbay; Miss Jessie Jackson, Wiscasset; Mr. G. W. Singer, Damariscotta; Miss Elmira Mulligan, Nobleboro




Program


Monday Forenoon - 11 o'clock
Devotional Exercises, Rev. Mr. Wood


Words of Welcome, Rev. Daniel McCormick, Boothbay Harbor


Response, By the President


Patriotism and Citizenship, C. E. Kendrick, Boothbay Harbor
Discussion


Afternoon - 1:30 o'clock
Business
Questions for the Query Box deposited
Reading for Teachers, A. J. Tuttle, Boothbay Harbor


Discussion, Opened by Prin. W. J. Corthell, Gorham


Local History, Charles S. Sewell, Wiscasset


Discussion, Opened by State Supt. W. W. Stetson


General Exercises - a) In the Grammar School, Julia E. Barker, Damariscotta b) In the High School, G. W. Singer, Damariscotta




Discussion, Opened by Mrs. J. E. Nichols, Round Pond


Opening of Query Box


Evening - 7:30 o'clock


Music
Address, Hon. W. J. Corthell, Gorham


Reading, Miss Margaret White, Boothbay Harbor


Music


Address, Hon. W. W. Stetson, State Superintendent


Tuesday Forenoon - 9 o'clock


Botany, George E. Linscott, Jefferson


Discussion, Opened by Miss Abbie Storer, Waldoboro


Outside Work, Miss Myra Dodge, Newcastle


Discussion, Opened by Royal Giles, Boothbay


How Shall the Efficiency of the Schools be Increased? 


Discussion, Opened by Col. Oren B. McFadden, Dresden
           Followed by all Superintendents of the County


Business


Adjournment


Teachers and school officers desiring free entertainment will send their names to Mr. A. J. Tuttle, Boothbay Harbor, as soon as possible.  Those who desire can obtain board at the Boothbay House for $1.50, and at the Weymouth House for $1.25 per day.
Teachers are requested to bring school work.


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