Teaching Teachers - Fenstermacher
iencein giving the students plenty of i fresh air and exercise. Big camp firs win be buUt in the woods. | The normal is making wonderful j progress. Totuorrow the Sth grade commencement exercises will be pointed out how pupils wtio were i held in Fort Gibson. Dr. O. R. , suffering from physicaFdefects, In- Goddard of Muskogee will deliver the j terfered with successful school work, address of the evelng, and the dl-' If it does not rain v Fort Gibson plomas will be presented by County this evening Mr. Fenstermacher will' Superintendent E. X. Collettc [ " ..... . Ji A~.. hn hf\d at I Teaching the Teachers About the Boy Scouts Mr. Fenstermacker, who. is In charge of the Boy Scout and playground playground movement in Muskogee, tnls afternoon delivered an address to the teachers of the Muskogee ^ county normal at Fort Gibson. He pointed but how pupils who were I.11»D C^V^uauQ Axi. - - , take the 121 teachers attending tite j A directors day will be held normal out In the woods on what fte; Foi^t Gibson on June 28. terns a "hike." He will show them' bow they may take charge of a large number of pupils and take them out on a camirfng trip and demonstrate the system to be used. Mias Sarah Adams of Wewoka was operated upon at the Muskogee hospital this morning., Her condition !c quite serious.