Accolades - Fenstermacher

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Accolades - Fenstermacher - TEACHER-PATRONS ARE FOR FENSTERMAOHER The...
TEACHER-PATRONS ARE FOR FENSTERMAOHER The following resolution was adopted at the meeting o£ the Washington Washington Teacher- Patrons association Wednesday afternoon: "We the members members of the Teacher-Patrons club ol the Washington school desire to ex press our heartiest ^i-pi cciaiion o^ Mr. C. H. Fenstermacher, and tha work he has done in this city and in the high standard of life he has set among the young people. Especially Especially do we appreciate his work In the boy scout movement and In stimulating stimulating better playground conditions. We wish also to endorse and encourage encourage the movement looking towards the establishment of a V. M. C. A building In Muskogee, and pledg.; hearty support In xvbatevcr way w^j may be ablea" The program which was verr tnter- cstlng consisted of an address by Dc A. R Bonnell on the subject of Oral Hygiene, an address by Mr. W. J. Pack on the "I >evelopmont of Better Cltlienship." Miss ilaude Holmes, u teacher in the Washington school, gave a model lesson in geography after after which Superintendent Monroe exercised exercised the clenn-up campaign. Principal Principal r .H Smith made a talk urglns the patrons to attend the all-dav meetings of the teacher.^ of the citv which are heM once each period of six weeks nt the Central high school, asd also explained the Montessori system system of teaching which was demon strated at the high school laat Saturday. Saturday. The meeting was attended by about seventy-five patrons. ! i ' Sa! , j I ^ ] ; ; i j I , , I i j I

Clipped from Muskogee Times-Democrat12 Feb 1914, ThuPage 8

Muskogee Times-Democrat (Muskogee, Oklahoma)12 Feb 1914, ThuPage 8
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