Emma promotes free kindergarten urging participation of teachers

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Inews of the schools Adelpht Hound Tablo Meets. The Hound Table, the honorary lit-1 lit-1 lit-1 erary society of Adelphl College, held It. last meeting of the year last night, when new members were received. Among them were Marlon Norman, Marion Hilton. Margart Snyder, Louise Jachens, Emily Mount, Belma nrenner, tidltn Lennig. Marie Liolan. Marjorle Peabody and, Winifred Weeks. Alberta, Berg was elected president for next year. Although literary, literary, .the society did not scorn to conclude the evening's program with tempting refreshments. The Dramatic Association held its election of officers yesterday. Kdna McNeill was unanimously re-elected re-elected re-elected president In appreciation of her faithful faithful services this year. The other officers officers are: . Vice president, Edith Fisher; secretary, Helen Cutting, and treasurer, Ruth Lleb. The last chaytl exercises of the year were held yesterday.' It was known as senior chapel. On behalf of the graduating class. Stella Cap-lln Cap-lln Cap-lln presented the college with 1200 worth of Liberty Bonds. ; Miss Mela E. Bchutz, chosen by the senior class from the faculty, made an appropriate farewell address to the graduates. Then each class In turn showed its respect for the seniors by singing original songs. Reception to P. 8. No. 3 Teachers. The Parents League of P. 8. No. 3 gave its annual reception to the teachers teachers of the school following the monthly monthly meeting of the advisory board of the league in the office of Principal LaSalle H. White on Tuesday afternoon. afternoon. The room was tastefully doc-orated doc-orated doc-orated with daffodils and wild flowers. Itefreshments were served under the direction of Mrs. Eaton. At the meeting. Mrs. Edwards read a report of the 49th Convention of the New York City Federation of Women's Clubs, held at the Hotel Astor. Mrs. L. D. S. Banker, president, announced that a medal to be known as the Julia I. Jones testimonial, would be awarded awarded to the 4B pupil having the highest average for the term. The medal has been given in honor of the long and faithful service of Miss Jones, head of department in No. 3, who recently retired. Assistant District Attorney Helen McCormack gave a talk on "The Civic Influence of the Teachers." Mrs. Prescott A. Sherer of Garden City. L. 1.. a graduate of No. 3 and president of the Long Island Council of Women's Clubs, spoke on "Americanization." "Americanization." Teachers College Exhibit. The Department of Fine Arts of Teachers College, Columbia University, University, is holding an exhibit at the college. It opened today and will be continued tomorrow. There is a full exheblt of drawing and painting, including work tn the modern modern school of painting. There Is a large number of desglns applied to all llelds, including Interior decorating. Clay modeling and pottery, costume design and Illustration, stage sets for school and community festivals, wood block printing, lettering and poster making, are other features. Still another another is a display of many Interesting and artistic toys made from tin cans. including a general exhibition or Jewelry Jewelry making and metal work. Educational Calendar. The commencement exeroises of Berkeley Institute will be held In the Memorial Presbyterian Church on Thursday evening, June 5. The Rev. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman will deliver the address. An exhibition by the pupils of Marlon Marlon Russell nnd Gladys Wohltman will be held at the Cortelyou Club tomorrow. tomorrow. ( Plan Free Kindergarten. A free kindergarten will be maintained maintained by alumni of the Brooklyn Training School for Teachers if plans formed at the May meeting of the kindergarten circle of the alumni are carried out. Half the sum required for the establishment of the kindergarten kindergarten was pledged by individual members present at the meeting, and arrangements were made for raising the other half within a year. The business meeting of the circle was preceded by a dinner served m the lunchroom of the school. Mi.--.-. Mi.--.-. Mi.--.-. Mi.--.-. Mi.--.-. Regina Kaiser, the president, introduced introduced Mrs. Harry Marsh, formerly model kindcrgartner in the Training School, who gave an account of a tour she had made in Maine, speaking in all the normal schools and colleges of the State on behalf of the kindergarten. kindergarten. Miss Emma L. Johnston, principal of the school, urm-d urm-d urm-d iho members to try to persuade other young women to prepare for kindergarten kindergarten teaching. She reminded them of the increased salary provided by the new State law anil of the by-law by-law by-law lately enacted by the Board of Education Education making substituting count as experience in teaching. .Miss Kiith B. Tappan. head of the kindergarten department, made practieal suggestions suggestions regarding possible activities of the circle. Officers were elected. Miss Emily Anderson, the new president, outlined outlined the plan for establishing and maintaining a free kindergarten. The other oflicers follow: Treasurer, Treasurer, Miss Lillian Holmes; corresponding corresponding secretary. Miss Gertrude Wilson; Wilson; recording secretary. Miss Josephine Josephine Weiman; executive con.t.iiiteo. Miss Adelaide Kern. Miss Maim Tanner, Tanner, Miss Laura Altgeld, Miss Fanny Perrin. Mis Bernice Manheimer ami Miss Esther Carter. B. H. S. Teachers Honor F V. Weaver The faculty of the Bovs High .School has adopted resolutions wishing Eli W. Weuver, the teacher of inathe- inathe- I matics who retired rccuntly, Godspeed Godspeed In his entrance unon wider fields of work peculiarly suited to his taste and ability and assuring him that the teachers of the school will always keep for him a warm place in their hearts. The resolutions were prepared by a committee comprising Limond C. Stone of the department of mathematics, Charles E. Overhol-ser Overhol-ser Overhol-ser of the department of modern languages languages and Hardin Lucas of the department department of English. ' Irwin E. Hassell gave a piano recital recital for the students Wednesday afternoon. afternoon. He played two selections by Moszkowski, an.elude and a rhapsody of Liszt and a Chopin polonaise. The Uncle Sam Association has taken charge of the drive for the Salvation Army fund among the students students of the school. The drive was launched yesterday in the assembly when Al Gutman, president of the association, made a stirring appeal to the boys on behalf of the fund. Tomorrow Is the day officially set for the collection of contributions and the association has set a high goal. Current Events Questions. The Eagle has had printed several thousand copies of tlio questions and answers prepared for the Current Events Bee at the Commercial High School last Friday, and they may be had by principals, teachers and pupils pupils for use in the school by applying at the Information Bureau on the fourth floor of The Eagle Building. TABERNACLE MEMBERS MEET. A social gathering of tho members of the Old Brooklyn Tuberrmclo was held last night at tho home of Mrs. F. B. Hyde, 10 AIcDonmmh Ht. Tho members of tho oll Or. TalniMi?e church hold their meefinns somi-an-nunlly, somi-an-nunlly, somi-an-nunlly, somi-an-nunlly, somi-an-nunlly, In May and November. The entertainment was provided by aome talented entertainers, anions whom were Frank MeC'ortnaek, a professional professional sinner, accompanied by Mer-ritt Mer-ritt Mer-ritt Hyde at the pianu; B. Warren with a recitation, and W. J. Heacuck. who sang a few selections. The officers of the Tnbernacle Society- Society- Society- are: N. C. .McPullmijrh, president! president! W. H. Curtin, vice president; V. B. Hyde, secretary, find K. V. Smith, treasurer. Among those present were N. Red field, Mr. and Mrs. Hess, Miss Harper, Miss House, K. Bnhlhass, Mrs. F. B. Hyde, A. Powell, Mrs. W. H. Curtin and Mrs. S. Stabs. i iii;' to call-ins of rein bill as by listen i the do to to of in as t to

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 23 May 1919, Fri,
  3. Page 25

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