Article The Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa.,
Tues., Nov. 13, 1907, p. 7:
"Institute Program - Announcement Made For Annual Teacher's Meeting
- The fifty-sixth annual session of Washington county teachers'
institute will be held in the public school building, West Beau street,
Instructors - Dr. J. D. Moffat, Washington; Dr. Jonathan Rigdon,
Danville, Ind.; Dr. S. C. Schumaker, West Chester; Dr. Edwin E. Sparks,
Chicago, Ill.; Dr. Henry R. Pattengill, Lansing, Mich.; Mr. Robert P.
Music - Prof. Charles S. Cornell, California; Miss Gertrude Clark,
Pittsburg [sic]; Miss Jean Seaman, Washington; Miss Georgia M. Pease,
Washington; Ariel Double Quartet, Canonsburg; Vorwereck Orchestra,
Washington; Miss Sara Core, Washington.
Pianist - Miss Margaret Acheson, Washington.
Organist - Miss Laura Young, Washington.
Address of welcome - Prof. J. N. Rule, Washington.
Response - Prof. W. E. [Coxins], Burgettstown."
"Entertainments, Monday, December, 17 - The Chicago Lady
Entertainers, Estella M. Clark, the artist teacher.
Tuesday, December 18 - Dr. Frank Dixon, New York, Lecture, 'The Man
Against the Mass.'
Wednesday, December 19 - Capt. Jack Crawford, Chicago, the boy soldier,
scout, poet and lecturer.
Thursday, December 20 - Hon. J. Frank Hanly, Gov. of Indiana. Lecture,
'The Patriotism of Peace.'
Friday, December 21 - The Dunbar Company, male quartet and bell
Article The Reporter newspaper, Washington, Pa., Tues.,
Nov. 13, 1907, p. 7:
- G. W. P. Jones Music Co. - piano tuning
- Gabby - shoes