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Florida education association: J. L. Kelley, Gainesville; It. L. Turner, Inverness; Key West, December 30. 1913.
Florida State classical association: C. E. Boyd. Tallahassee; Lucile Patton, Inverness: Key West. December 30. 1913, to January 1, 1914. Georgia:
Georgia educational association: T. G. Polliill, La Grange; C. L. Smith, I,a Orange. Georgia Stato high school association: Joseph S. Stewart, Athens; J. H. Pinks. Madison: week of July 4, 1914. Illinois:
Country teachers association of Illinois: Lucy II. Spires, Minonk; Lena French, Marseilles.
Illinois association of teachers of English: M. W. Hatfield, Chicago; Edward C. Baldwin, Urbana;
Urbana, November 20 -22, 1913.
Illinois State music teachers' association: Edgar E. Nelson, Chicago; H. O. Merry, Lincoln.
Illinois State teachers' association: S. B. Harsh, Macomb; George W. Conn, Jr., Woodstock; Springfield, December 29-31, 1913.
Illinois superintendents' and principals' association: Jesse L. Smith, Highland Park; James R. Skiles, De Kalb; De Kalb, May 1-2, 1914. Indiana:
Indiana association of teachers of English: N. W. Barnes, Greencastle; Odessa Zeiss, Noblesville;
Indianapolis, November, 1913. Indiana city and town superintendents' association: B. F. Moore, Muncie; L. E. Kelley, Montpelier; Indianapolis, November 6-s, 1913. . Indiana county superintendents association of '.ho eighth, ninth, and eleventh congressional districts: Otis E. Hall, Crawfordsville; Arthur Huyette, Bluffton; October 23-24, 1913. Indiana State teachers' association: A. O. Neal, Kokomo; J. B. Pearcy, Anderson. Iowa:
Iowa association of mathematics teachers: Arthur G. Smith, Iowa City; Ira S. Condlt, Cedar Falls;
Des Moines, November, 1913, with the State teachers' association.
Grinnell, November, 1913.
November 6-8,1813. Kansas:
Golden Belt educational association: Prof. Chamberlain, Ellis; Florence Quinl, Hill City; Hays.
Topeka, November 6-7, 1913.
probably February 6-7,1914.
November 6-8, 1913. Kentucky:
Association of Kentucky colleges and universities: A. M. Miller, Lexington; Frank Rainey, Danville; December 6,1913.
Kentucky educational association: N. C. Hammack, Morganfield; T. W. Vinson, Frankfort; Louisville, probably June, 1914. Louisiana:
Louisiana Stato public school teachers' association: Nicholas Bauer, New Orleans: L. J. AUeman,
Lafayette; Shreveport, April, 1914.
line; Charles F. Trudeau, New Roads: Baton Rouge.
Lake Charles, April, 1914. Maine:
Maine State teachers' association: William B. Andrews, Portland; Harold A. Allan, Augusta: Bangor, October 30-31,1913. Maryland:
Maryland high school teachers' association: E. OUn Rice, Frostburg; A. Naomi Crowl, Eastern high
school, Baltimore: Baltimore, probably December, 1913. Maryland history teachers' association: Percy I.. Kaye, Baltimore; Ella Y. Kicker, State normal
school, Baltimore; Baltimore. Maryland State teachers' association: Woodland C. Phillips, Ellicott City; Hugh W. Caldwell, Chesa.
peako City; June, 1914.
Massachusetts association of school superintendents: Fairfield Whitney, Everett; Wilfred H. Price,
Watertown; Worcester, October 3, 1913.
New Bedford; Fall River.
Boston, November 28,1913.
Boston, October 11,1913. Michigan:
Michigan association of school superintendents and school boards: W. B. Arbaugh, Ypsllanti; H. C.
Daley, Wyandotte; Lansing. Michigan schoolmasters' club: J. M. Frost, Muskegon; Louis P. Jocelyn, Ann Arbor; Ann Arbor,
Michigan State federation of teachers' clubs: Euretta C. Banister,' 322 Jefferson avenue, Grand Rapids;
Margaret Strahan, 5 Mount Vernon avenue, Grand Rapids; Ann Arbor, October 29-30, 1913. Michigan State teachers' association: S. O. Hartwell, Kalamazoo; J. P. Everett, Ypsllanti; Ann Arbor, October 30 to November 1, 1913. Minnesota:
Minnesota educational association: L. A. Weigle, Northfleld; E. D. Ponnell, East high school, Minneapolis; Minneapolis, October 22-25, 1913.
Minnesota music teachers' association: Leopold G. Bruenner, St. Paul; Edward H. Towles, 41 Sixth street, Minneapolis; Minneapolis, June, 1914. Mississippi:
Mississippi State classical teachers' association: A. L. Bondurant, University of Mississippi, University; E. T. Price.
Mississippi teachers' association: F. B. Woodley, Hattiesburg; H. L. McCleskey, Hailehurst. Missouri:
Missouri negro teachers' association: B. F. Allen, Jefferson City; Pansy B. Yoakum, 860 South Grant
street, Springfield; Jefferson City, November 27-29,1913.
University of Missouri, Columbia; St. Louts, November 6-8, 1913.
Kirksville; St. Louis, November, 1913, with the State teachers' association.
Columbia; St. Louis, with State teachers' association.
St. Louis, November 6-8, 1913.
Montana State teachers' association: W. K. Dwyer, Anaconda; Eva Harrington, Helena; Helena, November 24-26, 1913. Nebraska:
Nebraska history teachers' association: Mat tie C. Ellis, Peru; Julia M. Wort, Lincoln; Omaha,
November, 1913, with the State teachers' association. Nebraska schoolmasters'club: H. K. Wolfe, Lincoln; George L. Towne, Linooln; Lincoln, Deceml er,
Nebraska State teachers' association: James E. DelislI, Lincoln; W. G. Bishop, University Place;
Omaha, November 5-7,1913. Nebraska superintendents' and principals' association: J. A. Doremus, Auburn; Clare Mackin,
Nebraska City; Omaha, November 5,1913. Nevada:
Nevada State educational association: W. J. Hunting, Carson City; R. H. Mitchell, Sparks. New Hampshire:
New Hampshire State kindergarten association: Helen L. Southgate, Concord; Tyla Chamberlain, Concord; Concord, October 17,1913.
New Hampshire State teachers'association: Mr. Blaisdell, Laconia; Helen I. Buck, Manchester; Concord, October 24,1913. New Jersey:
New Jersey State teachers' association: H. J. Neal, Bridgeton; Charles B. Boycr, Atlantic City; Atlantic City, December 29-31,1913. New Mexico:
New Mexico educational association: W. B. McFarland, Silver City; Rupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe; Albuquerque, November 24-26, 1913. New York:
Associated academic principals: Seward S. Travis, Greenport; Edward P. Smith, North Tonawanda; Syracuse, December 29-31, 1913.
Council of elementary school principals and teachers: L. A. Arnold, Amsterdam; William H. Maxon, Yonkers.
New York State classical teachers' association: Perley O. Place, Syracuse; Mae F. Chaffee, Cortland;
Syracuse, December 26, 19l3.
Syracuse, November 25-26, 1913.
Syracuse; Syracuse, December, 1913.
wanda; Syracuse, November 24-26, 1913. North Carolina:
North Carolina association of city public school superintendents: R. n. Bachman, Edenton; A. T. Allen, Salisbury; Raleigh, November 30, 1913.
North Carolina kindergarten association: Iluttie Scott, Asheville; Fannie G. Gudger, Asheviile; Raleigh, November 27-29, 1913.
North Carolina State Sunday school association: J. A. Brown, Chadbourn; J. Walter Long, Greensboro; Winston-Salem, April 21-22,1914.
North Carolina teachers' assembly: A. C. Reynolds, Cullowhee; R. D. W. Connor, Raleigh; Raleigh, November 26-29, 1913. North Dakota:
North Dakota association of English teachers: A. E. Minard, Fargo; Edna Twamley, Grand Forks;
Fargo, November 6 or 7,1913. North Dakota educational association: J. N. Kelley, Grand Forks; W. E. Parsons, Bismarck; Fargo,
November 4-6, 1913.
North Dakota history teachers' association: G. R. Davies, University; Bertha M. Palmer, Williston; Fargo, November 5, 1913.
Association of Ohio teachers of mathematics and science: Ralph W. Buck, Dayton; Harriet E. Glazier,
Oxford; Columbus, April, 1914. Association of township superintendents of Ohio: O. W. Kurti, Bedford; J. R. Clarke, Columbus;
Ohio association of college presidents and deans: Richard S. Colwell, Granville; Miss Winona A.
Hughes, Wooster; Columbus.
Ohio State teachers' association: John K. Baxter. Canton; W. E. Kershner, Ohio State university, Columbus; probably Cedar Point, last week in June, 1914. Oklahoma:
Oklahoma educational association: Stratton D. Brooks, Norman; L. E. Weatherwax, Muskogee;
Tulsa, December 29-31, 1913.
Oregon State teachers' association,Western division: J. H. Ackerman. Monmouth; L. A. Wiley, Montavilla school, Portland; Salem, December, 1913, during the Christmas holidays. Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania State educational association: D. A. Harman, Hazleton; J. P. McCaskey, Lancaster. Rhode Island:
Rhode Island grammar masters' club: John H Harvey, Providence; Emest E. Wilbour, Centreville. Rhode Island Institute of instruction: Emerson L. Adams, Central Falls; John F. Deering, Arctic; Providence, October 30 to November 1, 1913. South Carolina:
South Carolina association of colleges: Henry N. Snyder; Leonard Baker, acting, University of South
Carolina, Columbia; Spartanburg, May 3, 1914.
South Carolina association of town and city superintendents: A. R. Banks, Columbia; B. L. Jones, Laurens; Spartanburg, April 14-15, 1914, with the State teachers' association.
South Carolina school Improvement association: Mary E. Hite, Aiken; Miss Isadora Williams, Liberty; probably Columbia, March, 1914.
South Carolina State colored teachers' association: N. J. Frederick. Columbia; S. L. Finley, Chester.
South Carolina State teachers' association: A. II. Casque, Florence; Leonard T. Baker, Columbia; Spartanburg, April 14-15, 1914. South Dakota:
South Dakota educational association: EUwood C. Perisho; J. C. Lindsey, Mitchell; Sioux Falls, November 24-26, 1913.
Tennessee history teachers' association: James D. Hoskins, Knoxville: St. George L. Sloussat, Van
derbilt university, Nashville, Term.
ville; Nashville, January 13-15, 1914.
November 27-29, 1913.
Conference Tor education in Texas: Clarence N. Ousley. Fort Worth; Lee Clark, general agent, Austin. Texas State teachers' association: W. F. Doughty. Martin; T. D. Brooks, HiUslwro; Pallas, November
Utah educational association: (1. N. Child, Salt Lake City; J. F. Anderson. Vcrmonl:
Vermont State teachers' association: A. E. Tuttle, Bellows Falls; Amy B. Drake, St. Johnsbury; Montpelier. October 23-25, 1913. Virginia:
Cooperative education association of Virginia: Mrs. B. B. Mumford, Richmond; J. H. Binford, Rich-
Virginia association of colleges and secondary schools: W. M. Black, Lynchburg; E. F. Shewmake,
Virginia educational conference: Julian A. Burruss, Harrisonburg; Algar Woolfolk, Richmond.
Virginia school trustees association: Henry Rice, Blackstone; John R. Morton, Meherrln.
Virginia State teachers' association: J. A. Burruss, Harrisonburg; Algar Woolfolk, Richmond; Norfolk, Thanksgiving week, 1913. Washington:
Washington educational association: C. R. Frazier, Everett; O. C. Whitney, Tacoma; Spokane, October 29 to November 1, 1913. West Virginia;
West Virginia education association: Otis G. Wilson, Elkins; A. P. Morrison, Clarksburg; Morgantown, June, 1914.
West Virginia teachers' association: E. L. Rann, McDonald; Mrs. E. V. Ellis, Oak Hill; Charleston, November 27,1913. Wisconsin:
Wisconsin association of mathematics teachers: E. C. Gotham; W. W. Hart, Madison; November, 1913.
Wisconsin city superintendents' association: G. F. Loomis, Waukesha; Fred Thompson, Menomonie;
Wisconsin physical education society: George E. Ehler, Madison; James G. Fletcher, Whitewater;
Wisconsin music teachers' association: Arthur W. Locke, Madison; Mrs. Georgia C. Hyde, 415 Park
Wisconsin school arts and home economics association: L. C. Sears, Milwaukee; F. M. Karnes, Kenosha; Milwaukee, November 13, 1913.
Wisconsin teachers' association: John Callahan, Mcnasha; M. A. Bussewitz, Milwaukee; Milwaukee,
Wyoming State teachers' association: Ira B. Fee, Cheyenne; Maud Dawes, Douglas; Kern merer,
Boston teachers' club: Helen Cleaves, Dorchester, Mass.; Margaret Nichols, Dorchester, Mass.; March, 1914.
Brooklyn teachers' association: William J. Morrison, 319 Stratford road; Daisy M. Marks, 217 McDonough
street; September 22, 1913. Detroit teachers' association: Miss Jean Lannin, 251 Commonwealth avenue; Wilma K. Everest, 255 W.
Grand boulevard; September 29, 1913. New York schoolmasters' club: Thomas O. Baker, 437 Hancock street, Brooklyn; Matthew D. Quinn,
101 East Ninety-second street, New York City; October 11,1913. Philadelphia teachers' association: Louise II. llacseler, Philadelphia high school for girls; Katharine E.
Puncheon, Philadelphia high school for girls. Pittsburgh teachers' association, 1003 Bessemer building: Miss Ivy Cluley, secretary. Public education association, 281 Fourth avenue, New York City: Charles P. Howland; Arthur W. Dunn. Public education association of Philadelphia, 1015 Witherspoon building: Otto T. Mailery; James S.
National Congress of Mothers.
Mrs. F. Schoff, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mrs. W. J. Chambers, Montgomery. Mrs. J. C. Norton, Phoenix.
Mrs. Hubert N. Howell,
Berkeley. Mrs. Fred Dick, Denver
Mrs. B. L. Mott, New Haven
Mrs. G. W. Marshall, Milford.
Mrs. James Little, Atlanta.
Mrs. T. C. Hollingshead, 1605, North Seventh 8t, Boise.
Mrs. L. D. Doty, Chicago..
Mrs. Frederic Hoke, Indianapolis.
Mrs. Charles Brenton, Dallas Center.
Mrs. N. E. Bragg, SI Third St., Bangor.
Mrs. Alexander Mitchell, Monkton.
Mrs. M. P. Hlggins, Worcester.
Mrs. R. B. Stapleton, Hat
tiesburg. Mrs. J. O. Nugent, 5S47
Maple Ave., St. Louis. Mrs. A. B. Ives, Great Falls.
Mrs. J. B. Moore, Laconia..
Mrs. A. H. Reeve, Moorestown.
Mrs. W. O. Oldham, organizer, Portales.
Mrs. D. S. Eldredge, 427 Frost Ave., Rochester.
Mrs. E. S. Wright, Conneaut.
Mrs. Robert H. Tate, Portland.
Mrs. G. K. Johnson, Langhorne.
Mrs. D. K. Bartlctt, Edgewood.
Mrs. Eugene Crutcher, Nashville.
Mrs. Chalmers W. Hutchison, Fort Worth.
Mrs. Clarence E. Allen, 929 First Ave., Salt Lako City.
Mrs. H. A. Harman, Rutland.
Mrs. Frank B. Hubbell, 1000 Fifteenth Ave. N.,Seattle.
Mrs. H. A. Beits, 895 Hackett Ave., Milwaukee.
Dr. B. N. Hamilton, Greyhull.