Page 11- May 1918

11th May 1918

EXHIBITION. – In connection with the day school, an exhibition was held on Saturday afternoon. The work included needlework for girls, kindergarten for infants , paper and cardboard modelling for boys. A special feature was the splendid array of pressed leaves, arranged and mounted by the childre, The schoolroom had been tastefully decorated for the occasion, by the head teacher, Miss Tattersall, assisted by the monitress, Miss Ball.

During the afternoon a large number of the parents, availed themselves of the opportunity of seeing personally the progress their children are making with their education. The exhibition reflected great credit on teachers and scholars alike. The exhibits were distributed to the children on Thursday.

11th May 1918

There was a very good exhibition of work done by the children, at the School, on Saturday, May 11th, and the number of parents and others who looked in, in the course of the afternoon, to see the collection, shows that a proper interest is taken in their doings. The specimens of writing and sumwork were very neat; the collections of pressed specimens were varied and interesting. Of the merits of the needlework others are better qualified to speak than myself, and they have pronounced it worthy of all praise.

24th May 1918

EMPIRE DAY celebrations took place at the Day School in a hearty fashion. The children contributed 10s. to the Overseas’ Club Smokes;. Patriotic songs were sung, and the children saluted the flag. The school had been gaily decked with flags for the occasion.

8th July 1918

In connection with War Weapons Week and excellent programme has been arranged by Mrs. Cracroft, the committee and Miss Tattershall (the indefatigable hon secretary of the War Savings Association). The concert takes place in the Theatre on Saturday. The speaker is Mr. G. Blow, of Lincoln. An aerodrome concert party and band have kindly promised their assistance.

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A most successful War Savings meeting was held in the Theatre on Saturday in connection with War Weapons Week, the house being very full, and the audience most enthusiastic. An excellent programme had been arranged by the Secretary (Miss Tattershall), and was well carried out in every detail. Thanks are due to her and her assistant (Miss Annie Ball) and the school children for the part they took in the proceedings. The organising secretary for the Welton Rural District (Mr. George H. Blow) and Mr. Grove (Deputy Town Clerk, Lincoln) gave addresses. The American orchestra from Scampton (by kind permission of Major Scanlon, U.S.A.) played selections. Votes of thanks were proposed by the Chairman (Mr Cracroft) and the Vicar (Rev. B. J. Boodle), and responded to on behalf of all concerned by Mr. George H. Blow. Miss Tattershall gave a report of the War Savings movement in Hackthorn.