In 1909 it had increased to four hundred and seventy.
Its curriculum is unique, and has been so widely published that its repetition here is unnecessary.
A gymnasium, with a good but partial outfit, has had an intermittent activity.
The Woman's Christian League, which reported a loss of twenty-five members in 1903, took on new life, and in 1909 reported a membership of two hundred and sixteen.
It furnishes annually a program, social, scientific, literary and missionary, which challenges comparison anywhere.
The women's work has been the most successful of all our departments ever since Mrs. Cutter
served as one of the managers of a fair in Brooks Hall.
The League is successful financially, as well as in other directions, having in three years paid to the society, to be applied to the debt, one hundred and eighty-four dollars, and to current expenses one thousand and forty-two dollars.
The Brotherhood has for four years sought to bring out a large attendance at vesper service once a month, providing a special preacher.
It holds five meetings during the season and a ‘Ladies' Night’ banquet, hears addresses on topics of interest to citizens and voters, and seeks to strengthen the social bonds of its members.
Through its religious work committee it arranges a series of lessons for the men's Bible class.
It has a membership of one hundred and fifty.
On the completion of the meeting-house it was found necessary to raise seventeen thousand dollars of its cost by a mortgage.
Three thousand dollars have been paid, one thousand dollars is in the treasury to be applied, and two thousand six hundred dollars more is pledged, the pledges to mature in two years.
It is to be expected that the financial and material will receive more attention under our circumstances than they are ordinarily entitled to, but we shall improve in that respect with the changes that will take place in the course of time.
During this pastorate one hundred and fourteen have received the rite of baptism, seventy-three