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.-is as token of our alpp1'eeiz1,t'ion for
his untiring ejfortsg his deep, abid-
ing 'interest and zeal to 'make the
Lincoln High School the first in
every student enterpr-iseg not for
the worth of this book, but for the
sincere' love we bear him, we dedi-
cate the first Lincoln Annual to
JAMES ED WARD MGKO WN
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3 T1-nz LINCOLNIA
James Edward McKoWn
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N the peaceful and secluded little village of Noble, in the
southern part of Illinois, Mr. James 'Edward McKown was
born on the twenty-second day of June, 1872. When he
was but two his father died, leaving his mother and a sister
three years older than himself. They lived upon a farm at this
time near Olney, Illinois. At the age ot' five he started to the
litttle country school. situated a mile and a half from his
home. After completing his work there he attended the Olney
High School, from which he was graduated the valedictorian of
He then taught school at Wynoose and also at Sumner,
lllinois. After this he attended the Normal at Carbonale. from
which he was graduated, again with the highest honors. lfpon
completing the Normal course, he accepted a position as prin-
cipal ol' the Paxton schools, where he remained five years.
llnring this time he attended summer school at Chicago Uni-
versity and took correspondence work during the winter, later
being graduated from that institution.
In 1902 he accepted a position in the Seattle I-ligh School
as head oi' the English Department, holding this place three
years. In the summer of 1.9071 he returned to Paxton. where he
was married to Miss llorsey formerly a student ot' his in the
High School ol' that city. Vpon his return to Seattle he re-
sumed teaching and became principal ot' the Franklin High
School for the years ltlliti-T.
At the completion ot' the new Lincoln High School Mr.
llicliown was made its first principal. The starting ot' any
1-ew enterprise presents many diiiicnlties. and this has been
the case with our 0XVl1 school. All of these problems have been
solved in less than two years, during which time Mr. McKown
has been the guiding hand. His constant aim has ever heen to
make Lincoln iirst. Vnder his own personal direction, many
splendid organizations have been established, From the very
first the i'our classes have heen in a tiourishing condition. Last
year the debating team won the triangular championship of the
city, securing the handsome silver trophy, which has been re-
tained this season. ln the musical world, a splendid chorus
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