MANY TEACHERS HERE
The District Teachers Institute was opened here Monday with a large attendance. At the first session the general plan was layed (sic) and the work is now well underway. Two sessions per day are held. About 64 teachers are taking the work. Below we give the names of the teachers from the different counties; also the instructors with branches each one teaches.
Parker - History, Grammar, School Management, Teaching Power Science
Dow - Arithmetic, Physiology, Geography, Civics
Miss Barnes - Primary Work, Drawing, Music, Physical Culture
PRESENT BY COUNTIES
Logan - Arden Smith, Maggie Johnson, Maggie Detamore, Blanche Sheredan (has to be Blanche Elma Sheridan, born May 1883, daughter of John and Celia Sheridan. She married Zelmer Chipman and is buried in Sterling) , Mary Johnson, Supt. D.M. Dyer
Morgan - Julia Baxter, Clarressa Brewer (in the 1903 census it's Clarissa - she's a cook, born in 1877, living with brother John) , Netie Siskels, Supt Mrs. Clifford
Washington - Jenette Tuttle, Emma Beeney, Jane Ives, Duncan (possibly Edith's 17-year-old sister Blanche. They were daughters of county assessor John H. Duncan), Alta M. Tuttle, Susie M. Gray, Edith Duncan, Mazie Davis, Alphia Bailey, Supt Alta Tuttle
Sedgwick - Grace Crooker, Supt C.F. Parker
Phillips - Clara Donnelly, Alma Nelson, M.O. Donnelly, Jessie Hamilton, Jessie Powell, B.D. Parker, Supt. Madge Crowner
Yuma - Grace Chapin, Nannie Harris, Mary Brady, Daisy Van Winkle, Eva Sherman, Anna Lawerance (sic), Ruby Cumley, Victoria Finn, Catherine Klassan, Carrie Staininger, Bettie Lepper, Flora Finn, Clara Tegner, J. Abbott, Ida Hedrick, Irene Van Winkle, Nannie Creney, Josie Gallagher, Cora Smith, Minnie Dorman, Winnie Dorman, Eunice Houtchins, Else (sic) Sullivan, Ethel Miller, Zelta Godsey, Nanie Cuney, May Haver, Pearl Gardner, Edith Wimmer, Minnie Courtney, Rena Chapin, Flora Hendrie, Nellie Burns, Olie Rightsell, Esther Cheney, Sarah Palmer, Eva Grant, Rolla Cunningham.
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