THE STORY OF AN INSPIRING PAST

 

Historical Sketch of the San Jose State Teachers College

From 1862 to 1928

With an

Alphabetical List of Matriculates and Record of Graduates by Classes

Compiled by

Mrs. ESTELLE GREATHEAD

 

 

San Jose, California

San Jose State Teachers College

1928.

 

 

 

 

Pages 328-350

 

 

RECORD of GRADUATES BY CLASSES

1891-1897

 

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THIRTY-NINTH CLASS-JANUARY, 1891.

 

Mira K. D. Abbott (Mrs. H. B. Maclay). Taught a short time. Married in 1893. Since her marriage she has been engaged in newspaper work. Was for a time connected with the Mercury-Herald. Later she moved to Berkeley, and has devoted all of her time to literary work, in which she has been quite successful.

Jennie C. Applegarth (Mrs. Trewhitt), Last reported teaching Pioneer School, Kings County, near Hanford.

Matilda S. Baker, 17 S. 11th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Solano and Santa Clara Counties.

Lily E. Bayne (Mrs. L. E. Rasmussen), Coloma, Eldorado County, Calif. Taught in Eldorado County. Married December 27, 1893.

M. Emilie Bergen, Berkeley, Calif. Taught continuously in Berkeley. Principal of Longfellow school in 1904.

Clara A. Boyer, Oleander, Calif. In 1905 had taught continuously.

Anna E. Carroll (Mrs. W. G. Jones), Taught in Santa Clara County. Married in 1904. She lived in San Jose after her marriage and in 1918 her address was still San Jose, but her death occurred in San Francisco, September 23, 1920.

Ida E. Carter, Mills College, Calif. She taught in the northern part of the state and in Arizona, but most of her teaching has been in Alameda County.

Florence H. Childs (deceased), Daughter of C.W. Childs, principal of the State Normal School. Died in San Francisco February 8, 1891.

E. May Cogswell (Mrs. John H. Sammi), 116 Sacramento St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1896.

Jessie D. Daby (Mrs. J. B. Tilley), 1354 Grove St., San Francisco, Calif. Married November 30, 1893.

Emma C. Dahlgren (Mrs. A. Dahlberg), 3535 Sacramento St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, also in Fresno County and in Santa Clara County. In 1893 was in Morgan Hill.

 

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Maggie J. Dowling, 95 Scott St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in various counties of the state. Was vice-principal at Maxwell, Colusa County.

Anna Dunlap, Manila, P.I. Taught in this state until 1900. Attended University of California. In 1903 wrote that she was teaching in the Philippine Islands, at Mexico, Pamganga.

Emily J. Ely (Mrs. G. N. Jacobs), Woodland, Calif. Taught two years in Yolo County. Married September 10, 1893.

Estelle Farrington, Vallejo, Calif. Taught most of the time in Solano County. In 1903 was teaching in Vallejo.

Daisy Fleming (Mrs. F. W. Johnstone), 757 Santa Clara Ave., Alameda, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1896. In 1922 was living in Alameda.

Lizzie R. Gallagher, 1253 Union St., San Francisco, Calif. Has been teaching most of the time in the San Francisco schools.

Mae I. Gates (Mrs. R. G. Hamilton), Present address, 1441 Jones St., San Francisco, Calif.  Taught in Alameda County.

John G. Gwartney (deceased), Taught in northern part of the state, and in Nevada. Graduated from Stanford in 1898. Taught in Orosi High School.

Maggie V. Kelly (Mrs. M. L. Virden), 1139 Madison Ave., New York. Taught in Mono County. Married in 1894. In 1901 was in New York. In 1902 was teaching in New York City.

Annie B. Keslar (Mrs. George S. Schoenberger), Skagway, Alaska. Taught in Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties. Married in 1897. Lived in Montana one year, but gave Monterey as home address. At last report, 1900 was to teach in Skagway, Alaska.

Enid Kinney, 455 Coleridge Ave., Palo Alto, Calif. Taught a short time and gave private lessons in drawing. Graduated from Stanford University, and in 1899 entered the art department of the San Jose Normal as an instructor in drawing. Remained until 1919 when she retired and has spent much of her time since in painting and in travel. Has made several trips aboard and has studied art extensively in France.

Adeline B. Latham, 1433 St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in the northern part of California and in Oregon. Spent two years in the east. In 1898 was in San Francisco.

Lillian M. Libbey, 1816 O'Farrell St., San Francisco, Calif. In 1901 was teaching in San Francisco.

Alice B. Malloy (Mrs. Joseph Dias), 266 S. 7th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Alameda and in Santa Clara Counties. Married in 1897. Studied optometry and is a doctor of optomerty. Assists her husband in the supervision of the Centerville school.

Mabel Merrill, 17 Van Ness Ave., Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz.

Honorine F. Monaghan (Mrs. Edward Kelly) (deceased), Taught until her marriage in 1895.

Estella M. Murdoch, San Diego, Calif. Taught in San Diego County.

Mary E. O'Leary, Post & Franklin Sts., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Lake County until 1893 when she began teaching in the Garfield School, San Francisco. Later taught in the Lincoln School.

Nellie L. Ottmer (Mrs. Coleman), Payson, Arizona. Taught in Sonoma County. Went to Arizona in 1892. Taught there until 1894 when she married.

Cora M. Poage (Mrs. (Rev.) H. C. Mohn), Pasadena, Calif. Taught in Mendocino and Sonoma Counties. Married in 1892. Reported in 1895 as living in Pasadena. Two children.

Thomas J. Roesman, Gridley, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Graduated from Stanford. In 1919 was working for his master's degree at University of California. At last report, (about 1920) was principal of high school in Gridley.

Matilda Ryan, 359 N. 1st St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Amador, Alameda, Fresno and Santa Clara Counties. Taught short time in Detroit, Michigan. In 1898 was teaching in Grant School, San Jose.

Lizzie M. Sheehan (Mrs. Shannon), 343 S. 8th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught until her marriage in July, 1891.

H. Persia Snider (Mrs. Briggs), Vallejo, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County, and in Ventura.

Nettie A. Sexton, San Jose, Calif.

 

FORTIETH CLASS-JUNE, 1891.

 

Luella M. Alexander, 702 E. Santa Clara St., San Jose, Calif. Has taught continuously. Since 1912 has been in the San Jose school department. Teaching the Hawthorne Grammar School.

Olive A. Alexander, 702 E. Santa Clara St., San Jose, Calif. Has taught continuously since graduation. At present (1927) is in the Horace Mann Grammar School.

C. Grace Barnhisel (Mrs. Charles Hudson), Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught for a time. Graduated from Stanford University. Married Charles Hudson, author and artist. Two children, a son and a daughter.

Catherine Beaulieu (Mrs. H. P. Childs), 448 Mill St., San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County and in Santa Clara County twenty-eight years.

Myrtle A. Beck, 981 S. 10th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hester School, San Jose.

Antione N. Berryessa, San Jose, Calif. Taught in the northern and southern part of the state.

Leona S. Bohmen (Mrs. A. J. Abrott), 2808 Ashley Ave., Berkeley, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1897. Three children.

Annie W. Brewer, 2312 C. St., San Diego, Calif. Taught in San Diego.

Jean W. Borwnlie, (sic) Vallejo, Calif. Teaching in Vallejo.

Josephine Bryan, 275 S. 9th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sacramento, Kern and Santa Clara Counties.

W.J. Cagney, Lancaster, Calif. Taught in Hollister for many years. County Superintendent of San Benito County, until he left for the southern part of the state.

Carrie J. Christiansen, Napa, Calif. Taught in Napa County.

Hattie A. Church (Mrs. H. A. Baugh), Truckee, Calif. Taught in Truckee until December, 1893. Married.

Margaret Claussen, Blanco, Monterey County, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, seven years in Salinas City at time of last report in 1898.

Carrie M. Coffin, 603 Eddy St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught and did newspaper work.

 

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Sallie Cox (Mrs. James Henry Deakin), Bowness on Windemere, England, Taught until her marriage in 1897.

Mrs. W. I. De La Roza (Mrs. Parrish), Ripon, Calif. Taught in Kings County.

Sierra U. D'Orsay, Eureka, Nevada, In 1892 was teaching in Eureka, Nevada.

William J. Dougherty, Park Hotel, San Jose, Calif. Taught until 1898. Was on County Board of Education in San Benito County. In 1899 was County Assessor. Was a member of the State Legislature in 1892-93. Principal of Castorville School. In 1916 was connected with the Custom House, San Francisco.

Marion L. Eaton, Reno, Nevada. Taught in Nevada.

Cecelia Emerson, Dulgura, San Diego County, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County, also Sacramento and San Diego Counties.

Ruth A. Fowler, Evergreen, Santa Clara County, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Daisy Fox (Mrs. Desmond), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County, and in the San Jose Public Schools.

Clara W. Gordon, Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Alice E. Hannaford, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County, and in Santa Clara County. Was for some years a teacher in the East San Jose Grammar School.

Jennie Hooke (Mrs. Thomas W. Seabury), Henry St., near Sanchez, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Married in 1896.

Janet C. Ingraham, Dayton, Washington. Taught in Oregon and in Washington.

Laura M. Ivory (Mrs. Fred V. Wood), 1140 Oakland Ave., Piedmont, Calif. Taught in Alameda County. Married in 1893.

Clara C. Jensen, Napa, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County, and in Napa.

Mason B. Jones (deceased). Died soon after graduation.

Alice E. Kelly, Martinez, Calif. Taught seven years in Vine Hill, Contra Costa County.

Harding M. Kennedy (deceased). Taught for a time. Entered eastern Conservatory of Music. Graduated from Dana's Musical Institute, Warren, Ohio. Took graduate work, and completed course for master's degree. Member of faculty. Later taught music in Riverside, and in Ontario, Calif. Spent two years studying in Europe. Opened music studio in Berkeley. Married Alma Schmidt in 1904. He was a correspondent of the Violin World while he was studying in Germany, and was rated as a brilliant violinist. His death occurred in 1916.

Mary B. Killefer, Redlands, Calif. Taught in southern part of state.

Maude Maddox, Davisville, Calif. Taught in her home town.

Fannie R. Mansfield (Mrs. R. I. Browley), Sonora, Calif. Taught in Tuolumne County until her marriage in 1895.

Minnie P. Mayne, Paso Robles, Calif.  Taught in San Luis Obispo County, in Paso Robles.

Maggie M. McClintic (Mrs. W. N. Wood), Mexico, Missouri. Taught in Yolo County. Married in 1899.

Margaret McConnell, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, and for a short time in Santa Clara County. In 1898 was teaching in Salinas City Schools.

Mary J. McCormick (Mrs. J. V. Azevedo), Half Moon Bay, Calif. Taught in San Mateo County. Married in 1893.

Leola McCreary (Mrs. H. E. Bigelow), O'Neal's, Madera County, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1893. Visited Normal School in 1911.

Anna McLanahan, Franklin, Sacramento, County, Calif. Taught until 1903.

Lulu G. Merwin (Mrs. G. S. Turner), 720 26th St., Sacramento, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1898.

Minnie G. Moore (Mrs. George T. Hesser) (deceased), Taught until her marriage in 1896.

Bertha E. Morgan (Mrs. Alex Marquess), Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught about twenty-eight years. Is still teaching in Santa Cruz. Two children.

Margaret L. Munn, Napa, Calif. Taught in this state and in Salt Lake City, Utah. Graduated from Household Arts Department of the San Jose Normal School in 1914. Was teaching in Hester School, San Jose in 1915, also taught in evening school.

Mittie U. Myers, New Whatcom, Wash. Taught in northern part of state. Graduated from University of California in 1899. Her home address was Reno, Nevada. When last heard from was teaching in the State Normal School at New Whatcom, Washington.

Anna Bell Nelson, Durham, Butte County, Calif. Taught in northern part of state. In 1904 was teaching in Butte County.

Edmund A. Nicholson, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught until 1898. Began work with the Flume and Trading Co.

Lou Nussberger (Mrs. L. Schuppert), 1043 Vallejo St., Napa, Calif. Taught in Napa County until her marriage in 1912.

Cora B. Ogden (Mrs. J. A. Thomas), 125 N. 5th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught until her marriage November 14, 1894.

Ruby A. Ordway, 59 Ocean View Ave., Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo, Solano and Santa Cruz Counties.  Attended Stanford University.

Mabel C. Pearce (Mrs. Daniel M. Willson), San Juan, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1893. Died February 22, 1896.

Mary A. Pierce, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Horace Mann Grammar School, San Jose.

Clyde Ray, Galt, Sacramento County, Calif. Taught five years, part of the time as principal.

Emma B. Reynolds, Healdsburg, Calif. Taught in Nevada, also in San Luis Obispo County.

Edwin E. Roberts, Carson City, Nevada. Taught for a number of years in California and Nevada. In 1916 report showed him to be an attorney in Nevada and a U.S. Congressman.

A. Maude Robertson, 323 Jones St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught until 1898.

Bessie M. Rouse, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in this state and also in Arizona.

Evelyn M. Sharp (Mrs. P. T. Evans), Riverside, Calif. Married in 1895.

Grace V. Shearer, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

 

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Lottie A. Simpson, 417 N. 2nd St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in California. Since 1895 in San Jose High School.

Genevia Sisson, Aptos, Calif. Taught in Montezuma school. Studied Kindergarten. Studied in Stanford and had charge of Stanford Kindergarten. At last report was teaching kindergarten in Santa Cruz.

M. Beaumelle Sturtevant (Mrs. Kimball), Haywards, Calif. Taught in Kern, Solano and Alameda Counties.

Lizzie F. Waltenbaugh, Livermore, Calif. Taught in Alameda County.

Sarah R. Waltenbaugh (Mrs. Moran), Livermore, Calif. Taught in Livermore. Married and lived in Maricopa, Kern County.

Martha L. Wight (Mrs. F. F. Harlan), Box 216, Pittsburg, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County. Also in Sierra County.

Alma I. Worrell (Mrs. Charles Haynes), Spokane, Washington. Taught in Santa Clara and in Placer Counties. Married 1895.

 

FORTY-FIRST CLASS-JANUARY, 1892.

 

Nellie J. Beckwith (Mrs. E. E. Skinner), Eureka, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Married July 8, 1896. In 1910 was reported teaching in Eureka.

Nina L. Berger (Mrs. A. A. Plaskett), Lockwood, Calif. Taught. Was left a widow in 1908. Four children.

Alfred J. Chew, Evergreen, Calif. Taught in Monterey and in Siskiyou Counties. Attended Stanford.

Mabel C. Cutler (Mrs. J. F. Richards) (deceased), Taught in California and Nevada. Married in 1892.

Armilda Doughty, Templeton, Calif. Taught most of the time in San Luis Obispo County.

A. Maud Drexler, 641 N. 19th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera, San Luis Obispo, Santa Cruz and Santa Clara Counties. Taught in San Jose city schools for some years. Visited Normal School in 1912. Retired.

Lillian M. Durkee, 577 Jean St., Oakland, Calif. Taught a few years and then entered University of California. Last reported teaching in Alameda.

Myra A. Fairfield, Campbell, Calif. Taught for a few years.

Mercy C. Farnsworth, 2527 M. St., Sacramento, Calif. Taught continuously in Sacramento County. In 1917 was teaching in Sacramento city schools.

Maud Gardner, Guatemala City, C.A. Taught in public and private schools. In 1898 was giving private lessons in Euglish in Guatemala.

Katherine B. Hall, 639 Kearney St., San Francisco, Calif. Studied art at Hopkins School of Design, S.F.

Thomas S. Hays, Manton, Tehama County, Calif. Taught in Tehama County.

Everett A. Holland, 110 S. 15th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in northern part of state few years. Principal of Gardner School, San Jose in 1898. At present, (1927) principal of Grant Grammar School, San Jose.

Rose E. Hudson (Mrs. (Rev.) O. G. Hughson), 794 Waco St., Portland, Ore. Taught until her marriage in November, 1892.

Ellen F. Kelly (Mrs. Charles Daniel Chapman), Santa Clara, Calif. Taught for a short time in Normal Training School. Married February 27, 1900.

Mary Alice Newcomb, San Jose, Calif. Taught Mathematics, Science, and Latin in San Jose Academy. Graduated from King Conservatory of Music in 1897. Received her degree from Stanford University in 1906.

Wm. W. Pettit, R.2, Box 4, Olympia, Wash. Principal of Gilroy School for some years. Attended summer school, University of California. Took correspondence course with Boston Home College.

Julia M. Poston, Yountville, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin and Napa Counties. Principal of Yountville School.

Christina Reeg (Mrs. John Bayne), Placerville, Calif. Taught in and near Placerville.

Jozie C. Rider (Mrs. C. C. Corbiere), Redding, Calif. Taught in Napa County. Married in 1904.

Kate I. Sargent (deceased), Taught a very short time. Died September 29, 1893.

Blanche H. Schick (Mrs. G. A. Littler), 1501 Vallejo St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1897.

A. Florence Smith (Mrs. Edmund S. Smith), Napa City, Calif. Taught in Napa County. In 1894 was in Tokyo, Japan, teaching English in a Japanese family, Baron Iwaski. Also did some work in American Episcopal Mission. Taught both in private schools and under the Japanese government until 1906. Traveled and returned to America. In 1908 was to enter Teachers College, Columbia University, New York.

Emilie V. Sutton, Bryson, Monterey County, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Carrie M. Thompson (Mrs. Delos W. Smythe), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara.

Mary G. Tormey, 595 S. 15th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County and in Milwaukee, Wis. Since 1898 has been teaching in San Jose, Horace Mann Grammar School.

Jessica S. Vance, Ontario, Calif. Received master's degree from Stanford in 1898. Assisted in English department at Stanford for two years. Taught in Los Angeles Normal School, and when last reporting was teaching in Chaffey College, Ontario.

Helen C. Wight (Mrs. Frank H. Turner), Sattley, Calif. Taught in San Benito and in Contra Costa Counties. Engaged in merchandise. Was chairman of Red Cross; active in Food Administration and Council of Defense; has been book salesman and postmistress. Has one daughter who was gold medal student at the University of Nevada where she was graduated. Mrs. Turner has studied continually and writes that, her “wagon is still hitched to an A.B. Star.” She is teaching in Sattley and her daughter teaches in high school.

Bertha A. Wiltz, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Attended Stanford and was graduated. Teaching in Santa Clara High School.

 

FORTY-SECOND CLASS-JUNE, 1892.

 

Ethelyn J. Armstrong (Mrs. Drake), 3800 Pasadena Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, and in Sacramento County. Taught for a short time in the Training School of the Normal School.

 

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L. Hortense Ayres (Mrs. Newel Ward Huggins), 1205 Seneca St., Seattle, Washington. Taught in Harvard School, Chicago. Went to Seattle to teach. Was married December 23, 1899.

Jennie Bickerstaff, Lafayette, Contra Costa County, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County. Last reported teaching was at Walnut Creek.

E. Kate Biggerstaff, Lakeport, Calif. Has taught for many years in Lake County. Last report in 1915 gave her teaching at Middletown.

Elma S. Boyce (Mrs. Elma S. Eade), Salinas, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and Monterey Counties. Married September 12, 1894.

Sylvia H. Boyce, 2618 College Ave., Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Studied osteopathy, and is now practicing in Berkeley. Writes in the highest terms of the foundation work received in the Normal School.

Lilian R. Breyfogle, Madera, Calif. Taught in Madera.

Micager E. Brooks, 1205 Alice St., Oakland, Calif. Taught in Fresno County. Married 1894. Member of Board of Education in Tuolumne County. Visited Normal in 1918. Was then in employ of S.P.R.R. at Oakland Pier.

Juliette A. Burns, South Pasadena, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and in Santa Clara Counties. Graduated from Pacific College of Oesteopathy, South Pasadena in 1905.

Eleanor A. Carlson, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fairfield, Davis and Winters.

Eva W. Carnes (Mrs. Leroy E. Armstrong) (deceased). Taught until her marriage in 1897. Husband member of 1896 class. Died at Encinal, Santa Clara County, May 20, 1898.

Carrie J. Carr, Haywards, Calif. Taught in Sierra and Monterey Counties.

Florence E. Coggswell (Mrs. Wm. P. Mills), Sitka, Alaska. Taught in Monterey County. Substituted in San Francisco schools. Married December 18, 1894.

Sam H. Cohn, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Alameda County for many years. Principal of grammar school, also principal of school in Stockton. Attended University of California. Was appointed deputy superintendent of public instruction under Will C. Wood, and still holds this position.

Carrie A. Coleman (Mrs. Moore) (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Died in 1897.

Lizzie G. Conner (Mrs. L. G. Mann), Soledad, Calif. Married in 1893.

M. Ruth Cox (Mrs. Bush), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County.

Eliza Cross (Mrs. Howard May), 1752 Vine St., Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Student at University of California, where she secured high school credentials. A student of international problems. Has written religious pageants. Active in church federations. Press chairman for Congregational women.

Addie E. Denney (Mrs. Dickinson), Waitsburg, Wash. Taught in Washington. Principal Waitsburg school. Married in 1893.

George A. Edgar, 234 Broadmoor Blvd., San Leandro, Calif. Taught in Fresno and in Santa Clara County. Principal of Niles school. Married, 1897 to Blanche E. Philippi of same class.

Blanche A. Emery (Mrs. Richmond), 731 13th St., Richmond, Calif. Taught in Alvarado. Married in 1898.

Laura B. Everett, 2632 Regent St., Berkeley, Calif. Taught until 1898, part of the time as assistant in Sutter Union High School. Entered Stanford and graduated in 1901. Taught in High School in Selma. In 1921 was teaching in Technical High School, Oakland.

Alice M. Fountain, St. Helena, Calif. Vice-principal in St. Helena school. Visited Normal School in 1912.

Cyrus J. Gaddis (Dr.), 471 Chetwood Ave., Oakland, Calif. Taught until 1895. Went east. Was principal high school at Bertrand, Nebraska for one year. Worked for the University Association. Graduated from the American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Missouri after course of three years. Practiced in Ft. Collins, Colorado. In 1908 returned to California and began practicing in Oakland, First National Bank Building.

Helen D. Geis, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Fresno. Graduated from Stanford. Teaching Polytechnic High School. Los Angeles.

Jennie Gibbons (Mrs. B. F. Keys), Antelope, Sacramento County, Calif. Taught in Placer and in Sacramento Counties. Married May 23, 1897.

Jennie F. Graham (Mrs. Wanzer), 2933 23rd St., Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Jessie S. Greenlaw (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo and in Sacramento Counties. Died April, 1896.

Josie M. Grubbs, Lockeford, San Joaquin County, Calif. Taught in Calaveras, Placer and Sacramento Counties.

Bettie Gwartney, Mountain View, Calif. Taught in Amador and Monterey Counties. In 1895 began teaching at Mayfield.

Kate Haggerty, 411 E. San Fernando St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Taught in San Jose schools.

Pearl W. Hall, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, part of the time in San Jose.

Bertha J. Hart (Mrs. Isadore W. Cohen), 1917 Franklin St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Lake, Monterey and Santa Clara Counties. Married January 17, 1897. Two sons. Mrs. Cohen writes that she found her Normal Course most helpful in rearing her two sons. She is a happy wife and mother.

Victorine Hartley, Colusa, Calif. Taught near Watsonville, then Butte City, then Colusa. Attended University of California.

Laura I. Hickman, 496 S. 2nd St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Tehama and San Luis Obispo Counties. In 1900 began teaching in San Jose, Gardner School.

Emma G. Howard, 3779 Clay St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Francisco.

Leona C. Howie, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in Tehama County and in San Luis Obispo County.

Susie A. January (Mrs. Seybolt), 247 S. 16th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Placer County. Married L.M. Hale in 1896. After death of husband married Mr. Seybolt.

Laura B. Jones (Mrs. A. E. Weed), 1621 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Hester School. In 1895 married A. E. Weed of class of 1895. Took course in music. Gave lessons in vocal and instrumental music.

 

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Clara E. Katelson, 2700 Prince St., Berkeley, Calif. Taught most of the time in Alameda County.

William H. Langdon, 19th and Jackson St., Oakland, Calif. Principal of San Leandro and Fresno Schools. Admitted to practice law in 1896. Is a member of the appellate court, and a distinguished jurist.

Kate C. Lessard (Mrs. Zane), Cragmont, Berkeley, Calif. Taught near Eureka.

Edith B. Leach (Mrs. Talbert), 699 S. 9th St., San Jose, Calif. Teaching in the Lowell Grammar School. Has a son who is a recent graduate of the college.

Kate Linchan (deceased), Taught in Fresno and in Santa Clara County. Died in San Jose March 11, 1897.

Abbie E. Lorentzen (Mrs. S.M. Ballard), Fresno, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County and in Fresno County. Married in 1896.

Frank D. Macbeth, Humboldt Bank Bldg., San Francisco, Calif. Taugth (sic) in Tamalpais Military Academy. Principal of Dayton, Nevada school. Studied law at University of California. Graduated from Hastings Law School. Is practicing law in San Francisco.

Mary C. Maguire (deceased), Taught for many years in Haywards. Died in Oakland, July, 1926.

Flora McAfee, Santa Clara, Calif.

Margaret Moran, Merced, Calif. Taught near Merced.

Kittie S. Myers, 412 N. 5th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Lena K. Nangle (deceased), Taught in her home county. Was a member of County Board of Education and was County Superintendent of Schools for a year and a half. Died October 30, 1902.

H. Bessie Newcomer (Mrs. E. G. Swift), Cinnabar, Trinity County, Calif. Taught in Napa County. Married in 1897.

Emma J. O'Neal (Mrs. A. C. Campbell), Lowell, Washington. Taught in Lake County, then in Washington. Married in 1898.

Carrie M. Overacker (Mrs. Lawson), Mission San Jose, Calif. Taught in Yolo County and in Alameda County. Married in 1895. Four children. Plans to send her daughter to the Normal School.

Louise Pearce (Mrs. W. O. Miller), 471 E. Julian St., San Jose, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1897.

Florita L. Peet (Mrs. Lewis C. Hunter), 1060 N. St., Fresno, Calif. Taught several years. Attended Stanford University. Married in 1898.

Laura A. Peterson, 33 Jefferson St., Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Graduated from Stanford.

Blanche R. Philippi (Mrs. George A. Edgar), Niles, Calif. Taught in Placer and Sacramento Counties. Married July 14, 1897.

Maud E. Porter (Mrs. T. A. Work), Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Married in 1895.

Evah A. Poston (Mrs. Frank Van Vleet), Rutherford, Napa County, Calif. Taught in Napa County. Married in 1895.

James T. Preston, 1336 Oxford St., Berkeley, Calif. Has taught continuously, and became a leading educator of the bay district. Was connected with the Mt. Tamalpais Military Academy for several years. Has a thorough musical education and an unusually fine voice. Has been principal of one of the Berkeley Grammar schools since 1906. Married Edith Dietz.

Lucy E. Purinton (Mrs. Edward S. Brown), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Placer and in Sutter Counties.

Annie Rucklidge, Hollister, Calif. Taught a short time. Died January 27, 1894.

Elva B. Sawyer (Mrs. Edward Cureton), 360 N. 16th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught until 1898. Was married December 28, 1899. Mrs. Cureton is now a widow. Has done considerable literary work. Has a son who is a graduate of this College and of Stanford.

Eva R. Schneider, Rocklin, Calif. Taught in Eldorado County.

Minnie A. Schroeder (Mrs. Dr. Victor G. Vecki), 43 St. 5th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Married March 8, 1894.

Florine Secrest (Mrs. Kindermann), Willow Glen, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Yolo County. Married September 9, 1896.

Bertha D. Smith (Mrs. Ritner Dodson), 187 Bryant St., Palo Alto, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, also in Monterey County. Married February 6, 1896. Four children, three living. Mrs. Dodson has a daughter, Mrs. Viola Dodson Whitmer, who is a graduate of the San Jose Teachers College.

Blanche Starkweather (Mrs. H. S. Beckwith), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in San Benito and in Santa Clara County. Married in 1898.

Maud C. Stone, Paso Robles, Calif. Taught in Paso Robles.

Irene E. Thomas, Madrone, Calif. Taught in Alameda, Monterey and Santa Clara Counties. Taught nine weeks in Farallone Islands.

Tillie E. Thomas, Placerville, Calif. Taught in Paso Robles.

Cecelia Titus (Mrs. Morris), 237 S. 4th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sierra County and in Kern County. Married May 4, 1898.

Mamie C. Torpey, 1072 Dolores St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Mateo County and in San Francisco.

Catha M. Townsend, 653 Raymond Ave., Pasadena, Calif. Taught in Hester School, San Jose, then in Pasadena.

A. Estelle Walter, Vallejo, Calif. Teaching in Napa County. In 1897 began teaching in Vallejo.

Jennie M. O. Ware (deceased), Taught in Placer County, and near Gilroy. Died in 1895.

Julia James Washington (Mrs. Thomas Chalmers Law), 1245 N. Commerce St., Stockton, Calif. Taught in Merced County, and in the Stockton City Schools. Took work at University Summer School. Has two children. Still teaching (1927).

Annie M. Williams (Mrs. Dr. F. F. Neff), Concord, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County. Vice-principal Concord. Married October 6, 1897.

Florence Wilson, El Paso, Texas. Taught in this state, then went to Texas, and has been teaching in the high school at El Paso.

 

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FORTY-THIRD CLASS-JANUARY, 1893.

 

Alma Albin, 1836 Haste St., Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, San Francisco, then in San Luis Obispo County, then in Dwight Way School, Berkeley.

Augusta F. Anderson (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo County and in Santa Clara County. Was teaching in Lincoln School, San Jose, when taken ill with typhoid and died October 10, 1907, just a week before her twin sister passed away. The death of these twin sisters was especially tragic as it involved the death of their mother about the same time.

Mary F. Anderson (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo and in San Bernardino Counties. Was principal of Moreland School, Santa Clara County. Was taken ill with typhoid and died October 17, 1907.

Lilah Bell (Mrs. Reese), Healdsburg, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County. Attended Stanford University. Married in 1905. Taught in Yuma, Arizona. Returned to Teachers College and took graduate work. Teaching Cookery and Manual Training in Healdsburg.

Celine Borde (deceased), Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Attended Stanford University.

Charlotte J. Brower (Mrs. Samuel Windsor Brown), 1426 18th Ave., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then in the San Jose schools, at Lincoln and Longfellow. Special work at Stanford. Secretary P.T.A. and Mothers' Congress of Ohio. Ten years in University Women’s Club of Ohio State University.

Georgia Byer, Brentwood, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County. Attended University of California.

C. Lloyd Childs, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and Santa Clara Counties. Attended Stanford. Went to Hawaii and was agent of Honolulu Chamber of Commerce. Had charge of Hawaiian exhibit at Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco in 1915. Was in Washington, D.C., two years, Disbursing Department in the Department of the Interior.

Harriet Collier, Merced, Calif. Taught in Merced County.

Nellie I. Cutting (Mrs. Edwin W. Newcomb), 5126 Fairfax Ave., Ogden, Utah. Taught in Placer County. Entered San Jose. Married in 1900. Three children.

Mamie E. Darling, 490 N. 5th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County. Entered San Jose school department. Teaching in Horace Mann Grammar School.

Emma F. Denner (Mrs. T. H. Ballard), Huntington Park, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught five years in Contra Costa County.

L. May Evans, Milpitas, Calif. Taught in Sierra, Alameda and Santa Clara Counties.

Lizzie A. Fleming, 226 S. Olive St., Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Placer County, at Lincoln, for several years. In 1910 went to Los Angeles and taught in city schools.

Elizabeth A. Fulmor, 2036 D. St., Eureka, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County.

Nina L. Garwood (Mrs. John Kline Albee) (deceased). Taught in Sacramento County, and in Santa Clara County. Married July 14, 1908. Died in Palo Alto, May 23, 1927, leaving a husband and one son, Eugene.

Eliza R. Geraldson (Mrs. Howard H. Griffiths), 1529 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Placer County. Married June 30, 1896.

Marguerite Gildea, 340 S. 15th St., San Jose, Calif. Teaching in Theodore Roosevelt Junior High School, San Jose.

Catherine Griffith (Mrs. Stocker), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Married November 26, 1896.

Maud Harrison (Mrs. R. W. Simmons), Biggs, Butte County, Calif. Taught three years in Butte County. Married July 9, 1896.

Grace Hollenbeck (Mrs. H. O. Willard), Ft. Assinnihoine, Montana. Did not teach. Married September 15, 1898, to Lieutenant Harry Ormiston Willard, 10th Cavalry, U.S.A.

Rosa S. Ismert (Mrs. George L. Sackett), 377 60th St., Oakland, Calif. Taught for several years. Has taken summer school work at University, also a year of hospital training and has traveled. Married and is now a widow. Teaching mathematics in Edison Junior High School, Berkeley, Calif.

Laura G. James, Box 151, Saratoga, Calif. Did not teach until after completing course at Stanford from which she was graduated in 1897. Taught in Arroyo Grande High School. Has taken graduate work at Stanford and received her M.A.

Maude Jefferson (Mrs. E. W. Leighton), Dorchester, Mass. Taught four years in Monterey, Fresno and Santa Clara Counties. Married May 31, 1898.

Mary A. Koerber, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, then in San Jose.

Augusta L. Kuhle, 1625 San Jose Ave., Alameda, Calif. Taught in Alameda, Encinal School.

Maud E. Love, San Diego, Calif. Taught for a few years. Has studied art extensively in Philadelphia, and abroad. Took work at University of California. Director of drawing in Willimantic Normal School, Connecticut. When last heard from was teaching drawing and manual training in San Diego Normal School.

Mary E. McDougald, 338 Eldorado St., Stockton, Calif. Taught in Stockton. Attended Stanford University.

Mary T. McGinnis, Vallejo, Calif. Taught in Solano County, also did private teaching.

Marguerite Middleton (Mrs. Sullivan), 38 S. Grant Ave., Denver, Colorado.

Lizzie S. Montgomery, The Avondale, 28th St., Oakland, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County, then in Oakland.

Myrta W. More (Mrs. Swett), 938 Spruce St., Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Martinez. Married July 15, 1897. Interested in girls. Guardian of Camp Fire Girls. Two daughters.

Elna M. Nelson (Mrs. Hunt), Olema, Marin County, Calif. Taught in Pt. Reyes.

Fred R. Ogden, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Nevada. Entered dental college in Philadelphia and was graduated in 1898. Practiced in Hydesville, Humboldt County, later in Oakland

Mildred S. Overfelt, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Benito, Mono and Lake Counties.

Jessie A. Parkman (Mrs. C. C. Spalding), Sunnyvale, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then in San Jose school department. Summer school work at Stanford. On County Board of Education. Interested in P.TA., in Eastern Star, Golf and County club, S.F. Women's Club. Married Hon. C.C. Spaulding, member of Legislature and pioneer banker. One son, Charles C.

 

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Lucie E. Puter (Mrs. Sawyer), Eureka, Calif. Taught in Humboldt and in Santa Clara County.

Blanche L. Rawdon, 150 Otis St., Station M.O. San Francisco, Calif. Taught short time. Had music pupils. Graduated from Stanford. Traveled abroad.

Elsie B. Robertson (Mrs. A. M. Gall), Jackson, Calif. Taught in Amador County. Attended Stanford. Married August 8, 1896.

Alice M. Sherman (Mrs. Clarence Messersmith), 207 ˝ Guerrero St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County, then in Petaluma. Married January 22, 1897.

Lillian Sparks, 514 16th St., Oakland, Calif. Taught in Oakland. Attended University of California.

Elinor S. Spencer, 562 E. St. John St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Benito County, and in San Jose.

Kate A. Stephens (Mrs. James Symons), Shandon, S.L.O. Co., Calif. Taught in Shasta, Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties. Married July 17, 1904.

Inez Tarr (Mrs. H. F. Sheldon), San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in Orange, Ventura and San Luis Obispo Counties. Married, 1901.

Hattie M. Tilson, 86 E. St. John St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. In 1913 had taught nineteen years in Castorville.

Alice M. Treat, Meridian Rd., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Richard I. Walsh, 48 Haymarket, London, England. Taught a few years. Left teaching for dramatic work in New York City. Left New York for London. Still working in drama.

Ida Waltenspiel, 364 S. 9th St., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Tuolumne, Stanislaus and Santa Clara Counties.

Lizzie Webb (Mrs. Penniman), San Jose, Calif.

Della White (Mrs. E. M. Loveland), Ferndale, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Married February 4, 1896.

Elsie Winans, Modesto, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County.

Laurola Woodhams, Santa Clara, Calif. Taught in Modesto, and in Santa Clara County.

Bessie G. Wyman (Mrs. Campbell), Petaluma, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, and in Sonoma County.

 

FORTY-FOURTH CLASS-JUNE, 1893.

 

Eleanor F. Abbe (Mrs. Ed. Pearce), San Juan Bautista, Calif. Taught in San Benito County. Married October 22, 1897.

Gertrude L. Adair, Nevada City, Calif. Taught in Nevada County, part of the time in Nevada City.

Katharine Adams (Mrs. John Henry Hicks), Cuervo, N.M. Taught in Santa Cruz mountains. Graduated from Stanford in 1903. Taught in Mayfield. Taught in Territorial Normal School, Tempe, Arizona. Director of Training School. Married January 1, 1906.

A. Louise Adams (Mrs. G. M. Gardner), Fallon, Nevada. Taught in Elko High School. Married October, 1900.

Olive E. Bancroft (Mrs. Olive B. Hunt), Auburn, Calif. Taught in Placer County. Married December 19, 1896.

Joseph L. Beall, Fresno, Calif. Taught in Fresno County.

Gertrude A. Black (Mrs. Francis), Ferndale, Calif. Taught in Monterey County and in Los Gatos. Married March 4, 1897.

Grace M. Blank (Mrs. Grace Jordan), San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then in Los Gatos. Married.

Sallie E. Boggan, Exeter, Calif. Taught in Tulare County.

Nellie G. Borden, Sea Bright, Calif. Has taught continuously. Has taken University work, also work at Fresno Teachers College. Member of Board of Education Madera County four years. Belonged to Study Club sixteen years. Active in civic affairs, member Fresno Music Club, also Little Theater Players. Member of N.E.A. and C.T.A. Delegate to N.E.A. in 1922. Traveled extensively in U.S., Hawaii, Philippines and the Orient. Principal Winchell School, Fresno.

Stella E. Bowers (Mrs. R. J. Stambrook), Phoenix, Arizona. Married September 5, 1895.

Sadie G. Bradley (Mrs. W. T. Henn), Des Moines, Iowa. Married September, 1894

Lizzie E. Byer (Mrs. Douglas), Antioch, Calif. Married October, 1893.

Mattie B. Cameron (Mrs. Charles Wesley Van Benschoten), Grayson, Calif. Taught in Grayson, then in Hester School, San Jose.

Margaret E. Chapin, San Jose, Calif. Did not teach. Attended Stanford.

Maria E. Chapin, San Jose, Calif. Taught a short time near Auburn. Attended Stanford.

Beatrice Childs (deceased), Taught one year. Died December, 1896.

Annie E. Christenson (Mrs. J. Joyce) (deceased),Died in San Luis Obispo, May 16, 1898. Taught in Santa Cruz mountains, also in San Luis Obispo County.

Edna Clinton (Mrs. Lee Ridley), 512 Cherry Ave., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Tehama County. Married November 6, 1895.

Mary E. A. Collins, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo, Monterey, Stainlaus (sic) Counties. Attended Stanford University. Taught in Parochial School, San Jose, then in Sunol School, San Jose.

Sarah A. Cory, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Paso Robles. Graduated from Stanford. Member of faculty of San Jose High School. Has traveled extensively in Europe.

Bertha H. Cottle, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County, then in Kern County.  At last report was teaching in Bakersfield.

Kate J. Curley, 212 Auzerais Ave., San Jose, Calif. Taught short time in Monterey County, but most of the time in Santa Clara County. Teaching in Horace Mann Grammar School, San Jose.

Janet M. Cutter (Mrs. Harry Reynolds), Portland, Oregon. Taught in South Dakota, then in Solano and Santa Clara Counties. Married April 30, 1907.

 

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Emily S. Dahlgren, Oakland, Calif. Has taught in Fresno County and in Oakland City Schools. Has done work at University of California and at Columbia. Has special certificate in Home Economics and Americanization. Is at present teaching in Fruitvale, Oakland.

Florence Derby, 2143 2nd St., San Diego, Calif. Taught in San Diego. Graduated from Holt Summer School Vocal Harmony, Lexington, Mass.

Fred W. Dickson (deceased), Died soon after graduation.

Jessie Donaldson (Mrs. B. A. Ogden), 670 Delmas Ave., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sutter County, then in Auburn. Married November, 1903.

Mabel Dunlap, Diamond Springs, El Dorado County, Calif. Taught in El Dorado County. Took course in Kindergarten. Last reported teaching in Hayward, Calif.

M. Adelle Dwelly, Mountain View, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County.

Clara Eberhard, Santa Clara, Calif. Graduated from Stanford. Taught in San Jose High School.

Ruby A. Fuller, Mono Lake, Calif. Taught in Milpitas, then Hollister, Santa Clara and Placer Counties.

Eugenie G. Gairaud (Mrs. Luke Fay), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Married July 26, 1903.

Kate C. Gilbreath, 155 Minor Ave., San Jose, Calif. Taught in Solano and San Bernardino Counties.

August M. Gillespie, 451 Lincoln Ave., Palo Alto, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County. In 1904 was teaching in Los Angeles.

Margaret E. Gorham, 1143 Sanborn Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Tulare City 18 years. Taught in Contra Costa County and about 1914 gave up teaching.

Amy L. Greenlaw, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento and San Luis Obispo Counties. Supervisor of Domestic Science and Art in Sacramento schools. U.C. and Columbia Summer schools. Two years in Thorp Polytechnic. Has for three years conducted European travel parties.

Ida Hammond, 3004 Champion St., Oakland, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County. In 1915 was teaching in Oakland.

Lou Henry (Mrs. Herbert C. Hoover), Washington, D.C. Was assistant cashier in Monterey bank. Taught short time in Monterey. Graduated from Stanford University. In 1898 married Herbert C. Hoover and went with him to China. Was there during the Boxer Rebellion. During World War Mrs. Hoover was very active in working for the relief of Belgium. Has interested herself in Camp Fire Girls movement. Two children, both boys. Home at Stanford, although most of her time is necessarily spent in Washington while Mr. Hoover is a member of the President's cabinet.

Louise M. Hering, 568 15th St., Oakland, Calif. Taught in Oakland.

Myra L. Huie (Mrs. C. B. McDonell), Ventura, Calif. Taught in Amador County, also Santa Cruz and Ventura Counties. Married December 11, 1898.

Margaret M. Hutchison (Mrs. Herbert Dickerman), Nevada City, Calif. Taught in Nevada County. Married March 16, 1898.

H. Louise Jewell, 550 1st St., Napa, Calif. Taught in Marin County, Yolo and Napa Counties. Taught a few months in Trinity County.

Edna W. Johnson (Mrs. Griffin), Fowler, Calif. Taught in Fresno County. In 1923 wrote that she was a widow with two daughters at the University of California and one son in high school.

Alice E. Jones (Mrs. H. Borchers), 658 24th St., Oakland, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Principal Sunnyvale, also of Berryessa School.

Margaret J. Kavanagh (Mrs. H. W. Shuey), Taught in Alameda County. Married May 30, 1897.

Effa M. Kelly, Pomona, Calif. Taught in Iowa, then in Nevada. Since 1913 has been teaching in Junior High School, Pomona. Has spent a year of travel in Europe.

Mary R. Kirby (Mrs. Little), Dixon, Calif. Taught in Dixon.

Antoinette Knowles, 1625 Hammond Ave., Fresno, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, part of the time in Santa Clara High School.

Leona L. Lang (Mrs. Frank S. Clark), Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Married March 21, 1900.

Amy E. Lange (Mrs. G. W. Garwood), 1266 8th St., Oakland, Calif. Substituted in Oakland. Married October 31, 1894.

Elizabeth Lawton (deceased). Taught short time in Sonoma County. Died November 16, 1894.

Edith V. Lee, Angels, Calaveras County, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County.

Elizabeth I. Lorentzen (Mrs. Hughes). Was vice-principal of Martinez school. Member of the California Legislature from Butte County.

Electa W. Lyons, Soledad, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Cora M. Mallory (Mrs. Fred W. Lewis), 1507 California St., San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Placer County. Married June 4, 1894 to Fred W. Lewis of class of June, 1894.

Mollie Murgotten (Mrs. Glover) (deceased). Taught in San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties.

Annie Nellis, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Attended University of California.

Annie M. Newton, Oakland, Calif. Taught for a short time.

Ida M. Nickel (Mrs. Frank E. Turner), Crescent City, Calif. Taught in Del Norte County. Married in 1895. Began teaching again in 1901 in Del Norte County.

Mollie E. Norton (Mrs. M. B. Moore), Mendocino, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County.

Marion A. Orcutt (Mrs. Hickok), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Plumas, Calaveras, Mono and Sacramento Counties about 12 years.

Alice E. Page, San Jose, Calif. Has taken summer school work at University of California, also has taken music course. Taught in Monterey County, and in the San Jose school department.

M. Josephine Purdy (Mrs. James E. Deacon), San Francisco, Calif. Taught one year in Santa Clara County. Married September 26, 1894.

Beulah M. Purinton (Mrs. Charles H. Stoddard), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, part of the time in the Gardner school, San Jose. Attended Stanford. Married January 1, 1899.

 

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Mary H. Rice, Vallejo, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County. In 1899 was teaching in Vallejo.

Mabel Rutherford, Oakland, Calif. Attended University of California. Taught in Oakland.

Ida G. Scott, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Benito County, and later in the Horace Mann Grammar School, San Jose.

Mattie A. Scott (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo, then in Santa Clara County; also in Monterey County and in Templeton.

Clara Stewart, Alma, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County, and in Lexington, Santa Clara County.

Maude M. Summers, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County.

Ella C. Swickard (Mrs. Douglas Dawson), Salt Lake City, Utah. Taught in Santa Barbara and in Santa Clara County. In 1898 went to Honolulu. Taught there one year. Married April, 1900. Later taught in Salt Lake City.

M. Agnes Thompson (Mrs. G. K. Estes), Morgan Hill, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County until her marriage in 1897 to an attorney. Two daughters.

Louise Thurwachter, Watsonville, Calif. Taught near Watsonville.

Joanna Tobin (Mrs. Charles F. Burgess), Oak Hill, Napa County Calif. Taught in Mendocino City. Married August 11, 1895. Has taught since then. Is now a widow.

Marie Toland, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Solano County, and in 1902 was elected to position in Los Angeles Schools. In 1921 was in San Francisco.

Charlotte M. Wade, St. Helena, Calif. Taught in Monterey, San Luis Obispo and Napa Counties.

May L. Wambold (Mrs. C. R. Spaulding), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Marin County, then in Sonoma County. Attended Stanford. Married November 7, 1896.

Elise Wartenweiler, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Fresno and in San Luis Obispo Counties, also a short time in Monterey County. Was graduated from the University of California in 1899.

Nellie L. Wentworth, Holister, Calif. Taught in San Benito County; most of the time in Hollister.

Elletta L. Wiltz (Mrs. E. W. Hawber), San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo and in Alameda Counties. In 1919 entered the Normal School for the course in Home Economics. Was graduated and later taught this subject.

Isabel F. Wright (Mrs. Wm. Van Dalsem), San Jose, Calif. Taught five years in San Jose. Has taken Stanford Lecture Courses. Post Graduate Work. Active in Club life. Member of Monday Club, and of the Home of Benevolence Board. Has one child, daughter.

 

FORTY-FIFTH CLASS-FEBURARY, 1894.

 

May Arbogast, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hester school, San Jose. Has taken teachers' course at Stanford. Is a graduate of Columbia School of Dramatic Art.

Arabelle Beckwith (Mrs. L. D. Armstrong), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Married in 1898.

Nellie G. Bowen (Mrs. Henning), San Jose, Calif. Taught in private school, San Jose. Studied drawing, painting and music.

Maggie E. Bready, Sutter Creek, Calif.  Taught in the Sutter Creek Grammar School.

Mary C. Brignole, Sutter Creek, Calif. Taught in Amador County.

Annie E. Britton, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Solano County, but most of the time in Santa Clara County. In 1916 was teaching in Gardner School, San Jose.

Elsie M. Campbell (Mrs. Downs), Sutter Creek, Calif. Taught in Amador County until her marriage April 22, 1896.

Ettie I. Carr (deceased). Taught in Sierra County. Died December 25, 1895.

James Carson, New Almaden, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County four years. Attended Sprague School of Law. In 1898 entered U.S. Army, First Regiment California Volunteers, Company C, and went to Presidio, San Francisco. Married June 30, 1903 to May Emerson, of class of 1899.

Thomas H. Christiansen, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sutter County. Studied law during vacations. Member of Board of Education. Entered Hastings Law School. Attended Stanford. In 1916 was practicing law in Sacramento.

Annie M. Clark (Mrs. C. E. Hinds), Atwater, Calif. Taught in Tulare County. Studied music.

Rose G. Daly, Gilroy, Calif. Taught in San Benito County, later in Santa Clara County, and in Gilroy.

Cora A. Dean (Mrs. Thomas B. Gardner), Napa, Calif. Taught a short time. Married September 14, 1898.

Alvena E. Decoto (Mrs. Palmer), Decoto, Calif. Taught in Decoto Grammar School; also in Kern and Stanislaus Counties. Went to Hawaii in 1898.

Josephine R. Devine, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County, then entered University of California.

Mabel L. Brennan, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Ben Lomond, then in Santa Cruz.

Emma A. Farnham, Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Sacramento and in Contra Costa Counties. Moved to Watsonville and taught at Corralitos.

Benjamin R. Ferris, Mt. Pleasant, Ohio. Taught in Amador County, then returned to his home in Ohio and taught at Hazelwood as principal.

Nellie A. Galt (Mrs. B. F. Hiatt)(deceased), Taught in Yolo, Sutter and Lake Counties. Died June 3, 1900.

Matie I. Gardner, Mountain View, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County, then in San Luis Obispo and Monterey Counties. Later she taught in Santa Clara County, and at present (1927) is teaching in the Mountain View Grammar School.

Lena A. Geraldson, Ophir, Placer County, Calif. Taught in Placer and in Calaveras County.

Sophie Gilmour (Mrs. S. G. Spires), Scotia, Calif. Taught in Scotia. Married August 1, 1897.

Henrietta L. Goodwin (Mrs. George W. Parkman), Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County until her marriage in 1900. Died in 1909.

Florence G. Hammond (Mrs. Edmond Nelson), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Monterey and Santa Cruz County. Attended Stanford University. Taught in the Lowell Grammar School, San Jose. Was Y.W. Secretary in Fresno four years.

 

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Amelia Hartmann, Livermore, Calif. Taught near Livermore, her home. Also taught in Stanislaus County. Since 1906 has been teaching in Tompkins School, Oakland. Has taken several courses in the University and in Teachers' College.

Frank Elizabeth Haydock (Mrs. Arthur A. Fowler) San Jose, Calif. Taught in Yolo County. Married June 28, 1897.

Alice A. Hight, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties. Took Kindergarten course. Teaching in Santa Cruz.

Grace M. Hitchings, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Eureka.

May L. Hoffman, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz. In 1908 was traveling abroad.

Mabel Houlton (Mrs. Franklin Hichborn), Taught in Contra Costa and in Fresno Counties. Married December, 1897. Has two daughters who are graduates of the Teachers College.

Alberta Howie (deceased), Taught in San Luis Obispo, and in Kansas. Died September 29, 1898.

Carrie Jasper (Mrs. R. S. Henry), Confidence, Tuolumne County, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and in Merced Counties. Married February 3, 1901.

Eva V. Joseph, San Jose, Calif. Substituted in San Jose Normal for a few months. Taught in Oregon.

Mary G. Keeffe (deceased), Taught in Tuolumne County. Died June, 1908.

Nellie F. Kimball (Mrs. Wm. Simpson), Fair Oaks, Calif. Taught for time. Studied music. Married January 11, 1903.

Florence L. Manson (Mrs. Roy McChesney) (deceased), Taught in Alameda. Married and went to Japan where she died in May, 1904.

N. Ethel McCormick (Mrs. John Augsburger), Berkeley, Calif. Taught near Lawrence, Santa Clara County. Went to Arizona and taught in Tucson. Married July 11, 1901.

Mary B. McGrath, San Jose, Calif.

Emeline R. Miller, Gilroy, Calif. Taught in Madera and in San Benito County. In 1906 was principal of school at San Martin.

Nora R. Minahan, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Alameda and Fresno Counties. Took a trip around the world and taught in Nome, Alaska from 1919 to 1921.

Fred T. Moore, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Lake and Fresno Counties. Was principal of Emerson School, Fresno. Moved to Alameda and was principal of Longfellow School. Elected City Superintendent of Schools in Alameda. Later went into realty business in Sacramento. Connected with Silver, Burdett Co., a part of the time in New York. Married Dora Allen, daughter of Professor Charles H. Allen. Two daughters.

Anna C. Munn (deceased), Taught in Berryessa. Died June 27, 1897.

Sara A. Murray (Mrs. Malavos), San Jose, Calif. Did not teach until 1898. Taught in Kern and Fresno Counties, then in the Longfellow School, San Jose.

Vernie C. Nixon (Mrs. J. H. Holland), Evergreen, Calif. Taught in Evergreen. Married October 8, 1899.

Mattie L. Raymond, Placerville, Calif. Taught in El Dorado and Humboldt Counties. Attended Stanford University. In 1902 Taught in Salinas.

Irma C. Rider, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Napa County. In 1909 was teaching in Palo Alto.

Rose L. Robertson (Mrs. F. A. Linebaugh), Petaluma, Calif. Taught in Marin County and in Sonoma County. Married September 8, 1897.

Marguerite A. Russell, Milipitas, Calif. Taught in Kern County, and in Tulare County, at Bakersfield, and Visalia. In 1921 was teaching in Los Angeles.

Minnie B. Simonds, San Jose, Calif. Taught a few years in Santa Clara County. Went to Hawaii and taught at Waiakoa, Mui. Later took the Home Economics course. For some years past has been a deputy in the office of the county assessor, Santa Clara County.

Myrtle S. Smith, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Oakland.

Lulu M. Stovall (Mrs. Alex G. Patriquin) (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo County, except one year at Parkfield, Monterey County. Married September 19, 1900. Died in 1920.

Effie M. Trimmingham, Sunol Gren, Alameda County, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County, and in 1897 was teaching in Alameda County.

May Wilson, Valleja (sic), Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo and Solano Counties. In 1898 was teaching in Vallejo.

Azelia L. Winchester, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County, and in Tuolumne County.

Lulu G. Wood, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Benito County. Principal Pacheco School. Taught in Merced County at Los Banos.

 

FORTY-SIXTH CLASS-JUNE, 1894.

 

Leroy E. Armstrong, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Tehama and Placer Counties. Married October 16, 1897 Eva W. Carnes of June, 1892 class. Principal of Newcastle school. Moved to southern part of state. In 1916 was in Los Angeles.

Josephine Asberry (Mrs. W. E. Cavanagh), Santa Margarita, Calif. Taught in Mono, Eldorado and San Luis Obispo Counties. Had charge of Orphanage, Kona, Hawaii one year; was matron Monaola Seminary, Maui one year. Married and has three boys, Edward, who attended the San Jose State Teachers College; Carol J., at the University Agricultural College; and Lewis T. at Atascadero High School. In now (1927) teaching at Santa Margarita.

Edith Austin (Mrs. Basil G. Wyrick), Chicago, Illinois. Taught one year. Married and lives in Chicago. Has seven children.

Willard C. Bailey, San Jose, Calif. Taught one term. Engaged in glove manufacturing business with his father. Attended Cooper Medical College and graduated in 1899. Practiced in San Francisco and went to Europe for further study. Was city manager of San Jose for several years. Has traveled extensively. Very active in public welfare work. President Chamber of Commerce, San Jose.

Nellie Bain, San Rafael, Calif. Taught continuously in Marin County.

Alice L. Barnum, Bridgeville, Calif. Taught continuously in her home school until her death in 1896.

Addie Beck (Mrs. A. H. Burk), Mountain View, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Married June 24, 1896.

 

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Lina Beckwith, Galt, Calif. Taught in Sunol Glen, then in Pleasanton.

Lulu C. Boggan, Exeter, Calif. Most of her teaching has been in or near Exeter.

Margaret F. Burns, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Placer and Siskiyou Counties.

Henrietta Carpenter, Modesto, Calif. Taught in Merced County.

Agnes Carroll, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Lowell Grammar School, San Jose for many years.

Maggie S. Carter, Sacramento, Calif. Attended Stanford University. Vice principal Bret Harte, Sacramento.

Edith L. Case (Mrs. Dr. W. R. Congdon), Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz. Was principal of school. Married in 1902.

Florence I. Cassady (Mrs. T. McGill), Vallejo, Calif. Taught near Vacaville, then Vallejo. Married March, 1900.

Marguerite L. Chapman (Mrs. Johnson), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera, Santa Barbara and Santa Clara Counties.

Sophie K. Claus (Mrs. G. W. Borchers) (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo and Monterey County. Died in 1925.

Bertha I. Corey, Santa Barbara, Calif. Taught in Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties.

Ella Cothran (Mrs. J. Swickard), Coyote, Calif. Taught in Merced and Fresno Counties. In 1910 was teaching in Hester School, San Jose.

Edna C. Cutler, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Lake County and in San Diego County. In 1900 was attending University of California.

Lulu B. Davis, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera and in Sierra Counties.

Idabelle Dearnborn, Harrisburg, Colorado. Taught in Marin County. Moved to Los Angeles. In 1900 was teaching in Harrisburg, Colorado.

May Devine, Edgewood, Calif. Taught three years in Siskiyou County. Attended University of California.

Daisy Dietz, Petaluma, Calif. Taught in Petaluma. In 1922 was at Columbia University. Had one year at Harvard graduate school.

Mary A. Dixon, Wright, Calif. Taught a short time.

Josie A. Doyle (deceased). Taught one year in Madera County.

Eva Drish, Santa Clara, Calif. Taught in Alameda, Amador and Fresno Counties.

Lizzie Endriss, Pilot Hill, El Dorado County, Calif. Taught in El Dorado County.

Estelle Farmer (Mrs. Laramore), Stent, Calif. Taught in Sutter and Madera Counties. Engaged in music work. In 1903, since her marriage, was teaching at Stent.

Maggie E. Foley (deceased), Died December, 1894.

Joseph Hancock, San Jose, Calif. Taught in this county. Was principal of Grant School for many years, and did some very constructive work there which gave him high standards as an educator. Is now (1927) serving his second term as county superintendent of schools. Married Lessie Rainey. Two children- a son and a daughter. Has attended Stanford and University of California.

Irene Hankenson, Oakland, Calif. Taught in San Benito County, then in Gilroy. Taught in Horace Mann Grammar School, San Jose for several years, then was elected to a position in the Oakland School Department.

Antoinette Hector, Newcastle, Calif. Taught in Auburn.

Angie R. Hendrix (Mrs. Lauren D. Webster), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Was married September 19, 1898 to Dr. Lauren D. Webster who died in November of the same year. Taught one year in Honolulu, then on Stanford Campus until 1911 when she went in the Oakland school department. Entered the University of California.

Mabel Heywood, Los Gatos, Calif. Has taught in Monterey and Santa Clara County. Later taught in Mariposa County in Coulterville.

Belle B. Hildreth (Mrs. Will Christmas), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera County, then in the Lowell Grammar School, San Jose.

Mary C. Holburn, Cupertino, Calif. Taught in Nevada County, but most of the time in Santa Clara County. Was principal of Meridian school for several years.

Augusta E. Horstman, Templeton, Calif. Taught in Templeton until 1900.

Dora Hufschmidt, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Oakland school department.

Clara Belle Jacobs, Hanford, Calif. Taught in Hanford.

M. Armeda Kaiser, Ashland, Oregon. Taught in Yreka, then in Oregon. Was a teacher in the Oregon Normal School at Ashland in 1904 and until last report in 1916.

Virginia M. Kelly, Palo Alto, Calif. Studied music. Taught in Sierra County. In 1897 entered Stanford University and was graduated in 1903. City bacteriologist in Richmond, Calif.

Callie Kerlinger, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and in Sonoma County.  Also taught in San Luis Obispo County. Attended State University.

Grace F. Kirkpatrick, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, part of the time in Palo Alto.

Ethel Knowles (Mrs. Albert Dornberger), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara, Nevada and Merced Counties. Teaching (1927) in San Jose evening school.

Eva Knowles (Mrs. Biedenweg), Alameda, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz and in Merced Counties.

Cecelia Lark, San Jose, Calif. Studied music for several years. Taught for a time at Lakeside, near Los Gatos.

Fred W. Lewis, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Placer County. Married June 4, 1894 to Cora Mallory of June, 1893 class. In 1916 was connected with the Custom House, San Francisco.

Eunice Locke (Mrs. E. W. Webster), Scotia, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Married March 17, 1895.

Lizzie E. Mensing, Fresno, Calif. Taught in Merced County, then in Fresno City schools.

Maude L. Merritt, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara, Alameda and Sonoma Counties.

Katie Norrie (Mrs. Jas. Roper), Longbranch, Wash. Taught in Humboldt County. Married January 3, 1897.

Margaret O'Brien (Mrs. J. Sullivan), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, then in Vallejo her home. Married June, 1896 and moved to Berkeley. Entered the University of California in 1897.

Lola J. Odell, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

 

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Florence O'Neill, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County, then was elected to position in Los Angeles.

Louise Pfau, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo, then in Monterey County.

Jennie V. Pond (Mrs. Bowman), Pasadena, Calif. Taught in San Benito County, then in Los Angeles County. Married November 25, 1896.

M. Augusta Ramer, Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Alameda County, and in San Jose city schools.

Samantha aRtliff (sic)(deceased), Taught in Arizona. Her death occurred in April, 1904.

Minnie E. Rohrback, San Jose, Calif. Has taught 29 years in San Jose. Is teacher of English at Woodrow Wilson Junior High School.

F. Genevieve Savage, Tulare, Calif. Taught in Tulare until she entered University of California in 1898.

Lilian E. Shirley (Mrs. Bingham), Fallon, Nevada. Taught in Inyo County. Was principal of Big Pine School, Missouri. Took elocution at Perry School of Oratory, St. Louis. Is now a widow with three children. Was elected Recorder and Auditor of Churchill County, Nevada in 1922 and re-elected in 1926.

Edith M. Stafford (Mrs. P. J. Simmen), Saratoga, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, then in San Francisco. For two years was in the employ of the Century Publishing Company, New York, traveling. Married and at last report was living in Saratoga.

Addie M. Stenger, Nevada City, Calif. Taught in Nevada City.

Lorenzo L. Stephens, Blue Lake, Calif. Taught in Merced County. Entered Cooper Medical College, and graduated in 1899. Went to Blue Lake to practice.

Nellie M. Sturtevant (Mrs. Ed. G. Merwin), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Amador County, then in El Dorado County. In 1898 taught in San Leandro. She remained until 1902 when she went to Hawaii to teach in Kamehammaha Prepartory school. After returning taught in Oakland until her marriage in 1907.

Adah L. Townsend, Marysville, Calif. Taught in Marysville.

Lucy A. L. Tyrrell, Nevada City, Calif. Taught in North San Juan, Nevada County.

Effie Walker, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County. Went to Conservatory of Music, College of Pacific. Taught in Los Gatos.

Alice Waltenspiel (Mrs. Verne M. Trace), Mayfield, Calif. Taught at Montezuma and in San Luis Obispo County. Married June 28, 1899.

Abbie C. Welsh, Linden, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin and Calaveras Counties.

Mamie D. Wheeler, Piedmont, Calif. Taught at Volcano and Drytown, Amador County.

Jane R. Williams, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Milpitas.

Louise Wolf, Salt Lake City, Utah. Taught in Santa Clara County, then in Salt Lake City. Took course in University of Nevada.

Frances B. Wolfenbarger, San Francisco, Calif. Miss Wolfenbarger did not teach until she had completed her course at Stanford and received her degree in 1899. Member of Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Taught English, History, German and Art in high schools of Fallbrook, Lakeport and Mountain View. Took special art course at the California School of Arts and Crafts at Berkeley, at University of California and at San Jose Normal Saturday classes. Has been an instructor in art at the Polytechnic High School since 1917.

Eli Wright, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Vallecito, Calaveras County. Studied law. Was member of legislature from Santa Clara County. Practicing law in San Jose.

Hattie M. Wright, Tulare, Calif. Taught in Tulare city schools.

Evelyn F. Wynn (deceased), Taught in Monterey County. Was an instructor in elocution at the College of the Pacific. She also taught in the southern part of the state and in Honolulu. Her death occurred on January 18, 1904 in San Francisco.

M. Myrtle Young, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Eureka.

 

FORTY-SEVENTH CLASS-JANUARY, 1895.

 

Dorothy G.H. Benton (Mrs. Azbill), Knightsen, Contra Costa County, Calif. Teaching in Tulare County for a time.

Nicholas J. Bowden, San Jose, Calif. Taught only one term. Engaged in newspaper work. Studied law. Attended Stanford. Has been a practicing attorney in San Jose for many years. Has a son who is also an attorney.

Marie R. Bowler (Mrs. B. F. Shepherd), Fresno, Calif. Did not teach. Married March, 1896.

Aletta J. Broderick (Mrs. C. Herbert Lea), Eureka, Calif. Taught near Eureka. Married July 14, 1897. Is a widow and is principal of school in Eureka. One daughter, who is teaching music in Palo Alto.

Anna Carroll, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Taught in training department of Chico Normal.

Dora C. Carver, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sierra County.

Alice E. Cline, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera County.

Bessie V. Cowden, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. In 1897 was elected special teacher of drawing in San Jose schools. Is at present (1927) in the Longfellow grammar school.

Martha Cowing, Hayward, Calif. Principal Palomares School, Alameda County.

Daisy S. Cozzens, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hester School, San Jose.

Mary H. Cross (Mrs. Edwin James Williams), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, also in San Luis Obispo County. Entered University of California in 1903. One son, Charles Williams.

Lois E. Fish (Mrs. Charles C. Hughes), Alameda, Calif. Taught in Alameda County. Married December 22, 1896.

Henry D. Fletcher, Rocklin, Calif. Taught in Rocklin. Graduated from Medical college in 1897. Practicing medicine in Rocklin.

Annie Floyd, Hollister, Calif. Taught in San Benito County.

Celia Fugitt, Galt, Calif. Taught in Sacramento County.

Edith Fuller, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara, Trinity, Sonoma, Siskiyou, Madera and Amador Counties.

Sarah Gallagher, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara and Calaveras Counties.

Elva B. Godbe, Salt Lake City, Utah. Taught in Salt Lake City.

 

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Marguerite Griffith (Mrs. S. G. Aggeler), Ferndale, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Married February 1, 1898.

Grace A. Hall, Oakland, Calif. Has not taught. Appeared in Shakespearean production on this coast with marked success, and on March, 1904 went to New York to study for the stage.

Ada L. Handy, Ukiah, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. For some years taught in Ukiah.

Alice S. Harlow (Mrs. J. W. Stetson), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz. Attended Stanford. Married, 1899.

Annie G. Harvey, Fresno, Calif. Taught in Madera and in Fresno County. Teaching in Fresno city schools.

Bessie Heaton, Lambert, Calif. Did not teach until 1898. Taught in Sonoma County.

Lou Hellmuth, Callahan's, Calif. Took post graduate work and received Master of Science degree in 1899 from University of California.

H. Margaret Hemphill, Campbell, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo and in Santa Clara County. Attended Stanford University.

Dora Henley (Mrs. P. B. Westerman), Ukiah, Calif. Was married in February, 1895. Taught in Mendocino County.

Henriette L. Huntington, Sacramento, Calif. Has taught in Yolo and Sacramento Counties. Is now principal of Fremont school, Sacramento. Has taken summer courses.

Bertha Johnson, Hollister, Calif. Teaching in Hollister public school.

Maud Jones, Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Hattie A. Kent, King City, Calif. Taught in Monterey County and in Santa Barbara County.

M. Alice Langley (Mrs. W. A. Collis), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Mendocino and Contra Costa Counties. Married August 22, 1900. In 1919 began teaching again.

Lillie McKenzie, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sierra County and in Santa Clara County. Taught in Grant Grammar School, San Jose.

Belle S. McMurtry, Los Gatos, Calif. Graduated from Stanford in 1899. Learned bookbinding.

Effie Meador (Mrs. W. H. Beringer), Raton, N.M. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then went to New Mexico to teach. Married August 25, 1897.

Mabel Perley, Modesto, Calif. Taught in Modesto.

Lessie M. Rainey (Mrs. Joseph E. Hancock), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, part of the time in the Gardner school, San Jose. Married November 29, 1899 to Joseph E. Hancock, June class of 1894. Did not teach after her marriage but upon election of Mr. Hancock to the county superintendency Mrs. Hancock became his chief deputy. Two children, a son and daughter, both graduates of Stanford and the daughter a graduate of the Teachers College.

Grace Redfield, Porterville, Calif. Taught in Porterville.

Annie E. Sinnott, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Gibsonville, Sierra County.

Clara M. Slater (Mrs. R. L. Harter), Oroville, Calif. Taught in Butte County until her marriage in 1901.

Jennie D. Smith (Mrs. James H. Hutchison), Nevada City, Calif. Taught in Vallejo until her marriage June 30, 1897. Active in Club work. Mrs. Hutchison occupies an important official position in the State Federation of Women's Clubs. Has one son, graduate of U.C., David Roosevelt Hutchison, manager of New York and London offices of Barrough, Welcom and Co., wholesale druggists.

Flora A. Stewart, Cayucos, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Belle E. Stockton (Mrs. Garrison), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey and in Merced County. Married September 11, 1899.

Sarah I. Sweet, Ferndale, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Entered Mills College in 1898.

Helen Swett (Mrs. Gregoria Artieda), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County for a time. Graduated from Stanford in 1900. Taught in Alameda high school. Asst. Secretary Oakland Associated Charities. On staff of rehabilitation committee, relief and Red Cross Fund. On staff of Russell Sage Foundations. Acting head of the Peoples' Place (social settlement) S. F. Executive secretary Public Welfare League. Co-author S. F. Relief Survey, published in N.Y. by Russel Sage Foundation. Mrs. Artieda is a daughter of John Swett, pioneer educator of California.

Olive Swickard (Mrs. F. C. Thornburg), Alpine, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara County. Married March 20, 1897. Later began teaching and returned to Mendocino County to teach in Riverside District.

Helena G. Templeton, Los Gatos Calif. Taught near Watsonville, then in Los Gatos.

Lilla I. Todd, Stockton, Calif. Taught in and near Stockton since graduation.

Gwendolyn Wadell (Mrs. Fitch), Placerville, Calif. Taught in El Dorado County until her marriage June 8, 1897.

Angie Webster, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Martinez. Entered University of California.

Arthur E. Weed, Bergeley (sic), Calif. Taught in Amador, San Mateo and Alameda Counties. Married July 21, 1896 to Laura B. Jones of June, 1892 class. Was principal at Pleasanton. Since the earthquake has been in a bank.

Susie M. Whitehurst, Colton, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County and in Fresno County. When last reporting was teaching in Colton.

Dawn L. Winchester, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara County, and in Pacific Grove. Later was said to be teaching in Galt.

Mary A. Wolf (Mrs. Breeding), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Married 1898.

Nellie B. Wright (deceased), Taught in Lowell Grammar School until 1907. Died March 7, 1916.

Alice C. Young, Danville, Calif. Taught in Brentwood.

Rosetta A. Zane (Mrs. Coleman), Eureka, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County.

 

FORTHY-EIGHTH CLASS-JUNE, 1895.

 

H. Gertrude Abel, Berryessa, Calif. Taught at Berryessa. Principal in 1899.

Mittie Ager (Mrs. Terwilliger) (deceased), Taught in Siskiyou County. Died in November, 1907.

 

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Mary T. Alexander (Mrs. De Haven), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Alameda and San Mateo Counties. Married July, 1897.

Maria W. Allen, Fresno, Calif. Taught in Nevada County.

Lottie H. Alvord (deceased) Taught at Red Bluff until her death, June, 1899.

Nellie Bagley, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught primary department at Graugeville, Kings County.

Adeline Becker, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Julia Berg, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Yolo County.

Katharine Bridsall, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Stockton until 1898. Graduated from Stanford in 1901.

Marian F. Bissell, Vacaville, Calif. Taught in Vacaville, Calif.

Alice Blair (Mrs. Pierce), Mt. Vernon, Wash. Taught in Yolo and San Luis Obispo Counties. Was principal for two years of Castle Kate, Utah. Married February, 1899.

Mary M. Bowers (Mrs. Bray), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara County. Attended University of California and Stanford.

Bertha B. Brice (Mrs. George G. Towle), Towle, Calif. Taught in Stockton four years. Also had private pupils. Married October, 1899.

Laura R. Brotherton, San Juan, Calif. Taught in Sausalito.

Emily L. Burnham, Lambert, Calif. Taught near Healdsburg, Sonoma County.

L. Mellie Burns (Mrs. R. R. Denny), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County.

Nellie Carr, Guernvilel (sic), Calif. Taught in Merced County, then in Sonoma County. Principal of school.

Wilford H. Coleman (deceased), Taught in Amador County, then in Redwood district, near Gilroy. Was member of the County Board of Education. Died in January, 1902.

Adella Cook, Burlingame, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, later in Campbell. Graduated from University of California.

Pearl Cottle, San Jose, Calif.

Paulena E. C. Dabelow, Berkeley, Calif. Went to Los Angeles. Took business course. Was cashier.

A. Gertrude Dalton, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Eureka.

Katie F. Daniels, Tucson, Arizona. Taught in Ventura County. In 1897 went to Tucson, Arizona to teach.

F. Mabel Dawson (Mrs. Irwin E. Pomeroy), Lawrence, Calif. Did not teach. Married May 9, 1900.

Joseph Dias, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Alameda County. Principal of Centerville school since 1905. Was cashier of bank at Centerville, for a time, also vice-president. Took extension work at Teachers College and received Bachelor's degree. Is connected with the faculty of the Teachers College as supervisor of teacher training. Married Alice Mallory, class of 1891.

Bessie T. Doten, Reno, Nevada. Taught in Santa Clara County.

Mary C. Dougherty, San Juan, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Agnes Dowling, San Francisco, Calif. Taught a short time in San Benito County, then elected to position in San Francisco school department, in Pacific Heights school.

Kate A. Doyle, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Ida Drewry, San Leandro, Calif. Taught in Madera County, then in Santa Clara County, and in Riverside.

Louise M. Dudley, San Jose, Calif.  Taught in Santa Clara County.

Edith V. Duncan, Healdsburg, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County.

Elva H. Dunstan, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Hattie E. Evans (Mrs. Stetson), Sites, Calif. Taught in Yolo and Colusa Counties. Married July 26, 1903.

M. Edith Ferguson, Rio Vista, Calif. Taught in Placer and Sacramento Counties.

Evaline Fishback Woodland, Calif. Taught in Madera County, then near Woodland.

Lizzie Fishback, Woodland, Calif. Taught in Woodland. In 1900 entered College of Osteopathy, Los Angeles and was graduated in 1902.

Catherine E. Fitzsimmons, Beatrice, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County.

Mary C. French, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Mono and in Tuolumne Counties.

Millie L. Fruhling, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera County.

Annie W. Gill, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Alameda County, in San Leandro since 1896.

Bessie Griffin, Visalia, Calif. Taught near Visalia.

Edna Grunig (Mrs. O. M. Prickett), Modesto, Calif. Taught in San Benito and Stanislaus Counties.

Tillie Grunig, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno and Stanislaus Counties.

Minnie Grunig, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County.

Grace I. Halsey, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County, then in Santa Clara County, at Evergreen and at Hester and later Mt. View.

Carrie L. Hamilton (deceased), Taught in Hollister. In 1898 entered Stanford University. Died January 4, 1899.

Maggie A. Hamilton, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Solano County and since 1902 in Rio Vista. Member of County Board of Education. Now teaching in Sacramento.

Clare S. Hanna (Mrs. Oscar D. Dewey), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Lincoln Grammar School. Married July 20, 1898.

Irene V. Hawkins (Mrs. Frederic D. Dodd), San Rafael, Calif. Taught in San Rafael. Married April 8, 1901.

Elizabeth Heckman, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County.

Lottie V. Heger (Mrs. R. W. Tutl), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Married 1898.

Martha Heger (Mrs. F. F. Hibberd), Yorkville, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Visited Normal in 1909. Has two children.

Kate M. Heidorn, Antioch, Calif. Taught near home in Contra Costa County.

Joanna Hislop, Medford, Wisconsin. Taught in Ventura County, then in Colorado for two years. In 1900 was elected to position in Denver schools. Left Denver and in 1903 was in library work at Medford, Wisconsin.

Bessie Hooke, Ukiah, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County.

Philena A. Howe, Potter Valley, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County.

Lulu Jack, Stockton, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County, and at Hanford, Kings County.

 

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Lizzie B. Johnston, Salinas, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County.

M. Elizabeth Kanstrup (Mrs. Bang), Fresno, Calif.   Taught in Fresno County, most of the time in city of Fresno. Married in 1898.

Amelia O. Keller (Mrs. Arthur G. Prouty), Woodland, Calif.   Taught in Yolo County. Married in 1903.

Genevieve Kelton, Ukiah, Calif.   Taught in Mendocino County.

D. Alice Kimball (Mrs. J. J. Myers), Kerman, Calif.   Taught near Fresno. One child. Is at present teaching in Kerman.

Laura P. La Montagne (Mrs. E. R. Bailey), Agnew, Calif.   Taught in Santa Cruz and in Santa Clara County. Married February 6, 1904.

Regina Lear, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Lake and in Monterey Counties.

Anna E. Lehman (Mrs. Geo. W. Cherry), Fresno, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then became principal of Orange Center School near Fresno.

Nellie W. Levings, San Jose Calif.   Taught in Monterey and in San Luis Obispo Counties.

Susan Long, Ukiah, Calif.   Taught in Mendocino County.

Ida M. Manley, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught for a few months in the Farallone Islands, then in Santa Cruz County. Later she taught in Santa Clara County, and in 1921 attended University of California.

Lizzie McConnell, Parkfield, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Genevieve M. McKeever, Hayward, Calif.   Taught near Hayward.

Alberta L. Montgomery (Mrs. Sinnott), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County, and in Santa Cruz County. Taught in Grand School, San Jose.

Margaret Nicholson (Mrs. J. H. Southwick), Milton, Calif.   Taught in Calaveras and Tulare Counties, also in King County. In 1903 taught in Kenkintown, Pennsylvania. In 1907 was still teaching in Pennsylvania. In 1920 her marriage was reported.

Jessie Norton (Mrs. J. A. Axell), San Francisco, Calif.   Taught for a year in Santa Cruz County. Had private pupils in Oakland. Was commercial traveler for a time. Taught one year at Mills Seminary. Married J.A. Axell, wholesale florist and was at one time corporation secretary for a wholesale florist company. Is now a partner in her husband's business, and is very active in club work. Was corresponding secretary for the State Federation of Women's Clubs. Is a daughter of Professor Henry Bruce Norton, former beloved teacher in the San Jose Normal School. Mrs. Axell has literary talent, and has done creditable work, especially in the line of verse.

Alice C. Parker (Mrs. Carroll), San Ramon, Calif.   Taught in the Deaf and Blind Institute, Berkeley. Took courses at University of California. Married and later taught in Rialto, San Bernardino County.

Stella H. Ralston (Mrs. Perry Tracy), Placerville, Calif.   Taught in Placerville.

M. Emma Richards, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County, since 1902 in San Jose. Has taken work at Stanford University and is at present (1927) teaching in the San Jose High School.

William Robertson, Edenvale, Calif.   Taught in San Bernardino County for a time.

Anna E. Rude, San Jose, Calif.   Taught for a time in Tulare County. In 1902 entered Cooper Medical College, San Francisco.

E. Mabel Scott, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara, and San Benito Counties.

Helen I. Smith, Newcastle, Calif.   Taught near Newcastle for several years. Attended University of California.

Wirt D. Spencer, Hayward, Calif.   Taught in Sierra and Calaveras Counties. Was principal of Ruby Hill, Nevada school. In 1916 principal of Fruitvale school, Oakland.

Agnes Spreckles, Alameda, Calif.   Taught in Longfellow school, Alameda.

Clara C. Steinmetz, Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught in Santa Cruz, Calif.

Flora E. Stewart (Mrs. D. H. Fores), Cayucos, Calif.   Taught in Cayucos. Married December, 1898. Continued teaching until 1900.

Irene M. Stewart (Mrs. W. T. Stirnamann), Volcana, Calif.   Taught in Amador County. Married January 6, 1898.

Anthony Henry Suzzallo,     Entered Stanford and received his AB in 1899. His master's degree and doctor's degree were received from Columbia University. He taught in Alameda County, and was principal of one of the schools there before completing his university course. He was called to the department of education at Stanford, and was superintendent of the San Francisco schools for a year. He was lecturer and acting head of the department of education at Teachers College during 1904-5. He was connected with Columbia University until he was called to take the presidency of the State University of Washington in 1916. He has written extensively on educational subjects, and is one of the most distinguished graduates of this school, an outstanding figure in the educational field of the country. Since his retirement from the presidency of the University at Seattle he has been appointed elector on the Hall of Fame commission. Now in Europe in the interest of education under the Carnegie Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor, Jackson, Calif.   Taught in Jackson.

Ella Tindell, Lodi, Calif.   Taught in Calaveras County.

Anna W. Trescott, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Prescott School, Oakland.

Lillian C. Vennum (Mrs. Oliver E. Reese), Whittier, Calif.   Taught in Kern, Santa Clara, and San Luis Obispo Counties. Also taught one term in Los Angeles County. Married January 7, 1910.

Harriet Warning (Mrs. Dr. W. E. Hankin), Bisbee, Arizona.    Taught near Gilroy, then went to Arizona and taught in Bisbee. Married in 1902.

Annie M. Wasgatt, Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in Selma.

Ethel Washington, Merced, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara and Merced Counties.

Samuel G. Watts, Iowa Hill, Calif.   Taught in Iowa Hill. In 1899 went into County Clerk's office and later postmaster at East Auburn.

Anna A. Webb (Mrs. Jasper H. Wells), Martinez, Calif.   Taught in Contra Costa County. Married January 8, 1902.

Lottie M. Wilber, San Jose, Calif.   Taught at Wright's and Burrell, this county.

Emma H. Wilson, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Siskiyou, Madera, Mono, and San Bernardino Counties.

May Wilson (Mrs. C. E. Pearsall), Eureka, Calif.   Taught in Humboldt County. Married in 1898.

 

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Nellie M. Albee, Fresno, Calif.   Taught in Sierra County for one year, then in Fresno County. Is at this writing (1927) teaching in the Technical School in Fresno. Miss Albee has taken graduate work in summer schools of the Fresno State Teachers College, and University of California, both in Berkeley and in Los Angeles.

Edith A. Anthony, Oakland, Calif.   Taught private pupils near Calistoga. Went to Monterey in 1897 and taught. Attended Stanford University two years.

Estelle Barrows (Mrs. McDonald), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County.

Maude Beckwith (Mrs. L. L. Stephens), Monroe, Washington.   Taught in Humboldt County.

Mabel G. Bishop, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara and Trinity Counties. Took course at Conservatory of Music, College of Pacific.

Amelia C. Black, Salinas, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County. In 1900 began teaching in Salinas.

Fannie H. Bury, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in Madera County, then went to Arizona and taught in the Tempe State Normal School. Later taught in the normal school at Flagstaff. Gave up teaching in 1906.

Augustina M. Clark, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Marin, and Monterey Counties. In 1900 went to San Rafael to teach.

George A. Clark, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Fresno County.

Mattie L. Close (Mrs. Alexander Brown), Milton, Calif.   Taught in Calaveras County. Married January 5, 1898. One child.

Bessie F. Collins, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties. Elected to position in San Jose school department in 1903.

Sarah E. Conroy, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County, then went to Placer County and taught in Lincoln.

William J.E. Copren, Sierraville, Calif.   Taught in Volcano, Sattley and Sierraville for over ten years. Took correspondence course in law. Did not take bar examination. Elected assessor of Sierra County in 1906, and has been re-elected five times since then. Is at this writing (1927) county assessor of Sierra County.

E. Lester Cottrell (Dr.)   San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Humboldt County until 1899. Entered Cooper Medical College. Took one year, then went to Columbian University Medical College. Was part of the time in Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. Married Ethel Williams in 1906.

Alice I. Crichton (Mrs F. A. Lancelot), Gardiner, Oregon.   Taught in Santa Clara and in Mariposa County. Married in 1907. In 1921 was teaching at Westwood, Lassen County.

Irene F. De Mise, Lynch, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Lorena Edgar, Paso Robles, Calif.   Taught in Santa Barbara County and San Luis Obispo. Now principal of San Luis Obispo Grammar School.

Lora Emery, N. Alvarado, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then at Alavardo, Alameda County.

Jessie E. Fitch, Auburn, Calif.   Taught in El Dorado County.

Lena Forden, Waldport, Oregon.   Taught in Alameda, San Joaquin and Santa Cruz Counties.

Sadie Forden, Waldport, Oregon.   Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Nellie D. Foss, West Derby, Vermont.   Taught in Merced and Mendocino Counties. In 1898 went to Vermont.

Carrie George (Mrs. Huff), Kellogg, Idaho.   Taught in Contra Costa County. Attended Stanford, Married 1900. Two daughters.

May Hallaran (Mrs. J. H. Clancy), Eureka, Calif.    Taught in Humboldt County.

John Hancock, San Andreas, Calif.   Taught several years in Calaveras County. Studied law. Is superior judge of Calaveras County.

Sarah L. Higby, Alameda, Calif.   Taught in Solano county.

Ivy E. Hooker, Los Angeles, Calif.  Taught one year in Raymond, Madera County. Married July, 1900.

Estelle Houghton, San Francisco, Calif.  Taught in Washington Grammar and Douglas Primary School, San Francisco.

Martha E. Hulbe, Tomales, Calif.   Taught in Marin County.

Lizzie T. Ingalls (Mrs. E. Ingalls Dyer),  San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo and Alameda County. Married January, 1899.

Jessie McD. Jamieson, Alameda, Calif.    Taught in Marin County, then in Alameda.

Josephine M. Kelly (Mrs. Lent), San Jose, Calif.   Studied music for a time and then taught in Madera and Mono Counties. In 1900 went to New York City and taught there for several years.

Viola Knight,  Folsom, Calif.  Taught in Folsom, then in El Dorado County.

Bertha A. Lee, (deceased), Died February 27, 1898.

Eleanor Lewis (Mrs. E. P. Samberg), Edenvale, Calif.   Taught in San Diego County. In 1898 was in a printing office at Applegate, Placer County. Married 1899 and taught private school.

Mae Livingston (Mrs. Steinkellner), Bakersfield, Calif.   Taught in Madera and Tulare Counties. Married December 27, 1899.

Marguerite J. Loudon (Mrs. Ashe), Calexico, Calif.   Married M.C. Wencelslow in 1896. Was state lecturer for Certus Medical Company for a year. Then taught in Ventura and Kern Counties. Was a student at Stanford. Has taken courses in the University of California, and has taken summer work at San Diego and the San Jose Teachers Colleges, besides University Extension courses. Is very active in club work, and has acted as secretary of the Central Republican Committee. Has three children. Is at present (1927) working on the Imperial County and National Board of Friendship League, which has for its object the removal of war.

Jennie Lowther, Edna, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Estelle E. Lucy (Mrs. W. A. Hammond), San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in Vallejo schools, also in Sacramento County. Was a student at Stanford for a year and a half. Married in 1906.

Rhoda Maxwell, Woodland, Calif.   Taught near Woodland.

 

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Bessie McCabe, San  Jose, Calif.   Taught in Tuolumne and Santa Clara Counties. Taught in the San Jose city schools until 1907 when she took the position of supervisor of the primary department in the State Normal Training School. She remained in this position with the exception of a year spent at Columbia University until 1921, when she resigned and became rural supervisor of Santa Clara County.

Mary M. McCaig, Marysville, Calif.   Taught in Yuba County.

Lizzie A. McCauley, Danville, Calif.    Taught in Contra Costa County.

Flora R. McIsaac, Sausalito, Calif.   Taught in Marin County. Member of County Board of Education.

Lillian F. Wright (Mrs. A. G. Boker), Cleveland, Ohio.   Taught in Ohio for a year. Took business course and has done some work in stenography and bookkeeping. Married and has four children. One daughter is a graduate from College for Women, (Western Reserve University) Cleveland, one daughter is a graduate of Wellesley, Massachusetts.

Virginia E. Morgan, Malaga, Calif.   Taught near her home.

Lulu V. Morgan, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in San Francisco, Fairmount school.

Muasette R. Morris, Vacaville, Calif.   Taught in Vacaville. Attended University of California.

Jean A. Patriquin, Parkfield, Calif.   Taught in Calaveras and in San Luis Obispo.

Eva L. Patterson, Fresno, Calif.  Taught in Fresno County.

Leo G. Pauly, Bakersfield, Calif.   Was for ten years supervising superintendent of East Bakersfield school. Was a member of the County Board of Education for twenty years, sixteen as president. Was a member of the Bakersfield City Board of Education and of the Kern County Union High School Board. Is at present, (1927) manager and stockholder in mercantile house.

Carl J. Philippi, Alameda, Calif.   Taught in San Joaquin, Placer and San Luis Obispo Counties. Was in Fresno one year, and principal of school at Rocklin.

Alice E. Phillips, Bachelor, Calif.   Taught in Lake and Mendocino Counties.

Isabella M. Porter (Mrs. Collins), Vallejo, Calif.   Took special course in design at Hopkins School of Design. Has special certificate for teaching clay modeling, wood carving, etc. Also studied with Johonnot, Lemos and Poole. Is a widow with three children- one in Teachers College. Has done much work in commercial art. Now teaching in Vallejo.

Callie G. Shartzer (Mrs. Fred L. Averill), Seattle, Wash.   Taught in Santa Clara County. Married July 25, 1903.

Irma J. St. John (Mrs. Dr. Warden F. Barr),    Taught in Fresno County. Was principal of school. Married December 22, 1898.

Roberta A. Thompson (Mrs. George V. La Farge), Vancouver, B.C.   Taught near Fresno; later in Palo Alto. Married in 1910.

Mantie A. Wilber, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara and in Santa Cruz Counties.

Mattie I. Williams, Sacramento, Calif.

Emma E. Woods, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught in Sacramento.

Ivy M. Yates, Castroville, Calif.    Teaching in Castroville.

Mary Zmudowski, Watsonville, Calif.   Has taught continuously in Watsonville school. Has just finished serving a year on the committee of schools for the County Grand Jury. This work included a tour of inspection of the county and a report. In 1925 Miss Zmudowski had a trip which covered much of the United States, as well as Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, the British Islands, and Canada.

 

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Annie J. Adock, Salinas, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County.

Dorothy L. Allen (Mrs. Fred T. Moore), San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in San Mateo, Fresno and Monterey Counties. Married June 17, 1899 to Fred T. Moore of class of 1894. Daughter of Charles H. Allen, principal of Normal School from 1873 to 1889. Two daughters, one recently married, one talented in art, the other in music. Has resided in New York for some years but now living in San Francisco.

Lucy M. Alsanson, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Mariposa County.

Annie C. Andrews (Mrs. Annie A. Chappell),    Taught in Hollister for several years. Went to Oakland and conducted a Japanese mission night school for a year. Married about 1902 and gave  up teaching.

Mary S. Andrews, Santa Clara, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Since 1905 has been teaching in Santa Clara school.

Lucy M. Armstrong, Kansas City, Kansas.   Taught in Kansas City until 1905. The next year was a missionary among the Navajo Indians in Arizona. Returned to Kansas City.

Florence Ashmore (deceased),   Taught in the San Jose school department until she joined her sister (Mrs. Morrison) in Manila, and was connected with the school department in an important position. She later returned to California and went to Philadelphia where she was married. Her death occurred a few months later in 1905.

Emily L. Baker (Mrs. Fred Henly Charles), Fullerton, Calif.   Taught near Hollister. Studied at High school and took Kindergarten course. Married Mr. White of Pomona who afterwards died. In 1907 she married Fred Henly Charles.

Isabella M. Baker, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Joaquin, Sonoma, Stanislaus and Monterey County.

Lucy A. Barker (Mrs. Will Wiester), San Mateo, Calif.   Taught in Nevada and King Counties. In  1903 began teaching in Santa Clara County, and was a member of the San Jose School department until her marriage a few years since.

Anna M. Behrns, Georgetown, Calif.   Taught in Mendocino, Sierra and Yuba Counties.

Laura C. Bettannier (Mrs. Lawrence Heiner), Redwood City, Calif.   Taught private pupils and studied. Later taught in Redwood City schools and in South San Francisco. Married in 1902. Two children.

Mabel C. Black, Petaluma, Calif.   Taught in Sonoma County.

Carena F. Bose, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Madera County.

Jennie L. Boswell,  Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in Contra Costa County. In 1901 went to Los Angeles to teach.

 

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Annie M. Bradley, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Tulare County.  Attended Stanford in 1898.

Malwine C. Bronson (Mrs. Bayne), Alameda, Calif.   Taught in Solano County. In 1905 was teaching in Alameda schools.

Eugene O. Burge, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught in Taylorsville.

Glennie Busey, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Contra Costa County.

Blanche Campbell, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County.

Ella I. Cardoza (Mrs. F. H. Buttner), Mill Valley, Calif.   Taught in Stanislaus County and in Alameda County. Married June 17, 1902. Two daughters. In now (1927) teaching in Mill Valley, her home.

Margaret C. Church, Modesto, Calif.   Taught in Stanislaus County, also in Monterey County; one year in Arizona. Later taught in Madera County, then in the state of Nevada.

Lelia E. Clark (Mrs. Hunter Irving Brown), Gerber, Calif.   Taught in Sonoma County and in Santa Clara County. Married June 27, 1905 and went to Vancouver, B.C.

Gertrude M. Collins (Mrs. M. G. Bancroft), Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught four years in Santa Cruz County. Attended University of California, College of Social Science. After her marriage she taught.

Josephine L. Cooney (Mrs. D. A. Ryan), San Francisco, Calif.   Taught at Glenwood, Santa Cruz County. Later taught in Santa Cruz. Married October 12, 1904.

Frances M. Cox, San Jose, Calif.

M. Josephine Delahunty, Gibsonville, Calif.   Taught in Butte County.

Ruth Dickenson, Madera, Calif.   Taught in Madera.

Alice H. Dickey, Ceres, Calif.   Taught in Ceres, Stanislaus County.

Kate E. Doyle, San Jose, Calif.   Has taught in Orchard school near San Jose.

Frances B. Dutot, San Jose, Calif.   Taught at Corralitos, Santa Cruz County.

Cornelia B. Earle, Lovelock, Nevada.

Cecelia M. Edwards, San Jose, Calif.

Emma J. Farneman (Mrs. Andrew O. Taylor), Gardnerville, Nevada.   Taught in Mono County. Married in 1898. Lived in San Francisco for a time, then San Jose. Has taught in Alpine county sinc her marriage. Removed to Gardnerville, Nevada. Has two children.

Mildred I. Farrell, Petaluma, Calif.   Taught in Marin County.

Mollie E. Flanigan, Eureka, Calif.  

Elizabeth Fleming (Mrs. Brasefield), Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in Sonoma County. Married in 1898 and moved to 1607 Greene St., Harrisburg, Pa. In 1911 visited the normal school and was living in Los Gatos.

Lucy D. Forsyth, Fruitvale, Calif.   Taught in private school and in Fruitvale, then went to San Luis Obispo County.

Jennie C. Garabaldi, Merced, Calif.  Taught in Merced County.

Laura S. Gilbert, Oakdale, Calif.   Taught in Stanislaus County. Attended University of California.

Charles C. Gilmore, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Lydia E. Grafe, Napa, Calif.   Taught in Napa County.

Harriet E. Grey, Redwood City, Calif.   Taught in Contra Costa County. Attended Stanford.

Lenore Hallengren, Healdsburg, Calif.   Taught in Sonoma County. Was principal of Lone Pine School, Inyo County.

Addie W. Hamlin, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in Los Gatos Schools.

Leonore Harlan, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then for several years at Hester school, San Jose.

Charles B. Harris, Sacramento, Calif.   Did not teach. Studied law. Admitted  to the bar in 1898. Practiced for a time in San Jose. Later removed to Sacramento.

Nellie A. Harris, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught music, then was elected to Sacramento school department.

Charlotte M. Hoak, Comptche, Calif.   In 1898 completed work at University of California for high school certification.

Elma I. Holmes, Kirkland, Arizona.

Minnie Hopkins (Mrs. Herbert D. Gale), Santa Monica, Calif.   After graduating nursed at Livermore Sanitarium. Later moved to Lakeview, Oregon, and taught. In 1901 married Herbert D. Gale at Manila, P.I. In 1921, after the death of her husband she planned to return to teaching.

Cecelia H. Hynding, Redwood City, Calif.   Taught in San Mateo County, Burno and South San Francisco.

Jennie M. James (Mrs. J. J. Eachus), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County twenty-one years. Three children, one a graduate of this college. Teaching in Hawthorne school.

Winifred A. Jeffreys (Mrs. W. B. Allen), Palo Alto, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo and Stanislaus Counties. Married in 1901.

Julia I. Kell, San Jose, Calif.   Studied art at Lick School, San Francisco.

Edith J. King, Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in Merced County, and later in the San Jose school department. Was a teacher in the Training Department of the Normal for several years.

Robert K. Kynaston, Stockton, Calif.   Taught in Calaveras County. Took special course in science at University of California.

Delphine C. Larson, West Berkeley, Calif.   Taught in Mountain View.

Edna Laner, Mountain View, Calif.   Taught in Mountain View.

Jean R. Lee, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County.

Anna Levin, Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in Los Angeles County.

D. Jeannette Levings (Mrs. Harrigan), Aberdeen, Wash.   Taught in Vacaville, then in Tacoma, Washington. Married in 1907.

F. De Lancey Lewis, San Jose, Calif.   Did not teach. Entered realty business.

Fannie Little, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught in Sacramento.

Emma Lobenstein (Mrs. Chas. N. Dacre), San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in Valley Ford, and other places in Sonoma County. Took work at San Francisco Normal School. Taught in the training department, also in College Settlement Club. Has attended six sessions of the N.E.A. Edited National League bulletins. A constant worker in educational fields. One child, Cecil N. Dacre. Is still teaching and is principal of the Paul Revere School, San Francisco.

Phoebe N. Lowrie, Irvington, Calif.   Taught several years in Alameda County, then for a few months in Navajo County, Arizona; also taught in Tucson.

 

 

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E. June Main, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in San Jose School Department.

Gertrude P. McConnell (Mrs. Harold Shelley), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County. Married in 1897.

Katie McKenzie, Lodi, Calif.   Taught in Placer County for a short time, then in San Luis Obispo County.

Marilla Merriman (Mrs. Frank M. Guild), Tucson, Arizona.   Taught in Fresno County, then in Tucson, Arizona. Taught in Oregon one summer; also in Bisbee and Phoenix, Arizona. Married July 4, 1901. Her husband is a professor in University of Arizona at Tucson.

Emanuel E. Metzger, Berryessa, Calif.   Taught in San Joaquin County.

Mamie C. Mulligan, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught in Placer County.

Henrietta L. Nauman (Mrs. F. P. Zoffman), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County, then in Santa Clara County. Married August 17, 1910.

Mabel A. Nikirk (Mrs. W. M. Kerlinger), Merced, Calif.   Taught in Sutter and Santa Clara Counties, and 10 yrs in the San Jose schools. Married and moved to Merced. Is at present (1927) principal of Merced school.

Anna M. O'Brien (Mrs. Moore), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Nevada. Married January 10, 1898. Re-entered Normal School in 1905 for special work.

Olive M. Painter (deceased), Died April 19, 1899.

Carrie Parish (Mrs. E. W. Stevenson), Alvarado, Calif.   Taught in Alameda County. Married December 22, 1905.

Susie L. Parkison (Mrs. Anthony N. Fratis), Oakland, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Studied in U.C. And Stanford and has recently received her degree from Stanford. Active in club work. Was assistant field secretary of N.E.A. in 1914-20. Is at present director of arithmetic and Junior High School mathematics in Oakland.

Florence J. Pepin, Clipper Gap, Calif.   Taught in Placer County.

Olga A. Pieper (Mrs. Charles P. Brasian), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Jose at Hester School. One daughter.

Jennie B. Radke, Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught in Santa Cruz, Branciforte School.

Belle Rosenthal, Merced, Calif.   Taught in Merced.

Ethel L. Rucker, Santa Clara, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County, Moreland school.

Lily G. Secrest, Randolph, Kansas.

Antoinette Smart, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Oakland.

Ida Snead, San Jose, Calif. 

Mayme A. Snyder (Mrs. H. I. Hart),  Hollister, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County. Married September 1899.

Anna M. Sprague, Shasta, Calif.  Taught in Shasta County, part of the time in private family. In 1901 went to Augusta, Maine, afterwards to Portland, Maine. In 1903 was again teaching in Shasta County, part of the time in a private school.

Lizzie S. Stewart, Martinez, Calif.   Taught in Contra Costa county, at Pinole.

Helen W. Stocking,  Agnews, Calif.   Has devoted much time to dramatics. Has written and produced plays.

Edna D. Stoddard, Merced, Calif.   Substituted a few months, then went into the assessor's office at Merced.

Ida M. Sund, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County.

William N. Taylor, Santa Rosa, Calif. Taught in Marin County.

Clara F. Thomas (Mrs. F. W. Brunst), San Jose, Calif.    Taught in Santa Clara County, Packwood district. Married May 26, 1901.

Laura A. Thomas, Ferest, Calif.   Entered Stanford University.

Annie Hallet Thompson, San Jose, Calif.   Taught at Mono Lake, then Tulare County, then Tuolumne County. Taught for a term in Mendocino County, then in Hall's Valley, Santa Clara County.

Lulu Thorp, Lodi, Calif.   Taught in San Joaquin County for a year.

Charlotte F. Trimingham, Sunol Glen, Calif.   Taught in Sunol Glen.

Lotta Waldo, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County.

Emma V. Waldraff, San Mateo, Calif.   Taught at Homestead school, San Mateo County.

Mary E. Warren (Mrs. S. W. Knowles), Hanford, Calif.   Taught in Hanford. Married July 9, 1897.

Wilhelmina Wendt (Mrs. Albert Claassen), Piedmont, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County. For a time taught private pupils at Mt. Hamilton. Afterward took school at Rocklin, Placer County. Married Mr. Claassen of the State of R.R. Commission.

Amy E. Wigmore, Milpitas, Calif.   Taught in Calaveras County, then in Milpitas, Santa Clara County.

Clara E. Willson (Mrs. F. E. Berry), Cottage Grove, Calif.   Taught in Tulare County. Married June, 1900. One child.

 

FIFTY-FIRST CLASS-JANUARY, 1897.

 

Martha Albright, Ashland, Oregon.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County, at Adelaide Sunderland and Bethel.

Ada J. Allen, Sargents, Calif.   Taught in Selma, Monroe, and Duke districts, Fresno County. Attended Stanford University from 1899 until 1902.

Camille Allison (Mrs. Fogarty), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Margarita, San Luis Obispo County. Worked in the Normal Training Department for ten weeks, then elected to city school department and taught in Washington Grammar School until her marriage to Mr. Fogarty. With her husband she made a recent trip to Europe, and on her return, (July, 1927), entered the Teachers College for special primary course.

Laura Bacon Bailey, San Jose, Calif.   Has taught in San Luis Obispo, Santa Clara and Fresno Counties quite extensively. Has studied constantly and taken special courses at the Normal in Kindergarten music and Home Economics. Has now retired.

Maude L. Beaton, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught in Lisbon district, near Sacramento

Lulu J. Beebe, Palo Alto, Calif.   Taught until 1901 in Tulare County. Moved to Palo Alto.

Bonnie Berdrow (Mrs. Crofoot), San Jose, Calif.   Teaching in Hester School, San Jose.

Amelia Berreyesa, San Jose, Calif.   Taught at Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne County.

 

 

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Villa E. Boomhower (Mrs. Pinkward Toney) (deceased),    Taught in Eureka, Nevada. Married and in 1907 her death occurred.

Elizabeth J. Borden (Mrs. C. E. Goodsell),    Taught in Howard district, Madera County. Married June 21, 1899. Lived in Campbell.

Thomas E. Borden, Pam Panga, P.I.   Taught in Madera and Fresno Counties until 1901. In 1902 went to Philippine Islands to take a position in government school. Married Katherine M. Young in San Fernando, Pam Panga, P.I., December 14, 1907. Since 1903 has been connected with the Internal Revenue Bureau in the Philippines.

Beth Buckley, Woodland, Calif.   Taught at Willow Springs, Yolo County, then in Woodland. Returned to San Jose Normal for Household Arts course and was graduated in 1913. She re-entered the Normal in 1920 for further study.

Della Burns (Mrs. F. Bryan), Alameda, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then in San Benito County. Lated (sic) in Burrill and Madrone, Santa Clara County. Married about 1903 and taught in Morgan Hill. In 1922 was teaching in Alameda.

Stella R. Campbell, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Longfellow and Grant schools, San Jose.

Adalia J. Campiglia (Mrs. Robert J. Downing), Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in Grangeville, Kings County, then in Hanford. Married September 8, 1904.

Frank Carll, Billings, Montana.   Taught in Siskiyou County, then taught three years in night school in Portland while attending dental college. Practiced in Portland and in Butte, Montana. Was in Manila two years. At last report was practicing dentistry in Billings, Montana.

Otha C. Castlio (Mrs. Dana Thomas), San Jose, Calif.   Engaged in mission work in San Francisco for a short time. Later taught in Tulare County for several years. Was a teacher for the U.S. Government at Kotzebut, Alaska among the Eskimos for four years. Is at present a minister and lecturer. Three children.

Adelaide M. Cobb (deceased),    Taught in Grangeville, Kings County, then in Hanford. Died in 1902.

Charles Daune Cobb, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Creston, San Luis Obispo County. Went to University of California in 1898. He later completed his medical course at St. Louis University, and practiced in St. Louis and in Boston. He also did graduate work at Harvard. He was married May 19, 1905 to Elizabeth Rogerson at Bradford, Pennsylvania. He practiced about six years in Seattle, and then moved to Oakland, California where he is practicing medicine.

Edna F. Comstock (Mrs. D. A. Mendenhall), Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Lockwood, Alameda County. Married in June, 1903 to D.A. Mendenhall.

Agnes C. Cooney, Santa Cruz, Calif.   Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught private pupils. Took school in Santa Cruz County. In 1907 was teaching Branciforte school, Santa Cruz.

Joseph W. Crow, Batangas, P.I.   Taught, then went to Philippine Islands and taught at Casa Municipal, Nubua, P.I. In 1916 he was treasurer at Batangas.

Francis H. Cutting, Campbell, Calif.   Taught at Estrella, San Luis Obispo County. Married and has one child. Farming in Campbell.

Julia A. Dahlgren, Oleander, Calif.   Taught in Waterman district, San Bernardino County, then in Harrison district, Fresno County. Later began to teach in Fowler school.

Mary E. Davis, St. Helena, Calif.   Taught in Central School, Napa County.

Mabel B. Dowse, Baston (sic), Mass.   Taught at Coyote, Santa Clara County, then Morgan Hill. In 1915 was connected with Silver, Burdett and Co., Boston, Mass.

Evangeline E. Ellis, San Francisco, Calif.    Taught short time in Mendocino County, then went to Hawaii as governess in private family. Taught three years in Hawaii. Traveled and studied in Europe for four years. In 1906 was teaching in Los Angeles for a few months, then went to Mills College to teach.

Lydia J. Emigh, Rio Visto (sic), Calif.   Taught in Montezuma district, Solano County.

Julia E. Farney, San Jose, Calif.   Took Kindergarten course and was graduated in 1899. Taught in Hazelton, Fresno County, taught Kindergarten in San Jose school department for one year, then took grade position.

Lizzie Farrell, Campbell, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then in Llagas, Santa Clara County. Was teacher of school in Modoc County for a year, then returned to Santa Clara County.

Mirtharessa Ficklin, Exeter, Calif.   Taught in Tulare County, continuously in different districts, the last one reported being at Orosi.

Annie B. Freitas, Sierra City, Calif.   Taught in Clara district, Sattley, Sierra County.

Mary L. Glidden, Mendocino, Calif.   Taught in Kenny, Littleriver and Sail Rock, Mendocino County. Later took school at Grangeville, Kings County.

Josephine Guilbert, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Paso Robles.

Lena Hammerly, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Centerville and in 1900 began teaching in the Harrison Street School, Oakland.

Hobart W. Heiken, Yuba City, Calif.   Taught in Nicolaus, Sutter County. Spent a year in Stanford. Taught again in Sutter County, and at New Almaden, Santa Clara County. Principal Hill School. County Superintendent of Sutter County.

Elma Hopkins, Stockton, Calif.   Taught in San Andreas, Calaveras County, then in Stockton schools.

Alice M. Hyde, Stockton, Calif.   Taught in Stockton schools.

Kathryn E. Jarman (Mrs. Williams), San Jose, Calif.   Graduate of Stanford and of King Conservatory of Music. Taught in Riverside Business College. Is at present (1927) in the San Jose high school.

Elizabeth M. Johnston, Pleasanton, Calif.   Taught in Longfellow school, Alameda.

Ema C. Juth, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Alviso, then in Prunedale, near Gilroy.

Anna V. King, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz County, then began teaching in Los Gatos.

Bertha M. Kuck, Menlo Park, Calif.   Taught in San Bruno, San Mateo County.

Letitia M. Mackay (Mrs. Walker), Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Cole school, Oakland. In 1902 was married and teaching in Honolulu.

Kate A. Melvin, Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in Belmont, Iowa, Fowler and Ross districts, Fresno County. In 1904 was teaching Bridge school, Los Angeles.

Flora E. Myers (Mrs. E. P. Washer), Caruthers, Calif.   Taught a year or two in Malaga, Fresno County. Was married in 1903 and teaching at Caruthers.

 

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Lydia Nichols (Mrs. D. R. Martin),  Salinas, Calif.   Taught Jefferson district, Santa Clara County. Has five children.

Myrtle Ware Parker, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Calaveras County. In 1920 was teaching summer school at Grizzly Flat.

Henry C. Peterson, Stockton, Calif.   Taught at Mt. House district, Alameda County, then Estrella, San Luis Obispo County. Principal of Lockeford school, San Joaquin County. Endered (sic) medical college in 1901, University of Illinois. When last heard from was practicing medicine in Stockton.

Annie M. Pfeiffenberger, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Cantinas, San Marcos, Castle Rock and Excelsior, San Luis Obispo County.

Harriet W. Phelps (Mrs. A. D. Burnett), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Saratoga schools. Married A.D. Burnett.

C. Blanche Plumb, Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in Cinnabar, Trinity County. Attended summer school, Stanford. Took school at Tuscarora, Nevada several years, then entered medical college in Los Angeles and was graduated in 1909. Is practicing in Los Angeles.

Mabel F. Pockman, Yolo, Calif.   Taught Eureka district, Yolo County.

Florence E. Pugh, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Parkfield, Monterey County. In 1900 took school at Pine View, Shasta County.

Fannie B. Rice, Willits, Calif.   Taught at Navarro Ridge.

Alice M. Russell, Milipitas, Calif. Taught in Summit school, Kern County. Principal.

Eva J. Russell (Mrs. J. J. Duvall), Fresno, Calif.   Taught in Montezuma district, Santa Clara County, then in Grangeville, Kings County. Later was teacher at Churchill, Tulare County; in Hanford, Eucalyptus district. Married August 10, 1902. Is now a widow with four children, two sons, two daughters. Is teaching in Fresno.

Belle Schoen (Mrs. Clark L. Smith), Spokane, Wash.   Taught in Spokane. Married 1901. One child.

Anna M. Schulz, Carson City, Nevada.   Studied music, then took position in Forest Hill, Placer County.

Annie L. Schwab, Iowa Hill, Calif.   Taught in home school, Iowa Hill.

Abbie Simons (Mrs. R. H. Borchers), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Berressa school. Married December 22, 1902.

Helen A. Stewart, Cayucos, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Ralph W. Stewart, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Pismo, San Luis Obispo County.

Alice J. Stirling, Boulder Creek, Calif.   Taught Fairview district, near Saratoga.

Mabel W. Thomas, Oakland, Calif.   Entered University of California and was graduated in 1901, degree of B.I.

Vida M. .Thomson, Morgan Hill, Calif.   Took position as governess for a year. Taught Summit district, Sonoma County, then in Wilson district, same county.

Mary R. Tuttle, Safford, Arizona.   Taught continuously in Safford, Arizona.

Annette Tychson, St. Helena, Calif.   Taught in Napa County.

Florence B. Ulch, Ceres, Calif.   Taught Davis district, Ceres.

Emma A. Waltenspiel, San Jose, Calif.   Taught near Gilroy.

A. Effie Wells, Ukiah, Calif.   Taught Low Gap district, Mendocino County.

Janie W. White (Mrs. H. N. Stocking), Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught in Eagle and Dry Creek districts, San Luis Obispo County. Married in 1901.

H. Estelle Whitehurst, San Jose, Calif.   Taught at Castle Rock, Santa Cruz County, also Dos Palos, Merced County. Was four years at Lexington, Santa Clara County. Is now (1927) teaching at Willow Glen, Santa Clara County.

Eldana A. Wilson (Mrs. H. E. Dempsey), Napa, Calif.   Taught at Bird's Landing, Solano County, then in Vallejo district. Was married in 1904.

 

FIFTY-SECOND CLASS-APRIL, 1897.

 

Loraine F. Bailey (Mrs. McHenry), McCloud, Calif.   Taught at Cassel district, Shasta County, then in Redding. Was a student in the University of California. Taught in Miss Bolte's school, San Francisco. In 1902 was married.

Dominica C. Bertola, Martinez, Calif.

Clara F. Boardman, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Oakland.

O. Gertrude Burkett (Mrs. J. R. Phillips), San Jose, Calif.   Taught about eleven years. Two children.

Ada E. Clarke, Niles, Calif.   Taught in Rinconado, near Paso Robles.

S. Frances Davis (Mrs. Stephen C. Maynard), San Jose, Calif.   Married Dr. Maynard, June 23, 1897. One child, a son. Took courses in Normal School from 1912 to 1915. An expert in golf and tennis. Is golf and tennis editor of San Jose Mercury Herald.

Minnie H. Harms, Pleasanton, Calif.   Taught near Eden Vale school, near Hayward.

Mary T. Hocker, Weaverville, Calif.   Was clerk in postoffice at Weaverville, then taught at Hayford, Trinity County.

Daisy D. Hubbard, Woodland, Calif.   Taught in Paradise district, Santa Clara County.

Lillian I. Lang, Salinas, Calif.    Taught in Bradley, in Moore district and in Llana district, near Salinas.

Mertice Locke, Lockeford, Calif.   Taught near San Luis Obispo.

David J. Mahan, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in Humboldt County. Studied medicine and in 1916 was practicing in San Francisco.

Mary Plaskett, Yuba City, Calif.   Taught in Lincoln district, Sutter County.

Edith M. Pratt, Davidsville, Calif.   Taught in Fairfield.

Evalyn D. Sanford, Vallejo, Calif.   Taught in Cooper district and in Vallejo, Solano County.

 

FIFTY-THIRD CLASS-JUNE, 1897

 

F. Maude Branstetter, Dunsmuir, Calif.

Mary Pius Carroll, San Jose, Calif.  Teaching in San Jose High School.

Cora E. Comfort, Lockeford, Calif.   Taught near Corralitos, Santa Cruz County, then at Courtland, Sacramento County.

Gertrude E. Cook, Corning, Calif.   Taught in Wooden Valley, Napa County. Attended University of California. In 1907 was teaching history and English in Corning High School.

Dettie I. Doyle, San Francisco, Calif.

Grace A. Fogg (Mrs. E. E. Clark), Lodi, Calif.   Taught at New Hope, then at Onisbo, Sacramento County.

Gertrude M. Ford, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Eagle district, Monterey County.

 

 

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C. Gertrude Freitag, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Berryessa, then Scotia, Humboldt County. Taught at Hester, Santa Clara County for several years, then in Fresno.

Cora G. Harrington (Mrs. J. L. Grosdidier), Patretro, Calif.   Taught about ten years. Has taken graduate work in San Diego Teachers College. Now teaching at Potretro, San Diego County. Two children.

Emily M. Holmes (Mrs. C. J. Larmon) (deceased).   Taught in Harrison school, San Mateo County. Married in 1903. Two children. Mrs. Larmon (whose death occurred some years ago) was a daughter of Ahira Holmes, the first principal of this school.

Mattie B. Hudson, Fresno, Calif.   Taught in Palo Alto. Took courses at Stanford. Principal in Palo Alto school.

Carmela M. Hughes,  Auburn, Calif.   Taught at Edgewood district, near Auburn. Taught in Christian Valley district, Placer County.

Annie E. Jenkin (Mrs. G. H. Blakeslee), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Coulterville, Mariposa County, at Castle Rock district, Shasta County, in Excelsior, San Luis Obispo County and at Evergreen, Santa Clara County. Married July 3, 1904.

Lela A. Lanfest, Navarro, Calif.   Taught at Signal Port School, Mendocino County.

Lulu Linsey, Knight's Ferry, Calif.   Principal of Tesla school, Alameda County.

Thomas M. McGough (deceased). Taught in Mt. View district, Mendocino County, also Counts and Christine districts. Member of County Board of Education.

Nettie T. Ross (Mrs. Arthur Truscott), Acampo, Calif.   Taught in Harmony Grove and Brown districts, San Joaquin County. Married June 5, 1901.

Isabelle Willson, Porterville, Calif.   Taught in Porterville. Graduated from University of California with degree of B.S. In 1907 was teaching science and mathematics in Ukiah High School.

Heloise J. Winchester, San Jose, Calif.    Taught in Downieville, Sierra County, then in Newcastle, Placer County.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transcribed by: Jeanne Sturgis Taylor.

Source: Greathead, Mrs. Estelle, The Story of an Inspiring Past, Historical Sketch of the San Jose State Teachers College from 1862 to 1928.  Published by San Jose State Teachers College, 1928.


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