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 350-367

 

 

RECORD of GRADUATES BY CLASSES

1898-1902

 

 

 

 

 

FIFTY-FOURTH CLASS-JANUARY, 1898.

 

F. Irene Bliss, Santa Cruz, Calif.

Avaline Bohmen, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Courtland, Calif.

Clorinda M. Cassinelli (Mrs. August Grille), San Francisco, Calif. Taught twenty-seven years. Teaching history in San Francisco.

Mary Veronica Farley, Watsonville, Calif.

Mattie A. Feeley, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Polar Star district, San Luis Obispo County, in Rockport and Cottaneva, Mendocino County, and in Horace Mann school, San Jose. Graduated from Cooper Medical College in 1911 and practiced in San Francisco.

Kate E. Holliway, Oakdale, Calif. Taught in Booth district, Oakdale.

Lillie L. Koerber, San Francisco, Calif. Taught at Paraiso Springs, Spreckles and Chaular, Monterey County. Was graduated from Stanford and Cooper Medical College. Practicing in San Francisco.

Blanche E. Lovell (Mrs. Arthur C. Elder), San Francisco, Calif. Taught two years. Took many extension courses. Is interested in Parent-Teachers organization. Two children.

Fannie M. McKay (Mrs. Rev. R. L. Waggoner). Taught sixteen years. Principal of school at Yearington, Nevada. Studied law and admitted to the bar. Practiced three years in Carson City, Nev.

Roy Moore, San Francisco, Calif. Was a bugler in Co. M. 8th California U.S. Infantry, stationed at Alcatraz. Taught at Sissons. Graduated from dental college and is practicing dentistry in San Francisco.

Harry Renowden Painton, San Francisco, Calif. Principal Hacienda school, New Almaden. Afterwards taught at Pescadero, San Mateo County, then San Bruno, South San Francisco. Married Emma J. Addicott, July 3, 1902. Graduated from medical college and is now a practicing physician in San Francisco.

Minnie A. Thompson (Mrs. David R. Pender), San Jose, Calif. Taught in McHenry district, near Modesto. Married November 28, 1900.

John W. Thompson, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in Estrella district, San Luis Obispo County, and then attended University of California. Afterwards taught in Petaluma schools. Was a contractor and builder in Petaluma for several years, then began teaching in San Martin, Santa Clara County. Married Mabel Mooney. Four children, three boys, one girl. Principal of San Luis Obispo High School.

Maude Frances Wilber, Tombstone, Arizona. Taught in Pleasant Hill, Mr. Hamilton, then went to Aultman, Yavapai County, Arizona. Last reported teaching was in Tombstone, Arizona.

 

FIFTY-FIFTH CLASS-JUNE, 1898.

 

Mabel Abbott (Mrs. W. J. Stevens), Hollywood, Calif. Taught in Cottonwood district, then in Woodland; is now a widow.

Ella Armstrong (Mrs. Judge W. A. Anderson) (deceased). Taught at Spring Lake district, near Woodland. A serious automobile accident resulted in her death.

Grace M. Baldwin (deceased). Taught at Bonny Doon, Santa Cruz County, then in Bay View and Laurel about twenty years. Her death occurred in 1918 while touring the Atlantic coast.

Lillie V. Bell, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Volta district, Monterey County, then Vine Hill district at Laurel, and later at Del Monte district.

Frank W. Benedix, Sacramento, Calif. Taught at Point Pleasant school, then Perkins, Sacramento County. Is in the real estate business, Sacramento, where he has been for the past nineteen years.

Estelle Blanchard (Mrs. V. T. McCurdy). Taught three yeas in Marshall, Missouri and four years in Hester, San Jose. Was a graduate of E. Aull Seminary, Lexington, Missouri. Also had taken work at University of California, Stanford and Stephens Colleges. Since graduation has taken extension courses. Left in January, 1928 for Mediterranean cruise.

Edith B. Bowers, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Casa Grande, Oregon, then in Napa County.

Rachel C. Bynon (Mrs. Bryson), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Cleveland district, Stanislaus County, then in Bonita. In 1904 was teaching at Los Banos.

 

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Pearl E. Clark (Mrs. A. Ordway) (deceased). Taught in Eureka. Her death occurred in January, 1927.

Margaret Clements, Clements, Calif.

Elizabeth P. Cooper, Oakland, Calif. Graduated from Stanford University in 1902. Teaching in Campbell school, Oakland.

L. Maude Devoy (Mrs. John Robert Hudson), Eureka, Calif. Taught in Eureka. Attended U. of C. One daughter

Zoe H. Devoy, (Mrs. M. L. Gilloghy), San Rafael, Calif. Four children.

Ida Fulloger (deceased). Taught in Fresno County. In 1904-05 taught in Campbell. For many years past has been teaching in the San Jose High School in the Commercial department. During the vacation of 1927 she died very suddenly at her San Jose home.

M. Adillia Gabler (Dr. Mary Adillia Gabler), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught at Esparto, Yolo County, then entered College of Osteopothy in Los Angeles. Was graduated in 1902 and is practicing in Los Angeles.

Florence L. Garratt, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Mendocino district, Fresno County, then in Encinal school, Alameda.

Daisy M. Gibson (Mrs. Stephen F. Butler), San Jose, Calif. Attended University of California. Substituted in Oakland schools. Married September 18, 1899. Later was teaching at Saratoga.

Gertrude Gordon (Mrs. A. D. Oldham), Porterville, Calif. Taught at Mill Creek, near Hanford. Married July 16, 1899. In 1904 was again teaching Lewis Creek school, Lindsay. Mrs. Oldham has reared a family of five children, and supervised their education. She is now a widow and has kept up with educational methods and studied art and other subjects.

Fannie W. Gower, Galt, Calif. Taught in Burnett school, near Mogan Hill, then in Galt.

Eva R. Gunnuldson (Mrs. Holt), Lodi, Calif. Taught in Alta district, Towles, then at Colfax. Later went to Pleasanton, Alameda County to teach.

Bertha L. Hall, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Los Tablas district, San Luis Obispo County, then in Santa Cruz County. Entered the University of California, but began teaching again at Austin, Santa Clara County. In 1903 she went to Los Gatos to teach.

Mabel S. Hall, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Bloomfield, then in the Walker school, Petaluma. In 1907 went to Petaluma school department.

Hortense Hammond (Mrs. Walter E. Bean), Burlingame, Calif. Taught in Lowell School, San Jose. Married October 22, 1902. Re-entered the Normal School for special music course. Has a son who is a graduate of the Teachers College.

Iola M. Harris (Mrs. Dr. H. J. Graham), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in San Martin, Santa Clara County, then in Gardner school, San Jose. She also taught Arden and Sierra schools, Sacramento County. Married June, 1903. Mrs. Graham has studied in the Sacramento Junior College, has taken University extension work, and has specialized in art. She has two children, a girl and a boy, and is teaching in Sacramento.

Grace S. Hewett, Martinez, Calif.

Louise A. Holbrook, Salinas, Calif. Taught Janes district, Humboldt County. Entered University of California in 1898, and attended Stanford. She has taught eight years in Tulare high school and fifteen years in Salinas high. Her work there is in art.

Luella Hopping (Mrs. Hawks), Easton, Ill. Taught in Sear's Grove, Mason County, Illinois. Married in 1900.

Minnie Johnson (Mrs. Orin Harlan), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hamilton School, Santa Clara County. Later went to Rustic school, Hanford. Later took school in Lemoore, and then was elected to position in Hanford schools. Is now in the college working for her degree.

Winifred Kane (Mrs. Donovan), Palo Alto, Calif. Studied German in Palo Alto high school, then taught in Copley district, Monterey County. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, at Cienega, Arroyo Grande, and Nipomo. In 1922 was living in Palo Alto. Is a widow.

Ida M. Keilbar, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Oakland school department.

Margaret M. Kennedy, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Carlton district, Santa Cruz County. Was in San Jose school, then went to Oakland to teach.

Grace M. King (Mrs. E.A. Aggeler), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Bear Creek school, Merced County.

Minnie C. Lindsay (Mrs. Geo. W. Weatherly) (deceased), Taught in Eureka school department. Died in 1917.

Myra Manlove, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Clark's Valley school, Fresno County, then in Walnut district.

Sallie M. Mansfield, Gorda, Calif. Taught in Monroe and Independence districts, Monterey County.

Idylwylde Marshall (Mrs. Morris Brooke), Sacramento, Calif. Married April 8, 1898. Lived in Kansas City, Kansas. Returned to California and taught in Goldberg district, Sacramento County. In 1903 began teaching in San Francisco. Taught in New York in 1906-07, and in 1907 returned to San Francisco to teach.

Josie McCabe, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Ball's Station, Santa Clara County, then in San Jose school department.

Mrs. Kate McCormack, Nevada City, Calif. Taught in Pleasant Valley School, Nevada County. Has attended the University of California and the San Francisco State Teachers College for special work. She has a son who is married and a daughter who is in attendance at the State Teachers College, San Jose.

Blanche McCuaig, San Francisco, Calif. Taught at Colma, San Mateo County.

Elsie H. McDonald (Mrs. P. Stockton), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Selby, Contra Costa County. Married May 21, 1901. Began teaching again at Pea Ridge, Mariposa County.

Helene Menihan (deceased). Taught in Healdsburg. Died November 7, 1924.

Maude Miller (Mrs. F. A. Curtis), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hall's Valley, Santa Clara County. Was principal at Alviso. Was a student in University of California for a year. Taught in Moreland district. Married June 18, 1913. Has been a student in the University of California. A member of the Association of University Women, was secretary of the Santa Clara County Federation of Women's Clubs, president of the Santa Clara County Woman's club, Chairman of History and Landmarks of San Francisco district. Her husband, William S. Graves died in 1907, and she is now the wife of Frederic A. Curtis. One daughter. Her life is full of activities. Now taking special course in college.

 

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Dorothea Moore (Mrs. Seal), Vancouver, B.C. Principal Alviso school. Attended University of California. Taught at Templeton, San Luis Obispo County. After her marriage lived in Vancouver.

Mrs. Millie Morgan, Palo Alto, Calif. Taught in Nevada City. Is now (1927) a clerk in the post office in San Francisco.

Elizabeth W. Naffziger (Mrs. Wm. J. Newell), Bakersfield, Calif. Taught at Nevada City and North Bloomfield. Married in 1913. Is teaching in Bakersfield.

Bertha K. Newman, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Orange district, Mariposa County, afterwards at Cathey's Valley and Whitlock. Taught at Fair Oaks, Sacramento County, then in Antioch, Contra Costa County. In 1904 went to San Francisco to teach.

Caroline H. Newman, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Grayson, Stanislaus County, and at Birdhaven, Monterey County.

Maude H. Nichols, Napa, Calif. Taught in Napa.

Gertrude Noe, Woodland, Calif. Taught Pleasant Praoroe, District, Woodland then in Oat Creek district.

Nellie G. O'Hara, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in Nipoma, San Luis Obispo County, then in New district, then in San Luis Obispo.

Mabel Pfau, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Scodie district, Kern County, then in Central district, San Luis Obispo County. Taught in Oak Flat, but in 1902 expected to give up teaching.

Mabel Plummer (Mrs. A. T. Gordon), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Grass Valley for nine years. Attended summer schools at University of California. Mrs. Gordon has two boys and has assisted her husband in his business, both in San Francisco and in San Jose.

R. Lucile Potter (Mrs. R. L. P. Hanford), Santa Barbara, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara, in Lompoc and in Templeton. Attended Stanford. Took Kindergarten course at San Jose Teachers College. Mrs. Hanford is a widow and is teaching in Santa Barbara.

Harriet E. Quilty (Mrs. Frank Somers), San Jose, Calif. Taught in the American Colony, Fresno. Afterwards taught at Hester, San Jose and in Gilroy. Married July 2, 1907. Is a widow. Has three sons. Has studied in Stanford and U.C. After her husband's death carried on his business.

Elizabeth Quinlan (Mrs. Alvoid Schroder), San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Jose city schools, and in the Normal Training School. Graduate of U.C. Now teaching in Berkeley.

Ida M. Ray, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Chatham district, Tulare County, then in Greeley, Mariposa County. Since 1901 has been teaching in Alameda schools.

Matie H. Read (Mrs. Harwood), San Francisco, Calif. Was in collector's office, Santa Rosa, then in office of county superintendent. Taught for a time in private family. Afterwards had position at Horicon district, Sonoma County, and Tarwater, same County. In 1903 went to San Francisco to teach. Has had a year of travel, study at University of California and Columbia, and is at present (1927) assistant in the department of speech correction, San Francisco.

M. Lena Rice (Mrs. John Harry Mallery). U.S. Veterans Hospital, San Fernando, Calif. Taught in Eureka eight years.

Geraldine Savage, Tulare, Calif. Taught in Wheatland district, Tulare County, then in Tulare City.

Julia R. Schau, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Live Oak district, El Dorado County.

Nellie L. Schroder (Mrs. G. E. Ramer), Wilmington, Delaware. Taught in Paradise Valley school, Monterey County. Married George E. Ramer, who was connected with the Hercules Powder Company. Has two sons, both graduates of the University of California.

Edna L. Scott, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught first in Scott Valley school, Santa Cruz County, then in city of Santa Cruz.

Frank H. D. Smitt or Schmitt, San Francisco, Calif. In 1916 was about to enter University of California.

Anna E. Sullivan (Mrs. Head), Richmond, Calif. Taught eight years, then married. Has three children. In 1922 was about to begin teaching in Junior High School, Richmond.

A. Gertrude Thompson, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Rio Dell, Humboldt County, then in Eureka.

E. Ruth Thompson (Mrs. Lewis M. Slater), San Jose, Calif. Taught at Estrella, San Luis Obispo County, at Highland district, Santa Cruz County, and at Burrill. Married April 27, 1902).

Maude I. Townsend (Mrs. Charles R. Weston), San Jose, Calif. Took Kindergarten course, and afterwards taught in San Jose Institute. Later was teaching in San Martin. Married November 25, 1902. Now teaching n Orchard school.

Clara E. Viney, Hanford, Calif. Taught in Oriental district, Hanford.

Marguerite M. Wagner, Coulterville, Calif. Taught in Coulterville, Hornitos, and Greeley, Mariposa County.

Helen I. Walker, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Lighthouse district, Marin County, then in San Rafael for ten years. Last reported teaching at Prescott school, Oakland.

Lottie G. Walton, Fresno, Calif. Taught first in Pleasanton, her home, then in Fresno City.

Carrie F. Williams, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Bethel district, Fresno County. For some years Miss Williams taught in the Horace Mann school, San Jose, then in the high school.

 

FIFTY-SIXTH CLASS-JANUARY, 1899.

 

Frederic F. Bailey, Soledad, Calif.

Marvin L. Benson, Redwood City, Calif. Taught in Tehachipi, Kern County, and in Armona, Kings County. Was for some years principal of Redwood City schools.

Winifred C. Booker, St. Helena, Calif. Taught in St. Helena.

Mabel G. Bowsher (Mrs. Mabel B. Dye), Alameda, Calif. Taught in Walnut Grove. Married June, 1906.

M. Janie Carnes (Mrs. Harry D. Pyle), Williams, Arizona. Taught in Williams, Arizona. Married June 27, 1900.

Jessie Cuthbertson, Palo Alto, Calif. Taught at Pt. Arena and Palo Alto. Has taken work at Stanford and the University of California. Has special credentials for part time instruction. Has studied voice culture quite extensively. Is teacher in the Addison avenue school, Palo Alto.

 

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Ysibel J. Daly, Gilroy, Calif. Taught in Horace Mann school, San Jose.

Emma Dawley (Mrs. E. D. Shearin), Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught in Junction City, Trinity County, in Bryson, Monterey County, and at Sites and Stonyford, Colusa County. Married December, 1908. In 1918 completed the course in Household Arts at San Jose Normal School.

Olive A. Eardly (Mrs. F. A. Wolfe), Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Robinson district, Stanislaus County, also taught in Monterey County, and for some years in Mountain View, Santa Clara County. Married May 21, 1901.

Edith V. Edwards (Mrs. James Marshall Glover), Evergreen, Calif. Taught in Maine district, Monterey County, also at Ben Lomond and Ocean View, Santa Cruz County. Married December 31, 1902. Taught some after marriage.

Olga M. Ehlers, St. Helena, Calif. Taught in Lodi district, Napa County.

Blanche H. Fry (Mrs. Harry E. Cary), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Oakland school department, Garfield school. Attended University of California a year and a half. Married June, 1905.

Effie I. Hawkins (deceased). Taught at Corralitos, Santa Cruz County, at Pleasant Valley, San Luis Obispo County, and at Ben Lomond. For many years was principal of grammar school, Palo Alto. After completing her work for a degree at Stanford she was a teacher in the Berkeley high school, and came from there to the San Jose State Teachers College where she was in the department of Social Science, until her death in 1925.

Elsie W. Hill, Placerville, Calif. Taught in Coon Hollow district, El Dorado County.

Blanche Hood, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Cinnabar district, Sonoma County. In 1917 was living in Los Angeles.

Ernest Ellsworth Hough, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Aurora district, Marin County. Attended Stanford University for a year. Taught in Mayfield, and later at Mill Valley.

May E. Humphreys, San Jose, Calif.

Edna A. Hyde (Mrs. G. W. Hopkins), Reedley, Calif. Taught Oak Grove school, Shasta County and Frankwood district, Fresno County. Married August, 1903. Later taught for a time in Canal district, Fresno County.

Lena May Kelly, Gonzales, Calif. Taught at San Lucas, Monterey County, and was principal in Vegas district.

Helen E. Marcus, Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Watsonville.

Maude M. Martin (Mrs. Charles Plaskett Jarman), Manila, P. I. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, Monterey County where she was vice principal. In 1901 was married and went to Manila. Has one daughter, married and living in San Francisco. A year of graduate work and a keen interest in educational problems. Is at present (1927) home from the Philippines on a year's visit.

Harry G. McKannay, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Mateo, Siskiyou, and Santa Clara Counties. Taught in evening school and attended University of California. Is a practicing attorney in San Francisco.

Theresa K. Molfino (Mrs. Theresa K. Cuneo), Sutter Creek, Calif. Taught at Middle Fork, Amador County. Married 1901.

Ida Mae Nelson (Mrs. J. Egbert Adams), Cooperstown, Calif. Taught at Dry Creek district, Stanislaus County. Married September 25, 1902.

George D. Parkison, Acampo, Calif. Is a civil engineer and contractor. Married Florence Burkett. Two sons.

Alma E. Plumb, Tuscarora, Nevada. Taught in Jefferson district, Santa Clara County. In 1903 went to Carlin, Nevada as principal.

Susie Verne Price, Pt. Arena, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County, Wildwood district, Yolo County, and afterwards in Woodland.

Ethel May Pyle (Mrs. G. H. Ressegine), Oakland, Calif. Taught at Green school, and Coarse Gold, Madera County. Married and lived in Oakland. Teaching in Madera County.

Yosemeta Ralston, San Jose, Calif. Taught near Elko, Nevada, then in Helena, Montana. In 1901 was teaching in Heald's Business College Night School, and engaged in stenographic work during the day.

Laura C. Sangster (Mrs. Fred Greer), Dana, Calif. Taught in Shasta County. Married June, 1901. Taught a few months in Soldier Mountain district, Shasta County.

Helene Schultz (Mrs. Payne), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Franklin and Peach Tree districts, Monterey County. For a time was in King City school, then in Mountain View, Santa Clara County.

Hugh F. Sturtevant (deceased). Taught at Mills Institute, Honolulu, and was made principal of Lahainaluna Seminary in 1904. His death occurred in Honolulu in January, 1907.

Winifred H. Sullivan (Mrs. C. E. Henry), Ophir, Calif. Taught in Ophir. Married June 2, 1900.

Nettie E. Wagner, Fresno, Calif. Taught in Godfrey district, San Luis Obispo County, then in Fresno County.

Jessie D. Wood, Oakland, Calif. Taught Locust Grove school, Tulare County and at Atwater, Merced County.

 

FIFTY-SEVENTH CLASS-JUNE, 1899.

 

Carrie F. Alexander (Mrs. Charles B. Mason), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Took extension and summer courses. Four children. Now teaching in Riverside.

Della M. Balaam, Visalia, Calif. Taught in Central district, Tulare County, then in Visalia.

Walter G. Bancroft, Santa Cruz, Calif. Was engaged in farming for a year. Taught in Colusa County, in Glenn and Mendocino Counties. Was in mercantile business at Clipper Gap. Married Gertrude Collins of June class, 1896. Moved to Santa Cruz and was principal of Mission Hill school.

Emma Basse, San Jose, Calif. Taught Paraisio Springs, Monterey County.

Grace H. Beekman, Oakland, Calif. Taught Whitney district, Tulare County.

Dorothy B. Benson, San Francisco, Calif.

Nellie Berg, Quincy, Calif. Taught in Pioneer district, Plumas County. Member of County Board of Education.

Pearl Bibbins (Mrs. Paul Karaus), Yerington, Nev. Taught in California five years and in Nevada six years. Has taken work at University of Nevada and course in Business Writing for Teachers. Mrs. Karaus has found her standing as a graduate of this school an open sesame for securing positions, and has constantly kept up with the latest educational thought.

 

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May Frances Bird (Mrs. Wm. D. Patterson), Newark, Calif. Taught in Yreka. Resigned to enter Stanford. Was in Stanford two years. Married June, 1903.

Sallie Blanchard (Mrs. Allen), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Mountain City, Navada (sic), in Lincoln and Cupertino, Santa Clara County, then in Hester, San Jose.

Clara E. Boyce (Mrs. Ashley M. Walker), Salinas, Calif. Taught in Copley district, Monterey County, and in Berryessa. Married July 28, 1908.

May Buchannan, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Garcia school, Mendocino County, also Pt. Arena and Albion districts. Taught in Los Angeles city schools, but later was said to be teaching at Elk.

Maude E. Burnett, Fresno, Calif. Taught in Bowles district, Fresno County, then in Fresno City.

Theresa Burtscher, Auburn, Calif. Taught at Mills school, Yuba County. Was a student at Stanford for a year. Taught at Butcher Ranch, and in 1922 was in Richmond.

Lenore Busey, Concord, Calif.

Robert Butler, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Yolo County. Was married in 1901 to Ella Brinkman, class of 1900, who died July 6, 1903. Was graduated from University of California in 1905. Was assistant instructor in University while a student. Taught in Oakland high school, and was principal of Oroville high school from 1906 to 1909. Went to Los Angeles County as principal of Downing high school. Later took position with Weber and Co., school furniture, San Francisco.

Edith Clement (Mrs. Arthur E. Davis), Coneto Estado de Durango, Mexico. Taught at Pismo, San Luis Obispo County. Married October 28, 1899.

Alice B. Connelly (Mrs. Gorton A. Harris), Oakland, Calif. Did not teach. Was at Mills College for a time. Has been on the legitimate stage for sixteen years under the name of Barbara Lee. Has been married twive (sic), first, T.C. Smith. Had three children. Later married Gorton A. Harris, who had five children, so has mothered eight children, all but one of whom are married. Mrs. Harris boasts of five grand children and five step grand children.

Dott Connelly, Great Western Mine, Lake Co., Calif.

Mary F. Corkery (Mrs. Victor Dornberger), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Washington Grammar School, San Jose. Has had Summer school work, also additional study in Normal School.

Susie A. Corpstein, San Francisco, Calif. Connected with the San Francisco school department.

Grace D. Cuthbertson (Mrs. Joseph H. Borden), Palo Alto, Calif. Taught at Ferndale, Mendocino County, then Manchester. Married Joseph H. Borden, June 7, 1905.

Dora R. Dill (Mrs. Dora Berding), Bagdad, Calif. Taught in Brunswick district, San Joaquin County, and at Washington. Later taught at Bagdad, San Bernardino County.

William Donlon (deceased), Taught Pala school.

Charlotte Isabel Douglas (Mrs. Paul M. Gregg), San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo. Left teaching in 1904 and was planning for a trip abroad. On her return she married Paul M. Gregg, city attorney of San Luis Obispo.

Una B. Doyle (Mrs. Wm. Kaseberg), Roseville, Calif. Married August 5, 1903.

Flora H. Dudley, San Jose, Calif. Was a student at Stanford.

May R. Emerson (Mrs. James Carson), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Eureka district, Santa Cruz County, then in Hacienda, Santa Clara County; also taught in Alviso. Married June 30, 1903.

Sarah Fablinger (Mrs. C. D. Le Sueur), Chloride, Arizona. Taught in Mariposa, Kern, and Calaveras Counties. Miss Fablinger's mother was the youngest daughter of John Brown, whose tragic history is an important record of the Civil War. Mrs. Le Sueur is a widow and is at present (1927) teaching in Chloride, Arizona.

Bessie Falk (Mrs. A. N. Moss), Visalia, Calif. Taught at Fortuna, Humboldt County, also Arcata. Has taught at Saticoy, Ventura County. Married Orthur N. Moss, special agent New York Life Insurance Company. Has one son. Is at present (1927) teaching in Visalia.

Viola D. Fisher (Mrs. Brown), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Orange district, Mariposa County. In 1902 began teaching in East San Jose school.

Ethel M. Freeman, Stockton, Calif. Taught in Orange district, Mariposa County at Cathay, at Hanford and then Fair Oaks, near Stockton.

Kathryne J. Glubetich, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Vineyard district, Monterey County, then in San Jose.

Gertrude Gracy (deceased). Miss Gracy's death occurred at Fountain Creek, Tennessee, February 28, 1900.

Mrs. Bertha L. Gray, Nevada City, Calif.

Mary T. Griffith, San Jose, Calif.

Louise J. Grozelier, San Francsico, Calif. Engaged in private teaching.

Louise Haggerty (Mrs. Charles E. Fredericks), San Francisco, Calif. Was married February 22, 1900.

Myrtle M. Hale, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Enterprise district, Merced County.

Alice Halsey, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught at Burnett district, Santa Clara County, from 1901 until the present time (1927) in the Santa Cruz school department.

Thana B. Hamilton (Mrs. Epperson), Park Co., Colo. Taught at Wheatland until 1905 when she entered the Los Angeles school department. Superintendent of school, Park County, Colorado.

Ila L. Henderson, Stockton, Calif.

Alethea Hitzman, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Long Valley school, and at Orosi, Tulare County.

Mary E. Inglis (Mrs. Jory), Lockeford, Calif. Taught in Lockeford. Resigned in 1902 to be married. Has two daughters.

Elvira V. Johnson, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Montezuma district until 1901, then in Los Gatos schools. Now teaching Sunnyvale.

Lucia N. Keniston, Stockton, Calif. Was graduated from Stanford University in 1903. Since 1904 has been teaching mathematics in Stockton high school.

Helen M. Kimball (deceased). Taught in Lighthouse district, Marin County, in Walker district, Sonoma County, and in 1900 was teaching at Santa Paula, Ventura County. Her death occurred in 1903.

 

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Nellie McMahon (Mrs. A. Woodward), Susanville, Calif. Taught in Mohawk, Plumas County, and at La Porte, her home. Was for a time in a physician's office, but returned to teaching and was in Alleghany and Goodyear districts, Sierra County, and at Melrose, Plumas County. Married in 1907

Ella R. Mueller (deceased). Her death occurred in Oakland January 18, 1900.

Edith O. Mumma (Mrs. Marcus Blanchard), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Grammar school at Colusa, and in her home district, Yolo County. Married Marcus Blanchard of San Jose.

Harriet R. Ortley (Mrs. J. Q. White), Ukiah, Calif. Taught in Jefferson and in Alviso districts, Santa Clara County. Married February, 1913. Is interested in Parent-Teacher Club, member of Saturday Afternoon Club, and member of Board of Trustees of Ukiah High School. Mrs. White's husband, Judge White, is dead, and one child, a boy, has died. Has a daughter twelve years of age.

Louise E. Parker (deceased). Taught in Wheatland for a few months, but resigned on account of illness and died at her home in Stockton, November 29, 1899.

Frances J. Power, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Graniteville, Nevada County, then in Nevada City.

Isabel Preston, Santa Clara, Calif. Taught in Cupertino, Collins, and in Santa Clara public school.

Matilda Prusch (Mrs. Hart), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Central District, Santa Cruz County and at Cambria, Santa Clara County. Also taught in Riverside, and in Jackson school, Santa Clara County. Married August 19, 1907.

Maude C. Read, Pine Grove, Calif. Taught Rancheria district, Amador County, also in Amador City and in Pine Grove. In 1905 was teaching in Lodi.

Gertrude E. Robinson, Bridgeville, Calif. Taught at Bridgeville.

Edith Helen Rosendahl, Kingsburg, Calif. Taught at Bowles, Fresno County, at Kingsburg, and in Fresno City. Later taught in Alameda and in Fresno Normal School.

Edith L. Ross (Mrs. Geo. W. Armstead), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hanford. Two children..

Ada V. Rucker (Mrs. Arthur L. Withrew), Adelaida, Calif. Taught in Adelaide, San Luis Obispo County, and in Austin district, Santa Clara County. Married July 26, 1905.

Alice M. Shepard, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Liberty district, Fresno County, also in Ross and in Selma.

Ernest D. Snow, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Sierra County, then in Valencia. Santa Cruz County. At last report was in the Los Angeles school department.

Elizabeth E. Spencer, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Windsor school, Tulare County.

Susie M. B. Spooner (Mrs. M. Blake White), Stockton, Calif. Taught in Stockton schools. Attended N.E.A. in Boston, and her class work was written up in March, 1904 Sunset magazine. Married August 12, 1909.

Myrtle Steen, Fresno, Calif. Taught at Easterly district, Fresno County, and in 1902 was teaching in Fresno.

Frances E. Sullivan, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Rinconado district, San Luis Obispo County, then at Mammoth Rock, same county.

Lucy J. Tainton (Mrs. Carlton Brown), Visalia, Calif. Taught in Eureka and Vine Hill, Santa Cruz County. Married in 1907.

Elizabeth J. Taylor (Mrs. Hubert A. Burrows), Mountain View, Calif. Taught at Bradley, Monterey County, and in Salinas district, San Luis Obispo County. Also taught at San Felipe, and in Tekoa, Washington. Mrs. Burrows has three children and is at present working for a degree. She is a teacher in the Mountain View Grammar School.

Mabel A. Thompson (Mrs. J. G. Crawford), San Jose, Calif. Has taught continuously in Mendocino County.

Harriet Toy (Mrs. J. Sidney), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County. Married March 28, 1903.

Bessie C. Urquhart (Mrs. Jas. G. Leitch), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento eight years. One daughter soon to enroll in the college.

Eva L. Weymouth (Mrs. S. C. Blunt), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Antelope district, Shasta County. Also in Ocean View, Ventura County.

Edna B. White (Mrs. Felch), Fresno, Calif. Married 1900.

M. Louise Williams (Mrs. S. N. Cunningham), Bay Point, Calif. Taught at Bay Point, Concord. Married August 20, 1903.

Jessie P. Wood, San Jose, Calif. Taught Bryson school, also Graves district, Monterey County.

 

KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY-JUNE, 1899.

 

Julia E. Farney, San Jose, Calif. General elementary graduate, 1897.

Emma L. Kooser (Mrs. Waldegrave), Palo Alto, Calif. Taught in Butte, Mont. Teaching in Palo Alto.

 

FIFTY-EIGHTH CLASS-JANUARY, 1900.

 

Clara Frances Abbott (Mrs. W. A. Dill), De Witt, Calif. Taught in Davis district, Stanislaus County, in Hot Springs, Lassen County, in San Miguel, and in Milton, Calaveras County. Was a teacher in San Mateo, and married September 8, 1908.

Annie Louise Adams, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Meridian school up to June, 1904.

J. Dora C. Andreasen (Mrs. R. T. Anderson), Irvington, Calif. Taught in Crescent district, Fresno County, and at Mowry's Landing, Alameda County. Continued teaching at Mowry's Landing.

Marcie M. Burchard, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Canon district, Monterey County, and at Agnews Santa Clara County. Later taught in Fresno and Merced Counties, and at last report was in Sonoma city school.

P. Wightman Byrd, Newman, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County. Graduated as a pharmacist in the Affiliated Colleges in 1908 and was with Bowman and Co., Oakland for a time. At last report was in business in Newman.

Elena Broderick, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Ferndale, then in Eureka, twenty-eight years. Studied manual training and domestic art.

 

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Cora B. Dam (Mrs. J.W. Ferguson), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Wheatland. Married September 30, 1903. Interested in Parent-Teacher activities, 20th Century Club, Berkeley. Two sons, Kenneth Loveland and Chelsey Gould, both Stanford men.

Eliza May Drury, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Placer County, at Gold Hill and Loomis.

Louise Drury, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Newcastle. Now teaching in Oakland. Has degree from Columbia University.

Mary B. Duff, Vacaville, Calif. Taught in Vacaville, then in Broderick for twenty-five years. Is now an orchardist.

Lois M. Estabrook (Mrs. H.B. Johnson), Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught twenty-two years. Has made special study of handling foreign children. Has been a widow for 12 years. Principal of Old Monterey grammar school.

May A. Fletcher (Mrs. E.W. Gill), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Oakland schools. Married and lived in San Francisco.

Hugh L. Frazer, Glenfrazer, Calif. Taught in Sheldon and Lafayette districts, Contra Costa County. Has not taught since 1904.

Cora Belle Fry (Mrs. C.B. Cramer), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Apricot district, Monterey County, and at Eucinal, Santa Clara County.

Ora L. Gass (Mrs. P.M. Walsh), San Jose, Calif. Married June 6, 1900.

Elma Edwards Goin (Mrs. A.B. Welch), Woodland, Calif. Taught first in Sacramento River district, Yolo County, then in Woodland.

Gertrude Hamble, Eugene, Oregon. Taught at Meadow, Oak Hill and Walker, Ore.

Laura F. Hathaway (Mrs. John Fleming Clapham), San Jose, Calif. Taught at Arroyo Grande and Long Beach. Married at Pacific Grove, September 20, 1905, to Lieutenant John Fleming Clapham of the U.S. 15th Infantry and went with him to the Philipines.

J. Alice Helwig (Mrs. H.G. Stelling), Sunnyvale, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County at Sheep Ranch. Married July 19, 1900.

Ruth Higby, Oakland, Calif.

Helen Estella Hopkins, Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Watsonville.

Ida P. Jackson, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught at Pigeon Point, and Bodega. In 1905 went to Los Angeles and has been teaching there since. Home address is given as Redwood City.

Beatrice L. Jamison (Mrs. L.J. Whyers), Fresno, Calif. Taught Black Mountain and Empire districts, Fresno County. Principal of Scandinavian school, Fresno. Before teaching studied literature, mathematics and music. Married December 25, 1909.

Ella M. Jones (Mrs. R.A. Catlin), Kingburg, Calif. Taught in Tulare County, at Sand Creek and Townsend, and Orosi.

Esther T. Lawler, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County, Watmaugh, New and Iron Springs. Later went to Cuesta district, San Luis Obispo County.

Ora Lowrence, Paso Robles, Calif. Taught in Oak Flat and Encinal schols (sic), San Luis Obispo County. Later was in Shasta County at Island and McClaud.

Addie M. Lemon, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Jamesburg, Monterey County.

Gertrude H. Lewis, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Grangeville, Kings County, then Los Gatos. Was a student at the University of California, and later was in the Oakland school department.

Mattie Livingston (Mrs. Harry C. Witt) (deceased). Taught in Tulare County, La Motte, Yokohl. Married January 11, 1902. Died in Keeler, Inyo County, October, 1926.

Laura W. Mansfield, King City, Calif. Taught at Deep Well, Monterey County.

Grace M. Marr (Mrs. W. Blean), Colusa, Calif. Taught at Sycamore district, then in Colusa. Married in 1904.

Ida A. Nohrden, Watsonville, Calif. Principal San Lucas school, Monterey County.

Grace Northup, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Natividad, Monterey County.

Nella May Noyes (Mrs. R.F. Feemster), Portland, Oregon. Taught in Tulare County at Exeter and Porterville. In 1907 was teaching in Berkeley.

Margaret G. O'Connell, Escondido, Calif. Taught in San Diego County.

May Ada Parlier (Mrs. John Sharpe), Parlier, Calif. Taught in Princeton, Fresno County, and in Fresno.

A. Cornelia Perdue, Berkeley, Calif. Taught at Sites, Colusa County, then in Fresno County, and later at Mt. Hamilton, Santa Clara County. In 1917 was teaching in Oakland.

Edith R. Plumb (Mrs. Rizzi), Tindall, Idaho. Taught in the State of Nevada, Mountain City, Jacinto and North Fork. In 1920 she was in Tindall, Idaho, and applying for certification in the state.

Lucy M. Porter (Mrs. S.S. Stewart), Modesto, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and Fairview.

Helen M. Ransom (Mrs. W.P. Sawyer), Nevada City, Calif. Taught in Nevada County.

L. Minnie Rathbone (Mrs. E.W. Schand), Pleasanton, Calif. Taught Vista district, Alameda County, then Pleasanton. Married June, 1902.

Georgia H.K. Rattan, Oakland, Calif. Took her master's degree in science at University of California.

Clara Rodgers (Mrs. G.F. Silliman), Watsonville, Calif.

Jessie G. Sobey (Mrs. George Miller), Skyland, Calif. Taught at Pt. Reyes, Marin County, in Franklin, Monterey County, in Highland, Santa Cruz County; was principal at Ben Lomond, and later taught at Boulder Creek. Was married November 18, 1903.

Gertrude A. Steele (Mrs. H. Sessions), Fresno, Calif. Taught near El Dorado, then Dos Palos and Bryant districts. Also taught in Volta, Merced County. Married October, 1904. Two children.

Bella Steen (Mrs. Morris Benas), Fresno, Calif. Was married May, 1900.

Martha A. Stewart (deceased). Taught at Long Valley and Enterprise, Tulare County. In 1917 her death was reported.

Sallie H. Storrie, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Oakland.

Mary A. Sweeney, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento.

Mary E. Uncapher, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Buena Vista, Monterey County.

Minnie B. Veatch (Mrs. G.M. Taverner), Elk Grove, Calif. Taught in Valencia school, Santa Cruz County, then in Lee school, Sacramento County. Was for a time at Morris Ravine school, Sutter County. Took school at Oregon City, but resigned in order to take position in Oroville.

 

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Maggie E. Weinert, Oakland, Calif.

Mary Estelle Wilson, Berkeley, Calif. Taught at Talmadge, Mendocino County, then in Santa Clara.

Christine S. Zoffman, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo and in Monterey Counties for a few years. In 1908 was elected teacher in Lincoln school, San Jose. Has been a student at Stanford and fitted herself for a high school position. Is now (1927) a teacher in the San Jose high school.

Edyth Zumwalt, Tulare, Calif. Taught in Tulare city and in Coalinga.

 

FIFTY-NINTH CLASS-JUNE, 1900.

 

Bessie B. Applegate, Klamath Falls, Oregon. Miss Applegate taught in Oregon, and in 1917 was teaching in the Pasadena high school.

Mrs. Medora Arnold, Berkeley, Calif. Was a student in the Missouri State University. When last heard from was living in Berkeley.

Laura Aull, Reedley, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County and in Fresno County.

Delia M. Aulman, Visalia, Calif. Taught in Tulare County.

Mona Aulman (Mrs. A. Etter), Fresno, Calif. Taught in Visalia. Married in 1907.

Minnie Wells Barnett (Mrs. Joe Marcelino), Delta, Washington. Was a student in University of California. Taught in Tulare and Sonoma Counties.

Estelle M. Bell, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Los Altos.

Anne Oliver Bennetts, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Oakland.

Lillian H. Bertram (Mrs. A.J. Brown), Petaluma, Calif. Taught in Mt. Eden. Married 1904.

Grace Leona Bishop (Mrs. James Alexander), Weldon, Calif. Taught near Boulder Creek, then went to Arizona where she remained for about two years. Returned to California and taught in Kern County until her marriage in 1908.

Blanche E. Blacow, Alameda, Calif. Has taught continuously in Alameda.

Edith Braly, Carmel, Calif. Taught in Tulare County. Attended Stanford University.

Ella M. Brinkman (Mrs. Robert J. Butler) (deceased). Taught in Capay and Esparto. Married in 1901. Her death and that of her child occurred in July, 1903.

Annie J. Brook (Mrs. Victor B. Demaree), Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Taught in Vacaville. Was married in 1906 to Victor B. Demaree, Presbyterian minister. Lived for a time at Sask., Canada, then West Bend, Iowa.

Ruby H. Brown (Mrs. Wm. A. Meyer), Sacramento, Calif. Married January 27, 1902.

Annie M. Butler (Mrs. Loolsey), Ft. Klamath, Ore. Taught two years. Married 1903. One child.

A. Arthur Caldwell, San Jose, Calif. Was graduated from Stanford in 1905. Admitted to the bar and is at present (1927) a practicing attorney in San Jose.

Clara M. Calglesser (Mrs. Morley), East Bakersfield, Calif. Taught in Bakersfield, and in Mariposa County.

Mary J. Carroll, Oakland, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County. For some years has been teaching in Oakland.

June S. Chappell, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Madera for two years, since then in Berkeley.

Josephine S. Charlson (Mrs. Will T. Phillips), Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Nevada City and in Bakersfield. Married in 1907. Now teaching in Watsonville.

Alva F. Christman (Mrs. Walter Hill) (deceased). Taught in Santa Barbara County. Died in 1917.

Alma F. Claffey (Mrs. Hoyt Covert), Berkeley, Calif. Taught for a time, then began keeping books in San Francisco. Was bookkeeper for Nauman and Co., and for Sanborn, Vail Co.

Emma A. Cox, Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Gertrude Crawford (Mrs. Murtha), Riverbank, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County.

J. Lucile Dimon, Alhambra, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County and in San Bernardino County. When last heard from was teaching in Alhambra.

Mabel C. Dimon, (Mrs. Felix Chappellet), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Placer County.

Julia A. Drew (Mrs. Tower), Felix, Calif. Taught at Copperopolis, then in Huntington, Oregon. Afterwards returned to Calaveras County, and taught until her marriage about 1905.

Lena A. Dumouriez (Mrs. Carl Beeger), Redwood City, Calif. Studied music and travelled.

Carolyn Z. Edwards (Mrs. H.H. Hall), Berkeley, Calif. Graduated from Stanford University in 1906 and the same year was married to Harry Hubert Hall, also a Stanford graduate.

Rose H. Ehrlich (Mrs. Max Paul Fries), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Benito County and in Boulder Creek.

Frances E. Emery, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Seattle until 1904.

Frederick R. Estes, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Marin and Santa Clara Counties. Graduated from Stanford University in law department. Admitted to bar 1904. Married Irene M. Herman. One child. Practicing law in San Jose.

Miriam A. Estes (Mrs. T.P. Mitchell) (deceased). Taught in Tulare County. Died in San Jose in 1919.

Isabel N. Ferguson (Mrs. Tansel), Kalespell (sic), Mont. Taught in Nevada County, then moved to Kalispell, Montana, where she taught and married.

Selina G. Floyd, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Tuolumne County, in Santa Cruz, Stanislaus and Santa Clara Counties, most of the time as principal of school. Since about 1911 has been in Oakland school department. Has taken University extension work, and was for four years member of Board of Education.

Maud Fobes (Mrs. Ernest Kennedy), Bowles, Calif. Taught in Mariposa County, then in Fresno Grammar school. Principal in Houghton school. In 1917 reported her marriage.

Beatrice R. French (Mrs. Dr. Richard Arthur Bolt), Berkeley, Calif. Taught for a time in Santa Clara County. Attended Stanford and was graduated in 1905. Married July 21, and lived in Cleveland, Ohio.

Mary Arthur French (deceased). Was for a year in her father' law office. Traveled. Studied art at College of Pacific. On October 2, 1919 she was killed by an automobile in San Jose.

 

 

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Maud A. Funk, Etna Mills, Calif. Taught at Etna Mills, Siskiyou County.

Julia T. Goodman, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Franklin school and College Park. Is principal of College Park School, San Jose.

Anna K. Hardy (Mrs. Ralph Merrill Beede), Antioch, Calif. Taught in Arroyo Grande, and at Antioch. Four children.

Nettie A. Hewlett (Mrs. Levi), Pleasanton, Calif. When last heard from was teaching in Alameda.

Annie L. Hinds, San Francisco, Calif. Taught at Glenwood, Santa Cruz County. At latest report was teaching in San Francisco.

Nina L. Huffman (Mrs. Terrill), Fresno, Calif. Taught in Belmont school, Fresno, also in Wilmington, Delaware. One child. Now teaching in Fresno.

O. Mae Huston (Mrs. O. Mae Willett), Paso Robles, Calif. Taught nine years in rural and small town schools, five years in Jaso (sic) Robles, three years as principal of grammar school, and for five years has been rural supervisor. Has taken University work, and has an administration certificate. Mrs. Willett is a widow with three daughters. Is a member of the Field Committee on rural education.

Louise A. Inglis, Lockeford, Calif. Has taught continuously in Lockeford.

John L. Kelley, Soquel, Calif. Taught at Crescent Mills. Engaged in mining and assaying in Empire Mine, Grass Valley. In 1919 was teaching at Soquel.

Isabel M. Kersell (Mrs. Charles Cooper), Elk Grove, Calif. Taught in Kern County, then near Milipitas, then in Madera County. Is a graduate of University of California. Was for a time associated with Miss Cameron in the Chinese mission in San Francisco.

Winifred C. King (Mrs. N.R. Coulter), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Kern and Fresno Counties. In 1904 was teaching in Berkeley. Her marriage was reported in 1917.

Marie G. Klein, San Francisco, Calif. Taught at San Ardo, Monterey County until 1902, then went to San Francisco school department. Vice-principal Peabody school.

Edward W. Kottinger, Pleasanton, Calif. Last heard from was teaching in Oakland.

Esther M. Lamb (Mrs. Hubert Charles Snyder), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and Fresno Counties; for four years was in Fresno city schools, then went to Oakland and is at present (1927) head of the Woodrow Wilson Junior High School. Has taken work at University of California in Berkeley and Los Angeles.

Jane A. Lawrence (Mrs. L.S. Shannon), Parlier, Calif. Taught in Haight school, Alameda. In 1917 was married and living in Parlier.

Joseph F. Leonard, Kerman, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County and in Monterey County. For one semester taught at College of Pacific. Attended Business College, taught in Suisun for a time, and when last heard from was teaching at Kerman.

May Lichens (Mrs. F.H. Tebbe), Weed, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County. Married November 24 to Frederick H. Tebbe of Class of June, 1890. Two children.

Ida P. McMillin, San Jose, Calif., Oakland, Calif. Taught in New Whatcom, Washington. Married and lived in Fresno. Later moved to Oakland.

L. Bessie McKinney, Vacaville, Calif. Taught near, then in Vacaville.

Ida P. McMillin, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Lincoln school, San Jose. Retired about 1925.

Annie L. McNary (Mrs. Calvert), Cupertino, Calif. Taught in Newman, then Visalia. Married December 21, 1904, I. M. Portious, San Jose. Taught in Atwater, and in 1917 was living in Cupertino and had remarried.

Edith L. Martin (Mrs. William Lindermann), San Jose, Calif. Taught near Visalia.

Frank G. Maus, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in San Mateo County and in San Luis Obispo County. Studied pattern making and machinery in San Francisco and in New York. When last heard from was teaching in Polytechnic High School, Los Angeles.

Artus Metzger, Saratoga, Calif. Taught near Stockton. In 1905 was teaching in evening school, San Francisco. When last heard from was living in Saratoga.

Anna F. Morrison (Mrs. Frank George Mathews), Berkeley, Calif. Married in 1917.

Otto J. Morron, Sonora, Calif. Studied pharmacy at U.C. Married Edith Delnay. One son.

Ada F. Murphey (Mrs. E.F. Fleming), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Sutter County. Moved to Berkeley in 1902.

May Belle Murphy, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey, Tulare and Santa Clara Counties. For many years taught in the Grant Grammar school, San Jose. Is now (1927) teaching in the Woodrow Wilson Junior High school. During the summer of 1926 Miss Murphy was on the summer school faculty of the State Teachers College.

Clara B. Ney, Cantara, Calif. Taught at Dunsmuir, for five years was in Los Angeles city school, and later was teaching in Oakland school department.

Mabel E. Nickerson (Mrs. Burge), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Loma Preita and Bear Creek schools. In 1903 was in Hester school, San Jose.

Emma Noble, San Jose, Calif.

C. Ada Nyman (Mrs. George A. Anderson), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Washington Colony, Fresno County.

E. Bernice Oliver (Mrs. Philip S. Hasty), Topeka, Kansas. Taught in Mariposa County. In 1905 was teaching in New Orleans, Newman Manual Training School. In 1909 married Philip S. Hasty and in 1909 was living in Topeka, Kansas.

Esther M. Paul (Mrs. Kirby), Natoma, Calif. Taught in Yolo County, then engaged in other work. In 1912 reported that she was married and had one child.

Gertrude C. Peckham, San Francisco, Calif. Was graduated from Stanford in 1905. Teaching in San Francisco, and at last report was working for her master's degree.

Hattie B. Phoenix, Santa Barbara, Calif. Taught in Arroyo Grande until she went into Santa Barbara school department.

Anna Polson (Mrs. Wade A. Noble), Lemoore, Calif. Taught in Madera County. Was graduated from Stanford in 1907. After her marriage lived in Vancouver, and in Hermiston, Oregon. Has paid special attention to mental testing. One child, Dorothy May. Is teaching at her home.

 

 

 

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Maud M. Prior, Mt. View, Calif. Taught near Hollister and near Gilroy. At last report was teaching at Langley, Monterey County.

Belle V. Pyle (Mrs. W.J. Farrington), Bishop, Calif. Taught in San Benito and in Mono County. Married January, 1907.

Dollie N. Ralston (Mrs. H.O. Hickox), Portland, Oregon. Taught for a year or two then resigned and was married. Has one child of her own and has been a mother to two step children. Is active in Trinity Episcopal Mission Guild, sewing for charity, hospitals, and is an active member of the Multnomah Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution. Mrs. Hickox is now a widow.

Ruth H. Raymond (deceased), Taught in Porterville and in 1908 began teaching at Sunol school, San Jose.

Marie C. Rasmussen, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Hawaiian Islands.

Catherine C.C. Readron, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Fresno County.

M. Elizabeth Readron (Mrs. McGee), Fresno, Calif. Taught in Kern County, then in Selma.

Kenneth F. Reynolds, Irvington, Calif. Attended Stanford University. Was principal of Irvington school in 1904.

Mary L.A. Rhodes, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County and in Tulare County until 1902 went to Oakland school department.

Lucy E. Richardson (Mrs. Gordon Wheeler), Eureka, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County until her marriage.

Ella L. Roll, Santa Clara, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, in Santa Clara schools, until she went to Arizona to teach in the Tempe State Normal School, where she is at present (1927) located.

Louise C. Rose (Mrs. Boy), Palo Alto, Calif.

Elizabeth M. Sargent (Mrs. G.L. Parso), Campbell, Calif. Taught fifteen years. Studied domestic science.

Ilma S. Schweyer (Mrs. Leo Vishoot), Sunnyvale, Calif. Taught in San Jose, also in Modesto.

Erma I. Simon, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught at Boulder Creek, and in Montezuma district.

Clara M. Spaulding (Mrs. Todd), Arcata, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Married June 21, 1904.

Maude E. Spedden, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Vallejo. For some years has been teaching in Alameda.

Olive M.E. Stephens (Mrs. I.W. Rice), Dixon, Calif. Taught in Yolo County. Married June 28, 1903.

Ethel Stidston (Mrs. A.L. Winkler), Fruitvale, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Went to Arizona to teach. Returned to California and taught at Scott Valley, Santa Cruz County. Later taught in Antioch, then Melrose. Was married June 8, 1908.

Gavin J. Telfer, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Ventura and Humboldt Counties. Studied medicine and practiced in San Francisco.

Emma E. Tindell, Lodi, Calif. Taught in El Dorado County, then Lodi.

Henry H. Tracy, Placerville, Calif. Taught in El Dorado County.

Frances E. Turner, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Marin County. Principal of Albion school, Los Angeles.

Grace M. Turner, Bishop, Calif. Taught in Inyo County, then in Los Angeles.

Walter E. Ulrici, Ripon, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, was principal of Evergreen school, Santa Clara County. Last heard from was teaching in Ripon.

Laura I. Vestal (Mrs. G.C. Kennedy), Hilo, T.H. Taught in Oahu.

Daisy A. Wagner (deceased).

Mrs. Maud H. Wieland (Mrs. M.H.W. Lindsay), Sanger, Calif. Taught in Hall Valley.

Maude A. Woodsum (deceased). Died in Oakland, February 24, 1903.

Lulu E. Wunderlich, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Jose school department until she entered the training department of the State Normal School as supervisor. After leaving the Normal School in 1923 she has been connected with the Oakland school department.

H. Gertrude Young, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Arcata and in Eureka.

 

SIXTIETH CLASS-JANUARY, 1901.

 

E. May Adams, Palo Alto, Calif. Taght (sic) short time in Mendocino County. She was a student at Stanford during 1905-06. Teaches music.

Edna G. Averett (Mrs. W.A. Curless), New York City. Taught at Corvalitos, Santa Cruz County. Married, 1903. Lived in Seattle and when last heard from was in New York.

Ida S. Bading (Mrs. Henry Twisselman), San Miguel, Calif. Taught in Canta (sic) Clara, Kern and Monterey Counties. In 1905-06 taught in Berkeley.

Laura C. Bailey, Oakland, Calif. Was graduated from Stanford in 1905. Did social service work. Has traveled extensively.

Nellie M. Beckett (Mrs. W.R. Gale), Oceano, Calif. Taught at Oceano. Attended University of California.

Jenella Bishop (Mrs. Fred R. Moore), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Alameda, Los Angeles. Took Household Arts course at Los Angeles State Normal School, and is now chairman of the Home Economics Department in the Hollenbeck High School, Los Angeles. Upon her marriage she resigned her position in the Los Angeles school department, but later entered the work because of her husband's ill health.

Ethel S. Blythe (Mrs. Willard C. Cole), Guernville, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County, in Sonoma County and in Santa Clara County. Began in the Oakland school department in 1911. Traveled in Europe.

Ethelind M. Bonney, Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, and for some years has been connected with the Stockton school department.

Helen G. Carroll (Mrs. Collins), Oakland, Calif. Taught at Purissima, and in the Lowell school, San Jose. Has studied extensively. Teaching in Alameda.

Nellie M. Cassidy, Grass Valley, Calif. Taught in Grass Valley.

Isabella T. Clark (Mrs. John A. Wagner), Etna, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County. Married in 1917 and lives on a ranch.

Bertha Cornforth (Mrs. C.F. Aaron) (deceased). Taught in Marysville. Married in 1903. Her death occurred October 24, 1920.

Sarah L. De Haven, San Francisco, Calif. Attended University of California.

 

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Florence Dixon, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Merced, then in Oakland schools.

Belle S. Enos, Benicia, Calif. Taught in Benicia.

Elizabeth H. Farrell, Piedmont, Calif. Taught in Sacramento County.

Emma Foley, Benicia, Calif. Taught in Benicia, then in Alameda.

F. May Haines (Mrs. Joseph R. Williams), Hayward, Calif. Taught private pupils for a year or two. Took a school in Calaveras County, then taught in Decoto school. Was instructor in nutrition class.

Mae E. Hamilton (Mrs. George Smith), Newman, Calif. Taught in Merced County. Has studied music extensively. Is a widow and is at present teaching piano.

Ruth A. Killam (Mrs. W. A. Chatterton), Pasadena, Calif. Taught in Fresno County and in Templeton, also in Alameda.

Elizabeth B. Keating (Mrs. L. H. Wilson), Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Elizabeth S. Kelly (Mrs. George Melendy), Hollister, Calif. Taught three years in Monterey County.

Jean Lauriston (Mrs. John W. Burk), Reedley, Calif. Taught three and a half years in Fresno.

Mrs. Carrie W. Liddle (Mrs. Earl E. Norvall), Red Bluff, Calif. Graduated from Stanford University. Was head of the English department in State Normal School, Weston, Oregon. In 1915 was married to Dr. Karl F. Norvall.

Abby B. Lightbody (Mrs. Gilgert C. Young), Oakland, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County until her marriage. Is a widow and now a government clerk.

Elizabeth C. McBride (Mrs. Leland S. Foullse), Monrovia, Calif. Taught in Etna, Siskiyou County. Entered the University of California.

Gertrude J. McClosky (Mrs. George Wapple), Hollister, Calif. Taught but a few months.

Maud S. McIntyre, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Seattle and in Albuquerque, three years. Now operating a delightful resort, Lometa Vista, in Los Gatos.

Margaret McNamara, Peachland, Calif. Went to Kansas City to train for nursing. In 1917 her death was reported.

Estelle M. Milliken (Mrs. Charles True), Union, Calif. Taught in Union, San Luis Obispo County.

Carolyn S. Morse, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County.

Adelaide R. Mulrooney (Mrs. Petersen), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Alameda County. Married in 1904.

Margaret T. Murray, San Rafael, Calif. Taught a year in Vovato [Novato], Marin County, and for twenty-five years has been teaching in San Rafael. Has taken courses in Dominican College.

Lillian A. Preston (Mrs. F. J. Gercke), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Arizona. In 1903 was elected to position in San Francisco.

Ella T. Rahilly, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Merced County. In 1917 was teaching in San Francisco.

Walter F. Schau, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Pescadero, and in Sonoma County. In 1912 began teaching in Oakland.

Alice H. Shepardson, Colusa, Calif. Taught in Colusa.

J. Florence Shields (Mrs. F. W. Bourne), Taught in Marin County until 1904.

Arthur T. Smith, Lodi, Calif. Taught near Stockton. Principal of Rio Vista school.

Leonard Stevens, Oakland, Calif. Taught near Selma until 1902. Was connected with Spreckles Sugar Company at Spreckels, Calif. Married Annie L. McBride.

Annie M. Thomas, Madrone, Calif. Taught short time, then traveled with family as private teacher.

Mary W. Williams, Baltimore, Md. Taught for a time in California schools. Was graduated from Stanford in 1907. Received her master's degree in 1908 and her doctor's degree in 1914. Professor of American History in Goucher College, Baltimore.

 

SIXTY-FIRST CLASS-JUNE, 1901.

 

Pansy Jewett Abbott, Redwood City, Calif. Taught in San Mateo. Took extension courses. Was appointed superintendent of schools of San Mateo County in 1925 and elected in 1926.

Arloniene Aiken (Mrs. G. L. Bush), San Francisco, Calif. Taught near Galt and in Mokelumne district, Sacramento County.

Lillian G. Andrus (deceased). Taught in San Luis Obispo County, then in East San Jose schools. Her death, which was very sudden, occurred in December, 1905.

Mabel Arques (Mrs. David M. Burnett). Taught in Hanford for a short time. Married July 2, 1902 to David M. Burnett, attorney, San Jose. Two children, a boy, who has been admitted to the bar and is practicing with his father, and a daughter, who is a graduate of Stanford.

Ada E. Bagley (Mrs. W. H. Robinson), Armona, Calif. Taught five years in Kings County.

Ina Baker (deceased). Taught in Calaveras County, then in Concord and in Martinez.

Anna G. Basile (Mrs. S. J. Compagno), New Orleans, La. Married April 8, 1902.

Olive Beede (Mrs. Roy Davis), Bakersfield, Calif. Taught in Kern County. Married in 1902.

A. Katheryn Bell (deceased). Taught a short time, but was obliged to give up on account of ill health. Her death occurred at Arroyo Grande June 1, 1903.

Ada L. Bistorious, Livermore, Calif. Taught in Alameda County near Livermore. Was elected to position in Berkeley schools.

Emma Blanchard (Mrs. Glenn Loring Allen), Cupertino, Calif. Taught seven years in Alameda. Attended Stanford and U.C. summer schools.

Anna C. Botto (Mrs. Agrotti), Redwood City, Calif. Taught for a time. Has been a student in Stanford.

Daisy M. Bowman (Mrs. J. M. Cardoza), Bakersfield, Calif. Married June, 1903.

Edward O. Boyce, Eagleville, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Principal of school at Eagleville, Modoc County.

Frances E. Brinkman (Mrs. John H. Charnley), Minnipeg, Canada. Taught two years in California and three years in Bellingham, Washington. Took business course in Seattle.

 

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Lillian M. Buller, Vancouver, B.C. Taught in Fresno County, and in Guernville, Sonoma County.

Mary A. Burke, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Inyo County.

Adeline R. Cadman, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Sierra, Kern and Stanislaus Counties. In 1916 began teaching in San Francisco.

Frances B. Caldwell (Mrs. F. W. Birtch), San Francisco, Calif. Taught for a time in Kern County, and in Oakland. Was married in 1908.

Roberta S. Caldwell, Oakland, Calif. Taught in public schools of California until she received her life diploma. In 1912 engaged in social service work on the Island of Maui, and taught in the Iolani high school science department in 1918, where she is now (1927) teaching. Miss Caldwell has a bachelor's degree in social science from the Social Service School of Pacific. Has studied Japanese in the University of Hawaii, also Chinese.

Mabel L. Childs (Mrs. T. N. Patterson), Walnut Creek, Calif. Taught in Hawaii until her marriage in 1902 to J. R. Bergstrom, of Honolulu. In 1917 she had returned from Hawaii and was married to T. N. Patterson, Walnut Creek.

Norine Connelly, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Lake County until 1906 when she was elected to position in Berkeley school.

Anna J. Cooper, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Morgan Hill and in Campbell. In 1915 removed to Oakland and taught in Emeryville. Has been working for degree.

Mary Cortner, Hanford, Calif. Taught in Hanford, also in Fresno.

Oma E. Crocker (Mrs. Wm. McElhoe), Renton, Calif. Taught in Oregon.

Florence R. Cunningham, Saratoga, Calif. Taught in Tuolumne, Santa Cruz and Santa Clara Counties. In 1916 was graduated from San Francisco Training School for Christian Service, and had one and a half years at the College of the Pacific. Has had two years of social service and assistant pastoral work in San Francisco.

Mabel Drewry, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Tulare County, in Tuolumne and at San Leandro, Alameda County. When last heard from was teaching in San Francisco.

Frances E. Eby, San Leandro, Calif. Taught in Capell, then in Napa, and later was teaching in Oakland.

Stella A. Eby, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Napa County, then in Garfield school, Oakland.

Mary B. Fablinger, Campbell, Calif. Taught continuously in California schools with exception of one year. Is a grand daughter of John Brown, whose history is connected with the early days of the Civil War.

Mary C. Farney, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis and in Colusa County. In 1909 began teaching in San Jose school department. Is now (1927) in the Horace Mann grammar school.

Nelle Fiske (Mrs. Clarence Keesling), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Hanford, a short time in Fresno, then in Alameda.

Rose G. Fleisig, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Clara G. Fleming (Mrs. G. Reier), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County and in Fresno County. In 1905 was teaching in Fresno city school.

Bertha O. Freyschlag, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Petaluma. Took Household Arts course in Santa Barbara State Normal School and taught Domestic Science in Oakland.

Edith M. Frost (Mrs. Baker), Honolulu, T.H. Taught in Guernville. Was in land office at Eureka. In 1905 was principal of Oak River school, Kern County. In 1914 was married.

Joseph C. Frye, Red Bluff, Calif. Taught in San Martin and in Kern County. In 1917 was teaching in Salinas and in 1919 was at work in the Red Bluff schools. Has taken extension courses in Chico and San Jose. Married Katherine Showalter.

Ella M. Galbreath (Mrs. F. P. McCoole), Seattle, Wash. Taught in Placer County, and in Mariposa County. Married July, 1903.

Jeanette A. Gates (Mrs. J. Durnal), Bakersfield, Calif. Taught in Tehachipi.

Iva A. Gelatt (Mrs. L. T. Smith), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Kings County a year, then in San Jose school department until her marriage in 1910. Took special cooking course at Normal school. Has been president of the local Y.W.C.A., and very prominent in welfare activities.

Cosa A. George (Mrs. Fry), Elmira, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, then in her home town, Elmira.

Sadie L. Gilmore, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County for a year, then studied at home.

May G. Graham (Mrs. Wm. B. Rider), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Kern County. Very active in club work. Her husband is a state forester.

Lauretta E. Grayson (Mrs. W. D. Watkins), Moorpark, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County and in Monterey County. Married December 22, 1905.

Narcissa Hale (Mrs. J. M. Herndon), Clear Lake Highlands, Calif. Taught in Lake County until her marriage. Is at present teaching and member of County Board of Education.

Minnette Hankenson (Mrs. M. H. Kilgore), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara County.

Marguerite E. Hanley, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Kings County until she was elected to the Oakland school department.

Maude O. Hansen (Mrs. Wm. H. Beers), Hilo, Hawaii. Taught in Hilo. Was married December 19, 1901.

Jessie B. Harrell, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Bakersfield.

Anne Hazeltine Hyden, Callahan, Calif. Taught at Dunsmuir. Was principal of Klamath Falls school.

Alice May Hayward, Santa Clara, Calif. Taught in Kern County and in Santa Clara school. In 1917 had gone to Hawaii to teach in Oahu.

William Martin Heston, Detroit, Mich. Assistant District Attorney, Detroit, Michigan.

Aimee L. Hobson (Mrs. Willis Nelson), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo and in Kern Counties.

Sadie M. Holmes (Mrs. Clarence Engvich), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Fresno County, near Reedley.

Etta P. Hunt, San Francsico, Calif. Taught in San Benito and Santa Clara Counties. Later taught in Alameda.

Beatrice J. Johnson (Mrs. Sam Ayer), Hollister, Calif. Taught in Tehama County.

 

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Maud E. Johnson (Mrs. J. F. O. Nelson), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Kingsburg.

Julia A. Jones, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Tulare County, Tipton.

Mabel E. Kimball, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Graduated from University of California. Teaching in San Jose High School.

Dorothy E. Kirk, San Jose, Calif.

Elsie D. Lee (Mrs. Wm. Cothran), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hanford. Married December 16, 1905.

Annie E. Lindsey, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Knight's Ferry, then in Gardner school, San Jose.

Mrs. Ettie Logan, Oakdale, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County, then in Arlington, Oregon.

Jessica M. Longmire (Mrs. G. Gibson), Williams, Calif. Taught in Maxwell.

Genevieve G. McBride, Etna, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County.

Sarah C. McGrath (Mrs. E. J. Lyng), Elko, Nevada. Taught in Washington school, San Jose, then in Kern County, and later in Santa Clara.

Margaret F. McInerny, Merced, Calif. Taught in Madera and Merced.

Olive C. McMahon (Mrs. J.P. Idiart), Los Banos, Calif. Taught in Fresno County and in Los Banos.

Almeida McMillin (Mrs. James O. Miner), San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Jose school department, and the training department of the San Jose Normal School from 1901 until her marriage in 1906.

Maude E. Mariner (Mrs. J. E. Creason), Lincoln, Calif. Taught in Lincoln.

Ralph B. Mathews, San Francisco, Calif. Taught a few years. Did night school work in San Francisco. Graduated from Stanford in 1907. Manager Improved Risk Department, The Home Insurance Company, San Francisco. Married Elizabeth D. Dunnegan.

Charles A. Miller, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Mariposa County. Principal Lincoln school, Stockton.

Jeanie Milne, Hinkley, Calif. Taught in the central and southern part of the state since graduation with the exception of one year.

Ethel Murdock (Mrs. L. M. Sain), Clements, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County. Teaching at Buck Meadows. Interested in poultry raising and farming.

Harriet Murphy, Berkeley, Calif. Taught eighteen years. Studied at U.C., at Oxford for a year, and at Cambridge.

Kate Nye Murphy (Mrs. John Mason), Marysville, Calif. Taught in Brown's Valley and Wheatland. Married June 18, 1903.

Esther E. Nerell (Mrs. B. V. Young), Saratoga, Calif. Taught one year in Arizona and twelve years in California. Has done private coaching. Is at present (1927) teaching in Saratoga.

Jessie M. Nichols (Mrs. Sumner Osgood), White Plains, N.Y. Taught in Fresno County. Attended University of California.

Cecile E. Osborne (Mrs. Sackett) (deceased). Taught in Fresno County. Her death occurred in 1910.

Edwin A. Palmer, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Vice-principal of school, Fortuna. Agency Farmer on Hoopa Valley Reservation, U.S. Indian Department, in charge of agricultural work. Was principal of school in Marion, Oregon. Was with a mining company in Utah. Attended University of Utah. Married Clara Denel. At present director of schools in San Pablo.

Ellen D. Patterson (deceased). Her death was reported in 1917.

Jennie A. Peterson (Mrs. J. G. Johnson), Chili, S.A. Taught at Reedley, Fresno County.

Emma R. Powell, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Del Norte County until she took a school near home, Mission San Jose. Later taught in Oakland.

Joseph E. Reardon, San Francisco, Calif. Graduated from the law department in Stanford in 1905. Married Daisy M. Conklin, 1917. Attorney in San Francisco.

Charles Rickabaugh, Tacoma, Wash. Taught in Tamales, Marin County, and in Kelseyville. Is an attorney in Tacoma.

Pearl A. Rigden (Mrs. J. V. Dickson), Skull Valley, Arizona. Taught in Arizona. Married September 27, 1906.

Elsie C. Ruhl, Berryessa, Calif. Taught in Berressa (sic) until 1905. Then went to Oakland.

Lotta A. Sargent (Mrs. Charles W. Edsinger), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Amador County until her marriage in 1903.

Lulu Schoof, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Kern County, then in Pleasanton, then San Francisco.

George Schultzberg, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Kern County. Taught in Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute, Berkeley, for a year. Was County Superintendent of Monterey County. Took work at Stanford in 1918.

Alexander Sherriffs, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Trinity County. Graduated from Stanford. Admitted to the bar. Was city superintendent of San Jose for several years. Is now (1927) practicing law in San Francisco.

Ruth Sitton (Mrs. Wm. Brown), Petaluma, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County until her marriage.

Josephine M. Smith, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Eureka.

Rowena Smith (Mrs. Wm. B. Vaughan), Sanger, Calif. Taught in Tulare County and is at present teaching in Fresno County. Active in community work.

Gertrude A. Snyder, Evergreen, Calif. Taught in Evergreen.

Mary S. Storer, Fresno, Calif. Taught in Lincoln School, Fresno from 1901 until present time, (1927). Has taken correspondence courses and summer school work at the University of California and Fresno State Teachers College.

Clifton Swisher (Mrs. Norman Kooser), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Healdsburg.

Anthony M. Sylvia, San Francisco, Calif.

Nellie Thompson (Mrs. Renick), Ukiah, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Married November, 1903.

Anita M. Tomasini (Mrs. Charles Rexford Fuller), Sunnyvale, Calif. Taught in Solano County. Was society editor of Hanford Sentinel four years. Is at present substitute clerk in P.O. and correspondent for San Jose Mercury-Herald.

Charles W. Townsend, Santa Clara, Calif. Taught in Tulare County, and in Salt Lake, Utah. Has been principal of Santa Clara High School for several years past. Married July, 1903.

 

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Addalene Walker (Mrs. Frederick O. Ellison), San Diego, Calif. Taught in Grangeville, Kings County, then Hanford.

Maude M. Wallace, Petaluma, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County. At present a principal of an Oakland school.

Olive Walton, Safford, Arizona. Principal of school at Safford, Arizona.

Marian L. Ward (deceased). Taught in Visalia, later in Redlands. In 1917 her death was reported.

Samuel J. Wash, Lone Star, Calif. Engaged in fruit raising.

Mary A. Wells, St. Helena, Calif. Taught in Napa County.

Mabel I. Wing (Mrs. Paul McDonald), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Napa County.

Nettie White, Butte Valley, Calif. Assistant teacher in Jocko school, Montana.

 

SIXTY-SECOND CLASS-JANUARY, 1902

 

Mary Walton Allen, Gilroy, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Anita J. Bain, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Marin County.

Antoinette Barre, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County. For some years in Hawthorne school, San Jose.

Ruth H. Bennett (Mrs. J. E. Wright), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Shasta County. Married in 1903 and lived in Whitmore, Shasta County.

John Siegfried Bolin, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in different counties, in evening schools, and was at one time connected with the Mt. Tamalpais Military Academy. Was graduated from Stanford in 1912 and received his master's degree from California in 1915. Married Eleanor W. Shenton. Was secretary to the Dean in the University of California one year, and since 1918 has been an instructor in the Department of Education.

Eleanor Bradford (Mrs. W. H. Larmon), Sunnyvale, Calif. Taught in Private family, then was a teacher of mathematics in Tulare school.

Agnes E. Brown (Mrs. G. Leo Woodson), Sugar Pine, Calif. Taught in Shasta and in Madera County four years. One daughter. Lives in a sugar pine milling camp. Winters spent in travel and about the bay.

Charles W. Brown, San Jose, Calif.

Ora B. Broyles (Mrs. Charles Gear), Turlock, Calif.

Blanche E. Bunney (Mrs. C. C. Garrett), Independence, Calif. Taught in Inyo and in Madera County. Married August 23, 1905. Lived in Lincoln, Nebraska for a time.

Daisy M. Bush (Mrs. Wm. D. Claypool), Claypool, Arizona. Taught in California until about 1909 when she went to Bowie, Arizona, and in 1915 was married.

Louise Caldwell, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Sunol, Santa Clara County, in Madera and Stanislaus Counties. In 1917 had entered the Oakland school department.

Frank M. Carr, Oakland, Calif. Was principal of school in Alameda. Studied law and is now (1927) a practicing attorney in Oakland.

Myrtle Coffee, Modesto, Calif. Taught in Modesto.

Caroline L. Conmy, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Cayucos and at Tamales.

Myrtle B. Cooper (Mrs. W. F. Curry) (deceased). Taught in Placer County. Died in 1917.

May E. Cunha (Mrs. James Staples), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Nevada County, then in Richmond and Centerville.

Louise A. Curley (Mrs. Murphy), San Jose, Calif. Taught for a few years. Married Patrolman Murphy.

Elsie Louise Cushing (Mrs. August Loose Jr.), Paso Robles, Calif. Taught in San Mateo County and in San Miguel. Married 1908.

Jessie May Dodge (Mrs. Geo. Rice), Arroyo Grande, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Elise I. Felt (Mrs. Elsie Bozeman), Hanford, Calif. Taught in Kings County twenty-four years. Is County Superintendent of Schools.

Kate Felton (deceased). Her death occurred at Hanford November 14, 1902.

Rosalie A. Fromhertz, Miami, Arizona. Taught in San Benito and Tulare Counties.

Edna Catherine Frost (Mrs. Edna Frost Rewey), Porterville, Calif. Taught in Eureka schools until her marriage, about 1906. She lived for a time in Platville, Wisconsin, and later returned to California and taught in Porterville.

Mary Creeffield Garrod (Mrs. Pfeffer), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Mendocino and El Dorado Counties until about 1905, when she began teaching in Santa Clara County.

C. Edgar Gillis, Arcata, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County until about 1903, when he purchased a book store in Arcata.

Ned Burke Gould (Dr. N. B. Gould), Modesto, Calif. Taught in San Benito County. Is now a practicing physician in Modesto.

Fanny C. Grabow, Hanford, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County for a few years, then in Hanford.

Clara H. Hamilton (Mrs. T. M. McCormack), Rio Vista, Calif. Taught in Rio Vista.

Wm. H. Hanlon, Martinez, Calif. Has been for some years County Superintendent of Schools of Contra Costa County.

Mary Fred Hite (Mrs. George Caldwell), Santa Paula, Calif. Taught near Los Angeles, and in private school at Saticoy. Was a teacher in the Santa Clara schools until her marriage.

Exilda M. Hocken (Mrs. E. M. Hardwick), Tucson, Arizona. Taught in Arizona and married there. Two children.

Marion Edna Hyde, Dixon, Calif. Taught near Dixon.

Charles E. Jared (deceased). Principal of Sonoma grammar school. Died in 1917.

Ethel M. Johnson (Mrs. A. G. Bennett), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County until her marriage in 1902. Dr. Bennett died in 1927.

A. Laura Kelly (Mrs. Ray Hawkins), Hollister, Calif. Taught in Gonzales.

Dorothy Helen Lages, Oakland, Calif. Taught at Corning and Red Bluff. In 1917 was teaching in Oakland.

Faye A. Lightbody (Mrs. Frost), Selma, Calif. Taught at Paso Robles.

Edith B. McBain (Mrs. J. R. Daly), Burlingame, Calif. Taught in Merced County until her marriage in 1903.

 

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M. Sophie McDonald (Mrs. T. P. Ryan), San Jose, Calif. Taught at first in Calaveras County, then in Evergreen.

Anna Evelyn McEnerney, Vallejo, Calif. Taught in Vallejo for a few years, then went to Alameda, and was in the city school department there.

Margaret McKiernan, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County.

Jessie Elice Manning (Mrs. H. H. Lincoln), Richmond, Calif. Taught for a time.

Helen L. Mignon, San Jose, Calif. Has tought (sic) in Monterey County, and since 1913 in the State Normal School and Teachers College of San Jose. She has earned a Bachelor's degree from Columbia and a Master's degree from the University of California. Is at present (1927) head of the Home-Making Department in the State Teachers College.

Frances Moitke (Mrs. A. A. Caldwell), San Jose, Calif. Taught at Tehachipi and in Swett school, Oakland. Married to Arthur A. Caldwell, a practicing attorney, San Jose.

Herbert C. Montgomery, San Francisco, Calif. Taught for a short time. Studied law in University of Michigan. Practiced in San Francsico.

Migonette D. Myers, Ponce, Porto Rico. Taught for a year in California, then in Barberton, Ohio, and Indianapolis city schools. In 1908 she went to Porto Rico to teach.

Leonard William Nelson (deceased). Taught in San Mateo County. Died in San Jose May 23, 1902.

Nelle Maye Nethercott (Mrs. L. C. Cardinal), Montgomery, Ala. Taught in Yolo County.

Genevieve E. Nicholson, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Madera County, and for a few years was in the Palo Alto schools. Since about 1912 has been teaching in Alameda school department.

Mary E. O'Connell, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Salinas.

Phoebe J. Poole (Mrs. Nichols), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Arroyo Grande until her marriage in September, 1910.

Erna Irene Purcell (Mrs. E. I. McKeon), Adelaide, Calif. Taught near Gilroy.

Clara M. Reed (Mrs. Dodge), Oakland, Calif. Married in 1902 and went to France to live. Returned to California in 1905. Three children.

Cora Annette Ripley, San Jose, Calif. Taught for a time. Studied music and elocution at College of Pacific. Has taken course in Home Economics in Columbia and is now teaching in San Jose high school.

Hertha Robinson (Mrs. E. S. Murray), Eureka, Calif. Taught at Bridgeville, Humboldt County.

Deborah J. Robson (Mrs. Dobbins), Marysville, Calif. Taught. Married in 1902.

Jo Tomlinson Saunders, Ukiah, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Graduated from U.C. Taught in San Luis Polytechnic.

Kathryne J. Schantz (Mrs. Elbridge B. Malcolm), Eureka, Calif. Teaching in Eureka.

Alice Etta Schumacher (Mrs. Dale Owen Dobson), Oakland, Calif. Was married October 15, 1902.

George T. Shedd (deceased). Taught a few months. Died in 1917.

Alice Y. Sikes (Mrs. A. S. Bulkeley), Davis, Calif. Taught in California, then in Washington.

Jean Penniman Smith (Mrs. Chas. H. Simonds), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Kern County. Married May 5, 1904. Has taught some since here (sic) marriage at Hester, San Jose. Has taken the course for certification in teaching Americanization and Citizenship at the University of California. One daughter.

Jessica Agusta Smith (Mrs. Wayland), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Fresno County first, then in San Francisco. Now teaching in Oakland.

Mary Augusta Smith (Mrs. Garoutte), Bradley, Calif. Taught in Bradley, Monterey County.

Lulu Spangler, Oakland, Calif. Went to Kern County to teach, then in Willow Glen; later in the Oakland school department.

Rose C. Sunderer (Mrs. Roscoe Whiteside), Burlingame, Calif. Taught in Richmond and in Mission San Jose.

Franklin Lilburn Talbert, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Alameda County. Graduated from Stanford in 1905. Was principal of Live Oak Union high school Assistant to Dean in U.C. summer school, 1909. Teaching fellow in Political Science, University of California. Has done research work, school administration.

Estelle Thompson (Mrs. Earl S. Downing), North Bend, Oregon. Taught for a year or two. A.B. From Stanford University. Two children.

Edith Mildred Tiffany (Mrs. Wood), San Jose, Calif. Taught in various counties of the state. Married August 1, 1906.

Winifred Caroline Wheeler, San Francsico, Calif. Taught in Sunol and Pala schools, then in Palo Alto.

Bertha Evelyn Wittenberg (Mrs. George Gillespie), Cambria, Calif. Taught three years in San Luis Obispo County. Married 1906.

Flora B. Woodard (Mrs. Flora Swank), Visalia, Calif. Taught in Tulare County. Married June, 1905.

Gussie A. Wright (Mrs. J. D. Stewart), East Auburn, Calif. Taught in Penryn. Studied law and in a practicing attorney in East Auburn. President of Improvement club of Gold Run, President of Placer County Federation of Women's Clubs, Vice President of the northern district of Women's Federated Clubs, chairman of Placer County Tubercular Association, Food Director for Placer County, and director of Junior Red Cross during war time; also member of flying squadron of Liberty Loan Speakers during the war. Member of Republican State Central Committee, chairman of History and Landmarks of Tri-County, chairman of Legislation in Placer County, Federation of Women's Clubs; directed Community Property campaign for California Bankers Association, guardian of group of Camp Fire Girls. Having no children of her own, has made a home for seven children. Married James D. Stewart, mining engineer, in July, 1903. In addition to her law studies, she has taken work in the Placer Union High School. She was admitted to the bar in 1915, and has practiced since then.

Bertha Rose Yates (Mrs. Houghton), Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Tulare County. Married in 1905. Taught in Pacific Grove.

Edith Young, San Jose, Calif.

 

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E. Ruth Abbott (Mrs. Edwin P. Clough), Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Mrs. Jessie Church Armstrong (Mrs. J. C. Morrow), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County.

 

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Edith C. Bailey, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County.

Alice K. Baker, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Yolo and Sacramento Counties.

Mary M. Baker (Mrs. Mary M. Burgess), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County-in Fresno grammar school for four years. Was in Oakland school department two years, then came to the San Jose schools. Mrs. Burgess has taken special work at Swope's Primary school, Berkeley. One son.

Leona B. Bayley, Modesto, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County.

Bertha May Beckett (Mrs. Walter R. Gale), Fresno, Calif. Taught in Oceano. Three children.

Olive R. Beckington, Belvidere, Ill. Taught in Belvidere, Illinois.

Lillian J. Biggs (Mrs. G. H. Hegerich), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Monterey and in Santa Clara County until her marriage in 1909. Went to Chicago to live, and later returned to California.

Pearl Bohnett (Mrs. Edward A. Powers), Chico, Calif. Taught in Sacramento County, and at her home, near Campbell. Married in 1909 to Edward A. Powers, who is now (1927) connected with the English department of the State Teachers College at Chico. Two children.

Daisy V. E. Bowen (Mrs. Steves), St. Helena, Calif. Taught in Decoto, and in Oakland evening school.

Agnes S. Brown, Portland, Oregon. At Seaside, Oregon with her sister.

Mamie J. Brown (Mrs. Glass), Alameda, Calif. Taught in Mariposa and in Contra Costa County. Married 1912, and lived in San Jose. Later went to Alameda to teach.

Lella M. Cameron, San Jose, Calif. Taught for a term or two in Madera County, but most of the time has been teaching in Santa Clara County. Was at Willow Glen for a few years and then went to the Hawthorne school.

Josephine Camp (Mrs. Harry Partridge), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Hanford grammar school. Has attended University of California. Married Dr. Harry Partridge and has one daughter who is a graduate of the San Francisco Teachers College.

Eleanor Maude Campbell, Red Bluff, Calif. Taught in Tehama. Principal of Tehama grammar school.

Gertrude A. Christman, San Francisco, Calif. Taught four years in Fresno County and four years in Los Gatos.

Annie E. Collins, Willow Glen, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, and for some years was a teacher in the Willow Glen school.

Martha R. Cooney, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Soquel and in Santa Cruz.

Alexander M. Cuthbertson, Redwood City, Calif. Taught for a time in Colusa County. Entered Stanford and later was in Yale University. He received his bachelor's degree from Stanford, and has also done graduate work there. He has had considerable business experience, in real estate and as a chemist, and at present (1927) chemistry teacher in the Redwood City high school. Married Irene Childs, and has one daughter.

Julia E. Dalton, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Eureka.

Edith E. Daniels, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Tulare County until she entered the Los Angeles school department.

Mabel Dassel (Mrs. W. O. Cole), Vacaville, Calif. Did not teach, but married soon after graduation.

Edith Gertrude Deal (Mrs. Cook), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Placer County, also Ventura, and in the San Jose schools. Has taken Americanization course at the Teachers College. Is a widow and teaching in the Grant Grammar school, San Jose. Mrs. Cook has had work at Miss Swope's school, and has had Arts and Crafts courses at Mt. Hermon.

Lizzie M. Dienst (Mrs. Afred Ayres), Modesto, Calif. Taught near Bakersfield.

Clara E. Donlon (Mrs. Leonard Edwards), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Married Leonard P. Edwards, in 1909. Has three children. Active in civic affairs.

M. Rosanna Driscoll, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Alameda County, at Warm Springs.

Elma R. Fisher, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Placer County, in Merced, in Santa Clara County and in Los Angeles, where she is now a teacher. She has had two years of music at King Conservatory, is a graduate nurse from O'Connor's, has had extension courses at Occidental College, and several courses in the University of California at Los Angeles. For a year she did private nursing and for four years was nurse in Los Angeles schools.

Nellie I. Flanders, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County. Now teaching in Sacramento.

Clara F. Foy, King Hill, Idaho. Taught in Trinity county for a year, then went to her home in Nebraska and taught there until 1911. She was principal of Victory school, Idaho, and later of King Hill school, Idaho.

Lovett K. Fraser, Berkeley, Calif. Principal of Lakeport school, and taught for ten years in Oakland night school. He was graduated from the Michigan University in law in 1907 and is now (1927) a practicing attorney in San Francisco. He married Birdeen Freeman and has three boys.

Walter P. Frost, San Jose, Calif. Has taught in Mendocino County.

Clara C. Glashoff, Cordelia, Calif. Taught in Vallejo.

Vida E. Green, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County.

Carolyn E. Gregory (Mrs. F. W. Creswell), Somerton, Arizona. Taught at Boulder Creek, Kern County, and in Marin County.

Cordelia E. Hays (Mrs. J. P. Dolan), Palo Alto, Calif. Taught about eighteen years, and was county superintendent of Mono County for twelve years. She is now a widow with one daughter and is teaching (1927) in San Francisco.

Adeline E. Hedley (Mrs. Frank Golds), Napa, Calif. Taught in Napa County until her marriage. One child.

Julia E. Hinkson, Turlock, Calif. Taught in Sunol school, Santa Clara County.

Nettie B. Hitchings, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Eureka.

Amy Hodges, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County and in the Los Angeles schools.

Agnes M. Hoey, Martinez, Calif. Taught in Concord.

Zippa A. F. Holland (Mrs. Thomas Minot), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Monterey County and in Mountain View.

Clarence D. Hough, Hayward, Calif.

 

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Fannie A. Humaston, San Jose, Calif. Attended business college and became stenographer.

Christine Jessen (Mrs. Frank Hurd), Centerville, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County, and at Warm Springs.

Georgia E. Johnson (Mrs. James P. Arnold), Richmond, Calif. Was married to L. W. Cunningham, in 1902. Later taught at Letcher.

Rose G. Kelleher, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Salinas County.

Avis A. King, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Modoc County.

Edna L. Klumpp (Mrs. T. I. Cole), Richmond, Calif. Taught in Sacramento County. Married June 12, 1906.

Winifred R. Lee (Mrs. H. T. Long), Sacramento, Calif. Taught for a year. Married 1903.

Emma C. Loofbourrow (Mrs. H. L. Carpenter), Richmond, Calif. Taught in Lake and in Contra Costa County.

Elizabeth F. McKiernan, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, most of the time in the San Jose school department. Is at present (1927) teaching in the Grant Grammar school.

Bertha McWilliams, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Benito County until she entered the San Francisco school department.

Ethel Main (Mrs. C. Y. Pitman), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Amador County and in the Monterey schools.

Elizabeth A. Marcus, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County and in Watsonville. Has been in the Oakland schools for some years.

Carmel Martin, Monterey, Calif. Taught in El Dorado County. Studied law and practiced in Monterey.

Agnes D. Mason (Mrs. James D. Davidson), Honolulu, T.H. Taught in a mining town, Arizona, then in Prescott.

Aimee R. Mechen (Mrs. Blatchford), Mountain View, Calif. Attended Stanford.

Gertrude A. Meads (Mrs. McHaley), Kings River, Calif. Taught one year.

Mary J. Menihan, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Petaluma, and then in Oakland.

Lurena Merriman, Wailukee, Hawaii, T.H. Taught in Tucson, Arizona. Was principal of one of the schools, and later was for three years preceptress in the University of Arizona. In 1910 she went to Wailukee as head worker in the social settlement the Alexander House Settlement.

Lillie S. Muscio, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County nineteen years.

Mae C. Olin, San Rafael, Calif. Taught in Marin County, then in Oakland.

Hattibel Osgood, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Kern, Fresno and Stanislaus Counties, also in Pacific Grove and in San Jose schools. Was in Stanford for a year. Is now (1927) an optometrist.

Della F. Pare (Mrs. Beebe), Cazadero, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County until her marriage in 1904.

Lillian A. Parker (Mrs. Adolph Baeher), Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Married physician of Lane Hospital, San Francisco.

Emma M. Patchett (Mrs. L. E. McChesney), Ridgewood, N.J. Taught for a few years. Was married in Yokohama, Japan, in 1907.

Isabella Paterson (Mrs. George Wineman), Santa Maria, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County eight years. Took business course. Census office, Washington for a year.

Caroline Pfau, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County, and in Solano County, at Fairfield and Rio Vista.

Clara Pierce, The Western, Oxford, Ohio. Was bookkeeper at the Western College, Ohio. Was treasurer and has done some teaching in Domestic Science.

Florence C. Porter (Mrs. James Cahoon), Salinas, Calif.

Helen Protzman (Mrs. Rivenburg), Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught for a time in a private school for boys at Palo Alto, then near her home in Santa Cruz.

William Prusch, San Jose, Calif.

Hope Pyburn (Mrs. Frank Johnson), Hardwick, Calif. Taught in Fresno and in Kings County. Has four children. Is at present (1927) teaching in Armona.

Edna M. Raum, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Mono, Monterey and Solano Counties. Since 1912 has been teaching in Alameda.

Bertha P. Reid (Mrs. E. E. Seely), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, as principal of Aromas school. Since 1924 has been principal of Saratoga school. Has had summer work at Stanford University. Has three children.

Robert Reid, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Monterey and Tulare County. Principal of Aroma school.

Linnie M. Rhyne (Mrs. Henz), Fellows, Calif. Taught for a year. Married in 1903, and lived at Paso Robles.

Nellie A. Rinehart, Alturas, Calif.

Ethel F. Scott, Visalia, Calif. Taught near Visalia.

Louise Smith (Mrs. J. G. Beard), San Francisco, Calif. Married in June, 1902.

Mary F. Sullivan, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County.

Pearl Sutton (Mrs. Arthur J. Fouch), Maxwell, Calif. Taught in Maxwell. Married in 1906. Two children.

Susannah Swickard (Mrs. Charles Boyce), Ono, Calif. Taught in Del Norte County. Married and taught in French Gulch.

Maude Talbott (Mrs. H. J. Lang), Chualar, Calif. Principal of King City school. Married in April, 1907.

Ora P. Trott (Mrs. Blosser), Santa Maria, Calif. Taught in Santa Maria until her marriage.

Estella P. Waggoner, Livermore, Calif. Taught in Livermore.

Myra C. Waltenspiel, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera County. Substituted in San Francisco.

Katherine E. Welch (Mrs. T. C. Coulter), New York City, N.Y. Taught in Alameda County.

Edna M. White (Mrs. W. W. Felch) (deceased). Taught in Mariposa County, and in San Mateo County. In 1917 her death was reported.

Grace V. Widemann, Gonzales, Calif. Was principal of Gonzales school eighteen years. Has taken course in Santa Barbara State Teachers College, at San Francisco and San Jose Teachers Colleges, and at University of California.

 

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Eva M. Wilber, Alameda, Calif. Taught first in Colusa County, then in Alameda city schools.

Elsie V. Wiley, Berkeley, Calif.

Adah Williams (Mrs. E. S. Drucks), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Lassen County.

Bessie G. Williams, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County until she entered the Alameda school department, where she is now teaching (1927).

Clarence W. Wilson, Dinuba, Calif. Works in a bank in Dinuba.

Harriet L. Wilson, Oakland, Calif. Teaching in Oakland.

Henrietta Wolford, Colfax, Calif. Taught in Grass Valley.

Ethel L. Wood, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus and in Fresno County.

Elora O. Yancy (Mrs. Margetts), Paso Robles, Calif. Taught for a time in Tehama County, and near Paso Robles.

 

KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY-JUNE, 1902.

 

Laura Bacon Bailey, San Jose, Calif. Graduated from general elementary in 1897. See 1897 class record.

Myrtle Jones Hall (Mrs.) Graduated from general elementary in 1903. See 1903 record.

Helen M. Hepburn, See 1903 class record.

Ethel White, see class record, 1903.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hester K. Adams (Mrs. Jacks), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Yolo County.

Ina May Allen (Mrs. H. D. Vreeland), Compton, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County until 1904 and then went to Los Angeles County and was in the Fairmount school. She was married in 1907.

Katherine E. Bailey, Madera, Calif. Taught in Madera schools.

Olive J. Baldwin (Mrs. Caleb Irwin Dillard), San Leandro, Calif. Taught in Newark and Niles. Has two children.

Janet M. Bell (Mrs. Sidney King Morrison), Reno, Nevada. Taught in Nevada County. Has one child.

George A. Belz, Visalia, Calif. Taught in Kern County, then left teaching for farming.

Phoebe J. Boyd (Mrs. H. Erkins), Santa Maria, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara County until her marriage in December, 1904.

John A. Brennan, Oakland, Calif. Taught until he entered the University of California in 1906.

Estelle M. Brown (Mrs. J. L. Marquart), Walnut Hollow, Cambria, Calif. Taught in Lake County. Married in March, 1908. Continued teaching in San Luis Obispo County for several years. Has taken extension courses. Two children.

Ethel Brown (Mrs. Herndon) (deceased). Taught in Lake County. Died in 1917.

Lulu F. Brown, Turlock, Calif. Taught in Turlock, then went to Hawaii to teach.

Albert E. Carter, Oakland, Calif. Taught for a few years. Entered University of California and received degree of LI. B. Was married in 1905 to Martha Lee Grimsley. Was admitted to the bar and practiced law in Oakland. Is representative in Congress. Has taken very active part in the development of Oakland, especially in harbor improvement.

Elizabeth B. Casey (Mrs. H. W. Tracy), Gilroy, Calif. Taught in Monterey County and in Gilroy, Santa Clara County.

Maud J. Cleveland, Vallejo, Calif.

Effie I. Crofoot, San Jose, Calif. Attended business college, then taught in San Benito and Monterey Counties. Taught for a time at Sunol school, San Jose.

Jessie E. Davidson, Willets, Calif.

Edith May Dietz (Mrs. James T. Preston), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Monterey County and was principal of school at Ben Lomond. Married June, 1909. Was at the Home Coming in 1927.

Edith B. Draper (Mrs. Frank Whipple), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sacramento County, and in Sunol School, San Jose.

Alpharetta M. Duncan, Long Beach, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, in Reedley, then in Richmond.

Kate C. Elmes (Mrs. D. M. Williams), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Mateo County.

Grace G. Fernald, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County, in Sonoma County and in Oakland.

Helen F. Ford, Stirling City, Calif. Taught first in Fresno County, then at Stirling City, Butte County.

Mae E. Freeman (Mrs. H. Hill), San Jose, Calif. Attended Business College for a year, and afterwards taught in Sonoma County and in Monterey County. Taught for a time in Lexington, Santa Clara County.

Mrs. Ella C. Garcia, San Jose, Calif.

E. Grace Goodwin (Mrs. S. D. Parks) (deceased), Taught in Alameda County. Married in 1903. Died in 1917.

J. Hiram Graves, Monterey, Calif. Principal of Franklin school, and later was teaching in Monterey. Superintendent of schools.

Mabel A. Griffes (Mrs. Woodard), Woodland, Calif. Taught in Yolo County. In 1917 was teaching in Oakland.

Brena F. Headen (Mrs. Clifford Bernhardt), Gilroy, Calif. Taught near Gilroy.

Frederick P. Hogan, Laton, Calif. Taught at Tehachipi, then took up course in Minerology in University of California. Later returned to Tehachipi and then taught in Fresno County at Fowler. Now principal of Laton High school. Doing graduate work at Stanford.

C. Maude Huie (Mrs. F. L. Look), Piedmont, Calif. Was married July, 1903 and for a time lived at Black Diamond, then Oakland.

Alice M. Inglis, Lockeford, Calif. Taught in Lockeford, then in Stockton, at Jefferson school.

Jessie M. Keaton (Mrs. George P. Griswold), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Married 1906. Returned to College in 1918 for advanced course. Two children.

Victorine J. Klein, Mt. View, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County for a short time. Since 1906 has been teaching in Mt. View grammar school.

Lena L. Kocher (deceased), Taught in Mendocino County, and at Hester school; San Jose. Died in 1917.

Myra D. Lee (Mrs. Ingram), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Shasta County until 1905.

Julia W. Leigh (Mrs. Dierssen), Oakland, Calif.

Ruth E. Leonard, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sonoma and in Monterey Counties.

 

 

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Elsie Little (deceased). Taught a few weeks. Her death was reported in 1917.

Josephine A. Longmire, Colusa, Calif. Taught in Berkeley.

Grace A. McGeorge (Mrs. W. A. Hibler), Eureka, Calif. Taught in Fortuna.

Eva A. McIntyre (Mrs. Calkins), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County for four years.

Abbie M. McKenzie (Mrs. White), Omaha, Neb. Substituted at San Rafael.

Elizabeth A. McKindley (Mrs. Guy Adams), Acampo, Calif. Principal of Guinda school, Yolo County. Then was in school at Woodbridge, San Joaquin County.

Ethel B. McRae (Mrs. W. O. Perry Jr.), Ferndale, Calif. Taught in Butte County. Married in 1906, and taught in Humboldt County.

Jennie E. Massee, Berryessa, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County.

Wm. R. G. Meese, Danville, Calif.

M. Alice Merrill, Nevada City, Calif. Taught near Nevada City and near Petaluma.

Minnie M. Miles (Mrs. Minnie West), Colusa, Calif. Taught in Colusa County. Lived in San Diego for a time.

Elizabeth Moran (Mrs. G. H. Hicks), Tracy, Calif. Taught in Monterey County. Married in 1906, and lived for a time at Altamont.

Edith O'Brien, San Jose, Calif. Taught for a number of years in San Jose school department. Qualified for Domestic Science.

Margaret A. O'Meara, Oakley, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County.

Lenore O'Neill (Mrs. Porter), Stockton, Calif. Taught in Fresno city schools.

Casper A. Ornbaum, San Francisco, Calif. Entered University of California, then went to University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Graduated in law. Has been practicing in San Francisco since 1906.

Clara A. Powell, Turlock, Calif.

Gertrude Prentice (Mrs. Whitley), Fresno, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Teaching in Fresno.

Naomi M. Purcell, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County until she entered the San Jose school department. Taught for some years at Grant school.

Elizabeth Quick, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Monterey.

Emma R. Resseguie (Mrs. Bryan Bradley), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Oakland.

Fannie E. Rosendahl, Kingsburg, Calif. Teaching in Fresno city schools.

Ada G. Roth (Mrs. Ada Lanning), Carver Camp, Oregon.

Bertha E. Russell (Mrs. Carlton C. Case), Stockton, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County for a short time. Married in 1904.

Adeline M. C. Scaroni, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught Bay View School, Santa Cruz.

Kallona K. Scott (Mrs. Prosole), Colton, Calif. Taught in Alameda County. Married in 1904. Was vice principal of Lincoln school, Colton.

Alla Sharp, Cedarville, Modoc County, Calif. Taught in Modoc County.

Violet L. Shepard, Williams, Calif. Taught in Fresno County. Was teaching in Fresno high school.

Bertha M. Slayton (Mrs. Wm. Hiatt), Burlingame, Calif. Attended Stanford. Taught in Mendocino and Lake Counties. Married in 1912. Taught five years in China. Is now supervising art.

Georgia A. Smith (Mrs. Claude Winans), San Jose, Calif. Taught for a short time. Was engaged in Civil Service work in the San Jose Post Office. Is attendance officer for the Santa Clara County school department.

Donald Steel, Kuala, Lampur, F.M.S. Taught a short time. Entered Stanford. Is with Yukon Gold Company, Kuala Lampur, F.M.S.

Susan E. Steel (Mrs. Wm. S. Rice), Oakland, Calif. Taught at her home in Brownsville.

Lillie M. Stockwell, Alameda, Calif. Taught in Cloverdale and in Alameda.

Elsie P. Tatham, San Jose, Calif. From 1907 has been in the San Jose school department.

Grace E. Thompson (Mrs. Ruel Eubank), Oakland, Calif. Taught in her home county, Stanislaus. Married in 1904.

Mayme Tyler (Mrs. T. E. Hallock), Port Angeles, Washington. Was in real estate business in Los Angeles for a short time. Afterwards taught at Bakersfield.

Marguerite Veuve, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Madera County, then San Francisco.

Minnie Wainwright (deceased). Taught at Albion. In 1917 her death was reported.

George E. P. Walton, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Alameda County, in Oakland for four years. Graduated from College of Medicine and now practicing in Oakland.

Alice Wehrly (Mrs. F. H. Hawkins), Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Mariposa County, and near Bakersfield. Married September, 1905.

Allie E. Weir, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, and in Santa Clara County. Was for several years a teacher in San Jose city schools.

Richard Woelfoel, Campbell, Calif. Taught in Trinity County.

Eva M. Woodrow, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Franklin school, San Jose.

 

SIXTY-FIFTH CLASS-JUNE, 1903.

 

Belle May Abraham, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, then went to Mill Valley and is principal of the Old Mill school in Mill Valley where she has been since 1904.

Helen Elizabeth Baker, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County for several years.

Maude Evelyn Baker (Mrs. Johnson), Fresno, Calif. Taught at Easton.

Grace Adaline Betts (Mrs. Dalton Clark), Porterville, Calif. Taught in Tulare County.

Florence Mae Blair (Mrs. J. F. Farrance), Healdsburg, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County. Was married January 3, 1904, and lived for a time in San Francisco.

Rose L. Bliss, Hanford, Calif. Taught in Lemoore, and at Red Rock, New Mexico. Later she went to Los Angeles and took work at the University of California, Southern Branch.

 

 

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Hulda Annette Boding, Proberta, Calif. Taught in the northern part of the state.

Grace Wilcox Bond (Mrs. Linville), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County, near Healdsburg, and in Monterey County.

Lily Elaine Brichman (Mrs. A. C. Abshire) (deceased). Taught in Modesto.

Hazel Edith Brower (deceased). Taught near Pomo. In 1917 her death was reported.

Lena Myrtle Brummett (Mrs. Grubb), Hornbrook, Calif. Taught in Hornbrook and married J. A. Strobeck in 1905.

Mary Ingeburg Buck (Mrs. Maddux), Cupertino, Calif. Taught in Kern County.

Edith Mary Bull (Mrs. Frank O. Woodhams), Santa Clara, Calif. Taught at Pt. Arena. Married in 1904.

Barbara Louise Burkhalter (Mrs. E. V. Harmon), Yreka, Valif. (sic).

Lessie Marvine Byrd (Mrs. C. H. Lewis), San Jose, Calif. Taught nearly six years. Was married in 1905, and assisted her husband in his business. Has taken University Extension work, and has been active in church and musical circles. Has one child and is at present (1927) teaching in Saratoga grammar school.

Alma Lillian Cahalan (Mrs. Charles L. Stewart), Seattle, Wash. Taught in Boise, Idaho, then in Fresno county. Has two children.

Alice Mae Cain (Mrs. Roy Young), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County.

Jessie Frances Calder, Oakland, Calif. Taught first in the northern part of the state, then in Los Angeles County, at Ocean Park. In 1908 went to the Oakland city schools in manual training department.

Ethelwyn Althea Caldwell (Mrs. George Killam), Oakland, Calif. Taught first in Hanford, then went to Alameda schools.

Lou Anna Capell (Mrs. Ed. Whaley), Tulare, Calif. Taught for a time near home at Pixley.

Annie J. Christiansen (Mrs. Clarence F. Kellogg), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Solano County, then in Colma. Was married in 1907 to Dr. Kellogg and lived in South San Francisco, later moving to Los Angeles.

Alma Priscilla Christie (Mrs. Bonstell), Falk, Calif. Taught at home.

Esther Hazel Clemence (Mrs. Harry J. Cross), Berkeley, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1903, when she went to Seattle to live.

Alice May Cline (Mrs. Alice Marshall), San Jose, Calif. Taught. Has been for seventeen years connected with the Merchants' Association, San Jose, and is now manager of credit department.

Emma Graves Conway, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught first in Kern County. Teaching in Lincoln High school, Los Angeles.

Jeanette Covert (Mrs. Jack Brown), Fullerton, Calif. Taught in Mendocino and in Kings Counties.

Everett Crane, Modesto, Calif. Taught in Kings County. Attended University of California. Manager of Pratt-Low Preserving Co., Modesto Branch.

Arthur M. Croop, Half Moon Bay, Calif. Principal of evening school, San Jose, and of Lincoln school. Teaching at Half Moon Bay. Married in 1903 to Kate M. Wright.

Sadie Dagger (Mrs. Landon), Pasadena, Calif. Taught over six years at Redlands, then in Pasadena.

Lorena Belle Daly (Mrs. Wm. Burrel), Fresno, Calif. Substituted in Oakland.

Florence Delahunty, Gibsonville, Calif. Taught at Bidwell's Bar, then at Biggs.

Robert Hodge Down, Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught in Sonoma and Santa Clara County for a time. Mr. Down has taken work at the University of California summer sessions, and for eight years was a member of the County Board of Education. For three and a half years he was supervising principal of the Los Gatos grammar school, and for the past fourteen years has been supervising principal of the Pacific Grove grammar school. He married Ethel Harriet Webster and has four children.

Abbie M. Driver (Mrs. Lewis), Sacramento, Calif. Taught twenty-one years. Once child. Has taken extension courses. Is a widow teaching in Sacramento.

Grace C. Ekstrand, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Madera County, and in Boulder Creek.

Pearl Evert (Mrs. A. Blomquist), Pescadero, Calif. Taught in San Mateo County until her marriage in 1907.

Milton T. Farmer, San Francisco Calif. Taught in Kings County and in evening school, S.F. Studied law, and was admitted to practice. Superior Judge at Bakersfield. Phi Beta Kappa honors at the University of California.

Alta May Farnham (Mrs. H. N. Cunnng) (sic), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Colusa County. Was married May 22, 1904.

Edna H. Finley (deceased). Taught in Stanislaus County. Died in 1917.

May A. Fitzgerald (Mrs. Paul Eldred), Fresno, Calif. Taught at Clovis, then was supervisor in Fresno Normal School until 1918.

M. Louise Fleming, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County until she entered the San Francisco school department, where she is now in the Frank McCoppin school.

Charles Irwin Fox, Hanford, Calif. Taught at Hanford and in Monterey County. Went into business for a year, but resumed teaching as principal of Concord school, and then of Antioch grammar school.

Ida Mae Freeman (Mrs. H. C. Skow), San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Married in 1906 and lived in Oakland.

Lillian May Freeman (Mrs. G. F. Holbrook), Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in El Dorado and Tulare Counties, then in Berkeley.

Lettie M. Fulkerth (Mrs. Harry A. Wilson), Merced, Calif. Taught for a year. Was married in 1905 to Harry A. Wilson, a teacher in Merced high school. Has taken work in the Santa Barbara Teachers College.

Blanche Gaine (Mrs. C. J. Struby) (deceased). Was teaching at Point Arena. Died December 27, 1927.

Bessie Lillian Gratz (Mrs. A. L. Erickson), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Monterey and Tulare Counties. Has four children.

Nellie Victoria Gratz (Eleanor), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Kern County. Since 1915 has been a member of the faculty of the State Teachers College, a part of the time as assistant dean, and later her work has been entirely in the department of mathematics. Is a graduate of Stanford University, and has taken work in Columbia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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