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 431-446

 

 

RECORD of GRADUATES BY CLASSES

1915-1916

 

 

 

 

 

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ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTH CLASS MARCH, 1915.

 

Guida May Allen (Mrs. Arnold Rader), Hornbrook, Calif. Taught over five years in Oregon and in Northern California. Has one child.

Nellie Bateman (Mrs. Fike), Tulare, Calif. Taught in Fresno County, then in the San Jose school department.

Elizabeth Bean (Mrs. Earl A. Telfer), San Jose, Calif. Taught for a short time.

Abbie C. Cota (Mrs. M. N. Marensen), Ontario, Calif. Taught eight years. Attended U.C., Los Angeles. One son.

Carrie C. Ellis (Mrs. Wm. Erich), Lodi, Calif. Taught in Lodi High school.

Charles F. Fisher, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Antioch and in Stockton. Has taken courses at the University of California. Is now (1927) principal of pre-vocational school, Stockton.

Norma La Verne Green, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Winnemucca, Nevada.

Irene Gertrude Hannagan, Chowchilla, Calif. Teaching in Chowchilla, Madera County.

Lillian Marguerite Jayet (Mrs. Howard S. Trost), San Jose, Calif. Taught two years. Two children.

Leone Jopson (Mrs. T. P. Bull), Fort Russell, Wyo. Went to Hawaii. Taught four years. Graduate from Cal. School of Arts and Crafts. Two children. Husband major in U.S. Army.

Ethel M. McLeod, San Jose, Calif.

 

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Ferne Nelson, Cupertino, Calif. Taught near Livingston, then went to Hawaii. In 1919 Miss Nelson assisted in the training department of the Normal school.

Olga C. Nelson (Mrs. Tennes), San Jose, Calif. Husband teaches in High school in southern part of the state. One child.

Chrissie Owen (Mrs. Anderson A. Werner), Del Carmen, P.I. Taught in Mill Valley.

Iris Anita Penny, San Jose, Calif. Taught near Loomis.

Dora M. Rankin, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Morgan Hill Grammar school.

Mary Aileen Reed (Mrs. Robert M. Wilson), Tracy, Calif. Taught in Placer County. Married in 1917 and taught in Coalinga.

Jennie M. Robbins, San Jose, Calif. Taught in the northern part of the state. Returned to the Normal school for further work. Taught for a time in San Diego county.

Stella Emily Rogers (Mrs. G. M. Stout), Ely, Nevada.

Agnes Dormann Romey (Mrs. W. P. Geisendorfer), Sissons, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County. Married in 1919.

Eleanor Root (deceased). Taught night school in San Jose. Attended University of California and received degree. Taught in Oakland until her sudden death, March 26, 1921. Was gifted in literary expression and in art.

Marguerite Shannon, San Jose, Calif. Taught in the northern part of the state until 1919 when she became principal of the Los Altos Grammar school. Is now (1927) teaching in the Woodrow Wilson Junior High school. Returned to the College and secured her degree.

Edith M. Shephard, San Jose, Calif. Taught near Santa Margarita.

Genevieve Sicotte (Mrs. Eaton Magoon), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hawaii until her marriage in August, 1917.

J. Gilbert Smith (deceased). Taught in Gilroy. Entered the service during the World War, and immediately after being accepted was killed in a motor cycle accident near San Jose.

Ruby Belle Taylor (Mrs. W. M. Elmer), Santa Clara, Calif. Taught for a short time at Byron Hot Springs.

Helen Thomas (Mrs. Edward Everett Flory), Dos Palos, Calif. Was married August 25, 1915.

Helene Thor (Mrs. Herbert McDowell), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County.

Lois Tuttle, Watsonville, Calif. Taught near Watsonville.

Aileen G. Volkers, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Milpitas.

Beatrice A. Webb (Mrs. Carroll L. Barlow), Monroe, Wash. Taught ten years. Taught citizenship in Hawaii. Was for four years in Paia, Maui. One child.

C. Fisk Wells, Boise, Idaho. Returned and took Industrial course, receiving his secondary certificate in 1916. Entered Stanford and received his degree. Assistant at Stanford. Fellow at University of Chicago. Assistant instructor of economics at University of Idaho. Is at present statistician in the agricultural department of the extension division of the University of Idaho. Married Elizabeth Dorothy Wagner. Two children.

Marion Beatrice Werner, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Lakeside, near Los Gatos.

Evelyn D. Whitman, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in Lassen County, near Haywards. Was one year in Hawaii, then taught in Garvey, Los Angeles County.

Walso S. Worden (deceased). Taught in evening school, San Jose, then went to the Philippines.

 

HOME ECONOMICS-MARCH, 1915.

 

Mrs. E. Mary Finley, San Jose, Calif.

 

ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTH CLASS JUNE, 1915.

 

Angeline Adoradio, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Dundee, Oregon, then in Placer County. Is at present (1927) teaching in the Grant Grammar school, San Jose.

Ruth Alberta Adler, La Grande, Ore.

Leila J. Alexander, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Anderson, then in Fresno County.

Linda C. Alloggi, San Jose, Calif. Principal of Tranquillity school.

Charlotte Amy Andrews (Mrs. Cedric Earle Smith), Shandon, Calif. Took Americanization course. Has done social work among Mexicans. Three children. Was charter member of Copa de Ora club. Now teaching.

Jennie S. Anderson, Astoria, Oregon. Taught in Astoria.

Frank G. Argall, San Jose, Calif.

Vida Virginia Armor, Berkeley, Calif. Attended University of California, then went to Raynesford, Mont. to teach. Returned to California in 1918 and taught at Mt. View.

Eliza Ayres, Hollister, Calif. Taught near Hollister.

Esther Sarah Bahls, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Francisco, then in Tuolumne. She afterwards returned to San Francisco to teach and entered the University.

Ida I. Bailey, Merced, Calif. Taught in Merced County, in Turlock (sic).

Beatrice Miriam Barker (Mrs. Robert Swift), Walnut Grove, Calif. Taught four years. Teaches piano, plays in orchestra and has led choirs.

Dora Roberta Barnwell, Oakland, Calif. Taught in the northern part of the state, then in Sheridan, Nevada. Went to Hawaii in 1916 and taught a year. Returned to California and entered the University.

Clara Christine Bauer (Mrs. John J. Fink), Lodi, Calif. Taught near Lodi. Married in 1917.

Annie Baxter (Mrs. George G. Johnson), Fresno, Calif.

Williamette Bays, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County, then in Ventura County.

Melissa G. Benson, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Yolo County, near Winters.

Enid Elva Best, Monterey, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Aurora Calril Bettencourt, Centerville, Calif. Taught in Navelencia.

Rose Marie Bez (Mrs. W. F. Burke), Gonzales, Calif. Taught three years. Two children.

Alice Annabelle Bleil, San Mateo, Calif. Is teaching in the San Mateo school.

Dora Louise Bliss, Watsonville, Calif. Taught before she entered University of California.

 

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Eleanor Rea Blodgett, San Jose, Calif. Attended College of Pacific. Taught near Watsonville. Is now (1927) teaching in the Lowell Grammar school, San Jose.

Naomi Ann Booher (Mrs. J. L. Haller), Hollister, Calif. Taught eight years. Two children.

Estella J. Boone, Dinuba, Calif. Taught.

Helene E. Bonslett, Gridley, Calif. Taught in Butte County.

Hazel Claire Bowman, Mendocino, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County.

Mabel Frances Bowden, Oakland, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County and in Wheatland.

Viola Ruth Boyd, Concord, Calif. Returned to the Normal for the Household Art course, then taught in Colusa.

Isabel Christie Boyle, Yreka, Calif. Taught in the Yreka school.

Sarah Bradshaw, Corona, Calif. Taught in Hawaii and in Ione, Calif.

Madeline E. Brennan, Antioch, Calif. Taught near Bay Point, Calif.

Louise S. Brekke, Los Altos, Calif. Taught in Ray, Arizona.

Esther Helen Bresee, Sacramento, Calif. Taught near and in Sacramento.

Mildred Lucille Brown, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Is now (1927) teaching in the Santa Clara High school. Has a degree from the University of Oregon; also from Kings Conservatory.

Maybelle Broz, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Hawaii, then returned to California and taught in the Santa Clara Grammar school. Has degree from the University of Washington. Has done some landscape painting. Now teaching art in Portola Junior High school, S.F.

Grace Frances Bucknall, Campbell, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County, at Spreckels.

Mary Helen Burke, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento.

Myrtle L. Burch (Mrs. Geo. G. Calkins), San Jose, Calif. Taught near San Jose. Two children. Lived in Manila three years. Traveled in China, Japan, and Hawaii; also in U.S.

Dora Mae Burger (Mrs. Butts), Placerville, Calif. Taught near Placerville.

Naomi S. Butts, Pittsburg, Calif. Taught in Tranquility, Calif.

Josephine Campbell, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County at Spreckles.

Lizzie H. Cann, Sultana, Calif. Taught twelve years. Widow with two children. Has had extension work. Is principal of school and manager of a fruit farm.

June Carroll, West Butte, Calif. Taught near Live Oak.

Ellen S. Carlson, Turlock, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

John H. Carmichael, San Jose, Calif. Taught commercial subjects in Montezuma. Studied at U.C. and Oregon Agricultural College. Has been in the navy. Now teaching in Stockton High school.

Laveta Jane Carpenter, Williams, Calif. Taught in Colusa County.

Ethel Spencer Carlyon, San Jose, Calif. Entered the University of California and received her degree. Specialized in art and was eligible for the Taussig Scholarship.

Anna Dorris Carver, White River, Calif.

Grace Carson, Keswich, Calif. Taught at Whitewater, Shasta County.

Ethel May Case (Mrs. Edward Victor Strayer), San Jose, Calif. Taught two years in Alaska and in Oakland. During the war did office work, then went to Nevada to teach. Is teaching in Hester school.

Bae Chalmers, Woodland, Calif.

Walter C. Christensen, Selma, Calif. Principal of Denair Grammar school.

Lottie M. Clark, Pratt, Kansas. Taught near Reno, Nevada. Went to the State Teachers College in Emporia, Kansas and received her degree in 1922. Has done graduate work since in Universities of Chicago and Nebraska. Teaching in High school in Kansas.

Marguerite Classen, Seattle, Wash. Taught near Morgan Hill, then went to Austin, Nevada. Later went to Seattle to teach and then taught in High school at Woolley, Wash.

Helen Isabel Cleave, Denver, Colorado. Taught in Denver.

I. Evalyn Clevenger (Mrs. Reklaw Walker), San Jose, Calif. Taught for several years in this county. Has three children.

Gladys Rae Combs, Rionido, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County.

Edwin D. Comer, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Prevocational school. Instructor in printing, Stockton High school. Has developed a practical 4-year training course which is recognized by trade unions. Married Emma Fischbacher. Two children.

Aimee Marie Combatalade, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Ukiah. At present (1927) teaching in the Woodrow Wilson Junior High school.

Hazel May Cooley, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Amy Tuller Cooke, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Martin.

Clara Amelia Corlett, Reedley, Calif. Taught in Healdsburg. Later went to Hawaii, then to Ashland, New Jersey.

Dean Cornwell, Redwood City, Calif. Taught near St. Helena.

Elsie Viola Crary (Mrs. George Allen McKisson), Auburn, Calif. Taught in Placer County.

Mary Alice Cronin (Mrs. Raymond H. Castro), Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs. Castro was connected with the training department of the normal school and later in the Psychology department of the teachers college until her resignation in 1923, when she took a position in the San Jose High school. She is now assisting with testing, classification and guidance in the Phoenix High school. Was for a year supervisor in Junior High school at Tempe State Teachers college.

Hattie D. Cropper, Baker, Oregon. Taught at Baker. Afterwards was in the Bremerton, Washington school.

Fae F. Crosby, Hollister, Calif. Taught in San Benito County.

Genevieve May Currier, Cupertino, Calif.

Hazel Davis, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Tehachapi.

Edna Elimira Dickhaut, Jenny Lind, Calif. Taught in Denair.

Irene Dicky, Redwood City, Calif. Taught in the Redwood City schools.

Jeanette Dobbins (Mrs. Ben R. Ragain), Colusa, Calif. Taught three years. Is doing some substituting. Married an attorney.

Mildred Dodd (Mrs. Lester B. Moody), San Anselmo, Calif. Taught six years. One child.

Edna Marie Doherty, Oakland, Calif. Taught for a few years in an ungraded school, then went to Oakland. Traveled to South America and U. S. Did war work.

 

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Ruth Olive Douglas (Mrs. McVey), Turlock, Calif. Taught in Placer and Stanislaus County.

Margaret Doyle, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Mateo County.

Hazel Durston (Mrs. Lyman C. Gilliland), Burlingame, Calif. Taught seven years. Has B.A. from Pomona. One child.

Inez Vivian Eaton, Stockton, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County.

Alice Eastwood (Mrs. Jas. M. Otto), Morgan Hill, Calif. Taught in Siskiyou County, and at Belmont. Later was in the Mountain View school. One child.

Dorothy Irene Edwards (Mrs. Carl Schonner), Sacramento, Calif. Taught for twelve years in the Sacramento schools.

Grace Margueritte Edwards (Mrs. Clarence M. Bair), Arroyo Grande, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County four years. One child. Attended University of Southern California.

Fern Elder, San Jose, Calif. Went to Hawaii to teach.

Frances Ellis, Lodi, Calif. Taught near Lodi.

Margaret Matilda Escola (Mrs. Allen Rasmussen), Mendocino, Calif. Taught until her marriage.

Clara Evers, Visalia, Calif. Taught in Visalia county. Was principal of Pixley school, Tulare County.

Dolorita Joan Falvey, San Mateo, Calif. Teaching in the San Mateo schools.

Beryl Irene Farley, Oakland, Calif. Returned to the Normal for the Household Arts Course. Took business course and is a bookkeeper.

Gladys A. Farnsworth (Mrs. Berger), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Nevada.

Alma Lund Foster (Mrs. Frank M. Wolfram), Richmond, Calif. Taught about thirteen years. Extension courses. Teaching in Richmond.

Rita Frame, Benicia, Calif. Taught near Benicia.

Estelle Marie Franklin, Cupertino, Calif. Taught in Nevada.

Nileta Franklin, Lodi, Calif. Taught in San Joaquin County. Later went to San Diego.

Edna Gertrude Freeman, San Jose, Calif. Teaching in the Lowell Grammar school.

Jennie Elliott Friend, Nordhoff, Calif. Took course in the Santa Barbara Normal, then taught in Oxnard, Calif.

Ida Anna Fulton (Mrs. Coleman), Alhambra, Calif. Taught in Grangeville.

Pearl A. Gandrup, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County.

Evelyn L. Garcia, Hayward, Calif. Taught in Niles. Returned to the College for the Home Economics course.

Mildred Marcella Garlinger, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Dos Palos for a year or so, then entered a convent in Los Angeles.

Gladys E. Gault (Mrs. Frank C. Kenyon), San Pedro, Calif. Taught five years. Took business course and worked in office.

Carolyn Edith George, Williams, Calif. Taught in Colusa County for a few years, then entered Munson's school for private secretaries.

Vera Gertrude Gilmore (Mrs. H. W. Johnson), Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Sacramento.

Edna L. Goldsworthy (Mrs. I. Hubert Sefton), Colfax, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County, then entered an office in San Francisco, and worked for two years during the war. Studied at U.C. and Junior College. Two children.

Lucile Moreland Gordon, Watsonville, Calif. Entered the University of California. Afterwards taught in Gonzales.

Miriam A. Green (Mrs. Sawyer), Santa Rosa, Calif. Taught in San Benito County.

A. Annie Grenitta (Mrs. O'Donnell), Hornbrook, Calif. Taught in Avery, Calif.

Anna E. Guidinger (Mrs. Henry Melendy), Paicines, Calif. Taught near her home for a year. Married in 1917. Three sons.

Edith L. Hagerty, Mountain View, Calif. Taught in Gazelle.

Amy Spry Halloran, San Jose, Calif. Taught thirteen years. Now teaching in Aromas. Has done newspaper work, as correspondent.

Marjorie Rose Hamlin, Oakland, Calif. Taught in the Corning schools, and in Oakland.

Zella Lou Hannah, Merced, Calif. Taught in Monterey County and Merced County.

Emma Hansen, Livermore, Calif. Taught three and a half years. Took Physiotherapy course at U.C. Is now physical therapist in Livermore.

Ruby Jeanette Hart (Mrs. Loren S. Haaley), Modesto, Calif. Taught a year. Attended U.C. Two children.

Mrs. Corel E. Harkness, San Jose, Calif.

Rena Hastings (Mrs. H. G. Crawford), Lakeport, Calif. Taught near Lakeport four years. Two sons.

Erma Hawley, Baker, Oregon. Taught in Baker.

Louesa Laura Heisinger, Campbell, Calif. Has been teaching in Modesto City schools.

Gertrude Hibbs, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Madera.

Eva M. Hendricks (Mrs. C. M. Hewitt), Santa Rosa, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County.

Margaret Rurvis Hinchliffe, San Francisco, Calif.

Jessie Frances Hindman (Mrs. Wm. C. Kelley), Baker, Oregon. Taught in Baker nine years. Has had business course. War work and community activities. Vice-president American Legion Auxiliary. One child.

Eva Gladys Hinkson, Turlock, Calif.

Anna Althea Hoag, Minneapolis, Calif. Taught in Glendive, Montana. Afterwards went to Bemidge, Minnesota, to teach.

Ruth Hodges (Mrs. Frusetta), Paicines, Calif. Taught in San Benito County.

Martha Helen Hoey, Martinez, Calif. Taught near Martinez.

Retta L. Honeycutt, Madera, Calif. Taught in Madera Schools.

Edna Helene Hooper, Stockton, Calif. Taught in the Stockton schools.

Hazel Beatrice Hough (Mrs. Leslie P. Trigg), Broadbent, Oregon. Taught in Humboldt County three years. Three boys.

Margaret E. Houghton (Mrs. Cole), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento for a year, then at Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Bessie M. Howland (Mrs. R. W. Trowbridge), Galt, Calif. Taught in Clayton, Idaho. Married in 1918.

 

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Edith F. Hulett (Mrs. Bishop), Arroyo Grande, Calif. Taught in Mono, San Luis Obispo and Lassen Counties. Was married in 1919.

Herbert Lathrop Hunn, Richmond, Calif. Returned to the Normal for the Industrial Arts course, then taught in Berkeley. Now in Junior High school, Richmond.

May Jaeger (deceased). Taught near Placerville. Her death occurred in 1916.

Itha K. Janes, Richmond, Calif. Taught in Richmond.

Ida Marie Johnson, Stockton, Calif. Taught thirteen years. Spent one summer in Europe.

M. Kathryn Kammerer, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Mariposa and Imperial Counties.

Blanche V. Keithly (Mrs. Sidney J. Stokes), Kelseyville, Calif. Taught near her home until her marriage in 1917 and during the war. Three children.

Anita M. Kelley, Antioch, Calif. Taught at Antioch.

Elsie V. Keller, New Pine Creek, Oregon. Taught in Modoc County, then in Oregon.

Lucile Kemble, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in the southern part of the state for a year or two, then in Pittsburg, Calif.

Ollie O. Ketchum (Mrs. Walter B. Robinson), Gilroy, Calif. Married in February, 1916.

Adelheid M. Kleemeyer (Mrs. Jurgen Woeleke), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Fresno County, and in San Francisco.

Hyldred Grahame Knapp, San Jose, Calif. Returned to the Normal for the Kindergarten course, then taught in Mill Valley.

Wilna Marvel Knight (Mrs. Darvin Picknell), Yuba City, Calif. Taught in Yolo County.

Elizabeth L. Kreiss (Mrs. A. D. Pugsley), Los Angeles, Calif. Was married in 1917. Lived in Visalia, Calif. Had a work at U. of S.C., also Southern Branch of U.C. After the death of her husband married Mr. Pugsley. Teaching in San Pedro.

A. Isabel Krumlinde, Richmond, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Ruth Berger Kuhn (Mrs. C. J. Hawkes), Seattle, Wash. Taught for three years, two of which were in Minneapolis, Minn. Has one child.

Lucile La Croix, Mayfield, Calif. Taught in the Mayfield schools.

Edith Elizabeth Lake (Mrs. Harry G. Lipcomb), Tres Pinos, Calif. Taught in Merced County. Was married in 1917. Has three children.

Nina Irene Lampela, Eureka, Calif. Taught in San Benito County.

Edith E. M. Landels, Los Altos, Calif. Returned to the Normal for the Kindergarten course.

Julia Larsen (Mrs. Anderson), Salinas, Calif. Taught near Ingomar, then in the Gonzales school.

Lillie L. Larson, Turlock, Calif.

Gladys Marguerite Latham, Sacramento, Calif. Teaching in Sacramento.

Verna Victorine Lauppe (Mrs. R. W. Strader), Sacramento, Calif. Married in May, 1917.

Edith Lucretia Leh (Mrs. S. L. Pullen), Oakland, Calif. Taught twelve years. Now teaching in Oakland.

Margaret Mary Lewis, Hollister, Calif. Taught in San Benito County.

Alma V. Linton, San Jose, Calif. Vice-principal of Los Banos and at present (1927) teaching in the Woodrow Wilson Junior High school.

Mary Rosalie Logue, Sunnyvale, Calif. Taught at Dunsmuir, Calif.

Eva Lowry (Mrs. Fred Wyatt), Sacramento, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1917.

Hertha Luck, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Simeon.

Gertrude Olga Lund, Oroville, Calif. Taught in Oroville.

Ruth Lundell (Mrs. Sidney R. Hannah), Reno, Nevada. Taught one year. Took business course at U.C. Has done office work.

Marie Mace, Campbell, Calif. Taught in Winnemucca, Nevada. Is at present (1927) teaching in the Jefferson Grammar school, San Jose.

Geneva E. Marcellus (Mrs. H. Heath Titcomb), Pacific Grove, Calif. Four children.

Lydia Martha Mangold, Woodland, Calif. Taught near Madison.

Lida A. Matthews, Hollister, Calif. Taught in San Benito County continuously. Has life credential in Art.

Marguerite Hazel Maze, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County and in the city of Monterey.

Ora Lucille McClay (deceased). Taught in Mariposa. Was married.

Lenore Catherine McCormick, San Martin, Calif. Taught in Tuolumne County.

Myrtle Jane McGrath, Virginia City, Nev. Taught a short time in Madera County.

Laura Leith McGregor, King City, Calif. Taught near Monterey.

Gladys V. McKenney, Berkeley, Calif. Taught twelve years. Now (1927) teaching in Berkeley.

Edith G. McMurray, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County.

Grace L. McMurtry, Arcata, Calif. Principal at Korbel, Humboldt County.

Ethel Frances Mecredy, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hawaii for a few years.

Marguerite Miller, Reedley, Calif. Taught in Fresno County.

Gladys V. Mills, Visalia, Calif. Taught near Visalia. Studied in U.S.C.

Carrie Almira Mitchell, San Jose, Calif. Taught for a few years in Hawaii. Upon her return was assistant in the Kindergarten department of the Normal school.

Hazel Elwell Mixer (Mrs. Wm. S. Sheldon), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento for several years. One son.

Leonore Morris (Mrs. Theodore G. Elwert), Lodi, Calif. Taught near Galt seven years. Took U.C. summer work. Is teaching at Lodi. One son.

Edna Idabell Moyer (Mrs. Howard L. Worcester), Morgan Hill, Calif. Taught in Calaveras County four years. Two children.

Otta Wilma Moyer (Mrs. Edward C. Leonard), Angels Camp, Calif. Taught. Later entered Y.W.C.A. work. Was at Asilomar, then at Reno. Studied at U.C.

Adaleen Musser (Mrs. Austin B. Whipple), Stockton, Calif. Taught in the Stockton school.

Dorothy Musgrave (Mrs. Ray Corwin Newport), Hanford, Calif. Taught near and in Hanford. Has one daughter.

 

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Elise McClure Myers (Mrs. Carroll Searls), New York City, N.Y. Taught four years. Has studied commercial art. Traveled.

Helen Josephine Myers, Oroville, Calif. Taught.

Hazel Wilhelmina Naas (Mrs. W. Wm. Imker), San Jose, Calif. Teaching in Hester school.

Ragnild S. Nelson, Chicago, Illinois. Taught in the Chicago schools.

Harriett Norman, Oakland, Calif. Taught fifteen years. Traveled for a year in Norway, England, Scotland. Now teaching.

Lydia Almira Norton (Mrs. George Elmer Abbe Sr.), San Juan Bautista, Calif. Taught four years. Three children.

Laura May Ochsner (Mrs. M. M. Hall), San Jose, Calif.

Lily Belle Oest (Mrs. O. A. Inman), Auburn, Calif. Taught until her marriage to Lieutenant Inman.

Emma Julia Orvis, Madera, Calif. Taught.

Robertta Marie Pate (Mrs. MacLane), San Francisco, Calif. Went to the Hawaiian Islands to teach.

Regina Paulson (Mrs. Hoverson), Ollie, Mont. Taught in Lake County.

Lowene Cora Payne, Roseburg, Oregon. Taught in Roseburg.

Mary Elizabeth Peak (Mrs. Brown), Merced, Calif. Taught in Merced County.

Lillian Millicent Peace (Mrs. Anderson), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Yolo County and Lassen County.

Raymond T. Perry, San Jose, Calif. Taught at Rebel Creek, Nevada.

E. Olive Petersen (Mrs. Virgo), Suisun, Calif. Taught in Solano County.

Ethel Peterson, Turlock, Calif. Taught in Merced County.

Hannah G. Pickett, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento.

Marjorie M. Pillon (Mrs. Philip Turner Hawkes), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Tulare and Alameda Counties. Married H. P. Gloy Jr. Two children. After the death of her husband married Mr. Hawkes. Is teaching Bella Vista school, Oakland.

Dorothea Pinion (Mrs. Newton Heinson), Hollister, Calif. Taught in Jolon until her marriage.

Elva Pointer (Mrs. Thomas J. Riordan), San Francisco, Calif. Taught four years. Two children.

Anna May Prestidge, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Taught in Dinuba. Now principal of Richmond school.

Lola Fay Pryor, Modesto, Calif. Taught for a short time. During the war was in the employ of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co.

Marjorie Regnart, Cupertino, Calif. Taught in this county. Is at present (1927) in the Theodore Roosevelt Junior High school.

Jessie E. Rives, Gilroy, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Ruth L. Richardson (Mrs. John N. Kauke), Lindsay, Calif. Taught four years. Spent one year in the Orient and taught Chinese girls in High school. Is a widow. Two children.

Pauline Richmond, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Monterey County, and in Hawaii.

Anna Frances Riehr, Mission San Jose, Calif. Taught.

Mabel N. Rigby (Mrs. A. W. Laderich) (deceased). Taught in Gilroy until her marriage in 1917. Died in 1920.

Georgia Louise Robie, Milton, Calif. Taught in Milton.

Leola Marie Rockwell (Mrs. H. R. Williams), Ukiah, Calif. Was married in 1916.

Gertrude Rosche (Mrs. Payer), Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County, and in Livingston.

Esther R. Rosenquist, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Santa Cruz County and for a time at Sisson.

Phyllis Rosenberg, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Tulare County.

Ruth Rouse, Fresno, Calif. Taught eleven years. Courses at U.C., Stanford and Fresno State Teachers College. Is physical education teacher and has charge of all girls' activities in Fresno.

Annabel Rush, Suisun, Calif. Taught thirteen years. Now in Sacramento school department.

Lois E. Salsman (Mrs. Bullene), Cheyenne, Wyo. Taught in Richmond for two years, then went to New York for further study in music. Married in 1919 to Captain Bullene.

Olive Bates Saunders (Mrs. Wm. Stewart Silman), Merced, Calif. Taught five years. Five children.

Merny Saveker, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Stanislaus County, then at Lompoc, Calif.

Bertha D. Saylor (Mrs. James H. Thompson), San Jose, Calif. Married in 1916. One child.

Jeannette Searight, Piedmont, Calif. Taught at the Campus School, Stanford, then in Kauai. During the war Miss Searight was in Red Cross work in Vladivostok, Siberia.

Irene Schoner, Porterville, Calif. Taught in Lake County and near Watsonville.

Esther Margaret Scott (Mrs. C. H. Hammon), Santa Rosa, Calif. Married in 1916 and went to South America.

Ethel Irene Setzer (Mrs. Spaulding), Sunnyvale, Calif. Taught in Lassen County until her marriage.

Ruth V. Shears (Mrs. Chas. Hornback), Antioch, Calif. Taught four years. Two children.

Katherine Louise Skillicorn (Mrs. Daniel Tuttle), Watsonville Junction, Calif. Married in 1916.

Estella M. Smith, Quincy, Calif. Taught at Niles. Was dietician at San Francisco Hospital.

Irba Lee Smith (Mrs. W. J. Close Jr.), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County until her marriage.

Eunice Lorena Snow, Angels Camp, Calif. Taught.

Lorene Margaret Snowden, Willows, Calif. Taught music and art in Willows Grammar school.

Cecilia G. Spain, Eureka, Calif. Taught.

Kathleen J. Spain, San Francisco, Calif. Taught near Eureka.

Kathleen Stafford, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Kern County.

Wildia Standley (Mrs. Wm. Bragill), Westport, Calif. Taught ten years. One child.

Kathryn I. Steiger, Hunter, Calif. Taught at Red Bluff.

Mary V. Steiger (Mrs. F. S. Peterson), Hunter, Calif. Taught.

Alice Stewart, San Jose, Calif.

 

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Freda Strand, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hawaii for several years.

Romie Mildred Swall, Arroyo Grande, Calif. Taught in Hawaii for a year of two, then in California.

Lena Merle Sweet, Dos Palos, Calif. Taught.

Laura E. Tade, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento schools.

Margaret E. Taylor (Mrs. Fred V. Bassi), Templeton, Calif. Taught six years. Two daughters.

Olive Thorn, Ashland, Oregon. Taught in Antioch.

Ione H. Tuttle (Mrs. Dan W. Rohrback), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in the Southern part of the state until her marriage.

Ruth M. Van Dervoort, Irvington, Calif. Taught.

Josephine Clarise Van Riper (Mrs. Richardson), Long Beach, Calif.

Mildred Jeanette Wadsworth (Mrs. E. H. Crossby), Sebastopol, Calif.

Ethel Wallace, San Jose, Calif. Attended University of California.

Vivian Washburn, Napa, Calif. Taught near Napa, Calif.

Alice Mildred Wass, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Was elected to the Oakland schools.

Delia Webb (Mrs. G. C. Hanna), Berkeley, Calif. Taught at Wells, Nevada.

Alvard Webster (Mrs. Knudsen), Soquel, Calif. Taught near Merced.

Florence L. Weeks (Mrs. Atwood), Alameda, Calif. Taught in Mendocino County and Fort Bragg.

Frances Welch, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County and in Oakland. Specializing in music.

Theresa J. Whitfield, San Jose, Calif. Taught.

Ethel Wikstrom, Fort Bragg, Calif. Taught thirteen years.

Effie May Wilkson, Victor, Colorado. Taught in Merced County. Attended the University of California, then went to Fort Bragg to teach.

Myrtle Grace Wilson (Mrs. Nybro), Pacific Grove, Calif. Vice-principal at Fallon, Nevada. Married in 1919.

Verna Christine Wilson, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Shasta County.

Ruth Brown Winn, Hollister, Calif. Taught in Hollister thirteen years.

Marguerite Wright, Sacramento, Calif. Taught at Lincoln, Calif.

Velma Marie Zoller (Mrs. H. C. Lauppe), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento.

 

HOME ECONOMICS-JUNE, 1915.

 

Clara A. Albee

Gladys Arthur (Mrs. R. E. Richards), San Jose, Calif.

Hazel Budlong, San Jose, Calif.

Merle Butler (Mrs. Arthur L. Dowdell), Grass Valley, Calif.

Edith G. Campbell (Mrs. Willard Rice), San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Jose city schools. Had two years at Stanford before entering Normal. Five children.

Cora May Caswell, Palo Alto, Calif.

Hazel Maude Dool, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Boulder Creek and in the Fowler High school.

Julia Mildred Eastey (Mrs. George A. Stuckert), San Jose, Calif. After her marriage went with her husband to Panama and remained several years.

Gladys Gould

Eleanor V. Gratz, San Jose, Calif.

Albertina Harriet Grove

Millie R. Guernsey

Dorothy Hunn

Emma Eulalie Jennings (Mrs. Nelson)

Eunice Elna Lackey

Wilma Jean McFarland

Edith Woodburn Patterson

Anna Louise Polak

Bertha L. Riechers For the past nine years has been a missionary in China. Stationed in Nanking.

Leslie Gaines Smith

Alice M. S. Soderberg (Mrs. F. J. B. Knolle)

 

KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY-JUNE, 1915.

 

Esther Arnold, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sunnyvale and Red Bluff.

Laura Belle Bisson (Mrs. F. C. Merritt), San Jose, Calif.

Aldah Cusack (Mrs.), Richmond, Calif. Taught in Hester Kindergarten, in Richmond.

Velvalee Blueher Ruke (Mrs.) (Mrs. Wm. Gamilton Cupples), San Francisco, Calif.

Virginia McKnight

Veda Belle Wood, Taught in Richmond.

 

MANUAL OR INDUSTRIAL ARTS-June, 1915.

 

Arlie B. Corbet

F. Laverne Culbertson

Charles S. Dorr

John E. Hauck

Marie Jeannette Houser

Zora J. Ketchum

Anna Laureen Maddock

Francis M. Sanders Taught in Belmont schools

J. Gilbert Smith

Lillian Merle Welch

 

MUSIC-JUNE, 1915.

 

Jennie L. Gibson Taught in Menlo Park.

 

DRAWING-JUNE, 1915.

 

Ethel Spencer Carlyon See Class Report of June, 1915.

 

ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTH CLASS-DECEMBER, 1915.

 

Eva V. Allen (Mrs. Chas. E. Burnell), Bellingham, Wash. Taught in Raisin City.

Mary Emily Andrews (Mrs. George H. Eakle), Healdsburg, Calif. Taught until her marriage in 1920.

Pearl Lucile Avery (Mrs. Tindell), Oakland, Calif. Taught near Richmond.

Caroline Bedwell, Richmond, Calif. Taught in Richmond.

Grace E. Benham (Mrs.), Denver, Colo. Took the Household Arts course and graduated in 1916. Taught in San Leandro, and later at Crows Landing.

fElsie Anna Black, Sacramento, Calif. Taught at Donner.

 

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Mary Katherine Buchser (Mrs. Howard Scott), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Is now teaching in the Hawthorne Grammar school, San Jose. Married in 1927.

Ethel Anne Burris (Mrs. D. H. Main), Alamo, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara County. Four children.

Edith A. Cakebread, Brentwood, Calif. Taught in Contra Costa County.

Alice Casley, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Lake County for a few years. Is at present (1927) teaching in the Washington Grammar school, San Jose.

Inez Cooper (Mrs. P. D. Newell), Fortuna, Calif. Taught in Humboldt County. Married in 1917. Two children.

Norma L. Costa (Mrs. Leo Baker), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hawaii for four years. Has one child, and is at present (1927) in the San Jose State Teachers College working for her degree.

Alice Crooks, Benicia, Calif. Taught in Martinez.

Bertha F. Davall (Mrs. R. Murray Ross), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Washington, then returned to California and taught in Mariposa County. Was married in 1918.

Mary Myrtle Dennen (Mrs. Albert E. Deabill), Bakersfield, Calif. Taught near Bakersfield until she entered the Bakersfield schools. Was married in 1919. Is at present (1927) an assistant in the Kern County Library.

Madena Ione Dilse (Mrs. Frank P. Cardoza), Livermore, Calif. Taught six years. One child.

Dorothy Edmonds, San Jose, Calif. Taught near Middleton, then went to Nevada to teach.

Alma Eybel, Colusa, Calif. Taught in Nevada. Returned to California and taught in Colusa.

Lena E. Fiese, Oakland, Calif. Taught in Sacramento County.

Ruth Edith Hoag (deceased). Taught in Hawaii at Honolulu. Died in April, 1920.

Clare Marie Hodges (Mrs. Earl Sieverson), Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Yosemite Valley, then became a forest ranger. Married in October, 1919.

Sybil Ives (Mrs. J. E. Carter), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Napa County.

Elora B. Kilpatrick, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Sonoma County, then in Mt. View. Is now (1927) teaching in the Washington Grammar school, San Jose. Has taken extension and summer work, also course in business college.

Edna Louise Koester, Oakland, Calif. Taught at McCloud.

Mrs. Emma Greene Krause (Mrs. Ralston), San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Jose.

Bessie A. McCracken, Fresno, Calif. Went to Hawaii and taught for several years. After her return taught in Fresno County.

Marion Miller, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in the school for blind.

Annette M. Mitchell, San Jose, Calif.

Dorothy E. Moody, Watsonville, Calif. Taught in Richmond.

Ethel Mae Newkirk (Mrs. Wm. Putman), Dos Palos, Calif.

Clara C. Nye (Mrs. E. F. Donnelly), Napa State Hospital, Napa, Calif. Taught three years. Attended U.C. summer school. One child. At present teaching in Vallejo Junior High.

Alice Irene Palmer (Mrs. Clayton N. Isaac), Medford, Oregon. Taught five and a half years. Took course at Reed College, Portland. Two children.

Edna Penniman, Burlingame, Calif. Taught in Hawaii.

Elsie Marian Prescott, Soquel, Calif. Taught in Hopland.

Emily Elizabeth Rued, San Francisco, Calif. Taught in Santa Rosa for a short time, then became an assistant in the physical training department of the San Jose Normal school. Has been in social service work in Army and Veterans' hospital, also Red Cross social service work. Had charge of recreation for patients. Has had a year abroad in 1924 and another trip in 1927. Has studied social service work in western Europe.

Ethel Claire Sinnott, Milpitas, Calif.

Jessie Agnes Smiley (Mrs. Dennis Robert Hoagland), Berkeley, Calif. Took the Household Arts course and was graduated in 1916. She afterwards taught near Campbell, and then in Sunnyvale. Married Dennis Robert Hoagland, a Stanford graduate who is now professor of plant nutrition in the University of California. There are two children.

Zella Esther Spicer, Arbuckle, Calif. Taught.

C. Margaret Thomsyer (Mrs. Arthur D. Campbell), Lemoore, Calif. Taught five years. Taught Americanization in Lemoore High school. Two children.

Frances L. Turner, Oakdale, Calif. Taught in Santa Barbara County, near Lompor, then near Modesto.

Ethel May Uren, Santa Cruz, Calif. Taught in Le Grande, California.

Lillian Van Riper (Mrs. Turner), Klamath Falls, Oregon. Taught in North Bend, Oregon.

Charlotte E. Van Wormer (Mrs. Earl N. Fulwider), Santa Rosa, Calif. Married immediately after graduation. Studied Art. Two boys.

Robert M. Wilson, San Jose, Calif. Took the Industrial Arts course and received his secondary diploma in 1917. He then went to the Coalinga High school to teach, and afterwards was principal of the Milpitas grammar school, when the school was doing special rural work under the supervision of the San Jose Teachers College.

Genevieve Woerner, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Ogden, Utah until 1918, then was in Los Angeles.

Georgie H. Wolfe, Santa Rosa, Calif. Taught five years in Hawaii and five years in California. Is at this time (1927) an assistant in the Sacramento school department. Took course at business college, and has also taken extension work from the University of California.

Ada Fay Wyman, Mt. View, Calif. Taught for a short time in Mariposa County. During the World War she did clerical work in the office of the Western Electric company, Oakland. She afterwards went to Hawaii to teach, and on her return to California taught in Chowchilla.

 

HOME ECONOMICS-DECEMBER, 1915.

 

Carrie Ellis (Mrs. W. J. Erich).

 

MANUAL OR INDUSTRIAL ARTS-DECEMBER, 1915.

 

C. Fisk Wells

 

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KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY-DECEMBER 1915.

 

Irene R. Cuneo (Mrs. Frank Cuneo), Chicago, Ill.

Ruth Everding

Delma Elizabeth Phelps

 

MUSIC-DECEMBER, 1915.

 

Hortense Bean (Mrs.), San Jose, Calif.

 

ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH CLASS-MARCH, 1916.

 

Dorotha Ball (Mrs. Lloyd Kimberlin), San Jose, Calif. Taught at Calneva, and was principal at Cupertino school for a year.

Florence Margarey Belcher (Mrs. Fleener), Madera, Calif. Kept books and worked in a store.

Gladys C. Burlingame, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hawaii.

Ruth Anna Chestnutt (Mrs. Horst), San Jose, Calif. Taught at Morgan Hill.

Naomi S. Claes, Turlock, Calif. Taught in Merced County.

Clara V. Craig, San Jose, Calif. Taught near Lindsay.

Florence Day, Vallejo, Calif. Taught nine years. Attended U.C.

Helen Kirby Dew, San Jose, Calif. Went into training at the Pomona Valley Hospital.

June Dick, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Oregon at Harney and Olene.

Della Driscoll, San Jose, Calif. Taught near Healdsburg.

Maud E. Empey, San Jose, Calif. Is connected with the Crother Realty Company, San Jose, and for a few months past has been, together with Lydia Innis, at the head of a new department in the realty company, with special emphasis on the needs of women customers.

Belva W. Harcourt, San Lorenzo, Calif. Taught in San Lorenzo.

Lois Hart (Mrs. Simpson), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Sacramento.

Belle Haven, Oakland, Calif. Taught at Cherry Creek, Nevada.

Winifred L. Humphrey, Cupertino, Calif. Taught in Mono County and later in Washington. Was for a few years teaching in Daly City, San Francisco. Taught at Fullerton.

Myrtie E. Jackson (Mrs. H. L. Hunn), Richmond, Calif.

Minnie Anne Knight, Oakland, Calif. Taught at Pacheco.

John W. Maloy, San Jose, Calif.

Lena Selma Reichman (deceased).

Louise Inez Reid (Mrs. Mark N. Huckstein), San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hawaii.

Darrell Sedgwick, San Jose, Calif. Took the Manual Arts course. Was in the Naval Reserve during the World War at San Pedro. Has been for some years principal of the Union school at Cupertino. Was for a time in the music department of the San Jose Normal school as leader of the orchestra.

Dorothy Richfield Stacy (Mrs. Walter Carver Hixson), San Jose, Calif. Taught for a short time. Was married in 1919.

Vivian S. Strobridge, San Lorenzo, Calif. Taught in San Lorenzo and Hayward. Now in Ratmagiri, India.

Gertrude Ethel Tailleur (Mrs. Mervin C. Johnson), Loyalton, Calif. Taught in Goldfield, Nevada, and in California. Two children.

Vera M. Thomas (Mrs. Neil H. Petree), San Francisco, Calif. Graduated from Stanford. Husband with Hale Bros., S.F.

Margaret Wibel, San Jose, Calif. Teaching in the Los Altos school.

Lucybeth Wilson (Mrs. James Gordon), Los Banos, Calif. Was married in 1917.

Ebba Wiren (Mrs. Fred Covell), Bandon, Oregon. Taught for a short time in Astoria.

 

HOME ECONOMICS-MARCH, 1916.

 

Grace E. Benham (Mrs.)

 

KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY-MARCH, 1916.

 

Marion Theresa Quinlan (Mrs. Mullins), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Jose Kindergarten. Went to Letterman hospital, San Francisco and did reconstruction work.

 

ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTH CLASS-JUNE, 1916.

 

Mildred Agnes Adams (Mrs. Arthur White), Sacramento, Calif. Taught for a year.

Maurine Hazel Arthur, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Merced County.

Mada Bachmann, Mt. Hamilton, Calif. Taught in an ungraded school.

Wilda Bailey (Mrs. John J. Nielsen), Morgan Hill, Calif. Went to Montana to teach. Married Mr. Gallatin and lived at Morgan Hill. Afterwards taught. Three children.

Blanche Elise Ball (Mrs. Robert E. McCormick), Stockton, Calif. Taught two years. Has taken business course and worked in an office.

Morma Barbee, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in Medford, Oregon.

Reuby H. Barnhart (Mrs. Maurice H. Kebby), Coyote, Calif. Has one child.

Maude Barton, Orosi, Calif. Taught in Tulare County, Calif.

Helen M. Baugh (Mrs. Walter Wendell Wells), Culver City, Calif. Principal of Fulton school. Married July, 1927.

Mildred Isabel Bayard, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Luis Obispo County.

Roma Violetta Beach (Mrs. W. W. Carter), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught nine years. One child.

Edna Florence Beardsley (Mrs. Webster), Julian, Calif. Taught near her home.

Gertrude Pauline Biggs, Niles, Calif. Taught in Niles, afterwards in San Jose.

Mabel McCreery Black (Mrs. Miller), Springfield, Ohio. Went to Troy, Ohio to teach. Later taught in Dayton and Springfield. Took correspondence course with University of Chicago.

Jeannie Blackie (Mrs. Robert L. Stirling), Salinas, Calif. Married in 1917.

Horace Horton Blair, San Diego, Calif. Taught a short time, then went with the A.E.F. to France. On his return entered the University of California.

 

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Janet Marie Bohrman (Mrs. Monte S. Hemmy), San Jose, Calif.   Taught for about five years. Has three children.

Louise Bowerman (Mrs. George Thorp), San Jose, Calif.

George Winn Boyd, Los Angeles, Calif.   Taught in the Evening School. Playground director in Oakland while attending University of California. Was in the air service during the war. Had commission of second lieutenant. Graduated from the Advanced School, Brooks Field, San Antonio, Texas. Has his degree from the University of California. Since 1920 has been office manager of F.W. Wentworth & Co., now merged into Remington Rand Co.

Clifton L. Boyle, McCloud, Calif.   Took position at the Red Rock School, then Indian Reservation. District superintendent at McCloud.

Geneva A. Brookshire, Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught eight years. Now teaching in San Jose.

Mayme Lucille Brother, Evergreen, Calif.   Taught in Chowchilla.

Anna M. Brown (Mrs. Sanborn), Coalinga, Calif.   Taught in San Francisco. Was for a year teaching in Bishop, California.

Edna Howell Buck (Mrs. Ioan Birbeck), Oakland, Calif.   Taught five and a half years. Three children.

Gertrude Ruth Bulger, Martinez, Calif.   Taught in Martinez twelve years. Has had extension and summer courses.

Florence Estelle Burk (Mrs. Raymond W. Miller), Linden, Calif.   Taught for three years, then married Raymond W. Miller, a graduate of this school. Has one child.

Florence Louise Burns (Mrs. Lester S. Baker), Sebastopol, Calif.   Taught near her home. Now teaching in Canfield district.

Charles Burns, San Jose, Calif.   Taught for a time in the College of Pacific, then went to Fresno High school.

Marie I. Byrne (Mrs. Willis C. Jennings), Crescent City, Calif.   Went to the Hawaiian Islands to teach. Taught two years. Has two daughters.

Florence May Campbell, Hanford, Calif.   Entered the University of California.

Irene M. Campbell, Santa Rosa, Calif.   Taught in Bodega, Calif.

Edna Irene Carlson (Mrs. George Lyon Bissinger), Peoria, Arizona.   Taught one year. Has two children. Has been active in community and club work. Was president of the local Woman's Club and of the District Federation, comprising twenty-eight clubs.

Ida J. Caro, Burke, Idaho.   Taught in Hawaii.

Carol Elizabeth Carpenter, Fairfield, Calif.   Taught in Mendocino County.

Mary Anna Casanova (Mrs. Ralso M. White), Ferndale, Calif.   Taught in Humboldt County.

Kathryn Cassin, San Jose, Calif.   Has degree from U.C. Taught two years in Hawaii.

Mary Stuart Center, San Jose, Calif.   Secretary of the San Jose High school. Returned to the Teachers College and received her degree. Teaches in the Theodore Roosevelt Junior High school. Now taking a trip abroad.

Elenaor A.  Chapman (Mrs. Alonzo L. Baker), Mt. View, Calif.   Taught at Ripon two years. Took Home-making course. Worker as linotypist during war. Married a man who is editor, minister, writer and lecturer. One child. Is newspaper correspondent.

Wilma Gladys Cheatham, Antioch, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County and in Los Banos. A.B. from the University of California. Has taught ten years and is now vice-principal of the Antioch Grammar school.

Maud E. Cheda, San Luis Obispo, Calif.   Taught in Santa Maria, then went to Hawaii. Was teaching in Alpaugh.

Lois Elizabeth Chilson (Mrs. Jones), Merced, Calif.   Taught in Augusta, Colorado.

Marybelle Chilson, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Holtville, Calif.

Sunshine Sabina Chrisman, Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught at Soulsbyville, Calif.

Amelia Grace Christie (Mrs. John L. Barter), Korbel, Calif.   Taught in San Francisco.

Madge Clapp, Santa Rosa, Calif.   Took course in Business College and taught in Richmond. In 1918 received an appointment in the O.M. Department, Washington,  D.C. In 1921 she had received her degree from Iowa University and was teaching in the Castana High school.

Lurene Hazel Cook (Mrs. MacKenzie), San Jose, Calif.   Taught near Fruitvale, then in Hawaii.

Velma Gladys Cooley, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii and San Lucas.

Maude Cowee, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught.

Ruth Cordelia Cowles, Campbell, Calif.   Entered Oberlin College, Ohio.

Edith Grace Crowell, San Luis Obispo, Calif.   Taught at Edna, Calif.

Mary Hynds Crutchfield (Mrs. Foy Thompson), Martinez, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii. Married in 1920.

Veva Alice Currie, Pacific Grove, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County.

Mary Estelle Daggett, Point Arena, Calif.   Taught near Madera, Calif.

Lillian Frances Dana, Nipomo, Calif.   Taught in Santa Marguerita.

Rose Frances Davison, King City, Calif.   Taught in Sonoma County and in Tehama County. In 1919 was traveling in the east and expected to teach in Minneapolis.

Eva May Donaldson, San Jose, Calif.   Taught for a year or two then took the Home Economic course in the Santa Barbara Normal. Afterwards taught in the Santa Clara High school.

Mildred Claire Donnelly, Napa, Calif.   Taught at Gordon Valley.

Mae C. Donovan, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii.

Esther Lorainne Dool, Boulder Creek, Calif.  

Ruth Dolores Doty, Turlock, Calif.   Taught in Barstow, Calif.

Alice Emma Duncan, Campbell, Calif.   Taught in Nevada and at Ripon.

Eunice E. Edwards (Mrs. Frederickson), Patterson, Calif.   Taught at Patterson.

Hazel Eddy, Crockett, Calif.   Taught in Woodland.

Vera Eliot, Berkeley, Calif.   Taught in Sacramento.

Ruth Tiffie Elliott (Mrs. William Lavery), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Sierra City.

Edna Ellis (Mrs. Wilbur Moore), Ceres, Calif.   Taught in Keyes, Stanislaus County until her marriage in 1918.

Elizabeth A. Evers, Visalia, Calif.   Taught in Visalia.

 

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Mary Margaret Fahey, Watsonville, Calif.   Taught 12 years.

Florence Elma Fair (Mrs. L. J. Baxter), Centerville, Calif.   Went to Washta, Iowa, to teach. Married in 1919.

Marion Bernadetta Farney, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Santa Clara County.

Helen Thelma Faulkner (Mrs. Clark), Ferndale, Calif.   Taught in Humboldt.

Irma Ferguson (Mrs. M. M. Simon), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Montello, Nevada. One child.

Ruth Cecliia Firehammer (Mrs. Henry A. Lynn), Sacramento, Calif.   Taught eight years.

Helen E. Fisher (Mrs. Larkey), San Jose, Calif.

K. Margaret Fitch, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in San Francisco.

Ruby Frances Fitch (Mrs. Burtt F. Owens), Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught for ten years, two years of which were in Hawaii.

Anna Opal Fleener (Mrs. Richard A. Webb), Modesto, Calif.   Taught ten years.

Violet Agnes Folsom, Fosteria, Calif.

Hazel Cargill Forrester, Galt, Calif.   Teaching in Galt.

Jennie Fowlds, Morgan Hill, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii.

Eldora Lydia Freeman (Mrs. McCarty), Mt. View, Calif.   Taught in the Mountain View school.

Eleanor C. Freeman, Redwood City, Calif.   Taught ten years, six years as principal. Studied at U.C., Teachers Colleges at San Jose and San Francisco. Has administration credential. Now Supervisor of San Mateo schools.

Aileen Glenden Freer (Mrs. Homer Keith Fouche), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County. In 1921 was married. Two children.

Alta M. Fulton (Mrs. Wm. L. Glofelty), Patterson, Calif.   Taught. Took work at Miss Swope's school. Now teaching.

Augusta M. Funkler, Gilroy, Calif.   Taught eleven years, nine of them in Hawaii. Traveled in Japan, China, Manila, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Samoa.

Nellie H. Funke, Alhambra, Calif.   Penmanship supervisor at Twin Falls, Idaho. Later taught in Los Angeles.

Gertrude Gardiser, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in the northern part of the state, at Vineyard, and afterwards at Hollister.

Vivian Mae Gardiser (Mrs. A. S. Taylor), Paumene, Maui, T.H.   Taught in Hawaii. In 1919 she was private secretary to H. A. Baldwin, Paia, Maui.

Ruth Marion Garrett, Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Niles and in Oakland.

Ada Margaret Gerkey, Eureka, Calif.   Taught at Bridgeville, Humboldt County.

Evelyn Marguerite Ghiorzo, Newman, Calif.   Returned to the Normal for the Domestic Science course.

Margaret J. Gilchrist (Mrs. Christopher Nedersen), San Jose, Calif.   Received her degree from Stanford University. Was for a number of years executive secretary of the San Jose Chapter of the American Red Cross. Is at present coordinator of the part-time work at the San Jose High school.

Marguerite Ellen Goessi, Falk, Calif.   Taught in San Francisco.

Almina Goodman, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Modesto. Now teaching in Woodrow Wilson Junior High.

Inez Marion Green, Lakeport, Calif.   Taught.

Maude Harriet Guldborg (Mrs. Livingston), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County.

Edna Templeton Hall, Hanford, Calif.   Taught in Hanford. Is at present teaching in Fresno.

Beulah Hancock Hanner (Mrs. Lormar Smith), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in the mountains near Los Gatos. Later was in the San Jose schools.

Emma Sophia Hansen (Mrs. Monroe Sevendiman), Whitewood, S. D.   Taught in Spearfish, South Dakota.

Esther Margaret Hartung, Grass Valley, Calif.   Taught twelve years. Teaching in Grass Valley.

Ethel Hawxhurst, Klamath Falls, Ore.   Taught at Klamath Falls for a few years, then was in a newspaper office at Klamath Falls.

Cecil Blanche Haywood (Mrs. J. N. D. Hindly), Ferndale, Calif.   Taught. Was married in 1918.

Faith Merced Hemphill, San Jose, Calif.   Taught for a short time, then attended the University of California.

Ruth Anne Henson, Placerville, Calif.   Taught ten years in Placerville Grammar school. Has had summer work and correspondence course.

Ruth Ellen Hestwood, Turlock, Calif.   Taught in Roseville until she entered the University of California, from which she received her A.B. In 1922. Was elected to the National Biological Fraternity during post graduate work at University.

Elroy Budd Hill, Pittsburg, Calif.   Taught in Monterey County.

Vera Harriet Hill (Mrs. R. H. Wilkins), San Jose, Calif.   Taught ten years. Has one daughter. Has taken extension course and has special certificate in Americanization. Is teaching at the Lowell Grammar school.

Lorita Marie Hilliard (Mrs. John W. Schuler), Williams, Calif.   Taught seven years.

Ethel Mildred Hjelm (Mrs. William Bailey), Lompoc, Calif.   Has taught six years. President of the Santa Barbara County Board of Education. Has one son.

Florence Hoernig (Mrs. Clarence Roy Peters), Mt. View, Calif.   Taught nine years. Teaching now in Oakdale.

Ruth Holmes (Mrs. Travis), Honolulu, T.H.   Went to Hawaii to teach in Hilo.

Florence Adelaide Holloway, Sunnyvale, Calif.   Taught in the Sunnyvale schools.

Vida Emma Holt (Mrs. Creed M. Triplett), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Benito County eight years. Has taken summer courses.

Verna M. Holt, Gilroy, Calif.   Gilroy, Calif.   Taught near Gilroy.

Orpha M. Hopping, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in North Bend, Oregon.

Araminta C. Howe, Palo Alto, Calif.   Taught in Kern County.

Florence M. Hunter (Mrs. Karl G. Steinbeck), Long Beach, Calif.   Taught six and a half years. Was manager and buyer for school cafeteria. Married Stanford graduate.

Frances Huntington, Palo Alto, Calif.   Has received degree from Stanford University.

 

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Gail Bernice Jaderberg, Turlock, Calif.   Taught.

Ellen M. Johnson (Mrs. Ansel A. Burk), Paso Robles, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County eight years. Has one son.

Lillian Ellen Johnson, Reedley, Calif.   Taught in Tulare County. Was in Y.W.C.A. work at Long Beach.

Nellie Maude Johnson (Mrs. Geo. H. Smith), Modesto, Calif.   Taught seven years. Two children.

Jacob Karlin, San Jose, Calif.   Was principal of Hawkinsville school.

Elsie L. Keen, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Plymouth, Calif.

Waleska Kerl (Mrs. Dan Charles Derby), Wahiawa, Oahu, T.H.   Taught in her home town two years. Married manager of Libby, McNeill's pineapple plantations. Two daughters.

Alicia Kinnear (Mrs. Harold Blanchard), Laton, Calif.   Taught in Kings County one year. Three children.

James Joseph Kirby, Alameda, Calif.   Taught at McClaud. Was ensign in the officers training school during the world war. Was afterwards office manager and assistant superintendent of Frank & Hyman, shoe factory, San Francisco. Was teaching in the Lincoln school, Alameda, and working for his degree from the University of California.

Elizabeth R. Kniveton (Mrs. S. J. Dondero), Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Constantia, Calif.   Married in 1917. Later returned to college.

Elsie Emig Knobel (Mrs. Robert E. Ryan), San Jose, Calif.   Taught near San Jose two years. Two children.

Enid Rowene Lacque, Hollister, Calif.   Taught at Blue Springs, Nevada.

Ruth Elizabeth Larkey, Santa Clara, Calif.   Taught in Saratoga and at Hayward.

Georgia Sophia LeFeber, Lodi, Calif.   Taught at Lafayette, Calif.

Lucile Le Feber, Lodi, Calif.   Taught in Fresno. Was in the Edison Junior College, Fresno.

Hope Agnes Lent (Mrs. J. H. Gilman), Edenvale, Calif.   Taught in Reedley until her marriage.

Elsie Augusta Lentz (Mrs. George J. Rodoni), Roseville, Calif.   Taught about seven years. Two children. Is now substitute teacher.

Elsie Marie Letsom, Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught in Stanislaus County.

Marie L. Le Tourneau, Long Beach, Calif.   Taught in the southern part of the state and in Arizona. Entered missionary training school in New York and went to China in 1921.

Alta L. Lewis, Paso Robles, Calif.   Taught in Nordhoff, Calif.

Constance H. Lewis (Mrs. Geo. Ray Frasier), San Francsico, Calif.   Taught four years. Has had clerical position with S.P. Statistician of W.P.R.R. One child.

Verna Belle Lewis (Mrs. Howard L. Hoy) (deceased).   Taught in San Luis Obispo County. Died Sept. 19, 1927.

Edna Beatrice Leslie, Nordhoff, Calif.   Taught.

Alida Margarete Lilly, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught in Michigan Bar, Calif.

Edith Claire Linek, Mt. View, Calif.   Was principal at Kentweed. Was teaching in Berkeley.

Eva F. Liverato, Oakland, Calif.   Went to Rice, Arizona to teach. Returned to California and taught in Campo Seco.

Annie Hutchinson Logan, Alvarado, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii.

Ramona Viola Lundy, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Elk City, Oregon.

May Eloise Lynch, San Mateo, Calif.   Taught in San Mateo County. Was deputy county recorder in 1920. Later taught in Watsonville.

Viola Virginia Lynch, Richmond, Calif.    Taught near Concord.

Emily Alice McCurdy (Mrs. Harry Pond), Scotia, Calif.   Taught in Humboldt County in Eureka schools seven years. Now teaching music. Two boys.

Roma K. McGriff (Mrs. F. B. Nelson), Woodland, Calif.   Was married in 1917.

Mary Ellinor Maciel, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Milpitas.

Ida E. Maggini, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in the San Jose schools.

Lillian Roberta Makin (Mrs. Roy S. Bissell), Dos Palos, Calif.   Taught in Tranquillity, Fresno County, and in Dos Palos eleven years. Now teaching in Redwood City.

Eunice Ruffe Marshall, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii for a few years, then returned and taught at Ceres.

Lydia Louise Martens (Mrs. L. B. Gillaspie), Mt. View, Calif.   Taught in San Miguel, Calif. until her marriage in 1917.

Gladys Irene Mathews (Mrs. Townsend), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Sacramento County until her marriage in 1918.

Mabel Melhus, Hollister, Calif.   Taught in Mendocino County and in San Benito County. Attended University of California.

Verna M. Merkey (Mrs. Larry R. Moran), Fortuna, Calif.   Taught in Washington for a year or so, then returned to California and taught in Samoa nine years. Two children.

Ruth Estelle Merrill (Mrs. E. S. Bishop), Soquel, Calif.   Taught near Watsonville three years. Two children.

A. Emma Meynier (Mrs. I. N. Sinex II), San Jose, Calif.   Took business course. Had clerical position in government, Washington, D.C. Has traveled. One daughter.

Marie Olive Miller (Mrs. Leik), Sacramento, Calif.   Taught at Folsom. In 1919 was in the office of the State Board of Education.

Raymond Wiley Miller, Linden, Calif.   Taught one year. Married Florence Estelle Burk. One child.

Mildred Keys Minaker (Mrs. W. E. Lotz), San Jose, Calif.   Taught ten years.

Emalyn Molise, Elk, Calif.   Taught.

Walter Edwin Mooney, San Martin, Calif.   Went to Hawaii to teach. Was in the Military service for one year.

Hattie Jane Muir (Mrs. Jacobs), Willits, Calif.   Taught in Willits.

Florence L. Mullen, Gilroy, Calif.   Taught near Gilroy.

Esther Murphy, Brentwood, Calif.   Taught near Brentwood.

Lydia Isabella Nace, Santa Clara, Calif.

 

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Adah Caroline Nelson, Campbell, Calif.   Returned to the Normal for the Home Economics course, then taught in King City.

Josie Nelson (Mrs. Harry G. Lorenson), Newman, Calif.   Taught at Newman.

Lillian Augusta Nelson (Mrs. Lester E. Lewelling), St. Helena, Calif.   Taught near St. Helena six years. Married 1922. One daughter.

Thelma Gertrude Ninnis (Mrs. Albert W. Ladum), Tacoma, Wash.   Taught in Juneau, Alaska. Two boys.

Emma Katherine Norgard (Mrs. Eriksen), Ukiah, Calif.   Taught in Ukiah, later at Petaluma. Has done work in U.C., U. of Washington and University of Chicago. Has traveled in U.S. and Canada. Now teaching in Sebastopol.

Elaine Norton (Mrs. Edward J. Hunter), Tomales, Calif.   Taught in Valley Ford. Now principal of Tomales school.

May Josephine O'Brien, Santa Clara, Calif.   Taught in Agnew.

Margaret F. O'Connell, Nevada City, Calif.   Taught in the Sacramento schools. Returned to College and received her A.B. in 1927.

Anna Mildred Odell, Pt. Richmond, Calif.   Taught in Bisbee, Arizona. Returned for the Home Economics course, then taught at Sheldon school, Pinole. She then worked for the Standard Oil Co.

Annie O'Donnell, Fresno, Calif.   Taught in Fresno.

Emma R. Opie, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in Artesia, Nevada, and at Lemoore, Calif. Now teaching in San Francisco. Has taken Chiropractic course and expects soon to open an office in bay region. Has traveled in Japan, Philippines and also Hawaii, where she taught two years.

Hazel H. Osborn (Mrs. George H. Taylor), Madera, Calif.   Has taught for eleven years in Madera. Has attended Business College. During the war was secretary for the Board of Exemption in Fresno. At present (1927) principal of the Pershing school in Madera.

Esther M. Packwood, Windsor, Calif.   Taught near Windsor.

L. Bernice Packwood, Windsor, Calif.   Taught in Windsor.

Constande Catherine Pardee, Hayward, Calif.   Taught in Westwood school.

Minerva Parker, Saratoga, Calif.   Re-entered the Normal school for further work, then went into government service. Was stationed in Washington, D.C.

Mabel V. Parrent, San Jose, Calif.   Taught at Parlier.

Helen Florence Paull, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Siskiyou County, in Mono and San Benito County. Later taught in the Hester school, San Jose.

Iva J. Phillips (Mrs. T. J. Armstrong), San Jose, Calif.   Returned for the Kindergarten course. Taught the kindergarten at Willow Glen until her marriage. Has two children.

Ilse Christine Pierce (Mrs. John Holt), Santa Cruz, Calif.   Taught in Santa Cruz seven years. One child.

Helen Folsom Pratt, Berkeley, Calif.   Took business course at the Munson school.

Miriam Isabel Proctor, Hughson, Calif.   Taught at Hughson.

Anna Prouty, Ione, Calif.   Went to Hawaii to teach. On her return taught near Ione.

Gertrude Maude Putman, Oakland, Calif.   Taught McKinley school near San Jose. Was substituting in the Oakland schools.

Loretta Rafter, Nevada City, Calif.   Taught in Colfax.

Xavie Reager (Mrs. E. Hutchison Graham), Portland, Oregon.   Taught nine years. Has one daughter.

Helena Louise Revallier, San Jose, Calif.   Taught at Lemoore.

Marie Lucille Revallier, San Jose Calif.   Taught at San Ardo.

Elsie Marie Rippe, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in Colma school, San Mateo County.

Doris Elizabeth Ritchie (Mrs. Norman M. Robertson), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Watsonville for a year, and for two years in the Pala school. One child.

Roma L. Roberts (Mrs. R. B. Chandler), Los Gatos, Calif.   Taught near Los Gatos until her marriage in 1918.

Iva Irene Rogers, Mt. View, Calif.   Did some private teaching.

J. Adelaide Ruscoe (Mrs. W. E. Robertson), Oakland, Calif.   Taught in Mendocino County until her marriage in 1918.

Ruby E. Russell (Mrs. Bush), Madera, Calif.   Taught in Madera County.

Marguerite C. Ryan, San Jose, Calif.   Received her degree from Stanford in 1918.

Josephine San Philip, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in the San Jose schools.

Vivian Saunders (Mrs. Albert Shanklin), Lompoc, Calif.   Taught in the Lompoc school for a short time, then took civil service examination and was assigned to the Lompoc post office. Has one daughter. Occasionally substitutes in the post office now.

Ella K. Schrapfer (Mrs. Arthur M. Smith), Springfield, Ohio.   Went to Hawaii to teach for a year. Two children.

Emily Bunting Scott, Santa Clara, Calif.   Taught near Pleasanton, then at Scotts Bar.

Esther Anna Scott, Santa Clara, Calif.   Taught at Monterey County for a few years, then at Milliken, Santa Clara County. Is at present (1927) in the Theodore Roosevelt Junior High.

Eudora F. Scott (Mrs. Hugh G. Rodgers), Fresno, Calif.   Taught in Merced County until her marriage in 1920 to the district manager of the California Alfalfa association.

Bertha Mae Seaman, Mendocino, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii.

Dorothy Olive Shambaugh, Campbell, Calif.   Taught in Sierra County, then in Gonzales.

Helen Drew Shambaugh, Campbell, Calif.   Taught in Yolo County and in Berkeley, where she was working for her degree.

Mary Frances Shaw, San Jose, Calif.

Philothea C. Sheehy, Nipomo, Calif.    Taught in Nipomo, Calif.

Ruby Shepard, Coyote, Calif.   Taught at Baker, Nevada.

David H. Smith, Stockton, Calif.   Principal of school in Fallon, Nevada, for a year. Then was principal of Stockton school. Attended the University of California. Married Gertrude Drumm. Is teaching in Stockton school.

 

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Gladys Helen Smith, Saratoga, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii.

Einar Ralph Sorensen, Oakland, Calif.   Received his degree from Stanford in 1920. Was in war service over-seas. Was for four years vice-principal of the Haight school, Alameda. Is now vice-principal of the Washington school, Alameda.

Emily Edith Sparkes (Mrs. G. C. Jordan), Redwood City, Calif.   Was married in November, 1916.

John Edwin Squires Jr., San Francisco, Calif.   Taught in the Madera schools. During the World War was in Y.M.C.A. work at the Presidio.

Marie Charlotte Staheli, Kelseyville, Calif.   Taught near Kelseyville.

Ella Robison Stalker, San Jose, Calif.   Teaching in San Jose. Has taken extension work. Two children.

Elizabeth Mae Stephens, Dixon, Calif.   Taught at her home at Dixon ten years. Studied at U.C., Miss Swope's School, and Reed College. During World War worked in Physio-Therapy.

Agnes Stewart (Mrs. H. F. Mason), Turlock, Calif.   Taught near Turlock and in Kansas City, Mo.

Ellen Elector Stoyell, Newman, Calif.   Taught at Newman.

Elsie Mera Streeter, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Rocklin.

Mabel M. Streeter, Cupertino, Calif.   Taught in Mendocino County.

Irene Sullivan, Watsonville, Calif.   Taught near Watsonville.

Grace Alice Swall (Mrs. Henry Minetti), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County seven years. Has been librarian and newspaper reporter. One boy. Now teaching in Cayucas.

Lucretta Josephine Swift, Latrobe, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii. On her return in 1918 she entered the Munson school for Private Secretaries.

Maude E. Swope, Berkeley, Calif.   Returned to the Normal for the Home Economics work. Taught in Dunsmuir, and in the Technical High school Oakland, while attending University of California.

Grace E. Taber, Capay, Calif.   Principal at Esparto Grammar school.

Hildur Edith Tannlund, Mendocino, Calif.   Taught at Greenwood, Calif.

Erma C. Taylor (Mrs. W. J. Hufford),  Whitmore, Calif.   Taught near Red Bluff.

Leo E. Taylor, Oakland, Calif.   Taught at Reedley and in Oakland nine years. Has A.B. from U.C. Was lieutenant in A.E.F. Married Hazel Carpenter.

Anthony Texeira, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in the Milpitas school and in the San Jose High. Was in the U.S. Navy during the World War. Attended Stanford. Married Miss M. E. Modsen. Is at the time (1927) instructor of Mechanical Drawing in the San Jose High school.

Ila Mae Tigh, Fresno, Calif.   Taught at Mendota.

Louise Lovie Thomas, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught at Burlingame.

Nellie M. Thompson, Coalinga, Calif.   Taught near Coalinga twelve years. Vice-principal of school.

Eva Thurman (Mrs. Ed. S. Van Devender), San Francisco, Calif.   Taught near Healdsburg.

Alice Toft (Mrs. Charles Roger Hicks), Reno, Nevada.   Taught six years. Has had some work at Stanford, also library course, University of Nevada.

Alice C. Townsend, Stockton, Calif.   Taught at Newman, then in Stockton for nine years. Had summer school at the University of California and at the Normal school. At present (1927) teaching in the Stockton school department.

Dorothy Frances Uren, Watsonville, Calif.   Taught eleven years. Now teaching in Watsonville.

Maude Van Deusen, San Francisco, Calif.   Taught twelve years. Has had U.C. extension work. Was for three years in school of juvenile court. Now teaching.

Iva M. VanHook (Mrs. J. H. Mitchem), Huntington Park, Calif.   Taught at Dos Palos until her marriage in 1919. Has taught nine years. Now teaching in Los Angeles.

Gladys S. Waddington (Mrs. Victor Handley), Soledad, Calif.   Married in September, 1916. Taught three years. Has two daughters.

Paul Rogers Wagner, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Soulsbyville County(sic).

Emma K. Waldegrave, San Jose, Calif.    Teaching in the Palo Alto schools. Kindergarten diploma in 1899, when Emma Kooser.

Evelyn Walker, Palo Alto, Calif.   Taught at Gold Hill, Oregon. During the war did office work at Palo Alto. Returned to the Normal school for Physical Education. Taught in Hawaii. Had charge of hospital school. Is now assistant to the financial secretary of Castilleja school.

Christine Walther, Oakdale, Calif.   Taught in Hickman, Calif.

Hilda Beatrice Watkins, Sacramento, Calif.   Taught at Brighton, Calif.

Mary Doris Watkin (Mrs. Thomas Brown), Sacramento, Calif.   Taught at Florin. Has had European trip. Teaching in Sacramento.

Lola Marguerite Weaver (Mrs. Walter M. Stevens), San Jose, Calif.   Taught in the McKinley school, San Jose. Returned to the college for further study. Has two children.

Lorraine Wessing (Mrs. Samuel Atwood McKeehan), Nicolaus, Calif.   Taught at Calistoga until her marriage in 1919.

Vera White, Oakland, Calif.   Returned to the Normal school for the Household Arts course. Taught and later was in the Oakland school department.

Clara Matilda Whittlesey (Mrs. M. D.  Woodruff), Orland, Calif.   Taught in Merced County. Was married in 1919.

Esther Flo Wilcoxon (Mrs. Merel F. Baker), East Auburn, Calif.    Taught in Placer County. Part of the time has position at Newcastle. Was for five years a teacher in the Grant school, San Jose. Is at present teaching in the San Jose schools.

Caroline Pitkin Williams (Mrs. Hummel), Wrights, Calif.   Taught in Hawaii for several years. Married in 1920.

Ruth Olive Williams, San Jose, Calif.   Taught in Angels Camp, Calif.

Genevieve Katheryn Williamson (Mrs. Louis E. Anderson), Salinas, Calif.   Taught in San Luis Obispo County. One child. Teaching in Salinas.

 

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Rose M. Willis, Denair, Calif. Taught in Denair and in Stanislaus County. In 1919 was in Phoenix, Arizona. Afterwards was bookkeeper in Crockett.

Zola E. Wilson (Mrs. McVicar), Loyalton, Calif. Taught in Loyalton, Calif.

Agnes M. Wright, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey County.

Ethel Wrigley, Falk, Calif.

Ruth Wyckoff, Oroville, Calif. Taught in Glenn County.

Mary B. Wythe (deceased). Taught Household Arts in San Francisco. Died in January, 1919.

Clara Elizabeth Yager, Berkeley, Calif. Taught in the Stanford Campus school.

Emma Mildred Young, Nevada City, Calif. Taught in Nevada City, Calif.

 

HOME ECONOMICS-JUNE, 1916.

 

M. Jean Bartholomew (Mrs. A. B. Innis), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Richmond.

Grace H. Benham (Mrs.), See class report, June, 1915.

Veva Arlena Blood, See Class report, June, 1912.

Marguerite Jessie Bozarth, See Class Report, June, 1913.

Stella Torbert Davis, See Class Report June, 1908, Stella Torbert.

Beryl Irene Farley, See Class Report, June, 1915.

Elizabeth Frick, Oroville, Calif. Taught near Oroville.

Naomi C. Green, San Jose, Calif. Taught in San Jose evening school.

Ruth Hill, Arcata, Calif.

Mabel E. Thomson, See Class Report June, 1903.

Harried May Tidmarsh, San Jose, Calif. Attended College of Pacific. Taught in Stillwater, Nevada.

Vera White, Lakeport, Calif.

Eunice Catherine Yager, Ione, Calif.

 

KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY-JUNE, 1915.

 

Josephine Fitch Campbell, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Spreckles.

Marguerite Elizabeth Derby, Visalia, Calif. Taught in Coalinga and Visalia.

Lois Berniece Fegan (Mrs. Earnest Tirey), San Diego, Calif. Taught in Hester Kindergarten.

Nina Jessie Forth (Mrs. John F. Voss), Santa Rosa, Calif. Taught in Santa Clara, Fresno and Los Gatos.

Grace M. Gray, Modesto, Calif. Taught in Modesto.

Winifred Irene Hewett (Mrs. Marcus J. Vertin), Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in San Jose Kindergarten.

Ruth Enid Isaacs (Mrs. McIntire), Williams, Calif. Taught in Eldridge.

Velma Kaerth, Colusa, Calif. Taught in Sacramento.

Helen E. Kirtland (Mrs. Roy Merrill Barbes), Glendale, Calif. Taught in Redwood City. Married in 1920. Two children.

Hyldred Grahame Knapp (Mrs. Riggs), San Jose, Calif. See Class Report June, 1915.

Edith E. M. Landels, San Jose, Calif. See Class Report June, 1915.

Martha Newland Lauriston (Mrs. Sword), San Francisco, Calif. Taught in San Mateo.

Marian Lawler McIntyre (Mrs. Harry B. Corlett), Napa, Calif. Went with her husband to France for Red Cross work.

Herma Booth Mothorn (Mrs. Benonia Jones), Healdsburg, Calif.

Mary Irving Olds (Mrs. W. D. Emery), Porterville, Calif. Taught in Porterville.

Mae-Marien Osburn, Los Gatos, Calif. Taught in Farndale. Was in Hawaii for a year or two.

Marguerite Pratt (Mrs. Richard Ray Randall), Fresno, Calif. Taught in Goldfield, Nevada.

Clara Josephine Seiter, San Jose, Calif. Taught in Hawthorne school, San Jose.

Mary Sutherland Stansbery (Mrs.), Sacramento, Calif. Taught in both private and public schools. Taught Dr. Hubert Work, Secretary of Interior, for three years and later taught his children.

 

MANUAL OR INDUSTRIAL ARTS-JUNE, 1916.

 

Bessie Geneva Bentley, Palo Alto, Calif.

Fred Wallace Ekstrand

Herbert Lathrop Hunn

Harold Wallace Jewett, San Jose, Calif. Entered Stanford University. Was in war service.

Ada Gertrude Lattig

C. Fisk Wells

Robert M. Wilson

 

MUSIC-JUNE, 1916.

 

Mary Idylyne Carroll, San Jose, Calif.

Frances Loretta Pew, San Jose, Calif.

 

DRAWING-JUNE, 1916.

 

Aleta Bernardine Corcoran

Fannie Fern Treasure

Estelle Ione Boyd

 

ONE HUNDRED AND NINTH CLASS-DECEMBER, 1916.

 

Dorothy Adams, San Jose, Calif.

Eva Verna Austin (Mrs. Ivon King), Hollister, Calif. Taught in Hawaii. Was married July 18, 1917.

George Boehmer, Richmond, Calif. Returned to the Normal school for the Industrial Arts Course. After his graduation in 1917 entered the army and was in the sanitary squad at Camp Lewis, Washington. Became vice-principal of Richmond school. Graduated from Dental College, U.C. Practicing in Richmond. Married.

Ruth Brooks, Sacramento, Calif. Taught in Madera, then entered Stanford and took law course. Law secretary.

Helen Louise Brown, Gilroy, Calif.

Helen Lefa Castle (Mrs. Broderick), Berkeley, Calif. Taught near Porterville. Afterwards was in Crockett school for two years. Married in 1921.

Ina G. Cochran, Medford, Oregon. Taught in the Medford schools.

Carolyn B. Connick, Eureka, Calif. Taught in Arcata.

 

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Candace Angelina Craig (Mrs. J. C. Lent), San Jose, Calif. Attended the College of Pacific until 1918. Has three children.

Mabel Crooks, Benicia, Calif.

Mary Dolores Dalesandro, San Jose, Calif. Teaching in the Grant Grammar school.

Henrietta Dyer (Mrs. Carrol Sullivan), Hollister, Calif. Taught five years, two of them as principal. Attended Business college and was in an office two years. One child.

Kathryn Elliott (Mrs. McMillan), Pacific Grove, Calif.

Bessie Helen Flewelling (Mrs. Chester C. Haub), Modesto, Calif. Taught eleven years. Has taken extension courses.

Gladys Hortense Gagliardo (Mrs. Cyril Golding), San Jose, Calif. Was secretary to the Braslan Seed Growers Company. In 1920 was married to Dr. Cyril Golding of Kapaam Kauai, T.H.

Mildred Fraser Goodcell, Los Angeles, Calif. Taught in a private school, Berkeley Hall, Los Angeles.

Margaret Merle Goodfellow (Mrs. Chester Carpenter Roberts), Suisun, Calif. Taught three and a half years. Two children.

Mary Amelia Gore, Calexico, Calif. Taught eleven years. Now teaching in Calexico.

Margaret E. Grauss, Calistoga, Calif. Has taught ten years, in Calistoga, Vallejo and Pasadena. Has just been elected principal of one of the Vallejo schools, Farragut, but has been given a year's leave of absence.

Alice R. Hagerty, Woodland, Calif.

Edith Harvey Heron, San Jose, Calif. Took the art course at the Normal school and received her secondary diploma, after which she taught hand craft at the State Hospital at Stockton. Later she taught hand craft at the Livermore sanitarium. Took course in the California School of Arts and Crafts in Berkeley. Is at present (1927) in the Teachers College working for her degree.

Estella Hoisholt, Oakdale, Calif. Has been a teacher in the Normal School (now Teachers College) since 1919. Took her degree from Stanford in 1922. Has specialized in art, and is at present (1927) on a leave of absence for further study in New York, after which she plans to take a trip abroad.

Edith Jardine How (Mrs. Guy E. Crow), Madera, Calif. Taught in Madera County. Took position as bookkeeper for a few months.

Bernice M. Jones (Mrs. Hobart Z. Chenoweth), Santa Maria, Calif. Substituted for a time. Took a business course. Married August 13, 1921.

Gladys I. King, Petaluma, Calif.

Joseph Clarence Martinie, Wrights, Calif. Was principal of a grammar school for seven years. Also taught in a private school for two years. Is in the agricultural business.

Helen McElroy (Mrs. Marian B. Cross), Merced, Calif. Taught two years. Two children.

Milford Lloyd Morgan, Dixon, Calif. Was teaching in Vallejo until her entered the army in 1917.

Dora C. Mortensen, Paso Robles, Calif. Attended the University of California. Taught in Trinity County and in San Francisco.

Harold Mosher, Pacific Grove, Calif. Taught in Penryn. Attended Stanford. Married Anne O'Brien in 1921. Is at present (1927) teaching in the Monterey High school.

Joseph Nathanson, San Francisco, Calif. Had two years in College of Pharmacy, U.C. Proprietor of Nathanson Pharmacy, Inc. Married Pearl E. Taylor. Was in active service during World War. Meuse-Argonne, St. Mihiel and Lys-Scheldt offensives. Was wounded in action Co. A. 361st Infantry.

Marie Gertrude Perry (Mrs. Gragg), Monterey, Calif. Taught in Hawaii for a year, then returned and taught the Tassajara school. Was married in 1920.

Frank Norris Plummer, San Jose, Calif. Principal of Lompoc Grammar school, and of school at Taft. Was connected with the Industrial Arts department of the San Jose school for a time. Was in the Naval Auxiliary Reserve school in Chicago, Illinois, Cleveland, Ohio and Pelham Bay, New York. Was commissioned ensign and was for three years and ten months in the service during the world war. On receiving his discharge entered the medical school of ophthalmology and optometry in Los Angeles, graduated and has practiced his profession in San Jose since 1921. Married Sara B. White. One child.

Marie Hornbrook Redwine (Mrs. Baker), Santa Maria, Calif. Taught in Willits.

Imogene M. Reed, San Jose, Calif. Teaching in the Hawthorne Grammar school, San Jose.

Madeline Shafer Rose, Watsonville, Calif. Taught near Watsonville.

Vera G. Sanor, San Jose, Calif.

Alta M. Sims (Mrs. Harry L. Bunker), Oakland, Calif. Taught in Niles, then went to the Oakland recreation department. Attended University of California. Is general supervisor of girls' activities and assistant director of Physical Education in Oakland school department.

Sophia Frances Spicer (Mrs. Lee Alfred Nace), Colusa, Calif. Taught eight years. One child.

Esther Spiekerman, Lodi, Calif. Taught near Lodi.

Clara V. Strain, Anaconda, Mont.

Rose B. Tavernetti, Salinas, Calif. Taught in Monterey and in Santa Cruz Counties. Has taken advantage of the summer courses offered in Fresno, Berkeley and San Francisco. Is at present (1927) on a leave of absence from the Watsonville school in order to work for her degree in the San Jose Teachers College.

Tekla K. Weik, Astoria, Oregon. Teaching in Astoria.

 

HOME ECONOMICS-DECEMBER, 1916.

 

Jessie Agnes Smiley (Mrs. D. R. Hoagland), San Francisco, Calif.

 

MUSIC-DECEMBER, 1916.

 

Gladys Argall (Mrs. Edward A. Danforth), San Jose, Calif. Assisted in music department of Normal school. Two children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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