THE COUNTY TEACHER INSTITUTES
 


Large Attendance--Good Program Carried Out--Interesting Addresses on Corn Growing and Canning of Vegetables, Etc.


The following is a list of the teachers of the county--all attending except the colored schools which have their separate institute, Bay City which have already held their institute, and Palacios, which, being in the midst of their examinations were excused:
 


Sexton School - Bay City Postoffice - Miss Mamie T. Schmid
Bucks Bayou School - Bay City Postoffice - Miss William Conger
Gee School - Bay City Postoffice - Foster Millner
Caney - Miss Rosina Montier

Caney Switch - Caney Postoffice - Miss Izora Toups
Cedar Lane - Miss Mabel Schaffer

Gainesmore - Miss Ethel Warren

Sargent - E. R. Hunt
Riceville - Wadsworth Postoffice - Miss Amy Jacobson

Wadsworth - School waiting on building just ___
Van Vleck - Mrs. W. H. Bell
Ashwood - Miss Minnie Harper
Pledger - Miss Myrtle Brewer
Chalmers - Miss Winnie D. Turner
Nor Irrig. - Markham Postoffice - Miss Nena Bailey
Clemville - Miss Nell Brown
Midfield - Mr. H. L. Brown, Mrs. H. L. Brown, Mrs. Clarence B. Goin, Miss Byrtha Harris
Blessing - Mr. L. D. Midgett, Mrs. C. E. Damon, Miss Nettie G. Harmonson, Miss Edna I. Woodruff
Prairie Center School - Palacios Postoffice - Mr. A. L. Dyer, Miss Bess Watkins
Turtle Bay - Palacios Postoffice - Miss Jennette Lewis
Buckeye - Miss Willie Mae Colbert, Miss Matie Brewer
Ashby -  Mrs. A. W. McKelvey
Collegeport - Mr. Jas. E. Booth, Mrs. Della M. Booth, Miss Lytton Booth
Citrusgrove - Miss Myrtle Benedict, Miss Ruth Snedaker, (So. End)
Pheasant Switch - Palacios Postoffice - Miss Florence Williamson

Bay City Independent School District - R. E. Scott, Supt.; O. T. Ryan, Mathematics and Manual Training;Miss Jane Webb Allsup, Domestic Economy; Miss Virginia O'Neal, English; Miss Louisville Marshall, Latin and German; C. E. Miller, History and Science.
Grammar School - R. B. Vest, Misses Mamaie Schaedel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Annie Leppard, Tommie Woosie
Primary Department - 4th, Misses Lillie Miller and Maggie Conger; 3rd, Miss Mamie Gusman and Lillie Moffett; 2nd, Misses Carrie Stewart and Carrie Salley; 1st, Misses Lula Brewer and Tenie Holmes
Supernumerary -- Miss Mary Ladd

Palacios Independent School District - H. L. B. Skinner, Supt.; Misses Lula Nix, Janie Winston, Elma D. Huffman, Lillian Hester, Reta Yockey, Bessie Belknap, Leta Bleel Cross, Mr. C. V. Snyder

Matagorda Independent School Dist. - W. H. Smith, Supt.; Misses Bertha Boyd, Bertha Funk, and Lula Belle Salley.
Markham Independent School District
- F. E. Brown, Supt.; Miss Brown, Mrs. Ora Moxley, Miss Lucy Frazier


COLORED TEACHERS

Warren Bridge - Caney P. O. - Nina James
Live Oak - Cedar Lane P. O. - Dora Brown
Mt. Pilgrim - Caney P. O. - P. Y. Henderson
Vann - Cedar Lane P. O. - C. A. Newton
Shiloh - Cedar Lane P. O. - Leyla Taylor
Van Vleck - V. L. Harris
Allenhurst - Van Vleck P. O. - Anita B. Harris
Ashwood - Harry E. Williams
Pledger - W. D. Newton, H. L. Newton
Ashwood - L. E. Kemp
Wilson Creek - Unsupplied
Bay City - A. G. Hilliard, Dorris Steen
Matagorda -  F. C. Edwards
Markham - Cornelia Worth

The Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, January 16, 1914
 

 


COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE
 


The Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, September 7, 1915
 

The teachers of the city and county met here in the high school building Monday morning, with County Superintendent W. C. Gray as conductor.
 

About fifty teachers are present, and there may be some others come in today. Those attending are as follows:
 


Bay City

Sup't R. E. Scott

A. A. Aldridge

T. L. Smith

Miss Virginia O'Neal

Miss Olga Grote

Miss Grace Keese

Miss Lou Ella Baker

Miss Julia Krause,

Miss Elizabeth Gilbert

Miss Cecil Lawrence

Miss Mary Lou Carter

Miss Carrie Stewart
Vivian Daniels

Mamie Gusman

Tenie Holmes

Lillian Moffet

Lula Bruner

Daisy Cookenboo

 

Matagorda

Sup't ____ Bateman

Miss Bertha Funk

Miss Bertha Boyd

Miss Lula Belle Sally

Calie Gove

 

Wadsworth

H. L. Brown

Mrs. H. L. Brown

 

Collegeport

J. R. Laslie

Miss Eric Griffites

 

Blessing

L. D. Midgett, principal

Mrs. Ora Moxley

Miss Edna L. Woodruff

Miss Nona Bailey

Miss Johnnie Mae Myers


Midfields

Miss Maude Marshall

Miss Leofa Green

 

Dunbar

A. L. Dyer

E. B. Griffin

 

Pledger

C. L. Shaffer

Mrs. Hellar

 

Markham

W. F. Pack, principal

M. B. Paris

O. Graham

Miss Grace Wilson

 

Citrus Grove

Elda Jacobson

 

Van Vleck

M. C. Jaynes

 

Northern Irrigation

Miss Pearl Love

 

Buckners Prairie

Miss Lillian LeSage

 

Riceville

Miss Corrine Millican

 

Gainesmore

Miss Lizzie Mims

 

Coney

Miss Belle McGlothlin

 

DeMoss

Miss Jessie Merck

 


Turtle Bay

T. M. Peper

 

Ashwood

Miss Ola Rainey

 

Clemville

Miss Dora Rogers

A. C. Rogers

 

Chalmers

Miss Valenia Sweeney

 

Buckeye

Miss E. Spencer

E. R. Hunt

Miss Myrtle Benedict

 

El Scott

Miss Lottie Ware

 

El Maton

Charles Yeamans

 

Buck's Bayou

Miss Ida Yeager

 

Lukefahr

Miss Beulah Andrews

 

Ohio Colony

O. G. Craibell

 

Bernard

Mrs. R. E. Clark

 

Ashby

Miss Leilla Driskill

B. Hill

 

Cedar Lane

B. Harrison

 


County Teachers Institute

Now in Session At the Court House and High School Sept. 4-8 Inclusive
 

The school teachers are with us in force this week. We have two institutes in session—city, under direction of Superintendent R. E. Scott, at the high school building, and the county institute at the court house.
 

The News-Farmer regrets that absence in Matagorda on Monday and part of Tuesday prevented a fuller report this week. But suffice it that there were good programs and the teachers were interested and profited by the exercises of the week. We are pleased to see familiar faces and miss several friends among them. Prof. A. L. Dyer who has taught two years at Prairie Center and had been elected Superintendent at Markham, was compelled to resign to go back to Tennessee to administer on his father’s estate, his father having recently died. Prof. Dyer is succeeded at Markham by Prof. McNeal from Denton. C. L. Bateman of Matagorda, who rather mysteriously disappeared at the last moment, is succeeded by Prof. Brown of Port O’Connor. J. W. Kirkpatrick of Collegeport succeeds Mr. Laslie who goes to Austwell. Chas. Yeamans of Citrus Grove succeeds C. O. Shafer who was elected Superintendent at Brazoria last spring.


Mrs. C. E. Damon of San Antonio, who taught a year or so at Blessing a few years ago, has been engaged by the Ashby Trustees; and the Sexton trustees secure Mrs. Mary Abercrombie from East Texas.


Midfield and Blessing have made an even exchange of School Superintendents. It was an even swap—both parties at first wanted boot, and the compromise was on even. Prof. Midgett has been superintendent of the schools at Blessing for several years, long enough to leave his impress on the seat of learning of half of the boys; and Prof. Crowder has done well at Midfield. Both are capable school men and will earn their salaries if the patrons will just stand by them.


The News-Farmer has heretofore given the new city school faculty and movements of the former teachers, and can only regret its inability to give a fill report of the institute proceedings.

 

The Matagorda County News and Midcoast Farmer, September 5, 1916

 


County Institute In Progress
The Teachers of Public Schools Preparing for New Year’s Work.
 

The Matagorda County teachers’ institute was called to order yesterday at 10 a. m. by County Superintendent W. C. Gray. The meetings are being held at the courthouse. Rev. L. E. Selfridge, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Bay City, conducted the opening devotional exercises, reading as his text James 1:3-18, and giving some excellent points on the responsibility of the teacher. The Scripture selection was a very happy one which all teachers could with profit go over and over during the coming year.
 

Following the offertory, prayer and organization was perfected making Prof. Jno. W. Kirkpatrick of Collegeport chairman and Principal Will C. Jaynes of Van Vleck, secretary. Mr. Jaynes was secretary during the session of last year.


There are a few new faces in the institute over last year, but the majority of the old teachers remain in the county. There have been several changes within the different districts, but none which have been except for the betterment and advancement of the teacher.


A registration of teachers present was taken and fifty teachers were found to be present. Sickness has prevented one or two from enrolling on the first day. Those present at roll call on the first day were as follows, together with the place they are to teach for the scholastic term, 1916-17.

Mrs. Mary Abercrombie

Sexton

Miss Lura Arnold

Buck’s Bayou

Miss Bertha Boyd

Matagorda

Miss Myrtle Benedict

Buckeye

Miss Nena Bailey

Chalmers

H. L. Brown

Wadsworth

Mrs. H. L. Brown

Wadsworth

Miss Lera Cloar

Blessing

O. B. Crowder

Blessing

O. J. Crabill

Sargent

Miss Eloise Dayvault

El Maton

Miss Leila Driskill

Dunbar

Mrs. C. E. Damon

Ashby

Miss Bertha Funk

Matagorda

Miss Leafa Green

Buckeye

M. L. Heisey

Bernard

Mrs. Holland

Pledger

Miss Pearl Hale

Midfield

Miss Lorena Ifland

Northern Irrigation Co., Markham.

Miss Elda Johnson

Citrus Grove

M. C. Jaynes

Van Vleck

Mrs. M. C. Jaynes

Van Vleck

Miss Blanche Kirk

Ashwood

Jno. W. Kirkpatrick

Collegeport

Miss Lillian LeSage

Lukefahr

Mrs. Eleanor Lauderback

Turtle Bay

Miss Pearl Love

DeMoss

Miss Mary Linderwood

Ashby

Miss Jessie Merck

Simpsonville

Mrs. Ara F. Moxley

Blessing

Miss Corinne Millican

Riceville

Mrs. Edna Magee

Turtle Bay

G. R. McNiel

Markham

L. D. Midgett

Midfield

Mrs. Mary R. Parris

Markham

T. M. Pepper

Northern Irrigation Co., Markham

Miss Ola Rainey

El Scott

Miss Loula Belle Salley

Matagorda

Miss Esther Sparks

Collegeport

Miss Ethel Spence

Buckeye

Miss Bessie Schaedel

Matthews

Miss Altee Smith

Markham

Miss Lottie Ware

Van Vleck

Miss Edna Woodruff

Blessing

Miss Marie Wimmer

El Maton

Chas. A. Yeamans

Pledger

Miss Ida Yeager

Blessing


Matagorda County Tribune
, September 8, 1916
 


 


Teacher's Institute
September 4 -  6, 1929

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

Beryl Bell

A. O. Thompson, Van Vleck

Louise Walter, Citrusgrove

Dorothy Thompson, Lukefahr

Mr. R. E. Coffin, Midfields

Thomas P. Hale, Wadsworth

Miss Loyce Coffin, Midfields

Elva Ray Patterson, V. V.

Mrs. Attress Jones, Collegeport

J. R. Laslie, Turtle Bay

Miss Florence Moore

Wilma Thomas

Dorothy Franzen, Collegeport

Gladys Sands, Pledger

Miss Christine Evans, Prairie Center

Anna Jones, Clemville

Palma Schott, Pledger

Mayme Glass, Clemville

Ivy B. Savage, Wadsworth

Ruby Jackson, Buhler, LaWard Dist. (transfer) Blessing, Texas

May Stevens, Sargent

Lucile Powell, Buckeye

Edith Giles, Sargent

Ethel Sirmon, Pledger

Mrs. Irma Ryman

Maurine Gideon, Markham

Lula Van O'Bannon, Blessing

Mrs. J. F. Beard, Blessing

Alice Longwood, Wadsworth

Clara Schley, Blessing

Katherine Taylor, Ashby

Grace L. Walker, Blessing

Thelma Smith, Midfields

Juanita Webb, Blessing

Leslie Glaze

Mary B. Parris, Van Vleck

Mrs. Leslie Glaze

Preston Sparks, Markham

Velma Blackwell, Pecan City

Mrs. Sparks, Markham

Clarice Gallatin, El Maton

Thos. L. Shannon, Cedar Lane

Margaret Gibson, Cedar Lane

Mrs. Thos L. Shannon, Cedar Lane

Veronica White, Sexton

J. J. Harbison, Collegeport

Frances Vest, Marfa, Tex. (transfer)

Jimmie Craft, Markham

Beulah Fondon, Wadsworth

Mrs. Tera Dickerson

Mrs. Vades Richardson, Hasima

J. T. Taylor

 


Institute Enrollment
September 3 - 4?, 1930
[page torn]

Teacher's Institute Enrollment
Palacios, Sept. 3 - 8, 1930


[There appeared to be two lists for the same institute
and they were combined for this list.]

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum
 

Ivy B. Savage, Wadsworth

Anna Jones, Clemville

Mary B. Parris, Van Vleck

Vera Williams, Bay View

Beryl Bell, Pledger

Dorothy Franzen, Bay View

Alice Longwood, Wadsworth

Mrs. Dorothy Corporon, Citrus Grove

Veronica White, Sexton

Marie Nestor, Bay View

Mrs. Vades Richardson, Hasima

Louise Walter, Citrus Grove

Virgie Witt, Palacios

Clarice Gallatin, Blessing

Grace Walker, Blessing

Dorothy Thompson, Lukefahr

Lula Van O'Bannon, Blessing

A. D. Thompson, Van Vleck

Thos L. Shannon, Cedar Lane

Wilmoth McMahon, Cedar Lane

Mrs. T. L. Shannon

Myrtle Kelley, Ashby

Clara Schley, Palacios

Nellie Lee Kelley, Ashby

Margaret Gibson, Van Vleck

Corinne Price, Markham

Mrs. Lillian Herman, Pledger

R. E. Black, Markham

E. G. Nance, Blessing

J. J. Harbison, Collegeport

Lois Coffin, Midfield

Wilma Thomas, Prairie Center

Juanita Webb, Blessing

Katherine Douglass, Midfield

Mayme Glass, Clemville

Mrs. J. F. Beard, Blessing

Beulah Mae Fondon [Wadsworth Ranch]

Fred M. Thomson, Clemville

Irene Batchelder, Palacios

Thomas P. Hale Wadsworth

Miss Elva Rae Patterson, Van Vleck

Miss Margaret Gibson, Van Vleck

Mrs. Palma Schott, Pledger

Edith Giles, Sargent

Mrs. Mae Werlla, Sargent

Frances Stevens, Riceville

C. M. Herrington, Midfield

Mae Walker, Prairie Center

Mrs. C. M. Herrington, Midfield

J. R. Laslie, Turtle Bay

Mrs. Mary Wolfe, Turtle Bay

Lila Pearl Ferguson, Simpsonville

Maxine Price, Simpsonville

W. B. Killebrew, Markham

Jimmie Craft, Markham

Mrs. W. B. Killebrew, Markham

Lucille Powell, Markham

E. G. Nance, Blessing

Juanita Webb, Markham

Leslie Glaze, Blessing

Mrs. Leslie Glaze, Blessing

Ralph P. Newsom, Palacios

Rupert Elliott, Palacios

Claire Partain, Palacios

Myrle Bell, Palacios

Pollyanna Hendricks, Palacios

Wanda  Gray, Palacios

Elizabeth Sissons, Palacios

Clara Schley, Palacios

Beryl Forehand, Palacios

Mrs. Eleanor Lauderback, Palacios

Mrs. Edwards, Palacios

Ruby Jackson (Jackson Co.)

 

 


Teacher's Institute
September 10 - 12, 1931

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

Mildred Helander

Mrs. C. M. Herrington, Midfield

Anna Jones

Mrs. W. B. Killebrew, Markham

Louise Walter

Dorotha Green, Markham

Modena R. Pruett

Lula Van O'Bannon Watson, Blessing

Marie Nestor

Helen Yeager, Blessing

Frances Stevens

Grace Walker, Blessing

Wilmoth McMahon

Margaret Nestor, Blessing

Wilma Thomas

Juanita Walker, Blessing

Mae Walker

E. G. Nance, Blessing

Mrs. Mary B. Parris

Leslie Glaze, Blessing

Ivy B. Savage

Mrs. Leslie Glaze, Blessing

Katherine Douglas

Clarice Gallatin, Blessing

Mrs. E. J. Werlla

Mrs. Eva M. Einkauf, Van Vleck

Ina Cartwright

Marie Nestor, Van Vleck? [Collegeport]

Florence Stark

Dorothy Franzen, Van Vleck? [Collegeport]

Mrs. Lillian Herman

Vera Williams, Collegeport

Veronica White

T. P. White, Collegeport

Elliott Curtis

W. B. Killebrew, Markham

J. R. Laslie

Frank J. Balusek, Collegeport

Mrs. Vades Richardson

J. J. Harbison, Wadsworth

Dorothy Thompson

R. W. Marsh, Cedar Lane

Vera Williams

Fred Thompson, Clemville

Mr. J. O. Watkins

Longwood

Mrs. J. O. Watkins

Beryl Bell

Mrs. R. W. Marsh

A. D. Thompson

Dorothy Sherry

Myrtle Kelley

Irene Melbourn

Katherine Taylor

 


County Teacher's Association
March 5, 1932

Teachers Present

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

Present Common School Dists.

Miss Veronica White

J. J. Harbison

Miss Alice Longwood

Miss Ivy B. Savage

A. D. Thompson

Mrs. Eva Einkauf

Mrs. Daisy Cartwright

Mrs. Mary B. Parris

J. O. Watkins

Mrs. Marie Hall

Mrs. Lillian Herman

Mrs. Vades Richardson

Miss Dorothy Thompson

Elliott Curtis

Mrs. E. J. Werlla

R. W. Marsh

Mrs. R. W. Marsh

Miss Wilmoth McMahon

Miss Frances Stevens

Fred M. Thompson

Miss Anna Jones

Miss Mildred Helander

Miss Dortha Greene

C. M. Herrington

Mrs. C. M. Herrington

Miss Dorothy Sherry

Miss Florence Stark

T. P. Hale

Miss Ina Cartwright

Miss Myrtle Kelley

T. P. White

Miss Dorothy Franzen

Miss Louise Walter

Bay City
Mr. Williams

Blessing

Supt. E. G. Nance

Miss Lula Van O'B. Watson

Miss Juanita Webb

Miss Helen Yeager

Miss Grace Walker

El  Maton

Leslie Glaze

Mrs. Leslie Glaze

Palacios

Supt. R. P. Newsom

Markham

Supt. W. B. Killebrew

Mrs. W. B. Killebrew

R. E. Black

Miss Jimmie Craft

Miss Gladys Barrett (? Markham)

Absent Common School Dists.

Miss Edith Armstrong

Miss Katherine Douglas

Miss Irene Melbourn

Miss Modena Pruitt

Miss Wilma Thomas

Miss Mae Walker

J. R. Laslie

F. J. Balusek

Miss Beryl Bell

Miss Marie Nestor

Miss Vera Williams

 

 


White Teachers Institute
Bay City, Texas
September 1 - 3, 1932

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum
 

District #1

Erna Lee Harbison

District #2

Thos P. Hale
Alice Longwood
Ivy Savage

District #3 - Van Vleck

A. D. Thompson
Eva Einkauf
Daisy Cartwright
Mary Parris

District #4 - Pledger

Mrs. J. O. Watkins
James Seale
Lillian Herman

District #6 - Lukefahr

Dorothy Thompson

District #6 - Hasima

Vades Richardson

District #7 - Sargent

Elliott Curtis
Mae Werlla

District #8 - Cedar Lane

B. P. Riddle
Mary Elizabeth Cash
Wilmoth McMahon
Frances Stevens

District #9

Mae Walker
Mildred Helander
Dorotha Green
Nelle Harris

District #10

C. M. Herrington
Mrs. C. M. Herrington
James T. Bertrand, Jr.
Irene Melbourne
Katherine Douglas

District #12

Mary Alleen Elliott
Margaret Hill

District #13 - Turtle Bay

Mrs. Mary P. Wolff
Florence Stark

District #15 - Ashby

Oliver McNeill
Mrs. Myrtle Hanna
Ina Cartwright

District #16 - Pecan City

Velma Blackwell

District #26 - Collegeport Rural High School

T. P. White
Beryl Bell
Dorothy Franzen
F. J. Balusek
Vera Williams
Marie Nestor
Louise Walter
Mrs. F. J. Balusek

Blessing Teachers

Kathryn Cornelius
Helen Yeager
Juanita Webb
Grace Walker
Getha Bell
Julia Marek
R. E. Black
T. E. Woothon, Jr.
Leslie Glaze

Markham

Jimmie Craft
Gladys Barrett
Fred Thompson
Gladys Ulland
Lucile Powell
W. B. Killebrew
Mrs. W. B. Killebrew
R. E. Black

 


Superintendents', Principals', High School
and Seventh Grade Teachers' Meeting

January 7, 1933

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

Louise Walter

Frank J. Balusek

Dorothy Franzen

A. D. Thompson

Mrs. C. W. Herrington

B. P. Riddle

Mrs. Eva Einkauf

J. T. Bertrand

Mary Elizabeth Cash

C. M. Herrington

Dorothy Thompson

Beryl Bell

Mrs. Vades Richardson

T. P. White (late)

Mary Alleen Elliott

T. P. Hale (late)

Mary P. Wolf

Oliver McNeil (late)

Mrs. J. O. Watkins

Elliott Curtis (absent)

 


Primary and Grade Teachers' Meeting
January 14, 1933

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

NAME

SCHOOL

Margaret Hill

Prairie Center

Mrs. Lillian Herman

Pledger

Velma Blackwell

Pecan City

Dorothy Thompson

Lukefahr

Mrs. Vades Richardson

Hasima

Erna Harbison

Sexton

Ivy B. Savage, Alice Longwood

Wadsworth

Marguerite Crenshaw, Irene Melbourn

Midfield

Mae Allen

Riceville

Frances Stevens, Wilmoth McMahon

Cedar Lane

Mary B. Parris, Daisy Cartwright

Van Vleck

Dorothy Anderson (visitor)

Midfield

Ina Cartwright

Ashby

Marie Nestor, Vera Williams

Collegeport

J. S. Seale

Pledger

Katherine Douglas, Nelle Harris, Mildred Helander

Midfield

Mrs. T. L. Shannon (visitor)

LaWard

Florence Stark

Turtle Bay

Dorotha Green

Clemville

 


Matagorda County Teachers' Association - 1933

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

NAME

SCHOOL

T. P. Hale, Chairman

Wadsworth

Mary P. Wolf

Turtle Bay

Florence Stark

Turtle Bay

Mrs. Lillian Herman

Pledger

Ivy B. Savage

Wadsworth

Mrs. J. O. Watkins

Pledger

Mrs. E. J. Werlla

Sargent

Mrs. C. Allen

Riceville

Frances Stevens

Cedar Lane

Dorothy Thompson

Lukefahr

Wilmoth McMahon

Cedar Lane

Daisy Cartwright

Van Vleck

C. M. Herrington

Midfield

T. P. White

Collegeport

Mrs. Vades Richardson

Hasima

Alice Longwood

Wadsworth

Oliver McNiel

Ashby

Elliott Curtis

Sargent

Mrs. Bessie Vogt

Ashby

Dorotha Green

Clemville

Mildred Helander

Clemville

J. C. Marr

Gulf

R. E. Black

Blessing, Markham

Ralph Newsom

Palacios

W. B. Killebrew

Markham

Nelle Harris

Clemville

Frank J. Balusek

Collegeport

Mrs. Frank J. Balusek

Collegport

Louise Walter

Citrus Grove

Vera Williams

Collegeport

Dorothy Franzen

Collegeport

A. D. Thompson

Van Vleck

Mrs. C. M. Herrington

Midfield

Katherine Douglas

Midfield

Irene Melbourn

Midfield

Marguerite Crenshaw

Midfield

Erna Harbison

Sexton

Mary Alleen Elliott

Prairie Center

Ina Crtwright

Ashby

Beryl Bell

Collegeport

Marie Nestor

Collegeport

James S. Seale

Pledger

Fred M. Thompson

Clemville

J. T. Bertrand, Jr.

Midfield

Mary Elizabeth Cash

Cedar Lane

 


Registration
September 30, 1933

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

J. H. Boring

Josie Pinchback

Beryl Bell

Mrs. Lillian Herman

Louise Walter

Wilma Thomas

Margaret Gibson

Dorothy Thompson

Wilmoth McMahon

Mrs. Dorothy Anderson

M. H. Harms?

Jean Trull

Mrs. Mae Allen

Florence Stark

Nelle Harris

Geo. F. Bohuslov

Eleanor Chapman

Frank J. Balusek

Vevi Stevens

J. S. Seale

Mrs. May Werlla

B. P. Riddle

Frances Stevens

Daisy Cartwright

Vera Williams

Mary Elizabeth Cash

Ivy B. Savage

Mary Alleen Elliott

Maurine Gideon

Erna Harbison

Alice Longwood

Margaret Hill

Dell Jones

Rupert Elliott

 


Teachers' Conference
September 7, 1934

Registration

Mrs. Claire F. Pollard - Matagorda County

From: Institute Record Book
Courtesy of Matagorda County Museum

 

District #1

Erna Harbison (absent)

District #2

J. J. James
Daisy Newton
Ivy Savage (absent, sick)

District #3

Eva Einkauf
Margaret Gibson
Wilmoth McMahon
Mildred Herman

District #4

R. G. Bryant
Mrs. O. Scott
_____ Brawner

District #6

Madeline Sewell

District #6

Mrs. Vades Richardson

District #7

Vevi Stevens
Mrs. Mae Werlla

District #8

F. J. Balusek
Mrs. F. J. Balusek
Mary Elizabeth Cash
Mrs. Frances Stevens Armstrong

District #10

Rupert Elliott (absent, not yet arrived from Columbia)
Geo. Bohuslov
Mary Lou Pierce
Maurine Gideon (absent)
Mrs. ______

District #12

Mary Alleen Elliott (absent)
Margaret Hill (absent, don't know why)

District #13

Weldon Sullivan
Trude Ann Duffy

District #15

Donald Wilbur
Faith Crabill

District #16

Annie Eversole

District #26

John Cherry
Beryl Bell
Lula Parker
Eleanor Chapman
Sue Mansfield
Nelle Harris

 

Sam Walker (later elected at Sargent)

 

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