is also interesting to note that many of the children spoke hardly a
of English when they first started school, for they spoke in the native
tongue of their parents' homeland. Many of them were not familiarized
English until school age and having no bi-lingual teachers made matters
even more difficult for them. By trial and error they all eventually
their English, and probably helped to teach their parents this new way
of speaking as well.
This is a Souvenir compliments of Miss Florence Mc-Kenney who taught at the Mountain School before she became Mrs. Herbert Baldwin.
District No. i. Armstrong1, Oconto Co., Wis.
Jfug. 4,1396. Closed 3uly, if
MOTTO:— What is worth doing is worth doing well
Eddie Saffran. Eunice Baldwin, Nellie Anderson, Martin Frost. Maurice Kelsey, Johaiina Anderson, Sadie punlap. Georgia Baldwin. Roy Gilkey. Mary Bartx. Allie McAllan. Andrew Frost, Harry Hines, Vertne Frve. Annie Olson. Mary Peterson, Marinus Jenson, Dora I.ar.son. Florence Cole, Herbie Elkey. Ralf Day. Henry McAllan, Lym »n Kelsey. Logan Hines. Robbie Frye. Anna Mine. Emma Newton, Walter Saffran, Clarence Kelsey, Laura Frye. Waller Am'ersoii, Carrie Miller. Sadie English. Ella Kehey. Mary Frost, Georgie Elkey.
Harry Bartz, Adolph Shepard. Grade Bunten, Clara Bartz. Henry Newton, Edna'C'.ilkey. Clara McGregor. Gracie Shepard, Walter Dtinlap. Edith Cole. Mettie Frost. Tillie Olson, Louis Jenson. . James Peterson. Hnlda Saffran. Fred Dunlap. Thomas Peterson. Nora Jenson. George Dunlap. Aniel Anderson. Otto Bartz. Benton Kelsev, Ella Miller, Kdson Breed. Mabel Newton. Arthur Anderson. Julia Gauthier. Eva Gilkey. Alice Kel.cey, .limmie English. Christian Jenson. Frank Gauthier. Emma Frost. Ethel Elkey. Clyde Day.y Irene Ramsdell. Gordon. . s
Board of Education.
A. C. FROST. SEC. A. SAFFRAN, PRES.»
W. A. McKINI.EY. SUPT. FLORENCE McKENNEY, Teacher.