Etc. -- 1919-20 (some) school year teachers
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A lightly edited transcription of a page 1 article in the 17 Jul 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.


Miss C. J. Palmer remains at Elmwood School for another year.

Miss Clara Chambers has left the Rowan Mills School to become principal of the two-room school at St. Williams, at a salary of $750.

Hemlock, Houghton Centre and Fairground are the only three schools in Houghton that have reported the re-engagement of last year's teachers.

Miss Ethel T. Wilkinson of Courtland is to teach again next year in S.S. 3 Middleton, Armbrust's, at an increased salary.

Elliott's, No. 11 Woodhouse, keeps Miss Clara Donovan another year at $700.

S.S. 5 Townsend, Bloomsburg, has secured as teacher Miss Irene Smith, who has been at No. 4 Windham for four years. The salary is reported as $?00. To date this is the top-notch rural school salary in Norfolk.

Miss Georgina Diamond is to remain at Ode's School, No. 3 Woodhouse, for another year.

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