Somerset Teachers - 1913

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Prof. John H. Fike Elected Supervising Principal; Three Vacancies

SOMERSET, June 7.--At a meeting of the Somerset School Board last night Prof. John H. Fike was elected supervising principal to succeed Prof. George B. Rogers. Professor Fike was assistant principal last term.

The following other teachers were elected:
Miss Ruth H. Kunkle, teacher of Latin and German
Miss Edith J. Stauffer, teacher of English and history
Miss Mildred Bills, first grammar teacher and principal of the grammar school
Miss Mary Hay, second grammar
Miss Blanche Glessner, third grammar
Miss Edith Martin, grade six
Miss Carrie C. Rhoads, grades, five and five and a half, and principal of the Patriot street building
Miss Bertha Cromwell, grades four and four and a half
Miss Pearle Sorber, grades three and three and a half
Mrs. Laura K. Baush, grades three and two and a half
Miss Jennie Boose, grade two
Miss Ruth V. Smith, grades one and one and a half
Grade one, vacant
Miss Ella Houston and Miss Eleanor Colborn, kindergarten teachers.

The board has not yet selected an assistant principal and a teacher of the commercial department.

(The Weekly Courier, June 12, 1913)