Education: The Normal Herald, Forty-Seventh Annual Catalogue, Indiana Normal School of Pennsylvania, Indiana, Indiana County, PA, 1922-1923 - Faculty
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The Normal Herald

Forty-Seventh Annual Catalog


State Normal School, Indiana, Pennsylvania







JOHN A. H. KEITH, A.B., A.M., Pd.D., Principal.

Education: Graduate Illinois State Normal University 1894; Harvard University, A.B. 1899, and A.M. 1900; Pd.D. Miami University, 1919.

Experience: Rural School 1888-1890; Principal of Schools, Camargo, Ill., 1891-1892; Assistant in Training School, Normal, Ill., 1894-1896; Assistant in Psychology and Pedagogy, State Normal School, DeKalb, Ill., 1899-1906; Principal of Training School, Normal, Ill., 1906-1907; President of State Normal School, Oshkosh, Wis., 1907-1917. In present position since 1917.


HOPE STEWART, Dean of Women

Education: Graduate I.S.N.S. 1889-1893; Clark University, summer of 1899; School of Pedagogy, Chautauqua, N.Y., summer of 1903; Teachers College, 1914, and S. S. 1920.

Experience: Teacher of Primary School, Cherrytree Pa., 1893-1894; Teacher in Public Schools, Indiana, Pa., 1894-1899. Critic Teacher I.S.N.S., 1899-1920. In present position since 1920.


STELLA B. FINNEY, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of English

Education: Graduate of Alvin, Ill., 1901; Graduate of High School, Danville Ill., 1904; Northwestern, Evanston, Ill., 1907-1909; University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill., A.B. 1914; Columbia, New York City, A. M. 1920.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Bismarck, Ill., 1904-1907; Elementary Principal, Bismarck, Ill., 1909-1912; Assistant Principal High School, Bismarck, Ill., 1912-1919; Teacher in High School, Ottawa, Ill., 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.


MRS. ISABELLE G. JACOB, Instructor in English

Education: Rowe College prep., 1896-1898; Hollidaysburg, Birmingham, 1898-1900; Lecture Course at University of West Virginia.

Experience: History and English in High School at Lucena P. I., 1908-1911; Manila, P. 1., 1911-1918. At Indiana since 1919.


*MARY ANGELO EDWARDS, A.B., B. of LIT. INT., Instructor in English

Education: Graduate Women's College, Gloucester, England; Women's College, Owensboro, Ky., A.B., Emerson College, Boston, B. of Lit. Int.; Special Studies: Greek Anglo-Saxon, Psychology Sociology, and Philosophy at Radcliffe College; English and German, Boston University; Psychology, French, Spanish, History and Art at Chicago University; French and At in Paris; Spanish and Art in Madrid.

Experience: Four years at Atlanta College, Atlanta Ga.; one year High School, Hot Springs,. S.D.; one year Goshen High School, Goshen, N.Y. In present position since 1920.

*Deceased February 8, 1922.


"ETHEL MCLEAN, Pa. B., Instructor in English

Education: Leicester Union Elementary School, Leicester, N.Y., 1899-1907; Greysville High School, Greysville, N.Y., 1907-1911; Normal School Geneseo, N.Y., 1911-1912; Alfred University, Ph.B., 1912-1916.

Experience: High School, Eden, N.Y., 1916-1917; LaFargeville, N.Y., 1917-1918; Middleport, N.Y., 1918-1919; Corry, Pa., 1919-1921; In present position since March 1922 - in place of Miss Edwards.

*Resigned August, 1922.


EDNA LEE SPROWLS, Instructor in Public Speaking

Education: Graduate, California, Pa., State Normal School, 1898; Private Instruction and Courses in Washington and Jefferson Summer School 1898-1900; Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, 1900-1903; Post Graduate Course, Emerson College, 1914-1915.

Experience: Teacher of Elocution, Washington, Pa., 1904-1908; Special Lessons in Aesthetic Dancing and Elocution in Pittsburgh-Carnegie Gymnasium 1908-1910; Woman's Educational Club, Buffalo, N.Y., and Buffalo State Normal School, 1910-1912. In present position since 1915.


W. M. WHITMYRE, A.B., A.M, Professor of History and Dean of Men

Education: Jeannette High School, 1901-1905; Syracuse University, Syracuse N.Y., 1905-1909; A.B. 1909; Harvard Graduate School, 1909-1910; Summer Session, Harvard Graduate School, A.M. 1917; Summer Session, Columbia, 1921.

Experience: Head of Department of History, Jeannette High School, 1910-1911; Head of Department of History, Shattuck School, Faribault, Minn., 1911-1913 Head of Department of History and Civics, Dubuque High School, Dubuque, la., 1913-1917. In present position since 1917.


ISABEL NOYES DENISON, B.S., M.S., Instructor in History

Education: Graduate of Groton Heights School, Groton, Conn. 1897; Graduate of Williams Memorial Institute, New London, Conn. 1901; Smith College, Northampton, Mass., 1902-1904; B.S. Columbia University, New York City, 1909; Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., 1914; M.S. Columbia University, New York City, 1921.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Groton, Conn., 1905-1907; Jr. High School Teacher, New Britain Conn., 1909-1914; Teacher and Supervisor, Ravena New York, 1915-1917; Critic, Normal, Plattsburg, N.Y., 1917-1921. In present position since 1921.


*JULIA H. CRAIGHEAD, A.B., Instructor in English and History

Education: Graduate of Park Place, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1913; Graduate of Wilkinsburg High School, Wilkinsburg, Pa., 1917; A.B. Vassar, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1921.

Experience: In present position since 1921.

*Resigned July 1, 1922.


MATTHEW JOHN WALSH, A.B., A.M., Professor of Education

Education: Grand Rapids, Mich., High School, 1889-1894; University of Michigan, 1894-1898, A.B.; Graduate work in Greek, Latin, English, History, Education, University of Michigan, one semester, 1898, and summer sessions 1900 1901, 1903, 1915 Graduate work in .Education, Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1915-1916 and Summer 1916. A.M. Columbia University, 1916.

Experience: Latin and English, High School, West Bay City, Mich., 1899-1901; Greek and Latin, High School, Monroe, Mich., 1901-1902; Principal, High School, Monroe, Michigan 102-190; Principal, High School, Hancock, Michigan, 1903-1907; Superintendent of Schools, Bessemer, Michigan, 907-1911; Superintendent of Schools, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., 1911-1915; Instructor in Education, Central State Normal, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, Summer of 1912; Instructor in Education, Northern State Normal, Marquette, Mich., Summer of 1914; Professor of Education, Extension Department, Ohio University, 1916-1920. In present position since 1920.


CLARISSA B. ROBINSON, Instructor in Education

Education: Witherspoon Institute, Butler, Pa., 1876-1879; State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 1879-1880; Cornell University, Summer of 1902; Columbia University, Summers of 1916 and 1922.

Experience: Teacher, Uniontown, Pa., 1890-1893; Teacher, Pennsylvania State Normal School, Slippery Rock, Pa., 1893-1898; Teacher and Preceptress, Slippery Rock, 1898-1915; Assistant Teacher of Pedagogy, Normal School Indiana, Pa., 1915-1916. In present position since 1916. At Indiana, Pa., since 1915.


*CHARLES E. SKINNIER, B.S., A.M., Assistant Professor in Psychology and Education

Education: Hanover High School and Ohio University Preparatory School; Graduate Ohio University, B.S. in Education, 1914; Graduate student in Psychology and Education, Cornell University, second semester, 1913-1914; Graduate student in Education and Psychology, University of Chicago, Summer quarters 1914-1915-1916, A.M. 1916.

Experience: Public School teaching in Elementary and High School, 1908-1910; Assistant Professor, Ohio University, 1914-1918; Army Officer and Instructor, 1918-1919; Head of Department of Psychology Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio, 1919-1920; At State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., since 1920.

*Leave of absence, 1922-23.


MRS. LOUISE GILCHRIESE WALSH, A.B., B.S.,  Instructor in Education

Education: Hancock, Mich., High School, 1898-1901; Negaunee, Michigan, High School, 1901-1902; Northwestern University, 1902-1904; Denver University, 1904-1905; Northwestern University, 1905-1907; A.B. Degree 1907; Graduate Work in English and History, Northwestern University, one semester, 1907; Graduate Work in Education and English, Ohio University, 1917-1918; Degree of  B.S. in Education in 1918.

Experience: English; High School, Bessemer, Mich., 1907-1910. Mathematics, Lansing, Michigan, 1915-1916; English, Central High School, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1916; Instructor in English, Summer School, Ohio University, 1917; Instructor in Education, Summer School, Ohio University, 1918; Instructor in English, Summer School, Ohio University, 1919; Assistant Principal and Critic Teacher, John Hancock High School, Ohio University, 1918. In present position since February, 1920.


MARGARET A. LEMON, B.S., Assistant Professor in Education

Education: State Normal School, Charleston, S.C.; B.S. and Diploma in Elementary School Supervision, Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1916; Graduate Student, Columbia University, Summer Session, 1918.

Experience: Elementary Schools of South Carolina; Primary Critic and Primary Methods at State Normal School, Harrisonburg, Va.; Primary Critic, Winthrop Normal College, South Carolina; Instructor, Demonstration School and Primary Methods, George Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.; Supervisor Elementary Schools, Frederick County, Maryland; Reading Methods, State Normal College, Greensboro, N.C., Summer Session, 1920. At Indiana since 1920.


M. C. GORDON, M.S., Assistant Professor of Mathematics

Education: Graduate, State Normal School, Indiana, 1885; M.S., 1888; Special Student, University of Pennsylvania, 1894; Columbia Summer School, 1922.

Experience: Principal of Public Schools, West Newton, Pa., 1885-1886; Principal of Public Schools, Irwin, Pa., 1888-1892. In present position since 1892.


*HARLEY CLAY SKINNER, B.S, Instructor in Chemistry

Education: Graduate of Rural School, Licking Co., Ohio, 1908; Graduate of Newark High School, Newark, Ohio, 1913; B.S. Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, 1917; Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1920-1921.

Experience: Rural School Teacher, Licking Co., Ohio, 1913-1914; Assistant Principal, High School, Bryan, Ohio, 1917-1918; Principal of High School Jefferson, Ohio, 1918-1919; Principal, High School, Nelsonville, Ohio, 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.

*Resigned June, 1922.


DONALD M. BEELER, Instructor in Mathematics and Science, Coach

Education: Lake View High School, Chicago, 1909-1913; University of Florida and University of Missouri, Agriculture, 1913-1916; Federated Winona Agricultural College, Winona Lake, Ind., 1916-1917.

Experience: At Indiana since 1919.


J. P. WILEY, Instructor in Mathematics

Education: Graduate, State Normal School, Indiana, 1888; University of Columbia, Summer of 1922.

Experience: Principal Delmont Public Schools, 1888-1891; Principal, Connellsville High School, 1891-1892; Principal, Irwin Public Schools, 1892-1897; Principal and Superintendent, Connellsville Public Schools, 1897-1907; Principal, Irwin Public Schools, 1907-1911.  In present position since 1911.


*MARIE LOUISE CHAFFEE, A.B., A.M., Assistant Instructor in Latin

Education: New Haven High School, 1900-1904 Middlebury College, Vermont 1904-1908; Phi Beta Kappa, A.B., 1908; Summer School of Middlebury College, 1909; A.M. 1914.

Experience: Head of Latin Department, South Glen Falls, N.Y., 1908-1910; Head of Latin Department, Jamesburg, N.J., 1910-1914; Secretary, American Institute of Child Life and Tutor, 1914-1916.  In present position since 1916.

"Deceased November, 1921.


MRS. ETHEL ODELL MARSH, A.B., Instructor in Latin

Education: Public Schools, Meadville, 1884-1892; High School, Meadville, Pa., 1892-1896; Allegheny College, A.B., 1897-1901.

Experience: Meadville, Pa., Elementary and High, 1901-1902; Union City, Pa., Junior High, 1902-1903; Conneautville, Pa., High School, 1903-1905; High School, Indiana, Pa., 1920-1921; State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., Summer Session 1921 (English). In present position since November, 1921, in place of Miss Chaffee.


MARY P. CRETELLA, A.B., Instructor in French

Education: Beacon Falls Grade School, Beacon Falls, Conn., 1908-1912; Naughatuck, High School, Naughatuck Conn., 191-1916; A.B., Indiana University; Bloomington, Ind., 1916-1920.

Experience: Teacher of French and Spanish, Jackson, Miss., 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.


L. ALDEN MARSH, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor in Physics

Education: Graduate of Union City High School, 1890; Graduate of Northwestern State Normal School, Edinboro, Pa., 1898; A.B. Allegheny College, 1903; Phi Beta Kappa, 1903; Chautauqua Summer School, 1907; Graduate Student University of Pittsburgh, 1912-1915; Summer Sessions, 1913-1918, A.M.; A.M. Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1916; Professional Diploma, Teachers' College, 1916.

Experience: Rural Schools; Principal of Schools, Conneautville, Pa., 1903-1905; Hollidaysburg, Pa., 1905-1909; Edgewood Park, Pa., 1909-1915; Scottdale, Pa., 1916-1918. In present position since 1918.


ZOE A. THRALLS, B.PH., Assistant Professor in Geography

Education: State Teachers' College, Springfield, Mo.; University of Chicago.

Experience: Principal of Junior High School, State Manual Training Normal School, Pittsburg, Kansas; Professor of Geography, State Normal School, Pittsburg, Kansas.


*DOROTHY LEE, Director of Physical Education

Education: Lankenoid School, Philadelphia, Pa., 1906-1910; Graduate of William Penn, Philadelphia, Pa. 1914; Graduate of Sargent Normal, Cambridge, Mass., 1917; Summer Session, Dalcroze College, Dresden, Germany, 1914; Summer Session, Mount Holyoke, South Hadley, Mass., 1918.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Arlington, Mass., 1917; Director of Physical Education, Dassa, Texas, 1917-1918; Assistant Director of Physical Education, Washington D. C., 1918; Organizer for playgrounds, Philadelphia, Pa., 1919. In present position since 1921.

*Resigned January, 1922.


ALETTE SCHREINER, Director of Physical Education

Education: Westby High School, Westby, Wis., 1911-1915; Lawrence College, Appleton, Wis., 1915-1917; State Normal School, La Crosse, Wis., 1917-1919; Summer Schools at La Crosse Normal, 1917-1918-1919-1920; University of Wisconsin, 1921.

Experience: Supervisor of Physical Training, Kenosha, Wis., 1917-1920. In present position 1920-1921 and January, 1922, to date.


ANNE OSBORNE, Assistant in Physical Education

Education: Grade School, South Manchester, Hartford, Conn., Graduate of South  Manchester High School, South Manchester, Hartford, Conn., 1918 Graduate of Sargent School for Physical Education, Cambridge, Mass., 1921.

Experience:          Grade School Teacher, Cambridge, Mass., 1920-1921; Basket Ball Coach High School, Cambridge, Mass., 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.


JEAN R. MCELHANEY, Pd.B., Director of Drawing

Education: Graduate of High School, Indiana, Pa., 1883; Graduate of State Normal School Indiana, 1885; Student Prang Normal Art Classes, Boston, 1900-1901; Graduate Student, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1903-1904.

Experience: Primary Teacher, Uniontown, Pa., 1885-1890; Teacher in Public Schools, Indiana, Pa., 1890-1896 Teacher in Public Schools, Johnstown Pa. 1896-1903; Teacher of Art Johnstown High School, 1904-1906. In present position since 1906.


MARION C. ALLEN, Instructor in Drawing

Education: Graduate of Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, N.J., 1914; Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1914-1.915; Graduate of Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, 1915-1917.

Experience: Private studio Evanston, III., 1917-1918; Instructor of Art, Columbia Institute Columbia, Tenn., 1918-1919; Supervisor of Drawing, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1919-920. In present position since. 1920.


*LENA SINS, Instructor in Drawing

Education: Graduate of Columbus Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa., 1910; Graduate of Allegheny, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1912; Graduate of Indiana Normal, 19'14; Carnegie Tech. 914-915; Pa. Mus. Se. Ind. Art, Philadelphia, Pa., Summer, 1918; University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., Summer 1919; Columbia University, New York, Summer 1920; The Applied Arts, Chicago, Ill., Summer 1921.

Experience: Teacher Bowerton, Allegheny, Pa., 1917; Sub. Teacher Western Pa. Towns, 1918-1919 Art Supervisor, McKees Rocks and West View, Pa., 1919-1920 Supervisor of Art and Hand work, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, 1919-1921. In present position since 1921.

*Resigned September 1, 1922.


ELBERT M. JACKSON, Instructor in Agriculture and Manual Training

Education: Graduate of High School Pulaski N.Y., 1896; Graduate. of State Normal and Training School Oswego, N.Y., 1902; attended Cornell University, Summers of 1911 and 1912; attended Columbia University, Summer of 1914.

Experience: Teacher in public schools of Oswego County, N.Y., 1893-1894; 1896-1899; Teacher of Manual Training, Orange Park Normal School, Florida, 1902-1904; Teacher of Manual Training, Utica, N.Y., 1905-198; Teacher of Manual Training, Concord, N. H., 1908-1909. In present position since 1909.


EDNA M. RANDALL, B.S., Director of Home Economics and Dietitian

Education: Graduate of Public School, Niles, Mich., 1894; Graduate of Niles High School Niles, Mich., 1898; Graduate of State Normal, Milwaukee, Wis., 1901; Graduate of Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis., 1911; B.S. Columbia University, New York, 1919; Columbia University, New York, Summer 1916; University of Columbia, New York, Summer 1920.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Milwaukee, Wis., 1903-1909; Director Home Economic, Athens, Georgia, 191-1918; Asso. Prof., State College, Pa., 1919-1920, Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis., 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.


MARION WILLOUGHBY, A.B, Instructor in Home Economics

Education: Graduate Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich.; Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1916-1917; Vassar, Summer of 1918.

Experience: High School, Dexter, Iowa, 1915-1916; High School, Grand Rapids, Mich., 1917-1919; Hillsdale, Mich., 1919-1920. In present position since 1920.


AGNES H. THOMPSON, Assistant in Home Economics

Education: Graduate of Dis. N. 26, Riceland, Minn., 1904-1913; Graduated from Luther Academy, Albert Lea, Minn., 1918; Graduate of Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis., 1921.

Experience: In present position since 1921.


G. G. HILL, A.B., Director Commercial Department

Education: High School at Uniontown, Md., 1908; Preparatory School, Westminster, Md., 1908-190; West Maryland College. Westminster, Md., A.B., 1909-1913 Goldey Business University, Wilmington, Del., 1913-1914. Three summer sessions in Salesmanship; 5 years extension study in Accountancy, Auditing, Business Administration and Law.

Experience: Director Commercial Department in the Seminary at Williamsport, 3 years; Director Business Course, Business College at Wilmington, Del., 2 years. At Indiana since 1919.


MRS. FLORENCE C. ARNTZ, A.B., Teacher of Stenography

Education: Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., 1893-1897; A.B. 1901, Goucher College, Baltimore; Graduate Strayer's Business College, Baltimore, 1903.

Experience: Secretary to Professor of Economics, Johns Hopkins University, 1903-1904; Assistant Secretary Maryland State Bureau of Immigration, 1904-1908; Teacher of English and Geography, Colejio Aleman, Concepcion, Chile, 1909-1910; Teacher of German, Stenography; and Piano, Colejio Americano, Concepcion, 1910-1912; Teacher of  Stenography, Strayer's Business College, Philadelphia, Summer of 1914; Head of Commercial Department, Gloucester, N.J., 1914-1915; Teacher of Stenography, Strayer's

Business College, Philadelphia, 1915-1916. In present position since 1916.


*EDITH M. BREEN, Assistant Commercial Department

Education: Graduate of Ashland Public School, Ashland, Wis,, 1907; Ashland High School, Ashland, Wis., Commercial Course, 1907-1912; Graduate of Northland College, Ashland, Wis.; Commercial Course, Columbia University, New York City, Summer Session, 1920.

Experience: Private Secretary, Ashland Wis., 1914-1919; Head of Commercial Department, High School, Rice Lake Wis., 1919-1920; Head of Commercial Department, High School, Platteville, Wis., 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.



* In place of Miss Breen, January-August, 1922.


*ADA S. RICE, Assistant in Commercial Department

Education: Graduate of Philadelphia Public, Philadelphia, Pa., 1903; Woodbury, N.J. Public Woodbury, N.J., 1903-1907; Woodbury, N.J. Commercial 1907-1911; Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa., 1911-1912; Rochester Business Institute, Rochester, N.Y., Summer 1915 Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa., 1915-1917; Simmons College, Boston, Mass.

Experience: High School Teacher, Gloucester, N.J., 1912-1913; Teacher in Business Department, Philadelphia, Pa., 1913-1914; High School Teacher, Haddonfield N.J., 1914-1917; Teacher in Business Department, 1917-1918; Practical experience in bookkeeping and shorthand (including bank work), 1918-1921; High School Teacher Providence, R. L, 1921. In present position since 1921.



ROBERT A. BARTHOLOMEW, Director Department of Music

Education: Harwinton, Conn., 1892-1900 Graduate High School, Tarrington, Conn., Cornell University. Ithaca, N.Y., Summer Sessions, 1914-1917; Private instruction in voice under eminent teachers in New York, six years.

Experience: Instructor of Music, Ames, Ia., 1914-1915; Assistant and Director of Music, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., 1915-1917; Director of Music, Lockport, N.Y., 1917-1921; Director of Music, Rutgers College and State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, N.J., Summer Sessions, 1917-1921. In present position since 1921.


*LEILA FARLIN LAUGHLIN, Voice and Repertoire

Education: Graduate in Voice in the University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Mich.; post graduate vocal work under Wm. A. Howland, Detroit Institute of Musical Art, Detroit, Mich.; Fredric Bristol, New York; Ellison Van Hoose, New York; in the Witherspoon Studios, New York; Frederic Pease, Michigan State Normal; Theory and Ear Training under Professor Heacot, Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin, Ohio post graduate work in Harmony and Musical History under Ohio; post Albert A. Stanly, University of Michigan; piano under Henry C. Post, Grand Rapids, Mich., Chas. Morrison, Director Oberlin Conservatory, Alberto Jonas, formerly of University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Mich.

Experience: For seven years Assistant Teacher in Vocal Department, University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Mich: In present position since 1909.

*Deceased December 5, 1922.



Education: Grammar School, Boston, Mass.; West Roxbury High School, Boston, Mass., 1904-1908; Boston University, 1908-1911; New York University, New York City, 1916-1918 (3 Summer Schools); Studied harmony with Thomas Tapper, New York and with Davol Saunders, New York; studied piano with teachers in Baltimore and Boston; Studied organ with Francis O'Connor in Binghamton, and voice with John Walter Hall and Sergei Klibansky, New York City.

Experience: Private instruction for several years in piano, voice, and harmony.  At Indiana since November 1921 - in place of Mrs. Laughlin.



Education: Graduate of Brookside Grammer School, Bloomfield, N.J., 1905; Graduate of Bloomfield High School, Bloomfield, N.J., 1909; Private instruction in voice under Florence Mulford, John Walter Hall, Isidore Luckstone, and Mme Gina Viofora covering a period of eight years.

Experience: Concert work, 1911-1913; Teacher of voice, Bloomfield, N.J., 1913-1915; Teacher of voice, Lockport, N.Y., 1917-121; Instructor in voice, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N.J., Summer Sessions, 1917-1921. In present position since 1921.


MARY ST. CLAIR KING, Piano and Organ

Education: Graduate Piano Course, Indiana State Normal, Indiana, Pa., 1910; Graduate Organ Course, 1911; student University School of Music, Ann Arbor, Mich., Summer of 1916.

Experience: Accompanist, Indiana State Normal School, 1911-1914. In present position since 1914.



Education: Pittsburgh High School, 1903-1905; Indiana State Normal School of  Pennsylvania, 1907-1911; Graduate Regular Course, 1909; Supervisors' Music Course, 1910; Piano,, 1911; student at University School of Music, Ann Arbor Mich., Summer of 1910; Summer School of Methods, Chicago, 1912; six weeks course at Chautauqua School of Music, New York, under direction of Ernest Hutcheson, 1916; student in voice culture, Indiana, Pa., 1910-1913; Organ, 1912; special work in Art at Indiana, 1909-1910; Summer work in theory, ear training under F. Noods, Chicago, 1916, and folk dancing under Miss I. Bach, Chicago; post graduate I.S.N.S. 1911-1912; West Chester Summer of 1922.

Experience: Assistant Supervisor under Professor Cogswell, Indiana, Pa., 1912-1913. In present position since 1913. At Indiana, Pa., since 1912.



Education: Public School, Marion, Iowa, 1901-1909; County High School, Dillon, Mont., 1911-194; Poytechnic High School, Long Beach, Cal., 1914-195; St. University, Missoula, Mon., 1915-1918; Private Aeolian study with Cecil Burleigh Composer, violinist, 3 years, also pupil of Theadan Spiering, New York City, 918-1919; Preparatory study with Wilhelmj Montelias, Cedar Rapids, Ia., and Rudalph Brand, Los Angeles, Calif. Harmony 3 years with Cecil Burleigh and R. Hantington Woodman, New York City.

Experience: Violin teacher, Summer Session, Missoula Mont.; Violin teacher, Dillon, two  years; Violin teacher in High School from January to June. In present position since 1921.



MILDRED HUGHEY, A.B, .Assistant Professor Public School Music

Education: Graduate of Breet Street Grammar School Los Angeles, Calif., 1906; Graduate of Los Angeles High School, Los Angeles, Calif., 1910; Graduate of Los Angeles State Normal, Los Angeles, Calif., 1912; Graduate of Mills College, Oakland, Calif., 1921.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Meloland, Imperial, Calif., 1912-1913; Elementary Teacher, Los Angeles, Calif., 1913-1919. In present position since 1921.


MARY R. LOWMAN, Assistant Professor Public School Music

Education: Johnstown, Pa., 1892-1920; Johnstown High School, Johnstown, Pa., 1900-1904 Graduate of Indiana Normal, Indiana, Pa., 1905; Cornell Summer, Ithaca, N.Y., 1910-1912; Columbia Summer Session, New York, 1914; New York University, Summer Session, New York, 1916-1919.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Johnstown, Pa., 1905-1913; Assistant Supervisor of Music Johnstown, Pa., 1913-1917; Supervisor of Music, Johnstown, Pa., 1917-191; Instructor,  New Brunswick, N.J., 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.


ANNA P. LUMLEY, Public School Music

Education: Williamsport, Pa., High School; Dickinson Seminary; Graduate in Public School Music, Thomas Normal Training School, Detroit Mich., 1907; Chautauqua; studied Voice under Roscoe Huff, Williamsport; Frank Daniel Scranton; Ida Stone Newman, Detroit; Frank Croxton, New York; Westchester, Summer of 1922.

Experience: Concert Soloist, 1905-1918; Supervisor of Music, Waynesboro, Pa., 1907-1917; Voice Teacher, 1907-1918. In present position since 1918.


GLADYS WASHBURN, A.B., B.M., Assistant Professor Public School Music

Education: Hawthorne School, Oakland, Calif., 1907-1913; Graduated from Fremont High School, Oakland, Calif., 1917; Mills College, Oakland, Calif., A.B., B.M.

Experience: Cornell University, New York, Summer of 1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Brooke Hall, Pa.; Vassar College; West Virginia University.

Experience: Broaddus College, Philippi, W.Va., 1918-1919; Davis Elkins College, Elkins, W.Va., 1919-1920. In present position since 1920.


MRS. MINNIE L. LOYD, Assistant Librarian

Education: Dallas Academy, Dallas, Tex., 1885-1888; Martin College, Pulaski, Tenn., 1888-1890; Belmont College, Nashville, Tenn., 1890-1892.

Experience: In present position since 1921.


JENNIE M. ACKERMAN, Director of the Training School

Education: De Garmo Institute, New York, 1890-1892; State Normal School, New Paltz, N.Y., 1892-1894; Columbia University, Summer of 1892.

Experience: Teacher in grades and in High School, Red Bank, N.J., 1894-1897; Head of Training School, East Stroudsburg, Pa., 1897-1902; Critic Teacher, State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 1902-1903; Teacher of History and Geography, I.S.N.S., 1903-1904. In  present position since 1904. At Indiana, Pa., since 1902.


LILLIAN I. McLEAN, B. S.,  Primary Supervisor

Education: Graduate of Fort Scott, Kansas; S.M.T.C. Pittsburg, Kansas, B.S. 1915; Columbia University, New York, 1919-1920.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Fort Scott, Kansas, 1907-1909; Elementary Teacher, Kansas City, Mo., 199-1911; Supervisor Critic, Pittsburg, Kansas, 1915-1921. In present position since 1921.


INEZ BUCHANAN, Training Teacher

Education: Graduate I.S.N.S., 1917; Summer School at Columbia, 1921.

Experience: Grades, Altoona, Pa., 1917-1920. In present position since 1920.


ETHEL BUSH, Training Teacher

Education: High School, Jamestown, N.Y., State Normal School, Fredonia, N.Y., Special work at Oneonta State Normal and Chautauqua.

Experience: Rural Schools, two years; Grades, Kennedy, N.Y., one year; First Grade, Canahojari, N.Y., two years; Model School Montpelier Seminary, two years. In present position since 1920.


*MARY E. DOOLITTLE, Training Teacher

Education: Graduate of Public School, Cazenovia, N.Y., 1907; Graduate of Seminary, Cazenovia, N.Y., 1911; Graduate of State Normal, Cortland, N.Y.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Sea Cliff, N.Y., 1914-1917; Private School Teacher, Connecticut, 1917-1919; Private School Teacher, Ossining, N.Y., 1919-1.920; Principal and Teacher Elementary School, Burlington, N.J., 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.

*Resigned June, 1922.


AMY GRAY, Training Teacher

Education: State Normal School, Jamaica, N.Y., 1898-1902; New York University Summer School, 1909; New York University, School of Pedagogy, 1909-1910; Teachers' College, Summers of 1921 and 1922.

Experience: Grade work in Public Schools, Babylon and Hicksville, N.Y. 1902-1906; Assistant Principal, with departmental work in High School and Grammar Grades, Hicksville, N.Y., 1906-1911; Principal of Public Schools, Hicksville, N.Y., 1911-1912. In present position since 1912.



Education: Graduate of Union Free School, Delhi, N.Y., 1913; Graduate of Delaware Academy, Dehli, N.Y., 1917; Graduate of State Normal, Cortland, N.Y., 1920.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Binghamton, N.Y., 1920-1921; In present position since 1921.


MRS. LUCILE T. MATHEWSON, Training Teacher

Education: High School Greene, N.Y., 1904; State Normal School, Cortland, N.Y., 1915-1917.

Experience: Pearl River, N.Y., 1917-1919; Ossining, N.Y., 1919-1920 (half year). In present position since 1920.


MARGARET M. MORRIS, Training Teacher

Education: Westville Grade School, Westville, Ohio, 1891-1899; Westville High School, Westville, Ohio, 1899-1903; Graduate of Ohio State Normal College, Athens, Ohio, 1912; Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Summer 1919; Teacher's College, New York, Summer 1915;

Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Summer 1920.

Experience: Teacher, Spring Hill Ohio, 1903-1906 Central School, Clinton County, Ohio, 1906-1911; Akron, Ohio, 1912-1915; Critic Teacher, Ohio State Normal College Athens Ohio 1915-1920; Elementary Teacher, East Cleveland, Ohio, 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Graduate, State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 1882; student Chautauqua  Summer Schools, 1894 and 1898. University of Pittsburgh, Summer of 1922.

Experience: Teacher in Public Schools, Greensburg, Pa., 1883-1885; Teacher in Public Schools, Indiana, Pa., 1893-1896. In present position since 1896.


FLOSSIE WAGNER, Training Teacher .

Education:, New Bethlehem High School, 1911-1915; State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 1915-1917; Teachers' College, Summer of 1921.

Experience: Public Schools, DuBois, Pa., 1917-1918; Public Schools, Latrobe, Pa., 1918-1919. At Indiana since 1919.


Borough School Training Teachers



Education: Graduate of Public Schools, Indiana, Pa., Graduate of State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 1895; Columbia University, New York City, Summer Session 1921; Chautauqua, N.Y., Summer Session, 1916; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1902.

Experience: District Teacher, Indiana and Cambria Co., Pa., 1890-1892; Elementary Teacher, South Fork, and Westmont, Johnston, Pa.,

1895-1904; Elementary Teacher, North Braddock and Conemaugh, Pa., 1906-1907; Elementary Teacher, Indiana, Pa., 1907-1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Ridgeway, High School, N. C., Graduate of N. C. College for Women, Greensboro, N.' C., 1904; B. S. and M.A. Peabody College Nashville, Tenn., 1916-1921.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Public Schools N. C., 1904-1916; Supervisor and Teacher, Buckhannon, W.Va., 1917-1920. In present position since 1921.



Education: Roseville Public School, Roseville, Ohio, 1898-1906; Graduate of Zanesville High, Zanesville, Ohio, 1910; Graduate of Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, 1915.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, East Liverpool, Ohio, 1911-1914; Elementary Teacher, Pickaway ent. School, 195-196 Elementary Teacher, East Liverpool, Ohio, 1916-1918; Critic, Ohio University, 1918-1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Graduate of Jacksonville Public School, Jacksonville, Pa. 1902; Graduate of State Normal, Indiana, Pa., 1905; Summer Session, Columbia University, New York, 1921; Summer Session, Kansas State University, Lawrence, Kans., 1906; Summer Session, Chautauqua, N.Y., 1920; University of Pittsburgh, Summer of 1922.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Walnut Grove, 1905-1908; Elementary Teacher, Indiana, Pa., 1908-1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Public Schools, New Concord, Ohio and Garner Iowa, 1898-1905; Garner High School, Garner, Iowa, 1905-1909; Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, B.A. 1921.

Experience: Rural Teacher, Hancock Co., Iowa, 1910-1914; Elementary Teacher, Correctionville, Iowa, 1914-116; Elementary Teacher, Oelwein, Iowa, 1916-1918; Assistant Critic, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Grade School, Austin, Minn., 1905-1912; Graduate of Austin High School, Austin, Minn., 1916; B.A. Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1920.

Experience: Supervisor, Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Graduate of Allegheny Township, Westmoreland County, Pa., 1894; Graduate of High School, Leechburg, Pa., 1898; Graduate of Indiana Normal, 1901; Columbia University, New York, Summer 1913  University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., Summer 1915; Harvard University, Cambridge, ass., Summer 1918.

Experience: Teacher in Allegheny Township, Westmoreland Co., Pa., 1898-1900 and 1901-1902; Elementary Teacher, Leechburg, Armstrong Co., Pa., 1902-1917; Elementary, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1917-1921. In present position since 1921.



Education: Graduated from Rose Hill Public, Rose Hill, Iowa, 1911; Graduate of Oskaloosa High School, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1915; Graduate of Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, 1918; B.A. Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, 1921; Lehigh College, Summer of 1922.

Experience: Teacher in Sioux Center, Iowa, 1918-1919; Room Teacher in Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1919-1920; Room Teacher in Cedar Falls, 1920-1921. In present position since 1921.


WALTER A. ZAUGG, A.B., A.M., Director of Extension

Education: Rural School, Ohio, 1889-1897; Township High School, Kenne, Ohio, 1898-1900 A.B.; B. Ped. Valparaiso University, Indiana, 1903-1908; A. B. Indiana University,  Bloomington, 1912-1913; A.M. Columbia University, New York City.

Experience: Elementary Teacher, Cosh Co., Ohio, 1900-1906; Principal High School Hobart, Indiana, 1908-1912; Superintendent, Barnesville, Ohio, 1913-1921. In present position since 1921.


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OVERBY, K. G., Commercial

REED, PEARL R., Violin

ROUDABUSH, LILLIE, English and History

SANDERS, E. M., Director, Health Education


TANNER, VARD L., Education

WEBB, R. F., Commercial


WILMOT, HARRY, Assistant Extension


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