Clipped From The Huntington Herald
, degree.'. ':,J After graduating from DePauw, Mr," Fisher . taught one year;in the Lafayette high school. He waa called to. Huntington to accept the ' principal ship of the old Central ward school on North Jefferson street during" 1911 - 12, after; whtoh ha went to Warsaw as principal' of the high school and remained two - yean.' So .'narked waa' .his success as r high - school principal. 4hal he was "llri vBnjtoff..;ilkrbijr, 1 war(f head f tjs high si for. th next five years, after, v Mich., inhool which he waa called t6 ; the larger hick school ; at xalamaxoo. Mich. Duriui his aer vices atf BentottHerboapd any 'a - saamcor tils? at, tended summer, classes 'at - Colambla unit srsity, New YArk.i taking aradj ate work, And receiving; his roasUr degree - For - several - summers he taught ,, in the Michigan normal an Kalamaaoo, , More . - recently, h , has been working on his Ph. D. degree at the . - University oi - Michigan and by arrangement , he: (km be - prmtttei to complete Ihat. work while, conned - ed - with the school. As 4 member of. the executive faculty at Michigan, Mr - Fisher - will be usoctated, with ;Dr. Henderson, directly in contact 5. with Dr. Little president - of ' the university. Ultimately, he wDl succeed DTr. 'Henderson to head the university extension department The latter work will take him out over the state of Michigan for intimate contacts, snd into neighboring states. .