Warren T-M: Sheffield Teachers 1938-39

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Warren T-M:  Sheffield Teachers 1938-39 - TIMOTHY YIELD TEACHING STAFF BELOW’37 CROP AT...
TIMOTHY YIELD TEACHING STAFF BELOW’37 CROP AT SHEFFIELD ii.ibn. A„ 1:1 lu, IS ANNOUNCED tion of tiniothy seed in I'J.'IS is ox- pei ted to be le,':s than half of last i -------------- vear, liut the carryover from the I 'l!»:;? ero!.= is '^ufTici'Mit t-' luovide 1 Sheflield. Aug. 21 Shemeld about th<' avor.gc total supply. .township .schools will open for the Pre.-etii i-idications point to a I 1938-39 term Tuesday, September e!op oi aliout l,o;;8,ooo bushel.s or Teaching slaffs of the high ^ !! [•(‘¡i er.t i-i the lit;*.? crop of 2,. I :md three grade schools have al-j nusheLs, ;md 50 percent of i electetl and remain un-' the 1927-::6 avein-e i)roduction. |last year except that Gioweis - xr-ecl to harvest :;02,000 i economics teacher ha.s ¡■c'e^ the- seeor.d spialiest acreage ■ added to the high school fac- . on K cotd. The aercagi' harvested ' in I'.k'm v.a> 700 acre.« and the 1 Comprised of 33 membei's, the lOv ai avei a.i'.e i.s •ti'0,;’,70 aeve.s. 'township teaching personnel is Ha.-ed on e:Mly reports, the yield ' headed by Logan Smith, supervis- prf acre i.s ('.^^tin nted at ;’..o5 bu.'-'h- rls, compr.reil with -1.40 bushels in lit;;7 and the 10-year average of ;;,';i bu.';hel.s. Th(' pro.spect of low ields in sonic il('lds is partly re- .'jionsible for the reduction in acre- to lie liaiAcsted. Other factors resiion.sil.l:' foi the small acreage this year in‘’lU'.ie thin and weedy ■stai'ids ii! .so'ue ari-as, more than tiie usual peicenta,<;e of clover in the lirld.'^, a ::nge carryover from the ii'.">7 crops, and low ]irices. According to e.stimate.«;. I,n00,- 000 tons <if ste-1 are nickle plated annuallv in the United States. ing in'incipal. Fdwin Kiser will return as music supervisor and Miss Rachel Barnes as school nurse. Following are the names of the other teachers, listetl under the school in which they will teach: High school L. O. F]isenhauer, principal: (\ S. Greenwood. Phyllis Bramer. Dorothea Branihall. Orris H. Brown. Thomas Drummond, .lennie Nearing, Mrs. Ruth Titus Miller. Bruce A. Smith. Mary Richwalsky, Dorcas Vincent. The last named is the instructoi' engaged engaged to teach home economics. Lincoln .school Wayne Chamberlain, Chamberlain, principal; L. May Dunham, Wastes Money and Lives Easy Payments A small down payment and the remainder in convenient weekly payments. ONE High Speed Motor by Unclcrwritcrs •SI5 nationally only. Get your.s rxc A(iALNSr You’ll get the plug in socket nothing else to daintiness- it’s LOOK! If .you can’t attend attend this sale. H leave money l*e- f o r f* sale a ii <1 Shaver will be held for you. Mrs. Daisy Hanchett, Alice Har- ' rington, Lois Mainv»’aring. Agatha Rensel. Fiena Horton Nelson, Lucille Lucille Baynes. Washington school D. J. Howard. Howard. principal; Edith Chamberlain, Gertrude Calkins, Alma .Johnson. Ehzabeth .Jones. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. Phyllis Weaver Nicklow, Doris Johnson. Barnes school—Irene Marshall, principal; Alice Jolley, Kathryn Curry. i

Clipped from Warren Times Mirror24 Aug 1938, WedPage 10

Warren Times Mirror (Warren, Pennsylvania)24 Aug 1938, WedPage 10
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