Hummels-town, EXCELLENT SYSTEM OF PUBL1C SCHOOLS Banks, Hotels, Fire Company Company and Board of Trade Palmyra supports its public schools ' in a generous manner, and as a result has a school system of which every citi- citi- zen may feel proud. There are two school buildings in the town. The High school is equipped with an excellent laboratory and library and a commercial museum exhibit installed under the direction and through the courtesy of Hon. G. H. Mover, a member member of the General Assembly. The board of directors is as follows: Harvey L. Seltzer, president; Henry Early, secretary; Cvrus Hartz, treasurer; treasurer; Charles K. Witmer; Dr. M. R. Fisher, E. M. Baum. The teachers are: C. W. Baehman, supervising principal; H. B. Mover, assistant; assistant; High school, C. W. Baehman, H. 'B. Mover; grammar school, George B. Evans, L. S. Heisey; intermediate, Ira G. Hartz, Clayton Gingrich; secondary, secondary, Mary E. Bowman, Henry II. Early; primary, Irene Bicksler, Alice S. Light, H. Gertrude Fry; Fairview No. I, Harry M. Hartz; Fairview No. 2. Anna Bicksler.