Clipped From The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune
Louisa County Rural Schools Commence Term Wapello—Rural schools in Louisa county, with the exception of Shellfaark, opened ! their terms Monday. Shellbark directors decided not to open the school this year, and pupils from the district are being taken to the Columbus Junction school. Teachers in the Louisa county rural schools and their home addresses addresses are: Mrs. Florence Gladd, Winfield, Frog Pond school; Lilr ,ian Jjjnes,. .-Columbus Junction, Carson"; Laurita Griggs, Columbus Junction, Old Clifton; Mrs. Hazel Plumb, Wapello, Hopewell; Mae Peck, Wapello, Toolesboro; Mrs. Hazel Eubanks, Wapello, Victory; Mrs. Doris Clark, Columbus Junction, Junction, Lone Oak; Wilma Adolphson, Sperry, Washington independent; Mrs. Marjorie Smith, Oakville, Prairie Point; Mrs. Ollie Hewitt, Morning Sun, Otter Creek; Mrs. Margaret Schlichting, Conesville, Oakland; Mrs. Bernice Walker, Conesville, Baker; Zelda McElhinney, McElhinney, Wapello, Pleasant View; Janet Morrison, Columbus Junction, Junction, Indian Creek; Beverly Carey, Columbus Junction, Louisa Center; Center; Mrs. Marjorie Bonnichsen, Columbus Junction, Fredonia.