|building was, the need of additional
room was soon felt, which need was
supplied by the erection in 1895 of the
building which still stands at the cor-
ner of Howard and South streets.
A great misfortune came to the
|Truedly, who for several years has been|
connected with the Ohio State Normal
Institute at Athens. Ohio. where he
has made an enviable record; L. N.
Hines, at the present time President
of the Indiana State Normal School at
Terre Haute, and 0. H. Greist, who re-
cently assumed his duties as Secretary
of the State Teachers' Pension Fund.
I cannot conclude this article without
as a monument to the wisdom
of those who planned and sup-
ervised the construction--the
board of trustees, Clyde N.
Chattin, E. L. Hill and Charles
L. Northlane, aided and advised
by Superintendent Greist.
Space will not permit mention
|for beneficial and sub-|
stantial results, never sur-
passed. The lessons that
she taught and the princi-
ples that she inculcated in-
to the minds of her young
pupils not only influenced
them during their subse-
quent school days, but have
been and still are, the
guiding stars of their ma-
ture lives. And now in
her declining years, after
a life full of usefulness
|tional institutions of the state.
Suffice it to say that they compare favorably
with those of other cities of our class. A
few there were who did not measure up
to their responsibilities, but on the
whole it may be said they were well
above the average; indeed, many of
them have risen to eminence in educa-
tional and other fields of labor, notably
Walter B. Page, who became a distin-
guished attorney in Columbus. Ohio;
big, brainy, handsome Frederick F.
|it is pleasant to know that her|
remaining days are to be spent in quiet
and comfort in an environment of
beautiful home ideals, happy in the
knowledge that she has the esteem and
affection of the many men and women
whose footsteps she directed, in their
youthful days, toward higher knowl-
edge and righteousness.
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