School: Beaver Twp. Latart Students (1914)
Contact: Helen Vater Blaha
The photo above is courtesy of Helen and Lester Severson of the Town of Beaver. It is a 1914 view of students at LaTart School in the town of Beaver. Someone had even carefully recorded names on the back. They are labeled by rows, so I’m not altogether sure that I’ve ordered them correctly here. I hope someone will see the posting on the ALHN site and confirm or correct the order of the names.
(1) Walter Kline, (2) Harvey Sinclair, (3) Laurence Walter, (4) Grant Vandehey, (5) Floyd Breneman, (6) Bernard Walter, (7) Lester Himes, (8) Harold Gauger, (9) Adolph Haavisto, (10) George Walter, (11) Artie Himes, (12) Verland Berrett, (13) Leonard Vandehey, (14) Willard Breneman
(15 Esther Phone (Rhone?) (16) Ida Kline, (17) Hazel Vandehey, (18) Stella Sinclair, (19) Luella Berrett, (20) Albert Haavisto, (21) Leo Ays (Arp?), (22) Vernon Loveland, (23) Bertha Kline, (24) Della Baker, (25) Leonard Loveland, (26) Ora Little, (27) Melvin Gauger, (28) Katherine Little, (29) Beatrice Walter, (30) Mamie Haupt, (31) Geneva Davis (Geneva Davis married Verlon Berrett and was for a time a teacher at South Bright School in the Town of Green Grove), (32) Neva Sinclair, (33) Hank Thwing, (34) Loyd Sinclair
(16) Stella Himes, (17) Leona Breneman, (18) Leona Gauger, (19) Hazel Himes, (20) Mable Baker, (21) Bernice Loveland, (22) Ray Vandehey, (23) Earl Little (24) Herb Breneman, (25) Leroy Stabnow, (26) Ed Jerry (Edward Jerry is listed in the 1910 federal census in the Town of Green Grove--occupation, school teacher. He is also show on 1915 and 1926 plat maps as a landowner is Section 28 of the Town of Green Grove.), (27) Leon Breneman
Re: School: Beaver Twp. Latart Students (1914)
Contact: Steven Walter-Bukosky
Good to see a picture of the school named after my Great Grandfather, Steven LaTart. I believe that the Walter's in the picture are relation.
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