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District bU i/one fine bchool-Tekoa Census: 32 pupils, 1 log building, salary ^0 for men and $40 for ladies. Fami¬ lies: M. H. Shinn, J. Nicholson, J. Robertson, Dan Doty, D. Fisher, J. Kill, J. Clack, D. Brigman, M. Fountain, T. Mon¬ roe, J. McDonald, J. Roberson, K. Spencer, J. Glaspey, M. Fool, J. Sumpter, Higsbee.
There were 3 different buildings, with the last 2 in the vicinity of the Lone Pine Cemetery. There were 2 teach¬ ers, with classes through the loth grade, in 1913. The lasr 2 schools were on the W.C. °ieveke property. Some of the b- oard members were Milton McHargue, iv'.C. Sieveke, C. &. Chase A. L. Wolf, and F. W". Pratt. Drinking water was a proolem, as it was in many early schools. The hot lunches were pre¬ pared for .bone Pine School by the Home 2c. Classes. Fair¬ banks, and Lond Pine schools took turns giving parties, and dances. Now and then a Dasket social was given for a bene¬ fit for the scnool. Some later teachers were: Ruby Messa- rnore, Laurel Gains, Vera HcCabe, Ella Jarvis, Katherine Fe- "czner, Alice Michel, Anna Elliot, Lucille Mess...ore, Bernei- ce Clark. School consolidated with Tekoa in 1933-
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