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The Bugler
(1918)

Faculty,   pp. 8-9


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ALICE LEUTSKER, Antigo, Wis.-Supervisor of Practice-teaching, Professional
Subjects. 
Graduate: Wittenberg High School; State Normal School, Oshkosh; Law- 
rence College, Appleton. 
Taught: Country School; High School; High School Teacher's Training De- 
partment West High School, Green Bay. 
A most excellent teacher and a friend indeed to every student. Our "Guiding
Star," not merely by way of simile but in actual truth. 
MILLARD TUFTS, Algoma, Wis.-Principal. 
Graduate: Common school; attended Sturgeon Bay High School 1905; Osh- 
kosh Normal 1910; attended University of Wisconsin 1911. 
Taught: Rural school in Door County 1907; Principal of four year high 
high school, Walworth, Wis., 1911-1912-1913; County Superintendent of 
Schools, Door County, 1914-1915-1916. 
A man who is a man, a man with the young heart of a boy, with a ready, 
helping hand, cheerful, earnest, and a most progressive worker. 
FRANCES HERALD, Oconto Wis.-Music, Drawing, English. 
Graduate: St. Joseph's High School, Oconto; State Normal School, Oshkosh.
Taught: Rural schools of Oconto County; City Schools of Oconto; City 
Schools of Duluth, Minn.; Music and Drawing, Algoma, Wis.; English, High
School, Thorp, Wis.; Model School, Normal School, Youngstown, 0. 
A fine music teacher whose good nature seems quite unlimited. She is ever
ready for fun and always manages things so that we all "get in on it."
MARGARET BREENE, Reedsburg, Wis.-Domestic Science, History Science. 
Graduate: Milwaukee Normal; Lewis Institute, Chicago. 
Taught: Rural Schools, Lebanon, S. D.; Gettyburg, S. D.; Baraboo, Wis. 
Our conscientious Domestic Science Teacher and little "Emergency Lady."
She is a willing tender-"First Aid"-to whomsoever may come to her
physically 
or mentally wounded. 
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