When mother filled in as schoolteacher, three-year-old accompanied her to the rural schoolhouse.
Schoolteacher was caught smoking by school children when his pants caught fire.
Four sisters bought one Christmas tree and planned their school programs so they could share it.
As a youngster and a schoolteacher, woman recalls the importance of handkerchiefs for men and women.
When it sensed danger, the dog of one of the school children escorted teacher from her car to the door of the one-room schoolhouse.
Schoolteacher’s classroom served as an occasional dance hall.
As a schoolteacher in a one-room school, there were more good memories than bad.
Neither the schoolteacher nor the school children looked forward to the county superintendent dropping in.
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