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Attendance officers 3

— 7

Principals of day schools (large buildings) 13

High school teacher (not including principal) .... 28

Ninth grade teachers 8

Eighth grade teachers 8

Seventh grade teachers 12

Sixth grade teachers 14

Fifth grade teachers 17

Fourth grade teachers 18

Third grade teachers 18

Second grade teachers 19

First grade teachers 19

Ungraded school teachers 2

Kindergarten teachers 16

Assistants .• 10

Supervisors 4

Total number of day school teachers 206

Principals of evening schools 5

Evening high school teachers 10

Evening grammar school teachers. 6

Evening elementary school teachers 4»>

Total number of evening school teachers.... 66

Total number of persons on pav roll December,
1907, \ 279



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REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE



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APPOINTMENTS AND CHANGES— DAY SCHOOL
TEACHERS.



Agnes T. Wilkinson
Dora P. Howes
Florence L. Goddard



RESIGNED.



Katherine E. Dillon
Rhoda A. Cook
Josephine E. Canavan



APPOINTED.



Rose V. Guilfoil
Bertha M. Palliser
Mabel C. Teahan
Ellen A. Kirkpatrick
Katherine A. O'Connor
M. Ethel McTearnen
Katherine V. Connor
A .Charlotte Leavitt



Charles F. Johnson
Elizabeth Galbraith
Katharine A. Callahan
Maude F. Connor
Evelyn Curley
Mary M. Rohan
Elizabeth M. Shine



TRANSFERRED.



Alice G. Collopy
Mary T. O'Donnell
Mary A. Kennedy
Abbie I. Keongh
Katherine E. Leary



Helen M. Burke
Nora E. Doyle
Catherine E. Scully
Catherine C. Conway
Mary C. .Shine



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GRADUATING CLASS



HIGH SCHOOL.



Martha Jane Allen
George Henry Allyn
Ralph Henry Armstrong
Marguerite F. Bigelow
Ralph Lorenzo Bos worth
George Winthrop Brainerd
Elizabeth Constance Burke
Augusta Chapin
Raymond Irving Chapin
Antoinette Emma Charest
Leonise Adrianne Charest
George Collingwood
Howard Vincent Connor
Katherine Frances Connor
Leonard Francis Connor
Anna Eulalia Cronin
James Francis Cronin
John Aloysius Cronin
•William Henry Crosby
John Irvine Curley
Cornelius Francis Cur ran
Anna Augusta Dal ton
Marion Jessie Demond
Edna Lena Dickinson
Earl Wilfred Donahue
Daniel Francis Downing
Mary Elizabeth Dooley
Mary R. Dougherty
Eva Dubois



Florence Marcella House
Jerome Taylor Keeney
Edith B. Kellogg
Bertha Alphonsine Laplante
William James Learmonth
Jean Smeaton Lowe
Edward Joseph Lynch
Winifred Agnes Lynch
Olive Lorena Lynds
Septa Frances Lynn
Francis Anthony MacDonnell
Malcolm Everett Mackintosh
Sheila Belle McLane
Ethel Mae Martin
Bernice Ethel Maxfield
Rose Moise

Eva Catherine Moynihan
Minnie Agnes O'Connor
Claire Elizabeth O'Neil
Frank James O'Neill
Olea Alma Perreault
Ernest Cleophas Prevost
Arthur Lister Rae
Fernard Evanturel Richard
Francis Patrick Ryan
Julius Anthony Scheibel
Agnes Gertrude Scully
Myra Day W 7 hitcomb
William Martin Scully



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x 97



Violet Anna Ellison
Ruth Fair

Ellen Elizabeth Fitzgerald
Alfred Leon Frechette
Arthur Edmund French
Margaret Alice Flynn
Alexander Andrew Gardiner
James Frederick Gaylord
Myra Celia Gould
Richard Palmer Grieve
Hannah Mary Griffin
Anne Halfpenny
Helen Agnes Hanley
Elvina Kristine A. Hansen
•Sarah Hirsch
Irene Margaret Horrigan
William James Horrigan



George Little Seaton
James Harold Senior
Mary Gertrude Shea
Isabella Skinner
liar land Francis Stuart
Anna Gertrude Sullivan
*Mae Evelyn Sullivan
Margaret Keefe Sullivan
Elwyn Lowell Taber
Arthur Leslie Taylor
Grace Fanny Taylor
Tessie Tucker
Alice Elizabeth Turner
Arthur Henry Vines
Elsie May Winifred Warren
Edmund Sumner Whitten
Blanche Charlotte Wightman



APPLETON STREET SCHOOL.



Carrie Lillian Bashaw
George Arthur Battersby
Farrand Francis Beaudreau
Ruth Evelyn Blanchard
Morey Borlen
Anna Isabel Brown
Francis Edmund L. Buckley
Francis Leo Burke
Esther Clara Burkhardt
George Cope Cameron
Marguerite Gertrude Cayhue
Rosamond Eugenia Celce
Clarence Sze Chow
Cleora Catherine Church
Eloise Adele Corser



Maud Cecelia Kiley
Harold Edward Lewis
Mildred Spooner Manson
Florence Gertrude Mew
William Henry Moody
Nora Moore
Edna Lola Morris
Leah Loretta G. 'Grady
Walter Reginald Osterman
Howard Levi Page
Kathryn Ann Perkins
Helen Grace Phillips
Pauline Marjorie Pomeroy
Earl Charles Popp
Raymond Henry Renardson



♦Certificates of Completion.



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RFPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE



John Dennis Courtney
Emmet Paul Crimi
Marguerite Kathryn Curley
Elsie Danner
Violet Agnes Diamond
George Edward Dor.oghue
William James Donoghue
Lillian Gertrude Doyle
Lillian Elizabeth Farrar
Frank Thomas Fay
Royal George Fresne
Thresa Fuller
Daniel James Griffin
Maurice Lawrence Griffin
Raymond Joseph Guibord
Harold Harvy Hay
Stuart Merriam Hill
William Munro Hooks
John Hunter
James Henrv Ilvde



Albert Walter Renner
Harriet Kathryn Rifford
Fred Heywood Royce
Lillian Margaret Ryan
Daisy Sarafian
Carolyn Mae Senna
Bridie Cecelia Shea
Irene Margaret Shelley
Rachel Dorothy Sickman
George Lobbin .Skilling
Jennie Smethurst
Lida Snider

Olive Lauretta Sullivan
Jane Agatha Swords
Madeline Katherine Tierney
Henry Joseph Trottier
William Whiting, 2d
Philip Francis Whitten
William Francis Wolohan



ELMWOOD SCHOOL.



Vanda Elizabeth Boyer
Priscilla Elizabeth Childs
Mabel Ruth Davis
Mispah Ellen Downic
Pearl Adelaide Ellis
Daniel Ford
Delia Veronica Girard
Jessie Henderson
Stuart Franklin Heinritz
Karl Raymond Ileibel
Fannie Hildreth
Evelyn Florence llopkinson
Andrew Ross Johnston



Hugh Deeneen McLean
Frances Moise
Helen Cecile Morrison
Mabel Elizabeth Moynihan
Roy Granville Xewsome
Harriet Perkins
Mae Gertrude Rivett
Margaret Virginia Rooney
William Francis Rooney
Mary Edith Rigali
William Frederick Stache
Charles Clarence Smith
Frederick Edward Smith



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I 99



Alice Katherine Keating
Ruth Frances Kennedy
Emma Helen Koehler
Viola Augusta Koegel
Mabel May Laduke
Eleanor Leith Learmonth
Michael Joseph Lyons
Henry Atherton Lee
Inez Mae Mackintosh
Frederick William Marz
James Alexander McCormack
Andrew McCormi^k



Mott John Scolley
Nellie Veronica Sullivan
Grace Leona Stewart
Eva Irene Thompson
Helena Frances Toepfert
Kathleen Thorpe
Eva Mae Tatro
Edward Charles Tefs
Gordon Prescott Trowbridge
Erna Augusta Wilhelm
Wallie Anna Wolfe
Kate Hardy Whitmore



HIGHLAND SCHOOL.



Ruth Esther Abbott
Carl Churchill Armstrong
William Frederick Bergman
Francis Edward Boardway
William Henry Bond
Mary Cecelia Brennan
George Bronson
Earle Henry Buck
Catherine E. Butterfield
Christine Elizabeth Callahan
Frances Louise Callahan
James Gilbert Cavanaugh
Hugh Clark
Evelyn Esther Connor
Mary Constance Crean
Albert Jules Dube
Ralph Ferris
Mary Agnes Forsyth e
James Tierney Gilligan
Raymond Cavanaugh Ilafey
Giles Marion Haggerty



Cecilia Marie Mackley
Harold Raymond McMaster
Russel Edgar Martin
Lillian Rose McCuddy
Bessie Eliza McGuines
Earle McMullen
Raymond Joseph McNamara
Francis James McNamara
Mary Lillian Morgan
Elsie Gertrude Murray
Richard John Nugent
Margaret Hyacinth O'Connell
Dorothea Alice Parfitt
Esther Varina Parfitt
Olivine Elizabeth Perrault
Adelaid Cecily Pope
Jean Louis Potwin
Edna May Power
John Scott Roberts
Francis Datus Rock
John Ilenrv Rohan



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REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE



Clarence Edwin Hart
Katherine Augusta Hastings
Alfred Whiting Hewitt
Carrie Isabell Hicks
Ruth Harriet Hillman
Edward Joseph Horrigan
Olive Margaret Howes
Agnes Margaret Kane
Henry Cyril Karle
Sarah Simpson Kibbe
Gladys Margaret Keough
Irene Blanche Lavoie
Joseph Lynch



James Charles Ross
Agnes Esther Ryan
Gertrude May Smith
Alice Cornelia Scully
Nettie Towvin
Rachel Illian Treworgy
George Francis Walsh
Edward Welch
Howard Robinson Wheeler
Ethel Rose Williams
Lillian Ruth Williams
Bertha May Wheeler



INGLESIDE SCHOOL.
Arthur Charles Zaumseil



MORGAN SCHOOL.



Mary Josephine Axmann
Marguerite Belle Bangs
Lillian Blanche Benoit
Elizabeth Ida Bretschneider
Eva Lina Champagne
John Joseph Clark
Mary Veronica Connors
Mary Ellen Crimmins
Theresa Agnes Fitzgerald
Elizabeth 01 ga Foerster
Annie Handyside Goss
Hilda Maude Gardiner
Elsie Nettie Hall
Ruth Margaret Heinritz
Jessie Ruth Henderson
Lillian Ilolgate



George Arnold Marcotte
Oswald Rodolph Marcotte
Leon Joseph Menard
Alfred Seraphin Mathey
John Joseph Manning
Johanna Cecilia O'Brien
Ora Blanche Perrault
Caroline May Roberts
George August Scheibel
Raymond Aloysius Schirch
Delia Veronica Shine
Albert Francis Standen
Edmund Strong
William Francis .Sullivan
Amelia Elizabeth Wagner
Thomas Francis Whalen



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REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE 201

Harris Jiulelson William Edward Wiesel

Tda Hattie Kelmel Abbie Jarvis 'Williams

Mary Cecilia Kiely * Jennie Marion Williams
Edward August Lehman William Roger Williams



NORTH CHESTNUT STREET SCHOOL.

Frank Louis Avery Mary Frances Moriarty

Clara Isabelle Coleman Annie Imelda McElligott

Raymond Michael Flynn Frances Genevieve O'Connell

John Thomas Lynch George Wilbert Olin

Edith Mary Lyons William Timothy Shea

Charles Edgar Mayette Edward Charles Smith



WEST STREET SCHOOL.

Armand Arthur Beaudreau Juliette Alma Lemieux

Jeremiah Joseph Brick Frank Edward Maloney

Dorila Rose Anna Brodeur Charles Frances Manning

Howard Alexander Casey Mary Anna Martineau

Jeremiah Francis Collins Hugh Morrison
Marie Louise Eugenie DupontRose Clara Murphy

Marie Stella Agnes Forgette Ralph Edward Nugent

Patrick Edwin Gear Francis Augustine O'Connell

William Alfred Gervais Marietta Pease

Lyle Mary Graham Eva Victoria Roberts

Marie Gertrude Hickey Charles Bernard Ryan

Alice Jane Hunter Roy Lorenzo Squier

Katherine Reith Jameson John Edward Sullivan

Almanzor Louis LaFrance George Adam Thompson

Bertha Blanche Langevin James Edward Wolfe



WEST HOLYOKE SCHOOL.
Ravmond John Bluemer



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REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE

EVENING SCHOOL.

MECHANICAL DRAWING.



Arthur Riel
John Sears
Lawrence Tatro



William Moquin
George Keating



Laura Boissy
Frances Heffron



BOOKKEEPING.

Agnes Driscoll



STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRITING.

Edward M. Ezold Gertrude M. McGue



NINTH GRADE.



Arthur Bligh
David A. Burnett
Henry G. Craven
John J. Bresnahan
Eugene L. Gugenberger
Elzear I. Campagna
Timothy J. Moriarty
George J. Sicard
Katherine R. Allen
Anna Mooney
Mary A. Rogers
Mary Sullivan
Mary E. Kennedy
Evelyn C. Hogan
Lena J. Babyok
Helen C. Kelliher
William A. Lamothe
Joseph C. Therrien



Charles M. Becher
Florence M. Lyon
Carolyn F. Shea
Frederick Craven
Charles Kistner
William Miffert
Robert Neil
Emille Willemann
Alice Hickey
Eva R. Perry-
Anna A. Smith
Elizabeth G. Doyle
Minnie A. McMahon
Mary G. Moriarty
Margaret R. O'Neil
Frances L. Connor
James J. Brennan
Catherine M. E. Sullivan



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REPORT OF



Truant Officers.



To the School Committee of the City ofHolyoke.

Gentlemen: — We herewith offer to your honorable
Board the report of your Truant Officers for the school year
ending June 28th, 1907, together with the report of the
school census, taken during the months of September and
October. Messrs. Thomas Ashe and John Ryan were ap-
pointed to take the school census, and they find that there
are 10.460 children between the ages of five and 15 in the
city.

The following table shows the school census by dis-
tricts, Sept. 1, 1907, Sept. 1, 1906, and May 1, 1878; the gain
in each district in each of these years, also the number at-
tending the public, private and parochial schools; the num-
ber at work and the number neither at work nor at school,
etc. :



SCHOOL CENSUS PER DISTRICT.



District


1

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4


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6


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7 8,9 10 Totals


1907
1906
1878
Gain over i8f8


1723

1804

406

1317


1

1 2 12 1798

1164,1785

825 1 252

387 1546


1567

1659

1340

227


2010

2081

114

1896


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44 I39 8 ! 35 '0460

45 I385 3< , >0585
35 1 261 25 , 3163

9 372 10 7297

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SCHOPI.S.


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1907

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526

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369
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1 Rosary Parish School

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4 Mt. St. Vincent School .
4 Holy Family Institute
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205



The following table shows the number of children in
each district neither at work nor at school between the ages
of five and 15 to be 165, 43 less than in 1906.

One hundred and thirty-seven are under the school age
(seven years), and are not required by law to attend school ;
nine over 14 who are not obliged to attend school on account
of being over the compulsory age, leaving but 19 children
between the ages of seven and 14 years not attending school.













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The following table shows the number in the mills,
shops and stores, also the number minding house, Septem-
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REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE



ABSENT WITHOUT PERMISSION.





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RETURNED FROM THE STREETS.





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REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE



TRUANTS AND TRUANCIES.

From North Chestnut Street school there were 23 truants
and 53 truancies.

From Appleton Street School there were 5 truants and 17
truancies.

From Elm Street school there were 2 truants and 3 truan-
cies.

From South Chestnut Street school there were 5 truants
and 9 truancies.

From Park Street school there were 17 truants and 20 tru-
ancies.

From Hamilton Street school there were 14 truants and 17
truancies.

From iSargeant Street school there were 3 truants and 7
truancies.

From Sacred Heart school there were 4 truants and 5 tru-
ancies.

From Precious Blood school there were 16 truants and 32
truancies.

From South Street School there was 1 truant and 1 truancy.

From St. Jerome school there were 40 truants and 77 tru-
ancies.

From West Street school there were 10 truants and 13 tru-
ancies.

From Rosary school there were 2 truants and 4 truancies.

From Perpetual Help school there were 14 truants and 17
truancies.

From Bridge Street school there were 8 truants and 11 tru-
ancies.



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TABLE OF AGGREGATES.



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September, 1906, ! 4:4 378

October, 1906, 372 | 340 I

November, 1906, ; 258 248 I

December, 1906, 232 191 1

January, 1907, ( 304 319 I

February, 1907, 223 ' 206

March, 1907, 234 214

April, 1907, > 344 1 3 22 I

May, 1907, I 349 3 2 3 I

June, 1907, 1 170 150



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2 12 REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE

Following the splendid record made during the school
year of 1906, when truancy in our schools was reduced
nearly 50 percent over the preceding year, we again call
your attention to the fact that during the present school
year of 1907, truancy has been reduced nearly 12 per cent
over that of 1906.

We have at the truant school at the present time six
hoys.

We have issued to minors between 14 and 16 years of
age 899 certificates from Dec. 1, 1906. to Dec. 1, 1907. We
have issued several hundred certificates to minors between
the ages of 16 and 21, certifying that they could read and
write simple sentences in the English language.

Thanking you, gentlemen of the School Board, Super-
intendent and teachers, for your kind assistance in the dis-
charge of our duties,

Yours respectfully,
T. W. DOYLE.
EDOUARD CADIEUX.
THOMAS E. GALLAGHER.



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REPORT OF

BOARD OF HEALTH



To the Honorable, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of
the City ofHolyoke.

Gentlemen: — The Board of Health respectfully submit
the following report for the year ending November 30, 1907 :

ORGANIZATION.

The Board met February 4, 1907, and elected the follow-
ing officers:

A. B. Wetherell, M. D., Chairman.

F. A. Woods, M. D., Secretary.

J. J. Linehan, Health Officer.

H. C. Emerson, M. D., Bacteriologist.

March 30, 1907, J. J. Linehan resigned as member of the
Board of Health and Health Officer. April 2, 1907, J. Sid-
ney Wright was appointed a member of the Board of Health
and May 9, 1907, was appointed Health Officer.

Regular monthly meetings have been held each month
and special meetings as needed during the year.



UNDERTAKERS.

Fourteen (14) licenses have been granted to engage in
this business during the year.

SAUSAGE MANUFACTURE.

Seven (7) licenses have been granted for the manufac-
ture of sausage and prepared meat.



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BARBER SHOPS.

There have been several inspections made of the fifty-
two (52) barber shops in the city. With few exceptions all
have been found in satisfactory condition.

ANIMALS INSPECTED.

During the months' of October and November, a general
inspection of all neat cattle and swine was made as ordered


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