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Mr. R. J. Wershing, Basketball Coach and Science and History teacher, has taught
in Paragon High School for seven years. He was graduated from Martinsville High
School in 1918 and taught for two years in district schools. After teaching in Advance
High School, Boone County, he was graduated from Central Normal in 1925, then
attended Wittenberg College and Illinois University. Since coming to Paragon, he
has been a favorite with every student in school and has successfully done his share
for the success of Paragon High School.
Miss Marjorie Spencer, the Vocational Home .Economics teacher, was graduated
from Kempton High School in 1922. She received her A. B. degree from Indiana
University in 1927 and has taught in Paragon the past two years. She has attained
high standing with all the girls through her leadership of 4H Club Work.
Mr. Arthur Reid, Latin and English teacher, was graduated from Martinsville
High School in 1922. He attended DePauw and Butler Universities, taught for one
year at Lynn, Indiana, and came to Paragon in 1927. His two years of experience
here has proved him to be very successful and eiiicient for the position which he
now holds. V
Miss Rozelle Flanigan, Music and English teacher, was graduated from New
Albany High School in 1920. She taught for one year in Franklin County, two years
at Muncie, and three at New Albany. She was graduated from Muncie State Normal
School in 1928, with a special course in Music and English. The following year she
came to Paragon and has become a friend of every student with whom she has come
Mr. Roy Hunter, Commercial teacher, was graduated from Lyons High School in
1922. After teaching in the Linton Public School one year and Lyons district school
one year, he attended Fort Wayne College. He received his B. S. degree from Indiana
State Normal School in 1928. He entered the Paragon Faculty the second semester
of 1928, when a commercial course was added to the course of study. .
Mr. Archie Burnett, Vocational Agricultural teacher, was graduated from Paragon
High School in 1923. He attended Danville Normal and later received his B. S. A.
degree from Purdue University in 1927. After graduating from Purdue, he held a.
position as Fruit and Vegetable Inspector for the Federal Government. Hebecame
a member of the Paragon Faculty in 1928 and has since showed his worth by his
cooperation with his Agricultural classes.