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, NMR. PEASE.
Mr, Henry Pease, who has for twenty-five years been the Super-
intendent of the Titusville schools, is leaving us. Mr. Pease is well
known here in Titusville, and it is with genuine regret that his many
friends, both in and out of school, will see him go, His departure
will be a great loss to the schools as he was always interested in
children and their sports as well as in their educational progress.
Mr. Pease was born in 1856 at VVest Leyden, Louis County, New
York, at the home of his parents, who were of strict Connecticut
Puritan stock. He received his college preparation at Brockport State
Normal School. He then taught twenty pupils in Oneda. County, N.
Y., during 1874, "boarding around," and having to use snowshoes to
go back and forth. Then Mr. Pease went to Rochester College,
graduating with an A. B. degree in June, 1887. Three years later he
received his A. 'MX degree. For two years he was supervising princi-
pal at Holly, N. Y., two years at Tonawanda, and six years at Me-
dina, coming to Titusville, July 1, 1897, as Superintendent,
Mr. Pease married Miss Flora .lane Owen in 1888, who died in 1892,
leaving him two small boys, both of whom are now dead. On June
22, 1908, he was married to Miss Edna Kerr, then drawing teacher in
the Titusville schools.
After leaving Titusville, Mr, Pease is going into partnership with
Mr. Charles Irving, ill a conunission business of paper and cordage, at
Rochester, N. Y. He has our best wishes for future success.
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