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C. E. MARK, B.A.
Head Master of the Normal Model School, Ottawa, was
born in Victoria County. He attended Little Britain Public
School, Lindsay Collegiate Institute and Model School.
He taught for three years in a rural school. He then atten-
ded the University of Toronto, graduating with first-class
honours in Philosophy. He received his professional train-
ing in the Faculty of Education, Toronto. He was on the
Toronto Public School staff for one year, from which he
resigned to accept an appointment in the Ottawa Normal
Model School in 1910. He was appointed to present position
SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FOR 1916-1917 ll
MISS C. E. GREEN
A graduate of the Cornwall High School and Model
School, Ottawa Normal School, and MacDonald Institute,
Guelph. She taught a primary class in Cornwall Model
School for several years previous to taking up Household
Science. After graduating from MacDonald Institute in
1910, she was for two and a half years instructor in House-
hold Science in the Public Schools and Collegiate Institute
at Kingston, and in the Faculty of Education of Queen's
University. In 1913 she was appointed to the North Bay
Normal School, and in 1915 was tranferred to Ottawa.
T. E. CLARKE, B.A., B.Paed.
Mr. T. E. Clarke is the Principal of the Elgin Street Public
School. He was born in Toronto where he received his
early education. In 1897 he attended the Ottawa Normal
School, being the gold medallist of his term. Before his
appointment to the teaching staff of the Ottawa Public
Schools he taught in Grey County and in Manit0ba- In
1906 he secured the degree of Bachelor of Arts from
Queen's University, and two years later the degree in Ped-
He is an ex-President of the Ottawa Public School Prin-
He is one of the authors of the series "Public School
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10 OTTAWA NORMAL SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FOR 1916-1917
ROY F. FLEMING
Is a graduate of liilsyth Public School, Owen Sound Col-
legiate Institute, Owen Sound Model School, Toronto Nor-
1nal School, Faculty of Education of the University of
Toronto, and with the University of Chicago holds the
three years' extra- mural credit toward the Baccalaureate
Degree of Education. He has studied Art at the Kingston
Art School, Art Students' League, De VVitt Clinton Tech-
nical School, New York City, and the New York School of
Art. of which latter institution he is an Honour Graduateg
he was a pupil of William Chase, A.N.A., and Robert Henrig
he also holds Honour Art Specialist standing in Ontario,
and besides has visited the leading art galleries of Europe.
He is one of the joint authors of the Ontario Art Manual, is
author of pigmentary colour charts and other art helps, and
is a contributor to periodicals on art subjects. I-Ie has had
experience in teaching Public School, and has been Art
JAMES S. HARTERRE
Was born in Aberdare, Great Britain. His early education
was received in the Rhondda Elementary and Higher Grade
schools. I-le taught the regular school subjects for some
yearsg and then studied at the Cardiff University. Later
he took special courses in Manual Arts at Weymoutli, Scar-
borough, and other European centres. In 1898, he became
head of the Rhondda Manual Arts Schools. In January,
1901 he began duties in Ottawa, being among the first of the
English teachers brought to this country by the Macdonald
Manual Arts Fund. He was appointed Manual Arts Master
at the Ottawa Normal School in IQO3.
Instructor of the Normal School since 1907.
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MR. CHAS. EMERY
Physical Director and Drill Instructor, has been in charge
of this department in the Ottawa Normal School for the
past nine years. He has been engaged in physical work
since 1895, when he took charge of the Ottawa Y.M.C.A.
Physical Department. In 1906, he opened a School of
Scientific Physical Training, conducting public and private
classes in gymnastics, also practising to a great extent
Medico and Orthopaedic Gymnastics.
He has studied the German, American, and Swedish
systems of Educational Gymnastics, also the Strathcona
System, recently adopted by our Education Department, for
which he holds a certificate as Instructor.
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12 OTTAWA NORMAL SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FOR 1916-1917
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3. Mrs. A. Carberry, Almonte, R.R. 5, was
born near Lanark. After graduating from High
School there, she attended Model School in
Perth, and taught for a few years. In September,
1916, she joined the then hopeful throng of Nor-
malites to take a year's training at the Ottawa
Normal School. She is one who proves that
true friendship will not pass away. M. J. M.
4. Sadie M. Chamney, Carleton Place, R.R. 1.
Sadie is a member of the "Three-Forty-Three
Quartettef' Through the complicated process of
Memory she discovers that most of her "past
experiences" were acquired in her own home
school, Carleton Place High School and Perth
Model. Her aim is three-fold-physical, intel-
lectual, and moralg namely nurse, teacher, and
5. Jennie M. Coulthart, Chesterville, R. R. 3,
a very diligent student, received part of her store
of knowledge in the Morewood High School.
She attended the Cornwall Model School, taught
in a rural school for some time, and is now
"doing her bit" at the O. N. S. She means to
improve the farmers' sons by putting into prac-
tice the principles learned at Normal.
6. Amelia A. Cronin, Braesicle, was born
amid December snows. The picturesque, woody
hills of Braeside on the Ottawa River, Renfrew
County, gave her an early love of Nature. She
obtained her elementary education at her home
school and later attended Arnprior High School.
7. Laura M. Doran, Morrisburg, was born
in that beautifully situated town on the noble
St. Lawrence. Here she attended the Public
School and Collegiate Institute, and later went
to the Cornwall Model School. After teaching
for a short time, she realized the inadequacy of
her schoolroom technique, and decided to remedy
this defect by means of a session at the Ottawa
8. Margaret A. Dowdall, Carleton Place,
R. R. l. After teaching for some time in a rural
schsool, Margaret felt the need of a Normal
training and came to Ottawa. So she entered
the stately Normal halls where studies became
her pride. She has been a shining example in
faithfulness, industry, and efficiency, and those
coming under her jurisdiction in future years
will be fortunate indeed.
9. Julia M. Doyle, Lanark, R.R. l. Julia was
born near Lanark. There she received her High
School education. She later attended Perth
Model School, and taught as successfully as
could be expected without an Ottawa Normal
School training. Her ideals are high and her as-
pirations many, and although she did not aspire
to grow high, she is like Lloyd George, "tall
when measured from the chin up." R. P. C.
10. Anna J. Durbrow, Renfrew. This petite
maiden received her elementary education at
Lochwinnoch, hence her love for "Bonnie Scot-
land." But duty called her from this little Scotch
community and she proceeded to Renfrew where
she received her secondary education and Model
training. September, 1916, found her at the Ot-
tawa Normal School, where she will always be
remembered for her ready wit and humour.
ll. Elizabeth M. Ferguson, Maxville, R.R. l.
Here is another Glengarry girl from that district
known as 'flndian Lands," a place made famous
by Ralph Connor. Being thoroughly Scotch and
a girl of high ideals, she will be remembered for
her readiness to help a friend in need.
12. Janet W. Ferguson, Forester's Falls.
Here's to Janet Ferguson, the fair-haired girl we
love. And it might be said quite truly, she's as
gentle as a dove. She was never in a hurry and
for this she won her fame: but don't misunder-
stand me, she got there just the same. And as
we are about to part to teach the rising nation
we join in wishing her success in her chosen
occupation. M. A. D.
13. Margaret A. Ferguson, Williamstown.
Margaret is a Glengarrian, coming from the
village of 'VVi1liamstown, famed as one of the
oldest educational and religious centres of East-
ern Ontario. She was agraduate of the VVilliams-
town high School and the Cornwall Model
School before entering Normal. Her chief char-
acteristics are cheerfulness, industry, loyalty,
and an intense love of music.
14. Gertrude Fraser, Northfield, R. R. 2.
Cornwall township hrst claimed herg then, com-
pleting the Public School course, she attended
Cornwall High and Model Schools. After teach-
ing for a short time she was allured by the wiles
and fascinations of the Great West and travelled
to the Pacinc Coast. She loved to gaze in won-
der at the mighty Fraser River, which bears the
name of a relative of her own.
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