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Honor To Whom Honor Is Due Mr. N. 0. Kimbler, director of the Teachers Retirement Fund, has kindly furnished the Journal the following list of retired tea- chers. We honor them for the contributions they have made to Kentucky youth. We trust they may enjoy their retirement. Teachers Who Retired As of July 1, 1942 Laura Mason Haskins, Fayette County. Mildred Lee Starling, Fayette County. Leon Wickliffe Taylor, Fayette County. George Jacob Gaines, Garrard County. Rosa Cabell Greene, Henderson County. Flora A. J. Walker, Henderson County. Thomas Shaffer, Lincoln Co. Thomas Payne, Logan County Elizabeth Faustina Bowen, Ma- son County . Robert Lee Smith, Metcalfe County. Tompie Newton Howard, Mon- roe County. John Jay Brown, Taylor Co. Robert Martin Small, Todd Co. Maria Cunningham, Trigg Co. Laura Gibson, Barbourville In- dependent. Lulu B. Smith, Covington In- dependent. Lucinda Lewis, Cynthiana In- dependent. William Eli Newsom, Cynthi- ana Independent John William Bate, Danville Independent Lewis Wentworth Gee, Hop- kinsville Independent Fannie M. Bronston Postell, Hop'kinsville Independent. Carrie Etta Alexander, Lou- isville (Central Col. High.) Gertrude Augusta Bassett, Lou- isville (Western) Charlotte Bryant, Louisville (Western) George Lewis Bullock, Louis- ville (Central Col. High) Joseph Seamon Cotter, Louis- ville (S. C. Taylor) Lucretia Morris Gibson, Louis- ville (Virginia Ave.) Reubena Dehoney Rogers, Lou- isville (James M. Bond) Prima Fitzbutler Washington, Louisville (S. C. Taylor) Salome Cecelia Worthington, Louisville (Western) Bettie Hayes White, Kentucky State College for Negroes Dennis Henry Anderson, West Ky. Vocational Training School

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