SUMMERLAND MUSEUM STUDENTS One of the pioneer teachers in Summerland was Miss Alice Elliott, shown here in 1907 with her class from Town School on Hospital Hill in Lower Summerland. Students in the front row from left are Doris Williams, Eva Shields, Lillian Webster, Muriel Phinney, Arthur Raincock, Kathleen Raincock, (first name unknown) Webster, Edna English, Marjorie Eagles, Florence Eagles, Ida Shields, Kathleen Brown and Bertha Bristow. In the middle row from left are Helen Robertson, Jean Babbit, Annie Walker, Liluy Robinson, Olive Bristow, Doris Fulton, Miss Elliott, Clarence Raincock, J. Raincock, Raymond Manchester and Donald Ross. In the back row from left are Gladys Wolverton, Rosie Pierre, Jessie Phinney, (first name unknown) Tomlin and Edward Arkell.

An early class picture

In 1907, Town School in Lower Summerland was on Hospital Hill

One of the pioneer teachers in Summerland was Miss Alice Elliott, shown here in 1907 with her class from Town School on Hospital Hill in Lower Summerland.

Students in the front row from left are Doris Williams, Eva Shields, Lillian Webster, Muriel Phinney, Arthur Raincock, Kathleen Raincock, (first name unknown) Webster, Edna English, Marjorie Eagles, Florence Eagles, Ida Shields, Kathleen Brown and Bertha Bristow.

In the middle row from left are Helen Robertson, Jean Babbit, Annie Walker, Liluy Robinson, Olive Bristow, Doris Fulton, Miss Elliott, Clarence Raincock, J. Raincock, Raymond Manchester and Donald Ross.

In the back row from left are Gladys Wolverton, Rosie Pierre, Jessie Phinney, (first name unknown) Tomlin and Edward Arkell.

Anyone with information about the unidentified students is asked to contact the Summerland Museum.

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