School: Pine Valley Mound, Neillsville, Wisconsin
Contact: Dolores Kenyon
Surnames: Alden, Froehlich, Hoffman, Carl, Smith
----Source: Private photo collection of Sandra Little
Pine Valley Mound School
Teacher: Pearl Green - grades 1 through 8.
Front Row: Patty Roder, Arlo Smith, Mel Appleyard, Evelyn Carl, Oakley Smith; Row 2: Teddy Meinholdt, Irv Marg, Wendell Roder, Donald Marg, Herb Smith, Delores Haas (Hause?) Jeannette Carl; Back Row: Mrs. Greene, teacher, Jeannette (Janett) Jeannine, Ralph Smith, Marie Smith, Everett Smith, Melvin Marg, Francis Laatsch. This photo and the identifications were provided by Sandra Little.
Pine Valley Mound Teachers
|1929 - 30||
|1943 - 44||
|1948 - 51||
Ella Hoffman (1916 - 2004)
Mary Carl (1899 - 1995)
Pearl Greene (1900 - 1990)
Pine Valley Mound School Board
|Floyd Eli Heck (1918 - 2010) served for 7 years|
Pine Valley Mound News Clips
|Residents of the Pine Valley Mound School district, adjoining the city of Neillsville to the northwest, will vote March 12 whether to dissolve their district and attach it to the Neillsville – Pine Valley – Grant Joint District. February 1957, Clark Co. Press|
|Voters of Pine Valley Mound district, bordering Neillsville to the north and west will vote next Tuesday evening on a petition to join the Neillsville High School District. March 1957, Clark Co. Press|
My grandfather, Ralph Smith, attended this school along with his siblings (Everett, Marie, Arlo, Oakley & Herb). He referred to it as the Pine Valley Mound School. Would this be the same as Silver Crest? You are welcome to add any of these to the website if you wish. They were shared with me by my grandpa who passed away this past August 3, 2014. Sandra Little
I found that the name Delores Haas (Hause?) should be Dolores Hause. Found her marriage, she later was the bride of Warren Van Kirk of Humbird. Dolores Kenyon
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