Jennie
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JENNIE BRYSON

Camden Courier-Post - June 22, 1933

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL IS GIVEN BANQUET 
Miss Jennie Bryson Tendered Farewell Fete by Parent-Teachers

Miss Jennie Bryson, principal of the Dudley School, was honored yesterday afternoon at a farewell banquet given under the auspices of the executive board and social committee of the Dudley School Parent-Teacher Association. 

Principal of the Dudley School eight years and prior to that a teacher there for 15 years, Miss Bryson will take over the duties in September as principal of the Washington-Beideman School, River road and Cambridge Street. 

The farewell banquet was conducted at the school amid a profusion of bouquets, baskets of flowers, and many colorful decorations. The flowers were later donated to Cooper Hospital for the cheer of patients. 

Miss Laura Pittenger, a teacher at the school, was the banquet mistress of ceremonies. She, in behalf of the teachers and pupils, and Mrs. Lucinda J. Walters, president of the parent-teacher group, in behalf of that organization, commended Miss Bryson for her long and able service to the school and expressed regret that she was leaving.

Miss Bryson expressed her appreciation in a brief response and added that she will long cherish memories of the school, its pupils, their parents and her other associations there. Miss Bryson lives at 610 North Fifth Street. In addition to her service at the Dudley School, she was principal of the Rosedale and Beideman Schools. 

The executive board of the Parent Teacher Association includes Mrs. Walters, president; Mrs. James Banks, vice president; Helen Richie, secretary; Mrs. Charles Leone, treasurer; Mrs. Katharine Conley, chairman of the social committee; Mrs. Bertha Walker, chairman of the welfare committee; Mrs. Lillian Isackson, chairman of the membership committee; Mrs. Marguerite Truempy chairman of the program committee, and Mrs. Louise Gick, chairman of the hospitality committee. 

The social committee includes Mrs. Conley, chairman; Mrs. Jeanette Cooper, Mrs. Della Jarvis, and Mrs. Mary Deeney.

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