THE FREMONT COUNTY HERALD. April 29, 1910. "Clem's Services Appreciated". -- Last week's issue of the Corning Free Press contained the following in relation to Clem Frazier, son of Eli Frazier of Randolph, formerly at the head of the Riverton schools. Clem has a wide acquaintance in Fremont county and his many friends will be glad to learn that he is making good in his new home.
The school board of Nodaway at their meeing on Monday evening voted to advance the salary of Prof. C. V. Frazier from $720 per year to $1,000 if he will consent to remain with the school. Mr. Frazier has built up a school at Nodaway that is second to none in a town the size of Nodaway in the state, and there are very few its equal in much larger places.
It is was said the gentleman will remain for the salary offered.
It always pays to get the best. An unsuccessful school teacher is expensive at any price. There has been some talk of Mr. Frazier becoming the democratic condidate for county superintendent but he has not said he would enter the race. The compliment paid him by the school board is one that any man should be proud of.