Prof. O. L. Sanders Sabine Parish, Louisiana

Prof. O. L. Sanders was born July 22, 1887, near Rattan post office, is a son of W. J. Sanders, and was reared on a farm in Sabine parish. He attended the public schools, principally at Florien, secured a first grade certificate and entered the teaching profession at the age of 17.

 Desiring to equip himself for a more useful life, he entered the Louisiana State University in 1901, from which he graduated four years later, with the degree of Master of Arts; he was senior captain of the corps of cadets and president of his class. He then completed one year's work in law at the same institution.

For the past three years he has been principal of the Sabine Literary and Agricultural High School at Oak Grove, three miles east of Converse, where he has rendered most satisfactory service, and has been re-elected principal for the session of 1913-14.

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Source: History of Sabine Parish, Louisiana, by John G. Belisle, Sabine Banner Press, 1913.


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