Supt F. A. Tiedgen
Superintendent at Mason High School, Mason, Michigan in 1910.
"For the past two years Supt. F. A. Tiegden has directed the affairs of the Mason schools in a most efficient and capable manner.
Mr. Tiedgen was born in Hamburg, Livingston County, Michigan in 1877. In 1887 his parents moved to Eaton county, where he attended the rural schools through the ninth grade. In the winter term of 1893-1894 he entered the preparatory department of Olivet College, graduating in 1900 with the degree A. B. In May, 1900, he was elected superintendent of schools at Vermontville, Michigan, and retained the same through four consecutive years. In the summer of 1903 he attended the U. of M. and continued there as a post-graduate student during part of the year 1904-1905, withdrawing in April to accept a position as teacher in Detroit University school, where he continued the following year. He entered the Cass City Schools as superintendent in 1906, remaining there two years."
Information and photo from the 1910 Anchora Yearbook of Mason High School