The Kalida school is the same school in which Algern Ragle later taught, sometime after 1881.
From an article by Frank Curtis Woodruff: Abram T. Woodruff learned the carpenter trade and worked on the locks and aquaducts of the canals in Ohio, where he was born. He was also engaged in lumbering. In 1857 he married Sarah Ann Kretzinger. 5 Children were born to this couple in Ohio. He enlisted in the 192nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War. The family moved to Woodson Co. KS, southeast of Yates Center in the Kalida neighborhood in 1867.
The older lady in the picture is Mary Jane Woodruff Ragle, wife of Jacob Ragle and mother of Gertrude Ragle.
The young lady in the picture is Gertrude May Ragle Clayton, and the children are Lois and Elsin Clayton. Picture, taken ca. 1912, provided by Sharon Viets.