Mrs. Davenport taught at least twice at Bohannon, but she didn't finish out the year in 1955, possibly because of illness. Here is all we've learned about her. We haven't found a picture.

From the Find A Grave website we get this obituary: MACON CHRONICLE-HERALD, Macon, Missouri, Thursday, Sept. 27, 1973--MRS. MAGGIE DAVENPORT DIES

Maggie Davenport, 81 of Callao, died today at the Samaritan Hospital. Funeral services will be held Saturday at the Old Chariton Primitive Baptist Church of which she was a member. Burial will be in Chariton Cemetery. Mrs. Davenport was born Apr. 3, 1892 in Atlanta, the daughter of Thomas and Matilda (Ford) Lyda. She had lived in Macon County most of her life and taught schools for 25 years. Surviving are one brother, Oscar Lyda of Billings, Montana; one half-brother, Curtis Lyda of the state of Nebraska; and one son, Theodore Davenport of Callao. Arrangements are under direction of the Bram-Edwards Funeral Home in Callao.

Additionally, we found this account of what was known locally as a "Box Supper".
Macon Chronicle-Herald, Saturday, November 15, 1952
A net profit of $106 was realized at the annual pie supper held recently at the Bohannon school south of Anabel. The money will be used for equipment for the school. Mrs. Maggie Davenport, teacher, and the pupils of the school presented a program of dialogues, monologues, poems and songs. Mrs. John Kasbeck was accompanist. The boxes brought by the young ladies of the community were auctioned by William Sherman. Several contests were held with Mrs. Mona Miles winning the car for being the best woman driver and Miss Barbara Ruefner receiving the prize for the most popular young lady. Chuck Farmer won the blanket. Refreshments of pie, coffee, hot dogs, and pop were sold after the auction.