Teacher List 1935 part 2
R. i? WILLIAMSBURG TEACHER LIST (continued lion page 1) RURAL SCHOOLS IN SAFE GEAR (continued from page one) school, South Haven, Mich. .Irene Kelly, Junior High, Seattle, Seattle, Wash. .Bernice Evans, English, J. Sterling Morton High School, Chicago. Homer Fossler, Supt. schools, Martelle. iWanda iQliver, librarian, high school Denver, Colo. Martha Kuch, high school, Los Angeles. >Gus Lynch, mathematics, high school, Thebes, 111. (Louise Cochran, English, Fairfield Fairfield High School. Rita Hanson, junior high, Harlan. Harlan. lAlberta Cochran, music, Lewistown, Lewistown, IVTont. Bertilla Driscoll, high school, Neola. Esther Uhlmann, parochial school, St. Joseph, Mich. Maurine Montgomery, high school, West Branch. Herman Greif, parochial school, Racine Wis, Dorothy Misbach, 2nd ,pri- iDows. Esther 'Owens, principal, Conroy Conroy high school. Elenora Von Hoene, high school, Keosauqua. Francis Flanagan, government, history, /Burt, Mrs. Elizabeth Bjjork, high school, Wilmette, 111, JErma Davis, high school, La Porte City. Elizabeth Shannahan, 1st primary, primary, Oxford, 'Caroline Wallace, home economics, economics, Jesup, Kathryn Smith, home economics, economics, George. (Genevieve Duffy, Supt. maternity maternity ward, Creighton University University hospital, Lona y«tes, supervisory position, position, Washington University Hospital, Hospital, Seattle, Wash, •Qwillym Evans, athletic coach, high school, Downer's Grove, 111. •Shine; No. 4, .Gladys Myers; No, -5, Dollie Felten; No. 6, Edna McAdam; No. 7, Naomi Mohr No. 8, Marjorie Walter. . Honey Creek No. 1, Violet Cronbaugh; No. •3, Alice iGates; iNo. 4, Luella Rouse; No. >6, *iBessie Haloupek; No. 7, Mary Ann McSwiggin; No. 8, <3retchen Mumby; No. 9, Keitha McLeod; No. 10, *Garlyn Heller; No. 11, *Catherine Landis. Landis. No. 3, *Margaret Kennedy; low* No. 6, Frank Frese; No. 7, * Louise Ahrens. Lenox iNo. 2, Angela Emanuel; No. 3, Mary Louise Crozier; No. 4, Patricia Patricia DeSfcain. ( Lincoln NIo. 1, *Constance Disterhoft; No. 2, Florence Hinrichs; No. 3, Charlotte Brandt; NIO. 4, *Erma Taylor; INfo. 6, Edn a M. Smith; No, 7, Eva Wilson; No. 8, Catherine Catherine Murrin. Marengo Aurora, Helen Misel; Fairview, Helen Kramer; Harmony, Iris Cooperider; Pleasant Valley, Geneva Geneva iBrown Beyer; Oak Grove, Feme L. Halverson; Union Star, Nancy Bruhn Rush, Pilot Pilot Center, Mary Ablard; Colton, Melba Gahrjngj Maple 'Grove, Margaret Jones; North 'Pilot, *Emma .Montross; Ellen Birmingham; No. 6, Velma Griffin; No. 7, Julia 'Griffin; No, .B, Mary Clear; ^Mo. 9, Marie- Kelly. Private School! ' ' St. John's Lutheran, Lincoln, IFred Voigtmann; St. John's Lutheran, Iowa, iRoland Roehmer and Herman Daenzer; St. Paul's Lutheran, Williamsburg, Oscar Kamprath; Trinity Lutheran, Conroy, A. Daenzer; Immanuel's Lutheran, York, J, C. Mattfeld and 'Gertrude Uhlmann; St. John's Sisters of . St. Francis, Victor. BETTY AND HENRY KLINGEMAN KLINGEMAN RETURN TO CHICAGO Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holz accompanied accompanied by their grandchildren, grandchildren, Henry and Betty Klingeman, Klingeman, who have been visiting with them for the past eight weeks,, drove Sunday to a town in Illinois Illinois which is a half way "'mark between Williamsburg and Chicago, Chicago, There they met their son- n-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klingemann, who ook their children back to then- home in Chicago after a short isit. Osw 'Glandorf, parochial school, Dubuque, •Lyltt Nash, music, Jefferson Barracks, Wo, •Ernest iHudepohl, parochial school, Clinton. Elmer Huedepohl, school, Mtysen, 111, Hill, Virginia Smith; Pilot Grove, Aurel Hannah; Omaha, '*Catherine '*Catherine Lortz; Row's Hill, Margaret Murphy; South Pilot, Helen Murphy, Sumner No. 1, poris Cronbaugh; No. 2, 'Oledythe Fjse.r; N», .8, Margaret Pvyan; No. 4, Eileen Jones; No. 5, 'Mildred Peters; (No. <3, Marie Kimm; No, 7, Nina Rose, Troy No. 2, Gwendolyn Jones; No. 8, Marguerite Shannahan;'No, '6, Mildred James; No. 8, *Kathry n OWA COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE Hadenfeldt. Wellington NIO, 1, *Bx>ra Schultz; No, g, *Verla Schumacher; No. 3, Irene Boucher? No, 4, Lulu Sheets; No. ! 5, Retina Brown, Yprk parochial No. 1, * Arthur Iburg; No. 2 I.IPvedft B. Jflelting; No. 4, Mary High School Building, Friday,. Sept. 13, 193S, 8:30 A. M. Faculty—E. L, Ritter, Extension Extension Staff, Iowa S. T, C., Cedar- Falls, Iowa,- Rowland 'Hanson,, Extension Staff, I, S. T. C., Ced-: ar Falls, Iowa; Jessie M. Parker, State Department, Des Moines;-' Hazel iBratton, Bureau of Dental Hygiene,-Iowa City; Grace L.. Bowman, Iowa County Co-ordin- ator, Victor; Rev. E. S. Menehor, Methodist Church, Marengo, la. ALICE DESPAIN,.Co, DESPAIN,.Co, Supt,. LEFT FOR ST, LOUIS Robert J. Donohc-e, who spent the vacation period at. the parental parental home in town left Monday for St.- Louis where he resumes his work as a theological student MI Kenrick Seminary. He has two years in which to complete his studies; he has been six years &• student in various schools from California to, St. Lo«j s , and is pleased to be so near to the en* of his constant studies..