Teacher List May 1935 part 2

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Teacher List May 1935 part 2 - TRIBUNE WILLIAMSBURG. IOWA THURSDAY. MAY 23...
TRIBUNE WILLIAMSBURG. IOWA THURSDAY. MAY 23 1935 of of son, Orrln, attended the class play it* Victor Friday .evening. L. A. Wlnborn of Williamsburg, Williamsburg, was a busines caller in this vicinity Friday. Willis Davis shelled corn for LeRoy 'Richards and Ed Buhrman Thursday, Rev. and Mrs, Chord called at •the Jess Misbach- home and also In Williamsburg Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, John Haas and daughter, Eunice, were callers last week at the Lloyd Maudlin home. Mtembers of the Genoa Bluff church ladies Aid were entertained entertained at the Jess Misbach home Friday. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dicrcks and Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Brown and son,, Gene, were Willianwburg calleis Monday. 'Ralph Davis hauled a load of wood from Earl Bahrs Thursday. Daniel Welaskopf. No. 8: iMary Landuyt. Leo Murtha. Paul Murtha. Harvey Maschmann. IOWA COUNTY EIGHTH GRADES (Continued from page 1) , teach- cr. Feme (Kintmich, 97.75, Wash- ngton No. 4, Lulu Brown Sheets, ;eachor. 'Eileen McGivern, 97.35, Sum- i ner No. 4, Eileen Jones, teacher. | Flriede Meyer, 97., St. Paul's Lutheran, Oscar Kamprath, teacher. teacher. Vivhin Davis, 9G.75, Colton, HIM, Melba iGahr.ing, teacher. Geraldin'3' Gaffey, 96.2(5, Boyle Greene, Esther 'O'Donnell, teacher. teacher. •Olive Shultz, 95.76, Fairview, ' Marengo, Loveil Shedenhelm, teacher. Rleitn 'McCallister, 95.12', Troy No. .8, Bertilla Driscoll, teacher. Jane Blytho, 94'.87, Troy No. 2, Jeanette Williams, teacher. *—Average 90 per cent or above. Cono Township- Dayton. Frederick Hartkemeyer. iCono: Dale Miscl. Haro'd Birch. Pitllv Snyers. Dayton Township—. !Da,yton Center: Doris Shaul'l. Jea.n Win.egarden. June Dillon. Therssa Aj*new. Bernard Agnew. Hillside: Antene Hoirras. Mfid'd''e English: .Cecil 'Grimm. Hilton Townihlp— Lincoln: *LilMan Sehwa.rting. Fred Von Lienan. Lillian Heitshusen. *.Ro*ettfl, Hopp. Money Creek Townihip— No. 5: *Mlary Haloupek, No. 8: Hilda Koenlg. Da,le Gorsch. Floyd Hawkins. No. 9: *Arlillian Gould. Lenox Township- No. 2: Lavern K'uen. Curtia iDelana. Paul Reihman. No. 4: * Dolores .Brecht. Irene Ballard. Lincoln Township- No. 2: Helen Van Oteghan. No. 4: Adena Wiedow. Merle Robinson. No. 6: Donald Dietrich. Charles PArkl. No. 7: *Rtfth Ooonan. *Doria Reinhart. Marengo Township— Fa.irview: *,0live Shultz. Madeline Fiser. Harmony: Dorothy LaGrange. Pleasant Valleiy: Merl Head. Kenneth Bahr. :0akgiiove: * Helen Petty. ArTene Myers. Union Stair: *Lester Eichhoirn. Pilot Township— 'Colton: Herbert Heltshusen. (Frances Mattfeld. .Esther Teggaltz. St. John's Lincoln: Edna Burke. (Everett Fruendt. Christian Hinrichs. Gordon Hinrichs. Irene Koehn. Arthur Schultz. Ruftis Young. St. John's, Iowa: *Flora iHuedepohl. *Herbert Folkmann. *Arnold Maas. Edith Maias. Arnold 'Moennich. Orville Wichmann. Viola Trimpe. Ethel Vogt. Rita Wagner. .Sherman : Wayne Stewart. 'EngliisJi : Boltz: Jean Oedg'er. CheiTy: *Nadine Rogers. *DoinaJd OMeara 1 . 'Gritter: * Donna Fa as. •Clarence Bonnater. 'Otis Holelton. Webster: J«an Dennis. Fillmore Township— B'eirry : *Do is Ronham. Crossn'oads: Pauline Kirkpati'ick. Hickory Ridere: *0na,l Bnllard. Wayne Singleton. Bonnie Tedrow. Union: Dorothy Yoder. Yankee Point: Ivan Long. Glenn Garringer. Greene Township— Boyle: *Mnxin'0 Blount. *Geraldine Gaffey. *'Oeraldine Meafle. B.erniice Donohoe, Harold Donohoe. Paul Don oboe'. Joseph Gallagher. (Greene Valley: Vaughn Humphrey, •Greene Center: *Ruth Gingerich. Hazel Yodieir. Robert Martin, Oakland: Patricia HerdUcka. *Waldo Fiaher. Tucke-r: I(vnn Popham, Poplar Grove: 'Audrey Swartzendrubw, *Kathryn Yoder. INora Doolin, Whitehall: 'Curtis Yoder. Hartford Townihip— , No. 1; Evelyn Thimpon Vada Bahr, (No. 2: *01ara Van Navel. Catherine Saey, John Van Waua. iNo. 4: iGerald Lenton, No. 6: *Thelma Hinder. No. 7: *Lau'rene BendschneJder, *,A'lvin Eggert. North Pilot: *iEa'i - l Miorse jr. 'Geraldino Goodman. Dean 'Goodman. Byron Knock. Pilolt Grove: Dorothy Fant. Marian Lo c uth. M'o'ba Yewnian. Bobbie Durr. Ira Schtessielman. South Pilot: *Lee Faas. *Edwaird Edwards. James Faias. IDeiniar B.erstler. Sumner Township—- •••i No. 2: • " *Viola Mae Weaver. Florence Van Hoecke. May Hunaleman. No. 3: Harold Gunzenhauser. No. 4: *Eileen MoGivern. No. 5: Eileen Langlas. *Donald Lamglas. Mildred Thomas. ' ; Noi G: *Geraldine Staelens. No. 7: Dale Risdon. Troy Township- No. 2: *Ruth Jones. "Jeam Blythe. *Leighton Pierce. *Henry Zilmpleman, Lloyd Zimpleman. •No. 3: Marion Kolly. No. 5 : *Otis Stangland. iDelbert Jones. Charles Hofmaster, No. 8: *.R*:'l'a McCalister. Frances Niswander. Robert Slaiger. Washington Township- No. 1: Howard Primml. No. /3: Leale Fielder. iNo. 4: *Ferne 'Bimmich. York Township— (No. l: *Veron'a 'Ficben, No. 2: Curtis 'Landa. John Nidey, * Robert Wallace. Herbert Wallace, No. 6: Lyle Donohoe, No. 7: *iEather Humphreys, Viola Chitenan. No, «: Inez Welsh, No. 9: Catherine Driaco-11. •Carl Rrakaw. Trinity Lutheran, Hilton; *AHce Heitshusen. Regina Sanderefeld. Raymond Sanderefeld, St. Paul's Lutheran. *Friedfr Meyer, Zion Lutheran: EvereM Karsten. Immanuers Lutheran*Paula Lutheran*Paula Heitehuaen, *Dovothy Iburg. Elsie Glandorf, *< M M 11 Milt' The FAIR Store |3 boxes Matches 22c Large pkg. Magic Washer 21ci 8 bars Toilet Soap 14 1 Tb. box Arm and Hammer Soda ... . Q cans Lewis Lye I9c 1 pkg. Bisquick ig 2 Ibs. Fresh Cakes 25c 1 cake pan free with each package chocolate. Flanag an Donohoe ELECTRICALLY COOKED FOODS LOOK BETTER TASTE BETTER ARE BETTER Buy a HOTPOINT The range that gives (greater SPEED ECONOMY SATISFACTION New Low Prices Easy Terms Iowa Electric Co. 'IMIIIIIIII.H Give your Graduate one of these beautiful ELGINS... choose from our complete selections! The now, di.iiucllre round Elgin, 17 jowcli, M fct. natural or while laid filled caw. 117.50 Trim, compact Ellin, ideal (or sivlnj. IS jcwcli, trtctiro caw.. 135.00 • Elgin beauty is more than case deep. 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Clipped from Williamsburg Journal Tribune23 May 1935, ThuPage 4

Williamsburg Journal Tribune (Williamsburg, Iowa)23 May 1935, ThuPage 4
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