Mrs. James Goudreau - 1969 School Board - pictured



Mrs. James Goudreau - 1969 School Board - pictured - the two seats open on the Area Board of...
the two seats open on the Area Board of Education. A Mrs. Goudreau, Wood File For School Board Two more candidates have filed nominating petitions for total of five announced candidates candidates are now competing for the two four-year terms open. The school election will be held June 9. Filing with Board Secretary Mrs. Margaret Waters were Mrs. James (Verna) Goudreau of Gulliver and Leon Wood, Rte. 1. Hiawatha Township, Previously announced candl- dates include incumbent Earl H. LeBrasseur, Mrs. John (Mary) Moffat and William L. Mueller, all of Manistique. In- cumbent Robert Orr is not seeking re-election. j Mrs. Goudreau, who lives in Gulliver with her husband and five children, is a former mem- ber of the Doyle Township School Board and served as secretary of that board during w'A iï ! , M. ' 1 lit: t;i.Ümüläih‘ •■:!1 ia< Mrs. James Goudreau Wood is a World War TT veteran, veteran, on duty from 1942-47, and served in the European Theater with a tank destroyer unit. He entered the U.S. Army as a private and was honorably discharged as a Captain. He holds the Distinguished Service Cross, three Purple Hearts and two Presidential Unit Citations for his army service. For two years he was Post Exchange officer and civilian manager of a PX in Heidelberg, Germany following World War II. Deadline May 12 Wood is a member of the Legion of Valor (Washington, DC.), the Michigan Outdoor Writer’s Association, and the Manistique Art Club. He is also also chairman of the Schoolcraft Area Fact-Finding Group, formed to inquire into local school taxation and procedures. He is married to the former her two and one-half year ap-'been active in PTO work. Her, Doris Richardson of Newcastle, pointive term. Following school husband is employed by the England. The Woods have two reorganization, she was em- Michigan Department of High- children, Larry, 18, a student at ployed as a bookkeeper by the ways. Her children all attend Michigan Technological Uni Area Schools for two years. area schools and range in age versitv in Houghton, and Val- She is a former secretary of from six to eighteen years. erie, 8. a second grader at the the Doyle Township Parent- Mrs. Goudreau was born in Hiawatha School. Teacher Organization and has Newberry and moved to the | The final date for filing nom- Manistique area as a child. She inating petitions is May 12 at 4 attended local schools and is a p.m. Petitions are available at 1949 graduate of the Manis- the Central School business of- tique High School. fice. Inland Employe ---------------------—• Wood, who resides in Hiawatha Hiawatha Township, is an 18-year employe of the Inland Lime & Stone Co. where he works as a MSU Players Stage Program MHS Students Head Debates stacker operator. He was a “The Magic of the Stage” will school board nominee last year be performed for Manistique but withdrew his candidacy to Area School students on May 8. support candidate Robert The special performance, pre- Knoph of Manistique Township Tw0 Manistique High School sented under the auspices of who is currently treasurer of students are serving as chair- the University of Michigan the Area Board. men 0f srnall discussion groups Professional Theatre Program, I He was born in Manistique, at the Upper Peninsula School will begin at 12:45 p.m. attended local schools and is a conference on Citizenship at The one and one-half hour 1932 Manistique High School glanev Park. dramatic presentation will in- graduate, The three-day conference

Clipped from The Escanaba Daily Press01 May 1969, ThuPage 13

The Escanaba Daily Press (Escanaba, Michigan)01 May 1969, ThuPage 13
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