Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana on August 19, 1965 · Page 11
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CALL 663-3114 IF PAPER IS HISSED— GREENSBURG DAILY NEWS Section Three Greensburg, Ind., Thursday, Aug. 19,1965 28 New Teachers In Schools Of County Twenty-eight new teachers were listed today by Supt. Donald Hayes on the rosters of the eight schools of the Decatur County Schools Corporation for the 1965-66 academic year. Last year there were 32 new teachers on tits list, including four changes of principals. There are no administrative changes this year as all eight principals have been reappointed. Only one head coach will be different. That will be at New Point High School where Robert Peters, who has been coaching in Ohio near Union City, will succeed Max Perry, who moved to Brown County High School at Nashville. Three new additions to the staffs have been made. One is Larry Gardner, former coach at Sunman High School and supervisor of guidance there in 1965- 66, who will be doing guidance and counseling work. He holds a supervisor of Guidance First Grade Certificate, has a B. S. degree in education from Indiana Central College in 1958, a master's degree from Indiana University in 1964 and seven years' experience. Another expansion involves replacements for Charles Ferguson, who taught social studies and English one-half day at Jackson and one-half day at Sandcreek. Robert Chappell, a graduate of Eastern Kentucky State College in 1964 with one year of experience at LaGrange, Ky., will be the full-time teacher of these subjects at Jackson and Edward Shuter, Aurora native and 1965 graduate of Indiana University, will be the full- time teacher at Sandcreek. 1'he other addition is in the driver education program, ex panding the number of teachers in the county from three to four Replacing Bill Watkins, who be came head coach at Holton, a Sandcreek and Burney is Don aid Katterhenry, who will teach social studies and driver educa tion and be assistant coach a Sandcreek. He received a B.S degree from Evansville College in 1965. Taking the place of A. L Levi at New Point and Clarks burg is Irvin Fox, who will teach driver education and business He has a B. S. degree from Ball State University in 1965. Replac ing Levi as part-time teacher at St. Paul is William Houk, who will teach social studies, physi cal education and driver train ing. He has a B. S. degree from Manchester College and two years' experience. Glenn Whitak er, Jackson coach, will continue SPECIAL PURCHASE! LADIES CORDUROY. JUMPERS I DAN RIVER COTTON CORDUROYS MACHINE WASHABLE NEWEST FALL SHADES • Reg. 3.95 Value WHILE THEY LAST! I NEW FALL LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS SIZES 32 to 38 DON'T MISS THESE BELL-RINGER SPECIALS! I GIRLS ITALIAN MOHAIR SWEATERS Value GIRLS DACRON- COTTON SLIPS GIRLS PANTY RIOT I I each 5 $1°° PAIR FORl I BIGGEST BARGAINS FOR BOYS! BOYS SHIRT SMASH'" 7 1: long Sleeve SUES tl 59 2 PLAIDS BOYS SIZES 3 TO 7 WESTERN STYLE SLACKS . : FORM FIT TAPERED LEGS MACHINE WASHABLE $199 IT'S A BELL OF A SALE! DON'T MISS IT! i "YOUR FRIENDLY STORE" NORTH SIDE SQ. to handle the driver education program in that school. A transfer from one school to another is that of Mrs. Len Platt, fifth grade teacher, who moved from Sandcreek to San dusky. At Sandusky she will re place Ruth Boyer, who took £ teaching position at Indianapolis The fifth grade at Sandcreek will be taught by Janice Bartells, wife of Robert Bartells and a resident of Washington Township who was graduated from Indians State University last spring. One Vacancy Supt. Hayes reported one va cancy still exists, that being a replacement for Marvin Kersey who resigned as industrial arts teacher at St. Paul. Also at St. Paul, replacing Richard Eastridge, who was not rehired, is David Douglas who will teach science and be assistant coach. A native of Owensville, Ind., he was graduated in 1964 from the University of New Mexico and took his fifth year of work at Indiana State University. Replacing Helen Emly, who resigned, is Helen Gardner who will teach business education and home economics at St. Paul. She holds a B. S. degree from Indiana University in 1961 and has four years' experience at Sunman. At Adams, Geraldine White was hired to replace Barbara Marrs who is on leave of absence. Mrs. White, who will teach grades 1 and 2, has bachelor's and master's degrees from Western Kentucky State Teachers College and five years' experience. She is a former supervising teacher. Other teaching changes listed by schools, as follows: Burney Replacing Dan Carmicha'el, who resigned to take a teaching post at Lebanon, is Mrs. Mickey Katterhenry, a native of Hanover and a graduate of Evansville College with five years' experience. She will teach business and physical education. -Darrell Crosley, who resigned as music teacher to go to Arlington, will be succeeded by John Carpenter, who has a B. S. degree from New York Teachers College in 1957 and an M. F. A.- degree from Ohio University in 1960 and was director of the concert band at Fredonia, N. Y. Taking the place of Evelyn Pitts, who will teach this year at Rushville, is Otis Busby, who will teach history and be assistant coach. He has a B. S. degree 'rom Ball State University and| wo years of experience at Milton, his hometown. The replacement for T. Kay Vance, now on a leave of absence, is Richard Soendlin, who will teach mathematics and icience. A 1965 graduate of Buter University, he is from Napoleon. William Buchanan, who holds i bachelor's degree from Ball 5tate University and a master's rom Indiana University, will each Grade 5 in place of Richard Howe. Replacing Carolyn Ackerman, who was teaching on a permit, as English instructor is Sharon Duncan, a native of Evansville and a 1965 graduate of Indiana University. Sandcreek Succeeding Winifred Armstrong, who retired, as teacher of Grade 3 will be Candace Trei- )ic, a native of Odon who was ;raduated last spring from "Yanklin College. Replacement for Rickie Cra- •ens, who resigned as the other third grade teacher, is Sue Nord- Mills Recommend Modern Carpet Leading carpet manufacturer! now recommend that wall-to- wall carpets be dry cleaned with the HOST Electric Up- Brush. Host actually removes dirt, reconditions the pile and raises matted nap. Best of all, your carpets are never wet — your rooms can be used instantly. This process is favored for all types of fibers. Phone us for Information Carpet and Drapery E. City Limits Road 46 holt, a native of Indianapolis and a 1965 graduate of Indiana State University. Replacing Barbara Sterchi, who resigned, is Bonnie Law.- nead, as teacher of home economics. She a B. S. degree from Indiana State University in 1960, a master's from I. U. in 1965 and comes from Triton High School with five years' experi- ?nce. Taking the place of Jean Banta, who was on a permit last year and resigned, is Pauline Guyer, English teacher. She has an A. B. degree from Asbury College, an M. A. from Indiana State University in 1949 and the A. M. T. degree from Indiana University in 1953. A native of Sullivan, she has had 27 years of experience, including five years at Asbury College. : Ruth Ann Cross, who taught on a permit last year, has been replaced by Onalee Armand as ^eacher of Grade 6. She received 9 bachelor's degree from Ball State University in 1960 and has four years' experience, including three at Jackson. She lives in Jackson Township. Jackson • Replacing Dean Spear, who resigned, is Charles Mills, who will teach social studies and be ^assistant coach. A native of Oakland City, he holds a B. S. degree from Oakland City College. Succeeding Marcia Ogle, who resigned as teacher of Grade C, willbe J. C. White, who holds an M. A. degree from Western Kentucky State College and comes from Morgantown, Ky., with six years' experience. Norman Layton, a graduate of Sandcreek High School and Franklin College in 1965, will teach Grade 6 as a replacement for Delia Dobbs who resigned. New Point Replacing Lorette Longan, who retired as English teacher and librarian, '-will be Altha Scott, who has a master's degree from Oakland City College and comes from Greenwood with 12 years' experience. Clarksburg Russell Campbell, who has a fellowship at the University of Cincinnati, has been replaced as science teacher by Reuben Kissell, a native of Evansville who received a master's degree from Western Kentucky State College in 1965. Replacing Frank Johnson as vocational agriculture teacher will be Leon Crowe, a native of Orleans and a 1965 graduate of Purdue University. School Rosters Teaching assignments, by schools, are: Adams Ercie Judd, principal and grades 7-8. Geraldine White, grades 1-2. Ercil Martin, grades 3-4. Lucy Lehman, grades 5-6. Joan Rogerson, art. Steve Marrs, music. Burney Forrester Ison, principal and English. Don Carmichael, business education and physical education. Cecil Clark, French, English and social studies. John Carpenter, music. Randall Ervin, social studies. Richard Naylpr, math, health, physical education and coach. Ray Orman, vocational agriculture, biology and general agriculture. Joan Rogerson, art. Donald Katterhenry, driver's education and business education. Otis Busby, social studies and physical education. Doris J. Stevenson, home economics. Richard Soendlin, math and science. Sharon Duncan, English. Carmen Pavy, grade 1. JoAnne Martin, grade 2. Charlotte Former, grade 3. James Zeiler, grade 4. William Buchanan, grade 5. Earl Capper Jr., grade 6. Clarksburg William M. Logan, principal and drafting. Max Barnett, commerce and treasurer. . Michael Brown, English. Sally Crane, English. David Horn, physical education, health, coach and 7th and 8th history. Leon Crowe, vocational agriculture. Lillie Martz, math and librarian. Lester Patterson, math. Orville Pitts, industrial arts and social studies. J. C. Raney, English and French. Juanita Stahl, vocational home economics, physical education and health. Helen J. Bokelman, vocal music. Noah Shouse, art. John Croy, band. Reuben Kissell, math and science.. Irvin Fox, driver's education and business education. Jackson V. E. Whitaker, principal. Mary Beeson, math. Suzanne Dwenger, commerce. Carole Fisher, vocational home economics. Fred Prescott, vocal music. Charles Mills, social studies, science and assistant coach. Charlene Taylor, English and Latin. Glen Whitaker. driver's education, social studies, physical education and coach. Daniel Wilson, general agriculture and coach. Robert Chappell, English and History. Joan Rogerson, art. Sylvia Raney, grade 1. Riola Rankin, grade 2. Lottie Beesley, grade 3. Naomi Goble, grade 4. J. C. White, grade 5. Norman Layton, grade 6. New Point Richard Revalee, principal. James Howell, science and agriculture. Jennie Howell, homemaking and science. Joyce Israel, social studies and English. Judith Levi, commerce and physical education. : Altha Scott, librarian and English. Helen J. Bokelman, vocal music. Irvin Fox, driver's education and business education. John Croy, band. Neal McCarty, social studies, German.and English. Robert Peters, social studies, physical education and coach. Kenneth Vance, math. Noah Shouse, art. Millicent Huber, grade 1. Elsie Thielking, grade 2. Barbara Burns, grade 3. Anna Haunert, grades 4-5. James Burton, grades 5-6. 'Continued on Page 18" Can Make All Of Your Dreams Come True. Higher Education — A Solid Investment In The Future Of Our Ever Growing Community! You'll Appreciate The Extras At TRUST UNION Your family can get every basic banking service here, from College Loans to Vacation Accounts. Be sure to see us today! 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