Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 14, 1957 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 14, 1957
Page 7
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New Gird den-Ralston Community School Will Enroll More Than 600 GLIDDEN — The new Glidden- Ralston Community School will open on Tuesday, August 27, with a full day of school for all students except those in kindergarten. Town kindergarten pupils will attend one half day and country pupils the other half. Frank \V. Hulsart is the newly- elected superintendent. Mr. Hulsart received his B.A. degree from Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell. S. D., and his Master of Arts degree from Teachers College. Columbia University, New York City, New York. Prior to his appointment at Glidden. Mr. Hulsart served as superintendent at Moorhead Community Consolidated School, Linn Grove, for two years. Other new members on the fac 8 Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1957 ulty are: Mrs. Doris Remsburg in the sixth grade.' Mrs. Remsburg received her education at Bueria Vista College. Mrs. Doris Farley in the sixth grade; Mrs. Farley formerly taught at Lohrville. Mrs. Marvel Fielding in the seventh grade; Mrs. Fielding previously taught at Scranton. Miss Sandra Young will teach kindergarten; Miss Young received her education ! at Iowa State Teachers College. I Miss Janis Mutum will teach sec- jond grade; Miss Laila Fairchild j third grade; Mrs. LVene Thomas upper grades at Ralston and Mrs. HARD ON SHOES? It's a fact: Lazy-Bones do wear better, keep their good looks and wonderful fit much, much longer! They're superbly crafted from fine, flexible leathers—for toddlers, tots and teens. I ' KM. U. S. Pat, Off. mi Canada GENUINE GOODYEAR WfUS fitXIHE SHANK u 8y 3 tol2, $6.50 12% to 4, $7.50 INDERSOKBROC "SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY" Marilee Rossow lower grades at Ralston. Mrs. Jean Galloway will teach commercial. Mrs. Galloway received her B,A. degree from Iowa State Teachers College. Mrs, Beverly Joy Juergens will teach vocational homemaking. Mrs. Juergens received her B.A. degree at Iowa State College. Paul Heyerdahl will teach vocal music. Mr. Heyerdahl received his B.A. degree from Milton College in Milton, Wis. Robert B. Sievert will teach science and physics. Mr. Sievert received his B.A. degree and his Master degree at the University of Colorado. Robert Miller will teach mathematics. He j-eceived his B.A; degree from Iowa State Teachers College. Jerry Cameron will teach junior high social studies and drivers' training and coach baseball and track. Mr. Cameron received his B.A. degree from Yankton College in South Dakota. From Last Year Members of the faculty returning from last year are: First grade, Mrs. Margaret Bayer; first grade, Miss Janet Neubaum; second grade, Miss Bettie Shirbroun; third grade, Mrs. Dolsy Lawrence; fourth grade, Miss Miriam Pagles; fourth grade, Mrs. Grace Ellis; fifth grade, Mrs. Sallie Roberts; fifth grade, Miss Sharon Tonkinson; seventh grade, Mrs. Grayce Hested; eighth grade, Donald Stiles; junior high principal, Gilbert Howard; biology and mathematics, Miss Irene Whelan; history, Mrs. Mable Oxenford; English, Mrs. Helen Burton; band instructor, Hugh Eicke; high school principal, Frank Miller. Two Vacancies At the present time an English Carol Jean Smith —« _ La Ann Maassea Charles H. Brotherton teacher and an industrial arts teacher are yet to be employed. It. is expected tile 1957-58 enrollment will be above 600 which* is a substantial increase over last year. Bus drivers for the coming year will be: A. C. Archer, driver-mechanic, Herman Meyer, Oscar Moore, Leland Roden, Earl Thede, Earl Willey, Joe Shaner, Ralph Lloyd and Willlard Bently. Custodians for the coming year will be John Philo, head custodian, and Hannes Walters. Cooks will be: Mrs. Clara Walkup, head cook, Mrs. Clara Johnson, Mrs. Marie Clapper, Mrs. Resa Nelson, and Mrs. Lillian Black. The office secretary will be Mrs. Lillian Draves. Pre-School Conference A pre-schopl conference will be held with the teachers on August 26 at the schoolhouse from 8:30 a. m. to 4:15 p.m. First "railroad tracks" in England, laid on wooden planks over rough earth ruts and powered by horses, date from 1602. SCHOOL BUYS FOR W« Work Wonders With Back-to-School Budgets! Sheaffer Pen and Pencil Sets SPECIAL! Nationally Advertised Ballpoint Pens Regular $2.95 Now $1.95 Reg. 69c Refills 49e Alarm Clocks Travel Clocks MEN'S ANO WOMEN'S WATCHES Bulova - Elgin — Eterna-Matic LOEHR & SH RIVER JEWELERS Donald Buhr Lawrence Nothwehr Manning Schools Ready for Opening August 26 MANNING—The Manning Public Schools will open on Monday, August 26, with a half-day session. The anticipated enrollment is 565, which is comparable to previous years. Approximately 45 children have enrolled for kindergarten, which is the normal enrollment. A pre-school conference for faculty members will be held on Saturday, August 24 at 10 a.m. in the English room of the high school. Faculty Returning There are no new administrators in the school system this year, Supt. Wm. Baley has announced. Faculty members returning are Richard Euchner, high school principal and business; John Beach, commercial and football coach; Lois Klisart, English; Kenneth Laverty, industrial arts; Sam Mast, mathematics; Richard Munster, science; Frank Plambeck, instrumental music; Mrs. Christine Sanders, vocational home economics; Douglas Wilcox, social studies; Oliver Himley, elementary principal; Mrs. Ila Rix, junior high English; Mrs. Anna Rainthorpe, 6th; Mrs. Delores Sextro, 5th; Mrs. Irma Bromert, combination 3rd and 4th; Mrs.„Golda.Sander, third; Mrs."Ruth" Crahdall,' combination 1st. and 2nd; Mrs. Margaret Ohde, 1st; Miss Liane Clarkin, kindergarten. New Instructors New instructors are: Donald Buhr, basketball coach and science. Mr. Buhr received his B. A. from Upper Iowa University, Fayette, and has seven'years of experience, the last three at Radcliffe. An army veteran, he is married and ha? one child. His home is at Sumner. Lawrence Nothwehr, Clarinda, will teach vocational agriculture. A graduate of Iowa State College, this is his first teaching position. He is married and has one child. Charles Brotherton, Wall Lake, will be junior high coach and teach social studies. He has a B. A. degree from Buena Vista at Storm Lake, and is in his first year of teaching. Mr. Brotherton is married and has one child. Lu Ann Maassen of Harlan will teach 4th grade She is a two-year graduate of Morningside College at Sioux City, and has had no previous teaching experience. Carol Jean Smith, ViJlisca, will teach 5th grade. She is a two-year graduate of Iowa State Teachers College, and has had no teaching experience. Both have pre-professional certificates. Manning has yet to secure 2nd grade, vocal music and girls' physical education instructors. These positions will be filled by the opening of school. Jefferson Township School No. 1, south of Manning, may close, and the-students may come to Manning. In that event, Mrs. Grace Andresen, teacher of the school, plans to teach 2nd grade in the Manning public school. At Summer School Several instructors attended sessions of summer school. Richard Munster, science teacher, will receive his M. A. in school adminis- Ar-We-Va Community Schools Open Aug. 26 'ot*v The Whale Towns Talking About the Way PRICES Are SLASHED On Famous Brand MATTRESSES i For the AUGUST ot MATT FURNITURE STORE IN CARROLL SIMMONS 87th Anniversary MATTRESS A Great $59.95 Mattress for only • ONLY $1 WEEKLY Box S P rln 9 Also On Salt ot Per top valua at • bottom price, tHii Auflvtt mattftu bargain topi thorn all. A High quality mattress backed by the name of Simmons, makers of the famous Beauty Rett. This price good'only while present stock laiti. WESTSIDE - Ar-We-Va Community Schools will open Monday, August 26. All students of the community district will register on the first day. High school classes and elementary classes for children of the lower grades who live in the Westside area will meet In the Westside school. Elementary classes for grade school children of the Arcadia area will be held in Arcadia and for the Vail area in Vail. Russell R. Pontius again will head all schools of the district as superintendent. Services of the following instructors, school lunch cooks, custpdi- ans and bus drivers have been secured by the board of education for the coming year: High School Faculty C. 0. Tomlinson, high school principal, Clarinda; Maynard C. Terrell, manual'training and science, Westside; Orvilie W. Harris, band instructor, Carroll; Ruby G. Pontius, mathematics and chemistry, Westside; Gladys L. Osterlund, home economics and social studies, Vail; Merlin Roster- mundt, coach, biology and driver training, Westside; Jerry Martin, coach and social studies, Waterloo; Jean Mallonee, commerce and English, Denison; Donna Reiff, vocal music, Buck Grove; Letha Johnson, English, Manning. Elementary—Westside Ila Mae Nilson, kindergarten, Vail; Leah Henkenius, grade 1, Vail; Sandra Carlson, grade 2, Kiron; lone Martin, grade 3, Waterloo. Elementary—Arcadia Vernon W. Hoot, principal and grade 6, Des Moines; Margene R. Hoot, grades 7 and 8, Des Moines; Rita Wiebers, grade 5, Denison; Dorothy N. Krock, grade 4, Debit; Mildred Kaspersen, grade 3, Arcadia; Hazel Zoe Dillehay, grade 2, Carroll; Ethel Phelps, grade 1, Bayard; Victoria Cole Plambeck, kindergarten, Manning. Elementary—VaH Garland McGinness, principal and grade 8, Pickering, Mo.; Edna Wenzel, grade 7, Vail; Rosemary McDonnell, grade 6, Denison; Opal Henney, grade 5, Denison; Margaret McGinness, grade 5, Pickering, Mo.; Martha Winey, grade 4, Denison; Luella Malone, grade 3, Denison; Ruby Bagwell, grade 2, Denison; Dorothy Buck, Grade 1, Vail; Glee Boeck, kindergarten, Denison. Secretary to Superintendent Leonard C. Petersen, Westside. School Lunch Conks Neva Petersen, Westside; Hilda Kahl, Westside; Laura Hagge, Arcadia; Arleen Brightwell, Area- tration from Colorado State College at Greeley this summer. There have been no additions or changes in the "curriculum for the coming year. Both school buildings have been redecorated during the summer months, with extensive painting inside and out, resealing of floors, etc. New seats have been procured for grade school rooms,, new storage lockers installed, andj other general improvements made. Five buses will operate from Manning. H. C. Otto is head bus driver; Merle Stoelk, Kenneth Dethlefs, Louis Dammann and Ralph Grundmeier are drivers. The hot lunch program will be supervised by Mrs. Paul Vollmer, Mrs. Bertha F.uhde, and Mrs. Henry Dethlefs. , Ed Erps is grade school custodian; Henry Dethlefs the high school custodian. The opening football game will be with Carroll at Manning, September 13. dia; Ila Crampton, Vail; Darlene Wiese, Vail. Custodians . . Elmer Petersen, Westside; Floyd Adams, Vail; Franz J. Schaar, Arcadia. School Bus Drivers Leslie Jensen, Westside; Loren Killeen. Westside; William E. Meggers, Westside; LeRoy Schumann, Westside; Leonard SchoeS' sler, Westside; Donald Crampton, Vail; Clifford Jordan, Vail; Lwv nox Nelson, Vail; Henry J. Herr* mann, Arcadia; Ivan Kracht, Arcadia; Joe Reetz, Arcadia; Floyd Adams, Vail. A child entering sKopl for the first time must be fivei years, ot age on or before November, 15. School officials will need the' following information: Child's name, date of birth, parents name and address of parent. All departments will be, kept open both morning and afternoon. However, if you wish to call for your child at the close of the morning session you may do so. Rent on school books is $4 per student per year and is cash, payable to each home room teacher on the first day of school. Crayolas will be furnished to kindergarten pupils and pupils of the 1st and 2nd grades. A dictionary will be furnished to each student in grades 4 to 8, inclusive. The school lunch departments will start operation Tuesday, August 27. Meals, will be served for $1.25 per week per student. After the first week of school, meal tickets will be' sold on Monday of each week. At that time students will purchase tickets from each grade teacher in the grades and high school students will purchase from the high school principal. Should a student be absent on this day, tickets may be purchased at the principal's office or from the superintendent's secretary. This year low cost accident insurance will be available to all students attending the Ar-We-Va Community Schools. This program is strictly a voluntary program and there is nothing compulsory about it. This pupil insurance covers all school activities, including to and from school, on the playgrounds, in the gymnasium and in the classrooms. The cost will be $1.50 per student per school year if enrolled in the kindergarten through grade 8; $2 per student per school year if enrolled in grade 9 through 12. Insurance for football players is extra. Information will be available at a later date. This insurance is supplemental and is intended to aid tne parents in meeting medical and hospital costs. Soon after school starts, brochures will be furnished each student. Parents are urged to study this brochure and let the administration know whether you want your child to participate ia this program. The buildings have been thoroughly cleaned, thus providing an inviting place for the students and faculty and every effort should be put forth to keep the rooms in excellent condition, for the combined convenience of students, faculty and custodians. Lone Rock Girl, 2, Drowns in Stock Tank LONE ROCK UJV-Jeanette Thilges, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Thilges of near Lone Rock, drowned in a stock tank Tuesday while playing in the Thilges farm yard. The child was found in the tank by her mother. The girl has a twin brother. HOLIDAY FUN GALORE! AUG. 23 • SEPT. 1 DES MOINES 8 MuMcalReam 1ENN0N SISTERS |f Uwrcnce Welk Show .Aug. 25-28), Brenda Lee Aug. 23-24), other stars. \ Rodeo. REX ALIEN Top movie and TV h CQvFboy star. mmm-m. » AUTO RACES •16 CAR RACES WITMJ .AM, 29, 30 * T SAC« AR J AtO*y*ACM NITI JfiEPT. t AFTERNOON - AUQ. U HOMI RACK THRIU IHOW RECORO-BREAKING EXHIBITS S World'* gwataai livestock fair, hug« imtri crop* ehow. womon'i txpoE .0*4* and<«xun*. homes iho^ga£ O *fflftThousand" ot thing* tr> se* and do,

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