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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 14, 1957
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Lake View's School Will Open Sept. 2 (Timet Herald Newt Service) LAKE VIEW - The wheels of education will begin .to turn in Lake View Sept 2 when over 400 students gather at 9 a.m. for a half day session. The faculty will meet at 10 a.m. on August 30 for • pre-school meeting. Supt. D. W, McKinley will begin his fourth year at Lake View. Mr. McKinley also teaches economics ind sociology. The rest of the school personnel is as follows: Robert Tofte, Prin cipal—Science. Roger Ganske — Commercial (Mr. Ganske is a* present working "on his Masters degree in education). Wanda Huisenga (Mrs. Ray Hui- •enga) — vocal music. Darlene Cason—Literature and speech. Joyce Jarnigan — Vocational homemaking. Robert Donald — Instrumental music and social science. (Mr. Donald will receive his Masters degree in education at Drake in August.) Robert Samuelson — Vocational agriculture. Maurice Miller — Drivers training and mathematics. Annabelle Irwin (Mrs. Keith Irwin) — Jr. High and Freshman and Sophomore English. Evelyn Weber — Jr. High Principal a nd mathematics. (Miss Weber is beginning her 26 year at Lake View). , Estella Manuel (Mrs. Sam Man tiel) — Jr. High English. Bernard Blackman — Jr. High social science and assistant coach Margaret Bechler (Mrs. George Bechler) — 5th grade. Marie Dettman — 4th grade. Betty Ahrenholtz (Mrs. Kenneth Ahrenholtz) — 3rd grade. June Chambers (Mrs. Tom Chambers) — 2nd grade. Marion Sinning 'Mrs. Eddie Sinning.) — 1st grade. Jean Ellis (Mrs Delmer Ellis) — 1st grade. Marynell Samuelson (Mrs. Robert Samuelson) — Kindergarten. Hot lunch cookf. —Mrs. Gladys Swieter, Mrs. Sam Rodman and Mrs. Ross Eldridge. Bus drivers are — Everett Ellwanger, Jim Scott, Jake Auen and Ed Drilling Jr. One driver is needed to replace E. E. Krouch who resigned. Ross Eldridge and Sherman "Doc" Bromley, custodians, are responsible for the condition of the building and grounds. The following improvements have taken place during the sum mer vacation period — Football and baseball bleachers stained, football field reseeded, gym maple floor refinished, new fluores cent lights installed in the 5th grade, music room soundproofed and new records installed, baseball grandstand was reroofed Several new teachers desks were AT SS. PETER AND PAUL . . . Isabelle Schoeppner, daughter of Mrs. Catherine Schoeppner and the- late John Schoeppner of Templeton, will Join the faculty of SS. Peter and Paul School as teacher of fifth grade. She attended Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, and Drake University, Dei Moines, doing post graduate work in music, crafts and other fine arts. She has taught for the past eight years In Dedham Independent School. Major Remodeling Project Is Under Way at Coon Rapids School COON RAPIDS — Heading the Coon Rapids Community Schools as superintendent when the new year begins in September will be Ellis Carrollton Consolidated Will Reopen CARROLLTON - The Carroll' ton Consolidated School, which for a time was in doubt about reopening this year, will begin the new term with a half-day session Monday, September 2. An enrollment of about 45 is expected. Mrs. Eleanor Turner of Coon Rapids, a formet teacher in Cat 1 roll County rural schools, has beerr engaged to teach lower grades and Mrs Lulu Treptow of Sioux City to teach upper grades. Both are new members of the faculty. Merville Sparks will continue as bus driver and school jani tor. 6. Hanson. For the past three years he has served as superintendent of the Kamrar Independent School and prior to that was principal and teacher at Mallard, la., for six years. Mr. Hanson received his B. A. degree from Iowa State Teachers College and a M.A. degree from Colorado State College of Education, Greeley, Colo. Edwin Barker Principal Edwin Barker will serve as high school principal. Mr. Barker, a native of Indlanola, received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Iowa State Teachers College. He has taught previously at Sharpsburg, Lake Park, and for the past two years has been principal at Stanhope. Other faculty members are (** indicates new teachers): Merlin Johnson, instrumental .music; Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, vocal music; Mrs. Merlin Johnson, commercial; Francis Hamilton, agriculture, driver education; **Bernard Thielen, math; **Richard Niedert, science; **LuciUe Youngberg, vocational homemaking; Times Herald, Carroll/Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 14,' 1957 **Sam y Bukoff, industrial • arts, driver education; James Welch, girls basketball coach, U. S. history,, physical education; **John Pitz, boys-basketball and baseball coach, assistant football, world history; **Steven Nemeth, football and. track' Coach, English; ••James Goodchild, 8th grade; Eva Smith, 8th grade; ••Julia Kingsolver, 7th grade; Anita Watkins, 7th grade; Maxine. Robinson, elementary principal, 6th grade; Elaine Bowman, 6th grade; Maude Mountain, 5th grade; Loretta Gruber, 5th grade; Caroline Gruber, 4th grade; ••Wanda Penfold, 4th grade; ••Erna Lund, 3rd grade; Helen Long, 3rd grade; Margaret Daily. 2nd grade; ••Bonnie Glotfelty, 2nd grade; Leona Burkhardt, 1st grade; Helen Ridgeway, 1st grade; Clarene Bote, kinder garten. Larger Enrollment Enrollment for the year Is ex pected to be larger than that of previous years. Sixty-six students are registered in kindergarten. This Is an increase of 12 oyer last year. High school enrollment will be approximately 210. The school year will get under way with faculty conferences on Monday, September 9. If remodeling of the high school proceeds on schedule, classes will begin on Tuesday, September 10. First day classes will meet from 9-11 only. Buses will return students home at 11 a.m. Many improvements will meet the students when they return. The high school building has undergone a major face lifting and remodeling. New floors and acous tic-treated ceilings have been installed in all corridors several classrooms. New homemaking and science departments have been added. The center, stairs has been completely removed and floored over to provide three additional locker rooms. A new steel fire purchased and installed, an acetylene welder was purchased for the shop, the building has been com pletely cleaned and the floors wax ed and ready for school. The cus todians have also painted several of the rooms. A new 40 foot flag pole will be installed to replace the one lost in a storm. Supt. McKinley said that there would be a slight increase in the school enrollment this year with an approximate enrollment of 115 in high school and 300 in the grades. It is estimated that there will be about 33 enrolled in the kindergarten class. Mr. McKinley said that there will be no change in the curriculum this year. Two new members to join the faculty this year are —Marie Dettman of Lytton who will replace Barbara Taylor in the 4th grade, and Bernard Blackman who will replace Gordon Hoover in Jr. high. Mr. Blackman will also assist as coach. Mr. Hoover will teach social studies in high school and coach boys athletics. He replaces Paul Jones, who will teach at Grinnell this year. The first football game will be with Galva on Sept. 18 on the home grounds. Unlike the Old World tree whose juices killed Socrates, the misnamed American hemlock is pois onous to neither man nor beast. Longest freshwater lake in the world is Lake Tanganyika, Africa, with a length of 450 miles. The Fundamental Oreders of Connecticut (1639) was the first written constitution in America. Read how Reddy's new approach to cooking can save hours of work every week! Here's t plan for meal preparation that will free you from the drudgery of cooking three meals a day, day after day. It lets yo« do your best cooking,'yet save money. Freeaer Tbinktnff It's called "Freezer Thinking", because it's a plan to improve your living through the smart use of a home freezer. " Cook hatf-ds* » week The basic idea is this: Shop in quantity. Cook in quantity. Keep freezer fresh till needed. Set aside One afternoon a week for cooking. This half-day of quantity cooking, plus frozen food! from the store, keeps your freezer stocked,' When meal time comes, there's little real cooking left to do. Four temee everythto»f--e«otpt work "Cooking too much on purpose," That's one of the secrets of freezer thinking.'When you bake, for example, quadruple the recjpe, takes very little extra effort but when yotfre tiwough, you have four eakes or batches of muffins, instead of one. Into the freezer they go, ready to serve on a moment's notice. Leftover* *#•" » Meeetaf Leftoveri usually pile up ki the.refrigerator, gradually losing their flavor and, nutrJUpn, and often .are a complete waste. But with,j freezer, leftovers can be kept indefinitely, Whet to be leftovers become pre-cooked, ready-to-serve parts of next week's or neat month's meals. ."' Bee yow dealer • Sound exciting? Then sec your electric appliance dealer, He has many models pf freezers to choose from, including combination freezer-refrigerators that ocoupy only as much space as your present refrigerator. LIVE lim*. Electrically . r i •mm proofed stairway has been installed i in the east end Of the building. All classrooms, corridors and the gymnasium have been repainted in gay paster shades. 8 Buses to Run Eight buses will be operating again this year. Bus routes will be basically the same ail last year. Bus drivers will be: Joe Anthofer, head mechanic and driver; Jerry Stangl, Frank Beach, Harold Long, Noble Long, Lowell Reever, Ralph Sigler, Manley Swarthout. The lunchroom program will be in operation under the direction of Mrs. Bess Bell. Other cooks are: Minnie Guritz, Vernie Siegler, and Ruth Johnson. The first day for serving lunches will be Wednesday, September 4. Cost of lunches will remain the same as last year. Head custodian Will be William Augustus. He will be assisted by Charles McCamley and Leonard Erb. Mrs. Edith Johnson will serve as secretary to the school bpard and superintendent,» aftd "Mrs, Irene Miller win serve as secretary to the superintendent. St. Augustine School Plans To Enroll 11$ HALBUR - Opening date of St Augustine School in Halbur hat not been announced but an enrollment of 118 pupils is expected at the begining of the new year. This will be an increase over last year* The Rev. Lawrence J, Gretenian, pastor of the parish, will head the school faculty as superintendent. Sr. M. Genelda will be the. principal and teacher of the fifth, sixth seventh, and eighth, grades. Other teachers on the 1957-58 faculty will be Sr. M. Rutharme, grades 1 and 2, and Sr. M. Pasch- aleen, grades 3 and 4. j FANCY U.S. CHOICE BEEF ROAST 19c FANCY YOUNG BEEF LIVER FRESH SLICED PORK LIVER PORK ROAST EXTRA LEAN PORK STEAK BONELESS, PERFECT TO FRY SLICED HAM Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. 35c 25c 37c 49c 2 £fft V410 Old You Know ... The "New Pack" is coming ini In this ad you'll notice several items marked "New Pack," just to let you know that they are 1957-grown, fresh* from-the-harvest foods. 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