Sisters Save $150,000 a Year in Teaching Pay By The Rev. Thomas M. Donahoe (Assistant Principal of Kuemper High School) The efficiency of the schools is determined largely by the amount of financial support given them and by the wisdom with which it is expended. If there were no financial support, there would be no schools, or if the funds were inadequately or unwisely expended, the schools would not realize their potentialities. 4 Parochial Schools In the city of Carroll there are three parochial grade schools and one parochial high school which in the past year educated 1,626 students. These fully accredited schools are privately supported and do not receive the benefit of any tax monies, whatsoever. How parochial schools can continue to operate in the face of rising costs and the constant demand for improved educational facilities is an important question. The fact that neither building or operation is the largest portion of a school budget indicates the solution rests with teaching pery sonnel. In addition to priests and lay faculty, the Carroll parochial schools are staffed with 40 full time teaching sisters. The sisters receive only token remuneration for their work. What they receive often does not cover the expense involved in furthering their own educational pursuits in colleger and universities during the summer months. Try to Match Sacrifices What this means in terms of dollars and cents for those who support the Catholic schools ,is that they need not pay nearly $150,000 each year in salaries. This is a large sum of money and if it had to be expended each year the consequences might be severe. Good Catholics realize this and try to match in generosity the sacrifice and dedication of the sisters who have offered their lives for the guidance of our young people. If for no other reason than financial, all Catholics and the entire community should be grateful to the sisters for everyone profits by them directly or indirectly. Their presence represents a real savings bringing with it more pur- I chasing power, more money available for investment, and a greater opportunity for the use of tax money for worthwhile and diversified projects. Our hope is that more young girls of Carrolland will accept the noble task of Sisterhood. Five New at SS. Peter and Paul School Five new teachers will join the staff at SS. Peter and Paul School Donald Henderson this fall: Sr. M. Merwyn, Sr. M. Josephine, Sr. M. Carita, Miss Isabelle A. Schoeppner and Miss Alice Leonard. Opening date will be Tuesday, September 3. The complete faculty, according to the grades each will teach, will be as follows: kindergarten, Sr. M. Jude; j first grade, Sr. M. Rose Therese; first and second grades, Sr. M. Josephine; second and third grades, Miss Rose Marie Michaels; third grade, Miss Alice Leonard: fourth grade, Sr. M. Romula; fifth grade, Miss Isabelle Schoeppner; sixth grade, Sr. M. Merwyn; seventh grade, Sr. M. Carita; eighth grade, Sr. Mary Richard; remedial teachers, Sr. M. Benedicta and Sr. Mary Gerard; music teachers, Donald Henderson New Superintendent Lake City to Enroll Over 1,000 In Expanded School System (Vim** Herald New*Service) Iersnn \n snfhnsiasHp (Times Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY - The community! school begins the-new year with an ^•n^BJgenlarged district. Superintendent Donald Henderson, who Is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College with a master's degree from Drake University,? comes to Lake City after Sevan years as superintendent of schools at Laurens, as well as a prior seven years as superintendent of the Ware and Havelock consolidated school. He began his work in Lake City on July 1. He succeeds Doyle Filloon, superintendent here for five years, who is now a representative for the Carpenter School Bus company in northwest Iowa. 127 Sections Supt. and Mrs Henderson and their four children, Bill, 13; Patricia, 11; Mary, 3; and Susan, 1, live at 521 West Jefferson St. in Lake City. Superintendent Hend- FLOOR SAMPLE LIVING ROOM SUITES Beautiful Modern Suites TO GO AT SAVINGS UP TO $100 OFF! Sr. M. Mernadette and Sr. M. Ambrosine. Sr. Mary Richard has returned as principal of the school. TO date the approximate enrollment is 440: Miss Isabelle Schoeppner has been teaching in the Dedham Independent School for the past eight years. She attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls and Drake University. Miss Alice Leonard, attended Emmetsburg Junior College, an affiliate of Iowa State Teachers College. She taught at Emmetsburg last year. erson is enthusiastic and optimistic about the school district which now comprises 127 flections. Classes will begin in Lake City Wednesday, August 28. Preceding that, there will be two days of teacher conferences Monday and Tuesday, August 26 and 27. Football practice is scheduled to begin Saturday, August 24. There will be no school on Labor Day, September 2. Anticipated enrollment is 1,025, which includes the junior and sen ior high schools. Central and Lincoln elementary schools in Lake City and the elementary school at Lanesboro. This is an increase over last year's 925. Faculty Listed The faculty, in addition to the superintendent, is as follows: (Those starred are new to the system this year 1. Senior high school, Elgin Allen. Lake City,! principal; Dan Meador, Lake City, physical training; Rudolph Engstrom, Lake City, vocational agriculture; Theodore Essig, Lake City, mathematics; James Huck -t ins, Lake City, basketball and commercial: Mrs. Ora Jane Hunter, Lake City, vocational homemaking: Mrs. Emma C. Johnson, Lake City, librarian and English; Paul Nesset, Lak° City; social sci -j ence. junior high athletics; Harry W. Palm, Lake City, mathematics and science; Miss Elaine Uthe, Williams, la., commercial; James Yunek, Lake City, football coach and social science, Mrs. Wendell Miller?, Lake City, English; Get 10 Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aog. 14, 1957 aid Meier*, Hayfield. Ia., Industrial arts and drivers training; Miss Joy J. Momsen*, Sioux City, la., English; special teachers, Mrs: Paul Conner, Glidden, vocal music, elementary grades; Gerald Kinney, Lake City, instrumental music; Eugene Yearns. Lake City, veterans training; Mrs. Emma Kundell*, Lake City, remedial reading, first through sixth grades; Donald Straight*, Newell, la., high school vocal music and speech 1 , junior high school, Elgin Allen, Lane City, principal; Mrs. Harry Geist, Rockwell City, departmental; Mrs Charles Fahan, Yetter, departmental; Miss Viola Rogers, Fayette, la., departmental; Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen, Lake City, departmental; Miss Lonroe Struckenbruck, Lake City, departmental; Larry Meyer*. Washta, junior high science and senior high biology; Elementary schools, Thomas Tibbitts, Lanesboro, pri n c i p a 1; Central School: Miss LeNoir Rutan, Scr'anton, la., jBth grade; Miss Dorothy Hardyk. Lytton, la., 5th grade; Miss Ruth Yetter, Lake City, 4th grade; Miss Rose Rosendahl, Lake City. 3rd grade; Miss Carol Peterson, Ware, la., 2nd grade; Miss Phadoris Timmer*, Havelock, Ia, 1st grade; Miss Hester Crosswait, Lake City, kindergarten; Lincoln School, Mrs. Alice Comstock, Lake City, 6th grade; Urs. C. D White, Rockwell City, 6th grade; Miss Karen Lawman, LaurenB, 5th grade; Miss Mary, Van Heiden, Ackley, 5th grade; Miss Delores Marckman, Greenfield, 4th grade; Miss Loretta Mae Chelstad*, Somers 4th grade; Mrs. Norval Dunbar, Yetter, 3rd grade, Miss Darlene Janssen; Auburn, 3rd grade; Mrs. Richard Block, Rockwell City, 2nd grade; Miss Patricia Ha r- grave, Webster City, 2nd grade; Miss Marlene Dahlene, Manson, 1st grade; Miss Helen Dahm*, Nemaha, 1st grade; Mrs. Fred Bunker, Lake City, kindergarten; Lanesboro School, William Blair*, Lake City, 5th and 6th grades; Mrs. William Lesle, Auburn, 3rd and 4th grades; Mrs. Elbert Ripley, Lake City, 1st and 2nd grades; Mrs. f. C. Tibbitts, Lanesboro, kindergarten. Custodians are: high s c ho o 1, Fred Hucka, Albert Sorenspn, Victor Toyne; Central grade school, Robert Sievert; Lincoln grade school, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hoke; Lanesboro school, Wayne Vincent. Lunch Program The hot lunch program will again function both in Lake City and in Lanesboro The cooks, at the high school are Mrs. Frank O'Brien, Mrs. Tony Stauber and Mrs. Fern Moad; at Lincoln school, Mrs. William DeHart,' Mrs. Daisy Betenbender and Mrs. T.W. Clarkin; and at Lanesboro, Mrs. Chester Seaman Bus drivers include David Sharkey, Lyall Al« bright, Jeff Rowe, Otto Holm, Victor Toyne, Jay Middleton, Lea Heath, Cecil Wocters and Leo Bean. LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA, IOWA WALLY PIKAL His Triple Trumpets and His Dill Pickles Playing Old Time and Modern Music THURSDAY, AUG. 15 Admission 75c Per Person (Tax Incl.) Compare These Low, Low Prices! Open Wed. & Friday Nites Two Piece Foam Rubber Sectional Cut Priced to Save You $60 This smart turquoise. tweed suite is the new sleek "tight cushion" style with all the beauty of new modern and all the high style flexibility of room arrangement you get with a sectional. Regular $169.95, this floor sample to go at Exeh. 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