Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 14, 1957 · Page 11
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 14, 1957
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Maftv Also gnroH In Business, Nursing Schools— Large Numbers of Carroll Area Young People Will Enter Colleges, Universities This'Fall Young people of the Carroll area will be entering college in large numbers again this fall. Twentythree graduates of Carroll- High School and 35 alumni of Kuemper High School have enrolled for their freshman year in colleges, universities, business and nursing schools. Many upper classmen are returning to complete their college work and others are transferring to new institutions of learning. Iowa State College, Ames, will claim the largest number of freshman students from Kuemper while the University of South Dakota at Vermillion is the most popular choice among 1957 graduates of Carroll High. Entering Iowa State College from Kuemper will be Charles Buchheit, Richard Champion, Dave Collison, James Fritz, Ronald Klocke, Richard Olerich, David Schmeiser, and Bernard Sharp; from Carroll High School, Roger Schwarzenbach, Rosalie Gnam, and Danny Mein. Enrolled at the University of South Dakota from the Carroll High School graduating class are Mike Arts, David Boldt. John Brown, Jane Crane, and Joe Campbell. Going to the State University of Iowa will be Mary Morrison of Carroll High School and Janet Conklin of Kuemper while Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls is the choice of Richard Maze, Carroll High School, and Dorothy Drees, Kuemper. Headed for Creighton University Omaha, from the Kuemper graduating class are Marcella Ferlic who will study nursing at St. Catherine's Hospital, Mary Jane Halbur, Jerome Heinrichs and Allen Kuker; for Loras College, Dubuque, Joseph Conley and Robert Leiting; for Viterbo College, Lacrosse, Wis., Judy Lafferty and Marlene Nieland; for Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, Jean Boe, Nancy Hoffman, and Betty Wolterman; for .ML St. Scholastica College, Atchison, Kan., Carleen Bock; for St. Benedict College, Atchison, Kan., Norbert Muhlbauer, Joseph Leffingwell, and Don Vasos; for the College of St. Teresa, Winona, Minn., Mary Nervig and Gloria Venteicher; for Clarke College, Dubuque, Diane Wittrock; and for Rosary College, River Forest, III., Cathy Booth. Lucy Meinhardt of Kuemper and Joyce Schumacher of Carroll High School will attend the American Institute of Business at Des Moines. Enrolled as freshmen at the St. Anthony School of Nursing from Kuemper are Margaret Behrens, Joni Blessington, Mary Daniel, and Charlene Danner. John and Tom Burns of the Carroll High School graduating class will attend Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind.; Lynne Rombough will go the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.; Kenneth Macke .to Drake University, Des Moines; Sandra Salsbury to Simpson College, Indianola; and Diane Fabricius to Ft. Dodge Junior College, Ft. Dodge. Sam Farner and James Cruchelow of Carroll High School have enrolled at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake; Marlyn Crouse and Bonnie Kuhlman will attend Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, Mo.; and Eric Andreasen will begin preparation for the Lutheran ministry at Concordia College, St. Paul, Minn. The long list of returnees to Iowa 1 State College, Ames, includes: for their sophomore year- Larry Eastlund, Joe Friedman of Halbur, Laura Judge, Ray McMahon, James Rogers, Ronald Schenkelberg, Bernard Uckelman, Jerry White, and Mary Winnike; for their junior year — Donavan Boell, John Buchheit, Roger Crouse', Larry Kuhlman, Robert Neumayer, and Jerry Thompson; for their senior year—Robert Schenkelberg. Jerome Schmeiser, and Marvin Earl Smith; and for the final term of his senior year, George Pfiester. Joe Bernholtz, a sophomore at ISC last year, is undecided where he will attend. Jim Smith will transfer from Creighton University to the State University of Iowa for his sophomore year. Maurice Schnell will teturn to SUI medical school for his final year and Kent Forney to law school for his last year. Bob Lamb, who transferred .to SUI last year from Simpson College, will return for his fifth year of college work. *''.-•>.' Others going back to SUI are: sophomores — John Provopulos, Sharon Miller of Templeton, and Jim Bengfort who is returning from military service to finish his sophomore year; juniors — Bruce Burton and Peggy Blessington; and seniors — Richard Rausch, Dick Winnike, and Arlo Stein. Charles Crabtree, who is working in California, plans to return to SUI in February for his junior year. Steve Huffman is transferring from SUI to the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, where he will attend the College of Mortuary Science for his senior year. Gayden Perry will return to the University of Minnesota as a junior engineering student. Headed back to Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, are Ron Roderick of Dedham, Bill Sabus. Don Maze, and John Walden, sophomores; Larry «»Sabus and Danny Balk, juniors. Neoma Hagge is undecided. Dorothy Hodges is transferring from 1STC to Simpson College where she will be a junior while going back to Simpson are Bob Kennett, sophomore, Mickey Arts and Bill Lauridsen, juniors. Joyce Ream is transferring from MacMurray College, Jacksonville, 111., as a sophomore and Mickey Jewett will return to Grinnell College, Grinnell, as a member of the sophomore class. Larry Pascoe, who attended Northwestern University, Evanston, III., last year, will transfer to the University of South Dakota where he will be a sophomore. Dick Pascoe will return to North' western University for his fourth year of pre-medieal work; Charles Neu for his fourth year of liberal arts; and Arthur A. Neu to the Northwestern Law School, Chicago, for his final year of law. Returning to the University of South Dakota from last year will be Don Henrich who will classify as a sophomore. Creighton University's list of re-! turning students will include Randy Ferlic for his first year of i medical school; Danny Ferlic for his third year at the university and second in X-ray technology at St. Joseph Hospital; and John Leahy for his fifth year at the university. Janet Halbur began her internship in medical technology at St. Joseph Hospital in June. Others going back to Creighton are: soph- 1 ^ Tim«t Heraldic a r'roll, Iowa I Mm Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1957 omores — Ronnie Eischeid of Halbur and Hans Mayerhofer; juniors — Robert Collison. Bill Hess,, Bob Langenfeld and Duane Taphorn; Taphorn and seniors — George Walden, Thomas McGrane and Vincent Beisch. where she will be. a sophomore. I Returning to Drake University, Barbara Monahan is returning to j Des Moines, will be Floyd Wilkens, Briar Cliff for her second year, LaVonne Kuker will return to Duchesne College, Omaha, as a sophomore, but Lois Nees, who is now working in Omaha, is undecided whether to return to Omaha University. Going back to Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis., are Dan Waters for his second year in den- Joe Kerwin, who has been attending summer school at Crcigh- j tal school and Ann Leahy for her ton University, is awaitinfe assign- 1 sophomore year in liberal arts, ment to a seminary in preparation I Fred Booth will go back for his for the Catholic priesthood. I senior year at Notre Dame Univer- Wilma Friedman will return to ' sity and Mary Judith Hess will rest. Mary's College, Omaha, for her I turn to Clarke College for her sen- sophomore year and Janice Madigan for the second semester of her freshman year. Mary Nieland lor year, John Nockels will be a senior seminarian at Loras College while transferring from St. Mary's to I Paul Arts and Ronald Venteicher Briar Cliff College. Sioux City, return to Loras as sophomores. • is junior^ and Perry Knowlton, soph ombre. James Garrett is undecided about re-enrolling for his senior year. John Axon will transfer from the State University of Iowa to Parsons College, Fairfield, and Wayne Sampson, a graduate of Carroll High School in the class of 1954, will enter Parsons College as a ffeshman. Returning to Parsons will be Maury and Don Schenkelberg, both sophomores. Patricia Bradley will return to Buena Vista for her junior year; Janet Bradley and Lee Houlihan for their second years. Ed Lamb plans to. return to North West Missouri State College as a junior; Jack Mobley and Ruth Ann Hazelbaker as sophomores. Judith Bock will be a junior- at covered from her automobile ac- Mt. St. Scholastica College. Joan Feld and' Rosemarie Fritz are planning to return to Viterbo College and Joan Dopheide will go back to Viterbo if sufficiently re- cident. Earl Bielmaier, who has been in clinic work this summer, will continue at the Illinois College of Chiropody, Chicago, for his senior year. Holy Family School Opens September 3 (Timed Herald New* Service) LIDDERDALE — Tuesday, September 3, has been set as the opening day for Holy Family School, Lidderdale, according to the Rev. Robert Phillips, pastor of Holy Family parish and superintendent of the school. Ah enrollment of about 75 is expected in grades one through eight. Clifford S. Phillips, who spent two and dhe-half months with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Preston, Broughton, and family, left-for 'his home at Dallas, Tex., Wednesday morning. Mr. Broughton, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Don Long, and her baby daughter, Dani, - of Lake View, is taking Mr. Philips back. Attention - Mothers of , in Hi. _ -j Children! PANDORA Orion Swearers For Children $2.98 - $5.98 » Ellerbroek's want you to ,be sure and see their large selection of fresh new styles in their downstairs children's department before you buy your children's back to school outfits. Come in # Register Your Children's Names for a Free Pandora Sweater Drawing 3:30 p. m. Saturday Aug, 31 NAME ADDRESS... >PHONE...„„™ „„ I have the following children in grade school: 1 —— 2, » „ 3..... 4...._ _ 5 . 6 JuoekL of Carroll Ellerbroek's of Carroll Present ABOVE: Soft and fluffy! Neat .intarsia rows add front interest. Four button closing collar. Mock-fashioned. $6.98 FILL OUT THIS REGISTRATION BLANK m Boat neck with bow, Mock.fashioned. Ribbed short sleeves and bottom. $5.98 I Ellerbroek s of Carroll I NAME - T l.. w . .,.,.............._„., ADDRESS Phone, end bring it to Ellerbroek's drawing 3:30 p. m. August 31. Extra registration blanks available at Ellerbroek's. . 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