Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 14, 1957 · Page 15
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 15

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 14, 1957
Page 15
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Extensive Improvements Completed During Summer— Carroll Public Schools Will Convene Aug. 29; Expect Nearly 600 to Enroll > An enrollment of nearly 800, practically the same as last year, js expected at Carroll Public Schools for file new year which Will begin with a half-day session Thursday, August 29. Advance registration predictions are 400 in elementary grades and 1B0 in high school. Beginners in the kindergarten class again will number about 50 which was the approximate number of last year's beginning group. A conference for new teacfiers will be held at the school Tuesday, August 27, and a meeting of all teachers Wednesday, August 28. Extra Jr. High Teacher An,important change in the instructional program this year will be the addition of an extra tieach- er for junior high which will enable seventh and eighth grades to be divided into two sections for a half-day each. This arrangement is expected to improve the reading program by enabling several reading groups to be formed. Room has been borrowed for the new section from the senior high school where two teachers have | been assigned to the same room in order to free the extra space. J. E. Dansdlli Jr. of Garner and Mrs, John Throckmorton of Carroll have been engaged to share junior high English and reading classes formerly taught by Mrs. Clyde Campbell. Mr. Dansdill holds a B. A. degree from Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, and has taught for the past three years in Garner. He is married and has one small child. Mrs. Throckmorton has had two years of training at Iowa State Teachers College and Drake University, Des Moines, and 12 16 Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 14, 1957 years' experience in Sac and Carroll County rural schools, Arcadia Public School, and Glidden Consolidated Schools. Other additions to the faculty for the new year will be Noreen Connell of Storm Lake, a recent graduate of Iowa State College, Ames, who will succeed Mrs. David Van Sickle as teacher of vocational homemaking; Mrs. Roger Nielsen (Barbara Knaack) of Manning, who will replace Mrs. Richard Reed in third grade; and Marilyn Fuller of Corning, who will succeed Mrs. Clayton Patrick as girls' physical training Instructor. Mrs. Nielsen has had two years of training at Iowa State Teachers College and two years* experience in Glidden. Her husband is in military service. Miss Fuller, a graduate of Iowa State Teachers with a B. A. degree, has taught for the past two years at Iowa Falls. Returning Again Returning from last year will be W. Paul Forney, superintendent, and the following members of the teaching staff: High school — J. Howard Mc- Elhinhey, principals Mrs. Twila Anderson, librarian; W, D. Bottolfson, English, speech and dramatics; Paul Bruns, social studies, basketball and physical education; Margaret Carney, commercial; Colburn V. Collinge, Industrial arts and track; Enid Copeland, English; George D. Coyan, social science and American, history;, Mrs. Betha'ne L. Fister, art; F. F. Gruber, science; Roger L. Hansen, vocal music; Dale Jungst, mathematics; Arnold Paulsen, football coach and manual training; Karl A. Ro- gosch, band; Robert Sterns, science and mathematics; Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick, Latin and English; and Phyllis J. Young, commercial. Elementary grades — Merle M. Reisner, principal; Dolores Baumhover, first grade; Mrs. Colette Bock, second; Mrs. W. D. Bottolfson, music; Carolyn Brady, kindergarten; Roberta Ann Brown, first; Forrest Buckallew, junior high; William E. Evans, junior high instructor and athletic director; Susan Fettes, fourth; L*. Vonne Hurd, fifth; Cleo Kaiser, sixth; Mrs. Charles Kuhlmai^ fifth; Mrs. Merlyn Miller, second* Mrs. Edward Reardon, fourth* Mrs, Nick Schwarzenbach, sixth* and Mrs. Lambert Winnike, third, Mrs.' Otto Kluegel again will teach the class for retarded children sponsored by the county board of education. No curriculum changes are to be introduced this year except for the division of classes in junior high. Wall Lake's Schools Will Open Aug. 26 WALL LAKE - The Wall Lake Community Schools will open Monday, August 26 for the school year 1957-1958. The faculty will convene for a meeting at 9:30 a.m. and the busses will start their routes at 12:30 p.m. School will convene at 1:30 p.m. for the first session with the busses returning at 3:30 p.m. The faculty Is complete with the exception of a vocal music teacher who will assist with either the mathematics or home economics department of the high school. C. D. Mitchell will start his fourth year as superintendent and Harold Vander Laan as high school principal. Mr. Vander Laan will receive his master's degree in secondary education at Colorado State Teachers College, Greeley, Colo, at the conclusion of this summer school's session. Faculty List , The complete faculty list is as follows: Mrs. Verla Schroeder, kindergarten; Mrs. Ellen Petersen, first grade; Mrs. Doris Auen, first grade; Mrs. Ermel Meals, second grade; Mrs, Vira Freeman, third grade; Mrs. Lucille Shields, second - fourth grades combination room; Kathryn Meyer, fourth grade; Mrs. Leona Belt, 5th grade; Mrs. Maxine Wicker, sixth grade; Mrs. Beulah Mitchell, seventh grade; Miss Mildred Schlorholtz, eighth grade; Ruthann Duncan, H. S. English-speech; Nadine Mc Clung, home economics and mathematics; Wanda Sifford, English- library; Robert Simpson, coach, science-driver's training; Carl McClure, commercial-girls B,B. and boys track; Alfred Holz, vocational agriculture; Wight Persinger, music; Harold Vander Laan, H. S. Principal and social science; C. D. Mitchell, Superintendent-science. The custodians and bus drivers are as follows: Tony Faber, custodian and bus foreman; John Janssen, custodian; Gerd H. Gerdes, Charles Bundt, Danny Pagel, William Gosch, and Ed Wolterman, bus drivers. Hot Lunches The school lunch department will serve meals on Tuesday, August 27, with the same cooks as previously. They are: Lucy Leftz. Nellie Janssen, Cecila Altman- shofer and Mrs Ethel Gerdes. Enrollment will be a few more than last year with approximate- 1 ly 40 to be enrolled in the kindergarten, making a total grade registration of 35P and 121 in the high school department. The summer vacation is expected to bring about a few moves in and out of the district. A beginning enrollment of 470 to 475 is anticipated. This will make an increase of approximately 20. The kindergarten enrollment will be decreased this year by about lb students. The kindergarten class of 1956-57 was a banner class with a total of 57 students. Curriculum Same, The high school curriculum will remain practically the same as in the past two years Offered again this year will be the general col­ lege preparatory course, the commercial course, the vocational agriculture course and a general academic high school course. It was hoped to offer the driver's training course on a credit basis, but the schedule is filled with other courses and it has been impossible to find a spot when the program would be available to all of the eligible students, according to Supt. Mitchell. If possible, a time will be worked out. otherwise the course will still be offered on a non-credit basis. The high school will be operated on a complete home room basis this school year as the study hall has been converted into classrooms. The eighth grade will occupy the north classroom and the commercial department will use the center classroom with the south portion of the study hall be- A Plus For Purity! A ^' Plus For School Snacks! A Plus For Health! ON THE FARM Stainless steel cooling tank. Containers From farm to you—hospital clean. Immediately after milking, Carroll Creamery Milk goes into hospital clean, stainless steel cooling tanks right on the farm. From there it is pumped into our stainless steel tank truck to be pasteurized and homogenized—then to the clean Pure-Pak Container, sealed until it gets into your home. I IN OUR TRUCKS Lange's Grade A Dairy Products Brought to You by ing used as a high school library. This will put all available floor space into use. Steel lockers have been added for the use of the eighth grade and high school students. New Equipment Other additional equipment which has been purchased includes new seats for the sixth grade room, new seats for the eighth grade room, a new sewing machine for the homemaking department and a new R. C. Allen typewriter for the commercial department. The only building improvement made during the vacation period is the construction of a new bath house and toilet on the athletic field. With the main 'playground being blacktopped a year ago, improvements on the school grounds have been reduced to a minimum. Summer Playground The summer playground program has been under the supervision of the school with Robert Simpson employed as supervisor. This program included baseball for the Babe Ruth Club and the Little Leaguers. High school baseball failed to materialize as too many of the players were work ing or away from home. Also, the program has provided tennis for those who were interested. The main portion of th^e time in the mornings was given over to swimming with two bus loads of students being transported to the Odebolt pool fout mornings of the week. The expenses of this sum­ mer's program were taken care o£ by the parents and local organiza-' tions making liberal contribution*", and donations. Of interest to local football fans will be the opening football game with Odebolt playing at Wall Lake on Friday evening, September 13, 8 p.m. Prospects for a good team are indicated by coaches. Bill Nulle Visits Sister In Arizona (Timet Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE - Bill Nulle is visiting for two weeks with his sister, Lila Nulle. at Prescott, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Art Elias visited from Sunday until Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Joe Trexel at Sioux City. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dettbarn entertained relatives in their home in observance of Mrs? Dettbarn's birthday. Their guests were Mr. and MPs. James Quandt of Denison, Ila Mae Nilsen of Vail, Sue Trexel of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ewoldt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Elias, Mr. and Mra. Manuel Aschinger and Kevin, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dettbarn and family and William Dettbarn.' The Melba Bridge Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Emma Campbell. At cards, Mrs. Bertha *Doyle received high score and Mrs. Alfred Kasperson, second high. In two weeks Mrs. Agnes Frank will entertain. Mrs. Bertha Doyle was a guest. Joyce Alyward of Omaha spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Leonard Kock. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lyons and family visited Westside friends, having been called to this com-' munity. because of the death of a relative. The Lyons, former Westside residents, now live at Menzan- ola, Colo. Exclusive Torsion-Aire Ride! Sports-car handling! Total-Contact Brakes! 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