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23 ^TOIMI nlfH^ W^rVfi# /Vednaiday, Aug. M, 1957 Six Rooms to Be Added At St. Lawrence For 5 Classes, Lavatory- Furnace; May Start in September A building addition of six rooms, including five classrooms and a lavatory and furnace room, is planned by St. Law- rfence School tor the new year. It is hoped that bids will be let about September 1 and construction will begin early in September. Meanwhile, school will open for the new year with a half-day session Tuesday, September 3. Registration will take place in the school hall Thursday of this week after masses at 6, 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. - : Additions to the building have been made necessary by the continued growth of St. Lawrence School. An enrollment of about 480 is anticipated for this year. Faculty assignments have not been completed but Sr. M. Roswitha will continue as jrincipal. Genevieve Foley or Carroll will join ;he staff as a new lay teacher. Mrs. John Puttman, Carroll; Gertrude Wessling, Breda; and Jane Pfau, Lincoln, 111., will return from last year's faculty. Other teachers will be assigned by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, LaCrosse, Wis. The Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes heads the faculty as superintendent, assisted by the Rev. Patrick J. Nooney as instructor in religion. Auburn Will C^rer Course In Chemistry AUBURN — The Auburn Public School will open Sept. 2 and will be in session in the morning only for the first day. A teachers' conference will be held Saturday, Aug. 31. Tuesday, school will be session for a full way with the hot lunch program beginning then. Although there will be a decrease in the number of students in kindergarten, the school system will have an increase in enrollment. Chemistry will be offered this coming year and possibly advanced shorthand. Improvements Made The gym floor has been sanded and refinished, end the gym repainted. Glass block windows have been installed in the gym. Three classrooms have been painted and aome new closets have been added to the classroom?. The entire building has undergone a thorough cleaning. With the installation of floures- cent lights in two rooms, a three- year lightinglmprovement program has been completed and the entire school now has flourescent lighting. A jungle gym has been added to the playground. Auburn will send out three buses. The drivers are Ed Ungrue, Bill Cave, and Leland Hanks. A new 1957 model 48-pas>senger bus will be in service. Bus routes are expected to remain the same except for a few minor changes. Miss Edna Mohr, will be the superintendent's secretary, and Walter Willert, school custodian. New faculty members include Mr. and Mrs, Vernon L. Arndt of Blencoe, and Mrs Jackie Finley Mickelson of Auburn. Mr. Arndt, who will coach and teach industrial arts, received his degree from the University of South Dakota in June Mrs. Arndt also holds a degree from the University of South Dakota, and has been teaching at Moville She will teach home economics and chemistry here this coming year. Mrs. Mickelson attended Iowa State Teachers College, and has taught in rural schools. She will teach kindergarten. Music Post Open The position oi vocal and Instrumental music teacher nas not been filled. Supt. John 0. French will teach business; and Principal Harry Kruchten, science and math. Other high school faculty members returning ( arflt Mrs. P. E. Phelps, English' and dramatics; and Mrs. John 0. French, shorthand, typing, and newspaper. In the grades will be Mrs, Leo Wienhold, first; Mrs, Al Derner, second; Mrs. F 0- Shelp. third; Mrs. Robwt Lovett, iourth; Mrs. LaVona Shannon, fifth and sixth; and Mrs. Agnes Jackson, seventh and eighth. 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