LYON COUNTY GENEALOGY
Colleges Claim Local Students
Depression Fails to Materially Cut Enrollment
Rock Rapids will be well represented this year at the higher institutions of learning in this and adjoining states. Iowa schools will claim a majority of the young men and women, nearly all of whom are graduates of the Rock Rapids high school, but at least six will matriculate in out-of-town colleges and universities.
The University of Iowa and Iowa State college at Ames, will have seven Rock Rapids students enrolled for work. Louis and Thomas Corcoran and Earl Fisher are at the University, while Harold Randolph, Richard Allbright, James Hoben, Jr., Tal Naglestad and Mary Brugmann are resuming their work at Ames.
Grinnell college, at Grinnell, has as its Rock Rapids students, Arnold Dickinson, Tommy McGuire and Betty Allbright. At Morningside, Sioux City, local students are Clyde Bird, Marvin Collins and Marguerite Moon. Miss Erma Geick is enrolled at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, and Peter Westra and Floris Decker are in school at Central college, Pella.
Out-of-state schools get the following students: Kansas State, Manhattan, Clarence Schmidt; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Robert Walerius; Northern Illinois School of Optometry, Chicago, Floyd Getman; Mt. Carroll college Mt Carroll, Ill., Arlo Schnepf; Washington university, St. Louis, Mo., Earl McLaughlin; Creighton university, Omaha, Raymond McGuire.
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