Washington No. 3 -- PHOTOS

 

Teacher Dorothy Locer; Washington No. 3; 1937-1938

~this was penned on the back of the photo:

Dorothy’s First Country School

Back Row:  Herb Norton, Luvais Schmidt, Lillian Jelken, Eliz. Sikkas, Marjorie Norton, Shirley Rowe (Timmins), Jean Dennler

Betty Sikkas, Marlowe, Schmidt, Don Schmidt, Clara Jelken, Betsey Dennler, Dean Rowe, Irene Jelken, Schilmoeller, Gladys Dennler, Joyce Eilks, Leonard Kruse, Loretta Kruse, Betty Ruble, Delores Ruble


Above Photo: Washington No. 3, 1947-1948, Teacher: Marjorie Norton Braun

Listed on the back of the photo were these names. We can only surmize that they names correspond with the children standing in a row left to right. The Teacher, Mrs. Braun, is standing at the far left in the photo. Perhaps the numbers written above each student indicates their grade level?

1947-1948
Harold
Dorothy
Don
MaryAnn
Lloyd
Marlene
Gladys
Connie
Armand
Fred
LaVonne
Gene
Dick
Lorraine
Judy
Peggy
Charles
Ardyce
Elizabeth
Karen

Teacher, Mrs. Braun

Teacher: Mrs. E. Ferne Jones, Washington Twp No. 3 -- Fall 1949/Spring 1950. (The photos below are taken right off the scrapbook pages of my Grandmother, E. Ferne Jones Tindall.)

Top Group Picture (above) May 1950
Washington Township # 3

Back Row:
Eugene Jurgensen
Armand Herzberg
Mary Ann Jelken
LaVonne Jennings
Connie Jurgensen
Marlene Haudenshield
Gladys Haudenshield

Middle Row:
Charles Kruse
Dickie Jelken
Lorraine Haudenshield
Judy Belle Seipp
Judy Ann Thietje
Elizabeth Ann Tone

Front Row:
Dennis Nielsen
Mary Stephens
Dale Hennings

[there is no second graders]


LeMars Globe-Post, October 29, 1953

There was a little item in Monday's paper about a visit by the pupils of Washington District 3 school to the Globe-Post office. They also visited the Kohout Cap Factory, the post office, the Vander Meer bakery, Wells Dairy and the City library.

While visiting the Globe-Post they had their picture taken in the bindery room on the second floor, grouped around the new Baum folder, which perversely refused to give a good demonstration. They saw all the principal operations from the second floor to the press and sterotype departments in the basement.

The youngsters were brought by their teacher, Mrs. Evelyn Warborg, assisted by Mrs. Lyle Stephens, Mrs. Claus Kruse, Mrs. Clifford Jurgenson and Mrs. Hilbert Hennigs.

Following is a list of the pupils: Marvin Hanno, Dale Hennigs, David Thietje, Danny Tone, Shirley Thietje, Beverly Jurgenson, Margaret Stephens, Mary Stephens, Dorothy Ann Kruse, Betty Ann Hennigs, Vernon Harrington, Paul Tone, Timmey Tone, Jay Stephens, Elizabeth Tone, Judy Thietje and Loren Harrington.


 

 

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