May 20, 1948, Sioux Center News
As found in the May 20, 1948 issue of the Sioux Center News:
Complete List 8th Grade Rural Graduates in Sioux County
With this week’s issue of the school news, this closes the school news for the current year. We wish to thank the County papers for the liberal space given us through this and previous years, it is deeply appreciated.
A release of the pupils from rural school eligible for graduation this week, includes all except a few who were ill at the time the examinations were held:
Lee Donald Harskamp
Floyd Rural Ind.
Gertrude J. Kuipers
West Branch Township
The four pupils making the highest scores in the County tests were Miss Jean Stoltenberg of District No. 3 Washingotn Twsp., Miss June Newman, Teacher. Mr. Orville Rehder District No. 8 Garfield Township. Mrs. Isabel Mauere, teacher. Norman VanderLee Grant No.7 Mrs. Mae Lamoureux, teacher. And Glenn Miller district No. 6 Garfield Twp. Miss Bertha VerWey, teacher. District No. 1 of Plato Township has the largest graduating class of any rural school with six pupils. No. 2 Eagle was the second with five pupils in the class. Mrs. Helen Williams is the teacher.
County Superintendent: Tye handed out Diplomas to the students in Maurice, Newkirk, Hospers, and Orange City the past week.