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Page 8 text:
BOARD MEMBERSHIP CHANGES WITH MRS. LAUTERBACH S RESIGNATION
It was with great reluctance that the Board of Education accepted the resignation of Mrs. Lauterbach in 1962. She had been president for two years prior to her resignation and a board member since the board was formed in 1955. Mrs. Lauterbach contributed a great deal to the organization and traditions of D-DHS and is a past president of the PTA.
With her resignation Mr. Lyons was elected president. Mr. Stewart was elected vice president, and Mr. Llewellyn became the new board member.
Mr. Irvine Llewellyn was appointed to the school board when Mrs. Lauterbach resigned. He now holds the position of director. Mr. Llewellyn is a past president of the Chamber of Commerce and was an artillery officer in the U.S. Army. He is employed at the Citizens Bank of Delavan.
Mr. Francis Lyons was elected president in 1962 when Mrs. Lauterbach resigned. He has served on the board since 1959 and was elected vice president in 1960. Mr. Lyons is a World War 11 Navy Veteran and is a past commander of the American Legion. He is a local post office employee.
Mr. Donald Beardsley has held the position of clerk on the board since 1955, when the board was formed. He is a former Darien School Board member and is a past president of the Walworth County School Boards Association. He is a prominent farmer in the Delavan-Darien area.
Mr. Russell Stewart was elected vice president of the board in 1962. He was a Walworth County School Board member and has been a member of the Dclavan-Darien Board since 1960. Mr. Stewart is an area farmer and works very closely with the 4-H as a project leader.
Dr. J. A. Carroll has served as treasurer of the board since it was formed. He is an Osteopathic physician and Surgeon and has been practicing in this area since 1937. Dr. Carroll is a Past Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus, and a member of the City-Planning Commission.
Page 7 text:
MR. CHARLES H. WILEMAN . . resigned from the post of superintendent of schools in February 1963. Mr. Wileman left D-DHS to take a position as a member of the state oifice, with headquarters in Madison, Mr. Wileman will be doing school reorganization work. While Mr. Wileman was superintendent, a new high school district was formed, a new high school was built, a new elementary school was built, and tire George W. Borg Memorial Stadium was donated to D-DHS.
MR. RAYMOND ANDERSON . . . replaced Mr. Wileman as superin-tendant of schools in February of the 1962-63 school year. Mr. Anderson was formerly superintendent of schools in Waterloo, Wisconsin. He received his bachelor of science degree in 1948 from the University of Wisconsin. After four summers of post graduate work, he was granted his masters of science degree in 1955.
MR. LOND RODMAN . . . has been administrating principal of D-DHS since 1960. Mr. Rodman submitted his resignation to the school board at the end of the 1962-63 school year and will be leaving to take a position in the State Department of Public Instruction. Mr. Rodman received his masters degree from the University of Wisconsin.
MR. JOSEPH RONDEAU ... has completed his second year at D-DHS as assistant principal and Spanish teacher. Mr. Rondeau is a graduate of Marquette University with a bachelor of science degree and is now working toward his masters degree.
Page 9 text:
At the beginning of the 1962-63 school year the school board and the superintendent moved their offices to 412 Walworth Avenue. Shown at the left are Mrs. Vaughn; the school accountant, and Mrs. Knight the school secretary, in their new office.
The two office girls, hard at work in the picture on the right are Diane Zitko and Dor thy Miller. Both are kept constantly busy with their work in the office.
The custodians pictured at the left are Mr. Wiser, Mr. Fehrm, and Mr. Wendorf. These three men can often be seen busily working around the school.
Mrs. Siert, Mrs. Hipp, Mrs. Kooistra, Mrs. Wendorf and Mrs. Seibert (not pictured) are the cooks at D-DHS who prepared the noon meals throughout the 1962-63 school year. Four of them were at school daily to prepare delicious hot meals for the students.
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