School: Greenwood St. Mary's School Notes (07 Feb 1952)
Surnames: Arch, Barnet, Stiefvater, Rondorf, Hinker, Lindner, Brux, McConnell, Bergeman
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (07 Feb 1952)
Upper grade students of St. Mary's School expressed their opinions regarding the new school. These are some of them:
Frank Arch -- "Convenient and neat are the words that help describe out new school. It hasn't any crowded clothing rooms but lockers. It also has more room for our books."
Kathleen Barnet -- "To describe our school is going to be very difficult. Why? Because I don't know where to start. I think it would be much better if you would come to see it for yourself."
Thomas Stiefvater -- " The new school will help discard spectacles because of the green boards which are easy on your eyes."
Patricia Rondorf -- " I'm proud of our school because our parents and we children are helping pay for it. Also because it's neat and more practical."
Ronald Hinker -- "Greenwood now has a new school which is the beauty of Greenwood. I hope it will always be wonderful."
Shirley Lindner -- "The new school to me is just marvelous. We have many more modern advantages and the classrooms are superbly neat."
Kathryn Brux -- "Oh you're lucky, they all say when we talk about St. Mary's School. It's right up to date with halls, nice classrooms and the cooperation of the parish, they say. Their thought echo my thoughts."
Sharon McConnell -- "Our new school is a pleasing means of obtaining an education. It has indirect lighting and exquisite flooring."
Richard Bergeman -- "Education is everyone's idea. We, the people of St. Mary's School are very pleased with our up-to-date facilities. We appreciate our lights, gree chalk boards and many other wonderful things."
Patricia Lindner -- "We appreciate and like our new school, especially because we know our own parents helped make this possible. The Sisters and Father have worked hard also to make this structure possible."
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