Sioux County -- SCHOOLS
Taken from the Sioux Center News of Feb. 20, 1964.
Do you remember away back when?
Do you recognize this group of students? They attended Carmel school northwest of Sioux Center under the instruction of Miss Colista Jensen, pictured with them.
The picture, in case you want a clue, was taken 66 years ago, in 1898.
Mrs. Wm. DeRoos of Hull, who loaned this picture to the News for publication, was unable identify all the students, but furnished name:
Front row, L-R, Paul Schreuder, Nittie Kuiper (Mrs. Jim DenHartog), Delia Meylink (Mrs. Wm. DeRoos), Mae Meylink (Mrs. Wm. Bergsma), Kattie Kuiper, Jennie VanBerkum (Mrs. Gilbert VanBeek).
Second row, L-R Pete Schreuder, Cornie Kuiper, Neal Wolfswinkel, Mrs. Colista Jensen - Teacher, /Will Meylink, three VanRoekel boys and Arie Kuiper.
Back Row, L-R Jennie Kuiper, Jennie Meylink, Ben Meylink, and four VanRoekel boys.
The pupils were from the following families: Gysbert Kuiper -5, Henry Meylink -5, Jake Shreuder -2, Geurt VanRoekel - 7, Jennie VanBerkum and Cornelius Wolfswinkel.
THE CARMEL SCHOOL -- 1941
Jeanette Rozeboom and Constance Moeller are the instructors and Jake Huisma is the director. The pupils with their teachers read left to right: Front row, Virginia Koel, Myrtle Te Grotenhuis, Fonda Pearl Sandbulte, Alice Franken, Joan Vonk, Henrietta Langstraat, Duane Sandbulte, Theodore Vonk, Marvin Van Tilburg, Alvin Bos and Teunis Bos.
Second row, Arlene Rozeboom, Jane Bos, Evelyn Hooyer, LeRoy Rozeboom, Lester Te Grotenhuis, Donald Koel and Emery Van Tilburg.
Third row, Joyce Rozeboom, Iola Sandbulte, Thelma Vonk, Anna Mae Hooyer, Lloyd Sandulte, Milton Sandulte, Kenneth Sandulte and Delmar Sandbulte.
Back row, Miss Moeller, Esther Hooyer, Angeline Sandbulte, Edna Langstraat, Margaret Rozeboom, Teunis Rozeboom, Gaynor Te Grotenhuis, Tony Hooyer, Tommy Van Tilburg, and Miss Rozeboom.
~Source: The Sioux Center News, June 12, 1941