St. John Boys’ Catholic School Built in 1888 - It consisted of three classrooms along with a music and exhibition hall. The school was completely destroyed by fire on April 12, 1907. The building on the left is the Union Fire Hall.
This two story St. John Catholic Boys’ School was built by Father Gerard Bosch in 1910 at a cost of $16,240. It replaced the school that burned down in 1907.
The third floor was added to St. John Catholic School by Rev. Leonard Robin in 1949.
Father Jansen on the Left and Father Bosch on the Right Pictured with Students in Front of St. John’s Catholic School (date unknown)