THE "CLAN RUMREICH" OF ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY
From the May 13, 1932 edition of the St. John's Record:
Over towards the Red River Valley we spy Mahnomen on the map, the town noted for the Clan Rumreich.
John K. Rumreich, '02. is the John Deere implement dealer there.
Erhard Rumreich, '06, is one of Mahnomen's M.D.'s.
He also owns a drug store.
For a number of years he has also been connected with the Veterans' Bureau.
Frank Rumreich, '26, is now employed as an electrical engineer in Milwaukee.
His brother Cyril, '27, is a pharmacist at Devil's Lake.
The Devil's Lake Drug Company claims "Cy's" services.
Of the same family another brother now attends St. John's.
George will be our alumnus himself in a few years.
The last we heard from Cyril Rumreich, '06, was at the time he was in Minneapolis.
Emilian,'14, nephew to Cyril, has a hardware store in Pisek, N. Dakota, the "old home town."
Albert, '13, his brother, works out of Grand Forks.
Another Johnny, Joseph Lovik, '08, though not of the Clan Rumreich, is living in Mahnomen.
He is Clerk of Court of Mahnomen County.
Saint John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota was Alma Mater to many Rumreichs in the early twentieth century.
The three youngest sons of Frank Paul Rumreich, John K., Erhard and Cyril, were all "Johnnies."
They attended the university between 1901 and 1906.
A decade later, the two oldest sons of John J. Rumreich, Adolph and Frank G., attended St. John's.
They were cousins to the first round of Rumreich Johnnies.
They were joined by the two oldest sons of Albert A. Rumreich, Emil and Albert G. Rumreich.
The third round of Rumreichs attended a decade later, in the mid to late twenties.
The four youngest sons of Frank W. Rumreich, Frank T., Cyril, George and Florian, began their college careers at St. John's.
Frank T. continued on to Marquette.
Cyril, George and Florian subsequently attended the North Dakota School of Pharmacy.
Ninety years after the first Rumreich Johnnies, John D'Amico, grandson of Frank T. Rumreich, attended Saint John's.
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||St. John's Record, May 1, 1911, page 218|
Erhard Rumreich arrived and spent a few days at the Alma Mater
||St. John's Record, October 1, 1912, page 398|
Dr. Erhard Rumreich was married to Miss Stasia Vislisel at Pisek
||St. John's Record, July 1, 1913, page 340|
The Diploma of Graduation in the Commercial Department was awarded to Frank Rumreich
||St. John's Record, July 1, 1913, page 342|
The Medal for the Highest Average in the Academic Course was awarded to Adolph Rumreich
||St. John's Record, December 1, 1913, page 485|
"Doc" has changed his field of activity from Pisek to Mahnomen
||St. John's Record, May 1, 1915, page 90|
||St. John's Record, April 1, 1916, page 235|
John K. Rumreich elected Mayor of Mahnomen
||St. John's Record, April 1, 1924, page 191|
Adolph Rumreich has received an appointment as instructor in Bacteriology
and Hygiene in the Medical Department of Creighton University
||St. John's Record, March 4, 1926, page 218|
Basketball manager Frank Rumreich
||St. John's Record, November 11, 1926, page 6|
Frank Rumreich, better known as "Bosco" is attending Marquette University
||St. John's Record, May 13, 1932, page 5|
The "Clan Rumreich"
||St. John's Record, May 11, 1933, page 5|
The "Clan Rumreich" Arises
||St. John's Record, September 24, 1936, page 3|
Freshmen agree that Miss Luck was no lady - and neither was Juliet Rumreich
||St. John's Record, November 19, 1936, page 3|
Rumreich Makes His Bid for Fame