School: Granton School Notes (24 Oct 1913)
Surnames: Brooks, Montgomery, Downer, Wonser, Davis, Storm, Hart, Kemmeter, Morris, Graves, Haltaufderheide, Gerzemehle, Davis, Welch, Trimberger, Williams, Cole, Rausch, Drake, Ross, Wegner, Rose, Neinas, Lee, Marsh
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/24/1913
Did you hear about it? What is it? A Halloween party, Friday evening Oct. 31 from 8 to 10:30 at the Granton Schoolhouse. Who is invited? Everybody! Are you going? Surely. What are they going to do? I don’t just know, but, I understand it has been in the planning for three weeks. Are they going to have some music? So I heard. Something to eat? Oh don’t ask too many questions, just come and have you r future told for five cents and all other question will be answered.
The school rooms are looking up much better this week, as most all those who had the measles are back to school.
This week we are going to put down our new floor for the manual training or work room. The working material for this room will be here this week. The plan from the state department is that each pupil in the seventh and eighth grades make some useful article during the year. The girls of the seventh and eighth grades will have one hour of sewing each week. This class will be supervised by Miss Brooks.
6th grade - Peter Montgomery 82, Harold downer 87, Mermel Wonser 76, Smith Davis 84, Freda Storm 76, Leona Downer 86, Glen Hart 91, Fk. Storm 80. Rose Kemmeter 83, Marguerite Morris 80, Rena Montgomery 80, Glyde Graves 87, Silas Haltaufderheide 83, Louis Gerzemehle 85, Gertrude Davis 85, Rollo Welch 78, Walter Trimberger 74, Roy Williams 78, Rachelle Cole 81, Maynard Cole 70.
7th grade - Wallace Rausch 82, Leon Drake 87, Hillary Ross 88, Eva Wegner, 85, Elva Rose 89, Lydia Neinas 89, Beulah Lee 88, Thea Marsh 85.
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