School News, 1921-1927
(Brandon Times clippings, courtesy Barbara Vande Brink)
Brandon Times, November 3, 1921
Howard Kuehn was absent from school Thursday on account of illness.
The Third Grade Geography class has completed "The Seven Little Sisters."
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Wilsie of Brandon visited the Primary room last Friday.
The pupils of the Primary room had a Halloween party Friday P. M.
The Second grade pupils are making "Alphabet Booklet."
Eva Blank received mostly hundreds for deportment for the month of October.
We enjoyed the use of the new Victrola at opening exercise period Monday morning.
Those recently receiving perfect attendance Certificates for October: Beatrice Frei, Lenore Stellmacher, Violet Baker, George Frei, Dorothea Born and Eva Blank.
We enjoyed games and Halloween stunts Friday afternoon. Lenore Stellmacher, Roma Otto, and Iran [Ivan?] Otto being among the prize winners.
Leslie Deitrich was absent Monday.
The results of the campaign for Country Gentleman were Jeffs 25, Mutts 23.
The box social held last Friday evening was a success. The returns are estimated at close to $40. We very much appreciate the efforts of some of our young gentlemen visitors in trying to put things out of commission here hast Friday night.
Harry Hins has withdrawn to enter Brandon High School.
The Ninth Grade General Science manufactured a fireless cooker. It was given a successful trial today.
BASKETBALL TEAM ORGANIZED
The FairWater Basketball team has organized, and the team will go under the name of "The Arrows." Earl Frei was elected maanger of the team. The squad is very large and a strong team is to be picked from the group very soon. The team will practice and play in the large pavillion which has a regulation size floor and one of the best basketball floors in this section of the state.
Brandon Times, November 10, 1921
Miss Ellen Frei, Miss Arvilla Schmuhl, Miss Helen Riemer, Miss Mattie Schmuhl, Miss Erma Baker and Miss Laura Schinzel left school Tuesday morning to attend Parochial school here.
Raymond and Edwin Theune were tardy Monday morning.
There was no school here Thursday or Friday on account of the teachers attending the convention at Milwaukee.
Robert Dietrich was absent Monday forenoon.
This week is tag week here for good English.
Brandon Times, November 17, 1921
Alex Zimmerman was a Markesan visitor Thursday afternoon.
Joyce Blank was absent from school Monday and Tuesday on account of illness.
Milton Patchett attended the "Armistice Program" at Ripon Friday afternoon.
Mary Blodgett was absent Friday on account of illness.
The Sewing Club met Thursday evening. The girls were interested in the French and flat fell seams.
In observing "Good English Week" almost all were tagged.
Alfred Korth brought some choice Victrola records which were played last Tuesday morning.
Leslie Dietrich spent Monday and Tuesday at Milwaukee.
George Frei was absent Friday afternoon. Something unusual for George.
Prizes were awarded to the following for the least number of mistakes made during English week: Florence Loechelt received 1st Prize; Alwin Otto received a prize in the 7th Grade; Orpha Dietrich, Mabel Stellmacher, Irene Frei and Mattie Schmuhl in the 8th Grade. Ellen Frei, Lolita Schmuhl, Orville Schmuhl, Laura Schinzel and Edwin Theune in the 9th Grade.
School was dismissed at 3:00 on Friday afternoon, it being Armistice Day.
It seems to be more satisfactory to write penmanship to music, which is putting the Victrola into use.
Brandon Times, November 24, 1921
The Intermediate Room Scoeity held its meeting last Friday afternoon. The program committee had arranged for an interesting program which was as follows:
All Reading-THANKSGIVING" Eva Blank
Recitation-"THE QUEST" Lenore Stellmacher
"STORY OF THE PILGRIMS"-told by Leslie Dietrich
Poem-"THANKSGIVING" Fifth Grade
Poem-"LANDING OF THE PILGRIMS" read by Ivan Otto
Poem-"NOVEMBER" Fourth Grade
Business meeting called to order by President Ivan Otto
In Drawing Class last
Wednesday turkeys were drawn.
We are getting ready for the Christmas program, giving out pieces each.
We learned the following Thanksgiving Songs: "When The Frost Is On The Pumpkin;" "The Landing Of The Pilgrims;" "On Grandfather's Farm;" "Mr. Duck And Mr. Turkey."
Arvilla Schmuhl, Mattie Schmuhl, Erma Baker, Helen Riemer and Laura Schinzel have been excused from sewing on account of attending parochial school.
The Sewing Club enjoyed the lesson "How To Sew On Buttons" given by Miss Irene Dreblow Thursday evening. We are sure out buttons will stay on hereafter.
Miss Lolita Schmuhl spent Thursday evening with Miss Ellen Frei.
An Eighth Grade girl wrote the following sentence for spelling: "The Circular of the Apple was Round."
Mattie's hair came tumbling down Friday. But we caught the "rats." A miracle that the girls weren't "skeered" of being bit.
Brandon Times, December 1, 1921
The following pupils received "Perfect Attendance Certificates:" Melvin Frei, Myrtle Dietrich, Charles and Howard Kuehn, Mabel and Lawrence Born, Florence Link, Erwin Plagens, Loren Lieske, Kathryn Schoeffel, Mildred Blank, Agnes Schpanski, Margaret Loeffler, Marguerite Korb, Vida Zabel, Florence Frei, Milton Patchett and Wyman Heuer.
Miss Mahoney visited the Primary Room Wednesday P. M.
Margaret Loeffler and Marguerite Korb ate their Thanksgiving dinner at Brandon.Clarence Zimmerman was absent from school Wednesday on account of illness.
Superintendent Morse visited our room last Wednesday afternoon.
Bessie Baker, Irene Frei, Vernon Korb were visitors to our room Wednesday.
The following seven received "Perfect Attendance Certificate" for the month of November: Beatrice Frei, Melvin Stellmacher, Lenore Stellmacher, Violet Baker, Mary Shepanski, Dorothea Born.
In Fifth Grade Geography were were discussing Washington D. C. and the significance of the D. C. When the expanation had been made, George said he knew another meaning a man had told him. On questioning why his meaning was, George said "Dry Country."
Leslie Dietrich is absent suffering from a boil on his foot.
Edwin and Raymond Theune were absent Monday morning.
This room has been copying their parts for the Christmas program.
Mr. Morse, the County Superintendent, visited this room Wednesday A. M. He also gave a short talk on the Disarmament.
There was no school here Wednesday P. M.
Those who received "Perfect Attendance Certificate" were: Edward Frei, Walter Giles, Bessie Baker, Lester Loechelt.
Brandon Times, December 8, 1921
No sewing class was held Thursday evening due to disagreeable weather.
George Frei has sold the most Chirstmas Seals in our room Thursday forenoon.
We are doing some practicing for our Christmas program to be given at the hall December 22nd.
Ralph Born, Gilbert Stellmacher, Raymond and Edwin Theune were tardy Monday.
Robert Dietrich was absent Monday.
Reuben Frei was absent Monday afternoon.
Our room has sold nearly 1,800 stamps.
The Literary Society held their meeting Friday afternoon. The program committee arranged a very nice program.
Mollie Loechelt lost a fountain pen Monday noon.
Lolita Schmuhl found a pair of gloves Monday noon.
Brandon Times, December 15, 1921
Milton Patchett received the largest number of stars for selling Christmas seals..
Howard Kuehn was absent from School on Friday on account of illness.
Mary Blodgett and Wyman Heuer were Milwaukee visitors Monday and Tuesday..
Orpha Deitrich spent Thursday evening with Lolita Schmuhl..
Arvilla Schmuhl accompanied her mother to Brandon Monday evening..
Vernon Korb entertained Ellen Frei, Donald Kussman and Arvilla Schmuhl Sunday evening..
Gilbert Stellmacher was absent Monday..
Don't forget the Christmas program December 21st..
Orpha Dietrich, Mabel Stellmacher, Irene Frei and Florence Roeske went to Brandon Wednesday evening.
Brandon Times, December 22, 1921
Many have read and reported on reading circle books.
In connection with a language story, we did some charcoal drawing in drawing period. We drew the Shepherds on the plains near Bethlehem.
Fourth Grade Language class told the following Christmas stories: THE FIR TREE by Anderson; GOLDEN COBWEBS; also the FIRST CHRISTMAS STORY.
Fourth Grade is reading "THE CHRISTMAS STORY" and "SCROOGE."
Dorothea Born, Eva Blank, Violet Baker, Lenore Stellmacher, Ivan Otto and Mary Shepanske have the best penmanship papers this week.
Some interesting letters were written last week.
Bertha Schmeck played the various songs through for our Christmas program last Thursday.
We did "the grind" and "the grasp" exercises with our "daily dozen record" in gymnastic period.
Robert Dietrich was absent Monday.
Raymond and Edwin were tardy AGAIN.
The Seventh Grade Arithmetic Class are having problems on percentage. SOME understand, most don't.
The whole school went to Daehn's Hall Friday afternoon and practiced the Christmas program.
Irene was all "frizzed" up Monday.
The "Frosh" studied sound Monday.
Arvilla Schmuhl went to the dentist Friday afternoon.
The Ninth Grade is studying the Budget Making system. They have to make a budget for FairWater Tuesday.
The "Frosh" have to have 120 problems worked by Wednesday.
Bessie had her hair curled from top to Bottom Monday.
Walter is rather inquisitive.
Brandon Times, January 19, 1922
Melvin and Lenore Stellmacher have completed their Reading Circle work.
Romia and Ivan Otto left Monday, as they moved to Ripon.
All from this room report a good time at the Old Time Party given by the "Mutts" Friday night.
The "Mutts" were planning on giving the "Jeffs" a party one evening. A few minutes after 4 o'clock, the "Mutts" side was holding a meeting. Some one in the hall asked, "Walter, has the Grammar Room dismissed?" "No, all the "Mutts" are holding a meeting."
Robert Dietrich and Gilbert Stellmacher were absent Monday.
The "Mutts" gave the "Jeffs" their party Friday night, which proved a success.
Alvin Otto left school Monday, as he is going to Ripon.
The Seventh Grade are stuy\dying Commercial Discount in Arithmetic.
The Program Committee arranged a very nice program for the Literary Society Friday afternoon.
Brandon Times, January 26, 1922
Joyce Blank was absent from school Thursday and Friday.
Marie Kunert made a visit to the dentist Monday.
Miss Mollie was excused from school Monday afternoon, for she had to visit Dr. Pett.
Mabel had her hair combed somewhat different Monday.
The Eighth Grade entertained the rest of this room Friday afternoon by giving a program.
There was no school Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday. Mr. Lukesh being ill.
Orpha Dietrich had charge of the room Tuesday from 9:30 to 10:15.
Mollie got a scratch on her hand, Lolita on her nose, playing Keep Away, Monday.
The "Frosh" are studying the Pythagorean Theorem in Algebra. Result: "Hard times."
The "Frosh" held a session after school Thursday evening.
Misses Florence, Orpha, Irene and Mabel held a session with Mr. Lukesh Friday in regard to their dislike for each other.
Brandon Times, February 9, 1922
The following received "Perfect Attendance Certificates" for the month of January: Eva Blank, Dorothea Born, George Frei, Donald Kussman, Violet Baker, Lenore Stellmacher and Beatrice Frei.
The Fifth Grade has been making product maps in Geography.
Red, White and Blue shields were drawn and painted in drawing class Wednesday.
Mildred Korth was absent last Friday.
The Ninth Grande finished with Science and Citizenship and are taking up Biology and Comercial Geography.
Reuben Frei was absent from school Monday.
The Literary Society elected their new officers last Friday: Vernon Korb was elected President; Mabel Stellmacher elected Vice President; Laura Schinzel, Treasurer.
Brandon Times, March 2, 1922
Ralph Born, Mabel Stellmacher and Florence Loechelt were absent Monday.
Fred Roeske and Everett Schmuhl visited school Friday A. M.
Raymond and Edward Theune were tardy Monday morning.
The Seventh Grade gave a very interesting program Friday P. M.
The Literary Society held their meeting Friday P. M.
Arvilla spent Thursday evening in the country with Lolita.
This room was invited to attend the program of the Primary Room Wednesday.
Brandon Times, March 9, 1922
Raymond and Edward Theune and Lawrence Frei were absent Monday.
Fred Roeske and Everett Schmuhl visited school Friday P. M.
The "Frosh" gave a program Friday afternoon which proved to be unsatisfactory to some of the onlookers. We wonder why.
Brandon Times, March 16, 1922
Little Loren Leiske entertained his teacher and a few of his friends to supper last Thursday evening in honor of his sixth Birthday.
Brandon Times, October 5, 1922
Reuben Frei, Vernon Korb and Milton Abendroth attended the Ripon Street Fair Friday afternoon.
Lester Loechelt was absent Monday.
Mattie Schmuhl had the mishap of falling out of her seat Friday afternoon.
The Grammar Room likes their new Professor, Mr. Wehmeier.
Eating breakfast and chewing gum in school hours must be abolished in the Grammar Room.
Milton Abendroth was absent Wednesday.
The two upper rooms are having a campaign similar to the one held last year.
The Grammar Room has organized a "Literary Society."
The Eighth Grade was to give a program Friday but failed to succeed. Therefore, the other two grades gave them a severe punishment.
The "Frosh" are doing fine in Algebra this year.
The opening exercises each morning through the week are as follows: Monday moringin - Singing; Tuesday morning - Waltin Camps; Wednesday morning - Jokes; Thursday morning - Victrola program; Friday morning - Singing.
The Ninth Grade has organized a community Service Club.
Irene was "frizzled"from top to toe Wednesday.
Brandon Times, October 12, 1922
The Literary Society met Friday afternoon and decided to have a Halloween Party on October 27th.
Bessie Baker, Eva Blank and Florence Loechelt are on the Eat's Committee, while Florence Roeske, Irene Frei and Mabel stellmacher are on the Decorating Committee.
Vernon Korb was elected Treasurer of the Victrola Club.
Ralph Born was absent Friday afternoon.
Meta Schmuhl was elected Secretary of the Literary Society.
Irene Frei was late Monday morning and stood in the cloak room and listened to the singing.
Mrs. L. C. Rasmussen visited the Primary Grades Tuesday P. M.
Florence Link was absent on account of illness.
Carol Rasmussen was a Chicago visitor last week.
The Third Grade Geography class is beginning work on the project "The Desert."
The following pupils were neither absent or tardy during the past month: Agnes Schepanske, Matgaret Loeffler, Florence Frei, Norman Zimmerman, Maguerite Korb, Carol Rambow, Vida Zabel.
Brandon Times, October 19, 1922
Last month's perfect attendance people were: Kenneth Rambow, Melvin Frei, Alex Zimmerman, Milton Patchett, Clarence Zimmerman, Dorothy Rambow, Beatrice Frei, Violet Baker, Dorithy Alvin.
There were more boys perfect attendance last month than girls.
Evelyn Stelter of Dalton entered out Fourth Grade last week.
This room made booklets for current events last week.
The following people gave excellent news topis Thursday: Milton Patchett, Roy Stelter, Lenore Stellmacher, Melvin Stellmacher.
Some Fourth Graders have a hard time remembering to get their current events.
Milton Patchett was voted as Treasurer of the Victrola fund.
The program committee met to make out a program for our next monthly meeting.
This room is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the play ground apparatus.
Vernon Korb was absent from school Tuesday.
Myron Stelter was absent Tuesday.
Mabel Stellmacher was all fussed up from head to toe Monday.
Every Friday the pupils of the Ninth Grade have to give oral talks from the Literary Digest, and some have quite a time getting one.
Irene Frei thought she could do the experiment all by herself, but failed.
Milton Abendroth is very attentive in classes.
Bessie Baker had a new red middy on Monday.
Florence Loechelt is very interested in Bessie Baker's business.
Brandon Times, October 26, 1922
Ralph Born was absent from School Tuesday.
The Ninth Grade had to stay after school Tuesday because they did not know their Civics lesson.
While playing "Keep Away" with the basketball Wednesday afternoon, Ralph Born received a black eye from one of the other players.
Richard Frei was absent Tuesday afternoon.
Florence is well prepared for the cold weather, as she has some dandy new socks!
Milton Abendroth came to school Monday morning with long trousers and plow shoes. He sure does look like a man.
Brandon Times, November 2, 1922
The Grammar Room had part of Friday off to decorate the school for the Halloween party. The party was Friday evening. It started at 7 p. m. and ended at 10 p. m. When we were nearly ready to go home we heard some water rushing very fast. It came from the furnace room and ran in the wash room. Everyone was frightened. Then some boys tried to shut it off but after awhile it started again. After a little while the boys were wringing wet. Some boys ran and told the janitor to come and shut it off upstairs. Then we all went home. Everyone reported a good time.
The Grammar Room ware planning to have a Halloween program which is to be held Friday p. m.
PRIMARY AND INTERMEDIATE ROOM
Florence Frei has gone to Nebraska where she will visit with relatives for three weeks.
The pupils of the Primary Room had a Halloween Party Tuesday p. m.
Margarite Korb went to Fond du Lac to have her tonsils removed.
The following pupils received "Perfect Attendance Certificates" for the month of October: Wyman Heuer, Erwin Plagens, Norman and Edwin Zimmerman, Loren Lieske, Howard Kuehn, Agnes Schepanskie, Margaret Loeffler, Marie Kuner, Vida Zabel, Carol Rambow, Katherine Kubehl, and Florence Link.
Wyman Heuer has withdrawn from the Third Grade and has gone to Fond du Lac with his parents.
Brandon Times, February 1, 1923
Florence Loechelt was tardy Tuesday
There was no school Friday as it was teachers visiting day..
Florence Loechelt, Mabel Stellmacher, Irene Frei and Bessie Baker visited the "Grand River School" Friday..
The Ninth Grade Science Class wrote their final examination last week. It is understood everyone had a passing mark..
Instead of the science subject they are taking biology, which is a little worse than the first..
Milton Abendroth is in the habit of popping up in class before anyone else has a chance to think on the question asked. He sure is a smart boy..
The Grammar Room intends to give a two act play sometime in February. The exact date will be announced later..
The girls in the Grammar Room were very surprised to hear that the Grammar team won..
The FairWater Grammar Basketball Team are going to play with Ripon February 2..
The latest fad for the Grammar Room is climbing the windmill..
The pupils of the Grammar Room were surprised Monday morning to see their boards painted..
The SEventh Grade Reading Class came poorly prepared Tuesday afternoon..
The Ninth Grade Algebra class will have a test Wednesday.
Brandon Times, February 15, 1923
Eva Blank was absent Friday and
Monday on account of a severe toothache.
The monthly report cards were issued February 5th.
Vernon Korb was absent Friday afternoon and Monday.
Dorothy Born was absent two days last week on account of illness.
Mr. Wehmeier had one class less to teach Friday as the Seventh Grade was absent.
Next week Tuesday everyone had to have a memory gem.
The Ninth Graders are hurrying with Citizenship so that they may take a new subject, Commercial Geography.
The Eighth Grade Reading class have completed their outline on "Snow Bound."
Brandon Times, September 6, 1923
School opened Monday with a good
attendance. The teachers for the school year are: 1st Room - Miss Ella Sommers, Marquette;
2nd Room - Miss Agnes Moore, Watertown; 3rd Room - Mr. Fred Weymeier, Milwaukee.
Brandon Times, November 26, 1925
The School Glee Club under the
direction of Miss Braatz rendered two selections. Other musical numbers were rendered by
Messrs. Henslin, Korb, and Vernon Korb.
The following officers were elected: President - Fred Henslin; Vice President - Mrs. Sommers; Secretary - Mrs. Abercrombie.
Phyllis Jane Hamley of Brandon visited the Primary Department Tuesday.
The pupils of the Third Grade have completed an illustrated Pilgrim booklet.
Annice Schouten and Erwin Bielke were absent from school last week on accouint of Illness.
Agnes Schepenski of the Sixth Grade has recently finished a health poster which deserves special mention. The pictures as well as the lettering are painted in water colors. From every standpoint, such as neatness, spacing of letters, arrangement and balance, her poster is almost perfect.
On it animated vegetables, peas, corn, onions,tomatoes, beets etc. are on parade with a little girl. The slogan reads: "Eat Some Vegetables Besides Potatoes Every Day."
The attendance has been very much lower than usual during the few weeks because of Chicken Pox. This week, however, it is again back to normal.
Brandon Times, December 16, 1925
The pupils of our school are budy preparing for a Christmas play to be given on the evening of December 23rd. Entitled "Christmas as Gooseberry Glen." Everyone is wishing for the success of the play. The cast of characters is:
Ben Morgan, A farmer - Milton Patchett
Mrs. Morgan, his wife - Violet Baker
Noah Kent, a farm hand - Alex Zimmerman
Delilah, the maid - Lenora Stellmacher
Anna Bertram, a daughtev - Beatrice Frei
Howard Bertram, her husband - Vernon Frei
Betram children - Lorraine Frei, Johnny Miller, Jack Morgan
Son of Ben - Melvin Stellmacher
Mrs. Morgan, his wife - Mabel Maas
Morgan children - Genevieve Maas, Marion Henslin, Florian Laper, Ned Morgan
A bachelor - Melvin Frei
Miss Evans, old maid - Mary Blodgett
Grandpa Howell, old musician - William Kretchner
Neighbors, Mr. Emerson - Laurence Born
Clarence Zimmerman, who has spent
some time at the Fond du Lac hospital, is now at home. We are glad to know that he is
getting along well and hope for his early return to school.
Alex Zimmerman is ready to begin housekeeping. He already has made a stool, pedestal and clothes stick in manual training.
The girls in domestic science are just beginning sewing for the last half of the term. A Stich in Time Saves Nine.
The pupils of the Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Grades have been testing samples of milk in connection with their work in agriculture. Friday morning, DEcember 10th, they visited the home of Herman Korth for the purpose of observing milk testing by an expert tester.
School will close for the Christmas vacation December 23rd. And will reopen again January 13th.
The School has organized into two teams with Marie Kunert and Marguerite Korb as captains. The team selling less leals will owe the other a sleigh party. At this time the teams are tied. Will the folks please do their bit? It is all for a good cause. The pin has just arrived for the one selling the most. The leaders thus far are Melvin Stellmacher and Charles Kuehn.
ELABORATE PROGRAM GIVEN AT FAIRWATER - THIRTY-THREE PRIZES
AWARDED TO PUPILS FOR POSTERS, ESSAYS AND BOOKLETS
Brandon Times, April 14, 1927
The following program was given under the auspices of the FairWater W. C. T. U. last Wednesday evening at the FairWater school house.
ADDRESS OF WELCOME - Mrs. W. Knapp
REMARKS - Principal J. T. Petska
BAND, "ON WISCONSIN" - Intermediate pupils
SONG "SPRING" - Primary pupils
"NO DRUNKARD THERE" - Mildred Blank
SONG, "GARDEN OF THE L. T. L." - 4th Grade
Fifth and Sixth Grade pupils:
RECITATION - Wyman Schoeffel
DIALOGUE, "MERRY SCHOOL DAYS" - First, Second and Third Grade pupils
BAND, "WHEN WE ALL GROW UP TO BE 21" - Intermediate pupils
SONG, "THE WINDMILL" - Primary pupils
RECITATION, "A PLEDGE" - Annice Schouten
FOLK DANCES, CLAP AND CIRCLE DANCE - Primary and Intermediate girls
PIANO DUET - Mrs. Lieske and Loren Brush and Broom Brigade - Dorothy Whittemore, Rachael Fairbanks, Loma Knapp, and Norman Johnson
RECITATION - Joyce Knapp
DIALOGUE, "CIGARETTE SMOKING" - Erwin Plagens, Marguerite Korbs, Olga Plagens, Willie Kretchmer
BAND, "CHILDRENS HAPPY DAY"
REMARKS ON WORK OF DEPARTMENTS - Miss Braatz and Miss Sommers
AWARDING OF 33 PRIZES - Mrs. Fairbanks
REMARKS BY COUNTY PRESIDENT - Mrs. F. J. Mielke of Ripon
9th GRADE POSTER: 1. Melvin Stellmacher, 2. Milton Patchett, 3. Mildruth Korth
9th GRADE ESSAYS: 1. Violet Baker, 2. Beatrice Frei, 3. Mabel Maas
7th AND 8th GRADE POSTERS: 1. Alex Zimmerman, 2. Marie Kunert, 3. Margaret Loeffler
7th AND 8th GRADE ESSAYS: 1. Agnes Spanske, 2. Marie Born, 3. Charles Kuehn
5th AND 6th GRADE ESSAYS: 1. Mildred Blank, 2. Loren Lieske, Katherine Kubel
5th AND 6th GRADE POSTERS: 1. Erwin Plagens, Katherine Schoeffler, 3. Mabel Born
3rd AND 4th GRADE POSTERS: 1. Lucille Toll, 2. Marion Henslin, 3. Link
5th AND 6th GRADE BOOKLETS: 1. (Tied) Loren Lieske, Mildred Blank, 2. Katherine Kubehl, 3. Katherine Schoeffel
4th GRADE BOOKLETS: 1. Lucille Toll, 2. Myrtle Link, 3. Marion Henslin
3rd GRADE BOOKLETS: 1. Lorraine Schmuhl, 2. Martha Kubehl, 3. James Riel
RURAL SCHOOL: MISS MARY DE VANEY, TEACHER, 7th AND 8th GRADE: 1. Rachael Fairbanks, 2. Arnold Bade, 3. Dorothy Whittemore
5th AND 6th GRADE: 1. Loma Knapp, Leona Sasada, 3. Clarence Schmuhl
3rd AND 4th GRADE: 1. 2. Louis Schure, 3. Norman Johnson
FINE PROGRAM IS GIVEN AT FAIRWATER, SCHOOL CHILDREN, BAND
AND LEGIONNAIRES TAKE PART MONDAY
Brandon Times, June 2, 1927
Daehn's Hall was filled to overflowing Monday morning when Memorial Day exercises were held there at 10 o'clock. School chidrend and band participated. The following program was given:
INVOCATION: Rev. Barnett
SONG, "MY VOW" 4th, 5th, 6th Grades
DIALOGUE "THOUGH WE ARE LITTLE BOYS" Primary boys
RED CROSS NURSE: Marion Henslin
RECITATION: "A PLEDGE" Annice Schouten
FLAG EXERCISE - Primary Grades
RECITATION 'THE MOTHER ON THE SIDEWALK" - Katherine Schoeffel
A TRIBUTE TO THE SOLDIERS - Primary Grades
RECITATION "FOR GRANDPA'S SAKE" - Florian Laper
FLAG DRILL - 4th, 5th, 6th Grades
RECITATION "UPON MEMORIAL DAY" - Mildred Blank
ORATION "UNKNOWN SOLDIER" - Milton Patchett
ADDRESS: Mr. Thiel
BAND MUSIC - FairWater Band
Exercises at the cemetery were in charge of the legion squad, assisted by school children, band and Rev. Barnett.