Hubert west March 3, 1932
VOL. XLIII. NO. 38 News Over the County '•• NEIBO NEIGHBORHOOD * (By Myrna Cosgrove) Miss Ruth and Helen Knox enter- gained the Altrusa Club Thursday * Robert Leasure spent Saturday in Des Moines with his grand mother, Mrs. G. E. Lausure. Mr. and Mrs. James Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Gilford and Nettie Avise, called at Wm. Shivers Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ora West and Hubert, visited at Ben West's Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oglevie and daughter Norma Jean, spent Sunday at the J. P. Oglevie home. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Clay and Katherine Davis spent the week end at Earlham with the J. E. Clay family. Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Knox and Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. West attended the Farm Bureau plays given at the Jewish Community Center, Center, Saturday evening. Marvin Shivers and wife and sister, Wilda Anderson, called at the Wm. Shivers home and went to Carlisle in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Loveless and Charles Harvey visited in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Clair Harris, Monday Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harvey visited in Des Moines with their daughter Mrs. H. W. Cook. Clarence Stewart and family spent Sunday at Oro West's. Mary Oglevie spent the week end in Altoona with her grand mother, Mrs. Harriet Heller. Katherine Davis returned -to work Monday after being out on account of sickness for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitesel called at the J. A. Knox home Sunday. Pauline Oglevie spent Wednesday evening 1 at the Joe Oglevie home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis and Katherine Katherine spent Friday at Cblfax, with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clay. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Knox called on Mr. and Mrs. B. F. West Wednesday of last week. " Callers at the J. A. Cosgrove home Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson and son Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rawlins and daughter daughter Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burgum Burgum and daughters Marjorie, Wilou and Dorothy Loveless and Ruby Harris. Harris. School Notes Hubert West, Leonard Knox, Myrna Cosgrove, Bernard Knox, Corvus Knox Wayne Shivers and Glenn. Meacham have neither been absent nor tardy from school the past six months. They received their second three months certificate Friday. The General Lessons class will begin begin a farm project in the sandtable this week. Leonard Knox, Hubert West, Louise Shivers, Wayne Shivers and Myrna Cosgrove had perfect spelling records last week. Too Late For Last Week Frank and Randal Herweh spent Thursday at Glen Walker's. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Keiran and family family of Des Moines, were visiting with .Mrs. Keiran's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Casner, Sunday evening. Mary Oglevie spent the week end in 'Des Moinea with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Deyles. i Rev. Hastie took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knox and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker and Vivian called at the Ernest Leasure ihome Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Westley Loveless visited visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eiza Casner. i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Qgelvie visited at the Joe Ogelvie home Sunday afternoon. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walker and daughter Vivian spent Sunday at ihe Clarence Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Casner, spent Monday afternoon at the Elza Casner home. School Notes We were happy 1 to hear that our eighth grade pupils, Hubert West, ^Leonard Knox and Robert Leasure .passed their February examinations. Those with perfect spelling records t week were' Bobby Brundige, yne Shivers, Myrna Cosgrove, Rob"Leasure Rob"Leasure and Leonard Knox. We had our Washington picture framed and hung in our room. Frankie Carter attended P. T. A. County Council luncheon at Hotel Kirkwood Saturday noon. Louise Shivers was absent from school all last week on account of sickness. Robert Leasure 'and Dale Measure also missed one day. We are ;very sorry Louise and, Rob$rt had to 'V •' lose their perfect attendance record, '* as neither one of them had missed be- 'fore.