Clipped From The Eldora Herald-Ledger
Tigers following the regular und everything in the seneral demjnd pictuii 1 not a l i ( i d \ covered covered in the talk-, will be taken up at an im'oimul session at the close of the meeting no- grammc - room - Gifford By Mrs. Ralph Gunderson Gifford school started Monday, Sept 4. There are 18 pupils in each room Mrs. Gertrude Lawler is again teaching the primary room and Mrs Florence Kinney | Mr and Mrs. Dewey Estes returned returned to their home here Thursday Thursday after spending several days vaiutionmg in Mmnvsota ' Jctt, ji., with Mrs Gene Steel- Mis SUSH-Lepuly spent Thurs-| nun assisting hostess. There d.iv with Mr. and" Mrs Everett I w ere 13 memtwts jnd one I,i ploy i plesunt Kcpo'ts A en, mdde on Mi jnd Mis Gi'iu Stui'lman and babv daughter movid Tues- djy to the Jeiry Miller prupeity they leccntly puichdM-d Mr and Mis Hex Hackney and famih Tioved to the property vacated bv the Stcelmaris ' 1'ie expense of redtco'ating the church basement The hostesses J M i v e d a very p ' M t y nous lunch buffiH stvle. Mr and Mrs Edwin Palmer, who have spent the last two weeks in Canada, visited Mr and Mrs Glen Fagan Sunday. Mr and Mrs Verbn Hammer and family visited Sunday with Mr and Mrs Basil Dickenson and family The W. S C S of the Gifford Methodist church met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. George Hal- Mr. and Mrs. Roby Prim visited Wednesday with Mr and Mis Oren Chrisman TRACTOR IN CREEK Bill Schiltz of near Bancroft had a narrow escape recently when he ran his tractor into creek, falling some 25 feet into the water. As the machine tumbled down the bank, it rolled over Billy, causing two broken ribs.