Lois Buckley spelling bee--16 March 1939

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Lois Buckley spelling bee--16 March 1939 - More Schools fe Area Submit Spellers' Names...
More Schools fe Area Submit Spellers' Names .Wilton and Ata'.issa grade schools today had submitted the names of their representatives in the annual Muscatine county spelling contest, scheduled Tor Saturday morning and afternoon at the Muscatine high school auditorium, auditorium, at.the office of County Supi E. D. Bradley. Norma Schneider, Marie Schneider and Ramona Kanoff compose the line-up for Wilton, with Leo Walters as alternate, while Atalissa will be, represented represented by Dorothy Wolf, Ronald Schafnit and Marilyn Wolf, with Leo Sterner as alternate. Names of spellers for additional additional rural schools are as follows: North Star—William Hartnett snd Donald Warner. Oak Grove—Maxine Davis and « hyllis Shield, Ruth Herlein alter- ate. Star—Doris Eichelberger and Morris Hoopes, Melvin Brus alternate. alternate. Union No. 5_Phy!lis Ziegenhorn Ziegenhorn and Phyllis Coder, Shirley Foster alternate. Oak Hill — Beatrice Birkhofer Birkhofer and Nevin Birkhofer. Cedar Valley—Alice McConnaha McConnaha and Laura HOEg. Moscow independent — Opal House • and Francis Thompson, Goldie Coss alternate. Brockway—Darrell Yocum. Adams—Lois Buckley and William William Hollenbeck, lola Bixby alternate. alternate. Buffalo Bluff—Margaret Hahn and Eugene Smith, Darline Brenneman Brenneman alternate. Willow Grove—Donald Rathjen Rathjen and Roger Hanft. . High Prairie—Doyle Martin, Edward, Eichelbergsr alternate. Burr Oak—Wayne Carter and Shirley McBrid.3, Harold Cunningham Cunningham alternate. FederalHi 11—Edward Berry, Siloam—Wihna Vogel and Teresa Herring. * Sunnysidc—Burton Collier and Muriel Collier. Penn Avenue—Twila Van Horn and Rodney Hadley, Grace Phelps alternate. Independence—Leighton Passmore. Passmore. Pine Mill—Ruth Kemper and Mary Kemper, Ruth Seyd-el alternate. alternate. Center Grove—Shirley Jean Eohnsack. Prairie—Bernice Nielsen and Erraa Schlapkohl, Mildred Paulsen Paulsen alternate. Mrs. Nicewanner of Near Durant Host at Society Meeting Pleasant Prairie—The Pleasant Prairie Ladies' Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Floyd Nicewan- ner, of near Durant, Tuesday- Piecing quilts and other -needlework -needlework occupied the afternoon. Plans were made to clean the ; church Tuesday, March 21. An all | day meeting will be held with a potluck dinner. Each one is requested requested to bring table service. The following will be in charge: Chairman, Mrs. Fonda Egel; Mrs. Matilda Kretschmar, Mrs. Mary- Paul. Those present were Mrs. Anna Schroeder, Mrs. Alice Pickering, Mrs. Minnie Egel, ?.nd Kenneth, Mrs. Mary Paul, Mrs. Dorothy Hermann and Dolores, Mrs, Matilda Matilda Kretschmar, Mrs. Margaret Angel, Mrs. Elta Jenkins, Mrs. Ella Eis and Elna, Mrs. Anna Mae Hermann. Rev. B. F. Pickering, Mrs. Alvina Duge, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Drumn, of Muscatine. Muscatine. Mrs. H. Sorenscn and Mrs. E. Grant ar.d daughter of Durant were special guests. Mrs. Nice- wanner, the hostess, served a two course luncheon at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be I March 28 with Mrs. Katherine| Grimm as hostess. Wunderlichs Hosts at Dinner Party Pleasant Prairie—Mr. and Mrs. William Wunderlich entertained a group of friends and relatives at a dinner at their home Monday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bujewski, Mary and Marcella, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Albert Kemper, Mr. and Mrs. Henry

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  1. The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune,
  2. 16 Mar 1939, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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