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PAGE TEN THE NEWS, FREDERICKSBURG, IOWA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER SupenrisorsTroceedingt (Continued from page six) Brandt, J. C. Burmaster, Alma Beaver Harold benedict, W. H. Winnie Bravener, Kiel Bravener, R. G. Bierman, Louise Bishop, Ida M. Broadie, Mary A. Barker, Louise Countryman, Ralph Chase, Hazel E. Claphham, Margaret Conklin, S. T. Carey, Avery Dawson, Thos. Doty, Fred Degner, Pauline Drape, Henry F. Duenow, Matilda Davis, N. R. Douglas, Gertrude Drape, William Dayton, Flora B. Est. Ellis, Lillian M. Elliott, Earl Eygabroad, J. A. Ellsworth, H. H. Eygabroad, Clara Ellison, E A. Ellis, Esther L. Fay, Geo. H. Gitch, William Gitch, Henry J. Grahlman, Fred Gerstmeyer, J. L. Gardner, David Gitch, Gustave H. Green, John W. Griesert, Emalia Hartson, Virgil Herrick, W. G. Hagedorn, Albert Emma Hagedorn, L. C. Hinkley, Fred H. Hartson, Lillian Hadley, Winnie E. Jahnson, Albert Jackson, May B, Kerkhoff, Gerhard Kempin, AuRiast Karsten, Louisa Kerssen, H. S. Koerth, Otto Kammeyer, Mrs. Fred Kammeyer, Minnie Kilcher, John Lyman, O. J. Linderman, Maggie Dayton Lindcrman, Guy A. Pearl Leach, Henry J. Laabfl, A. W. Lad wig, C. A, Grace Moody, Howard Mayo, Fred J. Maitkc, Emma Mueller, William N. Morse, Kate Mikes, Charles Morgan, C. S. McCoy, N, V. Mayo, Earl Lillian Maitkc, Margaret Mikes, John Meier, Alien Morf, P. E. Moore, Jennie Marsh, Anna Mohiing. Louisa Mcior, H. A. Miller, Lizzie May Moody, Ethel George Niuman, W. H. Nicwochncr, H. F. Nour.se, D. B. O'Day, Cora A. Oil,, James Esther Parks, Minnie Pellon, Keuel G. Purely, Annie Pike, Mary Russell, L'. C. 2-3 Int. Kolins, Florence, A. Richardson, Ijcla Hich, Mildred liumiall, Albert, A. Uichman. Ida Spcicher, Kffa May Schmudlach, Maude Schuttc C. F. Schnuslein, William Swale. I- 1 . W. Snider, Alton G. Steege, Amelia Schulz, J. W. Scgcbarth, Mrs. Clara Soli", Marjorie Shufelt. Leslie R- Theresa Tcssmer, F. J. Trunkey, Lillian Thome, W. S. Taylor. Genevieve J. Triplett, C. W. Thorne, F. E. Upham, V. M. Unham, L. G. Von Doehran Louisa Van Doehran, Edward Wesp Sam B. Ward, John Wesn, Claude H. Whitnable. B. F. Wittier. Emile Weitenhagen. Frank Waggoner. Libbie Winkelmann, Emma Wesp. P. S. Weston, Martha Wisner, Hiram Wan-goner, Mabel Zoller, S. B. Dresden Township Ackley, Lottie B. Ackley, Ernest G. Budweg, Albert P. Bearman, Louis Biidweg, Ol.to Bierman, Herbert H. Bierman, Ed. Marie Burke. T. M. Belle Blanchard, Hattic Barker. Neil R. Burmaster, F. G. Barker, Lance G. Barker, Roy W. Burmaster, Roy Marjorie Burmasler, W. F, Burmaster, Sarah BiiriTiastcr. Albert Est. Budweg, Elizabeth Bearman, John P. Burgart, Clarence Carlson, Albert Drape, Herbert It Floy Drape, Henry Jr. Dense, Bemim Deffner, Frank Dettmw, Fr*d Dejrmr, Charles Cftbtree. Arl«y EDiaon. Claude Fdfcar. OOOTJPB Ekh, Albert French, Mvrrill Groentwrr. Richard Grtwert, Enril AMdrteh, L. GrfeMrt, Wn. Hagenbuck, W. J. Hartman, Henry Harms, W. F. Minnie Hanan, E. J. Hood, Moses.Jr. Justen, Frank F. Kerkhoff, Gerhardt Kerkhoff, John Kammeyer, Louis F. Karnatz, Otto Kammeyer, Henry F, Koeppe, Amil Kottke, Carl Mary Kammeyer, F. A. Kammeyer, Charlie Kalkbrenner, Robert E. J. Kalkbrenner, Elmer Kolthoff, W. H. Kammeyer, Ernest Marr, Frank S. McKee, Luther Morgan, S. N. Mattke, G. A. Mattke, Ed. R. McFarland, Don L. Niemeyer, Emma O'Day, M. Irene 3-4 Int. Petitt, C. H. Reiser, Fred Robrock, Fred Rehorst, H. A. Rochford, Michael Rowe, E. D. Russ, Clarence H. Schroeder, J. C. Stone, Fay D. Schurke, Amelia Steadman, C. R. Schroeder, Wm. Swanger, H. R. Sullivan, Maude Steege, Theo. J. Steege, Erna Westendorf Stephens, Geo. H. Stephen, W. F. Schutte, Julius F. Thayer, Kate Merle Wendt, Ernest. Richland Township Barrett, Julia Buhrow, L. E. Bellinger, W. L. Bower, Ervie B. Erase, Otto Bockhaus, Harry Bockhaus, August Bockhaus, Fred Blanchard, John M. Bailey, Paul J. Barber. H. J. Boice, T. R. Est. Banwell, Geo. 1-5 Int. Bennor, B, Castor, Perry A. Caswell. C. M. Dunlop, Omar H. Ed.son, C. H. Edson Owen R. Yetta Kckcnrod, Mary M. Ktter, J. J. EdKon, Earl H. Leota Ficno. Geo. Frost, J. H. Feuchtwanger, Bert Fcuchlwanjjer. Ed. Fenneman, Ed. Fenneman, E. R. Gan.schow, Ernest L. Lina Ganschow, Norberl W. Grove, Ahner Gerluch. Ed. Harni.sch, H. J. Han.son, Clarence W. Hicks, Esther E. Hall, A. M. J. J. Hanson. Mrs. Glen H. Harris, Moll Hassman, Carl Hassman, Carl Hartman, Walter Klinhart, John Krugei', Carl Krekluu, F. W. Kunz, Mary Ela!. Krienke, Landolph Laydon, Ina Lanjie, J. L. Marr, F. R. MeCrackcn, Robert McCracken, Margaret Mcllroy, Janette B. H. C. Martin, Arthur Carol Peterson, Amos C. Pierson, Geo. L. Ransom, H. C. Kitty C. Uahlf. Chris Schmidt, Carl H. Schneider, Albert Sheldon, Frank Silber, Eithel Sims Silas Mary Stephens, R. E. Esther Taylor, Susie Tucker, W. E. Bradford Township Allen, Mary A. Barker, S. W. Boerschel, Frank Boice, R. H. Becker, Henry H. Bullen, O. A. Baldwin, J. M. Bean, Mary Boeck, Leo A. Lenore Brookins, A. W. Boeek, Otto H. Bird, Lucia V. Barlow, Grant Beck, J. B. Bolam, John Conley, John Carle, H. 0. Cook, H. W. Coates, L. D. Cowley, L. Maude Cook. C. V. Etter, John Freeburg. C. M. Frost, Dale Myrtie Felcher, Juanita 1-3 Int. Fisher, G. A. French, C. D. Ferguson, Chas. H. Goodell, Asa A. Clara Harnisch, Mary W. G. Huffman, John Clarence Hamilton C. B. Grace Hammond. S. L. Harned, H. W. Est. Harned, Flossie Hauser. Theobald Hunt, Roy Johnson, Arthur Jones, Jessie M. Jermeier, Frank Juhl, A. B. Kukhon. Geo. F. Knapp, Eva L. Krumrev, Reinhault Kraft. Geo. R. Est, Longhorn. Thomas E. Ligget, Thomas A. Lvnch, Glen Etal 1-4 Int. Lindsley. E. L. A Iva Ruth Meyer, G. J. Ma*w. S. M. MoG-ath, Dan J. Jr. Osterman. Lucv IVtemon. C»H Jr. Peterson, Carl A Eva PiersoD, Guy A. Plantz, Jos. M. Pitz, Frank Peterson, Bartlet E. Pierce, W. F. Peterson, Byron B. Doris Prouty, A. L. Prudhon, Julia Prudhon, Louis F. Pahnisch, Albert Riddell, A. V. Smith, Thos. L. Schultz, Selina Sudol, Ethel M. Chadwick Sargent, Floyd Schneider, Jos. Schultz, Charles 0. Schultz, Albert J. A. Schultz, Peter Schilling, Albert J. Smith, James H. Stephens, Anna Sinnwell, John N. Swinton, Nellie A, Strawson, Henry Tracy, Elmer E. Usher, Wm. Van Gorder, Rueben Vohsman, Theo. Wolf, M. J. Weiss. Will Whitish, Wm. Waite, Lora A. Wright, Fred M. Walsh, Jerome Yunker, Mary Zwanziger, Chas. Zwansiger, Wm. Jr. Nashua Corporation Ames, C. H., Est. Averhoff, Wm. Marie Anderson, Nellie Adams, Emaline Ableiter, Laurel V. A. E. Ames, Mellissa Allison, B. E. Barrett, Jessie Weeks Bigelow, Lulu May Bucheister, Cecil Bean, David Banwell, Roy ·Bellamy. S. B. Brown, F. G. Barrett, Elizabeth Brown, H. M. Bellamy, James B. Beatty John Emma Bloom, J. I. Estella Bonzer, Peter Baumbach. E. C. Butler, Myron D. Banwell, Godfrey Butler, Ina L. Bocrschel, Arthur Blanchard, Otis Blanchard, Millard Bloom, Marie E. Barr, Louise Bean, Andy Biekcrt, Jacob Bork, Lloyd Bloom, Norton Bui Inn, L. P. Becker, Lulu Pearl Busching, Carl Leona Banwell, Mary Blanchard. Edith L. Ballzer, Viola J. Colby, Lloyd Vera Mae Chandler, Marvlyn Conco, Anna Dickman Cortwright, Harry Cajrlcy, Eva May Ciampitt, Alice Coffman, Bertha M. Crapscr, Ina Christensen, Coral E. Cagley, Roy L. Curtis, Nellie M. Crooks, Mae O. Cross, Charles Cross, Evelyn Carey, Mrs. W. H. Demro, Nina L. Dcmro, Paul Diet?., Anna Demro, Carl F. Dann, Lillian May Demro, Lena Davidson, Estella Dowd, W. A. Dowd, W. A. Josephine DuBois, Harry F. Dixon, S. Alice Ernwine, C. H. Emmons, Maude Eastman, Fannie Ellison, G. E. Fangman, Anna C. Ficne, F. W. Myrtie Flint, Alvin W. Franklin, Laura R. Lacoy, S. Grawe, B. B. Cleo Gogg, S. J. Goodale, Jennie M. Goodsell, Robert J. Goodsell. Hugh C. Gogg, Florence Green, Charles E. Hill, A. E. Hultz, Leona Hanneman, Frank D. Hannaman, Chas. Hamm, Rose Hanson, Hans Hollar, Sarah Huffman, G. G. Hollenbeck, Adele Harrison, L. E. Haag, John Hall, Emma Harrison, W. F. Hurst, Howard Howard, Clara J. Howard, Maude Hagen, Anna Johnson, May D. Jepson, Simon Johnson, C. A. Etta Kukhon, Geo. F. Kepple, M. A. Harriet M. Knight. Emma Kout, Lorraine E. Kehe, Werner C. Kreuger, Donald Elva Kitchen, Mary Knight, C. H. Mae Keller, Hattie Klinhart. W. M. Kunz, Henry Emma Lundt. Laura T. Ligget, Mary E. Latige, C. W. Anna Luhring, Helen Laird. J. J. Levering, Nels A Martha Lindouist. J, P. Zoe E. Lawrie, W. H. Lavton, Margaret Lichtenstein, Lydia Leaman, Emma, W. A. D. I-ai-Kon, Hans Mellineer, Galen Mend, Emma Miller, Franklin A. Milter. P. B. A Uttie Mnckaten, William Miller. A»na M. Malloy. Minnie Mors*. G. D. A A. S. M*Min«*r, Pearl Martin, Kathryn * W. P. Meyer, Walter A. Moine, Fred Moorehouse, Helen Miller, Kathryn Mundfrom, Mary ' Meier, Hazel Massee, Rena McGregor, Nellie McCulloch, Elizabeth McMahon, Katherine McCue, Myrtle ' McGregor, Grace McDannell, J. Nafus, Mira J. Nafus, R. A. Notten, R. M. Mary E. Nafus, J. F. Daphne Noble, Gladys Nelson, W. R. Nichol, J. J. Notten, Edith Nelson, A. E. .. Norman, M. B. O'Donnell, Stella Oleson, Albert A. Paschke, Mabel Prudhon, Francis Anna Prudhon, W. M. Prudhon, Beatrice Herbert Pierce, Nettie C. Pierce, Elizabeth Plant, Earl Putney, Helen R. Peterson, Chris Pierson, Maude Peterson, Marie Miller Pierson, W. E. Peterson, Peter J. Peterson, Robert Pahnisch, Emma Robinson, Geo. F. Reubenhagen, Emma Roberts, Hazel Bigelow 1-3 Int. Rawlins, Carrie L Rohde, Clara E. RigffS, Minnie A. Reubenhagen, T. C. Scoles, R. H. Scoles, Minnie Savener, Chris Stuelke, R. H. Scheu, H. C. Stuart, Grace B. Staley, R. D. Sheldon, Julia Scoles. Roy Bessie Shufelt, L. R. Short, Mildred Smith, Luna E. Staley, Ethel G. Scott, Ada E. Stocks, Nina Stevens Schaliock, Charles L. Strike, Harold Scoles, Glen Smith, Hazel Parks Smith, Fannie S. Simerson, Sylvia Schneider, Jos. Sr. Strike. W. H. Nellie Smith, Maude M. Speedlinn, S. D. Ina Smith, Claudia Strike, H. L). Avis Shannon, Harvey A. Specdliiig, Ida Schultz, Lena Tunpor, Sherman E. Tegelcr, Alois Thompson, Ellen Tucker, Howard Temple, Helen Taylor, Edwin B. Cora A. Troutner. A. M. Troutner, Tessie Vanston. Helen Marie Van Klcock, Glenn Van Gorder, Herbert Waite, R. R. W.vlum, Katherine Wait, Allen Josephine Whilson, Harriet Stobaugh Whealon, J. B. Wright, Cora A. Wait, Alpha Winters, Nina May Waite, W. B. Wait, Osgood Walhh, Goo. J. Went worth, Mary R. Wcdemcyer, Geo. L. Wailc, U. B, Watson, Alma May Wcdo.meyer, Katherino Wick, H.I. Wagner, Stephen Walsh, Clark F. Yarger, Cclinda Young, Myrtle A. SCHOOL NOTES (Continued from first page) Third and Fourth Grades Patsy Lou JBenz is the first one to return her yellow Dental card. Who will be next? Verne Babcock was the only one n the third grade to get 100 percent n Spelling last Friday. Those in the 'ourth grade who had perfect papers were: Maxine Carpenter, Betty Jean thurchill, Beulah Moody, Beverly ieleman, Algina Slick and Margaret Thome. Two more pupils, Maxine Shaffer ind Logan Ryun, both of Sioux lapids, enrolled in the fourth grade londay morning. This makes the 'ourth grade a total of 19, and the otal of our room 27. Our Visit to a Lumber Saw At two thirty Tuesday September 14, Miss Dayton said we might go to ee a lumber saw working. We walked southeast from the schoolhouse, hen east to Herman Mattke's. Here we crossed the road to the south remembering to look both ways for oncoming cars. We then walked south until we could see the lumber saw ·which was in Malzahn's woods. We were just in time to see the men put a new log on the saw. The log was heavy so a man rolled it with a queer tool, which he told us was called a "cant hook." We thought it hould be called a "can hook." When the log was in place a man astened it firmly with a clamp, anther man moved a lever, and the moved slowly to the saw blade The blade was like a larg* wheel with harp teeth all around it One of the men showed u» on* of the tteth which i* said were changed when dull or worn out. First th« bark WM sawed off in long strips. Then It w*i off from one R U G G L Super Food Values Tru-Val-U Coffee £ 19c Jersey Cream £* I.? $1.59 2 Lb. Box Soda Crackers, California Prunes, Ib. Cookies, [" OXYDOL Blue Rose Rice, 3 IBs. Mustard, Q j aa , rt Fruit Jars ££ . Brown Sugar, 3 Ibs. Bananas, 4 Ibs. 19c 5c 19c 19c 19c 15c 69c 25c Small Onions, 10 Ibs. 19c side, the men turned the log and sawed a strip off another side. As the strips of hark were taken off another man carried them away and piled them. Then the rest of the log was sawed into boards by running it through thu saw several timc.i. We noticed that ihcy made several sizes, according to the shape and size of the Jog. The power was furnished by a large gasoline engine, which WH-; connected to the saw by a wide belt. We noticed whore water was circulating in the enj^ino.. We think it helped to keep the engine cool. On the oast .side of the saw was a sawdust carrier and a big pile of ;':iwdu.st. A gasoline truck was delivering gasoline; to be used in the engine and tractor. The tractor was used to hsiul from a distance. We enjoyed this little trip and now when we study about sawing lumber we will understand our story better. --o--· Fifth and SixlU GraUcs The new fish aquarium in the fifth and sixth grades has added ornamentation to the room. The boys and girls are groaUy enthused about the color ami motion of tlio fish. A perfect spelling record was made] by the following: Fifth Grade -- Mildred A me, Valc- da Winkelman, Rollis Snider, Vivian Leach, Paul Klotz, James Mayo, Richard Gray, Joyce Upham, and Elaine Rowe. Sixth Grade -- Rose Marie Thorne, Betty Slick, Leola. Whitnable ami Evelyn Beaver. Donovan Kelly and Evelyn Ryun j are new sludcnLs in sixth grade. The grade enrollment is now 22. Seventh and Eighth Grades Our enrollment has increased to 22 Monday when Bobby Butler enrolled in the seventh grad-e. The grades are equally divided. The eighth (Trade memorized and illustrated "To a Waterfowl" by Wm. C. Bryant for part of their Lilrratun. 1 work lasl week. The seventh f^radr did the ramo will; "The Samlpipur'' by Celiu Thaxter. Those who have hail perfect .spelling sn far this year aw: Eighth jrracli 1 Joyce Kcnz, Dolores Dutchcr, Ethel Mattlw and Kenneth Uplunn. Seventh jjrade: Evelyn Johuson, Robert Hewitt, Robert IWallke, Kvel-Jn lladley, Kosella Nul.sori, Dale Rowand Donald Sieleman. --o-Mutual It was Timothy's first day aL school J l o walked up to the teacher's desk and announced: "1 aint got no nt'nci!" ·Shucked :ii his expression, the teacher exclaimed. "Oh Timothy, I have no pencil." A sympathetic look crossed the small boy's face, and he replied: "Yau aint' either? Well, we're both in the sumo 'fix." --o-Time lo Weep A Frenchmman was learning English. IT; had mastered the varieties presented by such words as "thought" "bouth," "tough," and so on, and thought that he was making good progress. Walking along the Slraiid in Lon-" don, he .saw a poster reading, "Cavl- cade --Pronounced Success." Overwhelmed, the Frenchman burst into tears. Judge Socks on Looks . . . T H A T ' S W H A T W H E N y o u W E A R T H in Rollins Socks, appearances are not deceiving. T h e y l o o k good w h e n you're deciding between the different patterns--and t h e y l o o k good w h e n you've got them on. It's the way they fit Knit to size and fashioned to the foot, Rollins Socks are trim from toe to top--and stay that way. 25c and 35c a Pair rs cn STORE "A Good Place to Trade" : Phone 42:

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