"f *;Â· ILLOGG .KELLOGG, IOWA, FRIDÂ£ Audience lusic and gures. 3 benefi t Â· i t ~~coti f ers jpy themselves dil uirement of useful laya of their yoath hgir__Â»na,nhooa^^nd knowledge to "the a of their respective tor, their country, nd themselves, so ey may enjoy the nsequent on. a well (dock the program by the Kellogg cor by a fervent invoca Robinson, pastor of ones followed with -a call ine attention" to re being mode upon d young women o f bey must be men of the mental facul Hence the neces )1 buildings, better,. ter. methods iof iac- j to the end thai equipped for tin. es of life He pro uildingamodel and tited to the demands fore talcing hU seat . Craven, a membui cation, as cha'rman Icing the chair re- le honor conferred o new~building, itb to.; and assured tho the erection of the id done what It coolie bett intweattof TERPRI5E. -NO 40 brief addies-, She Writhe new building and h ulatid the people of .to* pos a eÂ«'-iiii of so val and a buildup -o iidm the .requirements of school purposes. Miss tbusiaÂ»tic worker for of our rural sohooU much of her time to ment f.ivorable to 1 building and grounds othoi waya is doing be? elevate the already hlgh- scbolaiship which obi Pi of WormtyTMoTlh: College and Prof tows. College Academy. JelÂ» Plan* were drawn by Liebbe, Nourse RaunuMen, architects, DIB Moines, Iowa. The contractors were Charles Bobzin and W. B Foster of the firm of Bobcin Foster, Kellogg. ,, They in turn sub-let stooe, brick and'plaster- tag to R. G. Coutt* of Grinnell. The mason, work wa done under the super vision of the Contractor by a force of skilled artisaBp from Grinnell and Kellogg. The"carpenter work was executed under the personal supervision of Messrs BobzTn Foster, by Kellogg mechanics and, as to the character .of work, the building itself speaks In totfl post of Uw building and r, sir**- Â«*Â·Â·*Â» to-day, is prevented the build lent school district B., KOSXKTC. 'est was the next ist- was oiio of thf ig come here short is platted.. KoflogJ i n g . n t that time. iOol bui.idtng'etvct- cd during the full of Â·opra''."structure and taught by ,i. H; F. ). -Mitny: t h o u g h t too : largo at that y tho population of and it;was riot long ool house was too te tho pupils. One. lifter anotlicr..unl'll i frame ,-truclurCj i;d b- lire uliout'ir i erected iiml dedi- of. education: The ie felt proud oM.lie g, uroiind. which rccious memories.' ho earnest efl'orls ichors of byo-gonc minoncc to which' have risen in llic Ho oulnol/ed .the of education, 'antT.' lembers havo ppr- srlftcing labor than r* since the district minted with pride M a crowning ream! well directed our county super- tent and made a _ . kaately Â§13 m PUBLIC SCHOOLS. made able, earnest, in struetivu addresses, ltÂ»eÂ», which were Ii*teBÂ«i The building occupies an ideal site on the summit ol the bill, overlooking th* town, aa4 from whkth an MtchanV order which This singing of "^nerloa," in UÂ« audience jblkÂ«i fallowed with mublc by "the cornet tfand brought tho f \orcises of the cveaihgtoaolosje THE BUILDING, j, TJio basement of the build,'if Is of Earlham and Le Grand! limotCfne, the walls above the bnsemobti'aroi|Sf:fpres; sed brick. Tho outsido :tnea ; ^remeni8 Â·height height. avesi';44". ^thfrom Tl feet; of. the structure is 76x50 ;ioe! from grade line t6eaves^34fei of .tower from grade line to- i feet; roof of. tower, 11 feet; he: grade 'line to to top of Hag pol The Huiiaihg above tho" divided into six recitation roo|nii : .'iiup- e'rin tendent's office, two cqrrijoriicaod six wardrobes. In. the baaemijat Hit located a , modern"; steam ' heatijlfj plant; put 'In by the- Olturawa 'Â·HeÂ»tiÂ»if:':.ooin pany. : ; "'. i:. ' : . , ;. ;Â·'.- Â·:-:., ". ; ;,:'i||5;.-,;'v On the first llooi- are two rooms 23x32 feot/ohe 10x18 feet; vestibule wurdrobes"8xl4 feet... Â·^,rf'i The second floor" contains tations rooms 23x32" ; foiit,".ojie-735x21 feet? corridor' 1 18x30. -feet aBd^-^bred wardrobes 8x14 feet;"!, " The .w]iod work of the interior is yellow pine 'flnlrted in. natural wood. The plMUtflnjr is Â·what is known as tho Mad IIn't* qimntity of material entering I construction of the' structure; sUnlially as fqllowif: v ; ; - The nto the !Â· Nb- Twenty car load* of loads of sand, 1 ear toad rock, 15 Â«ar of hi r* wall plaster, SM),000 brick and SO.OW 1 'Â·**. of, JI^.. j. _j. j.1 _ _ . . 1 1. _ _ - ' ' ! - . . ' , ' dimennion lumber. all direotloaa of the com puss. With the expenditure of a little time and money the school ground could be made a charming spot and a source of pride to the town and district. Altogether tho now school 'building IB a credit to the district as well as Â» standing advertisement of: the bkill displayed by the contractors and build- .The board of education are: : ~ '.;E'red Bobzin, President, Â£-H.8.Roth, ; , Â· . . " ' " ' - Â· Â· '. '. "." ;'; J.'E. Craven,: Â· ' Â· " . . " , " =!. Hugh Thorp; . v ... .';. L. Ei:Simpson, . . . " C;T. Powers, Decretory, Jos. Braley, Treasurer: " The present teachers are: . Room No, 6, Supt. Herbert E. Jones. Room No; 4, Mrs. James Powers. Room No. 3, M las Bertha Cr-iiven. .Room No. 2, MiÂ»8 Effie Clause n. Room No. 1, Miss Emma Bobxin. Janitor, Lewis Block. THE KELLOGG PUBLIC SCHOOLS. KELLOGG, IOWA, JAN. 30,1908. To the Board of Education:-'GENTLEMEN:., I herewith submit report of the Kellogg Schools for the month ending January 30: ... Enrollment for month 133 : : .Average daily attendance. ."..122.85 '' Average membership..'.... .. .126 55 Per cent of punctuality..:; ... 97. 8 Per cent of Attendance. 97 .+ Neither tardy noi'absont 72 Cases of tardiness?.. 48 .: " "HERBERT E. JONKS, .' , ' Suporintendont. ROOM NO. 1. G R A U E l . . GKADK 1. , Davlb Anderson Gertie Anderson Harold Blosser Gladys Bruloy Leslie Burke ; Elsie Cruvon Myrtle Holdsworth Vernon Craven Lory Johnson Eva Foster Earl Jorgenson Oracle Holdsworth Forest Lemke Niel Hewitt Milo Lemke Leota Lovolaco Jay Meyers Herman Mad sen. Maxwell Moberly Mary Roth Rusooll Mortenson Donnio Raymond Gretchon Saum Mack Reed Floaty VandoventerLelaSaura Morlyn Vandeventcr Â· Netty Vandeventer ", . .GRADE. 2 . : ' ' ' Â· . Merle Craven Herbert Day Earl Falrcloth Albln Johamn Bertie Llpdberg Max Ma Cllflofd Meyer Morlyo Thorpe Nets Anderson . Eater Devoro Gertie Hjortbolra Â·Opal Lomke ' . "Aoarn Leach Mary MortenMn ' RoteRewd " DiokHubbard : ROOM NO. 2. CRADK 3. Martha Anderson Alfred Anderson Clara Reichelt Roes Lemke Kenneth West Alma Clausen Hazel Simpson Winifred Morris ' Sopha Mad sen Earl Powers Katie Allum Glenn Coutta Floyd Roeeman "Hazel Jorgenaon. Edith Hill Byard Craven. -. -QBADE4. I y Orvil'e Raymond Freddie Anderson % Parnell HoldÂ»wortb Mildred Burke Laura Vandeventar Joeie-myths ? 'X - OBADKfi. *^ -, ^ WillfreclMorrU EarlSherma* Bert MyÂ«N "- Omar Parml^f^ , Oscar Parmley -. Magda OlefM Amber Boat Barry HoldÂ»onli ROOM 3 **- t Floyd Reed Ella Oleaon Hannah Anderson Orpha Alford George Clausen " Carl Anderson Nat Johnson ^sS. ~t. i^ i \ GRADE 7 Velma Rowland Effie Llndberg Harry Reed - ' Mary Conard Fannie Blytbe Effie Parmley Vent Quaiotance Bertie Morris Polk Burk ROOM 4 GRADE 8 Le Moyne Blosser Earl Morris E h t l Miller Hannah Anderson Myrtle Moody , Carl Buck Ermin Powers Charlie Simpson GRADE 9 Marthj. Andersen Lulu Sherman ' Elvyn Miller Fred Bob/in Sophia Appel Minnie Johnson Lory Lindtorg Frankie Hackett \ROOM5 GIUDE 10 Otto Buden L-lia Brelsford Zpla Cravon Hill Craven * LI I lie Foster Claire Hinshaw Alma Holdsworth Iiiy Lindberg EdithOlaoMB Charles Simpson Lotto Thorp John GRADE H Arthur Braley Ella Bobzin Oscar Boden Kverett Cohard Earnest Martin Carrie Blythe Clem Bleakney Halite Boyle Harve Morgan Artye Philliys" JCrrCBSON DAY BANQUET. 'Arrangement have been completed for tho celebration of Jefferson, day -by the democrats of Iowa OL April 2, 190.'!, at Des Moines. Following'Is the program": ' ' Â· Â· - Tostmaster--Hon. Walt. H. Butler. "Americanism"--Chas. O. Holly Des Moines. - ; " - "ThePlutocracj"--J. J. Shea,-Coun- :i'l Bluffs. ' Â·.- . "Imperialism"--J. B. Sullivan, Creston.;- . The Declaration of Independence"-O. P. Myers, Newton. : "The Monroe;Doctrine"-Cftto Sells, Vinton. .: , "Thomas Jefferson"--Gen James B. Weaver, Colfax. ' ' : - ' Â· Â· Â· "Tho Democracy"--W. J. Bryan. I have used Chamberlain's ' Cough Remedy for a number of years'and have no hesitancy in saying that it is. the best remedy for coughs,-colds and croup I have ever used in my family. I have not words to express ray confidence in this remedy.--Mrs. J/ A. Moore, North Star, Mich. For sale by ' W. W. Hollingsworth Co. VALtNTINCS. The Department Store will have on display tomorrow (Saturday) an elegant ino of new Valentines. We have no old stock. Everything new and up- to-date. Call and see them , and make your selections. . MARRIAGE LICENSES. Â£. E. Blackwood, Mintic B. Oldham. Viol Wurd, Anna Lester. . Robert G- Sparks, Lila M. Hoover. Elmer Lust, Bessie Jarnagin Chester A. Espy, Margaret Thompson. The scratch of a pin may cause tho oss of a limb or even death when blood wisoning results from the injury. All danger of this may ho avoided however y promptly providing Pain Balm. It x-nn antiseptic and quick homling liniment for cuts,'bruises and burn*. ' For sale by W^. W. HolHngsworth Co. . Jr. John W. Haaohar, prtsidont -of the Iowa Woslyan Ualvenity will -give his popular tactura "The Real Boy'.' at thebpÂ«rÂ» bouse Friday a If ht, Feb. 20. AdmlMion 29 ocnts, " Â·-if -Â·,Â» Â·u" NEWSPAPER!
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