april 16, 1914

There will be an exhibition of the work done by the high school students tomorrow and Saturday at the Masonic building to which everybody is invited. It will include work of the Domestic Science and Manual Training departments.

The big engine at the power plant has been put in shape and is in use again.

School kids will gather Friday for county athletic and literary contests. The athletic events will begin at the athletic grounds at 1:30. Burns will have seven athletes entered, Florence 10, Peabody 11, Lost Springs 8 and Marion 14. The literary contests will be in the evening at the auditorium and will consist of declamations and orations.

From Women’s Corner by Mrs. Homer Hoch — Potato-Beet Salad. Three large boiled potatoes, three small boiled beets, one large onion, three hard-boiled eggs, and one large dill pickle. All diced. Serve with mayonnaise dressing on lettuce leaves.

Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hoch, Miss Edna Hoch, Roscoe King, and Wallis Hoch heard the Messiah in Lindsborg last Sunday, making the trip by auto.

Mrs. John Sievers came from Bison last week to visit her daughter, Mrs. Gus Schmersey, and is now looking after the little grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Schmersey on Friday.

 

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