School: Seif -
Blackberry School (7 Oct. 1937)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Volk, Reider, Pozega, Henkel, Dunning, Mcmillan, Seif, Bodwin, Mathey, Asplin, Humbolt, Lange, Walker, Griep, Sapiega, Perushek, Hendrickson
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 7 Oct. 1937
Blackberry school News Town of Seif
Vistors during the first month of school were Albert Volk, Catherine Reider, Christine Pozega, Walter Henkel, Blanche Dunning, Mr. and Mrs. W. McMillan, Mrs. John Seif, Mrs. Bertha Bodwin, Art Manthey, Chas. Asplin who is treasurer of Hewettville School, Emil Hemkel, our school clerk and Lyle Humbolt, our school treasurer.
A new mail box, a daily paper an organ, a new book case, constructed by Art Manthey, a set of new library books, two new school zone signs, clothes-hooks, new maps and globe, and other things were provided by the school board, and storage room enlarge.
Many thanks are extended to Mrs. Lange, Mr. Henkel and Mr. Humbolt for their co-operation.
Our Iodine Tablet Crusade went over 100 per cent. How’s that?
Have you a deer in your home or school? We have! Yes folks, a real deer.
Many interesting charts posted in our room. Pupils ranking highest in the cleanliness are Harold Walker and Lillian Pozega. Only five pupils have been absent during the first month, Elmer, Doreen and Dale Griep, Allen Sapiega and Tony Perushek.
A very interesting letter was received from La Verne Hendrickson who is a teacher at the Requa School in Jackson County.
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