School: Granton Parent Teachers Meet (9 Jan 1935)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Zahradka, Rott, Johnson, Schmidtke, Knudtson, McLain, Rude
----Source: The Granton Herald (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) January 9, 1935
Granton Parent Teachers Meet (9 January 1935)
Monday evening at the Granton High School the parents and teachers met to discuss the topic of "The Library an Open Door to the Community."
The meeting was opened by the President, M. G. Zahradka. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, also the treasurers report was approved as read.
The next order of business was committee reports during which time Miss Rott gave a short address on the plans for organization of a Study Club, asking parents who were interested to meet in her room Tuesday, Jan. 15th at 3:30. The subject to be discussed will be "Do all Children Tease?"
Mr. Johnson reported that the Homecoming basketball game with Loyal will be this Thursday evening in the Opera House.
There was no unfinished business. The next Parent Teachers meeting will be held Feb. 4.
An announcement was made requesting executives to meet at the High School Jan. 15.
An announcement was read postponing The Woman’s Civic Club meeting until a week from this Wednesday, out of respect for their President, Mrs. Wm. Schmidtke.
The business meeting was then adjourned and the program chairman, Mrs. Knudtson took charge. She introduced as first speaker, Mrs. McLain. The subject of her topic was "How Important is a Child’s Reading?" The second speaker was Mrs. John Rude of Neillsville, a former librarian, who discussed the main topic "The Library an Open Door to the Community."
The entertainment committee then presented a "Quilt Pageant" by the West Fremont Homemakers, which was highly appreciated. Lastly, a lunch was served and a social time enjoyed. If you have not attended one of these Parent Teachers Get-together meetings, we feel it would be well worth your while.
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