News: Neillsville - High School Notes (1914)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Schultz, Brameld, Bruley, Eppling, Tragsdorf, Jackson, Forman, Rood, Omart, Roycraft, Stevenson, MacDonald

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/12/1914

High School Notes (12 NOV 1914)

Alvin Schultz entered school Monday, taking post-graduate work in the Commercial Department.

The Sophomore boys were entertained at the home of Raymond Brameld Tuesday evening.

The Short Course begins next Monday morning and continues eighteen weeks. A large number have registered for this work and it is necessary to add another row of seats to the assembly room.

Last Friday evening the Night-in-gales enjoyed their first social evening, and although several of the birds were not able to attend, the remainder of the flock flew about and had a most enjoyable time. They were first entertained in the assembly room where all joined in many appropriate games. From here they were escorted to the domestic science room where delicious refreshments were served by the committee, Marie Bruley, Lillian Eppling, Edna Tragsdorf, Esther Jackson, and Isadora Forman. Mesdames Rood and Omart and Miss Roycroft were appointed honorary members of the flock. The committee is to be congratulated and it is hoped that other social evenings will prove as successful as the first.

Mr. Stevenson visited his family at La Crosse Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. Rood and Miss MacDonald were in attendance at the State Teachers’ Convention Thursday and Friday.

Don’t forget the great lecture on Radium, Liquid Air and Wireless Telegraphy at the high school auditorium Thursday evening. This lecture has been secured by the students of the high school and it is hoped that there will be a large attendance.



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