Warner Township

Clark County, Wisconsin

Greenwood Gleaner Clippings for Braun Settlement

Transcribed by Duane Horn

December 6, 1934

Braun Settlement School is closed this week, the teacher, Harry Liebzeit is hunting.

December 20, 1934

Christmas program at Braun Settlement

December 25, at 7:30 P.M.


Scripture Reading and Prayer


A Christian Engineer - Glen Horn

Happy Welcome - Bobby Horn

A Welcome - Dale Metcalf

A Friendly Word - Violet Horn

Aren't You Glad - Everett Metcalf

Christmas Smiles - Laverne Horn

Christmas Greeting - Anna Preller

Early in the Morning - Orlan Vollrath

Dialogue - Choosing the Best Gift - Donald Horn,

Norman Horn, Elmer Speich, Richard Preller

and Edward Braun.

A Boy's Gift - Allen Braun

Peace on Earth - Lyle Lee

A Merry Christmas - Duane Horn

Happy Christmas - Janet Seiboldt

Something New in Arithmetic - Richard Preller

Just a Song - Gilbert Lee

My Presents - Billy Lee

Helping Hand Sunday School Class, a playlet - Shirley Braun,

Helen Horn, Edna Preller, Verona Vollrath, Alice

Vollrath, Bernice Vollrath and Donald Horn

A Good Thing to Remember - Harold Lee

Have You Room For Him - Bernice Vollrath

A Christmas Box - Donald Horn

Spending Christmas Money - Edward Braun

This part of the program is followed by two one-act plays.

A Strange Christmas for Mr. Thorton

Given by Lawrence Sdheuerman, Harold Horn, Melvin Alperstedt,

Robert Preller, Kenneth Horn, Mayvin Poppe, Iris Braun,

Helen Horn.

A Sign Unto You is Given

Given by George Burmeister, Alma Burmeister, Elery Poppe,

Iris Braun, Almira Horn, Edward Braun.


Offering for Orphan's Home


Distribution of Gifts.



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