Grant No. 6

Newspaper Articles in chronological date order

LeMars Sentinel, May 22, 1917

ELGIN: (Special Correspondence)

Miss Leora Laughton closed a successful year of school in district No. 6,
Grant township, Friday with a picnic and a program.

LeMars Sentinel
LeMars, Plymouth County, Iowa
September 6, 1918
Miss Leora Laughton commenced teaching in Grant township Tuesday. [Grant No. 6]

LeMars Globe-Post, Nov. 7, 1927

GRANT: (By Special Correspondent)

Miss Bertha Ahrendt, teacher in district No. 6, gave a program and basket
social on Friday night to a good sized crowd. The program consisted of
dialogues, songs and drills by the pupils and a reading by Mrs. John
McDougall. A quilt was disposed of, Miss Clara Kruse holding the lucky
number. A nice sum was realized from the sale of baskets. H. Renken acted
as auctioneer.

LeMars Globe-Post
April 5, 1934

GRANT: (By Special Correspondent)
The following will take part in the community play which will be given in the Brunsville hall by Grant No. 6 on April 11th:  Ed Hoppe, Rieka, Henry, Bennie and Carl Ahrendt, Dorothy Westhoff, Luella Renken, Rose Doering, Clara Heeren and Herman Renken.  A dance included in the admission price, will be given after the play.

 LeMars Globe-Post, May 21, 1953

Grant Twp: (By Special Correspondent)

The Grant Number 5, 6, and 7 held their annual picnics last week.

LeMars Globe-Post, October 22, 1953


Friday, October 30, 8:00 P. M. Grant No. 6. Everyone invited. Lillian Gabel, Teacher.

LeMars Globe-Post, May 30, 1957


The LeMars Public Library had many visitors the past few weeks.

Springtime is tour time for many school groups and teachers, and the library is always a favorite stop.

Teachers and their pupils from the rural school who recently visited at the library included:  Mrs. Carl Schlein, Mrs. W. F. Nicholson and Mrs. Esther Oloff from Craig.

Regular visitors last week were Miss Nelson, Mrs. Casler and Miss Zobel and their groups from Clark school.

Mrs. Smith, librarian, explained the use of the library and showed the children some of the new and interesting books for children and where to find them.

Parents should encourage their children to visit the library often during the summer months.

Beginning with Monday, June 3rd, the library will go on summer schedule.

Mornings from 9 a.m. until 12.
Evenings from 7 until 9 o’clock every day except Sundays and holidays.




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