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Source: Unknown Newspaper or Date: Simply Says Glenbeulah

Ira Conger made a trip to Fond du Lac Monday.

Cyril Devoy is recovering from an attack of flu.

Miss Helen Thackray is on the gain after an illness of some time.

Miss Bessie Monroe of Fond du Lac is spending a few days.

{This is a New Column and it Appears That the Top is Missing, So This May Not Be Glenbeulah News - K.R.}

E. H. Fischer was compelled to make cheese four times a week instead of three times on account of the mild weather.

Alvin Dana has a 14 bbl galvanized tank, manure spreader, and tank heater for sale.

The Paradeis family are sick with the flu, John Birenbaum is doing the chores.

Mrs. J. F. Weyker is having a well drilled.

Wm. Te Lindert sawed wood for John Meylink Jr. last Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. G. Kempink spent Tuesday at Oostburg.

Miss Laura Zeeveld, who has been ill with the flu, is on the road of recovery.

A business meeting was held by the Academy of Lyceum Society Thursday, when the following officers were elected:

President - Henrietta Kruenen
Vice President - Herbert Mentink
Secretary - Jean Kuyper
Treasurer - Benjamin Mentink

The following program was rendered:

School songs -
Reading - Miss S. Soerens
Freshman Class song -
Original Story - Florence Dulmes
School songs -
Declamation - Mable Ten Haken
School Songs -
School Times - Gustave Schroeder

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. DeMaster and daughter of Sheboygan spent Sunday here, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. DeMaster.

Miss Agnes Vande Wall of Hope College, Holland, Mich., arrived here Friday, to spend the holidays at the home of her parents.

Miss Ruth Veldhuis and Prof. Theodore Zwemer left Friday for Holland, Michigan. They will spend a week at their home there.

Co. Supt. H. C. Dornbush of Plymouth called in the village Thursday afternoon.

The Misses Kathyrn Lohuis and Wilma Huenink of Waukesha arrived Friday to spend the holidays here with relatives.

Mrs. Boyd Stokdyk spent Saturday in Oostburg.

Olive Grotenhuis returned to Sheboygan, Wednesday.

Harvey Huinink and John Vander Laan spent Wednesday at Sheboygan.

In spite of the inclemency of the weather the sale held by the Ladies Bethesda Sewing Circle, Friday evening, was a decided financial success. A large crowd was present, and the goods were sold at a remarkably high price. G. Grotenhuis was the Auctioneer. Lunches were served in the dining hall, which was appropriately decorated for the occasion, the luncheon being served in Cafeteria style. The ladies are to be congratulated upon the outcome of the sale.

Earl Fix spent the weekend at Milwaukee.

The Wisconsin Memorial Academy's Annual Declamation contest, which was held at the Village Hall Thursday night, was a decided success in every way, and as one of the judges remarked, every student was a credit to herself and to the institution which he represented:

Miss Henrietta A. Kreunen won first prize; Miss Erna Van Der Jagt second; and Erwin Huenink third.

The Judges were Irwin Lubbers, Rev. Ter Kurst of Milwaukee and Supt. H.C. Dornbush of Plymouth.

The following S.A.T.C. men from the various colleges and the University are spending their vacation at their homes here:

Lester Holle of Beloit, Harold Lubbers and Chris. Walvoord of Hope College, Michigan, Harvey Weavers of the University of Madison and Harvey Huenink of Carrol College, Waukesha.

Capt. Henry L. Huenink arrived from France Friday afternoon. He has been given (hono)rable dis(charge) [Article is cut off]

Transcribed & Contributed by Kay Reitberger.

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