LeMars Sentinel, December 6, 1894
The school teachers of Union township for the winter are as follows: No. 1
LeMars Sentinel, January 31, 1895
As one of the girls was driving home from school with Ethel Eyres and
LeMars Sentinel, March 11, 1895
O'LEARY: (Special Correspondence)
LeMars Sentinel, Thursday, June 27, 1895, Page 3, Column 4:
Storms Caves for the Schools.
The recent Sioux County cyclone has been the means of arousing the people in the county school districts to the necessity of providing storm protection for the pupils and teachers of the outlying schools. In many places the school directors are having cyclone caves dug and the patrons of the schools have less fear for the safety of their children during the cyclone period when such protection is provided. Union township, in this county, is taking the lead in the matter and now every school in the township is provided with a cave.
LeMars Sentinel, February 1, 1907
UNION: The school board held a meeting and appointed Thomas Eyers school director
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, May 29, 1914
UNION: (Special Correspondence)
Three picnics are planned for Friday this week in Union schools No. 1 and 2,
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, July 2, 1915
UNION: (Special Correspondence):
Auctioneer Lyle, of Kingsley, was here to sell the old school houses of
LeMars Sentinel, February 8, 1918
Union High School Notes
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, March 21, 1924
UNION SCHOOL NOTES.
E. T. Snively, a brother-in-law, of Supt. Smith, visited the schools on Thursday.
Miss Peck was called home by the death of her grandfather, over the weekend. Mrs. D. S. Wormley taught in her place last Monday.
Work on the operetta, “Miss Cherryblossom” is progressing satisfactorily. About twenty-five people in costume will take part in the musical comedy. A special platform is being constructed to accommodate the cast. The play will be given on Friday evening, March 21, at 8 o’clock, in the high school assembly room.
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