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Sunflower Chapter #214 holds meeting
MITCHELL – Sunflower Chapter #214 held a regular meeting at the Masonic Hall in Mitchell on July 10 with Worthy Matron Ruth Walker presiding. Members reports on the Area 1 meeting held in Bridgeport on June 15. April Ott reported that the Torrington Job’s Daughters hosted a very successful Wyoming Grand Session in June. Hostess for the evening was Allie Reisig
The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, Aug.7, at 7:30 p.m. for an initiatory ceremony. All members of Eastern Star are invited to attend.
Scenic Knolls Ladies Golf League releases July 11 round results
MITCHELL – The Scenic Knolls Ladies Golf League recently posted its results from July 11 play.
Low Gross: Monica Shambaugh
Low Net: Kathy Shambaugh
Low Putts: Kaci Kearns and Kathy Shambaugh
Low Gross: Tina Klingsporn
Low Net: Kay Heggem
Low Putts: Karen Derr
Low Gross: Sharon Havely, Donna Meier and Jackie Selzer
Low Net: Amy Briggs
Low Putts: Joann Corr
#1 Sharon Havely
#3 Ashlee Gompert
#2 Hallie Feil
#2 Closest Chip0 from off Green –Hallie Feil
#4 Longest Drive in Fairway –Ashlee Gompert
#5 Closest to pin on Tee Shot –Kathy Shambaugh
100 Years Ago - Mitchell Index
Births: a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, born July 11: a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh, of Ashbrook postoffice, born July 14.
W. J. Kenton went to Wyoming on Saturday to look after affairs at his homestead.
A. Frailey has received a letter from his son Ralph, written in England. There are a number of Mitchell boys now “over there.
O. W. Riley and Roscoe Harvey, sons of Mrs. C. W. Riley and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Harvey, are now in the 20th Infantry band at Camp Funston, Kansas.
Pete and Jim Selby came home Sunday from Camp Funston on ten-day furloughs. They are in the Remount division and apparently few, if any, of thse boys are being taken across. They are doing a work in training horses which probably new recruits could not handle so well.
Governor Neville’s efforts to secure exact knowledge of all Nebraska soldiers and sailors’ voting law may be carried out, is revealing some interesting facts. Can anybody beat the record of David Thomas of York, who has six sons in the military service and one daughter in service as a Red Cross nurse.
Adv. - Saturday, July 20 - “Over There,” Six Reel Special - Dealing with the Present War. Admission 15 and 25 cents. (War tax included).
The state of Nebraska has stocked up on coal enough for the winter to provide heat for the state capitol and the governor’s mansion at Lincoln. The state has laid in about 150 tons of coal, filling the bins to capacity and has the rest which is needed already purchased.
Picnic season is at hand. How often we leave the picnic lunch table with food enough to feed a half dozen soldiers. Let us plan our lunches wisely and not more elaborately than is consistent with present emergencies. If food is left over, let us see that none is thrown away.
Full slate of Horse Creek Rendezvous Day activities to be held on Saturday
Morrill hosts Mike Trader’s Mid-America basketball camp
The Voice News- July 18, 2018
Morrill Vigilantes head to Class C Area 7 Tournament
The Voice News - July 18, 2018
Competition hot air balloons practice in Mitchell for upcoming events
By, The Voice News - July 4, 2018
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