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August 3, 1911A bundle of fine oats in the Chief window has attracted considerable attention this week. The straw is heavy and the heads fairly well filled. They were raised by Harley Stroupe on … more
July 27, 1911Iroquois tennis players went to Yale last Friday and engaged in a friendly contest with the racquet-manipulators of the Beadle County town. It was an even break between the contestants. … more
July 20, 1911: The Huronite was represented yesterday at Iroquois, when the annual day of sports brought the people to that center from many miles around in all directions. It was one of the big days … more
Everlea Maryanne Schaefer was born July 9 to Kevin and Annie Schaefer of Colman. She weighed 6 pounds 15 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long. Her siblings are Brielle, Barrett and Blaire Schaefer. … more
Sports Day! In 1901, the Iroquois community began having Sports Day. Originally, it was an event for the local baseball teams to meet and play. Sports Day has since been held annually for 120 years. … more
July 12, 1911With beautiful weather, Sports Day was a hit all the way around! With the proverbial good luck that has attended Sports Day from the very first celebration ten years ago, Wednesday, … more
July 6, 1911There will be an enjoyable dance in the large Nirk barn north of Iroquois on Friday night, July 7. Music by the De Smet Mandolin Orchestra. General invitation is extended and a pleasant … more
The Sports Day committee met and finalized plans for the upcoming event to be held July 16 - 18 in Iroquois. Friday evening events in Woodall Park begin with a community picnic at 6 p.m. followed … more
For the second time in the organization's eight-year history at Iroquois High School, a member of Iroquois HOSA has placed in the HOSA International Leadership Conference. Skylar Owens, an Iroquois … more
June 29, 1911Chris Wolf is now the owner of a new Overland automobile. He contracted with Fisher & Greer for an E. M. F., but the firm could not deliver owing to a scarcity. Mr. Wolf took an … more
June 22, 1911Every farmer ought to be interested in good roads. Any proposition that will improve the roads is valuable, from the standpoint of dollars and cents, to the farming community. The saving … more
June 15, 1911A newspaper was recently started at Erwin – the Herald, Summer Stearns editor. During the past fifteen years, two or three different publications have been started in Erwin and later … more
May 8, 1911 Inquiries as to whether Iroquois will hold its annual Sport Day celebration this year are coming in fast and thick. Thus far, no move has been made and the CHIEF has no knowledge as to … more
June 1, 1911Hayden’s Symphony Orchestra, conducted by one of the best violinists in the west, will play for a dance at the Iroquois opera house tonight. Tickets one dollar. Memorial Sunday services … more
Students at Iroquois participated in a school-wide reading incentive program once again this school year. Each classroom teacher set individual and/or class reading goals. Once goals were met, … more
Four people are retiring from the Iroquois School District. Their combined years of service in education span 122 years with 88 ½ years being at Iroquois School. Richard Soma May 19, 2021, was … more
May 25, 1911In this issue will be found a speed ordinance recently passed by the town trustees in which the limit inside the incorporation is placed at eight miles per hour and providing stiff … more
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