carthage News

Adding more classes to the town


The Prairie Lutheran Parish of Trinity at Carthage, First at Artesian and Immanuel, rural Iroquois will have a Unity Service at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 28 at Artesian. This service was postponed from Oct. 31. There will be no services or Sunday School at Trinity.

Trinity Women of the ELCA met Nov. 18 with Harriet Hattervig presenting the program, “Thankful Throughout the Year.” Shirley Stroud was the hostess. The next meeting will be Dec. 16.

The Campbell Straw Bale Museum meeting was held Tues., Nov. 16 at The Prairie Inn. Norbert Muldan conducted the meeting with the secretary’s report by Lorelee Nelson and the treasurer’s report by Sally Madison. Different projects and ideas were discussed for promoting the museum in the coming year. Gloria Anderson, Sioux Falls, donated items of her husband, Linden Anderson, and the Anderson family. A thank you was shared from Lois Campbell. The museum cookbooks are available for Christmas gifts at $12 a book plus $3 for postage if mailed. The next meeting will be a Christmas supper Dec. 7 at The Prairie Inn at 6 p.m.


The community classes reported on in The Carthage News, Nov. 4, 1981, went over so well that The Carthage News, Jan. 20, 1982, reported the addition of more classes including calligraphy with Lyla Thompson, a wood working class, a leather tooling class and a hunting and trapping course with the possibility of adding even more.


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