Pote's Hold Corn Boil
100 Years Ago
September 17, 2020
Herald of Sept. 17, 1920
Mrs. E.G. Bobb of Roaring Spring, as president of the Ladies’ Hospital association connected with the Nason hospital, presented the annual report of the organization which showed much accomplished during the year.
It was brought out that all the bed and table linens, blankets, etc. used at the institution were paid for by the association. In addition the sum of $200 was paid out of the association funds for repairs to the furnace.
At a meeting of the school board of Huston township, the contract for the proposed new school building at Mines was awarded to R.M. Eastep. Work was to start at once.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pote held a corn boil at their home in the Barley Corner section in honor of western visitors. The honor guests were Lloyd Pote of the state of Washington, a brother of Mr. Pote, and Elwood Barley, wife and son Donald of California, Mr. Barley being a brother of Mrs. Pote. A large number of relatives and friends attended.