Marsha speech competition

indybird77 Member Photo

Clipped by indybird77

Marsha speech competition - slowed homeless hold was at flood blocked at...
slowed homeless hold was at flood blocked at hour, of flood a by water roads Ask For They foreign hurting ing Labor to protection foreign of the INDIVIDUAL WINNERS. DISTRICT SPEECH MEET held at Harrisburg Township high school Satur- dav Front row. first place winners, left to right. Charlenc Taylor, Metropolis, play reading (serious): Pete Morns. University High of Carbondale. extempore speaking; Alice Hall. Du Quoin, original oration: Ann Kerr. Du Quoin, after-dinner speaking: Regina M.Her. Du Quoin, verse reading: second row, second place winners, left to right. Judy Belt. Harrisburg. p'a reading (serious): Emily Goetz, University High of Carbondale. verse reading: Marsha Wiehn. Du Q inin. extempore speakinc: third row. third place winners. Mary Ann Rushing. University High of Carbondale. original oration; Pat Yates. Du Quoin, play reading f comedy)- Ann Bracewell. University High of Carjondaie. play reading (serious) and second in radio speaking; Carol Lightfoot. Harrisburg." verse reading Several of the winners were not present when picture was made. (Register Staff Pnoto) tee have the closed, blamed , 'made larger Lester Workers, porting or that froni Three Schools j Tie for First In Speech Meet i Three high schools tied for first Wheel- last above moving river the At in and Va.. no at some in the in the got gallons precipitation at high school Saturday. Eleven schools participated. Du Quoin. West Frankfort and Metropolis scored twenty-six points each. Other schools in the meet , \vere Cairo Sumner. Carbondale At' tucks. Carbondale University Hish. Christopher. ilcLeansboro, Mt. Vernon. Vienna and host Harrisburg. : Nine events were featured, in- cludinc serious piay reading, comedy play reading, original oration, extempore speaking, extempore verse reading, original monologue, radio speaking, after dinner speaking and dramatics. Winners of first, second and third places in the district meet advance to the sectional speech meet at Granite City March 26. The state meet at the University of Illinois is scheduled for April 15-16. Winners of individual speaking events: first place. Charlene Taylor. Metropolis, play reading (serious): Pete Morris. University High of Carbondalc. extempore speaking: Alice Hall. Du Quoin, original ora-' lion: Ann Kerr. Du Quoin, after: dinner speaking: Rcgina Miller. Du Quoin, verse reading: Ronnie Page. Mt. Vernon. play reading (com- c-dy: Nancy Bcauman. Vienna, original monologue: Albert Fasol. .West Frankfort, radio speaking: , ; Second place. Judy Belt. Harris- 'burg. play reading (comedy): Emily Goctz. University High of Carbondale. vcrsc reading: Marsha Wiehn. Du Quoin, extempore Judy Prather. Christopher, play reading (serious): Michael Marchildon. West Frankfort, original oration: Olic Arthurs. Mt. Vernon. original monologue: Linda Adams. Metropolis, after-dinner speakinc: Third pljce. Mary Ann Rushing. University High of Carbondalc. original oration: Pat Yatcs. Du : Ann f Car- be dustry of and Otto National entered tiqn said to ,. extend gram al crick , - * * the straight act itv. Other WEST FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL'S team was first place winner in the dramatics division of the district speech meet held at HTHS Saturday. In this part of the contest the schools presented one-act plays. The West Frankfort speech students presented "Spring Antic." The cast, seated, left to right. Jo Lynda Crowder and Tim Jordan: standing. left to right. Mikc^Willard, Sally Brown. Gayla Ragsdale and Kenneth Bargcr. " (Register Staff Photo) 18 Persons ECHiad During Week End In Illinois Traffic Accidents Navy House that aircraft ble in for a carrier. N. D.) tax can Walter crat appears .ate. proved . dcnt Car' few wise. By United Press Ice-slicked highways and a two- car collision near Dwight which killed five persons combined to boost the Illinois week end traffic toll to IS. Eleven persons were killed on Sunday alone. The Dwight accident Sunday was blamed oft an icy patch on U. S. 66. A car carrying three Dwighl men went into a skid and smashed headon into an automobile containing two men and a woman. Ralph Dcngc. 37. of DCS Plaincs. was the only survivor. dead were identified as Mrs. Peterson, 30. and Rav Sasscnger. 35. ; On Route 27 near Monroe Center another headon collision, this one in the midst of a blinding snowstorm, killed Mrs. Hattie Wittwer. 33. and Mrs. Mary Stuckner. 19. both of Monroe Center. Another Sunday night headon collision near Beechcr City killed a Beechcr City couple. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Trotitman. Their three children were injured, one seriously. · A fourth Sundav accident Rockford killed a Kcioit. Wis.. A. Tripkc. 4£ Is James Mr. day in a He 1915. of aqc the the The a; at on would Evansville. I.ishtfoot. Hamsburg. vcrsc rcad- irss; Ronnie Piumlcc. West Frankfort, extempore speaking: Peggy Holloway. Metropolis. oricinal monologue: Linda Love. Christopher, radio speaking: Mike Willard. West Frankfort, after-dinner speak- In the dramatics contest, -.vith each school presenting a one-act play. West Frankfort was firs:. Mt Vernon second and Christopher third. c t. Clarence years. Three he vivcs Held Mrs. Mrs. Gayncllc Moore Chf'., o2. wjfc of Rudy Cliit and dauchtcr of Mr. and Mrs J. 5. Moore, died Saturday aJ 6 «5 p. m. at her home. 718 South Ivcdford. She had been were: Maurice Kennedy. Chicago, killed by a hit-run driver. Mrs. Mary Jackon. Chicago, killed when she was struck by a car Clifford R Thake. 37. of Hayward. \Vis . killed when hi^ truck wen: off ill. 33 near Ware and crashed into a tree. A Friday night he?don collision near WiHSsvill* on 11; 43 k:uO,1 Jack Suttoa. 2S. h:s brother. Gene. A a bcr Louis jerrf cnts. vjnv.s ous The

Clipped from
  1. The Daily Register,
  2. 07 Mar 1955, Mon,
  3. Page 1

indybird77 Member Photo
  • Marsha speech competition

    indybird77 – 08 Sep 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in