Mar 28, 1940 Merle Stubblfield wedding date in paper bio

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LIVES OF CANDIDATES REVIEWED For Clerk of Circuit Court rrtmary Elrctkm, April t. Republican William W. Tjr" MaUory, who lives at 1225 South Mason street and is employed as deputy in the office of the country clerk, is a can didate in the Republican pri mary for the nomination for t ' I! cleric of the cir cuit court Mr. Mallory is 38 years of ago, having ben born at Rogers-v Rogers-v Rogers-v i 1 1 e, Tenn, March 18, 1902 He came to this city with his W. V. Mallory parents in Au gust of the same year and has resided here since. He was educated in the Bloomington public schools and the night school of Brown s Business college, wnen he was 16 years of age, he obtained employment as clerk in the Alton fhops, and worked in various de partments for the next 14 years. In 1932 to 1934 he had temporary employment in the plant of the Meadows Manufacturing company, then by turns in the county treasurer's treasurer's office, the county clerk's office office and the assessor's office. In 3934 he was regularly appointed a deputy to the county clerk, which position he has since held. Mr. Mallory married Miss Margaret Margaret E. Welling Feb. 5, 1926. They have three children: Billy, aged 13; Dona Jo, 11; and Mary Elizabeth, ged 5. Mr. Mallory is a member of the official board of Park Methodist church and is active worker in the church and Sunday school. Earl Cunningham, 606 East Grove street, is a candidate for the Republican Republican nomination for circuit clerk. He was born at Chenoa July 9, 1885, and received his early education in Chenoa schools. He attended attended Gem City Business college at Quin-cy, Quin-cy, Quin-cy, 1904-05, 1904-05, 1904-05, and came to Normal in 1924 and located located in Bloomington Bloomington in 1935. For 10 years Mr. Cunning- Cunning- Earl Cunningham ham was employed employed as a housefather at the Soldiers Soldiers and Sailors Children's school at Normal. He gave his services as first aid instructor for the Red Cross for five years. Mr. Cunningham is a director of the Bloomington chapter of the McLean County Sportsmen's club. He belongs to the Methodist church In Chenoa, and has always voted the Republican ticket, he says. He was married to Miss Iva Myrtle Wagenseller of Delavan in October, 1905. They have two chil dren: Jack Marion, who lives in Decatur, and Miss Franc Erminie Cunningham, 506 East Locust street, Bloomington. , Merle Stubblefield, farmer in Mt, Hope township, whose postoffice address is at Stanford, is a can didate for circuit clerk in the Re- Re- p u b 1 i can , pri- pri- 1T mary. Mr. Stubble-field Stubble-field Stubble-field has been identified with farm life since childhood, hav ing been born Jan. 19, 1886, on the place where he still lives. He is engaged in raising pure bred C h e s ter Mr. Stuhhlefirid White hogs, and for five years served as secretary-treasurer secretary-treasurer secretary-treasurer of the Illinois Chester White Breeders Breeders association. Mr. Stubblefield is a great grandson of Robert and Dorothy Funk Stubblefield, pioneer settlers of. Mt. Hope township. Mr. Stubblefield has always been active in community affairs of his neighborhood. He has been a member of the McLean Farm bureau bureau since its organization; was president of the Stanford high school board from 1930 to 1933, and for several years was president of the Ebenezer community club. He received a business education at Brown's Business college after finishing finishing high school. He is a member of the McLean County Sportsmen's club and has been active in local politics for many years, and was on the Mc Lean county central committee 14 years. He married Miss Glenna MB j Crawford Oct. 7, 1909. They have lone son, Edward, at hot.'.-. hot.'.-. hot.'.-. Mr. Stubblefield is a me&ioer of the Modern Woodmen. Democratic George Leonard Morris, at pres ent circuit clerk for McLean county, is a candidate for rer.om- rer.om- ination in the Democratic primary. He is finishing his first four year term in that office. Mr. Morris, who resided at Stanford before his election to the office, still calls , that place his home. He was born at Fairbury, Aug. 13, 1894. H e was educated in the Stanford grade schools Oorge Morris , Photo by United from the . high and graduated school in 1913. He then studied pharmacy in the Babcock school in Des Moines. Since 1921 he has been a registered pharmacist and worked in the drugstore at Stanford from 1921 until his election in 1936. He also served as assistant post master for 10 years and worked as substitute rural carrier for a similar period. He was supervisor from Allin township from 1921-25. 1921-25. 1921-25. He was trustee for the Kampf cemetery association and was direc tor of the McLean County Tuber- Tuber- j. m ine worm war Mr. Morris wis in the quartermaster corps from December, 1917, to Jan. 22, 1919. He is a member of Louis E. Davis post of the American Legion; also the Young Men's club in Bloomington, Bloomington, the Masonic lodge in Minier, the Bloomington Consistory, Mo hammed Shrine, Eastern Star at Minier, Knights of Pythias In Stan ford. He is a member of the Methodist church in Stanford, of the McLean County Farm bureau and of the Red Cross. Mr. Morris is unmarried. (Politirnl ftp. jifiliilV & LseJ Courtesy, Efficiency 1. Nominate a candidate of most of the 2. Nominate a candidate to personally attend office. Subject to Republican (Political I 'i ' M V lately ' VXPl L. C. Arends for MY

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