Asa J. Rudasill, Jr

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suc- a days," tame lot the of 'em lit- leg him is Clinton Students Visit Court House Purposes of Officers Explained Explained By Judge Gray. Clinton, Mar. 17.--On Friday afternoon afternoon the upper grades of the Douglas Douglas school were escorted through tnp Dewitt county court house. Judge W. Gray receiving the guests and conducting conducting them through the building. Assisted by other officers, the students students were taken to each office m the building and its purpose explained in very able manner by either Mr. Gray or the heads of the offices visited. The visit to the court house is considered considered a part of the civic lesson at the Douglas school, as well as other grade schools in the city, and these visits from other students will follow later. Births. Clinton, Mar. 17-- Announcements have been received by friends of the birth of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tucker of St Louis, Mo., at the McLamphy hospital m that city on Mar. 11. They are former Clinton Clinton residents. Mr. and Mrs George P. Breen of Springfield aie the parents of a son, the second child born to them Wednesday. Wednesday. The mother was formerly Miss Margaret Cleary, daughter of i Mr^ a n d I M r j C . C Cleary·* = CUnton and a granddaughter of Mrs. D. W Ducy, North Madison street. CLINTON G. O. P. CHOOSES TICKET Clinton, Mar. 17--With Allen Reynolds Reynolds named as permanent chairman and Harley Bell aa permanent secretary, secretary, the Republican caucus was presided presided oyer Fridav night in the Dewitt Dewitt county court room by Harry C! Cnaries AJsui/was chosen for assessor assessor with no opposition; Mrs. Eva Mitchell for town clerk with no opposition; opposition; A. F. Stone for Justice of peace; while the office of constable will be filled by the vacancy committee committee composed of Harry Cline, Noah Stivers and Harry Andrews. _ The position of road commissioner brought out three candidates, Charles Morrison securing 231 votes; Charles Jeff cry, 67; and Charles Johnson, 58. Return From Conference. Clinton, Mar. 17 --A number from Dewitt county on Friday attended the distilct farm advisers' conference held Champaign, including Farm Advisei O M Allyn of the Dewitt County Farm Bui'eau Others were B B Ooodin. Parnell. president; L. G Heller, Heller, Farmer City, director; Claude Thorpe and William Querf.eld of Clinton. weeds" 7 da* ^ l n K ring* i n i i s ft \ e a r T e i Piit ' f l h u r k s cluckn) 7 e I h o r e Is lime. i \ l i m p ' r x l R v, hen you aow * Krow T\ est ' T . ticipated in B. York. the in a man and in and a 51 Is a has Holding Examinations. Clinton, Mar. 17. - A number of Dewitt county school teachers participated participated in the examinations held at the Clinton community high school building Friday and Saturday The examinations were under the supervision supervision of Mrs Mae Porter, Dewitt county superintendent of schools. Senior Class Play. Clinton, Mar. 17-As is the usual custom with members of the senior class of the Clinton community higit school, preparations are being made for the annual class play which will be given this year in the.Clintonia theater on Friday, April 20 Wendell Kennedy of Clinton, pianist pianist and organist at the Clintonia theater and the Presbyterian church, who has had much experience in coaching home talent productions, will direct this play. Assisting him will be Ivan Jenkins, business manager; manager; Bernard Mills, stage manager; G. Williamson and E. West, property property managers; assistant director, Ber- liam Smith, Eleanor Robinson, Jeffie Louise Sprague. Reed--Frances Gallaway, teacher; R. A. Marsh. 92; Kenneth Jackson, 94: Dorothy Jackson, 90. Lawrence Weldon--Geraldine Harrah. Harrah. teacher; Doyne Shaw, 93; Virginia Virginia Shaw, 95; Carl White, 90; Shaw, 95; Bernadine Knackmuhs, Marie Cowles, 94; Howard Zook. Prepress--Mrs. V. W. Hogue, teacher; Wayne Cussey, 92; James Merifield, Merifield, 94; Wilson Green, 93; Ija 96; Vachel Best, 96; Orville Brunning, 95: Warren Stevens. 90; Francis Merrifield, 92; Archie Taylor, 95. Birkbeck--Maude Lampe. teacher; Ellen Welch, 93; Lloyd Polen, 90; Florence Fuller, 91; Paul Stapelton, 90; Evelyn Webb, 93; Evelyn Torbert, 93 Barngrover--Ruth Miller, teacher; Billie Griffith. 90; Harrold Johnson, 91; Sarah Walker. 90: Raymond 95; Earl Jiles, 92: Caroline Walker, 91: Francis Griffith. 92. Midland City--Evelyn Scribner. teacher; Nerlin Valentine, 92; Eskil Thompson, 94; Clair Denny, 91; Kil Marks, 90: Barbara Jean Kindred, 93; Buell Marks, 92; Garnetta 92; Lowell Denny, 97; John Gandv. 90; Helen McCance, 95; Ezra Dale Marks, 90; Opal Jones, 91; Wyanza Thompson, 91 Gallville--Esther Wrone, teacher; Lavona DeMent. 96; Jean Meacham, 95; Fred Meacham, 93; Doiothy Irwin, 92; Marv Whited. 96; Harrold DeMent. 91; Milton Cline, 92; Shirley Shirley Lindley, 92; Clyde Meacham, Edith Gentry. 95: Edna DeMent, Charter Oak--Mabel Lampe, teacher; teacher; Halleene Long. 96: Lester Miller, 95; Treva Webb. 92: Willmrd Webb, 90; Edwin Miller, 92; Jessie Miller, 90 Science Hill--Ruby Cooley. teacher; Arline Sprague. 90; Earl Sullivan, Edgar Glenn, 91; Lyle Maxwell. Glenn Maxwell, 90, Mildred Glenn, Hill--Mrs. Addle Siffert, teacher; Marie Stransje, 90; Ruth Jones, 90; Raymond Strange, 90: Lawrence Jones, 96; Guinevere Reed, 97; Singer, 94; Anna Ruth Singer. 90: Ella May Ives. 90; William Querfield, 90; James Matlby, 90; Mary Jones; Charlotte Simcox. 90; Helen Singer, 93; Eula Strange, 94. Lincoln--Ruth Fullenwider, teacher; teacher; Lotus Meridith, Florence Christopher, Christopher, Richard Olson. Lois Fullenwider, Fullenwider, Claudean Perkins, Marine Baker, Jean Padgett. Randall--Mrs. Joseph Grady teacher: Twain Fort. 91; Grace Cooper, 95; William Hoffman, 90; Barger, 91; Helen Hoffman, 92; Elwood Cooper. 96; Dorothy Bargar 89; Virginia Perrv. 90; Roslie 94; Izy Polston, 92; Franklin Thompson, 91; Bonnie Hoffman. 91: Roslie Perry, 90: Naomi Cooper, 92; Polston, 99. Stoutenborough--Mrs. Zona Armstrong, Armstrong, teacher; Bruce Atkins. 90 Vivian Kindred, W; Fldutn Jinks. William Smith, 91; Howard Preston 94; Dorothy Smith, 95; Maxme 95. Wantwood--Leone Nelson, teacher Charles Lynn Coffman, Vera Coff' man, Leonra Crosman. Shiloh--Frances Bopp, teacher Dorothy Stillman, 95; Velma 92. . Davenport--Harold Turner, teach er; Asa Rudasill, Jr., 95; Varnell Chrispen, 94; Teddie Hall, 91; Miller, 90. tha Maltby. THE CAST. Cast selection of the play, which is "Dulcy", a three-act comedy is as follows: Dulcmea--Dorothy Refldix Gordon Smith--Ivan Jenkins ·William rurker--Harvey Krlng. C. Hocer Forbes--Thomas D»5 Mrs Forbes--Christine Westbrools Ang-ela. Forbes--Madeline Bullirel Schuyler Van Dvke--Kirby Tofld. Tom Sterrett--Udell Krine. Vlnc-enl Leach--I.vle Wonrtoock. Blair Patterson--Floyd Miller. Henry--Roger Brewer HONOR ROLLS OF DEWITT SCHOOLS Clinton, Mar. 17--Honor rolls of more Dewitt schools follow: Tuhbridge--Foss Randolph, teacher; teacher; Rose Kirby, 94; Pauline Hoke, 94; Ruth Florey, 92: Trophy Kirby, 91; Dale Wingo, 90; Velma Hoke, 90. Union--Louise Luker, teacher; Clifford Bradburv, 93: Ira Johnson Kemp, 90; Winnie Mae Kemp, 94; Craig Braden, 93; Russell Mayfleld, 92. Lane--Ospur Maud Jacobi. teacher; Floreine Bickes, 90; Ruth Crum, 94; Edna Ferguson, 92; Rex Rhea, 94; Dora Jennings, 92; Leora Brown. 94; Jaunlta Woodcock, 90; Wayne Morrow, Morrow, 92; Helen Crum, 91. Willow line--Hylma Woodcock, teacher; Clarence Mayall, 95; Elolse Morganthaler. 90; Ralph Mayall, 92; Katheryn Fulk, 90. Tabor--Mayme J. Hal!, teacher; James Armstrong, Maxine Larson, Wilma Armstrong. Charles Smith, i#uby Burwell, M?rdell Weckel, WU- CERRO GORDO FOLKS RETURN FROM "Cerro Gordo, Mar. 17--Mr. and Mrs. P. Swander returned home urday from West Palm Beach, where they had spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs Ben Cook and ily of Decatur spent Sunday at homes of Arch Crisman and Chambers. Mrs. John Currey, who has quite ill for some time is not much improved. Mrs. Ira Carver and granddaugh ter, went to Chicago Saturday mg for a few days' visit with daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Linley Grove of catur spent Tuesday evening with and Mrs. Oscar Grove. 8. C. Hopkins of Joliet is vlsltln his mother Mrs. J. E. Stultz this Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooper Homington, Pa., are visiting relative and friends in and around Cerro do. Mrs. Cooper will be remembere here as Miss Zoe Roberts and teacher in Cerro Gordo schools a years ago. J. Etherton of Louisville. Ky., spending a few weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Etherton. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Walker Ma comb spent the week-end latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Griawold of La Place spen Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Marsh. Mrs. Charlotte Selby came horn FridayJtrom Alton where she h» spent tome time with her sister, Josie Sheff. WHEAT CROP DEAD, FARMERS BELIEVE Some, Hewever, Think Warm Would Revive It Effingham. Mar. 17--It is the of many of the farmers in this ity who put out a large acreage wheat last fall, that the wheat dead, while some believe that th wheat will green out. The wheat about ninety-nine per cent of th fields has the appearance above surface'of beln«nSled, the groun being bare as if nothing had bee SOWtl The largest wheat acreage In

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  1. The Decatur Daily Review,
  2. 17 Mar 1928, Sat,
  3. Page 12

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