the is He 1. will Dr. 24. be Rev. Third Grade Students Present Circus Parade "The Circus Parade” was presented by third grade students students of Mrs. Earline Moreman and Mrs. Karen Wright Friday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Cortez Dowlen accompanied accompanied the parade in a number of musical selections throughout the program. L eading the parade as drum majors were Jeffrey Scott Murry Murry and Kevin LaGrone. Twirlers Twirlers were Kim Reeves, Ann Bowes, Rolle Jean Welch, Kim L andrum, Stacy McAlpin, Lisa Ashley* and Mary Ann Pepper. The bareback riders were Lynn Hutchins, Annette Henscheid Henscheid and Jtmma Christopher. Drummers were Lance Vaughn, Steven Sanford, Bobby Cheynr ami Greg Hatch. Serving as ringmasters were Stan Cranmer and Matthew Griffin. Participating as elephants were Thomas Detten and David Abbott. The camels were Glnna Mainville, Sammy Olson and Cynthia Brasher. Lions were Kevin Mitchel and Larry Gallop. Gallop. Clowns for the performances were Glenn Oldham, Bruce Hartman, Pam Harbin, Leah Hooper, Mark Boehnlng, Ken Siegel, Kelly Sue Baker and Leah Harrington. Giraffes were Judy LaGrone and Darrell Jackson. Monkeys Monkeys were Laura Laycock,Dian Boniiield, Gienna Evans, Mark Wilson, Cindy Whitson, Patiy Thomas, Clark Drumm and Russell Ross. Kangaroos were Jeanie Woods, Tina Lambert and Nancy Albers. The dancing bears were Cheri Glenn and Barbara Grtf- fin. Cowgirls were Joyce Holcomb, Holcomb, Tammie Allen, Penny Crowley, Kelly Criddle and Terri Hill. Cowboys were David Roberts, Rocky Stone, Brent Anderson, Jeffrey Downing and James Irlbeck. Irlbeck. News Recently visiting with Mrs. W, G. Rose was her daughter, Mrs. John Schram and family of Flagstaff, Arizona. Also visiting with Mrs. Rose recently was a son, Mr. and Mrs. James Rose d Beverly Hills, California.