Lincoln school younsters put on a circus
CIRCUS GIVEN AT LINCOLN SCHOOL All of Color of Regular Three Ringer Presented By Little Folk. The circus c«mc to town yesterday ufternoon at the Lincoln school, •with tho children of the kindergarten and first grade as performers. Miss I-ela Dillon and Miss Vivian Laughlln, teachers were In charge of the presentation. As every good circus, this ono opened with n grand parade, led by the Bunny Rabbit band, of which Robert Smith wae drum major. There were clowns, dancing glrlB, horses, and wild animals. Myrtle Glover was ring muster, and ihe handled the acts with a great finesse Features of the parade were Ifee snake charmer, who wound her Biany-colored serpents around her Beck with fine nonchalance; an organ grinder and his monkey; tho swarthy fortune teller, as well as the tight rope walker. Jeanctte and Janice Cason took tho part of the high school horses, and gave eplendld display of the rhythm work taught the youngsters. The Kindergarten Court The circus ring was set out In the kindergarten court of the school where tho mothers, and students in the other rooms were guests. Balloons and bright streamers advertised the color and gaiety of circus ll(o Yesterday'* entertainment was the result of a four week's project which has been carried out in every atudy In the kindergarten and first grade. The children have read •bout circuses; wrote about them, and made beautifully colored frie- xee to Illustrate the knowledge they have gained. In their art classes they made their costumes, stick horses and caps for yesterday's performance. Thosw Taking Fart Children who took part In the elrcun Included: Kindergarten: James Bale, Darrell Brown, Donald Brown, Lewie Carpenter, Bobby Curry, Homer Johnston, Alfred Schultz, Richard Talbot, Merle Wll»on, Freda Carter, Vada Huston, Betty James, Ruth Johnson, Cleta King, Mary Lloyd, Juanita Miller, Gloria Mohr, Tereva Reynolds, Darlene Rlcketts, Jessie Roberts, Lillian Schroeder, Barney Spain, Savannah Vaughn, Helen Wclkcr, Rosemary Williams, Lloyd Bright, Michael Broyles, David Collins, Glen Epp, Billy Gerdes, Lee Boyd Gilliland, Charles Martin, Harold Miller, Gilbert Pearson, Billy Rlggs, Jackie Simon, Donald Snell, Howard Stephens, Earl Todd, Jack Armstrong, Leone Abbott, Dorothy Branham, Rose Clark, Joyce Crow, Catherine Dlrkson, LaVerne Duby, Mary Ann GIbbs, Marguerite fcymno, Orpha Alice Sweet and Orlene Watts. First grade: Paul Burdick, Cartyle Dicks, Chester Douglas, Donald Hender•hot, John Keller, John Martin, Raymond May, Ivan Schroder, James Smith, Robert Smith, Rexall Trent, Lawrence Forrest. James Zumalt, Irene Abbott, Frances Agoltla, Evelyn Craig, Jean Crump, Nadine Casey, Janette Caeon, Janice Cason, Edith Graves, Arleta Houston, Florence Nelson, Beverly Jean Stark, and Alctha Watts.