Curtis Pulliam Jacksonville Daily Journal, Jacksonville, IL

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Jacksonville Daily Journal, Jacksonville, IL - SUNDAY MÖRNING, SEPTEMBER 28. 193( The or held...
SUNDAY MÖRNING, SEPTEMBER 28. 193( The or held : to be explained on is he fact." jury Win- Co-Hi Free Presi ------- Edited By the Students of Winchester High School GIRLS ATHLETIC ji ASSOCIATION IN ¡ ANNUAL ELECTION NEWS NOTES During the past week the local ne, girls athletic Association elected oiii- home eers for this year and are ready to get obtained are warrant transport own pro- j in | law noth- j citi- inspec-; Jersey! ; them ; New; under way for a good year of sports. The organization aims, etc. will be explained to the new girls with the hope that many of them will be interested interested in earning a numeral or letter. letter. The new officers are as follows: President—Kathryn Quinn. Vice-president—Mary Agnes Ryan. Sec.-Treasurer—Eloise Ruark. Advisor—Miss Shrock. It will be remembered that last year the girls won third place in the district district basket shooting contest, and thirteen girls won awards. This is the second year, and should prove even more successful than the first. Calendar 4,- Palmyra at the here yesterday em- j has. mine steel) of 4,000 Oct. 3—Night game, Illinois College Field. Oct. 10—End of six weeks. Oct. 11— Carrollton, there. Oct. 18—White Hall, there Oct. 25—Roodhouse, there. Nov. 1—Greenfield, here. Nov. 10—Health Day program. Nov. 11—Virginia, there. Nov. 15—Pleasant Hill, there. Nov. 21—High school conference, Nov. 27—Pittsfield, here. Mrs. Mellon’s sisters, Mrs. Lyman Lane and Miss Maxine Linfoot of Potomac, 111., were guests at the Mellon home all last week. Mr. Lane joined his family here over the weekend, weekend, and all returned home on Sunday. Sunday. Miss Edith Whitmer was called to St. Louis on business Saturday. She returned via auto on Sunday accompanied accompanied by her family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pulliam and family of Springfield visited at the home of his brother C. E. Pulliam and family on Sunday. Coaches Stead of Carrollton and Knoop of White Hall were here scouting the football ga;ne on Saturday. Saturday. Mr. Pulliam officiated at the Auburn-Waverly Auburn-Waverly game at Waverly on Friday. H. B. Come was a delegate to the three-day convention of Illinois, Eastern Eastern Iowa district at Springfield on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. During his absence the agriculture classes were taken care of by Mr. Mellon and the study hall teachers. Joe Estes sold the greatest number of football season tickets and received received a free ticket as a reward. Time for Glee Club rehearsal has been changed from after school to 8:15 a. m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Thursdays. Mr. Pulliam's Mechanical Drawing classes have moved their recitation location from the Manual Training Shop to Room 6. WINCHESTER TO HAVE GRAIN, POULTRY SH0V Agriculture teachers of Ruction 11 met" in Springfield Saturday with I B. Corrie of Win-Co-Hi acting a chairman. At this meeting, held in the Centra Junior high school, dates for th annual judging contests for the voca tionai agricultural high school stu dents were set. The grain and poultry judging con test will be held February 13. at Win Chester, it was decided. The judgm will consist of two rings each o 'iover. wheat, soy beans and corr with one weed identification and on identification ol seed. Two grades o poultry. Mediterranean and Amen can. will be judged. The state fair grounds at Spring field will be the scene of the live stock judging contest which will b held on May 7. There will be judg ing of two specimens each of Hoi stein. Guernsey and beef cattle, hogs horses and sheep. The Future Farmer of America, ai association of high school boys study ing vocation agriculture, was also helc at the high school Saturday, and i was decided to hold the public speak ing contest at Virden on April 13. BENNY GREEN IS FARMER DELEGATi Farrell COAC H PETEFISH’S GREAT GRANDSIRE HONORED Coach Petefish and wife and little I daughter. Norma Ann, attended a family gathering at the home fo his uncle in Literberry on Sunday. In i the afternoon the Petefish family group went to Arcadia cemetery to i attend the exercises in connection j with the unveiling of a marker at the grave of Mr. Petefish's great grand- i father. George Petefish, who was a ! veteran of the War of 1812. This very impressive ceremony was in charge of the Daughters of 183 2.*’ THE GIRL ATHLETES I FOOTBALL SHORT PUNTS # ------------------------------------------------------------ * Well, we won all right, but certainly certainly not on the pep of the students! The team did it all. The team played a real game, Saturday—they Saturday—they showed some real fight. Those end runs of Bill Jackson surely looked good—interference blocked out and a clear field. The first half looked as if it would be anybody’s game, but the Wildcats buckled down the second and played harder than the J'Villites. The pass from Sturgeon to Hart Benny Green represented Win-Cent Win-Cent at the meeting of the Futur" Farmer* of America at Springfield last. Satina-'v This association ii composed of lngh school boys studying studying vocal -- : agriculture and is na. tionai in it* scope. Our d<\. .. • reports an attendance of seventeen boys, as each chapter ir Section Nin was allowed one delegate. delegate. Sever-1 items of routine business business were disposed of. States and national dues of twenty-five centJ! should be paid by Jan. I. 1531. It was reported that the State of Illinois Illinois leads in membership in Future

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