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Sedalia Capital (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Sedalia, Missouri The Sedalia capital to. 33, to. 12. Sedalia Missouri sunday May 20 1923 associated Tress service teachers Are selected by Hoard of education elects teachers to fill vacancies in if a school and Grade schools make ass Ion m in t s in june Hoard expert favourable decision on building Bonds working on Summit to consider school flans the Hoard of education met at the Public Library Friday evening in order to hear tin report from the Tea to ers committee on filling of vae Angioi a i tin hitch school and Grade schools of the Eity. All members were in at tend Nee the first time is Nee a meeting in january. A re Ort was heard from the committee which showed that All vacant ies Wco re filled with the exception a it of j two in the High school the head of t the history department and the fourth assistant in English and three paean eyes in the Grade schools. The Hoard Hopes to fill All Vaream ies within tie next to a Days. The assignment in the grades will he made in june. The following teachers were elected j to fill vacancies for next year which i were not elected at the previous a a it i Tion. Hijii school Stella Chatman a Monte. To. Second ass t. Mathematics. �?�1. T. Priestly. Greenfield. Tenn., a a t. Commercial department. E. C. Schlichting. St. Paul. Neb., j third asst. Commercial depart ili4�?~ll t. M l i red e re Bird Grant Rawford Lias on display Pelican 5 feet in height Orant it Rawford has received a very novel gift from Mike do Nhoc of springbok and has the Large a Licaisi which measures five in height and a Hill on and one half feet Long on display in tin Crawford loan company window. I his Bird is a wry rare so Tecimen to 1m found in this Vicinity. It was captured by Sevi ral Hoys who gave if to or. Donahue. Or. Crawford intends to mount it at a later Date. Marriage licenses the following marriage lilt Cir pcs were issm4l from the officer of tie recorder of j iced yesterday Ira e. Davis and Ruth e. Clai Horr hot ii of Sedalia Charles w. Toliver and Nonia o. Neitzert both of Sedalia .1. Ii. T Omar and Elt Tea hag Erin an. Hoth of Sedalia. And wilful x. Curry 4f Sedalia and Mary Louise Page of Sweet Springs. Zev wins in the Kentucky l Derby lass off it or Adi ate from st melt school lass play was Given As Well program of athletic nature re fresh cents were served the graduating lass from the i eighth Grade of the Summit school j Hemni bored til this year being n it to j tin largest class Ever graduated from i this sell it of. It it ii Friday evening at 10 o clock the billowing Meliers of this class Recei cd their certificates of promotion into j i no Sedalia High school. Tin graduates Are As follows Clay Mcgrew. A Ray Williamson. Eve rep j i French. Earl Robertson. Virgil Cor i j Sou we. Canton. Clark Renninson j j Clarence Harrell and Walter me a i Proa to Carl Gilert. Warren . I race track. Lor Kville. By. J us Lmh t a Quot re Quot the 1 h Reniee Martin w0rk starts Here by Road Bov shuts want work 38 scouts already have secured employment during summer 3-year-old Brown Colt owned by Harry Sinclair i ads by a length and a half rec Ord crowd at classic approximately 75.000 packed Imre Hill Downs As horses thundered past in stretch will work on East and West Road just before starting on other roads no decision on Soi tii Road announcement was made yesterday that the Sedalia Roy scout s Headquarters had helped 2s Hoys to secure either permanent or temporary employment during the past ten Days. There an is ill a number of Hoys who Are listed and who desire work to earn Money to attend the summer Roy scout Camp. The scout executive will appreciate any 4 me who will Call 347 if desirous of having work done. To have help e a committee of six elected at citizens mass meeting will and use with county court letter states that secondary Money will he spent on Pettis county roads May 111. Xiv tin three year old Brown 1s Many in the gas1 for musical revue t p to now 1 under the direction of miss Ruth Hoot Man s to he splendid attraction Colt owned by Harry f. Sinclair ill i lion ire Oil Man. Shot into the Lead j soon after tin got Nav. And retained. 41 a a 1 ,4v Smith. Violet Nve. 1 of the finish w inning by a length a and a half from Martingale. Virgil Winner of tin Brest Kness 1 stakes a week ago and heavily played i favorite together with tin Quot Whitney entry was a length Hack of Martin i Gale. Never before in the history of the Dory has such an enormous crowd packed Churchill Downs. It was a crowd of Power wealth and Beauty a Beautiful women in Holiday gowns. Making the clubhouse and Lawn in 1 and tuesday evenings j front of the grandstand a symphony of color. For half a mile the unlucky spectators unable to get seats stood shoulder to shoulder in a sweltering mass thousands of them Able to see 1in monday Mav 21 and 22. The dancing class of miss Ruth Hoot Man will present a a a p to a musical revue. The show Wili be Given tit the Liberty theater. The prod a t Ion was written and has j on a Small part of any race been us 1 4�n directed by miss Hootman with j of Hie dense throng. As the horses mrs. Ii. F. Pole As assistant stage thundered past in the stretch the pie Ture presented a sea of Bobbing Heads a As the human jumping jacks leaped High in the air. For a fleeting glimpse the pressure be 111a 11ag4>r and miss Mary Hatton accompanist. T miss Hootman stated that she 1 met ii working 011 the production for j �1 Hie Hying ponies. A a. Husch Nuin. Fairfield. Rill., it several weeks with daily rehearsals j came so great that agr. And athletics. Mrs. Eva Walker. Set Dunlin. Sum visor study Hall and music. Elizabeth i Andy Lucille Hodges Nellie Buckley. Geneva Lewis. Francis Wilder. Minnie Aleskin to h i Hilred kit excl. N Llie Smith. Lavina Miller. June England. Sin Phelan. Dorothy Marcum. Robert Cummings. Edgar Jam Rill. Robert Dii Viddie. Roger Stratton. Carl Neal. David Williams. Roy Bowman. Herbert Maness Bennie Scholl Ilar Lod Wright. Clarence Dav. Forest Mek Elvoy Donald Santorf. Elizabteh Duggins Pearl Russell Josephine Short. Josephine Tyeise Gladys Williams Eva Rue Green Dorothy Golden. Lucy love Frances Rapp. Alice Harrell. Helen Myers. Pearl Lewis. Daivs mines Lorii Homan Edna Knehans Marie Hunter. Mary Patrick and Lucille Muir. In the afternoon of Friday May is ? from two to four of clock in the Community room of the Summit school building the class Day exercises a it j. T. Montgomery chairman of Pettis county Road committee Lonnie Rock 1 evened a letter Troin the to r. Ii. Piep Moh a. Chief Engineer for the state Highway commission regarding tin plans la or tin Road work in Pettis county which in the City Hall. Will he read with interest by residents j of the entire county. Or. Montgomery s letter to or. Piepmeier with or. Piep Meior a answer follows Resolution to pave Street a Resolution providing for the grading and paving of seventeenth j Street from the East curb line of in j Gram Avenue to the West curb line j of Engineer Avenue Twenty four feet wide has Boon filed with City e11 Ginger learning a it but presented to j the regular meeting of flu City Conn Oil which will Convene monday night heated Argi ments heard county court opposed to committee but acquiesced when motion is carried by vote or. B. H. Piepmeier chief Engineer. Highway commission Jefferson City to. My dear or. Piepmeier i am in trouble. Our people Here j Are jumping on to me rough shod because of the fact that there Lias been no work done on tin North and South Road and that the Road has not even been located. They see from the press that the commission has let contracts in different counties of tin state to the full extent it it of this year s Revenue j i his discourages them and Thov 01110 to me for an explanation Ere 1 Bridge party is very pretty affair Charity Benefit entertainment of iof c. Is attended by 150�? Many gifts Are awarded a very pretty affair was Given at tin Liberty hotel by the ladies of who 1 United daughters of tin confederacy yesterday afternoon beginning at two o clock when approximately one inn \ mass meeting of tin Pettis 01111 t to bar association and citizens of i Pettis county was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o clock in the circuit 1 court room. Judge Henry Lamm president of tin Rar association pre sided at the meeting. The purpose of the meeting was to get together and consider propositions. 011 the building of the county court House. The meeting was called to or i Dor by chairman Lamm. A motion was made that a committee of twelve men be elected to meet with the county court in the matters concern 1 ing the building of a new court House. Heated debates we Ere in hear from various persons interest d. Judge Williams of the county court explained tin action tin county court has take ii 011 tin building of the new court House. Lie state d that they had gone Over various plans with differ dred and guests were in attend met architects and were now doing so. 1. F tame at a Bridge . The proceeds. Lie state d by Carl Lincoln High a Maude e. Mih a. Nashville toil 11. Hoim economics e la m ent a it v g r Ai it eke Mary demise Angle Clinton. To. Iesue Clark. Carl Junction to. I,41111 Conrad. Fayette. To. Ella Dei Ifland. Sedalia. To. Vera Hudson Windsor to. Hazel moidg4umry. Smithton to. Mary Immel. Sedalia. To. Goldie Pitman. Carterville. To. Oltie Renfrew. Sedalia. To. Beulah Wilker Floii. Otterville. To. Fler4ne< Sterling. Sedalia. To. The Boa Rel i it of 4<lueation will Lydd a 1114�?~ting th4 Early part Ltd of this week at j which time they will go Over tin second draft of the preliminary Plant for the ii4w�?T High school. Or. Greene stated that the Board is eonfi4hnt 4>f winning tin i wiil Issue j in tin sup Reiou court 011 which a de j vision will 1m Hault he Down in tie met f4w weeks. Ali stat4d that the Insul ballots were drawn up in that a us Ual manner. In View of this Confidence he stated that work is now going 4ii for tin new Summit school and that Ini time would is lost in the a nation 1 it of the schools. The infield was the cast is composed of her darn ing j thrown open shortly after two o clock pupils Many of whom have App Reil j and thousands surged into the in Lief re s4dalia audiences on numerous closure for breathing space. A a. I _ o4easi4>ns. I special awards for program i merits at school Art 1�?scene 1�?old fashioned Gardena we hop you be your smiles along Quot chorus of did fashioned. Girls Deal Smith Lucille Muir of he Barnum Grace Rush Tomu iia Hildi Hrandt Frances a up Dor Otley Mildred Courtney Sadie Triuison Frances Kelly Stella Holly Minnie Aleshi Marian arching Dot tie Roach. Song a living memories Grace. Rush and chorus toe dance pupils of Summit school who had names on Honor Rolls during past year song a Over tin song mag the pupils of this year who had their names ii the Honor Roll for per feet attendance and punctuality Der i ing tin past nine months were pres-1 enter we Ali a Beautiful certificate by superintendent of Sedalia schools c. J a. Green. The pupils receiving these awards a secrets Quot Margaret merits from the Summit school Are Dorothy Marcum. William Canton. Virgil Corson. Nellie Buckley. Everett French. Clay Mcgraw. Carl Gilert Rov Bowman. Robert Cummings. Maj j Rie Hunter. Josephine Shore Lucille Muir. Arthur to tour. Rose Dine Itao gip. Maefair Roe. Cosby Bowman. Joseph Dickey. Glenn. Gardner. Waite let Begue. Edwin Martin. Vincent Siegel. Cousley j Garden Wall Ceola Curran i when you and i were Young j i it Gie Quot Lata Loo Cox Ami. Virginia Gross song a old Oaken bucket Quot. Cen a Curran and chorus a number of the patrons. The class will was read Gilbert. Class history. Loroy Williamson. Class prop Hook Eva Hue Green. Class Poni. Roy Rowuin. Mrs. E. It. Wilkinson. A resident of the Parent teachers association then gave a very pleasing address 011 she encouraged ooch member of tin graduating it lass to push and get a High school education. The class was Given by a number of miss Helen Bower s girls. The name of the class play was. A her aunt from the characters did credit to the excellent 1 raining that miss rowers had Given them. Following the program miss Lydia d. Montgomery conducted an indoors track meet. Bennie Scholls team won in the a Snake Carl Neal steam won on the Cracker rare an i tin boys out walked tin girls in the walking relay. Refreshments of ice Cream and Eake were served to All present at the lose of the program. That the architect they letting tin contract to meets under tin auspices of tie in led had built Many court houses and Hadili athe loyalty of the pet is county com a realized will be used in charitable pro j considered Hehl and the class was entertained out. 1 Mittee to the commission was of ,01110 Small Benoit in putting Down opposition to flit plans of the commission and the engineers. We took this position because we believed it to the Best interest of the state at Large Ami because the engineers had planned a system of highways which would meet requirements better than any other system offered. Now. I am going to ask you first to locate this North and South Road through Pettis county and relieve the suspense of our people. Song a Daisy belly Dorothy and Lucille Thomas a Raymond Wilder. Leonard Corson. A a coining thru the . Following chorus daughters of the confederacy. Thu members in charge of the entertain-1 ment committee were mrs. Or. In o Rannon and mrs. J. \ Connor for tin sweepstakes the fifth card j drawn by mrs. Eva Penquite was the Lucky one and tin Beautiful Bable j lamp was received by mrs. Mollie i Ransberger. Tin favors were awarded in tin order of tin players holding highest score. The highest score rudders wore allowed 14 make their selection from second to do some hit of grading 011 i the numerous gifts presented by tie same. In View of our stand with tit commission am i asking too my ii. Please let me hear from you bar it turn mail and oblige. Very truly. J. T. Montgomery. Chairman. Veterans to discuss memorial Day program Long Wood held first c commencement kid a Rev. J. Ii. Swinney delivered address on a the temperate life to h graduates of High school tin Lei Good a Gigli school held is first comnieii4emint Friday night with a ight graduates. Tin exercises we Ere held in tin methodist Church and Rev. J. R Swinney of set Dalia made the to bless 011 a tin Temsik rat it prof. A. W. Gross is tin principal and mis Ltd is Meriwether the assistant teacher. Then have been 23 High school pupils this year. The graduates were misses a a malls. Martti i Marshall. Mary Hieronymus. Hallie Conway Ami Hazel go not in of and messers Fuget Ellis. T Eri Chaney and Carl Curry. The Nie Inlo ers of the Rte Ardt of Ethan Aftim ii Linle. Ch4y. I. Jenkins. Ass it War. Of. I it wer. D. R. Walk. Do Han lev. Anti 1 d. I Tikins. Thu be hand clerk to tin District is f. M. Chaney. Couple of tin wed Eirv Sweet Springs Wilfird n. Curry miss Mary Eliza lady Page of sect Springs it it Marrit a yest4rihiv eve Ning at four o Loek by Rev. A. Kit a Ket Doffer Mistor of tin it Christian Church at his it Ign South Ohio Avenue. Or. Curry is employed at tin local Botz printing Cut Nimby. The couple it it Yso 1 Ruth Ann arching. Marjory Rey nolds. Genevieve Tanksley. Clausine Gorrell. Grace Shem Well. Dorothy Stark. Ruth Adele Zander. Lucille Carl. Girls frail it a Brown. Marguerite got Lins. Fra in is Russell Helen Fine Duriso Kain. Mary Frances Staley. Elizabeth Griffin. Eller. A Eye Ohle tyme quadrille. Boys and girls of the Rye chorus caller Jewell Wendleton fiddler. Sue Phelan a auntie Chloe a car Dine Harriett. Taylor �?o1 lid. J04�?�.Mary Ross Hoffman a miss Dixie a. Run a do a Nelly a Jolly Pickan innies Quot by Len Ball Jane Miller in Irotha it an Russell. Ru1m\v Shemit 11. It kit May Gillian. Velina wl-4-h, Evline sailers. It tie Ann Gillman. Mary Alit i san run. Eva Sharp. Edith Brill. Mary Eliza both Hamlet. Jts Zephine Bratvo gel. Madaline Hildedrandt. Margaret Hal Croft. Geraldine cd is. Carolyn Courtney. Curtain act to in do Cox and. Margaret Cousley Martin Miller. Lucille Knowlie Etsu i my Illiams. Annar it Lle enl. Anna Mae Hull Charles Homan. Dorothy Mae j Bricken. M kurir Erickson car in Dorothy Mae Englund. Dessa Fitz a water. Irma icing Don. Lily Mae Nel a st a. Maxine Raymond. Camille Smith. Katheryn Whitley. Veil Jackson. Wil i Liam Miller. Dorothy Gilbert. Lawrence Mcbreaty. Eleanor Boetjer. Juanita . Tosei it Liine Collins j Nadine Pratt. Frankie Pratt. Edith 1 Dii key and Jessie Rule Kly. Superintendent c. A. Greene presented the following pupils of the Summit school with a perfect merits in six lit in Blanks during the past nine months lildred Kitchell. Edna Kne bans. Helen Myers. Tau y . Heir-11 ii Wilborn. Gladys Smith. Frances Sharp Madena Overstreet. Meille Varner j j Virginia policy. Taverna to mfr and j Velma Ball. Members of the g. A. R. American legion. Spanish american War veterans and sons of America will meet wednesday afternoon in the chamber of Commerce rooms at which time final arrangements Wil he made for the program 011 decoration Day. May 1 1. 4023 or. J. T. Montgomery. Attorney at Law. Sedalia to. Dear or. Montgomery to Are making plans to spend our Jessi secondary Money due Pettis county 011 thu East and West read in tie j Western part of the county. The bal j co mob Anee of your secondary roads Are in reasonably Good condition. To Hope to have this contract an for letting in june. To have been delayed some his Miller hat curing Federal approval 011 some of Sedalia merchants. Those receiving favors were mrs. R. It. Highleyman silk lingerie mrs Paul Barnett silk Host mrs. George Ferrell combination of Cream and sugar set mrs. R. A. Higdon Silver Salt and Pepper Shaker mrs. J. F. Downs silk Hose mrs. Virginia Dow House slippers mrs. Gladhill. Pair of sewing scissors mrs. Charles Campbell. House slippers Gertrude class Burn. Venetian Flower Basket mrs. Scott. Venetian and Silver Flower stand mrs. E. L. Alcorn Elee re flashlight mrs. To. S. Mcvey. Fruit m is. Herman blocks. Box Candy mrs. William Woldman. Box Candy mrs. Richard Rohn. Hair nets Alberta Lydick. Silk Hose Helen Gould phonograph record mrs. E. P. Consolation favors were a awarded to made a speciality of court houses. Members of the county court As Well As some of the lawyers were opposed to tin motion calling for the committee. Active part in the debate was taken by Royy. Rucker James Montgomery judge Kennedy judge Longan w. D. Steele and others. Many of the members of the bar were opposed to the proposition of establishing the circuit court room on thu third floor with 110 Levator. It was pointed out that this room is used More than any other room in the court House. That More people Are involved in tin transactions of tin circuit court than Are involved in any other part of tin county s system it was then pointed out that this room should be so situated that convenience be made greatest for the greatest number. Law was read 011 the action thu county court should take in construct ing a court House. The first thing to be loin is tin appointment of a superintendent. Members of the court stated that this As yet had not been done. Motions were offered to Amend thu motion to make thu committee appointed by tin county court. This was discussed and voted Down. Thu previous motion was Pur before thu House and votes taken Aye and no. Thu motion was declared old recent projects. You can assure mrs. T.41 i 1 your people that we will do every Rouge or Kidd. J. L. Passed and a list of names was read Box 1 a. Is frown t1 l Ujj Jujj. The county court then Sullivan. Itu nut Grotto smoker thursday the members of the Avdalla Grotto will be guests at a social session i and smoker 011 thursday evening at j eight o clock to he held at the Grotto j Hall. The smoker and session is being held for the purpose of creating i Strong interest in thu ceremonies to Ltd j be held at the Sedalia theatre 011 i june 0. Yesterday a a results to serve time in Pettis col qty jail 1 a. 4 National league at Brooklyn a or. Louis 5. At new York 1 Cincinnati 1. At l Lii Ludelphia 11 Chicago 4. At Boston 0 Pittsburg 5. A t Quot to tiling we possibly can to get the Sec Ondry a roads under contract n the earliest possible Date. In reference to thu North and South read wish to advise that the commission it its last meeting approved the Road going directly North from the Missouri Pacific depot us tic primary Road location conditional upon the necessary right of Way icing secured. The location of thu Road South of be Daba has been before thu commission at different times but no decision Lias toilet Artie tie Beautiful quilt made and donated by mrs. Rettie of Rannon will be awarded at some future Date. The ladies in charge of the nor Tannu in wish to extend thanks to All those who assisted in making the party such a Brilliant Success. Sedal1an is member How removed from the room and returned selecting the following six names from the list As they stated that six would i in easier to work with than twelve. The names won put to a vote and passed As follows w. I it. Wade w. O. Jackson. Clem Jones j. T. Montgomery. Will Powell and George Wilker son. The meeting was then adjourned. Central and Loward Payno colleges a nuuil4r of be Leral prisoners from Kansas City will arrive 011 train no. Id today. They will la i taken to the Pettis county jail to serve the remainder to their sentences. It is estimated that fourteen will be brought Here by officials. American league Detroit 1 Boston 0. At Detroit 4 Boston 0. At Cleveland a Quot it Philadelphia 2. At Chicago 4 Washington a. At st. Louis a new York 5. Van Payne Board cd rat oks j k m in of re urns k per. F. M. Inlow. Pastor of thu j first Baptist Church returned to this a to yesterday morning from Kansas Quot by. Whore he attended thu Southern Baptist convention which was in session there. Rev. Inlow reports thu right of Way from a Point about four 1st Root is a member of thu Board of j convention a Largo Success. He will be on hand to preach at boil ser ices at the Church Toda v. Been readied. As tie matter now j no Fayette. Mo., Are now affiliated stands it is left very largely Partiful colleges or. Paul ii. Linn being thu arly Cole Camp As to whether or nor 1 president of both institutions. Rev. They can secure for us thu necessary p Swinney of ,315 West fourth Camp Southwest a t t today a games scene 2�?little red school he a ump to Acher miss kete Hein. Ceola Curran or supervisor nit h or Rast to it a. Jewell wendedt01nomah Large will i ,1, in Dalia continued 011 Page eight won with military contest word has l�4en received by or. Ami mrs. John it Doughlin from their son. Philip Mclaughlin of the Kemper Mili tary Academy. In his letter you suites that Luis Captain of one of the of Panit a who enter in the recent military tactic Campaign. Mclauglin s company won the contest. National league Cincinnati at Brooklyn. St. Louis at new Ork. Only two games scheduled. Miles West of Colt Erly to Lincoln. We will probably make some additional surveys at this particular location before we can determine what right of Way to secure. When miss is done and thu right of Way is guaranteed to us. The commission will i glad put make its decision in regard t. Thu primary work so As to get me construction under Way 011 the primary Road in your Vicinity. Willi Best wishes to you. I am. Yours very truly. B. Ii. Piepmeier. Chief Engineer. Curators and Lias been notified to he present Friday at 7 3d p. M. For the first meeting of the Board. Rev. J Swinney expects to be present and his family will go with him for a visit with relatives and for College commencement. Partition suit hied a partition suit was filed circuit court yesterday by a. Morgan against Roxy Armstrong and Ermma Armstrong. In the Quincy Ford roadster stolen a Ford roadster the property of Stanley Shaw of to Shaw music company was reported to the to Ici As stolen some time last night Felt m where it was parked at 10s fast fifth Street. The automobile is is 102.1 Model. A t. Kenshaw reported 111 w. T. Renshaw is reported As being slightly ill at his Home on South la mint Avenue. The weather american league Washington at st. Louis. Philadelphia sit Detroit. New York at Chicago. Boston at Cleveland. Of. To meet tin regular weekly Noonday luncheon to it of tin Hoard of directors and officers of the it handier of Coiner of will meet tuesday noon is the Hibic Braudt hotel. Al tin Barber shop reopens 1 it. It k Templeton barter of 1 is South Ltd Hio Avenue of Penn for Busini is yesterday following a three Day close Down for tin purpose of redecorating a a. T t Missouri a partly Cloudy Mon shop Day unsettled with probably showers cooler in East a portion sunday. Genuine Mobil oils. 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