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title: 'The Rich Hill tribune. (Rich Hill, Mo.) 1903-1911, May 13, 1909, Image 1',
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RICH DILL I USOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 13, igoa.
GRADUATING CLASS, 1909.
Top row. 1. ft to i ilit- -El hoi WaUon, James Rand, Winnie Sheppard, Irene Ree., Nita Rees,
Cleo Craig. (v;t! oh tot iant. Myrtle Martin.
Second ll v - li.t- IU 1 iix n. (sliit(.rian), John Creasy. Lulu Harrows, Georgia' Ferrell, llayzle
Kerrors, ElaAIms. T'.l.ls "'
Pottom Row-Luh r Fry, F.lar Springer, Frank Wilson. Ivan Corbin, G L.lir Fe.ter
Not in I'jtiuje IN si- V. Wilkinson and Opal Hereford.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL TEAM.
Out- f thu lloHthi tliUl'nrt f .MUiurl
Coimiiuiieomeiit Kvi-rcUi-a to It,
lli'lil WcclllUMtltiy, .Mi- lftli.
Fire Boys Carnival.
Flans E:::j L!:!i Fcr Eij Week
J:! 5' .3 lift.
The CojEmoDCCncemeat exercises cfihe Kith ITdl II 5i S ?r 1
will be held in the ( jix-ra Hoose next V.v ;-. jj Kht. Tuie
are twenty in the E'aJnatic? class- Te c! address will be .t
lirered tj Elitr L. II. Koepsc!, of the First CLrUtiaa Charclj.
Tlie Dace alaan ale seriuon will be r reathe i Ly lief. V.'. H. Uar
grove. cf the M. E. Church, Scath, Suc-hv.- r.::'ht at the OiriatUs
Top row:-Corbin. F. Wilson, A. Wilson, Capt.. Klumpp.; Koontz
Bottom:-Prof. Crenshaw. Coach, Craig.
si- ! v' ) ; ; - v
Plans are being made for a bie
Ch nival week to be held in V. is
citv 5th to llh, inei'i-ivM. i. r
th- netlt ot the Kich Hi I Fir
Di';artinent. llie prH 'ii - f
th carr.nfcl will b" us-l t-o p i -C'l.'e
h fir tfNtn, ' W '1 Is d-
der outfit, and fOi-f-r n-td"d cp
pliance. The fire boys here netd a am
and hook and ladder outfit to
make the work of the depart
ment faster and - more effective.
Monday mornirir the fir
and a few of our r'
r tn- with th- -i
an- discussed the loatt r
Guv nt-il sw in favor of th.
Tuesday Frank Mhvi
purty of the fW m w. ? t
S. oil to see the Parker A
m t l uipuiv, ' :i tl.
getting them here for the
This is the largest carnival com
pany in the country.
The plan is to have a monster
4th of July celebration Monday,
July Oth, the carnival during the
week and close the week by-
having the tt. P. O. E.. M. W. A ,
W. O. W.. I. O. O. P.. etc.. take
c avw Saturday
This ill he n - .
wt eks in tlie hisior of lln lb .
W. uh for announcenient" hi d
hi- the "HHter" inuk' tin
tiru department the best in the
s'ate for a city of D000 people.
Rich Hiii s Il:gii Schcfd has an
enroiim- "t aout X': is ac
: I : d
Sept. Cotlnscn Re-fccted.
f - !
v. : "x
Sfi'T. L F. Robinmn.
Ml.-. Ji. UA FLAMMING.
Tho Girl's Literary and Musical Club of the High School.
Attorney W I). J.uk-on, ofj Quite a crowd of young people
Duller was a liich Hill victor ! from (u-ro spnt Sandiy at 111
Mondar ' ley's Dluffs and all report a gixnl
R. 11. ir-K.ter leturr.ed home j J(ini ,, KricRer wa9 a Kans:i!t
Monday fro n u h it "t I jt'iiy visitor Sunday'
Garden City Mo. i
j Mis. 1 M. GiiniUi retunvd
Miss E iit!i Ciunj.U 1!, of 5ul j h'.ne? Moud;y from a viiit with
ier is tieitiijg fiivtuls Juthis cjt). her pareuU in N'vacU.
The White S x. or rather part
of them, .r.t ti Fort Scott Sun.
day aiii wet e defeated lo to 0
Tito boy l..ive iv t regularly or
v.'iir.i.'. d y-t i d th came was
played vvi! i.v any practice
what ever. I.iier ou tlie ' Ktorieti
of the nanu s uiil xound entirely
The school board met Tuesday
of last week and reelected Supt
Is. F. RitjinMn for another year.
Prof. lloh!::st:n has been &upvr
intendent of schools here fer
f-ur years and has given .ti
fac'ion. We have known Prof. Frank
Robinson for a number of year
and do not think a belt-r man
could Ih found for superintend
ent of Rich llilia Public Sch l
J MSn EM.V M.VTTIVGLV.
Si t : i. is the girl's
see ..!.:.:, it to run sway ia
t':- i. s .. r.
17, t tl V U U I I
I JOSS t3S UXi lotk.
Andrew Lyons the dredge
Uat mau who dug the Miimi
Literal is undoubtedly a victim i f j
bard luck. Last Friday, when he
only had about twentv feet to dig
to complete his contract, tlie
machinery broke down neves
silating a dc'.ay. Mr. Lyons was
in town last Friday cveniua and
said that the btvat would n!y
i juiprarily repaired a as to be
ablo to finish the work, as it is
to bo tru down aayv 3 v.
m e- i . , i nul,
of Nv.i... v. h..v n iivr wsy to
NebiaKA t- be n.jrrievi to a
'mat! (;;! !l aeroy" husband.
W.s kS, ; ly Ni!.fp.!ice :
man Startle M-.-i:day tr.orcsiitrg
as te.iui'.ed by a tlegrau frei:i
the wis!' father. The girl had a
ticki t i-i'.-i!.t through to
Nvbraa. Her prospective bus
b.md !. d beta 1.,-r t.rty cV iiars to
make t':.. ti i,i o; ar.d v. ) dvbt is
ai.3ii.'U.'y aivall.l.4 i.ef ul't ivah
Her f.'.ih. r arrived at i:a
? Sjinrtino Goods.
H T. - ea ! t.f F..V.. D.AtuonJ. M
.- ii these tine spring j
Is .a- team leady !
If iu t, then get ready ut f
the v, . t comply t.' sportii'.x !
g"v.U ft. c'; ia Rith LIlS. '
l-.erythir.j; l.vic is of I
the I . .sta-dard
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