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i Grade School Lightweight Champions of the State--Arthur Coveted Championship Trophy in Hands of Arthur Ca Left fo righf: Front Row--Randolph, Schuetz, Blaase, Hoyf, aye. Back Row-- Anderson, H. D., White, Sheldon, Stock, Gaibreath, Anderson, G. D., D. G. Waf- kins, principal, John Nash, Coach. State Grade School Licjhfweicjhts From Offawa Place Second The six ma;nsfays on the Arthur team came forward to rece:ve the troph c;pl D. G. Wafkins, left, is quite proud of his Dupiis accompiishmenf. Coal of C::ssna Park is shown conqratuJatinq Herbert H'z, manager of the tournet success. President N. Van Cleve of Chatham. of the arade school assoc:atlan, made presentation o{ the froph:es. Coach John N,s, riqhf, was too happy much.  Lincoln Central Third Place Winners in State Grade Tad Ott+ Final Tue$ Arthu Was( Tourn Arthur c to wi in t end met ( anc The abn SOme ach of t aninous on.ship t, ley Won : r the cla ark was ttend th es when -22 scot issna wa than f, night Ott on. Arthur the wi Tt Left fo Right: Front Row--Suehr, Anderson, W., Anderson, K., Osborn. Back Row--Potter, Damman, Myers, Zueqe, Donnelly. Coach--Russel icktes. Cissna Park Won Fourth Place, State Grade Lightweight Meet Left to Right: Front Row--R. Froehlincj, Munsterman, Reidy, Rechhemmer, Gooken. Bate Row--Sfaubus, Sfeidinqer H. Froehling, Schmidt. Coach: Elmer Shaw. a ti J for AJ Left fo Right: Front Row--Koh!or, Day:s, Bauqhn, Werkman, R:tcharf. 'eto thet$ --WilJlamson, erqman Cmsfock Be yea, Human. Coach W. A. Cra ' ' . cor llint f( Arthur s Fans as Peppy as Team, Applaud An Arthur  ete Arth one et rn: terr Grade Tourney (Continued from Page 5) Schuetz, f ............ 2 0 GIbreath, f ......... 0 1 Hoyt, C ............. 1 0 Blaae, g ........... 0 0 White, g ............ 0 0 Anderson, g ........ 5 0 Total .......... 10 2 0 0 10 22 ]Llneoln Cent. (12) FG. ]LP, Tq Koehler, f .......... 1 0 2 Rltehaxt, f ......... 0 0 " 0 Belyea, f ............ 0 0 0 Werkman, c ........ 0 0 0 .rg0mn, c ......... 0 0 0 Williaon,  ....... 3 0 6 Comstock, g ........ 2 0 4 Tota ............ 6 0 12 Ot'ws, (2@) FG. FT. T'I Potter, f . 4 1 9 W. Anderson, f ...... 1 0 52 Donnelly, f ......... 2 Dammen, c ......... O 0 0 Osborne, c .......... O Suehr, g ............ 1 0 2 4 Myers, g ............ 1 0 2 Totals ........... 9 2 20 Shake Hands lth Governor Principal Shaw took his players and cheer leaders to Springfield Tuesday where they visited histor- cal points and were received by Governor Green who gave them all a hearty handshake and his best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Renner, sons Billy and Philip, of Pekln, arrived Wednesday to visit for sev- eral days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rennet. Donk.ey Ball , Coming Here Future Farmers of America, of the Mount Pulaski Township High + School will sponsor a Donkey Bas- ketball game to be held in the higl school gymnasium Tuesday, March 18 at 7 p. m. Fathers of Future Farmers will play a team made up of business aa professional men. Tickets will be on sale Friday by all members of FFA. Admis- sion 15 and 25c in advance. 25 and 35c at the door. MOUNT PULASKI WOMAN'S CLUB .MEETS MARCH 14 The present season of the Mount Pulaski Woman's Ch:b has been in line with the years of successful and instructive meetings. The club will meet next in St. John's Lutheran church at 2:30 p. m. Fri- day, March 14, under the depart- ment of Motion Pictures, whieh Mrs. Wilford Scroggin is program chairman. Music for the occasion will be furnished by the Woman's Club chorus, under the direction of Mrs. George S. Connelly. An address on the ,mbject, "The Modern Pied Piper," will be given by Mrs. Richard M. McClure or Ghicago. The March hostesses, Mesdames G. P. Wait, T. A.. Scroggin, Roy Lucas, %V. G. Kautz, Hahn, Dan J. Cheek, Claude Litterly, Shull, William A. J. Smith, George A. Volle, J. W'ill Smi'[h, Stotl, Herbert Stivers, Wecke], Misses Clara I Norma Schahl and Mary This is to remind you t A. V. Class of the church will sponsor Set, col in the church i dining room on the , VCednesday, March 19, National Foods be in harge. On expense in obtaining services, an admission will be charged. dially invited to atten&