County - 1929
Lucille Ford and Adrian K. Engle were married Sept.
11. Miss Alice G. Robbins and Cecil V. Bastian were
married Sept. 11. Miss Virginia Hatton and George
Weller were married Sept. 11.
following additional young people enrolled in
various colleges and universities. J.B. Murphy,
Northwestern University, Chicago; Miss Helen Harris
and Arthur Carlson,Culver-Stockton; Carl Pike and
Leonard Robey, St. Louis University; Miss Elizabeth
Moss, Hardin College, Mexico.
Jayne Jr., youngest son of A.S. Jayne of this city,
passed the bar examinations in the state of Indiana.
He was the third Jayne brother to be admitted to the
bar, his older brothers, Ed Jayne and Harold Jayne,
were practicing in Memphis.
Knights of Columbus elected the following officers:
W.B. Fahy, grand knight; A.F. Ritter, deputy grand
knight; Joseph Quinn, chancellor; T.J. Christian,
recorder; W.R. Yates, advocate; Norvin Yates,
treasurer; Sterling Hays, David Keating and Charles
Montgomery, guards. W.R. Yates had held the office
of advocate in the local council for 20 years
continuously since organizing. He was 83 years of
former Monroe Citian, Mrs. Vera Kliffmiller Bell,
30, was one of 74 passengers who lost their lives
when the San Juan sank off the coast of San
Francisco. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Kliffmiller, residing near Warren at this
four classes in Monroe City high school elected the
following officers for the 1929-30 school year:
- Edward Wood, president; Margaret Arnold Henderson,
vice president; Wade Walker, secretary-treasurer;
- Edith Ripperdan, president; Lorraine Tuley,
vice president; Elizabeth Giddens,
secretary-treasurer; sophomore -Alice Marsh,
president; Minnie Karr, vice president; Ruth Ella
Ketsenburg, secretary-treasurer; freshman -Raymond
Hicks, president; Jack Minor, vice president; Arthur
following officers were elected by the U. D. C.
chapter: Mrs. G.E. Chipman, president; Mrs. L.W.
King, vice president; Miss Tomye Ely, recording
secretary; Mrs. L. L. Hagan, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. W. W. Fuqua, treasurer; Mrs. J. N.
Southern, chaplain; Mrs. L. M. Wood, historian. Mrs.
Chipman, Mrs. Southern and Mrs. Wood were selected
as delegates to the state convention.
story in the "News" in connection with the
36th anniversary of the opening of the Cherokee
Strip in Oklahoma revealed that W. M. Patterson of
this city and the late James Medcalf, husband of
Mrs. Amy Medcalf, were among the 50,000 or more
persons making the run for a homestead.