Morgan County News - History - April 1965

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County Officials For A Day

    Thursday, April 22, 1965, was All-County Day in Morgan County when students from the four high schools were permitted to serve as county officials. The students participating posed for this photo during the lunch hour at the American Legion Building.
    The students and the office they held for the day were: front row, from left: Shirley Marlow, Attendance Teacher: Bill Wattenbarger, Clerk and Master; Carol Sexton, Attendance Teacher: Billy Cross, Assistance County Agent; all from Central High; second row, from left: George Lowe, County Attorney, Mary Ann Childs, County Court Clerk, Lanny Huddleston, County Judge; Freda Woods, Supervisor of Schools; all from Coalfield High; third row, from left Mary Comer, Speech and Hearing Teacher, Ted Mehlhorn, Register of Deeds, Judy Honeycutt, Circuit Court Clerk, Fred Snow, County Court Clerk, all from Oakdale High; and fourth row, from left: Patricia Greer, Trustee, Carl Cromwell, Superintendent of Schools, Mary Lou Cromwell, Clerk and Master and Larry Rich, Sheriff, all Sunbright High students.
    The event is sponsored annually by the Brannon-Kreis American Legion Post. Post Commander John Barry and Post Commander Ross H. Williams, Jr., officiated. The lunch was served by the Legion Auxiliary. Assistant County Agent George C. Mays made the picture.