Student journalists working on these print or electronic media chose from 42 yearbook categories and 51 digital media categories for individual or staff entries.###These awards reflect entries produced between June 16, 2012 through June 15, 2013. Jordan Richards, “Bubble Tea,” , Ledyard High School, Ledyard, CT. Larry Guessfield and Monica Khatri, “Clean sweep,” Spotlight, Francis Howell High School, St. Alex Herrera, “The spirit of homecoming brings joy,” , Guilderland High School, Guilderland Center, NY. Anna Robertson, “Talent,” The Wrangler, George Ranch High School, Richmond, TX;3. Staff, At the Bay, Granite Bay High School, Granite Bay, CA. Minjae Steve Cho, The Raven, Portsmouth Abbey School, Portsmouth, RI; CM. Callie Smith, “The hunter’s treat,” These awards reflect entries produced between November 2, 2011 through November 1, 2012. Ana Schonander and Brooke Wilkens, “Stop bullying,” Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, CT;2.Because CSPA dates its awards by the year in which they are given, they are known as the 2013 Gold Circle Awards for Newspapers. Noelle Clark and Samantha Zambrano, “OMG girlz,” Prowler, Stony Point High School, Round Rock, TX; CM. ” The Viking, Loudoun Valley High School, Purcellville, VA; CM. Jake Knight, , Woodrow Wilson High School, Washington, DC. Single Subject News or Feature Package, Two Pages, Double-truck or Special Section Design Broadsheet format1. Catherine Amour, Adi, Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT; CM. Meredith Hosek, “Over fried cod fish,” , The Hockaday School, Dallas, TX. Informational graphics No awards were given in this category. Informational graphics: Portfolio of work No awards were given in this category. Because CSPA dates its awards by the year in which they are given, they are given, they are known as the 2013 Gold Circle Awards for Yearbooks. Staff, “Administration should explain reasoning behind new policies,” , Lakewood High School, St. Grace Sutherland and Cynthia Thomas, “Think before you talk,” Convent of the Sacred Heart, Greenwich, CT;3.Then beginning life by purchasing eighty acres of adjoining land on credit, he cleared the incumbrance by the profit on one year's tobacco crop, and from that time gradually added to his farm until he now owns over 500 acres of land in this and Skelton Townships. Adams maintains control over his'lands, which are being worked by a step-son. Armstrong was born in Evansville, Ind., January 30, 1846, but when only one year old his parents removed to Newburgh, in this county, where he was reared and received his early schooling. He enlisted in Company E., Sixty-fifth Indiana Volunteer Infantry, serving three years as private, engaging in the battle of Nashville, siege of Atlanta, and participating in many of the hard-fought battles of the campaign.He helped organize the Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Boonville, of which he is a member. ARMSTRONG, partner in the legal firm of Handy, Armstrong & Cockrum, is the eldest in a large family of children born to Stephen and Nancy (Bennett) Armstrong, who were natives respectively of Indiana and Ohio, and are now residents of Spencer County, this State. At the age of eighteen years he began the study of law in the office of J. Dailey, of Boonville, remaining with him about one year and a half, when he entered the Cincinnati Law School. Armstrong opened an office for the practice of his profession in Evansville, but shortly thereafter was compelled to relinquish legal pursuits, by reason of failing health, and for some time following was engaged in boating on the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. At the close of the war he returned to his native county and located on the farm upon which he now lives. Baker is a Prohibitionist in politics, and he and wife are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.) I love you, not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you. Got own place, 61 acres of fruit, grapes, oysters, berries, & farm plus 40 acres of timber. Foreman for Cement Contractors & also finisher; foreman of Construction, Public Works Dept., for the City of . - , Ponca City, Kay and Osage Counties, Oklahoma; married 1944, Gladys Bryant They had posterity. (1976) He was the son of the late Herman and Edna Greene of Xenia and resided here until two or three years ago. Andrew's Statement: I am the clament in the above claim - a great injury years ago I applied for a pension in claim #217559 - it was rejected. I have no property at all of any kind and I am dependent in what little labor I can do and Charity. Indigent Soldier's fund and also assisted by the Trustees of Xenia township of Greene Co., Ohio - 30 June 1890. - Lindzy Lee Annis - Stephanie Diane Annis - Joshua Charles Annis - Jamie Lee Annis - Brook Johnson; married Frank Bray; (of Oregon) - Blanch Cover, born ; (1880 Census - in Ohio); died , Ravenna, Portage, Ohio; married , William E.I love you, not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me. I love you, for putting your hand into my heaped-up heart, and passing over all the foolish, weak things that you cant help dimly seeing there, and for drawing out, into the light, --- all the beautiful belongings that no one else had looked quite far enough to find. Thomas Milton Greene and son and daughter of Dayton, Ohio. Put in at Queens Town, Ireland & towed up the river to Cork, Ireland. Chief Engineer on Tug Echo, a Fire Boat, largest & most powerful on the Sound at that time: 2000 gal/minute. - Deborah Christine Jump, born , Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky; died - Harold Dawson Jump, born , Williamstown, Grant, Kentucky; died ; married Mary _____ - Raymond Ervin Jump (1926 - 2007), born , Owenton, Owen, Kentucky; died ; ( (Images). - Julie Ann Jump (of Independence, Kentucky) - Pamela Jean Jump; married (1) Paul Mc Kean; (of Elko, Nevada) They had posterity. He is survived by two brothers, Omar of Cincinnati and Carl Greene of Dayton and two sisters, Mrs. [Tradition from correspondence: "Dear cousin Tommy - Hazel a double cousin, makes you the same as a first cousin, don't it? Morgan, born , Palmyra Township, Portage, Ohio; died They had posterity.
As local, centrally based companies they are much more down-home in nature, often friendlier (than large Class Is), and are just more fun to watch than the big roads. This year attracted 12,847 entries produced by students at colleges, universities and secondary schools throughout the United States.Judges cited a total of 1,780 winners for either First, Second or Third Place or for Certificates of Merit for those deemed worthy of honorable mention in a category.He was an enterprising and successful farmer and led an exemplary life; his death occurred November 4, 1884.His widow came to Warrick County with her parents about the year 1840, and Charles Dillingham, her father, was one of the early and prominent settlers.
I love you, because you are helping me to make of the lumber of my life, not a tavern, but a temple. The family extends many thanks for the beautiful floral offerings and also appreciate the kindness and assistance of their neighbors and friends during the sad bereavement of their husband and father]; [Research Note: Death record differs from family records, in stating name as: Jacob Homer Greene, died , Xenia, Greene, Ohio; burial ; birth date given as , in Ohio, having no exact birth place recorded; he is correctly noted as stone mason, married, son of Andrew Green, father, born Pennsylvania; his mother, Matilda Thompson, also born Pennsylvania]; [Jacob Green, listed as an employee of the Hennessey Brothers & Evans Company, of Chicago, Contractors of the Green County Court House; , Xenia, O.; from Images of America, Greene County Ohio Time Capsule of 1901.];, were baptized at the same time and place, on 14 June 1908, in a creek at Xenia, Greene, Ohio, USA. California & there joined Whaler William Baylies Steam & Sail. Discharged at end of trip & went back to USA on a British Liner: White Star. - Kelly Martin Mc Kean, born , Riverside, Riverside, California; died , Florence, Boone, Kentucky;  - [Jesse Mc Kean; Shaun Mc Kean; Kade Mc Kean; (sons; all of St. I am not sure but I think I made a wrong statement, when I said it was Hazel and my Grandfather's brother, that had his ship that brought Tea from England, confiscated, when conflict came, but it was near ancestry, as Uncle Andy (Andrew) told Pearly." "Mother always claimed she was a Dunkard". My father, Jacob Hoover Greene, sometimes told stories of his youth using Dutch phrases, he learned as a child at home. - Mary Cora Morgan, born born ; died ; married , William P. - Helen Mullis, born ; died - Nancy Mullis; married Edwin Chuck Johnson - Charles C. Cover; (1880 Census - age 5, born 1875, in Ohio); buried ; married Etta M.