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FLOR.V, ILLINOIS, Till KSD.VV. MARCII J«K ItU.t
FLORA PUBLIC SCHOOLS ENROLL SIX HUNDRED
Fifteen Grade Teachers Employed and Superintendent ior These Six Hundred Pupils
ADVANCEMENT SHOWN IN ALL UNES
A peiiuil nl Icll (l;i\> will claiiM' Im'- lore tlie flintrai't is tinally awardpil.
Kiinliieer Harper, of lielle\!lle. 111., was presetit at the meetitijr i>f the licianl, aiui assured the itoard tlial each of these tirms were tit present eariyiinr iitilai>re eoiitract^iiiillfTerent seet Ions cif the state, and had tlie neeessaiy facilities, ahllity and re- sdtircpsto fultill any eniitraet entered into liy tliem. Kaoh of the tirms aecom- panied their liids witlu-eititied checks coveriiifrten percent, ofthe a|ir>rre>rate of their proposals. lnuisville Ue¬ piihlican.
SOME CONSOLATION FOR THE "BULL MOOSER"
Our Township High School Will Be One
of the Best in the State When
A. I?. I>ieppard, secretary of City ,Sch«il Board has visited and oliserved the work In all the rooms,
Klora's City school now employs lifteen grade teachers and a superin- teiideiit, and has an enrolliiient of .six hundred pupils.
I am ureal ly pleased witli the con¬ dition of the whool after liavinjr vis¬ ited all the rooms. The teachers are iiiakinK strong efforts for the advance¬ iiieiit of the pupils and there is aj)- parenl desire of the chiNiren to do their liest. The condition is very Kratifyiiiii indeed. Parents are giving the scliool hearty support, this Is what they should do, and musl con¬ tinue ^to do, therehy encouraging the teachers and pupils in the work.
The County Superintendent of Sehools has con.sented to give us a special tinal examination of "th and .'