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m -art' . ._.. .'.. ». s •' 14 PAGES The Flora -Record PART ONE YOU SHOULD READ THE JOURNAL-RECORD ^THE NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER IN CLAY COUNTY VOLUME XIV THB JOCRKAl., vol. 8S No. 4a FLORA. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1925 rat- NUMBER 5 BUJIIIESS FKR'S inCIIT CONNERCIAL CLDB Meetlnc to be HeM Nest Monday MlBht. October IWh, 6:«0 O'clock. M. B. CHURCH BASEMENT The October monthly meeting ot the Iflora Commercial Club . will be held la the M. B. church basement «t a-.tS p. ra., Honday, Oct. 1». The speeiai feature will be Bus¬ lnsss Iken's night and It is hoped that evsr^ member of the Club will be prasent. The speaker tor the erening will be 9iM A. Rusaell, ot the College ot Colimerce at Urbana. Mr. Russell's apeettSty Is the salesmanship depart- Sttat^ot the College ot'Commerce. He bas made addrelees In Illinois and Indiana to business men's as- soelatlons and has giren instructions la' salesmanship to retail clerks in difTArent cities. Jewell Valbert.who Is secreUry of the Champaign Cham>ier of . Commerce, highly ree- commends Mr. Russell, Ticket committee Is dls and. Faye Keith. ¦ V LADIES' NIOHT Each .m'ember ot the Club may hny a ticket for himself and his wits. This community was shocked and saddened Friday when the news of the sudden death of Anthony J. Kern¬ steln, one of Flora's best known and respected citisens. became known. A. O. Qad- KNTBRTAIN8 CLUB Mound road. THE JOirRNAL-RECORb'S PRIZE OFFER Mrs. W. E.' Wood entertained her club members in her usual gracious manner Wedoesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. M. R. Jacoby of Lex¬ ington, Ky., games and congests being carried out proved to be the after¬ noon pastime. The dining room was prettily dec¬ orated in keeping with Halloween, paiqpklns, black cats and witches vetjr artistically, arranged. annonnced last week. Is attracting S?"^ */ J*"' ..^2. r,^ ?I^ *?• I 'eady sereral have called and are ar- ?If-'^';S''„°*°°.f'^'"?K °"'- '^"•'•tanging to try for the pretty gifts. Misses Nelle and Dorothy We will assist all with names of per- Those who enjoyed the hospital- ^^^ should be taking the Jour- Ules of this lovebr party were: Mrs. ,.,^ j g^^ j^^ ,,,, ,„ Mrs. Jas. McOregor Mrs. A. H. Hart- ii j^e Eastman camera are real man, Mrs. Henry Irwln, Mrs L. M. L,„.rt, .nil worth «trlvln» for Wood. Mrs H. W Shriner, Mrs Chas. r^E^'cb" and ev'er "pirs" who pay. Thomas. The guesu were: Mrs. M. , „„g t, , choice of three R. Jacoby and daugbter, Emma, - Mrs. WaUer Wood. NEW CITY PAVING PROPOSITION ' A. 3. KERNSTBIN 'ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS Last spring, uotlces were sent by the Flora city authorities to property owners proposing the paTlng of cer¬ uin streets. QulU a number ot tha property ownera affecUd oVganlsed in opposition and the project waa dropped. "The flrst ot this week proposed paving notices were sent property owners, but the paving plan has been modlfled and ts not so large a pro¬ gram as the tormer one. Following are the streets to be paved: One bloekAf Blm street from Nortu, svenne to Seoond street. Second street, beginning at the southeast corner of the J. L. Tlbbs garage building to connect with North avenue, thence north to Second -St.. dressing tbe B. * O. railroad, thenee east to Olive street—Just west of fhe public school buildings. Tbird street beginning at north Main street, thence east to Olive street. Fourth street beginning at north Main street, thence east to Foster street. Olive street from east North ave¬ nue to Third street. North Main street from Eighth street to Tenth street, from the Cath¬ olic church block to the Flora hos¬ piUl. ' South Side Flora avenue tteglnning at south Main street, thence east to Locast street. Locust street north from Flora ave¬ nue to east Washington street— passing west of high school building. • Washington street from Locust straet, west to south Main street. FLORA WI.NS HARD OAME - FROM CARMI The Flora High School team up¬ set tbe dope and defeated the Carmi team st Carmi last Saturday by the score ot II to 7. Flaying straight football trom the PUBUC SCHOOL NOTES School work was resumed Isst Thursday after a three days vaca- I tlon for the County Teachers' meet- The end came suddenly and without'gurt to t'he flnishing wMstle. Flora'. Several teachers »"•"
|Masthead||The Flora Journal Record|
|Geographic Coverage||United States, Illinois, Clay County, Flora|
|Description||An Archive of the Flora Journal-Record Newspaper in Flora, Illinois. Flora Digitial Newspapers Collection.|
|Subject||Flora (Ill.) - Newspapers, Clay County (Ill.) - Newspapers|
|Rights||Digitized with permission from current newspaper publisher.|
|Contributing Institution||Flora Public Library|