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lS5W??raSB! FLORA. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. APRIL 28. 1921 JJUMBERi2 BOND ELECTION FOR UGHT PUNT Improvement Ha^ ]3cen Set by Flora City ConncU for Saturday. May Sl 980.500 AMOUNT ASKED FOR At the Monday night meeting ot tbe Flora city council two ordinances were passed preparatory to placing before the electorate of our city the proposition of voting - bonds in the sum of $29,600 for extensive im- improvements to the oity light plant Both ordinances will be found iU' this issue of tbe Journal-Record. Bead them. . The present electric light plant of the city has b^dp^in operation for 24 years and, as tne average lite of a ilant is 20 years, it will be seen tbat measures must be taken for consid¬ erable improvement lo the present tacilities or, we may suffer a com- Jplete suspension of light and power service for the municipality The sum of $29,600 is the limit for whtch Flora can vote bonds and Is the least poarible amounl tbat will place the plant in condition lo give first-class service for a long term of years. No citizen who has the real present and futnre needs of Flora at heart can afford to vote against the prop¬ osition, either from a persoual or community viewpoint. We will have more facts to publish later. m YEAR OLD LAD DROWNED IN RESERVOIR Manford Leo Travis He^ts Deatii in Wntrr Lnst Saturday While Fishing BODY SOON RECOVERED FRIDAY BIG DAY We want all the children of Flora undm- six years of age to attend the . Jcllnlis in the Worthington buiidil^g, Friday p. m., 2:80 to 6:00. Bring tbe children sick or well, we want to have a record of every child. This Is tor statistics. You will get some valuable Information for your baby's health. OAY PARTY AT THE HOME OF DR. H. W. LANE Mrs. H. W. Lane and Mrs. C. H. Moll were hostesses Tuesday night at the former's home on East Sixth St. to a circle of friends. The party was pronounced one of the most en¬ joyable social functions of the season. Tie hostesses displayed clever inge¬ nuity ta the unique games and con¬ tests carried oul. There was not a dull moment from the time the guests entered the hospitable dopr nntll the laat gale of laughter died away. Each guest was requested to appear or wear sodietblng suggest¬ ing the title of a bnoV. C. D. Rus¬ sell carried off the prize, which was one of the season's popular books. A "Mood Test" on Edison was con¬ ducted by R. J. Cunningham which proved interesting and unusual. A hat trimming contest by the men of the party was great fun, and the creations turned out by these erst¬ while .'' 'Illners were fearfully and wondetiuUy made. By patience and artistic ability Mr. Cunningham car¬ ried off the prize. Partners were found for refreshment tables by play¬ ing progressive "Up Jinx". A dainty luncheon of pineapple sherbet, dark and white cake, coffee and mints: with fruit punch served through out the evening were greatly enjoyed by all. The hostesses were compliment¬ ed for the very enjoyable evening provided. The gtiests numbered with Dr. and Mrs. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Molt. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Hewes, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Pixley, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Rus¬ sell, Mr. and Mrs. Rex McCormick, Mr. and Mr^. Harold Southwlck. Mlss Jean Southwlck. '
|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|