The Southern Illinois Record
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FLORA. HJJNOIS. rUI RSD.W. AKil.ST 28. 1«)I:J
SCHOOLS ALL OPEN NEH MONDAY MORNING
riara Now Has the Best Facilities Per An
Education For a City Its Size
in Southern lllinii;
A LARGE ENROLLMENT THIS YEAR
Nany New Families Moving Here That
Their Children May Enjoy These
One of the most pleasiiiK si^jhts of the year will he seen in Flora Mon¬ day morning; next Septemlier 1st. iseven hundred smillny: and happy children will l>e seen on their way to the public .si'hool to (five eiglil and one-half month's In hard work for an education. Eitfhty young men and Women, liiK'h school jfraduates, v»lll wend their way to the Township liigli School and twenty-live on their way to the Orchard City College to take a practical business course, some of wlioni have come from hundreds of miles away to attend this well known business college of twenty-live jears .standing.
Our puhlic sehool has a .strong force of instructors this season and indicates a successful year. The teachers selected are:
]'rof. John T. Grissamore, Supt.
Miss Youthen Combs, 1st No. H
10. C. Jacobs, Ist No. 8-7.
MissCarrie Siiumaker. l.st No. H-7
Miss Dant/ell Dillman, 1st No. i>
Miss Heasley, '2ii