FLORA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1908
The annual enrollment to dale 1« ai follows: Males 296, Females 887, Total 688. Enrollment for the month of Nov. Males 208, Females 293,, Totil 611. 98 • per cent of the enrollment were present •very day.
There were only 18 cases of tardineps as follows: High School 6, Grade 6. 8; Grade 1,2; Room 2, West Bide, 1; Urada 1, Weat Side, 1; Boom 3, Sonth Bide, 1; Grade 1, Sodth Side, 4. Timet tSrdy by teaohem High Sohool, 2; Grades, Main School, 1; West Side, 4. It will be in¬ tereatlng to note that the fhancea to be tardy on tbe part of pnpilB, 20774 to 1. And of teachera, 510 to 1. By figuring a Ilttle it will be noticed thnt the pupils have the best record.
There were 4 cases of truancy as follows: West Side, Room 2, 2; South Side, Rooio 1, 2.
Mr. CiOi§thwBlte, entertainer. Imper¬ sonator and humorist gave a recital at •the Library Hall TutBday eveuing, for the benefit of tho High Sthool Labor- atpiy.
The regnlar ThanksglvlDR offering of the pnpils of tbodiSbrent schools ex needed any of tbe prevloas offerings be¬ tween t40 and $20 worth of food being diatribated.
The motto in each room tbi^ month Is to be no tardiness and no absenceii.
Tbe following persons vinited tbe pnb Ilo schools dnrlng the month ending November, 2lt. Mrs. A. E. Shinn, Mrs. A.DhvIs, Mrs. C. J. Meyer, Mrs. Har¬ wood, Mrs. Belton, Mrs. Thrall, Mrs. Wyatt, Mra. Sheimau Tiiylor, Mrs. H. Dnfl. Miss Jpssie Taylor, Mrs. Holland. Mrs, Scott, Mrs. Thrall, Mrs.Kachrof- «ki, Bev. Belton, Mri