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12 PAGES In 2 Sections Republic County Newspapers KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1939 PRICE: 5 CENTS Is Pro- New Court House Will Be Dedicated December 18 4-11 Saturday St. of dinner have their of which make 4-H Evelyn program pictures recent and of! pen- j Norv.-ay been 4-H to those revealed program PLAN TO DEDICATE NEW COURT HOUSE ON DECEMBER 18 Governor Ratner Accepts In* vitation of Commissioners I for That Date. A PROGRAM COMMITTEE Representatives from County Attend Meeting Called Here Monday. At a mee established as will be in Be attended the- Monday, December 18, was ' established as the date for tho formal dedication of Republic \ county's new court house at a ': meeting called by the board of ' county commissioners at Belleville Monday afternoon. Tho session was attended by representatives of all townships in the county, A later date than that planned was decided upon at Monday's ; meeting in order that Governor j Payne Ratner could be in Belle! villo to partix'ipate in the dedicating called by the board of county commissioners in Belleville Monday, Deceinber 18 was i 5ovma?lTTcce"nted thrhivitetbn "of the date for the dedication of the new county building, above. Governor Payne Ratner ' lleviUe to take part in the dedication ceremonies. Representatives from the 20 townships | '(^\^„,^;.'"t^^ S rigional^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ meeting Monday for fixing the dedication date. j istrator of the Public Works ad' ministration from Fort Worth, Tex., is also expected to be present. Will Issue Invitations According to plans made Monday, invitations to the formal dedication will be issued to Senator Arthur Capper, Senator Clyde M. Reed and Congressman Frank Carlson. Senator Edward C. Johnson of Colorado, a native of Republic county, will also be invited. In order to further detailed phins for the dedicatory ceremonies, an entertainment committee was named at the Monday meeting. M. M. Fate was elected cliairman of the committee and in turn selected as his assistants, following a motion \vhich was made and carried, C. C. Green of Couvtland, Dr. E. F. Kcene, of Narka and Clarence Lahodny of Belleville. CHRISTMAS SEALS GO ON SALE TODAY County Residents and Teachers Will Receive T. B. Stamps Today. "Protect Your H o m e from Tubeicuiosis" is the slogan for this year's Christmas Seal campaign which ojiens officially throughout the United States today ( T h u r s- day). Tomorrow morning, res i d e n t s of Belleville will find letters coii- Lions Will Gather for Zone Meeting IMembers of the Belleville Lions club will attend a zone meeting of the organization at the Elliott hotel Friday, the hour for the regular semi-inonilily g a t h e r i n having been shifted to the evcniii.g at 7 o'clock. Henry E. Held rick of Beloit, zone president, will bo in charge of the meeting. Clubs of Lions International which are in the same zone with Belleville are Concordia, 6lyde. Beloit, Smilli Center, Lebanon and Washii^gton. During the'meeting, club activities and general business will be discussed. 4. ARE MEMBERS OF CHOIR Ruth Slopansky, (laughter of LARGE CROWD HEARS TOM COLLINS SPEAK Annual Teacher-School Board Meeting Saturday Acclaimed Success. Ajjpioximately 500 persons h.ear(l Tom Collins, assistant to tiie jiublishcr of the Kansas City Journal-Post, when ho spoke in Belleville Saturday afternoon during the annual joint meeting of Republic county school boards and the county teachers' association. A musical program was provided as entertainment at the morning

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 30 Nov 1939, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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