Bernice Kinsellam 1939

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Bernice Kinsellam 1939 - PHONE Tnur 4500 THE DAILY PANTAGRAPII,...
PHONE Tnur 4500 THE DAILY PANTAGRAPII, BLOOMINGTON, ILL., MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1939. Along the Road Side Glances at Rural and Suburban Life r . . . x ' 7 I i - i B ' , K S .ir-j .ir-j .ir-j Ta . .j-"1 .j-"1 .j-"1 'T r . i swpt vrt II LEXINGTON. Mrs. Bernice Kinsella, teacher of Olive Branch school, four miles west of here, recently organized and trained a rhythm band, one of a few in the rural schools of this community. There are 10 pupils and all of them participate. T he music is furnished by a phonograph to which the students keep time with blocks, tambourines and sticks. op- op- April Votes Are Slated On Liquor Citizenship League To Meet Jan. 15 Step toward holding local non ejections in April in a dozen districts will be discussed by the .McLean County Citizenship league at its annual meeting Sunday, Jan. 15. Members from all over the ener than every four years. The Anti-Saloon Anti-Saloon Anti-Saloon league reports sentiment favoring an amendment to the state liquor law forbidding sale of intoxicants outside municipal municipal boundaries, Mr. Read said. This matter also will be discussed. Dr. Loyal M. Thompson, First Methodist Episcopal church pastor, will speak on "Liquor Conditions in Guatemala." Election of officers officers will be held. E. E. Spencer is president and the Rev. Clyde F. Vance, recording secretary. Two Stolen Automobiles Recovered by Police Two automobiles were reported Two Week Evangelistic Series Opens Dr. Baughman Talks Of Spiritual Power, There was a capacity audience Sunday night at the First United Berthren church for the opening service' in a two weeks evangelistic campaign. Dr. L. L. Baughman, the pastor, CIIKCKl T. Mrs. Kinsella has also installed a, health system unordinary to the usual rural school. Weight and height is rherked each month. She is shown weighing Helen Dodsou. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hudson. HEIGHT. Ethel Iilakney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Blakney, and George Menken. Mn of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Menken, show just how the measuring is done. A record sheet is posted on the hoard where eteroue ran see. 100 Attend Grandson of Guetschow A. To The the Jan. the its for

Clipped from The Pantagraph09 Jan 1939, MonPage 5

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois)09 Jan 1939, MonPage 5
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