Clipped From Logansport Pharos-Tribune
in been although arc Two-thirds ol the residents of the town of Harlan own their homes, the majority of which are ot brick-stone or semi-brick construction. A few are show places of typical Kentucky hospitality. The Harlan 'business district is eight blocks long and contains business houses. The tallest building is six stories. There are two hotels and two theaters. The town has a public library, a ?150,000 waterworks system, and 12 miljs of paved streets. The city and county school system is modern and well-equipped. of of neuritis capsules The city school has an enrollment of 2,200. Of last year's high graduating class of 67 students. are enrolled in colleges this year. There are 19,000 pupils enrolled in the county's six 4-year high schools, three 2-year high schoolE, and 59 grade schools. There are 3SO teachers in the county. The schools operate on a nine-month term where they formerly operated six months a year. Three-fc-urths of Harlan city's residents are newspaper readers and most of them take two daily newspapers. Five protestant. churches her?, have 2,900 members. The Baptists recently dedicated a new fl"5,000 church. In Harlan county there are churches. The Kiwanls .club, one of the most active civic organizations, has 125 members. Harlan residents are ardent sports fans. Baseball and football are the chief sports. Basketball also has m a n y followers during the winter months.