LAST DAY DINNERS is Wednesday was the. last day of school in Fairview, District u!>, uiul the . patrons took their dinners to tho schoolhouse. Following ¡lie ample repast, which was partaken of by about sixty-six parsons, a splendid program, was given by the school, : ; assisted by Mrs. Milton Prilner v^ilh the Victrola. The following persons were present: Messrs. and iMesdairi'es Kdi JSlnlt, C. A. IIol- forty, 'A. :B. Holtorty, C. »!.. Poyy.or, C. M. Riiey, W. ![. W. 'Reeves and O. .1. Moorhend, 0. Stoker; Mes Patch, Kelley, ;í;and son; Crcmeh£! Brown, Evaus, -Myers, is Welch, ...Pritner,'í¿'n. Prituer, John Zink and MUBselmaii;, blisses Mabel F. Thomas, Fern'^Kelley, Alao Kollay, Ella Rayl, BmniV tlplforly, Grace " and. _ 13ntries Holforty, Mamie 1 ",Mocrhead, Vioia to a Icker, Bernic-e •'Mllnei. Addle Esther Ttiley, Maude «iley, , Editli /Milk,'Ella Holforty, Gladys Osborne, Alice Ray!, Grade, Viola, Jliiky allt ^ Anne Crouch, Lois Riley and Laura Poyxer; Messrs. .Harry Halforty, Cecil--Ray!, Ralph.Ray], Clyde'Ray!, Ear] Halforty, Leo Zink; -Willie Crouch, Otis ^Stoker, .Howard Reeves,. ,Paul ttitéy, Byron Rlley, Roy Zink and Ernest Crouch. "Miss Laura Poyzor lias taught a successful term at Fairview. Chamnesa School, District No. z-\, three miles south of Emporia, closed with a celebration" Wednesday. The patrons brought basket dinners to tho school at _and after noon _ th 6 pupils of the school gave a .'program. Miss Ethel Van "Gundy, was the teacher -this year.