Mrs F Manning
24 Courses Ky»|. A fill If U for *• *-" -rH-HUlO AtWoorlRivpi ^».l TT *f*JVHl.* V ^t income the listed de<posit. to- \V(X)D RIVER — A total of 'J4 adult education classes are offered a I Wood River Communi- daughter H. Hartford, p.m. for head a porch WOOD will be ing Eastern Star Worthy patrons of ly High School during the first! fill the semester starting Sept. 19. '-i"«'. Additional courses will also be; h , af( offered if enough persons are in- gei , ca| . (crested jn Inking such classes, according to Wallace G. Stevenson, Director of Adult and Indus-i trial Education at the school. : Registration for most of t h e courses will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. Hi and 15 at the school. is allowing Baghdad Those registering for an class Im- bou-! by <0 s( ' al ' ''•'"• > im l' lM ™ n ™* nw * lh( ' Ln « llsh ' iiuprovenient class. Courses and their instructors. of \\jth registration on Sept. 13, are: office machines. Pat Sheahan; be- Darrcll Cozad: typing. tailorins. Mrs. Francis Manning: ' instrumentution, pneumatic, VV. L. How el I; structural steel blueprint reading. Ralph Graham; welding, Bob Westbrook; mathematics Luuis Leonatti; home equipment: and appliance repair, Harold Can- i and a political action course sponsored in conjunction with the | Wood River Township Chamber of'