Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
October 12, 1961     Times
PAGE 8     (8 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 12, 1961
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




 L E Am. eJS ,pa N . t F-- - 1 ! .... I F ..... T t i t r O c .r- r O ! ! ! TO THE VOTERS OF MT. PULASKI TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL DIST. 28 Your school board has been studying the ways and means necessary to maintain the High School here in Mt. Pulaski. In the past 291 years we have visited 42 school districts and had several conferences with various officers in the Superintendent of Public Instruction office. We interviewed fourteen different architects be. fore selecting one. Conclusions reached by this work are: 1. A pres.sing need for more practice area for our music program both band and choral. 4. Introduction of agriculture (vocational) program. 5..New and larger facilities for industrial arts. 6. ImproVed and enlarged sci- ence laboratory and class- room space. 7. A hot lunch program (we are the only school in a 50- mile area without one). 8. Additional rest rooms for stu- classrooms, dents and faculty. 2. Additional space for physi. To maintain a high school here cal education programs and in Mt. Pulaski we must meet the athletics, above problems. Our High School 3. Adequate room including has been accredited by North REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Farm Management A. W'. Schaffenacker Diel SW 2.5655 Corner Cooke & Spugs St8. MOUNT PI7IJES[I, 11,.t,. Central Association of Secondary Schois and Colleges since 1911. Our High School has been recog- nized with a good to excellent rating by Superintendent of Pub- lic Instruction of State of Illinois each year since above date. Our High School is and has been a good one and we want to keep it that way. Some have asked why and what the proposal of the new addition is for. last major ditkm wm built in 1929-30. Our student body was, in round figures, 110 to 120 in those years. For 1960-61, the student body is 190-220. Our class- es have increased in number cor. respondingly. We now offer more courses by far than 30 years ago. If there is any doubt in your mind that we need added facilities, we ask you to visit the INSTANT "" RADIANCE COLOR INSTANT RADIANCE Hair Color Rinse by No b'ra, or harde-to-coo Two .o SUPPLY brown hair! Color, in 5 mihut ...stays on through shampooel Cover` gray hair ! Color that makes your hairlook natuea/it bead- t/f u2 from root to tip.., color that never rubs of[ on anything.., color that contains an exclu High School and observe for your- self. Over 60 different classes are b ng taught every day with sev- eral of these double period class- e Then you must add choral music and band to the above fig- ure plus athletics and extra cur- ricular workplays, class organ- izations, clubs, F.H.A., etc. Our present growth has created need for expansion now. Propos- ,ed addition will meet land allow for future upwards to 450 studen/'o principal, Mr. Lee Tayl. 11 one of the board memV- happy to discuss the t addition and cost with  any group at any t.h-ne  1 election date of Octo "-" (12 noon to 7 P.M.). ucd  Board of d With steadily-rising hospital and medical cosl,  accident or severe illness can give family fm a real set-back. Savings may be wiped out; bi 9 pile up. Why take a chance by being unprotected:, Call your BMA representative today. He'll help yo,- provide for such emergencies. sive conditioning ingredient that give lustre,' ? makes your hair easier to comb and set. ---- AI X"n'JJ W" 11 EXQUISITE TONES: I  J .. "AO,ANCE S, RAW.,,R* .LO,O, n : A N '  I \\;IIIII 8ROWNGOLD- GOLDEN GLEAM.- SILVER JC[    .