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Linlee Parent-Teacher Association
met Friday. Mrs. Melbourne Mills,
' the president, read the message of
the state president, Mrs. C. A.
Schroeter, in the Kentucky Parent
Teacher, and told theggroup about
the Pack-horse library project. A
contribution. of one cent per mem-
ber will be sent to the librarian of
the Kentucky Congress of Parents
and teachers to aid this cause. Mrs]
John Rutledge, publications chair-
man, discussed the National Parent
Teacher magazine and the state bul-
letin. Mr. W. J. Hale, the principal,
discussed school libraries which are
built up by the voluntary effort of
teachers and patrons.

The organization voted a gift of
$5 to the library and will sponsor,
the Linlee Boy Scout troop. Mrs.’
Melbourne Mill and Mrs. John Rut-
ledge gave interesting reports of the
district conference. The third grade,
Mrs. Verna Boots, teacher, and Mrs.
Wellington Moore, room mother, won
the prize for having the most par-
ents present. The membership has
been increased to 56.

Following the business meeting,

Mrs. Henry. Moore, program chair-
man, introduced Mr. O.'B. Wilder,
executive secretary of the Fayette
Community Council, who led a dis-
cussion on “A Rural Recreation Pro-
gram.” Mr. Wilder defined recrea-
tion as that activity engaged in'
which relieves the body and mind
of the strain upon it, and compared
the value of various forms of recrea-
tion according to the type of per-
son. He explained the plan of the
'Fayette Community Council, which
includes playground recreation for
young people, also physical type
recreation for adults, such as base-
ball and soft ball; dramatic produc-
tion, in which the aim is recrea-
tion; picture shows, educational or
for entertainment, community sing-
ing, pie and ice cream suppers, par-
ties for children, parties for adults,
lclubs and organizations. Dir. Wilder
said the _ circulating librarymuld _
assist the "school library.--
"' Mr. W."’J. Hale, the principal, ex-
pressed a desire to co-operate with
the circulating library, and to pro-
mate a feasible recreation program
for the Linlee community.






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‘ Douglas High School Community
Library books may be had by send-
ing children. The hours, are 8 a. m.
to 4 p. m. Mrs. P. E. Stephens and
Miss D. E. Combs are librarians.

15an NW. 10 Hat's.


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i Fayette County Council of Par-
ent Teacher Associations met Tues-
day in the Y. 'W. C. A.«club rooms.
~Mr, O. B. Wilder, executive secre-
tary of the Fayette Community
Council, led a round—table discus—
sion of “A Plan of Rural Recrea-
.tion."’ Mr. Wilder described the kinds
poi“ recreation that are feasible in
‘-‘:Fayette 'cOunty.. Although country,
{children hate the opportunity for
fetxercise in fresh air, playgrounds
(are necessary ’to develope citizen—
,slgip. For adults he suggested base-
ball and softball for physical re-
elgcation. ' " ‘7

'Dramatic productions in which the

: aim is_recreation, picture shows.
,c'ommunity singing, parties, clubs
{and organizations are all within the
reach of rural people. Much inter-

‘ est was shown in this discussion. '

‘Mrs. A. H. Mattmiller, seventh dis-
trict magazine chairman, gave a re—
port of the state magazine confer-

‘ ,ence which she attended in Louis~
ville, and presented two magazine
, skits which are available to all local ' /

magazine chairmen, Mrs. Mattmiller,

who is also council magazine chair-

‘man‘jwas assisted in presenting the

skits by Mrs. J. ,R. Johnson and Mrs.

Henry Moore.

C01. D. Y. Dunn. told the group of I
provisions madeby the county board
for playground spaée on school
premises, and that he was in favor
of music festiVals‘ in the county


Those present lwere Mr. David
Young, Council president; Mrs. Mc-
Kinley King, Mrs. Claude Wiley and
Mrs. Lonnie Wilson, all of Athens;
Mrs. J. P. Sharp, Shelby; Mrs. C. A.
Arnall, Mrs. D_ J. Jones, and Miss
Jessie Yancey. Kenwick; Mrs. “G. .C.
Wilcoxen, Bryan Station; Mrs.
George Antle, Russell Cave; Mrs. J.
R. Johnson, Mrs. Fred Beeler, Mrs.
George Gard, Mrs. Bryant Carmichal
and Mrs. A. H. Mattmiller, all of
Picadome, and Mrs. Henry Moore,
Linlee and Bryan Station. .

Mrs. Hammond Dugan, supervising
librarian of the Fayette. County Cirs
culating Library, told the council of
ithe plan for a story telling hour for
‘ children twice a week over the radio. ‘

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Linlee Parent-Teacher Associa-

' tion will meet at 2:30 Friday. Mrs.

Hammond Dugan, supervising li-
brarian of Fayette county circulating

; library will address the association.

Executive meeting at 2:30.

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