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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~ U It' ti Flow 0 m P. + y --......."., 1'o ',: Z t i '7# "1M *" i.. r, F y i e--'ee- "la~R +'Ts K -.a _: +r..ytw.".tr,, ww* -'f~,.I rv.~.*,r.y L+ w.% r "b -.v. "" l,:^ ". 1~ k- t.: O nO ALNKEW5P ' OP CUNNISON COUNTY ",. """ i. V1 J Is ALL SCHOOLS-To OPEN Deciion GAINJANUARY. 20TH.1 DeiinArrived at this Morning in Meeting1 er Halthand School Authorities. Attend' aneEntirely Voluntary. To Have Best Health Inspection Possible. r._____ At a meeting of the school and ing a yea?.s work. The general plan health authorities held thisnsnoria, iIs to review rapidly the month's work! it was agreed that all or schools~ done last fall, and then to continue shall opeu s o Monday January 80th, school work without interru ptioneinunder supervisoeby the Town health!eluding school on lStureday forenoons officers and soch do als of hyienc until July 11, thus making a school maunagement as in&s hbe'wora out year of eight months in length. To this nest weak.!hulen u j accomplish a year's work, it will:me of the epang Isrnade in the blletn necessar to eliminate non-essentIals, by Dr. Kelley printed below: stale subjc matter,- and unnecess r. 1 ary school functions; and to speed up, 1. OPENING OF SCHOOLS: The in te '-eel in all class work.- f local Beards ef F.dueatioa. actin uon- Ye. NEW 8TUDKNT8: New Stude the adviee and directios of thelo- dents may begin their yea?.s woerk on cal Health Officer and the Inspector'January20 ef the State Board of Health, have de- t VI. PRY. SCHOLARSHIP: '[ho cided to open the Public Schools of Board of Trustees of the Noemns l Gorsuson, the Gudioo County Hight School offers free scholarshipe tot all School, and the Colorado State Nor- honorably discharged soldiers and eeiwol School em MoM..ey, Jao'-.ary 20. lora.. 1T includes, of course, aoew-!!. ATTVDANC11: Attrndanee terne of the S. A. T. C. of pupils is optional a rrtpolaory VII. QIUARANTINE: Guumnison attc r ance law will not be enforced ha-'l "rot.oao'y had ltss Flu thaa an~ atpetl.!tlA.INPCIN other piece in the state. The "quasan-; Ill.11EDCAI INSECTON: ' Inc ic still to costuisue. It is necta-i gmoate nurse, experfrmcsd Isti l. arr.t'o, that F-atuity Meat-I Wort, will b empluoyed jointly by the bte and Students spend two 'lays is this~ schools. Se and the teachers' iuruntne after arrlinr to isoiatl. will glve roestant health aspectous sn. 'l try may~ spend this pc.- od of eanier the diretu s en-i gojdaam of, qsara ea::ncii the Hotels or in their; Dr.J tlclHat fie.ria rrlL~.arat*srifIV. FAtA'LlY MEr TNG.; A ewenro il- eolir laolstw t-u wicm th-, Varsity uctn wit' te b-Id Seturetay cc gin.rst or tls- ome'mbers of thus iv.osobr t 12,lIby, at 4.:!0 p.M. foy;raet 'aini l y. XS"agiers of the ecto.ol tw r pm 'f )T ecrfnpewhealth shouW ld tkire-feew*,plan.the tI"siseof rioa ~f rum Dr H Tacttthses flon. sowa, to eal.! 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