Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 19S2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Same As Last Year Annual Budget, Appropriation Made By Jersey Twp. Board JERSEYVILLK. - The town board of Jersey township met here Tuesday evening at the town hall for the purpose of making the quarterly audit and transacting other business required by statute. The annual budget and appropriation ordinance was presented and placed on file until the annual town meeting, which is scheduled for April i, at 2 p.m. At that time (he voters of tho town may adopt, re- Mode 0' Day Sheer Cotton Dresses! Sheer cotton frocks for Spring's balmy days, refreshing and pretty. Sizes 9 to 15 In this deep background floral print. Hand washable. Only $3.99. NYLONS Special! Mode 0' Day 51 Gauge 3 Box 2.60 Pair Full Fashioned! Guaranteed Perfect! mOD€ O DA V 116 W. THIRD ST. — ALTON, ILL. or amend the ordinance and budget as they deem best. The budget Is approximately the same as last year. The town fund shows a balance of $9957, and the income to be derived from taxes is estimated at $7300, making a total of $17,257. The estimated expenditures from this fund for the year are placed at $8000, leaving a balance at the close of the fiscal year, March 30, 1953, of $9257. Expenditures from the town fund are estimated as follows: Compensation of town officers $5500; elections $'150; town hall expenses $550; town officer expenses $850; cemeteries $100; other miscellaneous expenses $250; contingents $300. The general assistance fund shows a balance of $18,196 '2b at the start of the year, and the estimated amount to be received from taxes is placed at $20,000, making a total of $38,196.25. Expenditures for the year arc- estimated at $29,000, which will leave a balance at the closo of the fiscal year of $9196.25. Distribution of the expenditures from the general assistance fund are broken down as follows: Food $18,000; rents $2500; fuel $800; clotjilng $500; hospitali/.atlon $4000; institutional care $600; transient care $100; administration $2000; burial of poor $,'500; contingencies $200. The board voted an increase of $90 a year for making the annual township assessment. It was voted to fix the salary of the assessor for making the assessment at $1000 a year, dun to the increased amount of work in making the assessment. The salary of deputy assessors was fixed nl $7 a day instead of the $5 formerly paid. Hrcolve IOOK Degrees JKRSKYV1I,I,K C;irl Huscli, J. H. Hunter, Robert. Miller, Lynn Miller, Kdward Meyer, and Howard (.Jroppell of this city attended the regional meeting of the 36 Odd Kcllow iodges in Districts 75, 76 and 79, at: Carrollton Tuesday evening. Grand lodge officers held a round table discussion. A special meeting of the grand lodge was called for the purpose of conferring grand lodge nnd past grand degrees on ;i class of 25. Robert Mill. Lynn Miller and Howard Groppell of Jersey vllle were among the men receiving those degrees. A team composed of Odd Fellows present conferred Initiatory degrees on a class of candidates. Daughter Born JERSEYVILLE—Ally, and Mrs. Claude Davis are announcing the birth of a daughter at 2:40 p. m. Tuesday at Memorial Hospital in Alton. The baby weighed seven pounds 14 ounces and has been rfnmcd Frist-ilia .To. Tlio couple uivc another child, a daughter, usnn MnrKiierile, need two yours, vho is visiting with her grand- nothor, Mrs. L. .7. Castle in Piano, II., while her mother Is in (lie lospltal. Mrs, Davis before her narrlage was Miss Marguerite toffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marguerite Hoffman of Gary, Ind, The baby's father Is a member of he law firm of Dulladway, Suddos & Davis of Jorseyvllle. ( Tliunkn Diamond Set $39.95 led. Tax Inc. 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Junior Red >oss .of the Jersey county chap- or, has reerlverl "Thanky You .Irams" from Catherine Curtis, 'leld director of American Nnllon- il Red Cross, Veterans Adminis- rallon Hospital in Dnnville, III., n acknowledgement of Valentine nulcups marie by students of Teneriffe School, Lincoln's birth- lay and Valentine day nutcups and ray favors made by students of White School, and Lincoln, Wash- ington, nnd Valentine diiy nulcups and tray favors made by Victory Schools. She staled these were greatly enjoyed by the patients and added a gain touch to the holidays. Jcrscyvllle JEHSEYV1LLE -- Mrs. Nelson Russell of Eldorado, Ark., Is spending this week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Melvln Johnson, and with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. t.eland Russell of Alton. Her husband, who Is In Buffalo, N. Y. on business, will Join her here this weekend and accompany her borne. Mrs. Russell was formerly Miss Irma Johnson. Miss Melon Bloomer, daughter of •Mr. and Mrs. John Bloomer jr., returned home hero Tuesday from the Boyd Memorial Hospital in Carroll ton where she has been n patient for several days for treatment of virus pneumonia. The officers of the Jerseyvllle Molher.i 1 DnMolay Circle will bo installed tonight at the Mnsonlc Temple following the Installation nf the DeMolay officers. Mrs. Steve Rlnghausen will be seated as president, succeeding Mrs. F. R. f'reesmeyer. The executive board of the Junior Woman's Club will meet at 8 p. m. April 1 with Miss Imngenc Isringhausen at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Is- rlnghauscn, 705 West Pearl street. Miss Mary Taylor, a senior nl James Mllllkln University In De- cntur, was a guest ovei; the weekend of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Taylor. in n foul tnnod! He \vns ten minutes lain for his mcetiriK For the last 16 minutes he llerl his tie, glanced In tho mirror, uttered a few hnr.nh words, nnd untied It, He> Just couldn't tffl H. right. 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