Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1958 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Mm., irH. W I P.M. 9 v»99 CtWPB CANVAS oxronn* •NMi WESTER* SHOE STORES IBOSStudents In Hardin Unit No. 40 HAtttttN — the yearly report on Unit 40 schools, submitted to 'the Board of Education at its meeting Tuesday night In Hhrd- in, by Unit Superintendent L. V* Uwwed I total etrwtt- itleflt of 808. itudelrts for the school ytftf jwt completed. Of these, 568-wen* grade school pttp. ils and 245 were high school students. Per capita cost for the year *as $292 for each student. The figures j all of which are based on average dally atten* d a « c e, shew that 26 element* ary and 6 high school students dropped out during the year. Between July 1, 1957 and June 30, 19S8, 26 new families were reported who had to children. During the same period 38, families with 86 children left the area, the teacher-pupil ratio in grade school, based on average daily attendance, was 1 to 28.83; in high school it was 1 to 16. The 1954-55 total enrollment was 849 and in 1956-57 it was 823. The financial statement for the educational fund shows a net cost of $211,768.36.' There is a balance on hand in the building fund of $11,429.15. and the athletic department shows receipts of $1183.53, expedilures of $3,190.19. Madisott County's MFT For June $61,271 SPRINGFIELD (Special) «* Illinois counties have been allotted $2.909.600 as their share of motor fuel tax paid- into the state treasury during June, Director Morton H. Hollingsworth of the Illinois Department of Finance said today. Allotments to the 102 Illinois counties include: Madison $61.271; Macoupin $15,099; Calhoun $2,121; Greene $6.328; Jersey $5,131; St. Clair $65,7r>3. SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P. M. Reg. 69c Each Regular 1.49 c EXTRA SPECIAL 25% Off! Men's Underwear Sale! Men's Sport Shirts Year 'Round Weight Stock Up Now! Women'* Jamaica Jamarettet Rtf. 2.9S ft 4.98 Prints and plalni • In cotton and waih 'n wear fabrici ... all with fine detailing. Some with 2 pairs of trousers. Sizes 32 to 40. Triple Roll Anklets Rtf. 2ScM Prs, Soft spun cotton with nylon reinforced heel and toe. White. SUM 7 through 11. Cut 26% Circular itttehtd Cotton Bra Light in weight! A cool, carefree summer shirt at a real low pricel Solid color and print cotton in linen effect and ilcipdenti! Spread collar with hemmed short sleeves. Two*pockets. S, M, L Our lowest price this summer! Choose from a large assortment of knit cotton T and athletic shirts and briefs or broadcloth shorts. All strongly reinforced'.^,Complete sire range. Men's Knit Sport Shirt Keeps Shape 77c Reg. B8c. Special! Boys' Sport Shirts 1.33 Tots' Denim Boxer Jeans Stretchy knit cotton fits you snugly yet gently. Dacron vein- forced collarette..Easy to wash... S-M-L sizes. 1.79 A huge selection! Ivy and regular styles in checks, stripes, plaids. Bright washfast colors. 818. Reg. 98c. 77c Combefl Cotton Knit Training Pants .... 17c Keif. 25o. Church Rite* Announced At Greenfield GREENFIELD — Start ing Sunday, July 20, an early service at 8 a.m., will bo held at (he Mefh-' odist Church in addition to Ihc; regular morning worship at 30:45, a.m. This schedule will continue; for the remainder of the summer. The morning worship at the HockbridRe Methodist Church ivill continue on the regular schedule at 9:30 a.m. and at Rubicon Church at 8:30 p.m. The Rev. Ronald Bula is pastor of the three churches. i The Rev. Bula has announced his sermon topic at. the services Sunday will be, "Must Christ Bo Present for Healing". The mid-' week prayer service will takej place at 8 p.m. Wednesday at thei Rockbridge Church. I Sermon theme at the morning: worship at the First Baptist j Church Sunday will be "And, Then,—The Harvest", and at thej p.m. service, the pastor, the Rev. William G. Webber, will speak on the subject. "Jehovah My Deliverer". The Baptist Youth Fellowship groups, which have discontinued tegular meetings during the summer, will meet this Sunday and the lime will be announced by the church secretary Sunday morning. Midweek prayer service will be held at Ihe Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Wednesday and the Rev. Webber will be in charge of Ihc service at: the Cedar Knoll Nursing Home at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Birth Announcement* GREKNF1KLD- Mi-, and Mrs Francis Griffin are parents of a son, John Charles, born Tuesdaj at Carlinville Area Hospital. This is the /ourlh child of the couple and first son. Mrs. Griffin is the former Marie Meng. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wagner have received word of the birth o£ a son to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wagner of Jacksonville, at Pas« savant Hospital, Jyly 9. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner are parents of two boys and two girls and this is their fifth chid. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD—Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fesler and family of San Francisco, Calif., who spent last week here with his mother, Mrs. C. O. Fesler, accompanied Mr,s. Fesler to her home in Harvey Tuesday where they will spend a ,veek and visit with Fesler's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Pelersen Jr., in Chicago. Mrs. C. 0. Fesler's father, George M. Hill, is residing at Cedar Knoll Nursing Home during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gary, Kansas City, are spending several days with his sister, Mrs. Maurice L. Melvin, en route to Peniv sylvania for a visit with their daughter in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Gwyn Roberts and daughter, Gwendolyn, of Culver City, Calif., who have been visiting Mrs. Roberts mother, Mrs. John Perkins, and sister, Mrs. F. R. Spencer, returned to Greenfield Tuesday after a visit with the John Walt rip family in Jackson- Long wearing, easy to launder. Double needle stitching, elastic waists. l-6x. Faded blue or navy. 2 for 98c. iville. They will return to Califor- Long - wearing cotton training • . . pants with double crotch. White. I ma next week. Sizes 1-3. Shirts: 6 to 24 mos., ^Ir. anc j ]\t rs . L. Q. Loving Of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Kllis of Kdwardsville and Iheir families visited during the holiday weekend with Mrs. Loving's and Mrs. Ellis' sisler, Mrs. Wayne Thayer, and family. Mrs. J. T. Linder has returned home after spending a month with her sisler, Mrs. C. J. Doyle, in Springfield. Women's Slips or Petticoats Girls' Cool Cotton Polo Shirts 1.66 2 Reg. 1.98 Easy to care, silky soft combed cotton niiiae — dries fast . . . needs no ironing. Shadow panel. Sizes 32-42. Reg. 79c. 2,,$1 Girls' Pert Cotton Shorts ... 2, 0 ,$1 Delightful Gay Little Sunsuits Cool cotton knit polo shirts. All sleeveless with V or saddle necks. Checks, stripes or solids. Sizes 7 to 14. Reg. 19c Pert cotton shorts that last all reason! All washable, with elastic backs. Big color, style choice. Sizes 7 to 14. Reg. 1.88. 1.44 For ttfutarly $1.10 M. Cool, abtorbcnt cotton with deep plunae «t front .,. . (or w«r with rammer drtisef. Whit*. M- 36 A, 31-40 •. 32-43 C. Special! Washable Fabric Oxfords 2f % Off J Charmodf •rlofi • Sttr* foy Nynmril Men Sljini your figure yet leave* your led free! Rayon and cotton net. S through XL. Sanforized colton poplin and sailcloth halter sunsuits In colorful prints and solids. 3-6x. Jonlan Clinic* Busy NEW YORK /P — The Lutheran World Federation's Department of World Service figures its seven clinics in the Hashemitej Kingdom of Jordon treated near-i ly 100,000 patients in 1957. ! The council says more than half of (hose treated were ehil- di-<?n and nearly 75 per cent were of the Moslem failh. Six of Ihe clinics are located' at Jerusalem, Bethany, Beit Jala, Hebron, Taybeh and Bir Zeit. The seventh is a mobile unit serving frontier villages along the Jordan-Israeli border. Usually $2.4?! 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PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Change in Schedule* To Ihe Patrons of Union tleclnc Company: Union bleclric Company hereby givet notice to the public- that it has tiled with the Illinois Commerce Com- inusion a proposed "Rider A—Adjustment For Cost Of Purchased Gas" at an addition to in existing Rale Schedule to provide a method of adjusting charges for gat service supplied to customers served by Company in the City of Alton, Illinois and immediate vicinity to reflect any mcrease or decrease in charge* for natural gas purchased by Company from a pipeline company or companies. A copy of the proposed new filing may be inspected by any interested party at the business office of the Company in the City of Alton. All parties interested in this matter may obtain information with respect thereto either directly from this Company or by addressing the Secretary o! the Illinois Commerce Commission at Springfield, Illinois. IMON KUtTVlC COM 1*4*Y fly J. 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