WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN School Laws Explained Unit 8 Faculty Members Hear County Supt. Wilkins BETHALTO — A speech by George T. Wiikins, Madison County superintendent of schools, highlighted a Unit 8 faculty meeting at, Civic Memorial IBgh School Monday. Wiikins addressed the faculty on the recent interpretations and changes concerning attendance, county Institute, school calendars, registration certificates, tuberculosis examinations and recognition of schools. The 93 faculty members were welcomed by Wilbur R. Trimpe, Unit 8 superintendent of schools. Trimpe estimated that between 2,750 and 2,800 pupils would be enrolled In the Unit 8 system this year. "The increased enrollment will necessitate some shifts of pupils after school begins. Classes will range from 35 to 40 pupils and some pupils will even be moved from one building to another." Trimpe said. Trimpe added, that using the federal formula for determining population of a school district. over 15,000 persons are now living in the Unit 8 District. The assessed evaluation of the district is $10,521,315, or approximately 53,825 per capita wealth, for the lowest in the state, Trimpe said. Other speakers on the program were Mrs. Florence McGee, Unit, 8 librarian, anajVliss Ethel Graff, | science consultant from Evan- uton, HI. , Mm. McGee outlined the work of th* librarian and services of the library. She reported the present evaluation of the books in the Unit 8 library to be over 122,000, Miss Graff spoke to the faculty member* on "Methods and Technique* of Teaching Science." ; Of the 93 teachers in attendance, 23 were new to Unit 8, eight were on their first teaching assignment, 16 are replacements and seven were added over the past year because 'of increased need. At noon, the faculty members were served a meal in the high school cafeteria. Tuesday, the teachers met with principals at their respective schools for routine orientation in preparation for Wednesday's .school opening. ' Man Fined For 1' ,V - : ' . Entering Wrong Home at Bet halt o ' » ' ' "" V '" .. : •*•- .' , BETHALTO— A 56-year-old Edwardsville man was charged with peace disturbance Tuesday doming after mistakenly entering the 1 wrong bouse while looking for his wife and son. ; James Sanders paid fines and costs of 514 for the peace disturbance charge before Justice of the Peace Wesley Emde. He was arrested by Police Chief Clyde Tisdel Sr. in the 500 block of S. Prairie St., after Tisdel had been called to 328 Prairie St. by the occupants who claimed there was a strange man walking around in their kitchen. Sanders, his wife and son had stopped at the home of Village Clerk Louis E. Bartels, 332 S. Prairie St. to transfer the title on an automobile they had just purchased. Sanders was left in his son's truck while the other two went Inside, but became impatient and entered the back door of the residence at 328 S. Prairie by mistake. Tisdel apprehended the man. who according to his wife, had been drinking, after the towing hitch, on the truck pulling the newly • purchased automobile, came loose. Bethalto OES To Stage Bake Sale BETHALTO— Plans were made I for a bake sale in the building formerly housing the Model Bake Shop on Sept. 8, at a meeting of Bethalto Chapter 847, Order of the Eastern Star, in the Masonic | Temple Monday night. The Ways and Means Committee will be in charge of arrange* | merits for the sale. Plans were also made for a! baby dedication ceremony In 1 honor of a member at the Sept.] 10 meeting. Guest night for the local chap- 1 ter was changed from Sept. 15 to Sept. 22. The past matrons were named •• a committee in charge | of general arrangements. 'Worthy matrons and worthy] patrons of neighboring chapters | will fill stations at this meeting. Plagued Day And NightwrthBladderi Discomfort? Such • common thin* u unwlt* «»tlni|| or drinklnf w»y b*» «ourc« of mild, but annoying bladder irriutiom-mtking joull •(Ml MtltM. traMb M* uneomfoj-UWt. And U wtleu ni«hU. with Begging twcluube, «d«che or mutcubr teiiM and pkiu dm II Break-In Reported At Cottage Hills Station COTTAGE HILLS—Approximately $25 in bills and small change was reported missing after a break-in at the Finson Auto Service antl Repairs on State Route 140 sometime Monday night. The burglar.? was discovered Tuesday morning by Vern Kinson, proprietor, as he opened up for business. Finson found the back door open, where apparently tho burglars had entered, and a chnnge box, which had contained the missing cash, lying to the rear of the building. Madison County Special Dep- Brighton Cub ti Picnic Held At Onized Club BRIGHTON — The annual Cub Scout picnic of Pack 39 was held Sunday evening at Area 3 of the Oni/f-d Club Grounds. Approximately 100 persons at.- uty Lee Mo.ss investigated the incident. tended the potluck picnic and pack meeting. A short, meeting was held after supper, at whirh two new members, John Bolt and Tommy Cravens, were _takon into the Pack and presented their bobcat badges by Cubmaster Marvin Stewart. Following the meeting the Cubs had a ball game and then finished the evening with some sack races and a lug-of-wai. Move lo Brighton BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Gold recently moved from their farm south of Brighton to the house on Moore sVrf-et. formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. | Lawrence Bennett, and family. The Golds lived at their faun for 10 years. Brighton Notes BRIGHTON — Mr. and Mrs. George Kmse Sr., visited Sunday with their son, Pvt. Geotgo Krusc Jr., who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. They were accompanied by Miss Caroline Kruse and grandson, Donnie Kruse. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Cairns and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Tonson, and Mrs. Josephine Cnirns visited with Pvl, Jerry Calms, who is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Sunday. The Gulf Stream keeps the harbor of Murmansk free of ice the year around. Rectal Itch MvMtJ fcr ito* amazingly relieved by bathing with Resinol Soap and applying toothing, specially medicated RESINOL D. FALSE TEETH Reck, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved powder to be sprinkled on upper or lower pistes, holds false teeth more firmly in pines. Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy, gpoev, pasty taste or feeling. PAS- TEETH Is alknllne (ncn-actd). Doe» not BOUT. Checks "plflte odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH ftt Co* Ants counter. The Spaniards hltrorl«e«! tht cultivation of tobacco into Mexico. Dwm'f m'f Pill*. '* PiuTtav* tbrtf outoUmdfvc •<• *MtU«*»-*)»t to tlu-M w*y» for your • peedy ntura to comfort. 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