Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Tax Collections Top 4,5 Million in Wood River EAST ALTON - Property taxes collected in Wood River township totaled $4,477,214.68. Allen Tite, collector, reported at a township board of auditors meeting Wednesday night. Two per cent of the taxes will be returned to the town fund. Tax percentages returned to otoher township funds will be distribut- ed by the county on the basis of tho amount of taxes collected. Fund balances listed in t h e June 5 township treasurer's report were: employes retirement fund, $8,82-1.71; town fund, $17,685.45; and road and bridge, $47,896.27 The township's collective insur ance program was revised and increased $150 on workman's com pensation. For 25 Years Service Mrs. McDonald, Librarian At East Alton, Honored OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK "World's Best Dad" Contest DADDY'S SUOAY! JUNE 16th ENTER NOW! JUNE 16th ENTER NOW! Win $300 in Merchandise for Your Dad! Plus Transistor Radio for You CONTEST RULES: 1. Entries must bo 150 words or less. Entrants of nny ago nrc eligible, 2. Attueli your entry securely to the coupon below. 3. Mail to "World's Best Dad" Contest, Downtown Alton, Inc., r.O. Box 121, Alton, Illinois. t. Entries must bo pottlmurlccd prior to midnight Saturday, Juno 8, Jltfitt. Winner announced Juno 11. 5. Letters will not be judged on literary sfyle or excellence hut strictly on the qualifications of the cantlldatos ns outlined in the letters. Judges' decisions will bo final. No entry or material will be returned. 0. No employe of Downtown Alton, Inc., stores or members of their immediate families arc eligible. Attach This Coupon Securely To Your Letter MAIL TO: DOWNTOWN ALTON, INC. P. O. Box 121, Alton, Illinois Name Address Age City Phone Sponsored by Downtown Alton, Inc., Merchants EAST ALTON — Mrs. Olive, McDonald was honored \Vedncs-i day night on her 25th anniversary as Easl Alton librarian at a surprise parly given by the library| board. j She received a coffee service! sel from the library board and I loses from Mayor Charles Van-j prcler. Gifts were presented atj the library followed by a party ROXANA — The third annual at the home of Mrs. Hans Lowe, summer session at Roxana Junior Library board members who at- and Senior High School will begin AnnotinceBus i Schedule for Roxana Unit tended the affair were: Dr. Smith, president; Favre Gould, secretary; Charles Piorson, treasurer; and Mrs. Harry Miltleman, Mrs. Hans Low and Bob Clinton. Library personnel also attended (lie affair. Bethalto Club • Hears Talk on Archaeology BETHALTO — Georgr Groves )! Wood River discussed the e.\- oloration of 11 Indian mounds near Kampsville in 1958 at a meeting of Ihe Belhalto Rotary Club Wednesday evening at Zion Lutheran Church. Groves explained the purpose of the archaeological survey and showed several colored slides on he excavation. He said that archaelogists have discovered the Indians of 17,000 years ago were nomadic, and Indians that lived 2,500 B.C. began lo slay in one place for a few weeks, but not for long. II wasn't .mtil 1,000 A.D. that the Indians jegan to settle down to one spot, troves explained. Joe Higgis, president, announced the club will hold its annual adies night and installation banquet at Zion Lutheran Church, June 26. Visiting Rotarians and guesls at the meeting were: Harry Nevlin and Garth Taylor of Alton; Carl Rogers of Wood River; Harold Moore of Silver Hill, Ala., who was a charter member of the Bethalto Club; and Jim Evilsizer Jr. and Clarence Schucltc, both of Bethalto. Monday at 8 a.m. and end July 2(5.1 Classes will meet from Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. The first period will extend,.._ from 8 a.m. until 9:55 a.m. and the second period from 10 a.m. to noon. ! .Students may register anytime !in the high school office until June 'll. Tuition fee is $15 per la credit' for all subjects other than band and chorus, which is $8.50. There; will be no refunds after June 11. Bus transportation will be pro vided for students living in the Roxana school district and outside the mile and a half limit. The junior-senior high school] bus schedule is as follows: 6:52 a.m. leave high school; 7 a.m. Smith and High; 7:02, Biltmore and Rose; 7:04, Losch's; 7:05, Wagon Wheel; 7:10, Wanda; 7:12, Kendall Hill; 7:20, Old Oak Road; 7:23, Rosedale and Airline; 7:24, Airline and Sullivan; 7:28, Airline and Bert; 7:29, Airline and North moor; 7:30, Circle and Ninth; 7:31, Nonth and Rosewood Lane; Asks Price for Drainage Help At Wood River WOOD RIVER — City Manager; Carlton Laird has asked Congressman Melvin Price to help in pos-i siblp solution of surface drain-! age problems of the area. I Laird, who accompanied a let-, Icr to Price with three aerial i photographs taken May 18 following ;i Iwo-da.v rain, points out that! though only three inches of vaiiv fril. il created a problem. "This is not a large amount ofi rain." Laird slaled. " hut it's; I'tfoct on Wood. River and the sur- j rounding area is quite evident."I BANGKOK — Thailand will"buy i i special radio antenna. Graduation Set Friday At Edwardsville Hih EDWARDSVJLLE — CoinmeiKv- nient exercises for 2'2<! seniors of the 11)63 graduating class of the Kchvardsville Senior High School will ho held Friday at $ p.m. in the school gymnasium. Thome of the i-ommenremen! program is "A Bctler Life." and four iiiemhrrs of the top 10 per cent of the class will deliver short addresses: "To Strive lor a Better Economic Life." Rich-, arc! Helm: "To Seek Knowledge.' 1 John Cuan; "To Find Happiness." Shirley Bothman: "And Not to Yield the American U'ay," .lack Bellman. DisliiclSupt. A. Gordon Dodds uill present the IPivI class and School Board President Roy H. ••• Fruit will make the presentation' of diplomas to the graduates. t'lass honors will lie awarded by Principal Thomas Butler and senior class president Boh Paproth will \\elcomi 1 Iriends and parents of Ihe mailnatiiiii elas--. Krnl \Vildinan will niter Ihe invocation and speakers will he introduced h> C'arolx Sehater. .lohil Bettmann will sinu a \ocal solo. "Service." SEOUL — Korea is in the ket for new railroad Irack.- AMMAN — Jordan will put a low sewer under her capital. and W. Woodland; Road, arrive high 7:32, Ninth 7:33, Berry school. Students may enroll in the following classes: American Government, Sociology, American History, Art Workshop, Developmental reading, Driver's education, Earth science, English 1, 2, 3 and 4, Junior high mathematics, girls' outdoor activities, personal typing, summer band, or chorus. Mio Mio Potluck Slated Saturday The Mio Mio Class ol M a i n I Street Methodist Church will have a potluck supper Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Harry Ramey. Meat will be furnished and those attending have been requested to bring table service. SAVINGS SAVINGS PAUL'S FABRICS 214 W. THIRD ST. - DOWNTOWN ALTON I ST. LOUIS FABRIC MART ALL FIRST QUALITY MATERIALS AT UNBELIEVABLE. SAYINGS • TARPOON CLOTH • DACRON & COTTON • FLEXANA • TAPETTE • ARNEL & COTTON • "SILK LINEN" • TWILLS & CHINOS . , Values Up To $1.98 " ^ Yd. 79 CUPIONI AND COTTON 45" wide Reaular SI 69 PIMA COTTON Reaular SI .59 PLEATED JERSEY Flannel and Plastic Backed FAILLE 39" wide BLEEDING INDIAN MADRAS Reaular $2.98 to $3.45 Yd 49° Yd 79 C Yd 29° Yd 10 C $ 1 98 REMNANTS . . * White Mole Skin FLANNELETTE Regular 59c Yd. BUTTONS Up to 59c Card Card Foam Rubber SHOULDER PADS Regular 49c Pr. Imported-Scalloped BRIDAL LACES From Yd. " 19c 19° 5 C 10' 39c These and Many More Different Types of Materials at Terrific Savings PAUL'S FABRICS 214 W. THIRD ST. DOWNTOWN ALTON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF REGULAR 1.89 GIRLS' PLAYSETS from shorts to (.unaicas . . . cardigan or popover All lenRt to pedal tops . . . all machine washable cottons. Solid colms, prints, combinations . . . 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