Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 14, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 14, 1963
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adttifr^ijhifl ftftffXf*!^ , AtfatiSr 14, ALTON EVENING WbodRiver Budgol Is On Display WOOt) niVfift t-'the operating budget fof the school year l&Bi 65 is on display at Enst Alton- Wood niver High-School-a hd will remnln on display until a public hearing on the budget at 1 p.m. on Sept, 3. The budget, to- tnllnii 4l,0<i2 ( 502.'! i u 1 hns b^en 1 approved by the District 14 boftfrd of education. The btid'get cnlls for expenditures of $123,265.20 morii than the previous budget o£ $919,237.50. in creases arc chiefly in administration', Insl ruction and student and eomriiunlly services expenditures In > the education fund, operation, maintenance and capital outlay In the building fund and contractual, services to public carriers in the transportation fund. Iti the education fund, administration has increased from $61,200 to $72,350; instruction, from $536,558. to $559,055; and student and community services, from $63,400 to $68,900. At the same time, some expenditures in the education fund are less than the previous year. Maintenance costs are budgeted at $21j500 compared to $22,500 a year ago and capital outlay, $35,950 compared to $37,000 last year. The largest increase is In the building fund, where the budget has risen from $93,300 last year to $190,020 this year. Operation of plant Is budgeted at $44,225 compared to $39,50(1; maintenance, at $19,775 .where there was no budget last year; fixed charges at $9,020 compared to $6,000 last year; capital outlay, $112,000 compared to $46,100; and provisions lor contingency, $5,000 compared to $1,700. Transportation costs are expected .to increase'only slightly with the exception of contractural services to public carriers, where an increase of from $11,400 to $13,480 is budgeted. The large increase in the building fund was budgeted to pay for equipment and furnishings in the new classrooms and fine arts building to be built 'by the district. Bids on construction far exceeded engineers estimates on the project. • V. Edwardsville Lists School . '' ' •• ' •! Calendar EDWARDSVILLE — Calendar for the. 1963-64 school year in'the Edwardsville Community School systems, has been announced by the office of A. Gordon Dodds, superintendent. Thursday, Aug. 29, will be new teacher orientation day; Friday, Aug. 30, teacher's workshop; Tuesday, Sept. 3, opening day of school;" Sunday, May 31, baccalaureate; Thursday, June 4, commencement. Days when school will not be in )session are: Sept. 2, Labor Day; ; 'Oct.'it, I.E.A. (Marquette Division Day); : Oct. 18, county institute; Nov. 11, Veteran's Day; Nov. 28, Thanksgiving Day; Nov. 29, vacation Day; Dec. 23 through Jan. 1, inclusive, Christmas holidays; Jan. 23, grades and records day; Jan, 24, mid-term workshop; Feb. 12, Lincoln's birthday; March 27 through March 30, inclusive, Easter recess; April 3, county institute; June 4, records day: FAMILIAR SCENE Monticello will soon be alive again after the Sum- tive year, will" be young ladies congregating at the rner. A scene that administrators and community main entrance to the college, alike will see soon repeated, for the 128th consecu- 3 New Teachers to Join Faculty at East Alton PATSY ADAMS ams, Collinsville and George Franke, South Roxana. Miss Tuttle will teach fourth grade at Eastwood School. She has a master degree in education from the University of Illinois. She has also taken graduate work at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Washington University in St. Louis and John Hew-on Art Institute in Indianapolis. Miss Tuttle taught one year as an exchange teacher in England. She has had 10 years of teaching experience and taught last year at Edwardsville High School. Miss Adams, who has a bachelor degree in education from Illinois State Normal University at Normal where she majored in physical education, has been employed as a junior high physical education teacher. She has three years experience teaching junior and senior high physical education. Last year she taught at West Junior High School in Alton. Mr. Franke will teach seventh grade science in the East Alton Junior High School. He has a bachelor degree from Southern Illinois University. CLAUDE AN TUTTLE EAST', ALTON - Three new teachers will join the faculty of District 13 this fall. They are: - Miss Claudean Tutlle, Alton; Miss Patsy Ruth Ad- RANKEN T ° chnic " Trade New day school (crm .begins Sept. 3, Evening classes begin Sept. 18. Courses offered In following trades: Air Conditioning Carpentry Auto Repair Machine Shop Auto Body Power Plant Repair Oper. Arch. Drafting Refrigeration Mech. Drafting Lithography Communications Electricity- Electronic Industrial (Radio-TV) Electronics Welding Plumbing REGISTER NOW The David Ranken, Jr. School of Mechanical Trades 4431 Plnnoy Ave. St. Louis, Mo., 0311.1 217 PIASA STREET SKIRTS AND SWEATERS TO MATCH OR MIX SKIRTS • Straight • A Line • 6 to 18 $C98 5 SWEATERS • Mohair • Wool • Orion • 34 to 40 $C98 Transitional COTTON DRESSES Junior, Miss, Half Sizes $C9S '5 to $10.98 New Position Of Coordinator EILEEN IBERG WOOD RIVER.—Members o Wood River-Hartford Elementary tehool District 15 Board of Edu cation have created a new po sition of curriculum coordinatoi and have hired Miss Eileen berg to start in that position his fall. Miss Iberg, who has been caching since 1934 in rural schools of Madison County and schools of East Moline and Rock sland, most recently worked as principal and curriculum director f the Medina public schools. Receiving her bachelor Of science degree from Eastern Illinois University in 1939 she wen' on to receive her master's de gree from the University of Wis consin in 1949. She also taugh two years as an assistant pro fessor of education at the Unl versity of Wisconsin. Her job in the district of co ordinating student curriculum will involve no teaching duties according to G. 0. DeAtley, dis trict superintendent. GRAFTON - The fall term of rafton Elementary School will pen on Aug. 29, with Aubrey •tontgomery as principal. The eight teachers are: Jarnfs larp, eighth grade; Paul Van Brown, seventh; Leola Cantrell, MANILA — Economic predic tions in the Philippines call fo a boost in foreign exchange bj the end of fiscal year 1965. Graf ton Elementary Classes Start Aug. 29 sixth; Grace Pellfcatt, fifth; Bell, fourth! Cora Loftofl, third; Mary Forrester, second; Opal Miller, first, Mrs. John Bradfisch frill be in charge of the school cafeteria. She will be assisted by Mrs. Albert Eller. YOU'LL FIND ALL YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY NEEDS AT E. Broadway Phone i 465-7756 GODWIN'S Alton's Commercial Stationer HIRSCH&CO. CLOTHES THAT MAKE THE GRADE FOR Boys' 13% Ounce Western Jeans Compare to 2.29 quality. Sturdy western jeans, 2 bar tacked. Sanforized, heavy-boatsail pockets. Sizes 6 to 16. Scoop up an arm load of these jeans at this low back-to- school Hirsch price! 1.79 Boys' Oxfords and Strollers Our regular 2.99 sellers. Oxfords or Slip-on Strollers. Choose from black or brown with long wearing Neolite soles and rubber heels. Ideal for school, play or dress wear. Latest styles in sizes 8'/2 to 3. start •.. '. LION! 2.66 Pair Jutt on* dollar fc »no«fh te rtort an wswnt ft Saving* W* typw er« b mittd for y*Wt or irnaU yo«r \n> #•* (4.6% A ANNUAL I RATf / PAID or COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY F»bru*ry AND LOAN ASSOCIATION •4t fAtr BBOAOWAV • AV.TPN, IH.INOIB We Accept Collect Calls - Boys' Short Sleeve Knits and Cotton Sport Shirts A real Hi'rsch school buy! You will wanf several of these at this low price. Some wash 'n wear in solid prints and plaids. Sanforized. Some Slim Trim and .poncho bottom. Sizes 6 to 18. 66 Boys' Fancy Cotton Anklets Another fabulous Hirsch school buy! Bold, blazer stripes, elastic top, nylon reinforced heel and toe for longer wear. Size 6 to 10. 4 Pairs 88 3-in-l Binder An amazing back-to-school Hirsch Special! Regular 2.12 values 3 in One Binder! Consists of 89c Binder, 25c Filler Paper, IQc Index Guides, 39c Dictionary and a special 49c Drawing Guide! ALL FOR ONE LOW PRICE, 1.37 BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE NOW IN FULL SWING - BIG SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPT.l Downfown Alton Monday and Friday 'til 9 p.m.. Other Pays 8 to 5 p.m. Alton Plgiq Open Monday and Friday 'til 0. Other Days 9 to 5:30 North Alton Open Every Night 'til 9 p-m. Saturday m 5:30 WlUhlre OPEN EVERY NIGHT 9 P.M. Downtown Wood Rlvtr Open Friday Night 'til 0. Other Dayi UU 0:30 Hi

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