Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 14, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 14, 1963
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ALfOtt EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, Janet Edwards Carol Ann Fox Harriett Gross Phyllis Hodge Samuel Jenny Leonard Knmpwerth Linda Whitlock Carlene Matthews James Mueller Bunker Hill School Bucket Listed •t#f Michael liebello Emerson Schultx Jr. Lorraine Schwartz Ruby L. Simpson Louis Tasso Jr. Dorothy Ull Isabel Walters Ruth Ann Waters Marilyn Watsker Staff to Be 535 49 New Teachers Are Added To Alton School Faculty Insurance at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — Accident insurance will be offered again this fall to any Edwardsville Community Unit School students desiring it. Premium will be $2 for students in kindergarten through grade 6 and $3 for students in grades 7 through 12. The student will be covered: — Schwartz, Mrs. Gloria A. Sniff, Jerry H. Simpson, Mrs. Ruby L. Simpson, Pete G. Stavros, and Louis Tasso Jr. Miss Dorothy Ull. liugene E- Ursprung, Mrs Dorothy A. VanMeter, Miss Is;\bel Walters, Miss R'i'h Ann Waters, Miss Marilyn Jean Watsker, Cyrus Kenton White, Mrs. Jean F. Wiegand, Mrs. Captola M. Yust, and Mrs. Linda L. Whitlock. Some additional teachers are still being employed by the Board of Education-. (A) while attending school during the hours and on the days when school is in session, including coverage for school-sponsored and supervised sports (except senior high football), gym, physical education activities, shop and fiek trips. (B) While traveling directly to or from the insured's residence and the school for regular schoo! sessions. (C) While participating in or attending, including school supervis ed travel directly and uninterruptedly to and from, activities spon sored .and supervised by the school and under supervision o! school authorities. (D) While practicing for or participating in all intramural and inlerscliolastic sports except football at senior high school level. A Brochure explaining the pro- The addition of 49 new teachers in the Alton public schools nearly completes the staff of 535 which will be employed in the district this year. The following are among those new teachers joining the staff for the coming year: G. Irwin Ballard, Mrs. Marjorie A. Beane, Miss Fay Carolyn Bemis, Miss Linda Louise Blackmore, Mrs. Karol Novak Bracht and Mrs. Jeannette H. Bolingcr. Mrs. Donna Sue Camp, Mrs. Janet E. Carey, Robert I. Cleveland, Miss Norma L. Coursey, Miss Carolyn Sue Cunningham, and Miss Brenda Gae Dawdy. William Eagleton, Miss Janet C. Edwards, Clint Evans, Mrs. Darlene B. Frankenberger, Miss Carol Ann Fo.x, Miss Harriett J. Gross. Mrs. Yvonne P. Hammonds, Mrs. Phyllis Hodge, Samuel L. Jenney, and Leonard Kampwerth. Mrs. Carlene Matthews, Marvin D. Mondy, James E. Mueller, Mrs. Patricia D. O'Neil, Miss Mary Ann Paradowski, Miss Delores Price, Mrs. Martha Gilbert Reenan, and Michael J. Rebello. Mrs. Inez D. Richnak, Miss Nancy T. Roedel, Emerson A. Schultz Jr., Miss Lorraine jpnmmmumnmmmuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnt B VACATION OVER BETHALTO DONUT SHOP Now Open For Business Open 6 A.M. to 11 P.M. Phone DU 4-9502 OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY TO 9 PM 317 Belle St. Alton, Regulation for Gym Class "Roustabout" by MOORE Wash & Wear Lucky you! The Ironing grind is over, New MOORE "Roustabout", regulation gymsuit is easier-care Wash-and-Wear. Sanforized. 100% Cotton, Just drop it in the nearest sink ,,. shake a little out of the detergent box,,, rinse, and hang ijp. Your "Roustabout" is ready to wear with little or no Ironing, Won't shrink out of fit-sheds, wrinkles after washing - resists wrinkles while wearing. Colorfsst, Expertly styled for beauty and long-walsted for comfort in action. Elastic Innerguard at hem for modesty, The "Roustabout" come* In (list colors). t Children's Sizes 8 to 12 t Chubby $ Slit 13 » Misse*' Sim 10 fe 22 * HELLO! MOM & DAD IT'S BERNIES FOR BACK TO SCHOOL CLOTHES AT BUDGET PRICES. FOR HER FOR HIM • SHIRTS 1 00 Up • PANTS 4 99 ^ 99 • JEANS I 69 u • KNIT POLOS I 00 A 99 • GREW SOCKS DRESSES 99 99 SKIRTS 1 99 Up BLOUSES 1 00 Up SWEATERS • SWIRL SOCKS 39« Pr • GAR GOATS 3" • RAINCOATS 2 99 * JACKETS 2 99 • SHORTSari UNDERSHIRTS 49' Ladies' & Children's Wear 2523 CQUEGE AVE.~UPPER ALTON gram will be sent home w i t li the student the first day of school. BUNKER HILL — A budget ot $'177,394.70 has been proposed by the Bunker Hill Unit school board of education tor the school year of 1963-G'l and is now on file for inspection at the office of I h e high school. A public hearing on the budget will bo held Aug. 26 at 8 p.m. Supt. Holmes announced. A breakdown oC the budget i shows $253,189.79 for the educational fund; $1,839.52 for the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund; $13.26'1.46 for the transportation i fund; $40,425 for the bond fund; j $32,509.06' for the building fund Jand $136,166.87 for the construction fund. The board of education has adopted a new policy for the bus drivers. Pay of drivers has been increased to ?2.75 per trip; driv- enjoy the benefits of plus tie bonus of A ^KinmUlM^^^. with this i Blue-chip offering You get both at Piasa. First of all, your $avlngt are fully and safely insured, up to $10,000. So you get the benefit of no-risk saving. Secondly, your savings at Piasa are actually an investment in real-estate. Soyougetthebigbonu$ of outstanding dividends—currently 4.6% per annum—compounded quarterly. Put your money to work where it earns mor«. money—more often. Save by mail—Piasa pays the postage. Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts,, Alton, III. For t/me and temperature, dial 465-4431, FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Amtmli Inuifij to }10,OOQ by Fidnil $fyln|t ( Uin IWUPH C«i«uWo» Dividends paid for over 75 consecutive yew! ers will be paid 10 cents per mile Holme s also announcRd that for out of town trips plus $1 l>crjutj n w ill not br included in the hour waiting lime with a limit ofj foivj , lal , Kimge (:l irriculum this §20 per trip. Work on the new high school is progressing according to schedule Supt. Holmes announced. Plastering has been completed in all rooms and painting has begun. yciir. From 1 !), ;md German will ho taught. All students interested in these subjects, both firsl and second years, should call the school soon. Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONERS (Floor Samples) SPECIAL LOW PRICES Terms — MEG. 117 6100 BTU's With Easy Installation Kit Model No. 081 8700 BTU's.... Model No. 101 10,000 BTU's.., $209°° $229°° Model No. 152 14,500 BTU's... 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