Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 12, 1963
Page 23
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Section 3 Pages 23-34 Established January 15, 1836. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH food Television Amusement ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Workshop for Foreign Languate Teachers Set JERSEYVILLE. - A workshop for teachers of foreign languages In District 100 and surrounding areas will be held at the Jersey Community High School Friday beginning at 9 a.m. Don Ryberg, who has just completed an intensive study of the Russian language in San Francisco, will be principal discussion leader. The workshop is being sponsored by the office of the super intendent of public instructions and local arrangements are being made by Scott Courier, principal of the Jersey Community High School, assisted by Gus Roth, unit district superintendent, and 0. A. Wilson Jr., superintendent of schools of Jeisey County. Dan Romane, foreign language consultant from the office of the superintendent of public instruction in Springfield, will conduct the sessions. Rotary Program ChairmenNamed JERSEYVILLE — The Rev. M. Edwards Breed, program chairman of the Jerseyville Rolary Club, has announced the list of program chairmen for the meetings beginning Oct. 7. The foHouirg is the schedule of meetings and chairman: Oct. 7, Let- Hautcr; Oct. 14, Hc-rben Gubscr; Oct. 21, IT. F. Her.riorson; Oct. 28, Clayton Ford; Nov. 4, Morris Waggoner; Nov. 21. no meeting; Nov. 18, Alvin Peteitt; Nov. 25, Harold Lane; Dec. 2, Ladies Day, chairman Paul Fleming; Dec. 9, Harold Umphrees; Dec. 16, Paul Carey; Dec. 23, Mode Powell; Dec. 30, O. G. Leach; Jan. 6, Fred Breitweiser; Jan. 13, If. V. Henderson; Jan. 27. Dr. Victor Oborheau; Feb. 3, Howard Perdun; Feb. 10, John Surgeon; Feb. 17, Robert Krause; Fob. 24, Barry Ritter; March 2. annual meeting; March 9, Farmer's Night, chairman Roscoe Randall; March 16, Ray Pearce; March 30, Ladies Day, Richard Gubser. chairman ; April 6. Dr. Clyde Wieland; April 13, Kontner Rice, April 20, George Threlkold; April 27, John Shot: May 18, 814 Enrolled lit Greenfield Unit Schools GREENFIELD - Enrollment in Unit School District 10 for 19631964 is 814, an increase of 58 students over last year's enrollment. There are 445 pupils in the ele mentary school and 369 students in the Junior-Senior High School. First grade enrollment is 86 pupils and in the 70's for grades two through six. This necessitates Ihree groups and three teachers in each of the first six grades. There are 615 seniors in the high school and only 36 freshmen. Honor Society, chairman Paul Carey. Dates open yet for chairmen selection are March 23, May 11, May 25; June 1, June 8, June 15, June 22 with a Family Picnic' being considered for June 29. The program chairman for the next meeting of the club Sept. 16 will be Richard Gubsor. The program for the following week. Sepl. 23, has been changed due to cancellation of the visit of the district governor until a later date. Supervisors Okay Levies in Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey|$l,500 for r- nstriiction, totalin; County Board of Supervisors ap.|$ 17 . 00 °; Jersey, $54,000 total levy; proved levies for expenses for the coming fiscal year at a meeting Tuesday at the courthouse. A total of $47,460 was levied for general county purposes to be made at a rate not to exceed .094 on the full, fair cash valuation. The sum of $6,000 was leviec for the municipal retirement funr at a rate not to exceed .013 per cent. For construction of bridges a total of $25,000 was approved to be levied at a rate not to exceed .05 per cent. A levy for county highway fund for improving maintaining and repairing highways, totaling $50,000 was approved to be spread at a rate not to exceed .10 per cent. The road and bridge levies filed by the townships were as follows: Elsah, $6,500 improvement and maintenance, $1,500 for construction, totaling $8,000; English, $12,000 total levy; Fidelity, $15,500 improvement and maintenance, DISCOUNT DRUG STORES —Save Two Ways— Low Prices Plus i Top Value Stamps! Limits Rights stamps not _ . given on Reserved tobacco Items. WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER 649 BERKSHIRE BLVD. RAY WAHLBRINK MANAGER - R.Ph. Dial 259-8668 headquarters for supplies AT DISCOUNT PRICES "Free" BALL POINT PEN with $1.00 Purchase of School Supplies PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE There is a registered pharmacist on duty to fill your prescription . promptly and accurately. Make this drug store your drug store. r \ Regular 39c ST. JOSEPH Aspirin, 50's Ray Wahlbrink, R.Ph. Manager (Regular 99c SI Ml LAC FulTpound I Regular 69c CURADS Plastic Strips. [Regular 25c | EVENFLO Complete Unit.... 2 for Regular 79c Scrap Book . 59c Reg. 49c AutographAlbum39c Re?. 79c Photo. Album . 59c Big Value Shoe & Lunch Tote Bag . . $1.99 Genuine '"Yale" Combination Padlock . . $1.59 For Travel — Student's Luggage Tag . 29c •!»» »•" ™ »» Regular $1.29 Webster Dictionary . . 97c Popular Zipper School Pouch . 15c Sturdy Plaid SnboolBa* . . 88c For School Papers ATTACHE BriefGase . . 88c Big Value 9-Piece Manicure Set, $1.88 Economically Priced 6-Piece Manicure Set . 88c Regular $1.49 Nifty Space-saver Side Binder . $1.17 Nifty Book-Holder Binder . . $1.37 Regular $1.00 Bauer & Black SWIMMER ^CkA SUPPORTER O%7C Accurate School Calculator . . 69c Walnut-Brass Finish Desk Lamp . $2.99 Reg. 29c Cello-Frostefl Tuck Tape . 3 *» 49c (Regular 98c Q-TIPS Cotton Swabs. Regular 49c Saccharine Tablets Regular $1.19 6-12 AEROSOL BOMB . . (Regular 55c IVICKS VAP-0-RUB XL FILM 4 *1 120-620-127 far Regular 79c BAYER ASPIRIN J2 (Regular 98c MICRIN *"""'""""''"" Bathroom Cup. (Regular 98c BAN Deodorant (Regular 89e LAVORIS A°;° U, (Regular 98c GILLETTE ?up ' Blue Blades. [Regular 35c VASELINE ;:;°" um (Regular 69c Charcoal Briquets >« IRtgulor 29c WAX PAPER 125>feet Roll (Regular 79c JERGENS LOTION 59° FREE! Film for Life FREE! When We Develop ami Print Your Exposed Roll of 8 Prints •••••••••••••••I or More — Black and White 120, 620, 127 Bring your next roll of Black and While 120, 127, 620 Roll Film to Onsen's for developing mid printing of 8 prints or more and we will give you your next roll FREE! . . . Take advantage of this sensational Gasen Offer and get "FREE FILM FOR LIFE!" Offer limited to rolls with 8 prints or more Regular 39e Home & Office 100-Count m. 23c ** \ « « I \\ \ \ I t I • •JSStSg. Reg 49C */8 Bl Ring 1.40 it? w' vacu«"« r,"' Full Pint Vacuum Bottle with cup top 99c Envelopes 24' Offer Expires Sept. 15 C L I P ' SAVE Begulnr $1.73 48's KOTEX or MODESS 5 19 Offer Expires Sept. IS C L I P N SAVE! Kegular :i'Jc, ANJELSKIN FACIAL TISSUES 2 for 33* Offer Expires Sept. 15 I P N 3.JSLVJEJ 1 Regular lOc ! CRACKER s JACK 1 3, oJ9' i Offer lixpires 5 Sept. IS SAVE! •••••••••••••••I Regular 20c « BOOK MATCHES 2 Boxes 23 C I Offer Uxplres Sept. IS Mississippi, $7,200 improvement and maintenance, $2,000 construction, totaling $8,570. Piasa, $11,440 improvement and maintenance, $2,000 construction, totaling $12,440; Quarry $3,900 improvement and maintenance $1,500 construction, totaling $5,400; Richwood, $4,000 maintenance and improvement. $1,000 construction, totaling $5,000; Rosedale, $1,700 improvement and maintenance $500 construction totaling $2,200; Ruyle, $5,700 improvement and maintenance $500 con struction, totaling $6,700. The list of 500 jurors as certified by the Circuit Judges f o i Jersey County for the year wa.« selected and approved at the meeting. Jersey Tax Multiplier Set at 1 JERSEYVILLE — The Department of Revenue of the State has certified to County Clerk Linda Crotchett the multiplier to be used in spreading of taxes in Jersey County. The department certified that its estimate of the full, fair cash value of locally assessed property of Jersey County for 1963 is $47,819,000. On the basis of the full, fair cash value of locally assessed property and the listed or assessed valuation of property for the year 1963 as certified by Robert Bosworth, supervisor of assessments of Jersey County, together with the department's estimate of the amount added by the Board of Review, the multiplier was set at 1. SEOUL—Koreans will build a fertilizer factory in 1964. Three Treated at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLp: — Fred Eilerman, 15, son of Mrs. Rosa Eiler man of Batchtown, fractured the middle (OP of his left foot when he stubbed it on another boy'? shop, Wednesday. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospit- al where hf was treated and re-1 stairs at her home. leased. | Chester Ray of Kane was treat- Ilrhra Rirr, 12. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kentnei- Rice, was treated at the hospital at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday for contusions and abrasions received down ed at the Jersey Community Hospital Tuesday morning. After he was bitten by a dog on the left and right ankles and right little finger. A Whopping Big Vofoef STEP-IN and WEDGIE TIE A. Foil foam totote, spring hMl • • • •oft nurthmillour , S0pph cnRh flirt* ittfcMVirtf frfe Cushion crepe sol* favoritw Jn a popular choice of colont Blk. Blk. Deertan OMer White TENNIS SHOES IITE, HLK, Tf $199 WHITE, HLK, TAN, BLUE PAIR SEAMLESS HOSE PRS. $ CRAFT FACTORY OUTLET 315 BELLE ST. DOWNTOWN ALTON OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY EVENING 'TIL 9 PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY EASTGATE EAST ALTON =y *• FLOOR MODEL CLEARANCE AIR CONDITIONERS USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY FULL 1-YEAR WARRANTY ON PARTS AND LABOR! FULL 5-YEAR WARRANTY ON SEALED-IN REFRIGERATOR SYSTEM! SCOTT FOAM FILTER! QUIET, COOL COMFORT! With Quick Mount Kit! 2 6,100 BTU . . 144.00 2 8,100 BTU . . 152.00 3 6,100 BTU . . 122.00 2 10,000 BTU . . 165.00 6 15,000 BTU . . 186.00 DEHUMIDIFIERS 2 15,000 GU. FT. CAPACITY, Removes 26 Pints Per Day $59.97 2 20,000 CU. FT. CAPACITY, Removes 33 Pints Per Day $69,97 FULLY AUTOMATIC CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNHY'S Shop 1O a.m. to 9 p. m. MONDAY through SATURDAY^ BASTGAT6 PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 Niagara Avenue

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