Historical treasure hunt continues

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By The Staff

TELL CITY - Three more clues should help treasure hunters narrow their search for a wooden token hidden as part of an ongoing hunt for history sponsored by the Tell City Sesquicentennial Committee.

Last Thursday's clues didn't yield a winner. Whoever finds the token will win gift certificates from Hauenstein's, Ponderosa and Julie's Tell Street Cafe.

Treasure hunters can find the answer to the clues in the Tell City-Perry County Public Library, Tell City Historical Society, the Tell City pictorial history book or by talking with senior or history-minded citizens.

The tokens will always be located on public or city property. The person finding the specially marked wooden token should contact Mark Laflin at 548-0778.

Winners of previous rounds are not eligible to win again.

A final round of the treasure hunt will be announced next Thursday.

Round 4 Clues

Clue 1: Saint William

Clue 2: Coffee and kuchen were served nearby to members of the Gemuetlichkeit Society.

Clue 3: Be careful crossing the street.

This Weeks' Clues

Clue 4: Guess what? The lions are close by.

Clue 5: Keep your eyes down and fingers to the ground

Clue 6: Water is close to the token.