Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 14
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July 6, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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WEDNESDAY. JULY 0. 1%0 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 6,1980 Improvements Planned by C.of C. at Brighton WUr.HTON - Ihr ISMi officers ol Brighton (linmbrr of CoinmrnT pl.-it! In rr\ ivr int'icsl in n si rev!- ntimbrruv.; procrum ;ind to <;<•( out ;i <lKfl niiip dl the 1 rimiiiniMih. (Y)H )n i I'rivrllo, prrsirirnl. s;n<! this wci'k A rr\iv;il of intrrrst is beiim slum n in llic nrenni/iitiiiii, \\hich also plans to back n candidate In tlv .'ipprn.'irhinu Miss \l;irtnij>ni (.'iiillltj Knir |iMUr;iiit. Tlir (ir^rmi/.ition for 1HWI was itcrntly romplrlod uith the iviui- itK' of mmmittre clinirnipn. Cri- vrlln said. Taking offkr with Cri- vi Ho wrre Vrrnon Sheds as vice'- president. \V n r r r n Strohbcck. rcr. Mrs. Marie Yost is sec- The Directors Directors are George St. Cin, Paul Warner. Harry Jones, Gordon Lamport. Bclmont Schcffel and Donald Wrrts. Committee chairmen and cochairmen are: George St. Cin and Willard Kclsey. program; Harold Botl nnd Victor Srhrocder, industrial development; Eugene St. Cin and Fred Schcftel. civic improvement; Warren Strohbeck, solicitation; Harold Chase- and George Pilgcr. house numbers; Cletusj RathRcb and Lampert, member-1 ship; Gil Vonnahmen, Sheets and j Belmont Scht'ffel, retail. J Members of the executive com-j mittee are Harold Bott, the retiring president, Harold Chase, R. J. €. OF C. OFFICERS Officers of Brighton Chamber of Commerce photographed with Miss Carol Duncan who will be sponsored by the organization in the Miss Macoupin County Fair pageant. The officers, from left, are: Caspar Crivello, president; Vernon Sheets, ^-fee-president; Warren Strohbeck, treasurer. — Staff Photo. the community. for every 50-foot lot in tend University of Missouri in the Crivello said that work is now being done on a map of the village to be issued soon and also plans 'fall. At the last meeting of the or-1 Renewed Interest Muckerman. Dr. F. N. Orr and ganization it was decided to spon- j Crivello predicted a renewal ol Dr. Joseph Murphy. " ""' " " Milage Map sor the candidacy of Miss Carol interest in the future of the C. of Duncan, in the Miss Macoupin County Fair contest at the county fair at Carlinville. Miss Duncan. IS, a daughter of are being made for the numbering I Mr. and Mrs. George D. Duncan of Brighton houses. A house number, he said, is expected to be Jr., is a 1960 graduate of Southwestern High School. She will at- C. organization and of the community. He pointed to the construction of homes in and adjacent to the village and to plans being made by the village administration to construct a sewer system. On Thursday, July .1-1, Crivello'Hon. announced, a barbecue for mem- bors and their families will be staged at the C. of C. Park north of town on Route 67-111. In addition, he said, members will attend a professional football game at St. Louis in the fall. Crivello said that an all-out effort will be launched soon to acquire new members for the organiza- Democrats Plan Rainey Dinner At Greene Fair CARROLLTON — Plans are being completed for a Democratic dinner to be held at the Carrolllon fairgroiinds«Saturda.y, Aug. 20. . Roy Williams, chairman of the Greene County Democratic Central Committee, has announced that the celebration js in honor of the late Henry T. Rainey's 100th birthday anniversary. Dinner will be served at 4 p.m. on the grounds. A host of Democratic officials will be present. Among these will be U. S. Senator Paul H. Douglas, Samuel Shapiro, candidate for It. governor, William Clark, candidate for attorney general, James McLaughlin, candidate for Secretary of Stale and Michael J. HnwleU. candidate for Auditor of Public Accounts. From our own 20th district there will be Montgomery B. Carrott, candidate for United States Representative, and Senator James O. Monroe ol the Illinois State Senate. Further developments concerning the celebration will be announced as plans are completed. Williams said. The dirty .towel is Public Enemy No. 1, said the Women's Institutes of Northern Ireland, voting in Belfast to urge that paper towels or hot air dryers be installed in every public lavatory. • Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily NO MORE MESS! NO MORE GUESS! NOW YOU POUR PERFECTLY BALANCEO CHOCOLATE MIIK RIGHT FROM THE CARTON! •<' "/, NEW. 1 IMPROVED! BALANCED FLAVOR... the chocolaty goodness they love BALANCED NUTRITION... the milk goodness they need NEW! IMPR< THE PERFECT SUMMER REFRESHER- Sealtest Chocolate Milk. So much better tasting-with the just-right'chocolaty flavor that thousands of families just like yours told Sealtest they wanted. SO MUCH BETTER FOR YOUR FAMILY than other less nourishjng summer drinks. 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