Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 14, 1963 · Page 12
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August 14, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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AtJGtMf 14,1963 ALTON EVENING Mottnt Them Alton Curtailments - ?-. f o Be Minunated Most d! the curtailments jenv ployed in; the Altttl schools last yeftr will be reinstated With thn opening of the new school yenr in September, school officials reported today. •' ' . The "austerity J«ttt": <irt the public school*, btmjihif, afeoiit by lack of operating funds, HmlM some and elihiitinted other of the many activities wfiich had made up the full cuttidulum. "* Junior High students will once ngaln have opportunities In athletics, various clubs, and band and orchestra, as well as some foreign languages. Hit* high school sports program will be back on n full schedule. In the elementary grades vocal music and art will return to normal schedule. ' TTie elementary band nnd orchestra programs have been .changed some, but will be available to elementary students In the. fifth grade for beginning strings, and the sixth grade for beginning band. Muslo nnd Athlotles Perhaps the most noticed cuts last year were In the music and athletic departments, whore fill instrumental music nl (he elementary and junior high levels Was eliminated from the program. Parents, under the leadership of the Alton Band and Orchestra Builders, continued a limited 'after-school program. Junior high athletics were under the same curtailment. High si-hml sports, other than football and basketball, were at first cut but then underwritten by HIP Exchange Club, and Alton had ( track team which went to thn stale tournament and brought home the championship. "hie. curtailments hit students at various degrees of interest! The elimination of the elementary and seventh nnd eighth grade foreign language program was a. ;;severely-felt cut fell, by stu • dents., as well as parents. The nursing staff, which was one of'the better school nursing pro grams, in the 'state, was cut to four registered and certifiec school nurses. This cut was nt doubt; noticed most by need students and those with healtl problems. . .Missed <ho Field Trips • :'. All : students missed field trips which bring ,lo life much of thr classroom -studies in various fields!"" The cut in secretarial custodial,>.as well as mainteanc services is one that does no readily show to the public, bu is more- apt to show a cumula tive effects 'lesser: services ar realized.. ;, /' Library service, especially th' Bookmobiles, was limiiod to th< same extent . as others, givin? students less opportunity to mak' selection of books for 'refereno and reading. Teaching supplies, as well a the summer curriculum sludie jire other cuts that would no be readily noticeable by the sti dents or parents, but would als be fell more with, the passin; 'of- time. Depending on the availabilit of teachers nnd funds, most c the curtailments will be reir •stated for the '1963-64 school yeai school officials said; ' ' PARIS—The latest attack o the gouymet pocketbook frot France -li/'lhe practice of put : tlng vlnVjjfge .years on sardin cans, 64 school year to leach in the Junior-senior high schools of the High School. PTADues Boost to Be Considered WOOD RIVER •- A proposed icrcase In Iho membership duos rom 50 cents to one dollar will n considered nt the first meet- ig of the Lorena, Avenue Parent- 'cachet- Assn. at. 7:30 p.m. Sept. 7 In Lewis Clark School, Mrs. 'owafd Allen reports. The Increase is suggested by lie executive board to'covet- the Roxana Unit, ost of the higher slate dues. "Getting to' know you" has ioen adopted as the theme of the oniing year. Programs .Will ln« hide a number of outstanding poakers in the education field. Talents of teachers and parents vill be featured at the September iiocling. Elmer Schwalbe, Lewis- Clark School principal; Is serving \s chairman of the teacher division; and the executive board with it; help for former presidents, will be in charge of the parent talent >how. Meetings will he held alternate nonlhs during the school year at 7:30 p.m. in Lewis-Clark School in the third Tuesday of Novem- >ei', January and March, conclud- ng with "Touchers recognition night" in April. Mrs. David Winnett is serving is vice president and program chairman; Truman Jouett, secretary; and Mrs. Harry Goforth, .rcasurcr. Edwardsville Pupils Should Enroll Now EDWARDSVILLE - All students who were not enrolled in Edwardsville School District 7 last year should do so at the earliest possible date in order to be sure hat they will have facilities and equipment ready when school opens. Supt. Gordon Dodds emphasized .that it is important that school personnel know in advance who will be enrolled in school in order to provide for them. Those who wait until after school starts to enroll run the risk of being without books, desks, and Bother equipment until, it can oe ordered. Late enrollees may find that buses will not be able to accommb- ale them until adjustments are made. Students can be enrolled from now until Hie opening of school in the following locations: grades 7 through 9, Junior High School building; grades 10 through 12, Senior High School building; kin- dergarlcn through grade 6, Hadley House, 708 St. Louis SI. Any child who will be five ANN S01IOLL MAIUOItlB BARBAN SHARON MYERS JAN K, REID GARY BALLARD DARRELL WATERS 15 New Teachers Employed at Roxana ROXANA - Fifteen new teach- era have been hired for the 1963- Gary Ballard was graduated from Southern Illinois University In 1963. with a major In mathematics and a minor i n chemistry. He attended East Alton-Wood River Mrs. Marjorie Barban received her bachelor of science degree from Southern Illinois University in 1958 with majors in English and speech. She will teach in the junior high school. Clyde Davis, high school social studies, was graduated from SIU with a bachelor of science degree with majors In government and sociology. He will teach In both <he junior and senior high schools. Terry Durham attended both Easlern Illinois University and Southern. He was graduated from Southern Illinois University with a bachelor of science degree In 1960. He will serve as an instruc- lor in the Art Department Mrs. Peggy Karoly of Granite City will teach English In the jun- Ellis Given $400 Grant From Fund CLARENCE ELLIS JR. Clarence Ellis Jr., son of Mr and Mrs; Clarence Ellis Sr., 2402 Humbert St., Alton, has been awarded a $400 grant from the George Washington Educational Fund. A June graduate of Alton Senior High School, Ellis will enroll as a freshman student at Southern Illinois University, Carbonclale, in the fall. years of age on or before the first of December should be enrolled now to begin school. A birth certificate should be presented • at • time of registration. FRENCH, BRITISH PLAN MOO M.IMI. OCEAN PLANE LONDON — A 1.-100 m.p.h. plam which will transport 100 person from London or Paris to Ne\ York in three 1 hours is on Ih drawing board. This supersoni airliner is CM Her the 'Concorde and is being developed jointly b' the British Aircraft Corporalio: and the French Sud Aviation Co A prototype is expected to mak its first flight in 19G6, and regula service craft should be ready i 1970. Dodds Tells Importance of Kindergarten EDWARDSVILLE - A. Gordon )odds, superintendent of Ed- 'ardsville Community Schools, has Iresscd the importance of molh- rs accompanying Iheir children kindergarten opening day o: :hool, Sepl. 3. Sludenls will be school only long enough to omplete enrollment on that day nd will attend regular sessions Wednesday, Sept. 4. All kindergarten students shoulc eport to their regular classroom at 9 a.m. on Sept. 3 at which ime they should have their •hysical examination report. I vould be well, Dodds added, i he kindergarten fee of $4 could b at that time. Kindergarten will be open to al students who will be five year of age on or before Dec. 1. Anx children of kindergarten age wh mve not been previously registei or high school. She received her egree from Southern In 1962. Muck Kitlen graduated from Eastern Illinois University with majors in history »nd German, le also has allended the NDEA German Institute in 1961. He will each in, both the junior and enior high school. Mrs. Doris Lenz, who will leach n bolh Ihe English and Foreign ^anguage deparlmenl, allended Crane Junior College, Iho Unlver- ity of Illinois and was graduated rom Southern Illinois University n 1958. Mrs. Eva Marcusson received icr bachelor of science degree rom Western Illinois University n 1957. She will teach malhemat- cs in the junior and senior high school. She formerly taught at the ust Alton-Wood River High School. ed should do so at the board o education office prior lo Sept. 3 o at Iheir regular school of attend ance not later than Sept. 3. A birth certificate will be needed a time of registration. The most recent addition to thn junior high faculty is Sharon Kny Myers, a graduate of Southern Illinois University. She will teach in Iho English Department. John Earl Podner. a Phi Beta Ktippu from Granite City, was graduated from Illinois College in 1903. He will teach English and from Southern Illinois University.] She will teach art in bolh Ihe junior and senior high school. Miss Ann Scholl, an honor graduate from Southern Illniois Uni- [versily, will teach mathematics in the Senior High School. Darrell Waters received his degree from Millikin University. He French in (lie Senior High School. | WMS gnuluatecl from the East Al- Charlcs Raich, a graduate of I ton-Wood River High School Southwest Missouri State College.j 1959. Ho will he a member of the will serve as assistant footballScience department and will leach coach and as a physical educa- in the junior high school, lion instructor. This year there will be a new Mrs. Karen Janice Reid receiv- high in student enrollment with d her bachelor of science degree'750 students in the junior high Take the Helm of Your Own Boat and Have Fun! Skipper your outboard or inboard motorboat and enjoy a new world of fun. Finance your craft on a low-cost Boat Loan from us. Convenient terms. See or call.Ken Kloos at MIOSTATES FINANCE GO. 311 Ridge near Broadway PHONE HO 2-9214 • HIGH SPEED BROILING! • LIFT OFF OVEN DOOR! you- can be sure IF ITS WESTINGHOUSE! 3. Days Onfy.' Cushion-foot STRIPE-TOP CREW SOCKS {Boys' fitg. 31 Men's Save! Combed cotton, nylon- reinforced. 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