Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 13
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April 13, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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:ameo damsel stockings Sealed down in *!*• and price, for sophisti* eated upper damneal Won't tag or bag like regular teamlew stockings. Sbeer. clinging flattery...jnst a little babysitting practically pays for them! Seamiest and •eamleit •tretch. S1.15«>dS1.35.pdr Alton Plata and WHsnire ViHoac Rlchmrt fenge! who win be featured to the "Con. certo for Trombone «nd Band" by Rlnwky-Korsakov at the Tuesday night formal concert of the Alton High School bwid. Proceeds will go toward purchas- air conditioners for rehearsal room.— Noel Manns Alton High Concert Band In Final Program Tuesday Alton High School concert (the faculty. "Pageant" by V. Pee- Marshall Fowler, senior Alton High School sill- dent, trill be spotlighted In selection. "Showers of Gold" at Tuesday night's concert, this wOl be the final appearance of the concert band as a milt. Many seniors will be making last appearance—Noel Manns Photo. John Brock wfcyi _ student, and featured player In Alton High School band's formal concert Tuesday night—Noel Manns photo. band will present a formal program Tuesday, 8 p.m., in the auditorium, making their final appearance of the year as a unit. Three seniors will appear as soloists. Marshall Fowler wfll be featured on the trumpet in "Showers of Gold" by H. L. Clarke. Richard Bengel, trombonist, will be spotlighted in the "Concerto for Trombone and Band" by Rimsky-Korsakov. And John Brockway will play the French Horn solo in "Concerto for Horn," by R. Hermann. Boyd LaMarsh, band director for the school, will conduct. Other numbers on the program were selected to give the concert goer an entertaining evening, LaMarsh said. The "Second Suite in F for Mil tary Band," by G. Hoist, including the "March" with "Morris Dance," "Swansea Town" and 'Claudy Banks," will lead off. "Song Without Words," "I'll Love My Love," "Song of the Blacksmith;" and "Fantasia on the Dargason" which introduces 'Green Sleeves," follow. "The Lincoln' Portrait" by A. Copeland will be performed with a narration by Gene Bailey, of YOU CAN BUY THESE FOR A SONG! NORTH ALTON STORE ONLY! 508 W. Delmar Tonite, Friday and Saturday Only YOUNG PARAKEET PLUS MRS. HALFIN'S PARAKEET FOOD KIT Beautiful Plumage ... Healthy ... Just Right for Training and Teaching to Talk. The Whole Family will have fun—watching the antics and acrobatic maneuvers performed by these little fellows. I Guaranteed to learn how to talk. Written guarantee | I for exchange or refund after 90 days. . YOUNG CANARIES PLUS 98c MRS, HALFIN'S FOOD KIT — BOTH FOR EXCITING Both for Only 3 97 BABY TURTLES INCLUDING BOWL TURTLE FOOD AND CARE PAMPHLET, All for Real Live HAMSTERS 1.47 -' I 9 : FREE! •eoUet on Core and Feeding of Pet* Haiti P«roh**t FOOD KIT Contain* Est*nti|1t for FREE! Mn. STURDY * BOON? ..... etli«r« •••ort*« • tylo* ««d »rlc«» to »*et My •••**• VISilT Off P«t * fin* collection of »cc«»»«rle», Book*, ••« T0»f. TOWTf, FIH SAT. * 608 W. OELMAR STORE ONLY sichetti will be played near the end of the program and the final selection will be "Herbert L. Clarke's Triumphal March", by T. B. Boyer. Adult tickets for the event are 50 cents. Proceeds will go toward a fund to purchase air conditioning units for the school's rehearsal room where students in the Marching Band practice throughout the summer. A score of seniors will be mak- Unit 40 High Classes Will Elect Officers votes. Vickie Batton Is • candidate for secretary, and the three candidates for treasurer are Karen Wyatt, Marlene Swan and Cheryl Suhling. Five cheerleaders and one alternate will be elected from the following list of aspirants: I Linda Buchanan, Evan Jane HARD1N - Students of Unit Nevlus Ruth Ewen Judy Krau . 40 High School will elect class officers, student council mem- shaar, Eilen Anderson, Joan Mortland, Sandra Larar, Dixie bers president of the student!Harris. Jean Harris, Jean Mar- body and varsity cheerleaders!tin. Julia Zlpprich, Janet Camp- tor the 1961-62 school year in a! bell, Carol Bass. Leola Sny- secret ballot election today andjders. Friday. The deadline date torj filing petitions for the offices; Hardbi Music HARDIN — Music students . „ „ ...... „ _____ „ ____ , „„-*" last Friday - Trvouts torj of Unit 40 High School will ing their final appearance with| varsltv cheerleaders were held iparticipate , n R solo ^ en . the concert band. Tuesday morning in the gym. jumble contest at Barry, in Pike Three petitions were filed forj County Saturday . The group the office of president of thej wil , be accompanled by Dan student body. These were Chuck | Thomas> muslc direc tor for the Holloway. John Peterson and; schools jn the unlt Lary Kippllnger. Two student; The Hanjinaires> a ^tig will enter the chorus Greenfield Couple Married 25 Years OKE.EZN.tIJi/LJ.) — Mr. s« \* ( i^iuup, **m cm,c* LH^ v-i*w*«»a Mrs. M. T. Armstrong will ob . ed from each class, and the can-j contest and the foHowing stu . Mr«.ThompsonHeads ElsahParentTeachers ELSAH — Mrs. James Thompson was elected president of the Elsah Parent Teacher Association Tuesday evening. Others named were: Mrs. Albert Plagmann, vice president; Mrs. Reinhart Ross, secretary and Robyn Relph, treasurer. Installation of the new officers will be held at the May meeting. BUFFALO AVERAGED 7,071 BUFFALO, N.Y. (/P) — Basketball attendance during the 1960-61 season at Memorial Audi torium here totaled 98,996 for 14 programs, including eight doubleheaders. The average turnout serve their 25th wedding anni- didates for these posts are as i dents will play instrumental — o —™—_ . u^Jibi9 VY l*» k/»wjr iiiov* ujuwikbciA versary with open house from 2-4 follows: seniors, Jean Martin;. M> * ... *u* . _. ! •.. _t.«_M T«»M A* A ««Ak*4r<kM bMlMM ' ' p.m. Sunday, April 23, in St. Michael community hall. Mrs. Armstrong is the former Mary Elizabeth Richie, daughter of Mrs. Leonard Richie of East Alton and the late Mr.. Richie, and Mr. Armstrong is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Armstrong. The couple was mar- juniors, Janet Aderton, Ellen Anderson and Evah Jane Nevius; sophomore^ Barbara Beck-.^ erton, Julia Zlpprich, Jeannie Martin, Bernard Gotway and er and Tina Holloway. Only one petition was filed for each senior class office, as follows: president, Charles Gerecke; vice president, Joe Friedel and secretary, Joan Mort- ried at the home of Scott Coch-;iand. Candidates for president Ensembles will include a cornet duet, Gary McBride and 1 Alice Herkert; a saxaphone trio, Bernard Gotway, Larry Sievers and Dewey Schieeper; a clarinet quartet, Sandra La- was 7,071. students in Unit 40 have been notified of a meeting of the Band Boosters at 7:30 tonight in the band room In Hardin. Among the topics to be discussed are the overnight trip to Carbondale for the high school band contest, and the purchasing of uniforms and other equipment for the band. Band Director Dan K. Thomas has asked all band parents to be present for this meeting. ran, justice of the peace. The attendants were Mrs. Marjorie Nix Coop of Jacksonville and Clarence Neal, Kemper. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong have two daughters, Mrs. Homer Huff of Medora and Mrs. Fred Roth, and a son, Larry; and one grand- of the junior class for vice pres-!'* 1 '. Di * ie Harris ; Jeannie Mar ' Ident are: John Schaberg, Mike Durr, Charles Funk and Larry Sievers. Those running for vice tin and Julia Zipprich; and a trombone^ trip, Linda Booth, Judy Kraushaar and Hal Bry. president are Ellen Anderson j an *- c and Roger Godar. Patsy Becker is a candidate for secretary and,; Suffers Stroke HARDIN — Mrs. Mecia Ful- COATS-SUITS TOPPERS DRESSES • BrakM StMM OH 7 t* • Drt$sy or f / , Tailored 73 RIG. $5.ff AND UP TOPPERS-SUITS • Reg. $3.99 $ •* AND • Sixes 4 to $10.99 «3 UP 10 Only Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK Rnad Mrs lice candldate Armstrong is employed at the i T to Jersey Community treasurer. Dlanne St J mer IS the <*"<«- i al Wednesday morning, after JacksonviUe State Hospital and , Mr. Armstrong is a school busi date for President of the sopho-jshe suffered a stroke at her driver, Greene County rabies in-' more class - The vice president; home here. specter, and constable of thej wi11 be the person receiving,! Band Boosters to Meet township district. 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