Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1961 · Page 22
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April 17, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MQflDAY, APRIL IT, 1961 Start Edwarthtffle Curb, Gttttor Work F.DWARDJSVtLLlC — Tom curb and SM *L*F2 ****"* P 1 * grams, attltMfaetf uwtef motor fuel IMt ftmrti, and preparation of the ctty'i M* sanitary landfill had their Bnrt begtrming> laft welt, Mayor Wlfllam C. Straute announced today. City engineers Thursday "Waked out" Lincoln, Eberhart, Pricket! and Madison avenue from Hartley to Jefferson under the curb and gutter program, the mayor said, and a resolution to advertise for bids from contrac- will t* ft"4y tot fMttgt of the C!ty Ctmneil at the nurt miit» Ing. In addition, the c«y*« «W to* fill near Fruit row hti own •staked out" and ram JfrBtn me street department have begun the burning of brush in lOTparation for the landfill's operation. It in fnt NHMRfll It OP* tratttn by 8p flnt of imt month, Midi CAMPBELL AWNINO BBLPA8T, NUffhtnt -A iT,OW,Ot» Mghway to Lhibon n KiMQUltu tO OpWI IMXt INDEPENDENT ED. CtJBCt QUALIFUD VILLAGE ftW 8A«T AlrttMf, ttL, BLECTIONi TUESDAY, APRIL 1», 1901 t Turn •ftptrtn* Ccn»t«l)i« Wood River towntMp • S?*i r . m A" '.Sto.BS'lS? 11 Unlt "- *«•» PfWWitit tootl MO. united rlnni QUHra WorltSrs • Home ownw, .30 years In fi«st Alton. • t« not and wilt not be domlnttad by any ONE or CLIQUE. vot/n VOTE Aim SITPOBT GREATLY APPRECIATED ?TH,irS THE RESULT? Group of contestants at the state district high school tnnsic contest at Alton High School, Saturday, look at bulletin board to see how they rated. Boys and girls took the news professionally, snowed determined interest but little emotion.—Staff Photo. At West Junior 17 Alton High Music Entries Rate Superior Brighton Picnic Meeting April 25 Variety Shotv I Set for Brighton P.T.A. Carnival BRIGHTON - Plans art- being made to st;ige a variety show as i one of the principal attractions of I a Parent-Teacher Association oar' nival scheduled for Saturday at West Grade School, according to iMrs. Guy Northcutt. who is co! chairman of the carnival with Mrs. Jack Bagley. BRIGHTON- Brighton Picnic Mrs - Northcutt and Mrs. Bag- competed in the contest at Alton Association will meet Tuesday.; iev will be in direct control of High. April 25. at 8 p.m. at the village"'- variety show, while other A3ton students and ratings an-. h a ll. Paul Warner, secretary. > chairmen arr arranging for an Superior: Nancy Moore, clnri- has announced. Officers will be' assortment of other events, net; Dick Bengel. trombone: Jack- elected and plans for the 1961 At a recent panning session it • ie Jennings, flute: Larry Duncan. P j rn jc will be made. was reported that arrangementsj French born: Marshall Fowler. Attend conference have been made for food sales 1 cornet: John Brock-way. French BRIGHTON* - Administrators "'*)' pond,...general refreshments' horn; Charles Smith. Jackie Jen- U1 southwestern School unit at- aild attractions, rings, Carolyn Smith, flute trio:; tended conferences over the Roger Elliott. Geoff Harris. Jim weekend. Troy Meyer, superin- Keiser. Richard Sitze. trombone tendent of the district and Joe quartet: John Brockvray. Jan Gas- Groom , elementary supervisor. Hng, Larr>' Duncan. Ruth Healy, attended an e i em entary level French born quartet. conference at Champaign and Charles LaMarsh. »•>«««•- *• »• GETTING IN TUNE Marlene Schnltzmeyer, sophomore of Carlyle High School, tunes up flnte in one of the Alton High practice rooms. Harry Schmidt, band director of Carlyle, checks her tone on the strobotttner which ' will indicate when the instrument is in pitch. Thirty- I four high schools competed in the daylong state dis- i trict competition Saturday.—Staff Photo. nesdny evening at the home of pleted by Columbiana south of Mrs. Charles Maston in Carroll- here. The house is near the ton large drying plant which they: Mr. and Mrs. Neil Witt and | daughter. Patricia, moved Sat- IBADAN—Nigeria Is sending ', urday from a tenant house on • « n economic mission to 20 coun- Columbiana Farms to a new tries in a move to boost capital house which has just been com-l investments in its economy. Seventeen of the i!6 Alton Htgh School entries in the district mu-j sic contest here Saturday were rated superior, final result.-showed today. The superior entries wil.' go on to the state finals at Carlinville.' on May 6. Thirty-four schools i -V Auxiliary Restore Democracy SHELTON Mayor t Alton Dennis ELDREb"- The American Ralph McBride, principal of! Legion Auxiliary Simon, clarinet quartet: Jerry Clardy, Connie Loveless. JCITV Curry, Robetl Bern, saxophone quartet- Marshall Fowler, Bill Dawson, Mike ScrOggins. Charles LaMarsh. cornel quartet: Joy Medler, cello; Baj-bara Rowdeji, Sue Sheldon, \-iolin duet; Sydney Ferguson. Sondra Shaw. Sharon Kasinger, Joy Medler. string quartet: Joan Keiser, piano. Excellent: Marvin Bonner. Nan- members in attendance. Red Cross Drive The Auxiliary will sponsor a BRIGHTON - Mrs. Harry bake sale at 1 p.m. May 13 at and Albert Oertle. co- the Legion Wall. "Mrs. Ivers re- ; of the local Red Cross ported some Veteran's Craft i have announced that work had been received and was I s collected in the town- on display. Mrs. Lucille Bryamjl in the munici- was appointed POJJ/JV Du\- chair- a total of $342. Mrs. Al- man. Jones was in charge of the Hostesses for the e\eninij * township canvass. were: Mrs. Bryant. Mrs. Ivers i Thursday Mrs. Sam Cardinal Mrs. Blanche Griffith and Mrs and cy Maucker. Jem- Steiner. Janet Kldred \otes KLDRKD ,,~ The Eld red Unit Home Bureau., will meet \\'ed- and ^ lrs ' Cathen "e Boker at- Martha McGfasson. Carson, clarinet quartet; Fro/ella tend «l ^ meetuig at Carlinville Croslin, Rose Marie Manete. Sue !< | mHke Red Cross blood »""»« Craig, flute trio: Hetrie Poindex- p ter, alto saxophone: Charles Smith. LONDON— A jazz group play- flute; Gail Ledingham, Jane Flch- eti the wedding march as Wendy tel, Cheryl Cockrell, Joan Reiser. U'oolley became Mrs. Kenntt'h string quartet. .luhnstone in a church service Good: Donna i'razier. batun ; " Canterburj-. Ray Dermrdy. twirling; Judy McDanel, violin: leader of the five-piece band, Barbara Rowden. Judy McDanel, ' said tne music was strictly New George Gabemann, Rutli Lalir. Orleans spiritual and not Dixieland. The wedding inarch was Closer Walk With Thee. IMPORTANT NOTICE! TO EAST ALTON VOTERS I, Charles "Chubby" Hatton whose name will appear on the ballot as a candidate for Mayor on April 18, announce that I am withdrawing in favor of Howard L. Shelton. I will vote for Mr. Shelton and urge my family and friends to do the same. Your support for Howard L Shelton will be deeply appreciated. Sincerely yours, Signed CHARLES "CHUBBY" HATTON "WISE BIRDS" KNOW WHERE TO DO THEIR Melisse Thomas, string quintet: and Mary Fryt. piano School and Mrs. Wesley Swan uill show pictures of Malaya where her daughter, Nancy, is sening as a missionary-teacher. M i s s Pi-ctrl Saiius will show pictures made in f.iermany during last Minimei The Pl'A t'Nccuiivc boai'd \viU Teacher Association will meet at nu.-et ,it 7::30 p.m. today at East 7:30 p.m. Thursday at East Grade (Grade School. 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