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Page Signal (Newspaper) - March 21, 1962, Page, Arizona Serving off fie Glen Canyon Community 4 17 mtm 11 nmr Arizona March 1962 HAVE MONEY T GIVE The badly needed Town House needs the rapport of the community If It is to become a Pictured here is an artists of the way the community building for by youth and will look when and M Town House Building Plan B financing k Town House project can bt oom the next few Only the efforts and support at the community can make the financ ing says members of the fine Arts Festival Is Well Attended A Fine Arts Festival was well attended last Thursday Held in me Free Methodist Church from 8 to 10 it was spon sored by the Page Wontans Pulsifer was general Hie club plans to make this an annual An hours music and drama pro gram preceded the art exhibit and featured a number of excellent ar here in Included in the program were the following The a soprano solo by Al who also sang Hello James Gil leland played a piano Moon light by fol lowed by a guitar solo by Henry Two pantomime numbers were given by Marja Hansen and Mary Lundblade gave a reading by Amy Lowell Shirley George and Don Jackson played two violin duets and Mike Glass rendered a flute Sev eral choral numbers were sung by the high school directed by Tracy Following the musical portion of the program the guests viewed art exhibits on display in three rooms of the One wall of the church was hung with paintings by local artists and many were surprised at the num ber of artiste Page can in Raymond Thelma Helen Antoinette Patricia LaRena Karen Bud Continued on Page Five board of directors of the Rec Association which is ing the community With the floor slab in and plumb ing roughed the Town House awaits furnishings and A check with people around town indicates mat the community does want the mat they will sup port it slid that there is tion of the void me center can fill as a meeting place for young peo ple and Following are the comments made to me Signal in a special public opinion poH Real good especially for Jerry Mer ft Scott em Its a says nte We need the Town House but it should be for all and with no re strictions on Ms says Roger store Ray school superin The Town House will fill a need in and the school administration will do any thing in its power to facilitate its It sounds like something we but it could be larger says Howard Itll be nice when its we need people to get behind it and get the money needed to com plete the says Roy store Mary cafe waitress What is it I know nothing about it but do believe we need places for teenagers to Brownie troop if they ever get it built and let teen agers use They shouldnt allow grownups to use it more than Its a good if they ever get enough money to complete Town House should be completed by September when school starts in the new says Roy Pat high school Henry Hutcherson house TU subscribe to the Continued from Page Seven Present construction floor slab and some plumbing is a far cry from this finished Will you asks the Page Recreation of the Drawing by Hoke Photo by the Bureau of Reclamation Recreation Association Sets Meeting af the Community membership will be held March at 8 to In K7 af the for the ef MAH whe hold to at H Foster Named To Manage Swimming Pool Charles Faster has been select ed to manage the Manson Mesa Decision wan made last week in a regular board of tors meeting of the Manson Mesa Pooi Association and announce to Back Town House In an effort to complete the Town House the Page Recrea tion Association hold a fund drive this Giles mid the association has worked out details for a campaign to contact aft residents of Page to give them an opportunity to help with the building On March 29 volunteers from dubs and organizations and iduate wHl contact all permanent homes and trailers to ask for help an completing the needed communi ty A concrete floor slab and preliminary plumbing is in thr structure at the corner of Navajo Drive and Sixth Street in City Completion of the construc tion awaits Volunteers win contact residents rising them to subscribe to the Page Signal and to give a mini Thr recreation association has been active in Page since its in One of the first ac of the group was a mas party tor the youth of Page hi Betow is a review financial Continued on Page Seven Rainbow Girls Take Places In Ceremony will close for the on Labor as ment of Posters appointment comes from the new John The pool will open about May just after school said It 1962 season A number of maintenance prob lems were discussed at the meet ing of the No decision was taken regards heating of the pool and the members are still study ing the Some broken tile will be replaced and workmen will improve the appearance and sanitary conditions of the pool before it is opened for the It is the decision of the board to close the pool one day each week on This is a necessary move to meet finan cial responsibility and to improve it was Boy Scouts have volunteered through their council to paint the pool before its opening date this said At the next meeting of the as it will be decided when passes for me pool will go on The group will meet on April Passes will continue to cost for a family for a single adult and for Single entry into the pool will be on Page Six mum of including a years subscription to the The association will receive a percent age of the subscription money and the monies given beyond the sub scription Hearing of Hen ry Hutcherson stopped by the Sig nal to renew her She gave the first donation to the drive and We want to help the teenagers to have a place for their parties and If that sentiment is widespread the Town House will be come a reality before many weeks Those donating to the Town along with subscription to the will receive a special This will entitle them to participate in an awards plan of the At the end of the association board members will award winning receipts with is a Babbitts special One award grocery order from the other a tran sistor radio from the Page In other columns of flie Signal this week are the results of a pub lic opinion poll where residents were asked what they thought of the Town House Results of the poll show the community thor sold on the idea and ready to back Only the same support of the fund drive wHl make the Town House a said In impressive allday and ning the Glen Canyon Order of Rainbow for Girls took its place in Page Saturday as a duly instituted and initiated The day began with by 36 candidates here and arrival of numbers of town guests from While the girls rehearsed and calmed the butterflies in their the visitors strolled around the and visited many for the first Visitors gathered for lunch at the Christian Church before ing their hostesses at the multi purpose room at the school for the installation which was a three hour In a tight the girls and their advisors were rushed froni the school building to a 5 ditmer at the Community Methodist At 7 the visit families and mem bers of the Order of Eastern Star and Masons gathered at the school again for installation Af ter lovely ceremonies enjoyed by all who watched or took girls broke up to attend the ception that Yi The 36 new members of including six who were mer members are Ander Lorraine Susan Janet Melanie But Lila Jean ger Kris Continued from Page Three
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