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Telegraph, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1999, Alton, Illinois Upset Illini defeat Michigan 3529 Page Bl Books galore Second Reading Book Shop has used and rare j books Page Dl Impressive torque Magazine finds XKR beats Corvette in some areas Page Cl The outlook Mostly sunny but High 56 low 39 Page D12 Good Morning A34 Bulletin Board A7 Classifieds C2 A4 Horoscope D7 Obituaries jtCQreboard C2 Stocks 02 SUNDAY TBBBs 282 Serving the River Bend since 1836 October City set lor parade By LINDA WELLER Telegraph staff writer ALTON emer ald green cat eyes that peer out from under a full moon add a spooky chill to this years Halloween Parade The black buttons fea ture festive orange and yellow let tering that proclaims the which begins at as the citys1 83rd annual Halloween v Alton High School junior Erica of Alton designed the It has a lot of good color and said parade chairman Steve The green eyes on the design highlight it it looks like it is staring at Its nice it A Iton trickortreat rVhours 6 to 8 Saturday and Sunday was The East End Improvement Association the parades spon has issued the fundraising but tons for the past five but this is the first time that the designer is an Alton High Gusoskeys entry was among 45 buttons that students in two voca tional commercial art classes at Johnson Career Development Center designed for a For her the East End group rewarded Gusoskey with a prize of not to mention the glory of being this years button Thompson said the parade committee had a difficult time choosing the winning We had no idea we were going to get this type of Thompson said about the highqual ity The selection process was There were so many good the committee had a really hard time deciding on the Teacher Lexa Browning said she was glad she did not have to choose a winner from among the of which about onefourth would have made excellent Halloween I See Page A11 Rno Beta Sigma will hold a Hallowoan parly at 6 at the Knights ot Columbus Hall in N Carlinville will hold its trickortreatlng from 6 to 9 Carrollton will hqld trickorlreatmg from 6 to 9 Jerseyville will hold Itickortreallng from 5 to 9 p m Cnlhoun PTO will holJn Halloween carnival at 5 at Calhoun HicjftSchool in 28 Jerseyvillo will hold iis parade at down Stats Street to the Alton will hold its parade at Jerseyville will hold Us Irlckortreating from 5 lo 9 Carllnvllle Rotary Club will hold Its 60th annual Halloween parade at beginning at North Broad Street and Nicholas 31 I Carllnvllle will hold Its trickbrtreating from 6 to 9 I Hardln will hold it trickortreating from 6 to 8 Tho SHRIMPTON Area makes a difference By LINDA WELLER Telegraph staff writer Dozens of residents spent a crisp autumn Saturday mak ing a difference in the lives of their Efforts throughout the area meant the needy will have food on their children will be getting nearly new toys this Christmas and countless others will have healthier The volunteer projects were part of Make a Difference a national volunteer effort sponsored by USA Weekend magazine in partnership with the Points of Light Early Saturday more than 40 volunteers con verged on Community Hope 950 14th in Cottage to plant spread mark pantry food packages with Christian mes sages of hope and install See Page A11 The SMITH Ashley and Jonathan both members of Ambrose Catholic along with other teen agers from their help wash toys Saturday at the Corrurumity Hope Center in Cottage School Board passes resolution to consolidate By ANGELA MUELLER Telegraph staff writer WOOD RIVER The East AltonWood River Community High School District Board is asking the two area elemen tary district school boards to join it in an attempt to place on the spring ballot the issue of consolidating the three local The high school board recently passed a resolution supporting the merger of the two elementary districts and one high school district into one K12 unit The res olution calls upon the mem bers of the East Alton Elementary District Board and the Wood RiverHartford Elementary District Board to pass similar Copies of the resolution have been provided to the two ele mentary We passed the resolution to take the first step in getting this said Mark high school board No one to want to take the helm after the study was so we passed the resolution to try to move the process The resolution comes after the high school board reviewed a reorganization feasibility The SMITH Students get on an East AltonWood River high school bus after classes Friday The East Alton Wood Community High School District has passed a resolution seek ing to consolidate two area elementary study conducted by Midwest School Consultants of Representatives from the consulting firm pre sented the results of the study during a joint meeting of the three school boards in The resolution states that the members of the high school board believe the study shows that consolidating the three units would be in the educational best interest of present and By you should be able to streamline See Page A11 Investors needed for new SIUE building By BARBARA COPE Telegraph staff writer EDWARDSVILLE Two support organizations for Southern Illinois University Edwardsville say they have a deal for The SIUE Foundation and SIUE Alumni Association hope local investors are looking for a local opportunity as mil lion worth of bonds hit the market on Friday to finance a new campus The building that will house The a fundrais ing support organization for Southern Illinois University and the SIUE Alumni Association will be named Barnard Birger in honor of an who donated land at the north end of campus for the The design and engineer ing work is We are I See Page Alt rigeratort Starting at COLORTYME
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