Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
SOCIAL EVENTS. Millers orchestra and o part of Altonians attended the Woodmen picnic yesterday at Woodburn. There Was an immense attendance they report report and a fine time generally. Charles Oehler took a party of twenty persons to Willow Ben's place Itpst evening In the yacht llllola and a fish feast was indulged In. The cold wave had stunned the mos- quitos and the outing was nbt marred marred by these pesky collectors pre' pre' sentlng their bills as usual. The members of the Calendar club were entertained yesterday by Mrs. E. B. Liiikogle at her home in the Lockyer addjtlon a^d a fXp» social .time was ; lia3 In. addition to the business session. iM'is. Linkogie re- ,.ceiy.<?d...a., fine quilt and a iife^slzfi. picture of herself in an elegant frame as presents from the , clu.b members. Splendid" 'refreshments were served. About the biggest thing ;n the way of picnic in the vicinity of Alton this year will be the one given next Sunday Sunday in Washington garden by the members of the Concbrdla turning H 1Ist of attractl0 ns for the day are making special efforts to ar, range matters so that verybody who attends the <picnlc will be glad he or she went. The White Hussars will give some concerts during the day, and NIc Zerwas, tho leaf won- der musician will render several so lo selections.