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 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 by these pesky collectors pre' sentlng their bills as usual. j 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 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.