Richard E Milford tumbling

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Wood River Tumbling Club Stages St. Louis Performance WOOD RIVER, May 12.—The tumbling club of the Lewis-Clark school entered into the final section section ;of its season Saturday with a performance before the crippled children at Shrmer's Hospital, St. Louis. Mate were spread on the thick grass of the hospital courtyard courtyard before a long semicircle of hospital, beds. The tumblers, Inspired Inspired by the-cheerful attitude of their bedridden audience, gave an exhibition that Coach Robert Jacobs Jacobs characterized as one of their finest of the year. The tumbling group made the trip to St. Louis by truck, accompanied accompanied by Mr. Jacobs and Miss Ruth Tooraey. Following their appearance appearance at the hospital, they went to Forest Park for a picnic lunch fry at Rock Spring Park In Alton Tuesday at 5 o'clock. They will meet at the park, and each member member Is asked to bring his own table service. In event of rain, the fry will be held at the home of the class teacher, Elvis Fitzhugh, In Hartford. ' ed and an afternoon at the zoo and the Highlands. . After three more appearances the club will roll ,up its mats for the Thursday jnight, May 15, 12 members will take part In" the 'Madison County juniorrhlgh 1 school meet at Roxana, The, entire group will perform on the program of the District 104 annual '"Play. Day" Friday afternoon, May 16, and next week some of the boys will perform at a local Boy Scout family-night meeting, concluding the season. The club has given six local and six out-of-town-performances out-of-town-performances this year. Coach Jacobs was well pleased with the progress of the club this year, he said, and he had particular praise for the skill developed by Dorothy Jean Bryant, June Stark, Isabelle DeWerff, Dorothy Mae Payne, Betty Thompson, Mary Ahlquist, Ahlquist, Richard Milford, Charles Ahlquist, Joe Kessler, Elmer Dennis, Dennis, Jack Mahoney, and Paul Me- Cune. Interest In the club Is outrunning outrunning the gymnasium's facilities, he said, and already more than 60 young people entering junior high school next year have asked to be enrolled in the tumbling classes. Fast Noble Grand Club Week-End Visitor WOOD RIVER.—Frank Liska of St. Louis visited over the weekend weekend with friends and relatives here. Visit Relatives at CarlinvUle WOOD RIVER. —Mr, and Mrs. James Borland and Mr. and Mrs. Laatch of Wood River visited in CarlinvUle Sunday. Mrs. Dorsett Improving WOOD RIVER, —Mrs. William Dorsett of Acton avenue, who has been a patient at Memorial Hospital Hospital in Alton several weeks, is considerably considerably improved and may return to her home In a few days. Attend Play «t Webster College WOOD RIV'ER.—Jaae Baker, Bettjf-; Ahlgiijst and Mary Purvis spent Saturday; afternoon at'Web- ster College In Missouri. Saturday night 'they attended a performance of "Twelfth Night'/ given at the college. • Presbyterian Ladies' Aid WOOD RIVER.—The Ladles' Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will hold an all-day meeting Wednesday Wednesday hi the church basement, with a potluck luncheon at noon. Hostesses will be Mrs. W. D. Soliday, Soliday, Mrs. Elmer Payne and Mrs. Frank Diamond. The president of at was the with corsage corsage at Mrs. vllle, H. •': bridesmaid, of the will group, Mrs. H. Kohlmiller, have charge of the business meeting. Mrs. GUI Fredriokson Here WOOD RIVER.—Mrs. Gus Fred- rlckson, formerly of Wood River and now a resident of Sarasota, Fla., is a guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Fredrickson of Lorena avenue. Mrs. Fredrickson was recently called to Chicago by a death in

Clipped from Alton Evening Telegraph12 May 1941, MonPage 5

Alton Evening Telegraph (Alton, Illinois)12 May 1941, MonPage 5
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