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F Manning - Wood River Residents Back 1947-'48...
Wood River Residents Back 1947-'48 Entertainment Series WOOD RIVER, July 1.—A complete list of financial guarantors, pledged to assure the financial success of the 1947-48 Entertainment and Lecture Series, has been announced by C. H. Decker, president of the Wood River Entertainment Association. The following interested citizens have offered to serve as financial guarantors: C. W. Albrecht, Dr. L. D. Archer, William Bacheldor, Russell M. Bell, Mont E. Bodine, L. E. Border, Orville O. Brunjes, Louis Camp, L. T. Carter, J. L. Connors, Richard P. Coffeen, H. D. Dale, G. O. DeAtley, C. H. Decker, T. P. Eggman, Jesse Ford, and Karl Fulp. E. V. Giehl, Sol Gdldfarb, Fred' Grenzebach, George G. Guker, B. M. Harrod, L. H. Holland, L. D. Humphrey, A. C. Hunt, W. I. Jolley, Carl L. Kayser, Joseph C. Kienstra, Wilbur Kienstra, Ivan Kramer, Dr. F. M. Leever, C. W. Lutz, Dr. James Mahoney, Francis J. Manning, D. L. Naef, G. F. Ordeman, Frank J. Panyik and V. W. Parker. Beaumont Parks, Harry Ringering, Dr. W. V. Roberson, W. Clark Root, Leonard Schmidt, H. , H. Smith, Dr. Gaines Smith, J. F. Snodgrass, Harry C. Steinrauf, Al- vln A. Stolze, A. P. Stuart, Jerry Trattler, G. H. von Fuchs, Dr. R. E. Weihe, Herman Wilkening, J. A. Wilson, Jack Wilson, Dr. J. A. Wiseman, Dr. Maurice Woll, and Paul C. Worcester. In addition to the individual financial guarantors, various civic, service, and labor organizations are being solicited to serve as sponsoring organizations by way of pledged ticket sales. The executive board of the association will meet Monday evening, July 7, at the community building to complete the schedule of attractions to be offered on the 1947-48 series. Wrong Cure Oyster fishermen, who hate starfish because they destroy oyster beds, once made a practice of tearing to pieces and throwing Into the sea every starfish caught. Thus, unwittingly, they increased the starfish population, since each arm developed Into a new Individual. The nearest star is 25,500,000,000,000 miles from the earth.

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 01 Jul 1947, Tue,
  3. Page 13

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