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a 1 Al* en- lit! 1 beginners the to returned WOOD RIVER 1 New Year'* Party Enjoyed. The members of the Wood River Woman's Club entfertMnfid thftlr husbands at & New Year's pftrty on Sot- tiMay, January 1,1921. It was one of the most hapjy kttd enjoyable even-; ings spent by the olijb tor some time. Ths program was a "New Year's Birthday Party/' Thirteen women of the club, representing Father Time and the twelve niowths of the year. Thto part 6t the pfbgram wan. cleverly arranked and made much merriment. Following is the cast: FatiSer Tttoe—Mrs. fij; 1 MjOulre. .February—Mrs. C. .Waggoner. .March—Mrs. Fehton Sollday. "April—Mrs, R. Tuttey. ;• -. May—Mrs. Robert Lane. June—Mm. H. Wuesonfeidt. July—Mrs. Raymond Buck. AUguStA-Mrt. H. H. Clark. September—Mrs, 0. Mehdrickson. October—Mrs. H. t/)arti>, November—Mrs. Herbert Fox. December—Mrs. Charles Vaughn. Piano Bolo—Mrsv w. A. Adalr, Violin S(*>—H..H; Clark. Song—Mrs. Fen ton Sollday. After the birthday party six suit oases were placed on the stage and throe ladies and three gents wore ap pointed to unpack the suit coses and dress*. The on« dressing tho quickest won a prize/' Mesd&mes 0. Nagel,' 0. Rate, Don Burroughs and Messrs. O. Nagel, H. Loarts and C. A. James unpacked the suit cases. . This brought but loads of fun. RefresWnentB Were served, and a social hour was -spent. Thus .the Woman's-Club started the Now Year with Joy and happlndss. Mrs. M. F. Manning and Mrs. C, A. James had charge of the evening's program. .Hostess to Watch Party, MIBS Ottie Daniels entertained with a New Year's'watch party on New Year's Evo at her home at 142 Lorena avenue. A delightful evening was spent by the young folks, who played games of all kinds. Just at 12 o'clock they celebrated the passing of the old year, and greeted the New Year, after which dainty refreshments w.ero served by the hostess. ° The guests were Misses Millie Roberts, Lillian Hayes, Onlta Harris and Roy MJIller, all of Alton. The following were from Wood River: Messrs. Walter Vaughn, Charles Vaughn, James Keith and Lester Edwards. Misses Catherine Proyanovltch, Ethel Franklin and Mrs. Elbe! Pomberton. House Guests Leave. ,. John Droste of Mount'Olive'' and Russel Muvphy, gueste of Francis J. Manning, returned to, their Friday. JdhlV Dfosla Will resume^hlB studies at 8t tools TMterslty Russel Morptiy, who is a student at Yale, left Sunday for Massachusetts, Rusftol being & former classmate of Francis Manning. The boys, including Emmet Wyss of Alton, attended a danco In 8t, Louts Friday night given by the Mlssoure Council. Oanoe *t tohllllnger's Hall The New Year's Eve dance given by Simoon Halloran at Schlllinger's hall was attended by a very large crowd. People from Graclt* city, Edwards vllle, East Alton and Alton attended, Cordelia Jones' orchestra furnished the music. At midnight a turkey sup per was served by Joseph Lonlo. Bowling New*. The handicap tournament running! on' the Woo* River alleys since De comber 26 closed last night with Victor (P. D.) Knapp of Alton winner of first place; Jules Kocher, second, and H. Christy, third. K^napp collected 610 in the three games which gave him 634 after adding his handicap of 68 pins. Kocher shot 600 with 76 handicap, totaling 670 and Christy 605 with 09 handicap, totaling 664. Knapp, 616, also won him the money for the three high games scratch. John Kane shot B4B for high score. The prize money paid was: First, '40 per cent; second, 80 per cent; third, ,20 per cent. Three games scratch, 6 per Cent; high game, 5 per cent. •. ]---^, . • ;.- ~^-; : •'--.• The tournaJnent was a great ces, winety^tour having tried for the money d'uringf'the' week. The Wood Riyer Five, captained by Bill Adams, defeated a'team Sunday afternoon captained by Louts Koori- neker,., The Adams aggregation won the match by 77 pins although .they'lost two gameg out of the three. Roff shot high score, 232,'and Gelbel high average, 198. ., ADAMS. Flick .... ..,...-. 185 162 175 522 Moon ..... .-i ;...... 180 175 168 523 Geibel'v,.:.. ,7.-... 200 182 211 B93 Forstlhg ....~~7,.J54 212 151 517 Adams ......... 132 178 149 458 851 909 854 2614 Team average 174 1-3. KOTNNEKBRS. Koenneker 177 90 168 435 Roff 183 177 232 592 Cruse 156 173 151 480 Christy ..... ....... 200 148 126 474 Kocher 146 786 212*556 862 786 889 2537 Team average 169. The winners accepted a challenge from the Alton All Stars for a game to ,be played at an early date,** ''•" *>' ; The schedule of the Wood River •league will be resumed with a match

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 03 Jan 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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