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WOOD RIVER Commencement at Community High. Tho Comomncement exercises ot tho Wood Hivor-East Alton Community High School will bo held Friday, Juno 15, 1923. The following program will be given: Processional March—Nora Juhlin. Invocation—Rev. Paul Hanson. Cornet Solo "Calvary"—P. Rodney —F. A. Hubbell. Readina— a/—Sqlp-dependonce jMatthews Arnold. b—Opportunity—Walter (^alone.— Leslie Howoll. Juno Rhapsody—Mabel W. Daniels Community High School Girls' Gloo Club. Address—"Three Roads to Power" Prof. H. D. F. Wldger, Department of JSnglish, Eastern Illinois State Teachers' College, Charleston, 111. Presentation of Diplomas— Robert Parks, President Board of Education. America—-Audience, i! Benediction—Rev. A. Idecker. i • Wood River to Play Alton Sunday. . i The Wood River Ramblers will i j compete against tho Alton (color^ '< ed) Giants Sunday at the Standard tq j Oil Diamond. Come out and see a | { good ball game. Each team having lost only two games. The line up for tho Wood River nine will probably flud Chalk and Sullivan, the big left bander and the little right bander doing the hurling. With Malony and Hooper doing the receiving. Doonchols will be at first, .\Iutz at second; Green at third; Malony and Hooper at short, Rhodes O. Oottlng and Dugan In the field. The ramblers have a strong little team and assure you a clean and good game of ball. Be out and see the game Sunday, Juno 17. Sunday School Picnic. St. John's Evangelical Sunday school will give a picnic for all at Lake View Just south of tue cannaj Saturday June 16. It will be an ali- day affair beginning at 10 a. m. There will be games and contests and refreshments for all. Everyone Is asked to bring Ctjstr baskets for dinner. There will be sandwiches and coffee sold in the afternoon and evening. The Sunday school group and those who wish to go with them are asked to be at the church grounds at 9:45. There will be trucks and other automobiles to transport them to the picnic grounds. Every one who can Is asked to brink his automobile too. For the sake of those who wish to go by street car, the local cars for St. Louis stop right at the place. Those driving autos, will take the St. Louis road up to the canal and then follow the arrows posted. Come and enjoy the day. Trip Around World Welf Attended. The Ideal weather of last night brought many people out to the "Trip around the World" given by St. Bernard's Church. Reilly's busses and other machines wero kindly donated to convey tho tourists : on tho delightful journey abroad, who wero most courtesly received by the ladles at their homes. The first stop was made at the home of Mrs. J. J. Reilly's home on Wood River Avenue, Japan (being represented there. The spacious porch was Illuminated by varied colored Japanese lanters, which were used quite extensively making the place into a charming Japanese garden, where the ladles, in beautiful costume served the salad course to their guests. Comfortable pillows were ,arranged In Japanese fashion where the guests were seated while they partook of their portion. Mls» Theresa Mooney entertained with a number of piano selections. Mrs. Rellly was assisted In serving by Mrs. Alvln Stolz, Mrs. Jos. Kienstra and Mrs. Anna Carstens. They were then driven to France, represented at the homo of Mrs. Sam Williams of Penning 'avenue. The porch waa decorated In green, quite effectively. Mr. Williams, tho very effusive frenchman greeted his guests and escorted them to their small tables, where they were waited upon by the charming trench maidens, who served.fruit juice and sandwiches, In French costume. The house decorations wore carried out in black, rod and white. A pleasant feature was the rendition of two songs in French by Mrs. L. Favre and Mrs. N. Allen of Alton. Colored porch lights helped to complete tho artistic decorations.. ' Mrs. Williams was assisted by Mre. McCllntock, Mrs. A. Moore, Mrs. P. Fox, Mrs. Frank Kienstra-and Mrs. E. Hannold. Next visit was made to Germany at the homo of Mrs. David Maloney of 7th street. Black, red and white carried out a most effective decoration. Tho menu consisted of sauer kraut and weineis ryobroad. Missi Elva Danscn presided at tho piano, assisted by David Maloney on the violin. Mr. Dick Raaf sprung quite a surprise on his friends by demonstra- of Ice cream and waters was served. Dolores Clasby entertained by reciting a clever little german piece. Tho costumes were In tho blue and white colors made In dutch style. Colored porch lights worn used. Mrs. Gainer wan assisted by Mre. Jack Malonoy, Mlsa Marcolla Chauut. America was the last stop made which was at tho church. The hall was brilliant with its American flag* rod and white festooning and different red white and blue decorations used extensively. Hot coffee was served by tho ladles who wero costumed la blue and white Middy suits with the red white and bluo caps. Miss Anonetto Boschert entertained with violin selections. Tho largo number of people who attended the affair seemed to enjoy It to the utmost and tho party was a very merry one. Tho ladies alwaya plan pleasant social ^affairs which always prove to be successful. Birthday Party The birthday Club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. N. Gelble at her home on Lorena avenue, very delightfully surprising her, tho occas Ion being her birthday anniversary. A 'pleasant (social afternoon was spent with games adding to tho enjoyment of the afternoon. Some of the ladles brought their fancy work. A delicious dinner was served which tho ladies had brought with them. Those present were Mesdames, Nathan Kiel, Hurphy May, Win. George K. A. Paul, Chester Miller, Fred Bangert, Ferd Schuyler, Lawrence Nobto Paul Uffort, Rosa O'Nell, I. W. Porter, Louis Getting, Floyd Waggoner, J. E. Frlck, George McCollun, Mrs. Fred Gelble. The dining room was decorated in terns and cut flowers. Tho table decorations were cut flowers. Visiting In Wood River Mrs. Catherine Jones and daughters, Agnes and Anna are spending a few days visiting with Mrs. Jones' brother, T. R. Sacken and family of Park View. They will leave here for Springfield, where they will attend the wedding of a relative which will' take place next week. j Week End Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Geible and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Waggoner have as their week end guest, Mrs. Fred Geible of Belleville. Has House Guest. Mrs. Charlea Vaughn hae as her house guest, Mr. Vaughn's sister, j Mrs. M. Naltley who hag been spend-' Ing several months In Lexington Ky. She will remain for an Indefinite visit Attend Pageant at Sburtleff Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rurham, Mrs. Charles Vaughn, Mrs. Maltley, •Mrs. Vaughn's house guest and Louis Vaughn motored to Alton Wednesday evening and attended the pageant given on. the Shurtleff Campus which was one of the commencement features. Churclyj to H«vo Pageant A pageant "Out of the Bible," will be presented at the First Methodist I ting his ability as an orchestra leader, which greatly added to tho success of tho evening. Mrs. Maloney was assisted by Miss Elva Dawson, Mrs. Richard Dawson and Mrs. Emll Krause. The next stopping place -was made at Spain, tho homo of Mrs. Louis Murphy. Tha home was qulto attractively decorated In yellow and rod. Tho Spanish ladles wero very picturesque In their Spalsh costumes with Inco muntella. Margaret Shook and Vera Rains delighted with vocal duetts, very pleasantly rendered. Delicious hot soup was nerved, Mrs. Murphy was assisted by Mrs, George Nlederkorn, Mrs. Al Murphy, Edna Murphy and Nina Murphy. Ireland was represented at tho homo of Mrs. M. If. Manning. Tho hullos woro In green and white costume. Tho green and white docora- lioi.v wore usod to good advantage on tho porch and colored electric lights were usod, extensively on tho lawn. Tho ladles served potato salad on tho lawn. Mrs. Manning was Church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock There will be 24 characters representing children ot the Bible, and Biblical acenea will be depicted, taken from the old and the new testament, closing with a tableau representing the childhood of Jesus. j A committee of ladles composed of Mrs. O. B. Mueller, Mary Stone-1 horn, Mrs. Wm. Stoneham and Mrs. C. W. Hall are In charge. Mr. O. E3.1 Mueller, having charge of the music. Mrs. Roscoe Davidson will be In I charge of the costumes. Mra. Mueller to play the piano accompaniments I Eva Williams will take the part of Imagination Harlan Hall, David, and Mary Harris, MIeream, Mrs. Elmer Trout will give a musical reading preceding the pageant. Special numbers will be given by the choir. Saturday evening at 6:30 a final dress rehearsal will be held. The public Is cordially invited to attend. Ill With Measles. Cathleen, the little daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. Dossen Is confined to their home on Penning avenue with the measles. Returns Home. Hobart Vaughn who has been a guest at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Smith for a week has returned to his home near New Franklin, Mo. Ladles' Aid Resume Sewing The Ladles Aid Society of the First Baptist Church met Wednesday in the church and spent the day quilting, sinco discontinuance ot their dinners they will devote their Wednesdays to the regular work Including sowing. Undergoing Redecorgtlon. The Baptist parsonage Is being made ready for Rev. .Tudd and family the newly appointed pastor. Choir Proctlce Postponed. The Evangelical Choir practice has been postponed until a later date. Purchase Dodge Car. Henry Westerhold has purchased a new Dodge 5 passenger touring car which the family are enjoying. Ferguson Avenue Work. Ferguson avenuo from 3rd to Wood River avenuo Is being resurfaced by a crew of workmen During tho day tho street Is kept closed and machines detour over to Lorona avenue and Madison aVenue. Last night tho street was opened for traffic. Mr. and Mrs. Carter Entertain Mr. and Mrs. T. t,. Carter delightfully entertained last evening at her homo on Wood River Avenue with a six o'clock dinner, after which a pleasant evening waa spent In play- Ing cards.. Tho guosts Included, Mr. and Mrs. Bon Robnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bon Rohnson, Mr. and Mra . Gordon Schaffor, Mr. and Mrs. George Wil- kenlng, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter Mrs. Lulu Carter. Miss Parks Entertains with Party Miss Elizabeth Parks entertained a group of Community High School students last night at her homo with a porch party. Early in the evening punch wns served. Dancing was the pleasant diversion. Those who attended were Paulino Paddock Cornelia Froy, Roma Smith, Gregory Moonoy, Arthur Berrj'p Herbert

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 14 Jun 1923, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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