Mrs Anna Manning. Picnic Tables dedicated at the Roundhouse Park

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Mrs Anna Manning. Picnic Tables dedicated at the Roundhouse Park - Memorial for Deceased Standard Annuity Members...
Memorial for Deceased Standard Annuity Members to Rededieate Roundhouse Park \VOOP RIVER • Retired refin ry men who worked for 1 Standard Oil when Hie company cave tbe Roundhouse Park to the citlxens of Wood River in 1SV26. will be In rhnrtje of reremnnies this Sunday which will rededieate the park in memorv of deceased workers and as a picnic and play spot for residents residents and visitors. Sam Williams. Standard Oil Annuity Annuity Club president, will be mas- ler of ceremonies for the program which is •• slated to begin at 2:30 p. m. The public is Invited. A 41-niece band from St. P.PI- nard's School will nrrsr-nt a p\ib!ic concert under the direction of Ch'" t ter ter I,. Huehes. Mayor William Stoneham will sneak hi-ieflv and the Rev. E. E. PH.oiKT. pastor of Ihe Roxana Presbvlerinn Ohuivh will deliver Ihe invocation and benediction. Other St, Brrnarrl's Girl Scouts Enjoy Otiling WOOD RIVER--Girl Seoul Troop :}. sponsored by St. Bi'rmml's at Wood River Class Complete WOOD niVKR—The public will be invited soon to inspect n five- room frame house at 204 North Wood Rivor nvomie. Knst Alton, recently completed by 12 building trades students at East Allon-Wood River Community HiRh School as ;i practical experience "inject. This is HIP third housp to hp Iniill by HIP rlassps under thr direction direction of Lcroy H. Wilpy and Ihp st sneakers will be ,1o-; fourth housp project. It will IIP W Illl mnrMt^iMiii*'!"" - , • i • 4 i senhBarr Madison county probate: sold to the person suhmiUmg the .iud"C and a son of an annuitant, ; highest seated bid to the high and W. I. Jollev, mechanical suprr-j school, it was announced today by intendent of Ihe Standard Oil ie finery. It was announced today that the nnmtitv club has been successful in collecting enoueh funds for the- Wnllnrp Stevenson, head of the industrial industrial pdttrntion dpparlmi»nt. Tours through HIP housp will hp conducted on the wppkcnd of June 6. 7 and 8 by members of the purrhnsp of four pic-nip tables and]building trades i-lnss and the homo benches Which will be placpd in | making class, who will arrange the park. furniture lofinpd to HIP school by The tahlps have bprn donated bv | area firms for exhibition purposes, the Popp Ciift Rhoppp. HIP Word; Hours of thp concluctrd tours will River Junior Woman's Club. ihC|| )P f rom 7 \ 0 9 p. m . n n Friday ant' Wood River darden Club as a HIP- : f rom o | 0 5 p.m. on Saturday and tnorial to their organizer, thp I" 1 " I Sunday. .limp 7 and 8. Mrs. Anna Marie Manning, and j T(ir ' .though the combined donations of; ,- )(1 hy the Wood River American Legion Auxiliary. «ho Royal Neighbors. St. Bernard's Parent-Teacher Associ; tion, Trattlor's Clolhing Store and he Annuity Club. Mrs. Williams, who has been instrumental instrumental in a beautificalion program program for the park, expressed hope today that tourists going through Wood River will find the park a "beautiful spot to relax and have lunch." She said that mothers also will get a great deal of good from the park while (heir older children are swimming in Ihe adjoining pool. "The annuity club also wants '/> thank each and every organization that helped to accomplish al least this nniOTi for our citizens." Mrs. Williams said. hoiisp is 32 by T2 fret on 150 fool lot. It has a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms. T bath and five closets on HIP firs! floor. There is a stairway to ai unfinished attic which is 12 by 31 feet. A basement is under the entire house with extra high ceiling which is termite protected. The garage, 12 by 20 feet, has a nncrete floor and eight - fool overhead door. There is a nine-foot concrete drive- Doors throughout Ihe house arc of Birch and of the (lush type wilh natural finish. Cabinets arc of pine and fir with enamel finish and Formica lops. Thf baseboard is oak with a natural finish and the flooring is of clear oak. The living room has a cove ceiling ceiling with a picture mold. There is indirect, lighting over the living

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 24 May 1952, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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