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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 12, 1922, Alton, Illinois PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SEPTEMBER WOOD RIVER Williams Bridge Accepted by The bridge known as tho Williams Bridge Is now completed by the con Foster and Through tho efforts of oar Highway Commissioner and Weyehrg of Foster township the con struction of this bridgfl was brought It s paid for proportionately by the two ThU is dtr by the valuation assesg menu of the Tho total cost ot the bridge was Hirer township Is paying 910 anil Foster township paying 110 It is concrete structure reinforced with The detour provided while bridge wag under construction was placed by He is contem plating recindering and oiling the tlo tour at the Wood River bridge now under construction bewen East Alton and The plan ho is working out will mean no dust and no dirt on the Wood River School The Wood River echooia openeo with the largest enrollment they have ever had for the first weeks enroll The four Wood Lincoln and the Wood row Wilson schools have a total rollment of Every thing is moving along the teachers havo their work and a fine system Is being Homer Ferguson In Hardln Homer Ferguson is in Hardin where he has accepted a Homer will remain until some in December when he will return to Wood New Trucks Delivering Coco The Coco Cola people from Alton were delivering in a flno big Bull Dog Mac Truck yesterday which they have Junt Royal Neighbors to Meet The Royal Neighbors regular meet ing will take place Thursday even Moving to The Shanks Clothing ntore located on Ferguson Avenue have deckled to quit business here and will move to They were formerly from that and came hero several j year and Shanks were j popular young people here and durj ing their stay In Wood River havo made numerous who will re gret to arn of their Motor Party Enjoy the Day and Dick and Tonkinson from Wood Rivjr and and Joe Lamb from Al ton formed a motor parly to Louis and Edwardavllle Tho party enjoyed a pleasant Esther Webb Resigns Position Bather Webb who has been em ployed as book keeper and cashier tor the Goltler Coal Company has n algned her position with the Springer Busy Getting Speeders fi police officer IH busy ieeping speeders from running over werybody in the town aa some of them aeem to want to do judging the way they step on it when they pass through Wood Kivrr and many of our own citizens seem to OUT OUR WAY BY WILLIAMS WHtfT WORLD you STOPPING MERE FOR WHEN THE SHOE FTTS keep pace with them pretty It is a daily to have to stop drivers because they wont slow down at the proper so Springer has been doing a lively business picking them up the last few New Touring Car Purchased and Louis Hoffman of Maple Wood have purchased a new For touring Hoffman seems to havo mastered the art of driving already they have enjoyed several trips In the back yard with fine Return Home From Weddlnfl and John Wlmbester have returned home from where thoy visited with relatives and attended the wedding of a cousin during their stay Accepts Position with Lumber John Peek from Medora has accept ed a position with the Stolze Lumbar Company and in Wood River School Board Meets The School Board held their regu lar meeting last They met in tho school Will Occupy the Hoppe House McCrolleaa from Medora has rented the Hoppe house on Lorena avenue from Many Attend Rip Van Winkle A largo number of Wood Rivor people motored to Alton Saturday and attended the dance at Yosts which was given by the Van A plate lunch was served which was highly enjoyed by those Goes to West Baden and Fred Michels have left for West where they wilt remain for an indefinite for the benefit of Michels1 health Michels has been ill for some time and they are hoping the change will greatly benefit his Returns From Visit Tipston Is home after spending a pleasant week in Peorla with Motor to Chicago and Fred Brett are en joying a weeks vacation in They were accompanied by Charles Baker and tre making the trip in the Brett Accepts Position In Melville LeRoy Williams has gone to Mel ville where he has accepted a posit He will work with his brother who has been there for some Court of Honor Meeting Next Friday evening the Court of Honor will meet in the old Mooso It will be a regular to Meet The to have meeting at the home Of ena evening will by the youni Attends C nue attende Th taken to th beral in ca on Lor hursday Tho 16 spent la a social ib Meeting In Loarts of Lorema ave a club meeting in Alton ladles attending were home of Oa where the meeting was Home from Butlnww Trip E Kate Mueller and Allen made short business trip to Summerflfrld Friday by Week Eend Miss Hamilton has returned to Wcor River from week end trip In Home from Motor Trip and Gus Weiiitenfeld are home from a short motor trip to Stand at the American A news stand has been added to tho American Shoe where one can procure magazines and read ing material of different Bowling Season Soon to Open September opens the bowling season with William as A meeting will take place Tuesday evening at the bowl ing and the league will be A representative from each team Is expected to be present at that Last year our teams made somo fine averages and became quite pro ficient with some fine games played during the To Have New Home In Park View Paton Is having a fine new home built in Park the work is under way and Paton will move into the new home as soon as It Is Former Resident Weds In New Henry Noel a former employee of the was married to Miss Dorothy Lawson of New August Noel and his bride will reside in Elizabeth where he is employed by the Standard Company at that Unexpected Arrival of and Glen Tetreau and baby were ready to start on a trip to Tetreaus parents in when Tetreaua moth Eggert of that place came In on a surprise and will spent the week with and Tetreau Recovering from Asbress on Limb Little daughter ot and Chester Custer of Lor ena Avenue is recovering from a gainful abscess on one of her The little one had what was thought to be a small whch latter prov ed to be a bad caused by a mosquitto which she had infec ted by scratching with her There has been quite a few infections caused from the bite ot mogqulttoon this The little girl Is recov ering On Sick List Floyd Wallace Is ill at the home ot his James Walnwrlght of j Madison Wood River to Have Lyceum j The Wood River Schools will j a Lyceum the Mutal Morgan Bureau to furnish tho Five numbers will be given this The first number will be giv en the night of October All numbers will be given in tho Audi of the school build Fourteen business men will bo the Season tickets for adults will soon be offered for also for school AH numbers come very highly rec ommended and as the Lincoln build ing has a large auditorium they will be able to take care oj a large num ber of people and seat them quite A successful course is j looked forward Continued on Page 0 BUY Jonathan Apples Can supply your large or small at at prices ranging from BOc to per Irving Phone Bell 43 USED 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