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1885 TO 1970 

New Piasa Chautauqua — this year observing its eighty- 
fifth continuous season — started as a Mehodist Camp Meet- 
ing Grounds in the summer of 1885. 

A printed circular issued under date of July 13, 1885, 
announced the first Camp Meeting of the Piasa Bluffs As- 
sembly to be held starting August 25, 1885, and continuing 
for one week. 

The circular declared: 'The object of the Chautauqua 
Assembly is to maintain a summer resort for literary, scien- 
tific and religious instruction." 

That object has become the revered heritage of Chau- 
tauqua, each Season maintaining the standards adopted in 
that first year. This bulletin presents the 1970 eleven-week 
program which will start Saturday, June 20, and close Mon- 
day (Labor Day), September 7, 1970. 



HOW TO REACH NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 

By Telephone: Phone person-to-person, Alton, Illinois, 466-3485. Mes- 
senger notifies resident of long distance call. 

By U. S. Mail: Proper address — New Piasa Chautauqua, Elsah, 
Illinois 62028. 



PROGRAM 



FOR 



New Piasa Chautauqua 



A non-denominational, no n- commercial, eleven-week Summer 

Assembly dedicated to Christian worship, education and 

recreation on the Palisades of the Mississippi River at 

Chautauquxi, Jersey County, Illinois. \ 



EIGHTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SEASON 
JUNE 20 — SEPTEMBER 7 

1970 

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OCTOBEU 1, 1969 — SEPTEMBER 30, 1970 
DIRECTORS 

Robert Bieier Joseph L. Rain 

Robert P. Chevalley Jim D. Keehner Harold Thomas 

Dr. Emmett B. Drescher Fred G. Kirsch D. Lynn Schlansker 

John Gaghen William Osborn Joseph J. Voss 

OFFICERS 

JOSEPH J. VOSS President 

D. LYNN SCHLANSKER First Vice President 

WM. G. OSBORN Second Vice President 

JIM D. KEEHNER Secretary 

FRED G. KIRSCH Treasurer 

ROBERT P. CHEVALLEY Assistant Secretary-Treasurer 

JIM D. KEEHNER Legal Counsel 



Appraisement 

Fred G. Kirsch 
William Osborn 
Favre Gould 

Budget and Finance 

Fred G. Kirsch 

D. Lynn Schlansker 

William Osborn 

Chautaugua Town Hall 

Harold Thomas 
Robert Bierer 
Robeit Chevalley 

Concessions 

Dr. E, B. Drescher 
Fred G. Kirsch 
Fred Palmer 

Co-Ordinating 

Joseph L. Rain 
Harold Thomas 
Robert Bierer 

Development, Forward 
Planning and Publicity 

Dr. E. B. Drescher 
D. Lynn Schlansker 
Ralph Osborn 
William F. Cann 



COMMITTEES 

Fire and 
Public Safety 

Fred G. Kirsch 
Harold Thomas 
Otto Huff 

Grounds and Property 

D. Lynn Schlansker 
Joseph L. Rain 
John Gaghen 
William F. Cann 

Harbor 

William G. Osborn 
Joseph Meisel, Jr. 
John Gaghen 
Jack Misegades 
Larry Colbert 
Favre Gould 

Insurance 

D. Lynn Schlansker 
William G. Osborn 

Program 

Robert Chevalley 
Joseph Meisel, Jr. 
Harold Thomas 
Mrs. Robert Allen 
Mrs. Favre Gould 
John Gaghen 
Bai-l)ara Smith 
Thomas Gaghen 



Religion 

Joseph L. Rain 
Harold Thomas 
Harold Colbert 
William S. Wegner 
Nancy Fischer 

Rules and Regulations 

Dr. E. B. Drescher 
Joseph L. Rain 
Harold Thomas 

Swimming Pool 

John Gaghen 
Joseph A. Meisel Jr. 
D. Lynn Schlansker 
David Schlansker 



Youth and Athletics 

Robert Bierer 
Robert Chevalley 
Favre Gould 
Kenneth Schulenburg 
David Thomas 



WELCOME TO NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 

With this our 85th season, I extend to one and all the 
opportunity of enjoying another wonderful summer of 
fun, relaxation, sports and worship. Let us all respect 
all we have here including the blessings of nature. 
Let us make ours a friendly valley. Meet your new 
neighbors and extend a warm welcome. Enter some 
of the many sports we have here. If you don't know 
the game, someone will teach you. Sportsmanship is 
part off Chautauqua. 

Your Board of Directors have planned this season's 
program with you in mind. Let us all be a part of it 
including family worship services. 




JOSEPH VOSS 

President Board 

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ARTICLE II 
OBJECT AND PURPOSES 

Section 1. Object. The object for which the association was formed as 

stated in its certificate of incorporation is: 

"To conduct a Chautauqua Assembly for reli^ous, educa- 
tional and scientific purposes and operate in connection 
therewith a summer resort." 

Section 2. Policies. In fulfillment of this purpose, the association has 
since its organization found it feasible and possible to operate success- 
fully without profit to its shareholders, to maintain well attended re- 
ligious services and classes, to provide a place, facilities, and supervision 
for wholesome recreation and restful living- during the summer season, 
and does hereby declare and determine that a continuation of such 
policies is for the best interes.t of the association, is essential to the ac- 
complishment of its. objects and will most effectively contribute to the 
physical, moral and spiritual welfare of its shareholders, cottage mem- 
bers, their families and guests, accordingly: 

Section 3. Non-Commercial. It is declared that it shall be the policy of 
the association to prevent Chautauqua from becoming a commercial or 
secular enterprise during the period of its commitments to its cottage 
members, expiring November 30, 1985. 

Section 4. Not for profit. The association shall continue to be operated 
and conducted without profit to its shareholders, and the net income, 
if any, shall not be accumulated for, or be paid to, or inure to the 
benefit of, its shareholders. 

Section 5. Religion. The association shall continue to provide leadership 
and facilities for religious education and worship services. Christian but 
non-sectarian in character, as the underlying motif of the organization, 
and shall permit no sectarian or anti-Christian services or activities. 

Section 6. Recreation and Retreat. The association shall, in connection 
with its religious program, provide facilities and leadership for children, 
and shall operate and conduct Chautauqua as a peaceful, wholesome, 
pleasant and safe place for rest and retreat from the pressures of mod- 
ern living. 

Section 7. Revocation or Amendment. This article shall be the central 

guide and control of the officers, directors and shareholders in all their 
actions and decisions, and shall not be revoked or amended except by a 
vote of not less than three-fourths of the entire board of directors and 
three-fourth of the shares of stock of the association, and then only 
after at least thirty-days notice by United States Mail, postage prepaid, 
to all officers, directors and shareholders, setting forth specifically and 
in detail the proposed resolution for revocation or amendment to be sub- 
m.itted for consideration. 



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Rules and Regulations governing daily living at Chautauqua are con- 
ceived in the interest of promoting public safety and making a pleasant 
and enjoyable stay for everyone possible. The cooperation of all persons 
in obsei'\ing and obeying all By-Laws, Rules and Regulations of the 
Association at all times will be greatly appreciated. 

1. VEHICLES: (a) All automobiles must be brought to a full stop at 
the Gate House at entrance to the Chautauqua grounds upon entering 
or leaving. The Gatekeeper is required to determine that each person 
entering the grounds is properly authorized for admission. 

b — The speed limit of all motor vehicles on the Chautauqua 
grounds is 15 miles per hour. All "Stop" signs must be obeyed. 

c — No one may operate a motor vehicle on the Chautauqua 
grounds who does not possess a Driver's License of the State in 
which he resides and who is not adequately covered by liability in- 
surance. All motor vehicles are required to have a state license. 

d — All residents and guests are urged to leave cars parked and 
to walk when possible. The unnecessary driving of motor vehicles on 
Chautauqua grounds will not be permitted. 

e — Anyone judged guilty of careless driving shall be prohibited 
from driving on Chautauqua grounds. 

f — Bicycles are not to be ridden on public walks or the board 
walk. Bicycle riders are urged to exercise caution in riding their 
bicycles. 

2. COTTAGE GUESTS: 0^^^lers wishing to have guests in their cot- 
tages must notify the Chautauqua manager and submit complete inform- 
ation about prospective guests to the board. The board reserves the 
right to withhold approval on applications. 

If you expect guests, notify the gatekeeper in advance and make ar- 
rangements for their admission. Frilure to make advance arrangements 
can cause embarrassment as the gatekeeper is not authorized to admit 
strangers to the grounds simply because they announce they have come 
to visit a Chautauqua resident. 

3. BUILDING: No building or additions shall be erected, nor repair 
work started except with consent of the Board of Directors, under a 
permit signed by the Secretary. No building or additions shall be done 
from June 15th to September 10th. 

3a. Any cottage owner who intends to install an air-conditioner, elec- 
trical stove, electric hot water heater, or any other electi'ical appliances 
that consume a large amount of current must obtain approval of the 
Board of Directors. 

4. COTTAGES: The Grounds Committee shall have the authority to ex- 
amine or inspect any cottage or place on the Grounds as to fire hazards, 
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5. ANIMALS: No animals or fowls shall be permitted to run at large. 
Dogs or cats shall not be allowed on the streets or public grounds of this 
Association unless leashed. 

6. OPEN FIRES: Burning of trash or other open fires are not per- 
mitted on the grounds at any time except by paid employees of the As- 
sociation. 

7. NOISES: Your cooperation and consideration of your neighbor is 
asked in loud playing of musical instruments, radios and televisions at all 
times. Quiet hour shall be observed at 11 p.m. on week nights and 12:30 
a.m. on Saturday nights. 

8. GAMES: U|se of courts or playing of all out-of-doors games is 
prohibited from 11 p.m. on Saturday to 12 o'clock noon Sunday. All out- 
door games are restricted daily between the hours from 11 p.m. and 8 a.m. 

9. INTOXICATING LIQUORS: The consuming of beer or intoxi- 
cating liquors shall not be permitted at any time on public grounds of 
Chautauqua. 

10. POSTERS: No posters, hand bills, signs, or pictures shall be dis- 
played on any part of the grounds other than on the Bulletin Board, 
and then only by permission of the Management. Approved Chautauqua 
organizations may obtain permission to advertise special events by re- 
ferring request to office manager at the Administration Building. 

11. GARBAGE AND TRASH: Garbage and trash shall be placed in 
covered containers. It will be collected at regular intervals during the 
season. 

a — Soda bottles must be returned to the dispensing machine 
from which they were taken. 

b — Papers and trash should be deposited in containers which 
are provided for this purpose around the grounds. 

12. GUNS AND FIREARMS: 

a — It is against our rules to hunt or discharg-e fire arms at any 
time and at any place on Chautauqua property. This also applies to 
air guns or air rifles. 

b — The discharge of fire works, fire crackers or bombs of any 
type is not permitted at Chautauqua at any time. 

The Management reserves the right to expel from the Grounds, or to re- 
fuse admission to anyone not conforming to these rules and regulations. 



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Miss Barbara Osborn again will be in charge of the Administration 
Office for the season. Barbara is known to most Chautauqua residents 
and is a fourth generation member of her family in Chautauqua. Any 
questions regarding memberships, guests, or miscellaneous problems on 
the grounds should be directed to the Office. All guests and pool fees 
are to be paid weekly at the Office. 

After the sea.^on, fees may be paid to the auditor by mail at the 
following address: 

New Piasa Chautauqua 

% Germanese and Sitton, C.P.A. 
7745 Carondelet Ave. 
Clayton, Missouri 63105 

Administration Office Hours: 

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 

and Friday 10:30 — 12:00 A.M. 

3:30 — 5:30 P.M. 

Saturday 10:00 — 12:00 A.M. 

2:30 — 5:30 P.M. 

Sunday 1:30 — 3:00 P.M. 

MEMBERSHIP FEES 

Annual Adult $30.00 

Annual Adult Guest 30.00 

Daily Adult Guest 75 

Annual Child Guest (ages 3 through 

12 years) 15.00 

Daily Child Guest (ages 3 through 

12 years) 50 

SWIMMING POOL FEES 

Annual Adult $25.00 

Annual Adult Guest 25.00 

Daily Adult Guest 75 

Annual Child Guest (ages 3 through 

12 years) 15.00 

Daily Child Guest (ages 3 through 

12 years) 50 

BOAT DOCKING FEES: 

Large Covered Docks $150.00 

Small Covered Docks 100.00 

Open Dock Slips 75.00 

Tie Up Space and Use of Launch Ramp 40.00 

Daily Tie Up (Resident or Visitor) 1.00 



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The same Postal regulations that were observed last year will 
be in effect this season. Chautauqua mail will arrive and depart through 
the Elsah Post Office. The Office Manager will pick up Chautauqua 
mail which has been left in a special receptable in the Administration 
Office and take it to Elsah, Cottage owners will find their mail at the 
Administration Building, In-coming mail should be addressed to New 
Piasa Chautauqua, Elsah, Illnois 62028. 



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The grocery store will be open and will stock items for your con- 

this season with Scott Schmidt as venience. The store hours will be 

the concessionaire, Scott is famil- posted, 
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C^ntrance 

It is going to be necessary for all members and guests carry their 

us to have some new personnel on annual tickets so that they may be 

the gates this year and for this checked on request by our gatemen, 
reason we are going to ask that 



Mrs, Favre Gould is in charge 
of showing cottages for sale or 
rental. She is familiar with the 
cottages that are available and 
details relative to their sale or 



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rental. Mrs, Gould may be reached 
at her cottage "Gone Fishing" on 

Springfield Ave. or by phone 

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The Station Stand will be open 
this year with Tom and Mike 
Gaghen as the operators. We can 
again look forward to those mid- 
day snacks aftei" swimming, and to 



ice cream and cold drinks in the 
evening. Their hours will be de- 
termined by the demand for their 
goods. 



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The Chautauqua Play School is 
in session from 10:00 A.M. until 
Noon Monday through Friday for 
children three to twelve years of 
age. Mrs. Kae Moore (Susie) is 
the director this year. She is 
eagerly looking forward to a good 
season. Although a new comer to 
Chautauqua she is well qualified 



PLAY SCHOOL 

for this type work. She will be 
very ably assisted by Miss Jean 
Schifferde^ker who needs no intro- 
duction to Chautauquans. 



The Play School and its various 
activities are under the direction 
of the L.C.I.A. 



MOVIES 



Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meissel have 
again obtained an excellent selec- 
tion of movies. An added attrac- 
tion is scheduled for Monday 
nights with the showing of a serial 
of Captain Video in addition to the 
regular movie. There also will be 
selected nights of community sing- 
ing before movie time. 

This year the number of movies 



has been reduced. There will be no 
showing on Wednesday nights, and 
none en the nights that dances or 
other activities are scheduled. How- 
ever, an attempt is being made to 
schedule other entertainment, such 
as slide shows, educational movies, 
games, musical programs, etc. on 
Wednesday nights. 



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SWIMMING 

Swimming is a long established 
sport at Chautauqua. Our pool 
meets all safety and health stand- 
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pool is open every day from 1 to 
5 P.M. and from 6:30 to 8 P.M. on 
Sunday and Tuesday. It may be 
opened on other evenings if the 
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Mr. Kae Moore will be the pool 
manager with Joan Schitferdecker 
and David Thomas serving as life- 
guards. All have completed their 
Red Cross life saving requirements. 

Otto Huff and Joe Voss will pro- 
vide the know-how of operating 
the pool machinery at top effi- 
ciency. 

Joe Meisel will present a Red 
Cross water safety program if at 
least 12 applicants sign up. He 
will also conduct a course designed 
to teach children 3 to 6 years of 
age to swim if there is enough 
demand for such a program. Both 
programs will be offered in morn- 
ing sessions, and applications must 
be received by June 27. 



SOFTBALL 

Softball practice will be held in 
the morning at the Athletic Field, 
and games will be played when- 
ever possible. There will be in- 
structions for the younger children. 



TENNIS 

Two good tennis courts are avail- 
able for those who enjoy this sport. 
Gordon Gi-undmann will conduct a 
tennis clinic early in the season. 



GOLF 

Through the courtesy of the 
Westlake Country Club of Jersey- 
ville, we are permitted use of 
their golf course every day except 
Sundays and holidays. 



HORSESHOES 

Good courts are maintained at 
Chautauqua for this sport. Shoes 
are furnished. 



ROQUE 

This is an old and unique Chau- 
tauqua sport. The court is well 
maintained and balls are furnished. 
Mallets may be ordered through 
the athletic committee. Favre 
Gould will give instructions in 
playing this game on Saturday 
afternoon, June 27. 

SHUFFLEBOARD 

Two professional size courts are 
located near the Administration 
Building, and are available for day 
or evening use. 

BOATING 

A boat harbor with excellent 
docking facilities is located next to 
Flint Park. Docking space is a- 
vailable for visitors who come to 
Chautauqua by boat. 



GENERAL 

An all-purpose court is located 
across from the tennis courts where 
volley ball, badminton, and basket 
ball back boards are available. 

It is planned this year to hold 
tournaments in the various sports, 
and to issue awards. Emljlems 
will also be given to all children 
who complete a required course 
in physical fitness. A meeting on 
Sunday afternoon, June 21, will 
explain these activities. 



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The L.C.I.A., whose membership 
is open to all our ladies on the 
grounds, is looking forward to 
the 85th season of Chautauqua. 

The purpose of this association 
is to further the Civic, Social, and 
Spiritual welfare of Chautauqua. 
The organization sponsors a great 
number of activities including the 
Girl's Club, Tuesday evening card 
parties, it provides for the Chil- 
dren's Day weekend, plans Thurs- 
day night activities for the chil- 
dren, secures chaperons for the 
dances, and helps to prepare the 



Chapel and Auditorium for all the 
religious services. 

Through various fund raising 
activitie'S the L.C.I. A. is able to 
carry out many major improve- 
ments at Chautauqua. The memo- 
rial fund, sustained by contribu- 
tions given as tribute, is dedicated 
to the beautification and improve- 
ment of the grounds. 



OFFICERS FOR 1970 

MRS. VINCE P. SCHIFFERDECKER 
President 



MRS. ROBERT CHEVALLEY 
Vice-President 

MRS. FAVRE GOULD 
Treasurer 



MRS. JOHN GAGHEN 
Recording Secretary 

MRS. EARL MILLER 
Corresponding Secretary 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 



MRS. CARL PREWITT 
Friday Night Pageant 

MRS. PHILIP POLSTER 
Saturday Children's Day 

-MRS. WILLIAM CANN 
Play School 

MRS. HAROLD THOMAS 
Membership 

MRS. RAY BEHYMER 
Girls' Club 



MRS. FRANK HEDGER 

Town Hall 

MRS. FAVRE GOULD 

Auditorium and Chapel 

MRS. WILLIAM THOMAS 
Card Parties 

MRS. ROBERT CHEVALLEY 

Saturday Night Dances 
& Thursday Night Activities 

MRS. FAVRE GOULD 

MRS. EARL MILLER 

MRS. JOHN GAGHEN 

Special Projects 



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The Girls' Club welcomes all Behymer and Mrs. Earl Schwan- 

girls 12 years and older to become iuger, they have planned a full 

members. This summer, once again schedule. Dates have already been 

undert he sponsorship of Mrs. Ray made for a dance and a bakesale. 

OFFICERS 

BARB SMITH President 

JEAN SCHIFFERDECKER Vice President 

JANET ALLEN Secretary 

MARY MARTIN Treasurer 

SHERRI HEDGER Assistant Treasurer 

JULIE EDMUNDS Sargeant-at-Arms 

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The Boy's Club is sponsored by The club has been inactive but 

the Men's Club and all teen-age Tom and Mike Gaghen have agreed 

boys on the grounds are invited to help instill new interest in the 

to participate in the activities. group until officers are elected. 

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As in the past, the Men's Club August 8 this year, 
will sponsor the Fourth of July 
Holiday activities. Closing the season, the Club 

^ c. . , T ^ A i.\ ^ u will hold its Annual Dinner at 

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will sponsor the Flag Raising, the p^nowing the dinner the annual 

Balloon Ascension and the Carnival ^^^^^.^^^ ^^^ ^^^.^^^.^ ^^..^1 ^^ ^^^^ 
all to be held at Flint Park. ^j^ ^^^,^ ^^ ^^^ grounds are in- 

The annual barbeque will be vited to join the Club and partici- 

held at the town hall on Saturday, pate in its activites. 

OFFICERS 

JOHN GAGHEN President 

JOE RAIN, JR Vice President 

FAVRE GOULD Secretary-Treasurer 

DIRECTORS 

ROBERT CHEVALLEY JOHN GREEN HAP WINTER 

KEN SCHULENBERB, Alternate 



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Our protected harbar is a charm- 
ing asset to Chautauqua because 
of our location on Alton Lake, 

The Yacht Club is operated for 
the benefit of Chautauqua residents 
who use the harbor facilities, and 
membership is accorded to all who 
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Every resident of Chautauqua 
who is interested in boating is in- 
vited to contact a member of the 
harbor committee or the officers 
of the yacht club for information. 

There will be a meeting of the 
Yacht Club on Saturday, August 
22 at Flint Park. 



J. MEISEL 
Commodore 

JIM KEEHNER 
Secretary 



OFFICERS 



FAVRE GOULD 
Rear Commodore 

FRED KIRSCH 
Treasurer 




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The Chautauqua players is a 
g:roup of people who enjoy having 
fun in presenting an annual play. 
Contributions i-ange all the way 
from getting a bit of "ham" out of 
your system to helping with the 
costumes, lighting, scenery, prop- 
eities, etc. Everyone is welcome 
to join in the fun. 

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1. Our annual play, Camelot- 
Chautauqua Style, will be 
presented this year on Sat- 
urday, July 25 at 8:15 P.M. 

2. Sam Schmidt plans to have 
a young people's theater 
workshop. 

A free-will collection is taken up 
to defray expenses and to pay for 
improvements to the auditorium. 




OFFICERS 



GORDON GRUNDMANN 
President 



MICKIE ALLEN 
Secretary 



PHIL POLSTER 
Treasurer 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



SUE CAMP 
BOB EDMUNDS 
BOB FISCHER 
JOHN GAGHEN 
WALLACE GILBERT 



BETTY GRUNDMANN 

JIM KEEHNER 

LINDA MEISEL 

SAM SCHMIDT 



JUNIOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS 



MARY ANN CALLAHAN 
DEBRA DISTER 
FRED FISCHER 
NANCY FISCHER 
NANCY KREID 
DAVID MEISEL 



JANE MISEGADES 

BARBARA OSBORN 

NANCY POLSTER 

PAUL SCHIFFERDECKER 

SCOTT SCHMIDT 



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David and Robert Osborn will drinks. We welcome them back to 
again be on hand to serve their serve refreshments to help us en- 
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The Chautauqua Center is only 
a memory now that the demolition 
of the old hotel hats oeen completed. 
The Town Hall is now the center 
of activity for card parties, dinners 
and special events. 



In addition to regularly scheduled 
activities, the Town Hall is also 
available at a nominal fee for 
private Chautauquan use. The 
chairman of the Town Hall com- 
mittee should be contacted for in- 
formation. 



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Mrs. Harold King will have the similar articles. Orders also may 
Giic Shop, providing gift items, be placed for Christmas Cards 
place cards, greeting cards, and from sample lines on display. 



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Eddie Meyer will deliver the 
daily news papers this summer. 
These will include both the Alton 
and St. Louis papers. You will 



have an opportunity to order de- 
livery of the papers at the seasons 
opening. 



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Mrs. Susie IMoore will be piano movies, 
accompanist at the chapel and 

church seiwices, and for the com- Susie also hopes to generate 

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SUNDAY MORNING CHURCH 

The Sunday morning Worship Service is held in the Auditorium 
at 11:00 A.M. with the Resident Minister presenting guest ministers 
who are selected and invited by the Religious Committee. 

The list of ministers who will occupy the pulpit in Chautauqua 
this season is a distinguished one and in keeping with the efforts to 
provide an especially fine program. A variety of denominations and 
special preaching strengths will be represented during the summer. 

CHURCH SCHOOL 

Each Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. Church School is held in the 
auditorium under the supervision of Mr. Joseph L. Rain, chairman of 
the Religious Committee of the Board of Directors, and Mrs. Milton 
Grimm. A staff of capable teachers provides excellent training for all 
age groups. Accredited attendance cards are given those who attend. 
Special recognition is given perfect attendance. 

THURSDAY CHAPEL 
Kae Moore, resident minister, will be in charge of the Thursday 
evening devotional services at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel. Special music 
and group singing of old familiar songs will be an important part of 
the Chapel Services. 



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Chautauqua is fortunate this year in having a husband and wife 
team to assist in the religious and recreational program at Chautauqua. 
They are Kae and Susie Moore, who will be newlyweds upon their 
arrival here. At this writing Susie is still Miss Carolyn Sue Essig. She 
will graduate in June from the University of Evansville with a Major 
in English Liberal Arts. She has had training in Red Cross first aid, 
and music, and has served as counselor and recreation director at various 
camps. 

Kae Moore who will serve as Resident Minister, will also graduate 
from the University of Evansville in .June, and will continue in graduate 
school at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, where he has been awarded 
an assistantship. Kae's major is in Physical Education. His Church 
affiliation is United Methodist in New Harmony, Indiana, where he 
participated as service leader and speaker. He also has served on the 
National Staff of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. At college, Kae 
participated in virtually all varsity sports programs. He has taught 
Red Cross water safety courses, and was swimming coach and instioictor 
at the Evansville Countrv Club. 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA Seventem 



Special riolei and i^ommentd 

1. Chautauqua is what we each help to make it-both in and out of the 
regular season. Let us all observe it's regulations, let us all partake 
of and support it's activities, and if we have special talents let us 
make them available to Chautauqua for it's benefit. 

2. Please read again the rules section of the Program Book. Pages 4-6. 

3. As Christians let us lead a Christian life; As Americans proud of our 
heritage to have a Chautauqua let us display the American flag. 

4. Please check your name, address, etc. If there are any omissions 
or corrections let the program committee know so they can be 
changed next year. 

5. For the benefit of new owners — The bell at the administration build- 
ing normally is sounded ^ hour before all events, and again at 
event time. The siren is blown at noon, 5:00 P.M., and in case of 
emergency. Religious and card party announcements, and movie 
reviews can be found on the bulletin boards in the vicinity of the 
Administration Building. 

6. Some special safety and courtesy regulations for your consideration: 

(a) Digging — There are underground telephone cables, gas, water, 
and sewer lines at Chautauqua. Please find the location of these 
before doing any digging. In the case of gas lines, these are made 
of plastic pipe and could easily be broken. There is a warning tape 
just below the, ground at the gas line locations. IF YOU SHOULD 
DIG UP THIS WARNING TAPE DO NOT DIG ANY DEEPER! 

(b) Bluff Climbing — The Spring area is an enticing but dangerous 
place for the children. PLEASE RESTRAIN ANY CHILDREN 
FROM CLIMBING THE BLUFFS IN THIS AREA. It is very 
dangerous, but could also deface the beautiful improvements that 
have been made there. 

(c) Restraining Children — While Chautauqua is a place where chil- 
dren have freedom of the grounds, parents should restrain them 
from play activities during religious services, and also from annoy- 
ing activities at the movies. 

(d) Dances — This year we are inviting all Chautauquans from 9 to 90 
to attend all dances until the first intermission, at which time children 
under 13 years of age are requested to leave. This does not apply to 
the dance on Childrens Day. Everyone on the dance floor is expected 
to obseiwe the posted regulations, and to conform to the following 
clothes requirements: Male — closed shirt collar (with or without tie) 
or turtle-neck shirt, trousers, and shirt tail to be worn under the 
trousers. Female — dresses of acceptable length (no jeans, shorts, or 
slacks). Everyone shall wear shoes. 



Eighteen NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 

cJuailu f-^roaram. of C^vents 

Following is a list of many of the daily activities to be presented 
this season. Since changes and additions will occur, it is suggested that 
everyone listen to the announcements at the Auditorium and watch- the 
bulletin boards. Also, the Men's Club with Favre Gould as the publisher, 
puts out a weekly bulletin which is delivered to each cottage every 
Tuesday. If anyone has information to be put in this publication, see 
Mr. Gould one or two days before the delivery day. 

In addition to the listed activities, there will be community singing 
before some of the movies and impromptu events on Wednesday nights. 
There will also be special children and youth activities on Thursday 
nights after the Chapel Service. 

Saturday, June 20 — ■ Opening Day of the 1970 Season 

Flag Day at Chautauqua — Cottage owners are asked 

to display the American flag today, and every day. 
1:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Trash and Treasures Day — Your trash is 

someone else's treasure to buy and to hold. Set your 

items in front of your cottage. 
8:15 P.M. Movie — "Young Americans" 

Sunday, June 21 — Father's Day 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 
11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 

Kae Moore, Resident Minister, will conduct the first 
sei-vice of the season. 

1:30 P.M. All children and their parents are asked to attend a 
meeting at the Auditorium at which there will be a 
discussion of the athletic program. It is important 
that everyone attend. 

Monday, June 22 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "Some Kind of Nut", Dick van Dyke and 
Angle Dickinson 
Also — "Captain Video", chapter 1 

Tuesday, June 23 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Party at the Town Hall 

Wednesday, June 24 — Open 

Thursday, June 25 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 

Friday, June 26 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "Charro", Elvis Presley 

Saturday, June 27 

3:00 P.M. Roque Instructions at the Roque Court - Favre Gould 
8:15 P.M. Movie — "Charge of the Light Brigade", Trevor 
Howard and Venessa Redgrave 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA Nineteen 



Sunday, June 28 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 
Rev. Dr. John H. Rodgers. Jr. 
Virginia Theological Seminary 
Alexandria, Virginia 



Monday, June 29 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "Yours Mine and Ours" 
Lucille Ball and Henry Fonda 
Also "Captain Video", Chapter 2 and 3 



Tuesday, June 30 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Party at the Town Hall 

Wednesday, July 1 

8:15 P.M. Film — "Keeping Pleasure Boating Pleasant" 
Courtesy - State Farm Insurance Company 

Thursday, July 2 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 

Friday, July 3 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "If It's Tuesday It Must Be Belgium" 
Suzanne Pleshette and Elsa Martinelli 

Saturday, July 4 — Annual 4th of July Activities 

9:30 A.M. Carnival at Flint Park 

9:45 A.M. Flag Raising 

10:00 A.M. Balloon Release followed by Men's Club Carnival 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "Support Your Local Sheriff" 
James Garner and Walter Brennan 



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Sunday, July 5 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 
11:00 A.M. Worship SeiA'ice at the Chapel 



The Rev. Val D. Strader 

First United Methodist Church, Jefferson City, Mo. 



Monday, July 6 

8:15 P.M. Movie — 'Topi", Alan Arkin 

Also "Captain Video" Chapter 4 and 5 



Tuesday, July 7 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Party at the Town Hall 
MEN INVITED 



Wednesday. July 8 — ^ Open 

Thursday, July 9 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 



Friday, July 10 

8:80 P.M. Dance at Pavilion "Inside Track" band 
until 

11 ::'.() P.M. Sponsored by the Girl's Club 



Saturday, July 11 

9:30 A.M. Tennis Clinic l)y Gordon (iiundmaii at the Auditorium 
8:15 P.M. Movie — "Paper Lion", Alan Alda 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA TweBty-Ois« 



Sunday, July 12 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Sei'\ice at the Chapel 
Dr. Cortley Burroughs 
First Presbyterian Church, Alton 



Monday, July 13 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "Challenge for Robin Hood", P>arry Ingram 
Also "Captain Video" Chapters 6 and 7 



Tuesday, July 14 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Partv at the Town Hall 



Wednesday, July 15 — Open 



Thursday, July 16 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Sen-ice at the Chapel 



Friday, July 17 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "With Six You Get Eggroll" 
Doris Dav and Brian Keith 



Saturday, July 18 

1:00 P.M. Girls Bake Sale and Cake Walk 
8:00 P.M. Patio Party at Swimming Pool 



Twenty-Twd NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 



Siindaj-. July 19 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 
Dr. Johnstone G. Patrick 
First Presbyterian Church, St. Louis 



Monday. July 20 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "Rascal", Walt Disney Movie 

Also "Captain Video", Chapters 8 and 9 



Tuesday. July 21 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Partv at the Town Hall 



Wednesday, July 22 

8:15 P.M. Slide Show - "Equador" given by Mr. Lyndon Bell at 
the Town Hall 



Thursday, July 23 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 



Friday, July 24 

8:15 P.M. Movie — "Winning" 

Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward 



Saturday, July 25 

10:00 A.M. Bethel Church l^ake Sale at the Administration P.uilding 

8:15 P.M. Entertainment by the Chautauqua Players 
"A Chautauqua Camelot" 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA Twenty-Three 



Sunday, July 26 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 
The Rev. West Brun 
Grace Methodist Church, St. Louis, Mo. 



Monday, July 27 

8:15 P.M. Movie — ''Thoroughly Modern Millie", Julie Andrews 
Also "Captain Video", Chapters 10 and 11 



Tuesday, July 28 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Party at the Town Hall 



Wednesday, July 29 — Open 



Thursday, July 30 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 



Friday, July 31 

8:15 P.M. Movie — ''Hannibal Brooks", Steve McQueen 



Saturday, August 1 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "Where Were You When the Lights Went Out" 
Doris Day and Robert Morse 
Note time change for remaining movies. 



Twenty-Four NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 



Sunday, Aujfust 2 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 

The Rev. Robert Chatfield Kemper 
1st Congregational Church, Alton 

Monday, August 3 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty 
Jalopies", Tony Curtis 

Tuesday, August 4 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Party at the Town Hall 

Wednesday, August 5 — Open 

Thursday, August 6 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 

Friday, August 7 

8:00 P.M. Children's Day Pageant at Auditorium 

The Children's Day weekend begins with tonight's pro- 
gram presented by the Children of the Play School, 
with Mrs. Susan Moore, as Play School Director and 
her Assistant Jean Schifferdecker. The Children are 
delighted to bring their taints to the Chautauqua stage. 

Saturday, August 8 

1 :00 P.M. Costume parade by the children and young people under 
the sponsorship of the L.C.I.A. with Mrs. Philip Polster, 
chairman. Prizes are awarded for the best ffoat, bi- 
cycle, costume, etc. 

1:80 P.M. Refreshments and Novelties provided for all children 
up to and including 12 years of age. 

2:00 P.M. Contests, races and games for the children at the 
Athletic Field. 

5:00 P.M. Men's Club Bar-B-Q — Everyone Invited 

8:30 P.M. Childrens' Day dance at the Pavilion, ''Inside Track" 



until 
11:30 P.M. 



band. 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA Twenty-Pive 



Sunday, August 9 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 

Youth Sunday — Service Conducted by Chautauqua's 
Young People 
2:30 P.M. Swim and Fun Games at the pool - Gordon Grundmana 
in charge. 

Monday, August 10 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "Peter Pan", Walt Disney 

Also "Captain Video", chapters 14 and 15 

Tuesday, August 11 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Party at the Town Hall 

Wednesday, August 12 

8:15 P.M. Slide show — "Britain" given bv Mr. Lyndon Bell at 
the Town Hall 

Thursday, August 13 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 

Friday, August 14 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "Italian Job", Michael Caine and Noel Coward 

Saturday, August 15 

2:00 P.M. Annual Stockholders Meeting at the Chapel 
8:00 P.M. Movie — "Guns of the Magnificent Seven" 
George Kennedy 

Sunday, August 16 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 
11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 
The Rev. Robert Baur 
Evangelical Children's Home, St. Louis 

Monday, August 17 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "Smith", Walt Disney 

Also "Captain Video", chapters 16 and 17 

Tuesday, August 18 

10:00 A.M. L.C.LA. Semi-Annual Meeting, 
Breakfast and Style Show 

8:00 P.M. L.C.LA. Card Party at the Town Hall 



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Wednesday. August 19 — Open 

Thursday, August 20 

■ 7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 
' •• 8:00 P.M. Children's Lantern Parade and Talent Night 

Friday, August 21 

8:30 P.M. Dance at the Pavilion "Inside Track" band. 

Saturday, August 22 

11:00 A.M. L.C.I.A. Bazaar at the Town Hall. 
Coffee and sandwiches available. 

3:00 P.I\I. Yacht Club Annual Meeting at Flint Park 

8:00 P.M. Movie — ''Sweet Charity", Shirley McLanie 

Sunday, August 23 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 
Dr. Marion F. Stewart 
First Presbyterian Church, Alva, Oklahoma 

Monday, August 24 

8:00 P.M. Movie — ''Change of Hal)it", Elvis Presley, Mary 
Tyler Moore. Also "Captain Video, chapters 18 and 19 

Tuesday, August 25 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I.A. Card Party at the Town Hall 

Wednesday, August 26 — Open 

Thursday, August 27 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 

Friday, August 28 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "How Sweet It Is", Debbie Reynolds and 
.James Garner 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA Twenty-Seven 



Saturday, August 29 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "Bridge of Remagen" 
Ben Gazzara and Robert Vaughn 



Sunday, August 30 

9:45 A.M. Sunday School at Auditorium 

11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 

Rev. M, A. Gross, Assembly of God Chuirh 
Granite City, Illinois 

Monday, August 31 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter" 
Herman's Hermits 

Tuesday, September 1 

8:00 P.M. L.C.I. A. Card Party at the Town Hall 

Wednesday, September 2 — ■ Open 

Thursday, September 3 

7:30 P.M. Vesper Service at the Chapel 

Friday, September 4 

8:00 P.M. Movie — "The Night They Raided Minsky's" 
Jason Rolard, Bert Lahr 

Saturday, September 5 

8:00 P.M. Presentation of Sunday School Attendance and Athletic 

Awards. 
8:30 P.M. Movie — "How To Succed In Business Without Trying" 

Robert Morse 

Sunday, September 6 

9:45 A.M. Sundav School at Auditoi-ium 
11:00 A.M. Worship Service at the Chapel 

Kae Moore, Resident Minister, will preside at the last 

Service of the season. 
6:00 P.M. Mn's Club dinner and election of officers. All men on 

the grounds invited. 

Monday, September 7 

No scheduled events on the last day of the season — a 
time for last minute visiting and farewells. Bon 
voyage. May God be with you. 



twenty-Eight 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 



rooster of Lilian tail qua r\e3ldentd 



Mr. Frank E. Abell Estate 

"Sonny-Dell" 
#218 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and .^Irs. J. R. Adams 

1152 N.W. 30th Court 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Chautauqua Phone 4G(;-129() 

"The Maples" 
#<)() Park Ave. 

Mrs. J. R. Adams 

1152 N.W. HOth Court 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
"79 Wistful Vista" 
#178 Springfield Ave. 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Allen 

16 Hebner Dr., 
Alton, Illinois 

465-8411 

"Sweet Tooth" 
#65 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Armstrong 

219 Alben, Alton, 111. 

465-4306 

"Re-Lax-In" 
#244 Bluff Ave. 

Mrs. Edwin Hacks 

2213 Vandalia 
Collinsville, 111. 
#336 Springfield 

Mrs. Marion Beckwith Estate 

320 Missouri Ave., 
E. St. Louis, in. 

"Takitazy" 
#223 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. Paul J. Beckwith 

820 N. 8th St., Vandalia, 111. 
#273 Springfield Ave. 



Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Behymer 

338 Selma Ave., 

Webster Groves, Mo. 63119 

961-8810 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2026 

"Bee-at-Eze" 
#45 3rd Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Lyndon Bell 

7379 Amherst Avenue 
University Citv, Mo., 63130 

862-1089 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1672 

"Su-Casa" 
#265 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl F Bensiek 

7118 Hunter Ave. 

St. Louis County (Beverly Hills) 
Mo. 63121 

383-2999 

"Ju-Me-Ma" 
#121 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Bierer 

3064 Delavan Drive 

Bel Nor, Mo., 63121 

382-4599 

Chautauqua Phone 4(56-5823 

"Holliday Cottage" 
#141 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Blankenship 

332 Reno, East Alton, 111. 

259-8325 

"Spring Lodge" 
#172 Alton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Boyd, TIT 

8030 Rosiline Drive 

Clayton, Mo., 63105 
#110 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brainerd 

New Piasa Chautauqua, 
Elsah, 111. 62028 

Phone 466-0034 

"Oak Heights" 
#241 Bluff Ave. 



NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 



Twenty-Nine 



Mrs. Ethel Bridell 

761 Radcliffe Ave., 
U. City, Mo. 63130 

721-8589 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1418 

''Shady Dell" 
#238 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hryant 

1516 Colonial Drive 
Godfrey, 111. 62035 

466-4060 

Chautauqua Phone 466-6474 

"Hawthorne Lodge" 
#114 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. .John C. Buerkle 

2718 Judson Ave., Alton, 111. 

462-5744 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2004 

"Major Manor" 
#147 .Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Burt 

2006 Washington Ave., Alton, 111. 

465-7350 

"Kontent" 
#120 Jersey 

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron G. Burnett 

4325 Zuni St. 
Denver, Colo. 80211 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2935 

"Elmhurst" 
#64 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robt. J. Callahan 

11347 Lemonaco Ct. 

St. Louis, Mo. 63136 
843-9566 

Chautauqua Phone 466-3628 
"Tarrymore Again and Again" 

#29 Alton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Cann 

7114 Waterman Avenue 
University City, Mo. 63130 

727-9471 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1596 

"Beacon Lodge" 
#155 Jersey Ave. 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Chevalley 

2139 Marquette Dr., 
Alton, 111. 62002 

466-6308 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4270 

"Open Doors" 
#151 Jersey Ave. 

Miss Helen Christoe 

1218 Washington Ave., Alton, 111. 

465-7635 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1069 

"Komon Inn" 
#111 Jersey Ave. 

Mrs. Otto E. Cichlar 

20 Marietta PI., Alton, 111. 

465-5015 

"Bon View" 
#229 Springfield Ave. 

Mrs. Betty Sanders Close 

900 E. 4th St., 
Alton, Illinois 

465-7424 

"Home Sweet Home" 

#83 St. Louis Circle 

Mr. and Mrs- Harold R. Colbert 

582 S. Berry Rd.. 
St. Louis, Mo. 63122 

961-5374 

"Solid Comfort" 
#216 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Cutler 

433 Elm Ave. 
Glendale, Mo. 63122 

965-8505 

"Laff-A-Lot" 
#81 St. Louis Circle 

Mr. and Mrs. James Dimitroff 

2548 Edison, 
Granite City, Illinois 

Tri City 7-1656 
#43 Alton Ave. 

Mrs. .Alarjorie Dintelmann 

New Piasa Chautauqua 
Elsah, Illinois 62028 

"das Lied Lein" 
#72 St. Louis Ave, 



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NEW PIASA CHAUTAUQUA 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Donnelly 

12705 Cypress Way Drive 
St. Louis County, Mo., 63141 
434-5179 
"Upson Downs" 

#497 Alton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Erwin F. Dormann 

330 Alby Street, Alton, Illinois 

462-2654 

"Moss Cliff" 
#610 Park Ave. 



Mrs. G. Torrance Flint 

31 Topton way 
Clavton, Mo. 63105 

8*63-5778 
"Hustlenot" 
#214 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Floss 

4804 Chateau Drive 
Godfrey, 111. 62035 

462-7661 

''Out-N-Inn" 
#119 Jersev Ave. 



Dr. and Mrs. Emmett B. Drescher 

619 Haverford Rd. 
Ladue, Missouri 63124 

965-3772 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1189 

•'Laffin Place" 
#211 Springfield Ave. 

Mrs. Fred DuHadway 

304 North Lafayette 
Jersevville, Illinois 

498-3718 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4072 

"Mine-N-Yours" 
#161 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Everitt 

3614 Avalon PL 
Peoria, 111. 61604 

"Ke-Ma-Sha Korner" 
#170 Alton Ave. 



Mrs. Everett Fay 

682 South McCanii 
Springfield, Mo. 65804 

881-7600 

'^Bit of Abode" 
#152 .Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Fischer 

7622 N. Sunset Dr. 
St. Louis, Mo. 63121 

381-0393 

Chautauqua Phone 466-3399 

"Fischers Inn' 
#505 Alton Ave. 



Mr. E. A. Frauenthal 

262 Ridge Trail Drive 
Chesterfield, Mo., 63017 

434-5315 

Chautauqua Phone 466-5553 

"Playtopia" 
#109 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. Larry C. Frohock 

3758 Aberdeen Avenue 
Alton, Illinois 

465-9172 

Chautauqua Phone 466-5836 

"Family Plan" 
#138 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Gaghen 

1700 Liberty St. 
Alton, 111. 62002 

465-1711 

Chautauqua Phone 466-5836 

"Family Plan" 
#138 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gilbert 

459 W. Swon 

Webster Groves, Mo. 63119 

962-6435 

"Beehive" 
#75 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Gillespey 

308 West Clay 
Collinsville, 111. 62234 

344-2609 

"Brookhaven" 
#153 Jersey Ave. 



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Thirty-On€ 



Mr. and Mrs. Favre Gould 

New Piasa Chautauqua 
Elsah, Illinois 62028 

466-1344 

"Gone Fishin'" 
#236 Springfield Ave. 

Major and Mrs. W. H. Green 

3107 College Ave., 
Alton, 111. 62002 

462-8646 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2867 

'^Casa Verte" 
#617 Harbor Drive 

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Griesedieck 

8126 Page Blvd. 
St. Louis, Mo. 63130 

426-2014 

"Pioneer" 
#47 3rd Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Grimm 

8803 Northcrest Lane 
St. Louis, Mo. 63115 

388-0131 

"Bric-A-Brac" 

#209 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grundmann 

1502 Belton 

Webster Groves, Mo. 63119 

961-4226 

"Wunderbak" 
St. Louis Ave. 

Dr. Wm. H. Grundmann 

40 Plaza Square 

St. Louis, Mo., 63103 

436-2733 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1879 

"Villa Mexico" 
#492 Carrollton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hamel 

6853 Garner Ave., 
St. Louis, Mo. 63139 

781-5948 

"Whiz Kids" 
#66 St. Louis Ave. 



Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Harris 

332 Reno, East Alton, 111. 

259-8325 

"Kentucky Home" 
#159 Jersey Ave. 

Mrs. Lena Hartman 

8803 Northcrest Lane 
St. Louis, Mo. 63115 

388-0131 

"Bric-A-Brac" 

#209 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hedger 

501 Henry St., 
Alton, Illinois 62002 

462-6269 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4572 

"Haven on Earth" 
#143 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Heidenreich 

646 College Crest 

Westerville, Ohio 

"Heid Out" 
#99 St. Louis Circle 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Hemphill 

Fairmount Addition, Godfrey, 111. 

462-1335 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1896 

"Hemphill's" 
#46 3rd Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Higgins 

12960 Whitecliff Ct. 
Florissant, Mo. 

921-0622 
#44 Alton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Holladay 

5126 Clara Drive 
Godfrev, Illinois 62035 

466-2771 
#77 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hays Hope 

1339 Midland Dr. 
University City, Mo. 63130 

725-1655 

"Suits Me" 
#107 Jersey Ave. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Otto Huff 

New Piasa Chautauqua 
Elsah. Illinois 62028 

Phone 466-1963 

"Rock Bottom" 
#613 Park Ave. 

Dr. and Mrs. James R. Hurd 

115 S. Cardinal Lane 
St. Charles, Mo. 

723-0537 

"Jacks or Better" 
if 118 Jersey Ave. 



Mrs. C. J. Jacoby 

Fairmount Addition, Godfrey, IIU 
465-5452 , ^ ( - 5 ^L'i 

"Sleepy Hollow" -r^^ ' 

#260 Alton Ave. 




Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. 

125 Country Club Acres .- ^^ 
Belleville, Illinois i*!* ' 

398-4818 '^^^ 



"Happy Hill" 
#101 St. Louis Circle 



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Mr. Stephen Reiser 

20 Thorndell, 

Richmond Heights, Mo. 63117 

991-5593 

"Cross Roads" 
#239 Bluff Ave. 

Dr. and Mrs. David N. Kerr 

6939 Pershing Ave., 
Universitv City, Mo. 63130 

721-4715 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2939 

"Brookside" 
#277 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. King 

505 South Jackson Court 
Apartment "B" 
Belleville, Illinois 

235-0261 

"Sonny Dell" 
#218 Springfield Ave. 



Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Kirsch 

438 Oakcraft Drive 
Kirkwood, Mo., 63122 

821-3585 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4496 

"Mommoo's 
#69 St. Louis Ave. 

Mrs. Margaret Kreitner 

29 Oak Knoll, Belleville, 111. 

398-0049 

"Lazy Days" 
#333 Springfield Ave. 

Mrs. Norman MacLeod, Estate 
c/o Mr. and Mrs. M. Ganousis 

770 Kostra 
Florissant, Mo. 63031 

831-4440 

"Nelly Blv" 
#329 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Mahon 

7001 Stratford St, 
St. Louis, Mo. 63120 

381-8473 

"Good Eniiff 

#94 Carrollton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. PI McBiide 

604 Cherry St. 

Chicago, 111. 

#54 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McKain, Jr. 

7379 Amherst Avenue 
Universitv City, Mo., 63130 

862-0544 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4139 

"Mac's Rest" 
#79 St. Louis Circle 

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. McKinley 

300 Susann Court, 
Belleville, 111. 

233-2078 
"Idle-A-While" 
#227 Springfield Ave, 



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Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Meisel, Jr. 

8803 Crossbow Ct. 
Overland, Mo. 

Chautauqua I hone 466-3032 

"Joe's Place" 
#175 Alton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Meisel III 

2246 North Burling 
Chicago, Illinois 
549-7496 

#179 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Meyer 

29 Frontenac 
Godfrey, Illinois 62035 

466-5199 

"Panacea" 

#212 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Middlecoff 

3873 Coronado Drive 
Alton, Illinois (;-2002 

465-5620 

Chautauqua ihone 466-1947 

"West Bluff Lodge" 
#615 Harbor Drive 

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Milforo 

1218 Washington Ave., 
Alton, 111. 62005 

465-7635 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1069 

"Komon Inn" 
#111 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jo3 Miller 

1216 W. Armory 
Champaign, 111. 61820 

"Riverview" 
#62 St. Louis Ave. 

Mrs. Earl Miller 

7369 Pershing Ave. 
St. Louis, Mo. 

727-0356 

"The Stat-ler" 
#225 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jac!;: Misegades 

1724 N. 46th St., 
East St. Louis, 111. 

271-2449 
#127 Jersey Ave. 



Misses Eva and Cornelia Moore 

1720 Washington Ave., Alton, 111. 
462-3278 
"Traxend" 

#100 St. Louis Circle 

Mr. and Mrs. Kae Moore 

Resident Minister 

"Tanglewood" 
#342 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Morgenroth 

R.R. 1, Godfrey, 111. 62035 

466-1840 

Chautauqua Phone 466-0393 

"Tawkwa" 
#500 Alton Ave. 

Mrs. Robert E. Murray 

Center and Pershing Drive 
New Kensington, Pa. 
''Bob Inn" 

#105 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Nelson 

424 Parkland 
Glendale, Mo. 63122 

966-0292 

"Welikit" 
#251 Alton Ave. 

Mrs. E. G. Norris 

314 Melville Ave., 
U. City, Mo. 63130 

721-0414 

"Lone Star" 
#247 Bluff Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osborn 

814 Pardee Drive 
Godfrey, Illinois 62035 

466-5012 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2581 

"Summertime" 
#149 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Osborn 

810 Pardee Drive, Godfrey, 111. 

466-3556 

Mailing Address : 

P..0. Box 22, Alton, Illinois 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2065 

"Arrowhead" 
#256 Springfield Ave 



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Mrs. Evelyn Palmer 

6905 Washington Ave. 
University City, Mo. 68180 

868-8029 
#178 Alton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palmer 

6905 Washington Ave. 
University Citv, Mo. 63130 

863-8029 

Chautauqua Phone 466-0481 

"Palmer House" 
#2 Park Ave 

Mrs. Edgar Paul 

484 E. 8th St.. Alton, 111. 62002 
462-2943 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4861 
"The Enchanted Cottage" 

#103 4th Street 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Polster 

6823 Waterman Blvd. 
University Citv, Mo. 63130 

727-6416 

"Oakhurst" 
#80 St. Louis Circle 

Mrs. Roscoe Poole 

Levis Lane — Rt. 4 
Godfrey, 111. 62085 

466-2165 

"Piasa Lodge" 
#116 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Prewitt 

520 Wes)t Carpenter 
Jerseyville, Illinois 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2703 

"Mount Repose" 
#529 4th Street 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Rain 

4 West Elm St., 
Alton, 111. 62002 

466-5368 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1204 

"Colonial" 
#267 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Rain, Jr. 

5107 Arrowwood 
Godfrev, 111. 62085 

466-2379 
#341 Springfield Ave, 



Mr. and 3Irs. Thomas L. Rain 

131 West Rose 

Webster Groves, Mo. 63119 

962-0392 
#246 Bluff Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Randall 

1508 Sherwood Lane 
Lansing, Mich. 48917 

"Edgewood" 
#263 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Rankin 

Chautauqua, 111. 

466-3061 

"The House That Jack Built" 
#1 Park Ave. 

Mr. Robert E. Rippley 

4475 West Pine Blvd., 
St. Louis, Mo. 63108 

581-2118 

"Tom's Cabin" 
#228 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Roberts 

6935 Pershing Ave., 
University City, Mo. 63130 

868-6612 

"Mr. Roberts" 

#506 4th Street 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rodgers 

607 Angenette Ave., 
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122 

821-7584 

"The Lodge" 
#248 Bluff Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rogers 

615 McLain Lane 
Kirkwood, Mo. 68122 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4131 

"Rogers Roost" 
#42 2nd Ave. 

Mrs. Harold B. Sanders 

900 E. 4th St., Alton, 111. 

465-7424 

"Home Sweet Home" 
#83 St. Louis Circle 



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Mrs. M. R. Scherman 

8133 Whitburn 
Clayton, Mo. 63105 

727-8845 

"Schermansion" 
#230 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Schifferdecker 

29 Oak Knoll, Belleville, 111. 
398-0049 
"Lazy Days" 

#333 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Schlansker 

7922 Gannon Ave. 
University City, Mo. 63130 

727-5902 

Chautauqua Phone 466-3069 

"Our Shangri-la" 
#124 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schmidt 

705 Royal St. 
Alton, 111. 62002 

465-7665 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1743 
#56 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Schmidt 

10513 Rothwell Dr., 
St. Louis, Mo. 63136 

867-8987 
"Bluffside" 
#249 Bluff Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Schulenburg 

1406 Liberty, Alton, 111. 
462-8325 
"Telawauket, 11" 

#215 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Schwaninger 

461 Bellevue 

Webster Groves, Mo. 63119 

962-8871 

"Last Resort" 

#242 Bluff Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Sheehan 

321 Oaklev Lane 
Kirkwood, Mo. 63122 

964-9892 
#102 St. Louis Circle 



Mrs. Carl Singer 

132 W. Cedar 

Webster Groves, Mo. 63119 

962-1872 

"Jiminy Cricket" 
#150 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. George M. Smith 

310 North Hill Street 
Jerseyville, Illinois 

498-3574 

"Twin Courts" 
#162 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Smith 

Fairmount Addition 
Godfrey, Illinois 62035 

465-2365 

Chautauqua Phone 466-2032 

**Camelot" 
#494 Park Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harland R. Speer 

6127 Bermuda Dr. 
Ferguson, Mo. 63135 

521-2395 

"Snugenuff" 
#106 Jersey Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Springman 

1402 Central Ave. 
Alton, 111. 62002 

465-2949 

"We Think So" 
#506 4th St. 

Miss Helen Stahlhuth 

825 Paddock Drive 
Florissant, Mo. 63133 

831-6183 

"Minnie Ha Ha" 
#340 Springfield Ave. 

Mrs. W. P. Stallings 

406 W. 4th St., Alton, 111. 62002 

462-7938 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4778 

"Springside" 
#250 Bluff Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Streeper, III 

37 Danforth Ave., 
Alton, 111. 62002 
462-3133 



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Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Thebeau 

1511 Fifth St., Madison, 111. 
#336 Spring-field Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas 

2820 Grand Avenue 
Granite Citv, 111. 62042 

877-4225 

Chautauqua Phone 466-5498 

''The Hut" 
#232 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Thomas 

Main St., Graft-on, 111. 

"Tom's Cabin" 
#228 Springfield Ave. 

Mrs. Wm. R. Thomas 

2929 Madison Ave., 
Granite Citv, 111. 62042 

876-4080 

Chautauqua Phone 466-1129 

''Daisy Dell" 
#235 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Tomlinson 

7360 Melrose 
University Citv, Mo. 

727-0219 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4518 

*'E-Komo-Mai" 
it 63 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Archa Trabue 

429 Albv, Alton, 111. 62002 

462-8140 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4429 

"Bide-A-Wee" 
#82 St. Louis Circle 

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ulbright 

Lebanon, Illinois 

KEllogg 7-6754 

Chautauqua phone 466-1913 

"The Ulbrights" 
#74 St. Louis Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Voss 

9 E. Elm St., Alton, 111. 62002 
466-6226 

Chautauqua Phone 466-0638 
"Green Gables" 

#270 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Warnecke 

1850 Fairfax St., Carlyle, 111. 

"Dun Workin" 
#51 St. Louis Ave. 



Mrs. F. G. Warner Estate 

"Devonshire Lodge" 
#174 Alton Ave. 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Watson 

330 .lulia Place 

East St. Louis, 111. 62203 

397-7637 

"Chatterbox" 
#222 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Weber 

New Piasa Chautauqua 
Elsah, Illinois 62028 

466-5385 
#490 Carrollton Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Wegner 

2027 Goodale Avenue 
St. Louis, Mo., 63114 

428-4713 

"Euphoria" 
#219 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Welch 

2444 Delmar 

Granite Citv, 111. 62042 

876-5996 

Chautauqua Phone 466-4931 
#157 Jersey Ave. 

Col. and Mrs. Lawrence K. White 

3715 Upton St., N. W. 
Washington, D. C. 20016 

"Grandview" 
#258 Springfield Ave. 

Mrs. Kate White, Estate 

%Robert A. White 
Nitro, West Va. 
"Tanglewood" 
r342 Springfield Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harley M. Yolton 

713 Riverview. Alton, 111. 62002 

462-3136 

"The Wig^v^am" 
#492 Park Ave. 

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Yungck 

312 West Elm Street, 
Alton, 111. 62002 

466-5457 

Chautauqua Phone 466-0530 

"Glen Echo" 
#208 Springfield Ave. 




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