John A. Sides (Grandfather), Sandy Sides, Beverly Hall (Cousin) and
Gladys Sides (Mother) at Wilson Park, eating popcorn from the pool concession.
Sandy with her Brownie Scout Troop girlfriends at her birthday party in her
backyard on Cleveland Blvd.  Each girl is holding their favorite
baby doll.  Sandy is in the back row, on right end.  Notice her crutch peeking out?  
She had a broken foot!
Sandy Sides at Wilson Park
c. 1936
Sandy Sides with her mother,
Gladys Brewer Sides
on the front steps of their home at
2217 Cleveland Blvd.     1945
Sandy Sides with her father, William E. Sides,
in front of the Granite City Public Library
Sandy in her stroller in Grandmother Brewer's back yard
at 2215 Cleveland Blvd.
Dean Maylath (Cousin), Lorna Zbinden, Sandy and father at her grandparent's
lake house on Long Lake in Pontoon Beach
Sandy's family in front of their lake house
Family members on the front porch of 1610 Maple in Lincoln Place.  This was
the home of Andy Phillips, famous basketball player with the Celtics.
My Uncle Ed Maylath was Andy's uncle.  His sister was Mary Phillips, on the left
hand side.
Easter Day, Sandy (front, in hat), Dean Maylath (cousin, boy) and other family
members.  Dean and his parents, Ed & Dot Maylath, lived upstairs above the
hardware store shown in the background.
Sandy's cousin, Dean Maylath, behind the family car in front of the
Maylath's apartment (above the hardware store).
Sandy posing in front of the famous "castle" in Wilson Park
Sandy holding her tennis racket while in the backyard of grandmother,
Viola Brewer, who is gardening in the background, located at 2215 Cleveland.
Sandy with her Brownie Scout friends, again, at her birthday party!
This was a mock wedding the ladies of the First Christian Church put on for a
lady's tea. I was the bride, my groom was George Moran, still living in Granite
City and I know a few of th enames of the wedding party.  My grandmother Viola
Breuer made my dress and all the bridesmaid's dresses.  There was a big write
up about it in the Press Record