Fun Facts of 1946
In 1946 Vogel Sheet Metal & Heating is established!
October 15th, 1946- St. Louis Cardinals beat Boston Red Sox in the 43rd World Series. It was the Cardinals manager, Edwin Dyer, first year managing the Cards.
June 17th, 1946- The first mobile telephone call was made in St. Louis, MO.
April 20th, 1946- The St. Louis Cardinals were televised in the first baseball broadcast in Chicago.
1946-The now St. Louis Rams became known as the Los Angeles Rams after the club moved to Los Angeles, California,
1946- The St. Louis Bombers, an NBA Team based in St. Louis, was founded.
June 2nd, 1946 – The City of Saint Louis, a Union Pacific train, made its debut in St. Louis
August 11, 1946- Marilyn Vos Savant, a writer with one of the world’s highest IQ of 228, was born in St. Louis, MO.
1946- County Hospital established the first polio treatment center in the St. Louis area.
1946- The second phase of the historic Coral Courts Motel was built, which included 46 rooms.