Ina Fletcher 2/24/27 Teacher Box Luncheon Solo

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Ina Fletcher 2/24/27 Teacher Box Luncheon Solo  - FEBRUARY 24. 1927 I C I Arline Haddick' Piano...
FEBRUARY 24. 1927 I C I Arline Haddick' Piano Duet, Selected | Play; "Too Much Borrowing" ' I 3rd and 4th Grades "The Celebration Song, "Long, Long Ago". her afternoon. five and city Vera Thomas, i School Children '! Reading, "A Poor Old Maid" -^ second; Mrs, Elmer | Miss Xeva B u l l o c k Nichols, third; Mrs. Amos Bonham, | Piano Solo, fourth; Wm. Paul, fifth; and Joe Moore the consolation prize. Funeral services were held Friday j Widow/: Miss E d i t h SHva for Mrs. Alvlna Hartwig aged' 67 | years 7 months and 11 days who died | at the home of her daughter Mrs. ] Jos. Saner in Highland Place. The ! "Shepherds All and : e d $50 Maiden Fair". . Miss Ina Fletcher Reading; "The Black Blue Grass , I servlces were held from ( ,, e Sauer Theo. I nome to tne EvaDge , ical c h u r c h l n I Caseyville with burial in the Casey- ceme tery St. hundred five W. Mrs. given Edwards, Mrs. afternoon. delightful box Evangelical lectures. it at Dea- Must I Continue to Suffer the Unbearable Itching? Are you one of those unfortunates who are going through life sullering with a skin disease, making you uncomfortable, uncomfortable, making you less efficient interfering with your working hours, ruining your sleep? You may have tried many things without relief. Why not try S.S.S.t For more than 100 years It has been giving relief in many forms of skin disease. Thousands of letters of gratitude prove. Its worth. "I feel so happy for what S. S. S. has done for me that I want others know about It. I suffered twenty long years from eczema. At times the itch- V. Genetti who was badly injured in the Lumaghi mine last week is doing very nicely at the present time at the St. Marys' hospital in East St. Louts. flilcnorbiMrs. The Orphans club held its regular meeting with Miss Mary Aune Meyer. Meyer. The various numbers on the program program were taken from the Opera "Sweethearts" and was as follows: Story of the Opera "Sweethearts" . . Mrs. Robt. Tunnel Opening Chorus of the Opera . . . . Miss Aleta Kluge Vocal Solo "The Ivy and the Oak" . . Mrs. Carrie T7ong Vocal Solo, "Mother Goose," Mrs. Mabel Echols Vocal Trio "The Pilgrim's Chorus," Mrs. Carrie Long, Mrs. Mabel Echols, Echols, Mrs. Clara Heuer. Vocal Solo "Will You Remember Me?" Miss Meta Krug Miss Mary Combs entertained the j M. M. Girls at the Episcopal church basement Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in playing, , . __-. , _, "Hearts" and prizes were given to CnmeS With a Miss Hazel Combs, first; Miss R u b y , Conway, second; Miss Mildred Combs third; Mrs. Wm. Guenther the consolation. consolation. Mrs. Barret Kneedler was a guest of the evening. The meeting closed with a lunch. Miss Minnie Reinsch has returned to New York after spending several months with relatives here, A box social and entertainment will be given Wednesday evening at IS THERE RELIEF SKIN I c in HAPGOODS Sturdy Well Built Ma- $32.45 to $46.50 , the Lanham school. The program has died The then [ been arranged partly by the Parent- Teachers Association and Is as follows: follows: Address of Welcome Miss Ida Mashek Two and Two are Four I · · Norma Howard "Boy's R i g h t " . . . . Merrill Haddick , Play; "Going Shopping" ,. j Pupils of the 3rd and 4th Grades ! Song "When I Play" School Children ' "The First Snow Fall" I Howard Triplets ' Write for complete convenient come in and our display rooms HAPGOOD Mail Order Merchants ALTON, Read the advertisement pleas- ; Heading "The Reason Why" on

Clipped from The Edwardsville Intelligencer24 Feb 1927, ThuPage 7

The Edwardsville Intelligencer (Edwardsville, Illinois)24 Feb 1927, ThuPage 7
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