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Dainty Mario Bio - JUNE 0. 1922. s^ Ente-rtainmeats, Social and...
JUNE 0. 1922. s^ Ente-rtainmeats, Social and Meetings and oBtern pinner for Major and Mra, Jacobs. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Ellison will give dinner tonight at the Hock Spring rnuntry Club, honoring Major v rB jamod R. Jacobs of tho Wo Military Academy, union Auxiliary to Hold A Business Meeting. The American Legion Auxiliary ,111 meet Monday evening for the regular regular bers business session of the menv Tho meeting will bo held at , be i. O. O. F. Hall. —+ ,. Sale 8'Murday by Y. W. C. members of tho Young Women's: of the First Methodist Church will hold a Rummage Sale at 828 East Broadway. Saturday, commencing at ,jj|no o'clock. Early . this week th« •women held a sale at the Noble home on Hiinney Avenue, clearing $50. Club With Mrs. Harold Prultt. Mrs. Harold Prultt of East Alton ff as hostess yesterday to tho Thursday Thursday Pinochle Club. Mrs. C. H. Hale, Mrs. Henry Hoehn and Mrs. Otis Sullivan Sullivan received the club favors. Mrs. ] Prultt. served light refreshments to her guests. The club has disbanded for the summer. G. R. Club Entertained. The G. R. Circle was entertained on Thursday by Mrs. Harry C. Miller of Alton street, the guests spending a pleasant afternoon with their hostess. Oames were played and other amusements amusements enjoyed. Delicious refreshments refreshments were served at 4 o'clock ana pach guest was presented with a favor. favor. Mrs. .Tohn Wood of Upper Alton will entertain the club on the thirteenth of July. Dinner for Miss Leila Rodger*. Mr. and Mrs, Harry C. Sackett gave a dinner party last evening In honor of Mrs. Sackett's cousin, .Miss Leila Ilodgers, of San Francisco, Calif. Another Another honored guest was Miss Loretta Loretta Dooley of St. Louis, who accompanied accompanied Miss Rodgers from California on a visit. Covers were arranged for twelve guests. Shasta daisies were used In carrying out the decorative scheme. Dinner was served at 1 o'clock. Luncheon-Bridge at Country Club. Mrs. J. B. Green and Mrs. L. A. Schlafly gave a luncheon-bridge on Thursday at Rock Spring Country Club TV Club house was decorated •^ throughout, lovely Dorothy • roses being used to good advantage. Twelve tables were occupied by the luncheon guests. Following luncheon cards were played played for several hours and the women receiving favors were Miss Tilton \Vead, Mrs. E. 'H. Beall, Mrs. John Pfciffenberger and Mrs. Lucien Baker. Dance Closes W. M. A. Commencement Week Program. The drill hall of the Western Military Military Academy presented a pretty light last evening when the annual commencement ball was given by the Officers and cadets. Eight hundred *ere in attendance. The hall was dec- Orated very tastefully in purple and gold, under the direction of Mrs. F. A. Garetson, daughter of Col. and young but she has educated herself and In a most charming person to converse with, She is offering her son nil thp advantages which she fanea to receive when she wnn n child. She was married when very young and was left a widow when her child was a more Infant. 8. 8. Teachers to Have Plcnlo Tho Sunday School teachers ot tho Congregational Church will enjoy n picnic supper this evening in tho bnsomont of the Congregation church C. E. Society to Hold Meeting Tho Christian Endeavor Society of tho Congregation Church will hold a business meeting this evening at eight o'clock at the church. Miss Harriet Rumsey to Graduate Mrs. F. J. Wise and Mrs. Havey Rumsey will go to Champaign Friday to attend the graduation exercises at These by the "Paradise By Associated CHICAGO. Jackman. tho Illinois University. Miss Harriet Humsey, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Uumsey, is a member of this year's class. Miss Rumsey plans to return to Illinois next year to take a post graduate course. Miss Magulre Serves ns Bridesmaid Bridesmaid at Kretzer-Fnhey Wedding Miss Leona Maguire has returned from St. Louis where she went to and leader excited cade with after has minded by In 190fi, Jackman's they removed (her "ghosts". .lackman Paradise" attend the marriage of Miss Helen j intention of Fahey .to Elmer Kretzer. The wed-1 ciaflln, aged ding took place at the church of the j brother of Most Blessed Sacrament on Klghs-1 Cook and highway and was an important so-j Martin of e.ial event. Miss Maguire served I Dr . ciaflin Miss l-ahey as Bridesmaid and Uohn | 80 i acc with M°. V Milwaukeef ,7 aa ^est Man j he waB di Miss Maguire was attired In French | He ,j ief i two green taffeta, changable to gold, with a Leghorn hat. Miss Maguire has frequently entertained entertained Miss Fahey. Miss Fahev has many Alton friends who will be Interested to learn of her wedding. PERSONALS set by Mrs. The petition ment of a Shephardess" brother, David NJew CAMP Combrink. Among those from out of town at- tending the graduation exercises of| on the fl ,„ Western Military Academy were: day at Camp on landing ,,,..„ i Lieut. Mr nnrl Mrs Orin TnnlHno inH ^niitrli-' * A i? AT- r, it «« daug , lot the LP1* A M Pi IP All "*" TJP 11 n \\MYI PTYin n n n n ! i, .B. lui^., utiid. vMiie.uun »"«j p ii o ted the escaped 111., and Miss Alice Hester Grit'fetb of Chicago, Mrs. Harry Neeley Oklahoma City, Okla., 'Mrs. C. of L. bruises. The plane Stubbs of Blodgett, Mo., and mother', i flghti "? Mrs. S. C. Watts, of Farmtngton, Mo., Miss Irma Watkins and Mrs. G. L. McNaught of Virden, 111., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Irish and daughter, -Mary, of Lincoln, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burghetm and daughter, M.irlam, of Stiltwater, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Browning, Mrs. S. R. Johnson and daughters, Adeline and Marion, Divernon, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ernest Berger and daughter, Miss Yvonne, of tfivernon, 111. armistice. are being by a Seattle company. f Want By Associated of i and one crete Antioch the Sate Miss Elsie Johnlsee of Madison avenue went to Jerseyville this morning morning to spend the week end visiting A. ijareison, aaugiuer m v._u, ««• with her pare nts, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mr R . George D. Eaton. The drill hall, ft .T n hr,i SPP \and the grounds surrounding were i 'lighted with Japanese lanterns. | OVIusic was'furnished by the orches-1 ward Johnisee. Mrs. R. E. Thorn and daughter, El- Mae, and son, Robert Edwin, Jr.. . from the Sunset Club in St. Loui S . arrived th IB morn.ng rorn their home Moonlight dances were featured dur- Inp; the evening. Roses were used on tho refreshment table. The guests danced until 12 o'clock. The grand march was led by members of the W. M. A. faculty and their wives. Miss Chappell Honored in Dallas, Tex., to visit indefinitely at the home of Mrs. Leslie near Alton. Mrs. Thorn will Stotts, be remembered remembered as Miss Elsie Waterman, who formerly resided here. Mrs. Belle Slaten of Chautauqua called here this morning enroute to Clayton, Mo., where she will visit her With Linen Show e r. daughter, Mrs. Roger Barton, for n VV I III k.HlG'1 QIIVTVII " Miss Verna Andrews of Bluff Street week - This strip of state section six June 19, widening tioch will Antioch. state work the same very delightfully entertained last evening evening in honor of Miss Mildred Chappell, Chappell, whoso marriage to Avcha Trabue will take place on Saturday of next week. The guests included a number number of friends who have worked with Miss Chappel at the First Methodist Church. As the evening progressed Miss Chappell was called to the door I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shepard and two children of Mason City, 111., ary visiting at the home of the former's brother-in-law, Arthur Dorman, In Godfrey. Lucy Maher of Godfrey was a business business visitor here today. Miss Wuvia Bower of Decatur is visiting her brother, J. W. Bower, of 614 Alby street. MELVILLE NEWS and was presented with a large ana prettily decorated basket by Virginia Mlllf-r. The basket contained a large number of handsome pieces of linen. niirinp the evening Miss Andrews, Dieted by her mother, Mrs. T. A. An- M , RS UJa Howard ot Greenfield has drcws. served refreshments. | boon employed to teach the next A number of other parties will be | Sl -. nO ol term at the Melville School. Riven for Miss Chappell during the j j. ;ao taught in tho Community High nw few days. Mrs. Chesley McKee school in Greenfield last year entertain the Epworth League on Hi" First Methodist Church tonight and on Saturday night the Choir wTH bf entertained at the home of Miss 1 Starkey. Mrs. A. McGuigpan *•!!! be hostesH to members of the Class Monday night, hon orlnc f'-B Chappel. Miss Clwppel luis ta't\^ .lost active interest in "!'• life of the Methodist Church, be- in? one of the leaders. W ' M .A. Cadet Ent«r- tains Famous Mother. Mrs. Marie Meeker, accompanied by her son, Carl H. Meek"r, who wus Graduated from Western Mi'ltary Aoarinniy Thursday, left this morning fr " Indianapolis, driving through. Meeker will return to the W. M. A. next year to take up a post graduate He spent the past four years Western and is one of the school's <'ft popular men. •Mis. Meeker IB a remarkable little "in.'ui, being a trapeze performer. fias her own company and workort ;iigh an Orphcum Circuit. While '" Alton she was the guest of Col. and '>•-" (.eorge D. Eaton. She is billed 11 Hie Orpheum programs as "Tiny i-lti." Mrs. Meeker has houses In Califor- lii nnd New York. She IB a great " lf -'"l to the boys at Western and IF •onsinuuy sending treats to the en turri school. Misfortune deprived the HMJo wo lan of an education when sho was Miss Leona Kettehvell is the only graduate from tho Melville Eighth Grade this year. Those from the t-iummertield School were as follows, Anna Goodyear Edna Green, Mildred Maupin, Edward Ackerman, Bernard Rickmann and August Bachmann. They .received their diplomas in Ed- wardsvllle Saturday. Miss Andrews of Bluff street in Alton Alton will teach the Summorfield school this fall. • i Mrs. Mary Wilken has returned to ! her home in St. Louis after visiting for a . week with her sister Mrs. L. Goodyear. Mrs. Dan Schneider and two children children of Worden, 111., ils visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ackerman on tho Grafton Road. William Brinkman and Wlll'am Gradolph ar e busily engaged today in dragging the roads Rickenbacker At Chicago in Flight Rv Associated Press. CHICAGO, June 0— Eddie Rickenbacker Rickenbacker reached her e at 7 a. m., in his round tho country flight and left an hour and a half later for Omaha, which he expected to reach at 1:30 p. in. The complete journey, In which he expects to v'slt more than sixty of tho country's largest cities Is planned planned to last at least eight weeks,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 09 Jun 1922, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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