Mrs M Manning, F Manning, Mrs N Wilson

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Mrs M Manning, F Manning, Mrs N Wilson - ' Music and Magic An entertainment of unusual...
' Music and Magic An entertainment of unusual merit will be given at Caraton's Pavilion Tuesday night, 8 o'clock In the Interest of the expenses of the meeting just closed. The magic will be provided by Prof. Southwick who Is a magiciuan of note having shown In the largest theaters of the country. The music will be under the direction ot Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clare Harding. Reasonable prices, 35c for adults and 20c for children. Tickets may be obtained at the Pavilion. Madison County Farmers Instlute The premium committee met Friday afternoon at the Harnett-Eggmanu Realty office and drafted a list of prizes that will be awarded to the best display in farm produce and household arts. The list Is a very good one and the prizes are certainly worth while. There should be a large number of entries In all Unas. After the premium list Is approved by the local committee it will be published. Those out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cult, Rethalto, Wm. Burroughs and Mr. Landron of Edwardsvllle. Garage Destroyed at Wood River Sunday afternoon at about 4 o'clock! the garage i\ the Ludwig home on Act on avenue burst Into flames. Mrs D. Htarkey who was sitting on her front porch on Lorena avenue noticed the blaze and turned in the alarm. Tns lire department responded and soon had the flames out. An old car which was in the garage was destoyed as was oh garage. Severol adjoinng sheds wore damaged by the blaze. Mary Sankowlts Injured Mary Sankowits while walking with three girls on the State Aid Hoad Sunday was hit by a speeder and severely bruised and scratched. The young ladles were.walking along the road between Hartford and West Wood Uiver when a St. Louis car came speeding by and run up on the curb and hit Miss Sankowlts. The speeder attempted to get away but bis nunv her was taken and ho was captured by other machines. Francis Manning to Graduate Mrs. N. E. Wilson of Whiting, Infl., is here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Manning of Maplewood. Mrs. Manning came here to attend the graduation exercises of her nephew, Francis Manning who will graduate from the St. Louis University on Saturday. Francis has earned the degree of L. L. D. and Is to be highly complimented as he will not reach his 21st birthday until July. He Intends to attend the Chicago University In the Fall. Several friends from Wood River will attend the graduation In St Louis, Saturday. Mrs. Manning has been suffering from a badly burned ankle but is Improving and hopes to be able to go to St. Louis to witness the graduation of her son. Evangelical Church Basket Picnic All arrangements are now complete for the big basket picnic to be given by the Evangelical church next Sunday. The picnic will start at three o'clock at Fox's Grove and everyone is invited. There will be refreshments music, games, races, for all. J. O. A. M. In Parade The Junior Order of Mechanics of Wood River joined the Councils of East Alton and Bethalto and participated in the Decoration Day parade In Upper Alton yesterday morning and at Alton yesterday afternoon- Base Ball Game The Poag Tigers played the IMtchell team Sunday. The game was won by the Tigers with a score of 13 to 9 ana was witnesses by quite a few Wood- Riverlttes. Miss Ida Hooper Improving 'Miss Ida Hooper, bookkeeper for the O'Neill store, who was operated on at St. Joseph's hospital a few days ago,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 31 May 1921, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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