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M F Manning - News Michigan and Canada, and also a stop-off...
News Michigan and Canada, and also a stop-off at, the Chicago exposition have returned. Delightfully cool weather and an enjoyable trip, they report. Miss Elsie Spriggs of St. Louis Jis spending .several days with Miss Cecelia Melton at her home on State street. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown o! Hawthorne Place have left for a two-week tour. Canada, Montreal. Niagara Falls and other points of Interest being included in their itinerary. Mr. and Mrs. Merland Lagemann have returned to East St. Louis after a several days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lagemann, of West Delmar avenue. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Green of State street and their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. aPrker Pope, of Kane, have moved to Champaign, where they will make their home. Bids Called on Annex Wing for Wood River High WOOD RIVER, Aug. 21, (Special) —^Stadtmann of the East Alton- Wood River Community High School stated that the board of education was advertising for bids on construction of the new east wing to the building. Bids are to be opened Sept. 5 on the project, cost of which is estimated at $60. The board has been given an $18,400 grant by the PWA, and Is financing the remainder of the cost with accumulated saving. Miss Marks to Wed. Miss Aileen Marks left this morning for Houston, Tex., where, the latter part of this week she will become the bride of C. L. Marshall, who Is employed there. On her journey to Texas Miss Marks will stop off at Texarkana, Tex., with her sister, Mra. Robert Ferguson. Group Holds Picnic. A group of young people, composed of Miss Marcella Shaw, Miss Mary M, Logsdon, Miss Marcellne Harvlck, Miss Delphlne Bennett, Miss Opal Gibbons, Miss Mary E. Apple, Miss Jessie Apple, MlSE Idella [jogsdon, Miss Oessie Harner, Henry Owens, Oscar Trousdale, Jerry Durre, Gerald Stevens, Lloyd Dur:e, Maurice Scott, B. Logsdon, Dale Hayes, and Willard Gibbons mot>red to Roodhouse Sunday where they held a picnic outing at the park there, Wood River Note*. WOOD RIVER.—Mrs. -Randall vleyer of Prospect street is enter- «.lning her sister and her children from Benton, Ill.j A card to friends here stated that Mrs. Phoebe Goldberg and her brother, Sam Cohen, who were tour- Ing the East had arrived In New York. Miss Katheryn Troyan is away from her duties on two-week vacation. Miss Irene Prey spent the weekend at Niagara Falls, N. Y. . Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Vaughn of Second street, spent Sunday with Vaughn's mother, Mrs, Charles Vaughn, on the Bethalto road. Miss Eileen Howard of dprlng- leld spent the week-end with her amlly here. Slie was accompanied ack by Miss E. Knowlson of East Alton, who will visit Miss Howard everal days. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Eubanks and aughtcrs, Frances and Vivian, have eturned from a vacation trip in Denver. They were accompanied by rtrs. Henry Shade and children of •1. Iiouis. Charles Hazzard of Joplin, Mo., pent Sunday with Mrs. A. Howard and family. Miss Pauline Harris of Carbon- ale is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edion Wnkeibrd on Wood River ave- ue. Mrs. Alfred Wakeford is visit- ng her daughter in Suth Ste Marie, rtlch. Miss Lou Nelle Miller has return- d Sunday from a week's visit at Chicago. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hockinghomer and Joseph Rhoades and Miss Miller attended the Municipal Opera in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Brooks of Phillipsburg, N. J., are the uiiesu'. of Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Brown. Brooks is Mrs. Brown's brother. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Wilson of Whiting, ind., are the gia'.st.s of Mrs. M. F. Manning. *"r. and Mrs, Manning and their guests are leaving this week on a trip to the Ozarks. Mrs. Wilson is Mr*. Manning's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hays have returned from Palmyra following the burial of Hays' father, Willis Hays 77. who dli-d last week In Alton and was burled in Scottvllle near Palmyra. Mrs. William Marrs and Mrt>, John Wilson attended the funeral of Z. D. Bell In Grafton, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Plnckney Fry and Mr. nnd Mrs. F. V. Mutz, attended the homecoming in Highland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Frenz visited Sunday with Mrs. Frenz's L. Klrkpatrlck, at mother. Mrs. Winchester. Mrs. Laura Durham of 16 West Lorena avenue left for Cincinnati last week-end to visit a daughter. Mrs. Will Condon. From there she went to Dayton. Ohio to meet another son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klncnid. and accompanied them to Toronto, Canada where she is now visiting. Mrs. Denver Hubbs and daughter, Joetta, Maurice Hubbs, and Mrs. Ida Hubbs spent the weekend In Pearl with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber visited Sunday with Mrs. Huber's sister, Mrs. Robert Span, in Hartford, who is recovering from an infection In her hands. Mr. and Mrs. Homor Morrison and son, have returned from a vacation in Tennessee. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Baptist Church will hold a business meeting Sept. S. Hardin Postoff ice In New Location HARDIN, Aug. 31,—(Special.)-* The postoffice at, Hardin has been removed to the Pike County Telephone Co. building from the former location in the Fisher building, where it has been for the past several years. The new location is on State Route 38 in the business district. New fixtures and equipment have been placed in the new quarter* prepared for the accommodation of the postoffice business. The office opened for business in new quarters Monday morning. Twelve in Solitary For Riot at Pontiac PONTIAC, 111., Aug. 31, OP)— Twelve prisoners were In solitary confinement today as a result of the riot which took one life Saturday and caused $60,000 damage to the reformatory here. Warden C. H. Lewis announced that an investigation of the mutiny levealed it as an escape attempt which had involved' probably 25 inmates of the prison which houses convicted felons. "We shall continue our Investigation," Lewis said, "and when it is completed drastic action will be taken against the guilty." Workmen started clearing away the debris of the ruined print shop, completely wrecked by the fire Which convicts set when guards neared their barricade during the rioting. Two prisoners seriously wounded n shooting that quelled the dis- ;urbance will probably recover, and 10 who received minor wounds were reported as much improved. Masked Banditi Get $800 CHICAGO, Aug. 21 OP)—Masking heir faces with handkerchiefs, five men robbed two ticket agents of 800 early today in the Chicago moor coach terminal, 1157 South Wabash avenue, menaced 75 person! I'ith shotguns, and fled in an eat' hange of shots. "If Kelps Me!" ng vt, 1 That's what 98 on* of 100 women say after taking tnir medicine. It quiets quiveri nerves, gives ofaem strength before Mid childbirth, tides Aero ow Change of Life . ; : makes life seem worth living again. LYDIA E. PINKNAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUNfl

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 21 Aug 1934, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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