Mr & Mrs Francis Manning. Lockhaven
Lockliaven Dane* Attract* ^,^ ciljr The semi-formal dance held I" Lockhaven Country Club last night attracted a c a p a o 11 y crowd of some 135 couples, who danced to the music of Charlie Splvak's orchestra from 9 a o'clock until 1 o'clock in the morning. Members of the club's Social committee, under the chairmanship of Mr. and Mrs. D. J, Knowles, pronounced this second dance of the season as even more successful than the one stbged in October. The popularity of the earlier dance encouraged social committee members to plan another as soon as a name band could be obtained. Although the event was arranged on short notice, a few club members entertained with pre-dance parties and several groups dined together at the club prior to the dance. Tumblesons* Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tumbleson, 558 Sullivan Dr., Rosewood Heights, were hosts in their home at a cocktail party. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Noonan of Springfield, 111., guests at the dance of Mr. and Mrs. Tumbleson, Dr. and Mrs. Melvin T. Pennell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nimmons, all of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Trowbridge of Godfrey, and Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Walston of Rosewood Heights. Mannings Host* Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Manning, 282 Ninth St., Wood River, entertained eight couples with cocktails in their home before the dance. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Skaggs, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Norl Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Halpin, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Helmkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Mathan Handle, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lindsley.