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Mrs Anna Manning - fcLTON Wood River Women Will Mark 20th...
fcLTON Wood River Women Will Mark 20th Anniversary WOOD RIVER, March 28—The Wood Rivor Woman'* Club will ob- ^rvo its twentieth anniversary at "the home of Mrs. M. F. Manning Tuesday afternoon, in the same rooms where Mrs. fanning, "mother of the club," perfected its organization. Tea will be served from 3 until 5 o'clock. ; Charter members besides Mrs. i Manning were Mrs. Robert Parks. A. K. Whlteiaw. Mrs. S. A. Beach. Mrs. J. B. Carringer, Mra. J. F. McCredie, Mrs. George Gun„.••«<•« nl*on. Mrs. W. H. Bacheldor. Mrs. Otto Hoffmann, Mr*. C. A. James. i Mrg 0 L oillham. Mrs. George Herr, Mrs. Margaret Haller. Mrs. J. K. Towey, Mrs. F. J. Gainer, MH. George Buck, Mrs. C. H. James, and Mrs. E. E. Endicott. Others who Joined during the first year were Miss Pearl Aikcn, Mrs. Margaret Baker,. Mrs. W. E. Barton. Mrs. Frank Berry, Miss Lottie Voree. Mrs. H. Carstens, Mrs. J. H. Chessen, Mrs. Walter Fox. Mrs. John Prick, Mrs. H. E. Paton, Mrs. J. C. Helper. Mrs. William McHenry. Miss Sophie Lynch. Mrs. Rose O'NelJ, Mrs. Harry Paul, Mrs. Fred Penning, Mrs. E. Put/e, Mrs. O. Rankln, Miss Minnie Sand, Mrs. S. G. Shoemaker, Mrs. C. M. Smith, Mrs. H. P. Stocckel. Mrs. C. H. Vaughn, Mrs. Charles Volz. Mrs. N P. Jessup, Miss Fannie Whalen, ored the public library here, it promoted the planting of tree-' iroughout the city, and in the pio- eer days of Wood River co-oper- ted with the City Council in the pbuildlng and beautifying of the win be "visitors 1 ni*ht." « n<1 . J * u Soys interested In stamp collecting may attend. Joel Hill Buried WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Josle Cole and her brother, Bert Hill, "turned yesterday from Pan* where Thurs- thev attended the funeral of Srother, Joel Hill, M. of -Pan.. MM Cole and her brother left immediately, upon receiving notice of the brother 1 * death. Kill formerly resided In Edwards- vtlle where he and hi* family were former neighbor* of Mr. and Mr». Otto Nagel. Wood River Notes WOOD RIVER—Mrs. William T. Smith of Edwardsvllle and d«ugh- ter, Camilla, and Mrs. U W. Schmidt and daughters, Patsyand Nancy of Carllnvllle, spent Friday with Mr*. George McCullom and Mrs James Phelan. Mr«. W. A. Fulton entertained the Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church at her home on First street on Wednesday. Mr*. Omar Lyon reviewed the "Life of Kagawa," and Mrs. Luella Darling led the devotional*. The Royal Neighbor* gave a potluck supper and bunco party Fri- d! Mr n and Mrs. Roy Llbovitz of St. Louis visited relatives here Friday, Taste When Show and Miss Emma Wormwood. .. - _. T» 00 * rtt . T a The Woman's Club first spon- ' Wood River Faster 18 Placed in Quarantine Ity. Relief of underprlvilcdged was arrlcd on by the club under Mrs. (tanning's direction through the /elfare committee of the club dur- ng the first two years of the de- rcsslon. During the Influenza epidemic of he World War the club cared for 6 patients In it* own hospital. Two of the club women assisted the nurses In the hospital at that me. The club received statewide recog- itlon for its leadership In the led Cross drive. It was one of the first organiza- lons to sponsor a drive for the anitarium at Edwardsvllle, and has inanced the placing of a number of adults and children In the hospitals nd sanitarium. The club still holds to the same motto which It adopted at the time f Its organization, "Our Aim is o Maintain an Organized Center f Thought and to Promote Mu- ual Helpfulness Among Women." The club has grown to a mem- ershlp of 137 active and seven onorary members. The hostesses who will assist Mrs. banning at Tuesday's tea arc Mrs. V. Oiehl, Mrs. O. G. Tlpton, s. P. W. Bauer, Mrs. Fred Berry, Ars. B. M. Harrod, Mrs. J. A. Hubard, Mrs. Russell Durham, Mrs. C. Stadtman, Mrs. R. L. Hol, Mrs. J. B. Foreman, Mrs. Otis Holmes, and Mrs. Ralph J. Volz. WOOD RIVER, March 28.—After suffering for nearly a week with what was thought to have been a cold, and attending school part ol the tune, Joy, 8, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Norman L. Wolff, was found to have scarlet fever when a physician was consulted, Friday. The girl was removed to St. Anthony's Infirmary, Alton, and the Wolff residence was placed under partial quarantine, from which It can be released in a week unless other cases appear. ' . Meanwhile the Rev. Wolff a pulpit in the Lutheran Church here will be occupied Sunday by the Rev. Klmer Fedderson of Alton, at Sunday services, and the examination of the cateclrtimens' class will be postponed until Palm Sunday when the member* will be confirmed, as well. _ In the family, besides the Rev. Wolff are two other children, Norman, 11, and Gloria, 4. On thl» typical of city and according architectural considered re-designed use of a architectural can be with a Some these two may build a obvious. For unnecessarily roof pudgy, represent to secure Because of beautiful. appearance, have been refinement No. 2 add purposes projecting la windows the bay They do space to On the front windows add The increases purpose They feeling No. 3 a vain If the supports, size and work. constructed The unnecessary No. 4. slipping the wide on account to tie the house. No. 5. are pointed roof design the no for Housing Question Box Q.—Steam and water leak out ol the pipes near the radiators where the handle is that you turn. Can you tell me how to fix them? A.—The valves evidently need repacking. This is a Job for the plumber, and it would be inabvis- No 6 able for an amateur to attempt it. example • massive Q.—I have had the floor of my brick watl kitchen painted a tan color, and » tlon snou hows every footstep and spot- masonry

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 28 Mar 1936, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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