Mrs M F Manning and F J Manning

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Mrs M F Manning and F J Manning - Revise Of Woman's Club At Wood I sions of the...
Revise Of Woman's Club At Wood I sions of the by-laws as reeom- mended by a special committee headed by Miss Martha Walker were his accepted by the Wood River Worn- an's Club Tuesday night. During its business session the club also named delegates and al- ternates for the state and district conventions of the Federation of woman's Clubs. ^^ t state delegate is the president, Mrs Rug^n Durham, and her al- ternates was Mrs. Herman Schip- perSj vlce president. The delegates to tne District convention at Gree'h- vllle ^ composed of Mrs. Durham, Mrs p Sc hi e iper, Mrs. Charles larceny Is one. I trial h<> was chare- trial he was cnarg | ed with only receiving stolen prop- er Followlng a motion to quash the Indictment, filed by his attorney, and over-ruled, selection of the Juty proceeded, and late Tuesday the hearirig t>f evidence began. State's Attorney Geers said in his ObtlliC o /itwiMCV vretio CK»IU ut i»w i opening argument that he planned toshow Brummer had had in his possession a car stolen from Mrs. Nona Hunt of the Tri-Cities neigh- borhood, and that numbers on the car had been tampered with. , of the are of Vaughn, Mrs. M. F. Manning and Mrs. Ralph Volz. Mrs. W. I. Jolley, Mrs. Ernest Giehl, Mrs. J. Hubbard, Mrs. Fenton Sollday, and Mrs. J. F. Traband were named alternates. It was announced that the annual club banquet would be held at the Alton Y. W. C. A. May 24. Mrs. S. Langner, Mrs. G. L. McKinney, and Mrs. Eldon Vaughn were received received as new members. A playlet emphasizing health precautions precautions was presented by pupils of grade 4A of Lincoln school under the direction of Stanley Harris, principal. Announcement that the Woman's Club would sponsor a card party, which pinochle, bridge, five hundred, and bunco will be played, at East Alton-Wood River Community High School tonight for the club's benefit benefit was made. In his prevlou- trial Brummer set up as his defense the argument that he was a deputy sheriff in Macoupin county, and had had the car in his possession pending return to its owner. John Hind Funeral Rites at Wood River Funeral rites were held at the Marks and Weber funeral home In Jolley Heads Wood River Club WOOD RIVER, April 26.—W. I. Jolley was elected president of the Wood River Rotary Club by the board of directors Tuesday night. He succeeds Herbert Paton in the office. Paton will continue as a member of the board. Jolley formerly formerly was vice president. Netf' vice president < elected last night was Dr. J. E. Mahoney. L C. Wlese was elected treasurer, and Francis J. Manning was ; elected secretary. Other directors are rod, E. V. Giehl, T. E. P. M. Har- Eggman Leonard Altman and H. S. Kahney

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 26 Apr 1933, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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