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F Manning - 25 Years Ago to July 27, 1924 The Rev. Charles...
25 Years Ago to July 27, 1924 The Rev. Charles D. Shumard was given a unanimous call for another year's service by the First Methodist Church at Its quarterly conference. . Plans were being prepared for the rebuilding of the St. Alphonsus Catholic Church at Brighton. The office of the Pfelffenbergers was being searched for the old plans used In the building of the church Irt 1881, and the plans were found, ft had been said that, us near as possible the new.church construction would follow the plans of the old one, which had burned. ' Mrs. Eugene Watson of Washington avenue entertained With a 6 o'clock dinner In observance of the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Miss Edha Watson. Covers were arranged for six. MrS. Harry Neylor entertained In observance of the sixth birthday of her son, Harry. Games were played and Margaret. Palo and Dclbert Pendleton received prizes. Refreshments were served to the guests that Included Marcella Naylor, Vlrgl) Pelot, Delbert Pendleton, Barnard Jones, Billy Rogers, Eugene Naylor, and Helen Naylor, Mrs. J. B, Crlvello and Miss Katherine Barrett had returned home after attending a retreat at Ursullna Academy in Springfield. Miss Emma Guenther, who was an employe ol (he Citizens' National Bank, had resumed her duties at the bank after spending a two-week vacation in the East. Mr. and Mrs! H. A. Wutzler and daughter, Miss Lillian, departed for California, where they planned to reside. W. I. Godwin had sold and delivered to Elmer Rolhaug a brand new classy looking Ford sedan— a four door vehicle. Godwin was a salesman for the Ford Co. The city hall building being erected in Wood River was going tip In % hurry. The brick work of the walls' 1 had "been completed. Contractor Fried- erlch kept a large force of men working on the Interior of the lower, floors. Mrs. James K. Toweny of Wood River entertained for her nephew, Carl McKnlght, who was planning to leave for California, where he expected to enter the University at Berkeley. Guests included Miss Dorothy McKnlght, Miss Susan Kechne, Miss Maude Cole, Miss Doris Latowsky, Miss Elizabeth Parks, Miss Catherine Beach, Miss Mildred Geltz of Alton; Miss Clara Hays of Carllnvllle; Messrs. George Mooney, Frank Bell of St. Louis, Howard Getting, Ft Manning and Norman Plnkley of Col- llnsvllle, and James DoOllng. Announcement had been made by friends of the marriage of Lee Temple, a well-known Alton young a

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 27 Jul 1949, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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