Argue Motion on Penning Paving in County Court WOOD RIVER, Mnrch ^--Arguments on the motion or the city ol Wood River to strike out, four OD- jcctlons to the Penning avenue pay- Ing improvement will be heara in County Court at Edwflrd.svlllc Monday, March 10, City At'ornpy Francis Manning announced Monday eve- "rtie motion of the city also requests that the remaining 2.1 objections to the Improvement bn made more specific In order that they may be argued upon, too. Manning desires to put out of the way all possible objections to tne paving project and Is putting them through a process of boiling down. The city of Wood River in endeavoring to press the Improvement through as quickly as possible. It has been threatened recently witn suits for damages resulting from tne- present condition of the street. Harner, Helen Hamilton, "Kathleen Wuestenfcld and Hello Flnney. Other Scouts who took part In the program were Elsie Palmer, Jacqueline McCredle, Margaret Hale, and Eileen Thompson. Mrs. Elmer Payne, lieutenant, and Mrs. Ray Flnney. Anti-Chain Body Wilt Meet at Wood River WOOD RIVER, March 4.—The Madison County Business Men's Association will meet this evening at Trout's Community Store. Mr. Lantz from the Lantz Bakery of St. Louis Is expected to make a talk before the association. 28 at Birthday Party Mrs, Oliver Vernor entertained a group of 28 children Saturday afternoon at her home In honor of her son. Richard, who reached his fifth birthday. Green and while, a St.