Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - 7 RIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1920 Wood River •*y...
7 RIDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1920 Wood River •*y Surprise Mm. lacker Society of the Kant Alt.m church surprised Mrs. A. P. >jc.ker of 61 Margaret avenue In hon- r of her thlrty-slxth wedding annl- •ersary yesterday afternoon. A jrroup t tho Kast Alton women, all mcniberH 'f tho society. Mrs. a. Y. Henry and rn. II. it. Wet-go* of thla city, ut- ndeil tho event. A pleasant social afternoon was *n- loyed nnd Mrs. Becker was presented • lth a IHI-RO cake In honor of the oe alon. Mrs. Heclter Is a member of he Kast Alton Aid society. Tho hon- >reo was assisted In serving by Mr?, laymond Orange. Silver Ten Given by Woman's Club The silver tea Riven yesterday by :he Wood Tllver Woman's club In tho home of Mrs. M. P. Manning of Ninth itreet wns largely attended. Tho Manning home was beautiful with Its decorations of wall flowers with the Kll- arney roses, tho large yellow asters, dahlias, Interwoven and prettily ar •anged with asparagus fern and color •ful autumn leaves, making a lovely •sotting. Pall flowers In a tall vase •graced the center of the table wlier Mrs. Val E. Rcls and Mrs. V. Golnor poured. The other hostesses who served wer? Mesdames Herbert Fox Walter Fox, Ralph Volz, O. L. Olll ham and a. L. McKlnney. Tho program of the afternoon con silted of a short address of thank by Mrs. E. E. Mueller, president o the club, "cello numbers by Mrs. Ben Lewis, vocal selections by Mrs. A. J Du//^r of Alton, vocal duets by Mrs Mrs. Maud Allen, Instru numbers by Mrs. Allen. A! were accompanied by Mra Allen and were pleasingly renderec Old favorites In song numbers wer •ung In unison. The guests visited be ween tho hours of 2;30 and * o'clock. W. C. T. U. Meeting Tonight tho W. C. T. U. will hold meeting with Mrs. Walter Fox In cr homo on tho Edwardnvllle road. 'he meetlnR will open at 8 o'clock nd all ladles nltercstcd In the work re cordially Invited to attend. Auxiliary Meets Tho regular moctlnK of the Auxiliary f tho American L/etTlon was held lost ilt;ht. After tho business wns finished . pleasant social hour was enjoyed nd delightful refreshments were lerved. The regular meeting of the 'ounty council of the American I^e- rlon ntid Auxiliary will l>e held In f, ,'arbon Mondny night. A full atten.l- nice of members Is desired. United Brethren Meetings Nightly at tho United Brethren church, Bible study meeting which If n charge of the pnstor of tho church the Rev. Belden, are meeting with much success. The meetings are be ng hold each night excepting Salur day night. Dinner In Honor of Anniversary M. G. Powell entertained with a six o'clock dinner yesterday at his homo on Acton avenuo In honor of his BOI Kenneth's twentieth birthday ann! versary. Those present were Mr. am Mrs. Herb Powell and daughter Marie Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Palmer and daugh tei-s, Elsie, Helen, Hope, and son John Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Christy, Kenneth Joe and Fred Powell, Mrs. M. B Powell of Alton, mother of Mrs. Mnl colm Powell. The evening wan spen very pleasantly In games and music Bridge Party Last night Miss Myrtle Preusser o Wood River entertained at a brldi;. party In her home. Two tables wen arranged. Those who attended weri the Misses Margaret Bolo, Mildrn. Volr, Velma Earl, Ellen Bolo, Dorothj Bandy and Eleanore Juneau. Aid Society Meets The Aid Society of St. John's Evan •r, Mrs. T. V. Dlyker. Robert Timbers nnd Thomas Monroe f Caneyvllle, left for their home after month's visit with Mr, and Mrs. 'rank li'.doll. Dorothy Fnlkf-nhPlmcr of Hartford, ran tho guest last night of Besslo Ipn.rks. Tnylnr of Wlchltfl, KM.. after several days' visit with rle.nds. Mrs. M. P. Manning and Mrs. G. uker, vent to Ilellcvlllo today to nt- end tho rorslon conference of the end tho rct;!onnl conference of the wcnly-KPcInd nnd twenty-seventh dls- rlrt of AVomrm'.'i Hubs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Vcrnor are spending a week's vacation In Nash- ,>lllo, III. Mrs. Ocnr^e Scrtrcy and Charles Price left thin morning for Evans- vllle, Ind., to nttcnd tho funeral of their nclce. Miss Addle Likens of Rvnnsvlllo. They received word of her death last night. FOH 11I5NT Modern sleeping room. Wood River. Call Bl-R ROXANA Council News Tho regular council meeting was held at the village hall. An ordinance prohibiting pool rooms was passed. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $7,350.49. Resolution n-.-is passed for the cindering of Cvntral avenue. The clt'zens of Ro?:ana are rejolc Ing In the action which the city coun ell took rrg.-ii-ding a pool room for Koxnnn. Tlio petition for It was al most unanimously voted down and an ordinance prohibiting pool rooms was passed. Presbyterian Church Notes Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Morn ing worship 11:00 a. m. Evening wor

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 22 Oct 1926, Fri,
  3. Page 11

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