Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - ^ ALTON SEEKING TELEGRAPH, <••»! •> WOOD RIVER...
^ ALTON SEEKING TELEGRAPH, <••»! •> WOOD RIVER ; Welcome Home Reception. A welcome homo reception for our returned' soldier hoys ot Wood River, 111,, will be given by the Comfort Kit club, Woman's club and citizens ot Wood River on Thursday "evening, August 7th. It will be In the form of a block party and Mayor S, A. eB will have the following streets closed for the evening, Whlt,aw avenue from Lorena to Ferguson avenue and Fer guson avenue from Wood River ave nue to First street. There will be an address ot welcome by Mayor 8. A Beach followed by a speech by the Ity Attorney, Thomas Williamson The following committees have beei appointed':—Arrangements, the exe cutlve board of tho Comfort kit club and the Woman's club; Decoration, A 0. BurWtt, C. H; James and Herman Wuesenfeld; Music and Dancing, Win iaeheldor, Otto Hoffman and J. W Morgan; Printing, Miss Eva Everso and A. Cr. Burnett; Reception, M&yo 3each, aldermen, each and ever f AY» AUGUST 1, 1919. msmber of Woman's clubj Refreshment*, the Comfort Kit club, Mrs. B*. . Qalnor, Wm. Bacheldor, H. H. Clark, M. P. Manning, P. Bangert, Chas. Volz, L. K. Marian, N. Oolbel, J. Green, Georee McCullom, M. Hendy, S. Let- flor, L. A. Getting, J. Btoncham, A. G. Friederich, Prank Antuony, Charles Amberg, G. P. Waggoner, Floyd Waggoner, Carl Fox and George Gillliam. Woman's club members as follows:— Mesdames J. T. Smith, It. Earntst, E. Hannold, W. B. Barton, H. C. Tullle. J. Mfllony, C. M. Smith, W, D, Solldny, Herbert Pox, P. Mutz, J. Rankln, P I,amlre, P. Hendrickson, W. Halton Ro>-mond Buck, O. P. Nagel, Otto Huffman, Louis Hoffman, J. Chessen Anna Carstein, C. Thurmftti. The Soliciting committee are Mesdames W. Pox, Mrs. R. Buck, A. Herr, W. Soliday, P. Landre, B. Ratz, J. Mooney. ' Miss Anna Willie, of the Mutz-KleIn grocery store is on the nick list. Mrs. H. C. Tittle, of Ferguson avenue, is entertaining her sister, J. J. Maypole and her son and daughter from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. August Cruse, thoir daughter and two sons, who have been in Okawvllle the past three weeks visited today wtth thelf son,j Fred Cruse, onroute to thoir homo la Jersoyvilla. Misses Edna and Nina Murphy, who ve be«n visiting relatives In Alton the past week have returned home. Mrs. H. C. Tittle will entertain a parly of young people tonight In honor ot her neice, Miss Harriet Maypole and nephew, A. Maypole, of. Chicago. P M. Bullock, of Chicago, who will be the principal of tho Community High school, has chosen East Alton In selecting a place Co open the school September 3rd. It will be In the new school house which Iho Bast Alton people built recently. Several teachers will be needed. The new '.Community High school will not be 1 completed before January, 1B20. Mrs. A. G. Burnett is on the sick list. Mrs. O. P. Nagel and Mrs. Joe Lonie were Alton visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sldo and 1 daughter, of Jerseyvllle, spent the evening with Mrs. E. G. Werner i Thursday cvonlng. j Herb Payton leaves for Canada, to ; day, alter a two week's visit will Wood River friends. The little four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wier had his arm caught in a door yesterday. In some way,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 01 Aug 1919, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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