Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - week. There will be ft clans of Instruction...
week. There will be ft clans of Instruction from 7 to 8:30 o'cloock, followed by a dance, at which all pupils who wish may stay and dance with those attending the party. The idea promised to be a success and will provide an exceptional opportunity for the people of Wood River to get together for a little social entertainment, which the town needs.' The new, school will be knttwa as the DeLuxe academy. James has conducted a dancing school In Wood" River before and has taught many young people" the art of dancing gracefully. Delegation to Ea«t 8t. Loul« A large number of Wood River club women went to East St. Louis this Corning, to attend a meeting of the Illinois Federation of Women's club, which was presided over by the State president, Mrs. Jessie R. Spafford. The Wood River Woman's club was especially honored by the State meeting, the president of the club, Mrs. Harry Stoeckel, being asked to give a report of the Iwal club activities. Entertained Card Club. Mrs. Oeorgo Gunnlson, of Clark avenue, was hostess yesterday tp the members of tho Wednesday Afternoon Five Hundred club. A pleasant afternoon was spent at cards, and at the conclusion of the gamea played favors were awarded to Mr*. M. F. Manning, Mrs. J. K. Towey and Mr0. H. H. Clark. After enjoying refreshments the club member* departed for their home. Hostel* to Silver Tea Mrs. Arthur O. James entertained a large number of ladies Wednesday afternoon at her home, receiving between the hours of two and live o'clock. An Informal program was rendered during the afternoon, and refreshments were served. The afternoon proved a financial and social success and was greatly enjoyed. The money raised at the tea will be used by the ladles of the United Brethren ohtttch, who have adopted a French orphan. Revival Services at Tabernacle The revival services at the Baptist Tabernacle are Increasing with interest, and each night a large crowd comes out to hear Rev. Webb, the revivalist. All Christians are-invited to attend the services, and it is hoped (hat many unsaved will also come to hear Rev. Webb. Rev. Webb has for his subject during the revival, "What Think Ye of Ohrlstialty?" will- epeak on Piday night Tonight Rev. Webb 'Christ and Humanity." on the "Divinity of is letter 111,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 30 Jan 1919, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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