Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - THURSDAY. APfttLVi IS. St. Itlng her...
THURSDAY. APfttLVi IS. St. Itlng her sIster^Mrs. Samuel llnbhard, of Acton street. Mr. and Mrs. James llondy and daughter, Mamie, were Alton visitors yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. David Maloney were Alton visitors yesterday. A. B. Brezzl of St. Louis was a business visitor In Wood River yesterday. Mrs. I. C. I'ricc and daupiiter, Florence, visited her daughter, Mrs. Thomas, of I.orent avenue, who Is 111. s Kenneth Onlson of Penning avenue has recovered from hu< recent attack ""^ »i<"n--u m ><.-MHI; \v:.->n-ntu.>. un 8 'ster, Mrs. Del Gridder, of Windsor, '" " ''""" "'"" of chicken pox. "Huddy" Kulkeraon has recovered from the measles. Mrs. Charles Dawson of Lorena avenue visited In Venice yesterday. Her to III., was there also. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Van Dusen visited friends In St. Louis today. James Thompson accompanied Fred Smith, of the Smith Garage to Chicago this week. Thompson and Smith will bring back two Stephen machines. Daniel Burke will move this week to tho farm he recently purchased near Brighton from Fred lleskett. The condition of the roads have prevented the family from moving to date. Gilson Scroggins, of (Jilh>sp(e, is visiting In Wood River. Death of James ,Hopkins. James Hopkins, an oUl soldier, died this morning at S:;(0 o'clock at the home of his son, H. Hopkins. Hopkins with his lis death was due to old age. Ho was born In Bass County, Ky., and lived In Ken lucky all his life. He leaves one son, and a large number of other relatives. post very capably when the club was first formed. •Other officers are'First Vice-President. Mrs. William Brtcholdor; Second Vice-President, Mrs. George Gun- nlson; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Charles Graves; Correaponrtlnj? Secretary, Mrs. Herbert Fox, and Treasurer, Mrs. V. Mutz. Mrs. Clarence Burroughs, Mrs. Irving Jolloy, Mrs. Arthur James anil Mrs. Henry Tittle are members of the Executive Board. The (.'Iub has formed a quartette which will make Its first public 1 appearance at tho club dinner next Thursday. The annual club dinner will be t at tlie restaurant of the Standarrt Company next Thursday, April l reservations must be In bv iri and nan be loft at ~ store. The dinner only. Raw From Eczei Why not ic«wh*t'bn« bottle or nn ^ »r« ,uaranf« rejuJtV l"' ?---?• D -' HTD. 2£ lotionforSktn wl Luly Drug Co. ana a. H. VvT^T came to Wood River to live son about S months ago. No one will be able' to from Kentucky for the funeral on account of illness. Tho funeral will be held Friday at 3 o'clock from the Hopkins home. Burial will be in City cemetery. Farewell for Mrs. Fred Shewmaker. A party of friends gave a farewell party last night, for Mrs. Fred Showmaker who will leave tomorrow for Casper, Wyo., to join her husband. A pleasant evening was spout by the guests, including Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gallagher, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Slaten, Mr. and Mrs. I{. Roberts. Mrs. Anna' Staggs, Misses Cleo James, Mabel Sin- ten, Virginia Slaten, Dorothy Gallagher and Louis Roberts. To Vote on New Library. At the election on April 20, the peo- ple'of Wood River will vote on the question of levying a tax for a library for Wood River, and the Club Women of Wood River will work to bring out a heavy vote as the Library is greatly needed. The election for 'councilmen will be held the same day. Mrs. M. F. Manning Heads Woman's Club. ' Mrs. M. F. Manning lias been elected President of the Wood River Wom-i iin's Club Mrs. Mannig was the prln-' cipal organizer of the Club several years ago and friends will be glad to learn that she is again to act us its' president. Mrs. Manning tilled ".»' CARUSO SINGS "AVE MARIA" This is a record that thrills the soul. The melody, like a golden river of sound, is carried by the voicp-'of the singer in glorious harmony with the tones of giant bells.— Victor Red Seal Record, 88615 New Opera Record by Werrenrath He sings the beautiful aria, "Fleeting Vision,? from "Herodiade," in which /.he King tells of his hopeless love for Salome. Victor Red Seal Record,_74610. / "I'll See You in C-U-B-A" "That's Worth While r Waiting For" Billy Murray sings these songs in his own inimitable style. Victor Double-faced Record, 18652 We shall be. delighted to play these records for you or any of the other New Victor Records for April KIESELHORST'S ' 210 STATE ST. Just South of Masonic Temple On State Street White Way

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 08 Apr 1920, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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