Mrs M F Manning
WOOD RIVER Amateur Amateur nifitH rtrow a large crowd t>f people last ovrntnj? at the Kllkare Theater. Ttio first number "was ft too dance, which \von first prize, given by Juaolta Flnke of Alton. Second number, n playlet, glran by Oertru<lo Stownrt and Mi!dred Brlen. Third number, rocal duet, by Vera Rainra and Margaret Shook. Fourth, reading by Noarni Jones, of East Alton. Fifth, piano solo, by EHv» Dawgon. Sixth, reading, "Daisies' Practice House," IJprnlro Thomae, East Allon, Allon, who won soronjl prize. Piano diifit. Orangto Plel and Ester Jones. Rending by Orace Trump. Vocnl solo, Marcplio Channt, wln- nlnp; third plare. Tho judges wero Mrs. P. M. Manning Manning and Mr. Flannigan, Decision was glvon by Mr. Flonni- gttn who said It was a hard matter to decide tho winners as all numbers weiro vory good. Llttlo Uornlco Thoruaa, aged 10, who won second place, li a pupil ot Miss Irrno Anderson of Wood River, Mid has given an ontlre entertainment by herself.