Mrs M F Manning
TELEGRAPH lighted with violin solos. At noon tho Misses ParkewgaTo a dinner for their guests, and* the .•program .•program was given in tho afternoon. 11B31 Luoky. Eleven thousand five hundred thir4 announced. en's Club Will meet in the auditorium of tho Wood River aobooL, ' The installation' ot the newly elected elected officers will take place and the committee for the coming year will be 1 . ty-one Is tho lucky number WhlclA win a the beautiful dishes given' by the Beinor Dry Goods Company;! it their store on Ferguson avenue. Reverend Bruebeck Preaches In Wayborn,lltl. Reverend L. M. Bruebeck has 'rte- turnod from Waymotn, 111., where he preached Thursday and Friday la ti First Christian Church, arriving hon In tlmo for his services In his church here. Visit Forest Park. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Goldberg children, Muxlne, Leo and Stanlfty and 'orost of Park Stahlhut Saturday where ] thtey enjoyed the day. .. To Vlslfcfor Two WeAks. Mra. Amelia Beyer of St. Loula)wlll spend two weeks visiting Mrs. fBetl Robinson ot Whltelaw avenue' and Mrs. William Rampcnthal.ot EastiAl- on. Baptizing of Eleven In Mlselsslppl Rfvrer. Reverend Beldon of tho United Brethren Church baptized eleven j»er- sons yesterday afternoon, -at li:80 o'clock. The baptizing took|ilace t in the Mississippi River. The Httlo son of Mr, and Mre.'CUyde Miller of HlUflboro was also christened. christened. Quite a large crowd Dispeople Witnessed the fchrlntening. U. B. Church Will Not Servo Dinner ThlaiWeek. The ladles of the United Brethren Church will not serve their usual weekly dinner to the public thlsfaeek on Thursday on account of the picnic, which is lo be given on^that day. Mission Circle. The Mission Circle of tho FlrstJBap- Mrs. M. F. Manning, retiring dent, delegate to the state convention, will give a report on tho meeting and the annual reports ot all tho retiring officers will bo given. A good attendance Is requested. Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Herrln and children, Harold and Meriel, of near Bethalto, spent Sunday with Mr. ai Mre. Ed. Nolle of Penning aventte. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Harvel, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Trump and Donald Williams Williams of St. Louis motored to Wooc River Sunday to tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bhockley of Penning avo Tho party took Uiclr.baskets o good things to' eat and enjoyed a has ket dinner in Rock Spring Park in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson o tllmore, 111,, spent tho week end will Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gamble ot Lorem avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shearburn of Al ton spent Sunday as the guests the letter's aunt, Mrs. Henry Stoer mor, of Penning avenue. Mr. and Mre. E. W. Wolf of Fergu son avenue had as their Sunday guest their sons, Paul and Elmer Wolf, o St Louis, and daughter, Dorothy, o Edwardsville. tlst Church Will George McCollum, meet with TMrs. Friday afterttoon, at 2 o'clock at her home on Loprena avenue. Miscellaneous be used. Mrs. Kcssinger will assist Mrs4 McCollum. McCollum. Attend Birthday Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Ma'gulre ott Jersey Jersey vllle motored to Wood River'Sun- day and spent the day with Mrs. Maguire's Maguire's sisters 'and brothefl-tn-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bell, llPh Hancock. and Mies Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sackett and lit tie daughter, Harriett, of Alton, sp'ei Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sackett' aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jame Foreman, of Whltelaw avenue. June and Billle Bruebeck have re covered from the measles at thel home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norton an children, Wllmetta and Rosebell, from Alton, spent Sunday with Mr. an Mrs. Ray Todd of Acton aventfe. Mrs. Frank Gprln and family motored motored to Brighton yeeterday and vlsl ed the former's daughter, Mrs. Ott Rathe. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Werner spen Sunday with relatives in Edwards ville. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peters and M ,Ea'rl Metsler of Belleville were th •week-end guests ot Mrs. Peters' pa: .cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crocker, o .Lorena avenue. Miss Sarah Price of Bering Plac (spent the week-end with her parent Mrs. Bell K aVe a dinner in honor of \^: and Mrs - Frank Prlce ' of Jersey Miss Hancock's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Mary Baker Receives i Flowers On'-Birthday. Mrs. Mary Baker spent her . 88th birthday Saturday very happily. During During the day, a number of her'triends called and she was presented with 1 aoroo beautiful flowers in honor;of the occasion. ' < Mrs. Daker, who malr.es her home ••viih hor daughter and eon-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Buck, enjoys good bpp.lth In spite of the advanced age. Shfl la beloved by her large circle of friends for her kindly and sweet disposition. disposition. Baptist Ladles Postpone Dinner. The Ladles' Aid Society of the Baptist Baptist Church has postponed their we'ek- ly dinner until Wednesday of next week, on account of the services to be observed Wednesday. Woodmen to March In Parade. The members of the Jlodern Woodmen Woodmen Lortge will march in the parade | Wednpsdny morning. 'They will meet at Seventh street at 8:30 o'clock. All vllle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robinson an Miss Emma Valentine were Alton vis itors Saturday.- Mrs. Anna Wagner of Hillsboro, II who has been visiting at the home o her daughter, Mrs. Asa Springer, ( Ferguson avenue, has gone to Neb 1 111., for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shrlver and family of East St Louis were Sunday guests at the home ot Mr. .and lira. Charles Welder of Ester street. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gerson and daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Joseph Traband motored to the Gerson farm near Dow yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan were Camphor is Big Surprise Everybody is surprised at the quick results from simple camphor, witch- hazel, hydrastte, etc., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash. One small bottle helps any case weak, strained or sorq eyes. Aluminum eye cup free. A.