Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - EVENING Wood River Churc/i Notes. .S(....
EVENING Wood River Churc/i Notes. .S(. (jabrlcl's Episcopal Missiou, Vnn. i'. JX liutler, pastor.—iiervlces lor March 10.—10 a. in. Sunday school; 7:.'!u p. in. erenlng prayer iinil iicrtiion liy Archdeacon liutler. 'J'liu public Is iiio.sl (.ordially iu- vituil. .Services art; held iu tliu cidd Fellows' hall. .St. I'.uil'a Lutlii;ran church, corner nth ami I.orcna nvenue—Sunday urhool ut !»:,'!0 a. m.; preaching acr- vices nt I'J-.'M; Lentun services nt 7:.'!0 p. ni.; Kci'inon topic: 'Tontlus i'ilati;." Attend tli«30 special Leuten Hcrvicca and thus keep tho heart in toucli with tho scenes which Lent coiunieinoratca—1'. II. Ilanscn, pas- l<>\: , Meeting of Episcopal Guild. Yesterday afternoon, the (Julld of lt;o Epificopal church wet with Mrs. Fred Owens ot Acton avenue. At'ttr a whorl huslness inccting tlio ladies enjoyed Iho afternoon Bewiug. lie- rrcsliineiita were served, Newly Weds Charlvarlecl. Mr. !iud Mrs. Thomas Bales, newly-weds, were given a rousing charivari last night by u group uf children of tho neighborhood who "tuned in" on them at their residence and kept up a lively chiv until Mr. Hales caino acroi'.i as the hoys put it, which he very generously did. The money did not remain (n their possession very long as they made some "sweet" purchases at n near-by candy store. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Holland Very III. Mrs. E. G. Holland is confined to her homo by an attack of appendicitis. Mr. Holland Is also ill with »n attack of rheumatism. Return'Homo From Visit. Mrs. Walter Loarts and daughter Elizabeth, of Stnunton, 111., have returned to their home after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Loarts ot Lorena avenue. Pictures Donated to Schools. Seventy-eight pictures have been donated to the public schools from the Elson Art collection -of pictures. Fallowing is a list of the pictures anil their donors: "Autumn," O. F. Nagel & Co. "Washington Crossing the Delaware," Kster B. Nagel, ".Signing the Declaration of Independence,' 1 Wood Kiver Woman's Club, "Tho Angeltis," Dorcas Circle First Christian Church. ".Mount VPJDOII," Ladles' Aid, First I '.pligt church. "Pilgrims Cioing to Church," Guild, St. Gabriel's Episcopal Mission. "Shoeing the Bay Mare," Louis ' Dtcltor. "Our Kins," American Legion. "There's No 1'laco Like Homo," StocktT numbing and lloutlng Co. "Concord JUridgc" Ur. ami Mrs. W. G. TouUineou. "The Gkancrs," Mr. and Mrs. Krcd Crandall. "Uoorge Washington," Wood River i LinnlxT and Kupp'.y Co., Val E. Hois. ! -.Spirit of ';6," Ladies' Aid, St. Tallin ].\ilher;iu church. "Abraham Lincoln," Commercial Club. "Angelus," Hartford Woman's Club. "AVC..UC Mkldolhnrnisi.'' Phllathca Class, Fii.si Methodist churrl). "If Thou HAd'sl. Known," Mrs. M. F. Manning. Picture to by derated l>y St. l)or- nard's Altar Society, Woman's Club To Give Program. On Tuesday emilnp, March IS, nt T:;:o o'clock, au interesting program will be given by the Woman's Club, arranged by the Civic Section. It will bo combined with the Club Gossip, and will be piven in the auditorium of tliu Wood Kiver school buildiii!:. Following is tho program: 1'iauo duett— Misses M. Retterath anil Miss H. Hamilton. Violin solo—Mrs. Walter Crocker. Address—"Woman's KesponblUty in Civic Life," Mrs. A. W. Judd. Vocal solo—Mildred Trabaud. IteadlUg—Francis Fox. Club Gossips: (a) "Our Club," Mrs. G. Gunuison. (b) "Neighboring Clubs," Mrs. J. F. Gainor. (c) "Echoes From the Good Fellowship Meeting," Mrs. II. Parks. (d) "Gossip" Mrs. Joseph Trabaud. Vocal Solo Miss Minnie Hotterath. Violin Solo—Mrs. Walter Crocker. Tho hostesses of tho evening: Mosdanics C. W. Vaughn, G. E. Wll- ken, W. E. Wolf, C;' It. Baker, E. W. Wolf, S. T. McC<ll, W. Atkin, II. Wuestenfcldt, Walter Fox. Plans Gone Over For American Legion Home. At a recent meeting held by the American Legion, plans were discussed for tho new homo for the Wood lliver Post No. 204. It has been proposed that the Legion sponsor n carnival to be presented in Wood Hiver somo time iu May. A rcpVesentatlvo of a showmen's organization was present and explained that a legislative committee of the producers had been formed to "clean up" outdoor amusement en- terprlsas and that all objectional features to entertainment of that kind had been eliminated by agreement. By a unanimous vote, it was agreed to leave the question of presentation to Commander Gillis and Val. E. Hois, chairmen of the en- tfcrUlmnent committee. They will nt prepared. ward nnd is hoped D. Interesting special hsld High of ot Lover's Passion The "Passion at motion largo shown sponsored of bo Mrs. and children Team . banquet losing church recent and the served delightful was and Whitehall days Keiley. and attack and Alton Misses lie are Mr. and Coy's

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 15 Mar 1924, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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