Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ono an,d It. our tho I...
ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ono an,d It. our tho I 1st this a Out all- The hut who of season, almost interesting Harold butler, the go- Is salt to (pro his (the all the important tak- Ing this part we leave BB a surprise to tho audlcncci Admission thirty-five and twcnty- tlvo cents. Latin Society. Beaumont Parks and Mario Springer have recently been received into membership In the Latin Society, Society, having Met all tho requirements for eligibility. Tho Latin Society will meet Monday Monday evening at 7:15 at tho Coinmun- ty High School. A committee consisting consisting of Lucille Hoekstra, Georgia Coughlln, nnd Vorl Matthews, has in-ranged tho following program: The Early Roman Household Tho Triple Name Vocal Solo Vocal Solo Winnie Eadcs. ,.. Percy RIemer. Nellie McCrclllB Nellie McCrollis. Schools of Holidays ot tho Early Romans Marie Springer. ets and Amusements ot Roman Children ., Mary Tuley Violin Solo Antoinette Doschert. Ionian Vehicles .. F.Iaine Moravak. America . .*. The Club. Shower for Mrs. T. M. Hutchlnson. Miss Edna Murphy entertained In ler homo on Ninth street last night with a linen shov/cr complimentary o Mrs. T. M. Hutchinson a bride of •ocent date. Spring flowers were used'In the decorative scheme, and formed the ovely table center piece. Small corsage boquets of sweet peas were the table favors. The pleasant evening's diversion was lotto, prizes wcro awarded to Miss Anna Stoneham, Mrs. Dickson and Mrs. William Stone- mm. Mrs. Hutchlnson was presentd with a number of handsome linen gifts. A delicious courga luncheon was served. present were: Mrs. Fenton Soliday, Mrs. Mablo Kendall, Miss Elizabeth Stoiieham. MU« Doris Berry, Miss Mnry McKalTer, Miss Mablo Ditch, Mls» Ann Stoneham, Miss Margarot MoMlllen, Mrs, Arthur Arthur Hunt, Mrs. Morle M»n|py, Mrs Handle Harrison, Mm. Ollrer Dickson, Dickson, Mrs. William Stoneham, Mrs. .T. T. Williams, of Portland, Oregon, and Miss Edna Murphy. Tonlgnt Mrs. Mable Kendall will entertain for Mrs. Hutchinson, and rn Monday night Miss Marie Brown will entertain In her home at Alton in honor of Mrs. Hutchlnson. Legion Gives Dinner I/ast night the Legionnares, wives and mothers, enjoyed a din ner in the Elito Cafe. Miss Burns ot Altoii, g!»'e an interesting talk on the good work which can be done for local Legionnares and disabled disabled soldiers by the auxiliaries The purpose of the meeting was to lay plans to form an Auxiliary ot the Legion. Mrs. M. F. Manning was elected temporary chairman nnd committees committees wero appointed who will enn vnss tho different wards for members. members. Thosn appointed were: First ward, Mrs. William Wolf, Mrs. Colmont, Mrs. Kchlcoper; Second wnrd, Mrs. William Klnnslrn, Mm. Kusnoll Durham. Mrs. (Joorgo; Third wnrd, Mr«. It. F. Hohymer, Mrs. Ti-y Harrod, Mrs. Loyal Palmer, Palmer, Mru. J. Frlclt; Fourth ward, •s. M. F. Manning, Mrs. Victor llaaf, MrH. John Stoheham, Mrs. H. OilHs; Hartford, Mr?. Jnmes Wright; Km=t Alton. Mrn. Olln Sul- llvf»n. The ladles appointed for the Fourth ward will canvass Hoxann. Sewing and other necessary work can bo accomplished, each auxiliary doing HH quota, thereby aiding materially materially In thn work. Next Thursday night another meeting will ho held for further plant). Revival at First Baptist Church At last night'H revival services held lu tho First liaptUt church, a minister's quaret was organized who gave several vocal numbers. Tho quartet Is composed of Uov. nnd Mrs. S. 1). Favorite, Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Judd. Mrs. Favorlto highly appreciates the cooperation ohowu lu tho revival revival services by other churches and also by ministers of other churches. Jlev. S. D. Favorite of Jerseyvllle took part In last night's meeting. Five expressed their willlngnoss to join Ui3 church. Ten others having been converted. COtlago prayer meetings were held today in the home of Mrs. Snyder Smith of Park View, Mrs. P. 0. be of

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 02 May 1924, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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