Dolores & Sophia Meyer, Elmer and Alvin Beelman

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A, to in ' be entertained by thi Club. th« flrit m* thi itttJrtttJ^thVtJollltt*. on Thurlday W«ht at . *W* *tttfi»t Wll <«»• elud ft fried ohlckm supper, to which the women a« invited, ftldt* night the Lions' ball team win pliy th* Vptter Alton Business Mm at Mliwn fehwl Sunday the Lions golfers will take baft In a tournament at Jerseyvllle. instead of the usual dinner meet- Ing hwe next Tuesday the Lions will hold a meeting at Bunker Hill Wed' nesday night. At yesterday's meeUhf the com- mlttee on membership reported 20 new members. Breakfast Hike. A group of Olrt Scouts from Troop No. 3, accompanied by Mrs. Glenn DsAlley, captain, took a breakfast hike to Vaughn's woods "Tuesday. •'•-,' v To Build Cracking Want. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Posha and «ont, Albert, Jr.* and James, left Monday for Wichita, Kan, Fosha will build a cracking plant at MoPherspn, Kan., for the Wlnk- ler-Koch Knglneering Co,, of Wichita. Wood River Notes. WOOD RtVBR — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anthony and son Prank, Jr., motored to Belleville this morning, where they were Joined'by the Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Patterson. The group left on a camping trip in the Ozarks. / Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Carr and children spent the week-end at Me- Leansboro. Miss Annabelle Nichols returned home Sunday, after a week's visit with relative* and friends In Roodhouse. 'Mr. and,Mrs. Ansil Barr spent Sunday in Springfield at the state fair. Mr, and Mrs. John Cumberland and daughters, Rose and Lela, ot Hot Springs, Ark., have returned after a visit with relatives in Wood River and Alton. Miss Dolores Meyer and Miss Sophia Meyer have returned from a thwe-week vacation with relative! 1ft Belleville. Elmer B. Ma*t*r and Mtiti Beelmann of Belleville^ their cousins, have returned with thtm for ft week's visit here. Mrt, H. P. Morgan, wife of Dr. MOrtfan, and their ton, Den, are visiting relatives in cesiot. Miss Eleanor Schueler spent several days visiting friends in East St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Omar R, Lyon, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bell, and Mr. anil Mrs. M. A. Rogers attended the Municipal Opera in Bt. Louis Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Curry and family of Bast St. Louis spent Sunday with Mrs, Belle Ouiney. Leslie Orubb of St. Louis (pent the week-end here with Mrs. Orubb and their daughter, .Virginia, at the home of Mr. and Mr*. William Hanselman on Eighth street. Mrs. Mlna Holtenkamp of Bt, Louis spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Black. Mrs, Holtenkamp is leaving for a visit in Montreal, Canada. She will accompany her sister, Mrs. Qlenna Rohr, and daughter, Olenna, who are making th« trip by motor. Mrs. Cosa Mae Oott of Paducah, Ky., is visiting her sisters, . Miss Lois Frances and Mrs. M. V. Ashley. Miss Dolores and Miss Sophia Meyer have returned from a week's visit with relatives In Belleville, Mrs. Eliza Blake of East Alton spent Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Yates, on Wood River avenue. Albert Baker Is ill at his home on Thompson avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Weathers of Chicago and their sons, Albert and Ross, and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gray of Whiting, Ind.. were weekend guests of relatives in Wood River. Jack Zeaf, Margaret Thurman, May Louise Isaminger, Arthur Laux, Margaret Adele Simpson, William Brummer, Farrls Swam, Duane Huss; Morris Metzger, Ger- aldlne Hendrlckson, Rosemary

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 24 Aug 1932, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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