Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - and frosted ' Olive for calomel, of uiul never...
and frosted ' Olive for calomel, of uiul never Plfiva- l>r. night 30c, i lim\iU- nf Kul- nn or »lmpl(! np. null, dni^; you tlnu 1 nt toi mixture n;it every s, cai eusj , i stum bu hnl tow... Hiiadcu when ho fell In the yard of his home s recovering nicely. All Diw Meeting There will he> an ail day meeting leld at the Evangelical church on Thursday by the women of the church. V good attendance Is desired. Hoard of Education President to Kun for Ko-clectloii L. D. Palmer prewldcnt of tho board f education of District 104 has ,tn- ounced that ho will run for re-etec- ion as president at the election to be eld on April 9. Tax Collector at Local Bank this Week Tax Collector J. L. Lamm will be it tho Wood River National bank 'hursdny and Friday of this week. Crossing Repaired The Ferguson avenue' crossing over ho Illinois terminal switch tracks has men rcpnlveil and Uio crossing IB now ipen to tho nubile. Signs Ordered Fourteen more boulevard signs nnd eight more school atop olgna have been ordered by the local manager Vnl E. tcls, which will hs put up in various ilaces In tho city. Several Hundred Dele gates Attend Booster Meeting Thero were several hundred delegates delegates attended the Woodmen booster meeting held hero Sunday night. A larndo was held on tho down town treota nnd later In tho evening speak- ng was enjoyed at tho Odd Fellow's mil. Degree Staff of Lodge to Granite City Last night the degree staff of the . U. O. P. lodge went to Granlto City ind • conferred degree work at the neetine hold by the Granite City odge. Choir Practice Choir practice VIII he held tonight t the First Christian church nt 7:30 'clock, 'arty nt Home of Key. and Mrs. Akers A delightful social evening was en- ioyed by n group of young people at ho homo of the Rev, nnd Mrs. 13. W. \kers of Ninth street Monday cve- ilng. Progressive hearts was the dl ,'ersion of tho evening. Delightful re 'reshmciug were served. Thoso present present were ailssi'S Kllenor Bachcldor \nnnh[.'l Adlitosnn, Helen Skinner, A!- jerttt Warner, Mtulvline Tlplon, Iluy oond Skinner, (.illhert VnnCnmp, Vlr- irll JIncke, Cilenn Klvcs, T. IX Ayers, >. I. lOubiinks, w. 1', Wehkthg. M. Strong und Jon Akcrn. UaKchall Schedule Follownlg Is the schedule for base '.-ill games In which the Community high school will participate for tho. season: April 15—Kast St. Louis nt O'Fal Ion; Belleville nl Kilwnrdsville; Col IhiNVllIc; Urnnlto City at MnHcouluh. April 22—Knst at. Louis nt Belle vlllc! O'I<'allon at ttdwnrdsvlllo; Wood Ulver lit Mascoutah; C'olllnsville a Oirnnito rily. April L'!)—Rdivnrdsvillo nt Kuat St Louis; lii-lievlllo nt o'Fallon, Oraiilti City at Wood Hivcr; Muacuutah u Colllnsvllle. May 6—Kast St. Louis at ColllnH vllle; O'Kallon nt Wood Hlver; Kd w.'trthvllte at Maucuutnh; Uelleville a tiranite I'lly. -May ia—Culllnsvllle at O'Kallon; Worn! Itlvcr nt Kast Kt. Louis; Granite City ui Ivdwardsvlllc; Mascoutah at Muy J7—O'Fallon at Mascoutah; Kast Kt. Louis at (.irunito City; Bd- wnrilsvlllo «t Wood liivsr; lielievlllc at l.'ollinsvlIU 1 , May 20—(iranlto City nt O'Fallon, Ma.'icoutnii nt KiiMt Ht. Louie; Collins- vlllc nt 1-JUwai'davlUo; Wood River'at llcllovlllr. Atlrml 1). of I. Mwllng Mrs. Helen llntrcnu, Mrs, James MrNnlly, Mrs. Aunlcy Mouro, Mrs. At. F. Manning, Mrs. K. Ilannold, Miss illldegardo Meyer and Mrs. J. J. Ma- ohey went to Alton last night where hey attended a meeting held by the Daughters of Isabella. Notes Mrs. Richard Dawson of Seventh street, is Improving at St. Joseph's lospltal and expects to be brought homo this week. Gilbert Brakchan was slightly Inured Inured while at work yesterday at the loxana Petroleum company. Mrs. Henry Kick, who has been at St. Joseph's hospital for several weeks a getting along very nicely and was rouRht to her home yesterday, John Mctzger was removed to St. 'oseph's hospital yesterday and under- vent an operation for appendicitis. Jlr. .tetzger Is assistant cashier at the >Vood River National bank. He Is re- )orted as getting along aa well as can be expected. Ula aunt, Miss Hetzger of Vandalia, a trained nurse, B In attendance. Mrs. Ocorge McCollum Is recovers recovers at St. Joseph's hospital. Mrs. McCollum McCollum recently underwent an opera- .ion. Mrs. Joseph Klenstra and Mrs. Ar- ,hur Chanut were visitors at St. Jtf- seph's hospital in Alton yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Evans of Acton avenue visited yesterday with Mrs. ans' brother, Benjamin Martin, who was injured in an automobile ace dent Sunday. Richard Henry attended a class play at Allan last evening. Kilward Halloran Is III at his home. Mrs. J. T. Paddock Is confined to her homo on Lorcna avenue by Illness. Mrs. M. S. Emmons of Lorena uve- nue, IH spending the week visiting with relatives at Mariwa, 111, Mrs. Herman Schueler Is 111 at her homo on Lorena fivonue, Mrs. R. W. Bohymi-r nnd children of Ivltchfleld, arc guests of the former's former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Klny Carey of Ferguson avenue. Yellow Flowers Yellow nnd ontnKo dominate In ar tlflclril bnutonufei't'3 for Bprin^. Suiting New A GIFT that will plcaso to come! Never has complete, more full of Featuring at special prices:

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 23 Mar 1927, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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