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Mrs M F Manning - THURSDAY. FEBRUARY. 21, 1929 Wood River News /...
THURSDAY. FEBRUARY. 21, 1929 Wood River News / Keeling*' Bridge Party Mr. and Mrs. W. O, Keeling entertained entertained on Tuesday night with a bridge party at their home on Eighth street. High scores were made by Mr/i. K. Gregory and Hilbert Juhlln. Refreshments were served. Those v present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deans, Mr. and Mrs. Bmlley of Sparta, 111., Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Juhlin, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gregory Gregory and Mr, and Mrs. Warren Buell. School Program Next Week At a meeting of the school board last night it was decided to observe Washington's birthday as a holiday in the elementary . schools. The schools of district 104 will not be In session Friday in observance of Washington's birthday. The program which was to have been given tomorrow tomorrow night In the Lincoln school auditorium by the first, second and third grades of the Washington and Lincoln buildings has been postponed until some time next week, the date to be announced later. Welfare Committee Meeting The welfare committee of the Woman's Woman's club held a meeting at the Legion home on Tuesday night. A short business meeting was held after •which the program was turned over to the chairman of the welfare com- mltteer, Mrs. M. F. Manning. The program was as follows: selection by the toy symphony orchestra, grades one tad two of Washington school; talk on "Child Welfare," Miss Martha Martha Hermellng, school nurse; patriotic patriotic reading by 3A; doll dance by Anna Katherlne Gainor, Grace Jac- quelln McCreedle, and Victoria Raaf, Mrs. Cliff Manlove, piano accompanist; accompanist; patriotic sketch by the third grade of Washington school; Lincoln school, first grade, patriotic exercises; George Reader played accompaniment accompaniment to all the school exercises; Dr. J. H, Wedlg spoke on community community welfare cooperation; Dr. AI' AI' orch «« tr » during the , Washington tea which followed, Mrs. M. F. Manning and her committee were costumed In Martha Washington Washington style, Mesdames Roach and Volz poured tea which was served for refreshment. The welfare committee committee is composed of Mrs. M, F. Manning, Manning, Mrs. L. L. Tuley, Mrs. T. P Eggmann, Mrs. Wm. Penrose, Mrs. Charles Volz, Mrs, W. A, Tipton, Mrs. Paul Schleeper, Mrs. 0. E. Thurman, Mrs. W. J. Jolly, Mrs, Joe 8ll«ti, Mrs. Frank Kienstra and Mrs. Frank Roach. Chamber of Commerce Luncheon The Chamber of Commerce held Us noon-day luncheon yesterday at the Deitlkcr place. It was decided that the Chamber ot Commerce send a committee to investigate the new postofflce building in Jerseyvllle, preparatory to having one here In Wood River. Dr. Irwln, congressman from Belleville, will be asked to come before the chamber and he will be requested to send his influence in souring a new postofflce for Wood River. E. E. Murphy of the Nafziger Baking Co. of St. Louis, spoke on the subject of making bread. The Business and Professional Women's club extended an nlvitatlon to the merchants to attend a luncheon meeting of the club at the Baptist church Monday, March 11. Announcement Announcement was made that the Wood River bank would no longer remain open Saturday nights. to W. Mrs. by. Mrs. be at

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 21 Feb 1929, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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