Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - Wood Rivet Fait Closes; Is Pronounced Success '...
Wood Rivet Fait Closes; Is Pronounced Success ' HMIUWT »»--4--.- ..- nj ___ _.__., __ ..---. ____ t Oct. M.-ClMfnin Harry Cam/kid, Mre John Bell Bl**r Women's! Mrs, Meyer*, and Mr* Chswxl , fit the Wood 'th* 8tock*r pharmacy, aimed V> •.point out the contrast between rood- . . thfgr<>u * p * nt **"* » u <*** < 3 After »n<j rncient m«dlc«l method* 1 v/ " h "eedJework, f*mes were play- U Mi'huifii a container full of 11 4 Ml- *- O- MeBrtde and Mrs. C n. 'Jt*d to bleed people in th* v.h«n the barber and the i apothecary were the principal phy- iskiaiis, and "kept up th* balance" I 0( '•>""' l>l/x><1 in l '" ! »y |rt * 1 " by ble*d- 0 , l y of j,)^ circulation wu un- at the time. al«4 \n the rxlilblt was I »«?R »atd to M ISO years old white rats, used for medical ex- j [^rlmcntation today, were on dls- • i )r r.wprrat* With Wtmtn. Allen was back on the 'pjaf/ou/j directing his Euphony or- ; i,»>(,i.rn nfu>r an absence the night a (('•for*, when his place was taken fo y f j, fl(/>cker, director oT'Ult Red </n'down bawl, ,lr,nsK Price, announcer for the fashion show, varlfd tils u/sual rep- R. Hlsk, Mm. O«c«r Monken, Mrs.! •harles Beacon, Mrs. M. Sehwen- \ vw j Mrs. Ous Bangen was the guest of the club. In two week* the circle circle wUI meet with Mrs. Season. Junior WMMB to Meet "),f Junior Woman's club will mf«t Monday nlfht «l the Shamrock Shamrock Inn. The business meeting will be followed by a travelogue, which will be sponsored by the lit- as a In prtolr« by singing "Mother Machree" Machree" during nn Interiutssfmi. K« wan accompanied by the orchestra, which furnished munlc for the fashion show and also played a concert concert during each performance. Cooperating with tim Women's Club In the fair were the Red Crown baud of the Standard Oil Co., local merchants, the Chamber of Commerce, Commerce, tliR notary club, and the Kuphony orchestra, Tlie diiiplwys were furnished by IIP biKiiru'.w firms of the city and by he oil industries In the vicinity. Thanks for Aid. Profits from the fair will be do- lated U> charity, Mrs. Ralph Volz, general <x>mmltt«« chatrmatt, said Lodny In u ulalern«nt toned to the Tele- rraph today the Women's Club hanked those who cooperated with t In the production of the fair. "We believe the fulr was an unqualified unqualified success thin year," It said, 'and this fact, in large measure, demonstrates the value of cooperation cooperation botween local orgarilzn- lon« In the nchlevernent of civic enterprise." Assisting Mrs, Volz were Mrs, Robert Robert Une, president of tho Women's Jlub, and Mm. W. I. Jollcy, Her advisors were Mrs, M. F. Manning and Mm. o. a, Tlpton. and art . An airplane trip tx> Texa* and a rip abroad will be the aubjecta. Luncheon For Guetta Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bryer of Bhel- >yvflle, O., were luncheon guests Thursday of Mr. and Mra. Charlfts Huber. Beside* the Immediate family, Mr*. Howard Wolte and Mr*. Harry BUlngrube of Bt. I»uJ» were addl- Llonal gue»U. Wood River Church The Baptlat Ladies' Aid Society will hold it* annual chicken supper supper Oct. 23. the d»te havlnf been changed from or, «J, Th« Plill«th*?« Class of the Bap- liat Church held lt« regular meeV- ng In the church parlors Thursday night. There was a good attendance. attendance. Plans were made for the wln- er'a work during the business meeting. A social time followed. Kfreshmcnts were served by the hostesses. Wood Blver Note* Mr, and Mrs. Everett fox, new- y-weds of Utt JVlday, arrived Tliursday at the home of the groom'i father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pox ,of the Alton- Sdwardsvllle road. The young couple couple will be at home to their friends after Oct. 16, In flt. Louis. Mrs., .Pat Donnelly of First street. md Madison avenue has returned from a three month trip in Hew York, where she visited relatives,Mr, relatives,Mr, and Mrs, H, J. Kahney lo/l 'or Rockford, where they are attending; attending; a meeting of Odd Fellows tod Rebekaha. Dan Halloran and daughter, Miss wtr« price winners present were Mrs. lather Mra. Orville McBrlde, Mr*

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 10 Oct 1930, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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