Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - 75 Idle Register for Jobs at Wood River WOOD...
75 Idle Register for Jobs at Wood River WOOD RIVER, Nov. 2J-(Spe- claO — Seventy-five un»mptoyed ! were registered at the local head- ;quarters the first day It was opened f n W(XXl Wy>r T > e rrllff r^,. quarters will be open dally ewept Sunday from/* until 12 A. m. and from I to » o'clock. Odd Job* of any character that ! ought to be performed will help to , makc lt possible for some individual |, 0 p urc hase the necessities of life. Anyone having work they wish done Mf Mked ^ hollfy headquarters. ! Mrs Charles Taylor will be secre- j , ary ^ C h arge i son avenue 73 Fcrgu- A complete survey and index is b( , mg mad( , of „„ u Thursday by a of aid wlll be given through a cen- j tral agency, so that there will be no duplication of assistance rendered the same individuals. A drive for funds to continue the work will be mode In the near future. Individuals or organizations that have funds that thry care to donate may leave contributions with members of the committee. Mayor Hamilton is chairman and T. P. Eggmann Is secretary. Supervisor Haller, Mrs. M. F. Manning. Mrs. M. S. Emmons, Mrs. A. N. Northway, Fred Berry, O. A. Smith, are members of the committee. work and needle* were plied for a time after which bunco was the diversion. Refreshments **i »»**«•• Miss were Elsie Day will enwrtaln the club at its next meeting on Thursday evening, Dee. 4 Mr*. Pvfwnal*. Oeorw Nelderkorn and son Olenn, Mr. and Mn. A. P. Murphy, and Mrs. Elizabeth Nelderkorn of Upper Alton attended a card party at Brighton on Thursday night given by the 8t. Alphonsus' church. Mf. and Mrs. Richard Patton announce the Wrth of an 8-lb. daughter at St. Luke's hospital In St. Louis. The little girl has been named Dorothy Jean. This i* their second child, tba first one being a boy. Miss Margaret Harris of Alton Is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burris on Eighth street, Rev. J. L. Kapp from Freeburg. 111., has returned after a three-day visit here with his son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice on Ferguson avenue. Mrs. Luclnda Peatherby of Slater, Mo., was a guest the past week of relatives in Wood River. Mrs. Featherby is leaving for Kansas City where she wlll be manager of a tea room. Mrs. Luclnda Carter, 90 years old, ts Ing. the 'Irst. column. the whose Miss Akers, Robert Prye, Herron, mon, Helen 3-B

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 22 Nov 1930, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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