Mrs F Manning

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FAOI row* Silver Annivrrnarv r*rwYYw-ft^ *nn • - -*' Junior Women of Wood River Marks 25th Birthday at Tea Wood River Youth Struck by Auto WOOD RIVER • The .Ttinlnr Woman's Cluh celebrated thru Rth anniversary Sunday with * illvef tea given e.f ((IP homr of fh» president, Mm. F. .1. Manning 383 S. Ninth Si. Rose and chrysanthemum* In tftli iinades decorated HIP lare-rnv- *>red table. Past presidents. Mr" Clifton Seymour. Mr«. Phillip Srhoppet anrl Mrs. Klmrr <iilli< presided at »he tea fable. Mr«. Gillis I* fil"o president of the Senior Wnm»»rs Hun. Others assisting were Mr« .lump* Kibe and Mm. Thomns Young. Rpprr«rntntivo«i from Clubs In Alton, noxnno, K**t Alton and Wood River \vrre present. Mr* .1. Bruce, Hlslrlrt 22 president, was a special giiest. The tea was sponsored hv tnc finance committee. WOOD RIVKR A 17-ypar^tld youth received emergency treatment treatment Sunday at Wood River Township Township Hospital after he was hit hy a rar. The youth was Ronald Rogers of 12ft Bond In Fast Alton. He suffered suffered no broken bones and apparently apparently was not seriously injured. He was struck and knocked down as he attempted to cross St. Ixwis Ave. In the 400 block Sunday at 7:45 p. m. Also receiving emergency treatment treatment at the hospital was John Freeman, <3, of 1128 Milton Rd. Community

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 20 Oct 1952, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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