Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - Wood River Relief Head Asks Home Equipment WOOD...
Wood River Relief Head Asks Home Equipment WOOD RIVER, May 3-On c of he most recent trends in connection connection with economic recovery _ the tendency of youtiR couples who previously previously lived with parents and other relatives to separate and set up their own homes — has increased demand demand for furniture, bedding, and other home equipment at township relief quarters. The disclosure was made today by Mrs. M. P. Manning, township administrator of relief. Mrs. Manning today Issued an appeal appeal for more such, equipment beds, beds, mattresses, quilts, stoves, dishes, and other household articles She expressed the hope that spring housecleaning, going on generally at present, might bring to light many of the needed articles which would enable the young couples couples to become independent once more as employment relieved the necessity for staying with their elders, elders, or "doubling up" their living quarters in other ways. Medora High Pitcher Hurls 'Perfect' Game MEDORA, May 3, (Special)— Howard Strunk pitched a no hit, no walk, no run game as Medora defeated Brighton Monday afternoon. One man reached first as a result of an error by Johnston In the first Inning. Medora made its lone run in the last of the fifth when E. Bawker walked, stole second and advanced to third on a single by H. Strunk. Johnston then laid down a slow roller and was safe when an attempt was made to catch Bowker off third. Scheffel then walked E. Strunk, sending Bowker across the plate with the winning run. Cite Wood River

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 03 May 1934, Thu,
  3. Page 19

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