Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1936 Jome-Aid Society Meet^in...
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1936 Jome-Aid Society Meet^in Gratiite BDWARDSVILLBi AptU Special.)—The annual ?*.>* •_• *ViK /HmiH«*a4M'i meeting of the nd Aid Society will be Granite City V. M. 0. A., April 80. Miss Helen Messenger, ceual*«ip- esentatlve of the society, .stated oday that plans had been made or an address by B. Harry RecK, ormer Mendota county judge ana ow president of the Big Bttjther Movement in Illinois. His topic ill be "Delinquency," Alton members of the association re Mrs. Arthur tdviv MM. Irving lark, Miss Eleanor Mawdsley, Mrs. ;. A. Montgomery, ; Mrs. .George Teif fenberger, • Mrs., E. M. Dorsey, trs. Dinsmore Wood, Miss Eunice Jmith, Mrs, D, D, Monroe,, Mrs. Lucia B. Watson, and Dr. proves B. Smith, chairman. Dinner served at 8:30 p. m., Will j followed by speaking, and by tring music selections by Frank lohnes and James Fincher. A written report of the year's work of the society will be presented y Miss Messenger. Later copies f the report will be distributed among the members 'and benefac- ors of the society, Mrs. Glenn DeAtley, Mrs. Robert Lane, Mrs. T. H. Postlewait, Mrs. Frank Roach, Mrs. Frank Bauer, Mrs. M. F. Manning and -Mrs. Thomas Traband are Wood River members of the society. • The Children's Home and Aid Society is an independent social service organization specializing In providing homes and care for de- inquent and dependent children, j^

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 24 Apr 1936, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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