Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - ft'clock at the simper. funeral home here. The...
ft'clock at the simper. funeral home here. The Rev. J< W, Pat* tenon of Belleville, former pastor of the local Baptist church officiated. officiated. Dr. s. H. Allen sang two -numbers, A large group Of relatives relatives and friends gathered for the services. ., . The body was taken to jfiillmore, whore services were conducted and burial was In the cemetery there. The Rebekah lodge performed performed its ceremonial at the grave. Mrs. Kohlmlller Entertains WOOD RlVER.-Mrs. Henry Kohlmlller Wednesday afternbdn, was hostess to members of her pinochle club, entertaining at her home with two tables. Dessert was served before the playing. Each guest received a corsage Of sweet peas. The prize for pinochle was awarded to Mrs. J. P. Traband. Girl Scouts Entertained WOOD RIVER.—Miss Vethla Lane was hostess to members of Troop No. 1 of the Girl Scouts at her home, 444 Penning avenue, with a troop party. Games were played and prizes awarded. Miss Lane served refreshments. Sunday School Clam Meets WOOD RIVER,—The Kum-JoIU- Us class of the Presbyterian church met last evening at the home of Mrs. Richard Coffecn, 628 Halloran Halloran avenue. Mrs. F. D. Rober- eon and Mrs. Frank Diamond assisted assisted Mrs. Coffeen In entertaining entertaining and serving. Anniversary of Gatholle Women WOOD RIVER—The first anniversary anniversary of the Catholic Woman'. Club which was organized a year ago Jan. 20, was observed Wednesday Wednesday with a potluck dinner at the church hall, al noon. The club Wit organised a year ago by Mrs. M. F. Manning. Mrs. O. L, Mo- KInney was the first president and hill been re-elected to serve another another year. Mrs. Oetken Entertains WOOD;- RIVER-Mrs. Oeorfe Oetken'was hostess to members of her pinochle club at her home on Acton avenue, yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Nathan Kcol and Mrs. Pay Yeck of Bcthalto made high scores. Mrs, M. E. Oetken of Bethalto was an additional guest. Eastern Star Dinner' WOOD RIVER—Mrs, O. L. Traband Traband was hostess 10 tho officers of the Order of Eastern Star at a potluck dinner and social gathering at her home today. Women's Meeting Place Changed WOOD RIVER—The regular meeting of the American Home Section of the Wood River Woman's Club which was to have been held at the home of Mrs. John Hubbard on Ninth street Fob. 3, will meet with Mrs. L. R. Hill, 533 Whitelaw avenue Instead, because of quarantine quarantine at the Hubbard home. Woman's Group Meets WOOD RIVER—A group of Wood River women attended a meeting of their club at the home of Mrs. Joe Brlen on Aberdeen avenue, Alton. Two tables were occupied. Prizes were won by Mrs. G. L. Traband and Mrs. H. A. Hatfield. Hatfield. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. William Martin in Wood River. A course repast was served by the hostess. W.C.T.U. Meeting Postponed WOOD RIVER—The meeting Of the Women's Christian Temperance Temperance Union has been postponed until until the first week in February. Mrs. at In

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 21 Jan 1937, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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