*««-***«•* MRS. M. F, MANNING Auxiliary Honors Mrs. Manning WOOD RIVER, May 5—Mrs. M. F. Manning was presented with a gold past president's pin by the Wood River American. Legion Auxiliary last evening at the meeting held at the home of Mrs. Fenton Soliday on Ninth street. Mrs. Peter Nader, president, presented the pin as a tribute to Mrs. Manning who assisted In organization of the group and served as its first president 13 years ago. This wa* the first past president's pin given by the auxiliary. Mrs. Manning is a club and welfare worker. On March 31 she was honored at a tea held at her home in observance of the anniversary of organization of the Wood River Woman's Club, that was formed at her home 20 years ago and for which she served as first president. Recently Mrs: Manning organized a club among the women of St. Bernard's Catholic church. The presentation of the pin to Mrs. Manning last evening was preceded by a short business meeting o fthe Legion Auxiliary, and was followed by the serving of refreshments. Mrs. Charles Baker assisted Mrs. Soliday in entertaining.