Mrs F J Manning
Junior Women at Wood River Elect New Slate of Officers WOOD RIVER. —• Mrs. Robert argili is the new president of the Junior Woman's Club, succeeding Mrs. Francis Manning. First vice president is Mrs. Dale Fink. Other officers elected at Monday evening's potluck supper meeting of the club held in the Wood River ichool are Mrs. Ed Marks, second vice president; Mrs. Byron Baldridge, corresponding secretary; Mrs. James Chubb, recording secretary; Mrs. William Harrison, treasurer; Mrs. Ed Westoff, hlstor- an, and Mrs. William Cox, member-at-large. Mrs. L. L. Baker is ontact chairman with the Senior Woman's Club. Mrs. Karl Rohr, chairman of the membership drive, announced that he second team had won. The first earn, which lost, will conduct a bake sale soon. Twenty-five new members joined the club during he year. Mrs. Thomas Young, co-chairman of the finance committee, reported on the style show. Mrs. Roy Adams, co-chairman of the banquet committee, reported that the banquet will be held May 27 at the Hotel Stratford In Alton. The club received a 25-year award from the Illinois Federation of Woman's Club. Mrs. Manning reported that the 22nd district annual potluck meeting will be held March 30 at 6:30 p.m. in Granite City. Those desiring transportation to this meeting should contact Mrs Manning or Mrs. Cargill. A council meeting will be held in Highland Wednesday at 3 p.m. It was voted *to send the new president and new first vice president to the_state convention. The club also voted to send $100 to the state junior project, which Is aid to exceptional children. At the April 13 meeting of the club, mothers of club members and members of the Senior Woman's Club will be guests. Mrs. Cargill read the club collect. Mrs. Homar Davis was voted a new club member, and Mrs. Bruce Turvold was a guest. Hostesses were Mrs. William Fisher, Mrs. William Cox, and Mrs. Frank Shoppet.