Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - e c WOODRlVER Women'* Club Annual Banquet I...
e c WOODRlVER Women'* Club Annual Banquet I jftS l night tho Women's club he!3 .(• annual banguet in the First Presbvterlatt'Church parlors. More (ban nfty women.were present. The long tables Were decorated ff ltu spring flowers. The place cards wore at each place attached to marigolds with white, ribbon. Mrs. Joseph Traband, as tpastmlstresB Introduced the speakers of the evening The delightful program was given M follows: Mrs. H. Allen sang a selection very beautifully and responding with an encore. Mrs. Allen play nil her own accompaniment, ^Mrs. Floyd Carter pleased with a delight- fttl mdln$. MM. R, Jf, Boyl.n of ». St. Louis gave a most Interesting talk on club work. Mrs. Irene Elder Meyers in her usual pleasing manner gave a vocal number. She was accompanied by tier sister, Miss Mary Elder. The incoming president, Mrs. James Foreman was then Introduced and made a short address to her club. Mrs. George Qunnlson a former president wag called upon to make a few remarks; also Mrs,, Rob' ert Parks who had served as president several years ago. Mrs. Henry Needles, retiring prei- ident of the 22nd district Federation , of Women's cluba ot Illinois gave a short talk which waa very Interesting. Mrs. Eugene Qasklns, retiring secretary of the 2Znd district Federation of Women's Clubs of Illinois made a humorous but very Impressive talk to the women which PRINCESS ctAM THt HOMM OP PARAMOU fMB ONLY EXCLUSIVE MOTION PtCTWU THRATtlt IN TOW* TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ADOLOH tUKOh PMitNTS |*t A • *V!^)^:^, • DOROTHY DALTON ..•*..--jiff ^ i i*f ji-j- ~-K-.*r *Yi >** I". '^TF T T 1 ~ 1 |i Hi' Jji|i1irr Tin mi n 1|» in ifH i by ft •httri «ttt VttW w 150 foet of ground 6n Rice streat, u _k».A1» W*» %*«4jl rl TT mMiM ** J •,._ ** 'i., . *u* * . _.- ' ful talk on club work by Mrs, 0. It. Lynch of Edwardsvlllo. The retiring president, Mrs. M. V, Manning made the closing talk. Mro. Manning at various times had Very efficiently served in the capacity pf president, At the close of the pro- jroom, Mrs. Oasklns made mention of the fact that May the 8th, being tji« one hundredth anniversary of the song "Home Sweet Home", It, would be very fitting for the ladles to, close their program by singing th? old favorite number. The women arose and sang while Mrs, Allan accompanied them on the piano. Miss MoKelvy III. Miss Mable McKelvy is still Indisposed at her homo aa the result of injuries received in an automobile accident Sunday njght. Ladles Aid to Serve Dinner, the Ladies Aid Society ot the United Brethern church will meet all day Thursday In . the church basement. At noon they will serve a dinner to the public. ' Returns Home Hugh Carnahan left Monday evening for Burlington, Iowa, to join his wife and children and to accompany them home. Mrs. Carnahan and children have been spending the past 6 weeks visiting with her par- onts at Burlington. Enjoy Day In 8t Louis Mr. and Mrs. Gled Tefcraau and little son, Robert, motored . to St. Louis Sunday and enjoyed the day at Forest Park returning to their home In the evening. ' Presbyterian Ladlea Aid Society to Meet Thursday, There will be a meeting of thn _ __ , owned by ttafry picker to Paul Scott of East Alton. Mr. Scott wilt have two houses erected on the lots. Meeting Postponed. The Altar Hocjety of St. Bernard's Churcli will not meet nml new on Thursday dut to it being Ascension day. To Give Anniversary Twa. May the 13th The Women's Club will give nn Anniversary Tea in the Wood River School building. The ladles will bring a penny for each Mrs. St. hy . _ a year of their nge, Tho proceeds I tirlll l**»..».,.Jli_*.*_ , * , by will be usod to defray* the expenses of a trip for the retiring president to the meeting to be held soon In Chicago. A program Is being arranged for the affair and tlie ladles aro anticipating H most delightful tlmo. Mrs. M. P. Manning, the retiring president of the Club has had a most successful year In her club work. She has been president for several times, Mrs. James Foreman Is the coming president for the new year. Royal Neighbors Special Meettlng The Royal Neighbors Lodge have called a special meeting for Thursday afternoon. •Blstrlct Deputy, Irma Robbins of East St. Louis will be present to give a talk on'lodge work, A full aUenda,nco la desired. Mrs. R. W. Huitt secretary of the lodge will be there from 2 until 4 to take care of dues, and will also be present In the evening. , To Spend Tyo Weeks In Terre Haute Mr. and Mrs. James Nasboln and child motored to Terre Haute, Ind., where they will spend two weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nasben and Mr, and Mrs. John 13. 8th mother,

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 09 May 1923, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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