Mrs M F Manning
'ALTON EVENING River News and B, fl L. 8. the lah Johnson returned with her for a visit ot several days. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith of Whttelaw avenue announce the birth of a ten-pound son. He has been named John Franklin. Dr. w. J. Mcaulll of the Standard Oil Co,, spoke on the "Lubrication of Oils" at the meeting of the Rotary Club at the Washington Cafe on Monday noon. Miss Agnes Shirley of Olassgow, Kl ._ visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Blevlns, Woman's Club's Committees For New Year Named The Wood River Woman's Club held its first meeting of the season at tha American Legion Home last night, The new president, Mrs. Ralph Volz, presided. The program was given by the Educational Committee of which Mrs. w. I. jolly, Mrs. a. A. Smith and Mrs. Frank Bauer are the members. Mrs. William Water* of Godfrey read a paper on "Early American Pood stuff" and pointed out that many of fruits and vegetables were in cultivation cultivation by the Indian long before the coming of the white man. Miss Mlnnla Retterath played two piano solos, "Tee-pee Land," and "In- dlan Lament," which are compositions of W. D. Armstrong. An accordlan solo by Sava Maletlch Completed the program. The new year books were distributed distributed and contain interesting oro- grams. tti^ 6 new COMmi W«w Me as follows: WeUare, Mrs. M. P. Manning, Mrs L. L. Tuley, Mrs. T. P. Eggmarm Mrs. William Penrose, Mrs a A Vote, Mrs. W. A. Tlpton, Mrs Paul Sohleper, Mrs. C. E. Thurman Mrs Joe BUvki, Mrs. Frank Xtauta M' and Mrs™!?' Dwight Loper, Mrs, B. B. Harrta, Mrs. Herbert Bates. Auditing— Mrs. John Frlck, Mrs. 0, A, James, Mrs. W. H. Bacheldor. Civic— Mrs. Val Rcls, Mr». Rodger Holcomb. Mrs. F, J. Gainer, Mrs. J. F. McCreedle, Mrs. L. H. Holland. Education— Mrs. W. I. Jolly, Mrs. O, A. Smith, Mrs. Frank Bauer. Literature and Art— Mrs. John Mctzgar, Miss Clyde Hart, Mrs. Glenn O, DeAtley, Mrs. Ralph Welch. Music— Mrs. C. C. Btadtmann, Mrs. Don Williams, Mrs, J. E. Mahoney. Mrs. Vern Schuster, Homo Economics— Mrs. E. V. Glehl, Mrs. Dwight Loper, Mrs. Russell Bell, Mrs. G. G. Gukcr, Mrs. J. W. Akers. Health-Mrs. J. J. Maloney, Mrs. F. Garner, Mrs. Z. D. Lumly, Club Gossip— Mrs B. H, Weston, Mrs. M. L. Bramer, Mrs. J. K. Towey Plans for the Community Fair which is to be given by the club on Sept, 24, as, 20, were explained and the various committees named. The Woman's Club went on record as deeming the Wood River Community Park a great asset to the city of Wood River. The chairman, Mrs. O. O. Tlpton and Mrs. M. F. Manning, assistant chairman of the Community Fair which is to be held in the recreation recreation pavilion were enthusiastic in their praise of the merchants who are lending every means possible to make this event a success. A style show of which Mrs. M. 8. Emmons Is chairman will be one of the features. features. The pavilion has been divided divided for booths which were sold to the merchants. Visiting-Mrs! Paul Schleper, Mrs. . Trout, Mrs. Ralph Welch, Mrs. B. B, Harris, Mrs. Berar Berar t° n ' Mr s- Roger Holoomb and ' H ', C .f lessln were the h<wt«sses at last night's meeting Refreshments WCrO Attachment for Sanders Deputy Sheriff Clarence Miller rfinL^ 0 f pr !?*" cld to day to bring Clinton Sanders into City Court £«*?,,.,, l r an attachD «">t l«>ued tin* «f £, b ? cauae ot alle * e<1 Cation Cation of the terms of a divorce decree MODERN FRAME HOUSE— Paved street. Close to schools, churches and business district Reasonable price for quick To tics arc of Hit soon for the few departure Monday entertained of her Hnnes of were Miss Hanley, Virginia plrdhlll, Mnric Winifred Miss Tuesday dinner given Mrs. Mnry Covers wre Mary Olcdhlll, VirKinia Hanley, Miss Fleming, Miss Miss at a tea of her 503 modern water condition, party. Last Str.