Mrs Anna Manning
the National hn of your Mrs. to of hos- th» In WoodRiverGarden Club Entertained WOOD RIVKR. — Mrs. A. E. Melners entertained 18 members of the Garden Club, Wednesday afternoon at her home, 530 First street A nominating committee wn* appointed by the president. Those appointed were Mrs. Earl Hessenauer, Mrs. A. E. Melners, and Mrs. H. M. Sanders. Mrs. Hulda Traband, assisted by Mrs. Arthur Cronan and Mrs. J. M, Delnney, gave a tribute to Mrs. Anna Manning, founder of the club, who died In December. The co-hostesses, with Mrs. Meln- ers, were Mrs. Herman Schuelcr and Mrs. Goebel Knauss. The next meeting will be held Feb. 20 at the home of Mrs. Earl Hessenauer, G 1 e n d a I e Gardens, with Mrs. V. R. Garden and Mrs. C. Locke co-hostesses. Mrs. William Knetzer Is program, chairman. Of officer, A p. m.