Mrs M F Manning Women's Club 1st Year
of up Sere"i»i!!rVed by Mr». FreeBWn. \yood" River Woman'* Club HM Forty-Six TSti Wbbd^ River Woman's daring its firtt year of organization,; has forty-six members as *b.owi» by the handsome year book which has Just been printed. - • .The club work Is divided Into three ieparttnents, the literary and art sec- Ion, the music section and the house- hoi* science section. The officers of the club are: -Mrs. M. F. Manning, president; Mrs. A. K. Whitelaw, vice-president; Mrs. R. Parks, recording secretary; Mrs. SI. A. Beach, correspfend- •njt secretary, aid Mrs. O. Hoffmann, treasurer. The executive board consists of Mnu George I* Glilham, Mrs. J. R- Cirrtnger, Mrs. J. F. McCredie, Mrs. George W. Gunnlaoa and Mrs. M". F. MJahning. The.ca>ndar ihows that meetings will be held regularly,about i twfce a month from September to ^ay in the auditorium of the Wood RlVer school. M(w H. Gigaon IB chair- of of at man of the: literature and art section, and Mis* E.Weirmwood, , secretary; Mrs. George W. Gnnnison, chairman of the household science section, and Miss F. Whalen, secretary; Miss Minnie Sand, chairman of the music section, and Mrs. F. Gainer, secretary. The club member* are all active and progressive and the club haS already done touch in the way of the civic improvement of Wood River by inducing the council to allow the planting of some 2,000 trees in ' the park and along the public streets. .