Mrs M F Manning
club Women to Meet In v Edwardsvllle, Thursday Manv Alton nnd Wood River club ' will en In Kdwardsvllln, Thurs- ntteml the Mny meeting of'the •-Second lllstrict Federation of K Clubs. A most excellent pro„„,„ .,!f. been arranged. The district vfl cl"ot three nfflcers--Vlce President, Corresponding Sorrctary and a Tr«»siirer. Mrs. Henry Needles 01 City was elected , president! to list spring and will hold over for another yrar. ' Following the singing of America rod tho recitation of the Ixird's Prayer, Mrs. H. A. Dlerkes of Edwards- TlTlft 'will extend a welcome to the visitovR. Mrs. Robert. Boylan of Kast St Louis will make the response, Mrs. Frtd .T. Wagner, Jr., of Marissa will niT6 tho treasurer's report; Mrs. refill of Granite City, the Secretary's report and liinCrerlpnlinl Committee's report wiJJ be given by Mrs. A. O. Tuxhorn. for the morning session willv be furnished by tho Monday Club Sex trtte of Krlwnrdsville. Members of (he Shiibert Club and the Orphans Club nf f-olUnsville. Mrs. Walter Me- Nab Miller will speak on Health. Miss: Martha fnnnole will introduce thej pp?alcr>r of the day. : ' The afternoon wfll be given over to rtports top-ether with some music by thft Schubert Club of East St. Louis and by Mrs. Molster of Collinsvllle who jvlll furnish one of her own compositions—Spring Maid- Additional music will be furnished by the Ed- warrisvllle Sextette, Schubert Club of East St.. Louis and the Orphans Club. A special feature of the afternoon will tie Mrs. Needles' introduction of 17 new flubs representing 1100 members. Reports on Americanization by Mrs. J. K. Ewing; Training in Citizenship, Mrs. Albert Bengius: Homo Econo rales, hy Mrs. Leila Worgnerter; Mrs. (', 11. Hollos and Mrs. Don Turner: Literature. Mrs. G. T. W. Rey-| nold?; Music, Mrs. C. S. Skaggs; Speakers' Bureau List, Mrs. Hanson: Public Welfare, Mrs. D. Waylnck; Child's Welfare, Mra. Geo. L. Moorman; Industrial and Social Conditions, Mrs. M. F. Manning, Wood River, will be. given at the afternoon session. Mrs. William H. Hart of Benton, 111.. will speak on Public Welfare. Mrs. Hart, who is a past president of the Illinois Federation, will be introduced by Mrs. Martin, chairman of the District H ml tli Committee.