Mrs M F Manning
J Ornelius, who will vfnit at her home. Women's Club Recaption. ^Mdr* than a hundred people were last evening at r«- _ for the teachbrs of River and Hartford schools, the school board members, and th«fr wives, the Community Nurses, the elub members and husbands, by the executive board of the Wood RJvw W ?. m ? n 'V olub ' Th8 reception was held in the school auditorium which was very attractively decorated in the Thanksgiving style. The pelts were decorated in festooning of corn fodder and Tines. •Mrs, J0B6p$i Blind &&d Mm OhM Vaughn presided at the long table where coffee was poured. .—-- a pretty and attractive center-piece was used, a broken pumpkin, ailed with fruit* and nuts. The festooning of vines and wild ferns were effectively used to decorate the table with yellow candles producing pretty shaded effects, together with the light being shaded in yellow, the club colors. Potted plants and vines were used o;uite extensively. A delightful mtiMtatning program was rendered by the following: H Welcome address—Mrs. Chartea Graves. Solo—Mrs. H. B. Bndlcott Solo—Mrs Russell Durham. Reading—Mrs. Carter Instrumental and vocal solos—Dr and Mrs. Allen. The executive board consists of Mrs. ^Charles Graves, chairman; Mm. F. M. Manning, Mrs. Charles Vaughn, Mrs. RoAoh, Mrs. Tuley, Mrs. Ounnison, Mm. Burroughs, Mrs. Fore, man, Mrs. PaMw, and Mrs. Osborn who. Were assisted by the younger club members. Refreshments of pumpkin pie, cheese and coffee were served which f»rtlu*r cairied out the Thanksgiving spirit. ' Some yery delightful programs have been given by the Women's club this season, as there has been wonderful Interest taken by the club member*. M. O.