Mrs M F Manning
Wood River In Mfemorlnm Wliereas, it has pleased the Al- ruighty God in his tnilntto wladom to remove from our midst an esteemed, esteemed, member ot our cluh, Mrs. Hortense Hortense Boedy Ratz, nnd Whoreas, we appreciate tho beautiful beautiful example she gave us In life by her kind, noblo and generous na- turo, ever charltablo in word and act to other's, and especially in hor nnsollc patience in hor last Suffer- inp:, thnreforo bo it Resolved, that wo, tho members of the Woman's Club of Wood TUv- or do hereby express our heartfelt sympathy to her bereaved husband, motHor nnd family who hovo lost an affectionate, loving wife, daughter and Bister. And be It further Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions bo sent to the bereaved family a,nd a copy spread on the records of our Club. \ The way Is dark, O Lord, Let the light shine about my path, For Thon hast taken mine. Give me with clearer eyes Thy grace to see; And keep, uptll I come, My own for me. MBS. M. P. MANNING: MRS. T. P. EGGMANN. Cor. Secy.