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Mrs M F Manning - Mueller's welcome. Addresses will be given by...
Mueller's welcome. Addresses will be given by six Wood River women at the morning session. The general theme for discussion by the Wood River women will be "Know Your Own Community." Mrs. George Gunnlson will impair nn "Vnnr ri»\» Mrs. E. E. Mueller to Welcome Welcome the Visitors—Six Wood River Women to Give Talks. The annual Presidents' Day meeting of the Twenty-second District, Federation Federation of Women's Club will be held at the Baptist Church In Wood River on next Thursday, Oct. 7, and Alton club women plan to attend the meeting, which will be presided over by the district president, Mrs. Fred J, Wagner Wagner of Marlssa. The meeting will open at 10 o'clock, with Mrs. E. E. Mueller of Wood River giving the address of welcome. Mrs. A. G. Douglas of Nashville, vice president of the.dis- trict, will make the response to Mrs. Gunnlson will speak on "i'our City Government"; Mrs. J. B. Foreman, "Efficiency of Your City Government"; Government"; Mrs. M. F. Manning, "Aliens, Churches and Schools"; Mrs, ~J. F. Traband on "Crime Prevention"; Mrs. Robert Park on "Quality of Your Citizenship" Citizenship" and Mrs. F. M. Leever on "Public Health". Mrs. H. c. Rodenhoueer of Peorla, state federation chairman of American citizenship, will give two addresses, one In the morning and the other in the afternoon. The singing of "America" will open the morning session, while "America, the Beautiful" and "Illinois, Our Illinois" Illinois" will be sung In the afternoon. "Illinois, Our Illinois," by Mrs. Charles H, Burton of Edwardsvllle will be sung bj- a quartette. Luncheon will be served at noon, with reservations to be made with Mrs. G. G. Guker of Wood Rlvr, before before Tuesday, October 6. On account of the closeness of the city in which the Presidents' Day meeting Is being held, it is expected that all the federated federated clubs of Alton will be largely represented. of of A in of to a

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 04 Oct 1926, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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