Mrs M F Manning

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....... .... poultry & from Apply district. of furnace, O. Rt. and Clark modern exchange; conveniences. Call Evergreen & St. you Wood River Presidents' Day Celebrated There was a large attendance ot women at the twenty-second district of the Illinois Federation ot Women's club meeting held in honor of Presidents' Presidents' Day yesterday at the First Baptist Baptist church. Out of town guests began arriving early for the all day session, which began at 10 o'clock and lasted until 4 in the afternoon. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. F. J. Wagner of Marlssa, president president of the twenty-second district, followed followed by the singing of America. Greetings were extended by Mrs. E, E. Mueller, new president of the Wood River club. A response by Mrs. A. G. Douglas wan followed by the Invocation Invocation by the Rev. Robert Bristol. Minutes of the preceding'meeting were read by Mrs. Walter Melster, of Colllnsvllle, the recording secretary. A silent tribute was paid to Mrs. Fred Talbott. The resolutions were read by Mrs. J. B. Bruso, chairman of resolutions. resolutions. Introduction of Mrs. Paul Carter, chairman of American citizenship department department nnd then the pledge to the flag. Mrs. Maud Mueller Allen pleased with a vocal solo. Mrs. Allen Is chairman chairman of the music committed for the Wood River club.' - Six club women spoke. Mrs. G. W. Qunnlson on "Your City Government;" Mrs. J, B. Foreman Foreman on Efficiency of Your Government;" Government;" Mrs. M. F. Manning, "Alien Churches and Schools;" Mrs, J. F. Traband, "Crime Prevention;" Mrs. Robert Parks on "Quality of Your Citizenship," and Mrs. M. F. Leever on "Public Health." Two Wopd River members who gave talks yesterday are on the district board, Mrs. G. Gunnlson and "Mrs. M. F. Manning. Following the talks, by the six Wood River women, questions were asked pertaining to their subjects and evidently evidently their talks interested the assemblage assemblage as all the questions received ready answers. ' At that period dinner was announced and the women repaired to the dining room where club colors of green and

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 08 Oct 1926, Fri,
  3. Page 18

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