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Clnb Mqetlng HeU. ) Tuesday morning of the vast week ·women of the Twenty-second district ·who are members of Federated clubs assembled at the'Young Women's Cbrisitiaa association parlors in East St. Louis for the fall board meeting. Mrs. J. Paul Carter of Nashville presided and much business of interest ·was transacted. The district is composed of five counties which include Bond, Washington, Iladison, Monroe and St. Clalr. There are now f if t-seven clubs in t 1 - district. The addition of the Hoylton Woman's club was voted at the board meeting. All of the county presidents -were Ik the meeting and all of the counties are organized with the exception of Madison. Mrs. L C. Heim of Edwardsville is calling a meeting early in October of club presidents for the purpose of organizing, in this county. Mrs. G. W. T. Reynolds recently appointed chairman of legislation, announced that the date for the regional conference which was arranged for October 19 has been set ahead one day and will be on October 18. This conference will be an all-day session at the First Methodist Episcopal church and there will be from 12 to 14 speakers, women of much note in the state of Illinois, who are well informed on bills introduced aid laws passed in the legislative halls of Illinois. The registration fee will be 75 centa and the luncheon ·will be 60 cents. The church ladies will serve the luncheon. East St. Louis, Effingham and Harrisburg are - the three cities in the state chosen for the confeernces. Mrs. Carter announced that the objective for hte state federation is organization work would be 400 junior clubs for 1929. She read a general report of the work accomplished at the state board meeting held in Springfield last week. The resignation of Mis. Daab (f Monroe county as county chairman and the appointment of Mrs. W. W. Mitchell was accepted. Mrs. R. J. Boylan, chairman of publicity announced a prize to be awarded at the Lebanon meeting to the club having the greatest representation. In the art contests which will in- c'ude the school children of the Twenty-second district, the subject of "Summer" has been chosen and it was stated by Mrs. E. E. Schnetp, the chairman that posters must be submitted. Heretofore the contestants have not distinguished between posters and pictures and have entered more sketches of the picture class than tney have posters. The awards are given careful consideration by the state art section and the competition is growing among the entrants. After the meeting the ladies adjourned to the cafeteria where they formed groups and enjoyed a lunch- Those attending the meeting were Mrs. Hardin Jackson, of Granite City, recording secretary; Mrs. J. E. Miller, East St. Louis; Mrs. A. W. Hutchings, Nashville; Mrs. J. Weigel, Okawvyie; Mrs. M. E. Bruce, Mrs. M. C. James and Mrs. Frank B. Young, East St. Louis; Mrs.~ Wm. Bahrenburg, Belleville; Mrs. Elise B. Drum, Mrs. G. H. Moser, Mrs. John Menz, Highland; Mrs. A. H. Schott, vice- THE BOOK OF Roosevelt, while studying of the.Naval War of 1812. Republican nomination for member was elected and served independence attracted wide his mother and wife died public life. Bj NEA. ·Diiongh Sptcml Pcrmmwn el l» president of the club of Highland; Mrs. L. C. Heim and Miss Laura Gonterman of Edwardsville; Mrs. Ellen M. Livesay, Hichview; Mrs. Webster Echols, Collinsville; Mrs. Louis Wolfort, Belleville, Mrs. Walter F. Coolidge, Granite Cityr "Mrs. Frank Keating, East St. Louis; Mrs. S. S. Bo.yle, Marissa, Mrs. T. A. Webster and Mrs. F. J. Wayne, Marissa; Mrs. E. E Schnepp, Greenville; Mrs. Hy. Needles, Granite City, Mrs. George N. Knobloch, Belleville; Mrs. John W. Maher, Mrs. G. W. T. Reynolds, East St. Louis; Mrs. James M. Vaughn, Greenville, Mrs. W. H. Blanck, Lebanon, Mrs. L. H. Pfeffer, Lebanon; Mrs. H. A. Dierkes, Edwardsville; Mrs. Harvey S. Smith and Mrs. R. J. Boylan, East St. Louis; Mrs. M. P. Manning, Wood River and Mrs. Estelle M. Nutter. Sho«er Was. Given. A miscellaneous shower was given yesterday at the home of Mrs. Anna Hazzard of Troy for Miss Hden Brooks of East St. Louis who will mariied to Adam Hazzard on October 6. A pleasant time was enjoyed and refreshments served. The bride to be received many gifts. Those present were: Mrs. Sophie Albright of Collinsville, Mrs. Leaa Blake of Collinsville, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller of Alton, Mrs. Natalie Scheffel of Alton, Mrs. Sop'ile Vetter of Troy, Mrs. Lizzie Hall and family, Mrs. Florence Weider and family, Mrs. John Voelker, Charles Voelker, Mrs. Gus Robinson, Mrs Fred Drey, and family, Miss Sophie Voelker and Mrs. Lena Lisenberg of Troy and Charles Hazzard of Edwardsville. _ Two Are Baptized. Benjamin Walter, little son oE Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Ashauer was baptized yesterday morning at the Trinity Lutheran church by Rev. E W. Jahn. The sponsors were Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Ashauer. Lorraine Mae, little daughter o r. and Mrs. William Lychotski o hicago was baptized yesterday aft rnoor by Rev. Jahn at the homo o grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Aue st Lycbotski. The sponsors wer grandparents. Entertained at Dinner. had the feared and Is

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 01 Oct 1928, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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