Mrs M F Manning
Wood of Woman's Club Under the auspices of the Health ! Section of which Mrs. Elmer Trotu is chairman, the Wood River Wo man's Club gave a splendid progrnm at the. Legion Hall last, night Miss Harriet llyndmann of the Al : i • : 1on"Y. w".'cTAVVpokc"on the origin '• or the dance. Various dances illti-j stratcd her tfi'.k Ml.'-s Mathey wa.-•: piano accompaniM. Misses Isabel l-'nndcl nnd JInrrlelt Stowell. dressed : in Colonial costumes danced thu i minuet Virginia Wright did the toe '; dance; Frances oaretson interpreted j the natural dance. Betty Jane j Schwartzback acted out tho Bubble dance Miss Hymlmnnn also gave n ! resume of the various dances pccu- liar to the foreign countries. ; Mrs Walter Woods, director of phy-1 sical education of Shurtlcfr College, i spoke on the origin of physical cul-1 lure. A number of interesting fca- i lures in the supposedly, dally dozen.. were carried out very successfully by; the Misses Bernlcc Ernst and Dor- j othy Jenkins who were dressed in regulation gym uniforms and who went through the various form of J exercise under the direction of Mrs. I Wood. The entire program was put I on by Alton folks, and deserves much praise. A short business meeting proceeded the program at which the president and secretary presided. Mrs. M. P. .Manning, chairman ot Welfare, gave a report. Mrs, Herbert R. Bates was unanimously elected to membership In the club. It was announced that an executive executive board meeting of the 22nd District District officers will be held in Belle- ville In the near future. Also a lun- i cheon at the Stratford Hotel In Al- ton, reservations of which may be made with Mrs. James Foremann.