Mrs F Manning
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ll,ltSi 11 IVetr Members Join Junior Woman 9 * Club at Wood River WOOD RTVER - Kleven n*w members were voted Into the .Tun- j lor Woman's Club Monday night. They are Mrs. Joseph Burr. Mrs Daniel llfert. Mrs. John Hebe!. Mrs. Marshall Smith. Mrs. Seymour Seymour Stein. Mrs. Howard ('.old. Mrs. James Karl. Mrs. Dale Ball and Mrs. Alfred Galley. Mrs. William Newberry. representative representative of the Alton League of Women Voters, spoke on the proposed proposed revenue act to be voted on in November. The treasurer's report was givon by Mrs. Dale Fink, and members wore asked to save old or unusual stamps for the Veterans Public Henlth and Welfare serviro. Mrs. Forrest Brown will be in charge of collection of the stamps. The club will have "Husband's Night", Oct. 28. at the Westerner Club. Members are asked to bring their own table service. Some changes In the club bylaws bylaws were approved and announcement announcement made of a silver tea to be given at the home of the president, Mrs. Francis Manning, 282 S. Ninth St. Sunday afternoon from i to S p. m. Hostess** fur ttw evening were Mrs. Karl Roto, Mn. William Harrison Harrison and Mrs. Dal* Pink. WOOD RIVER-Th* annual foil meeting Of the MltftMn County l ! nlt of IlllnoH FMtontton of Woman's Woman's Clubs wai held Tuttday at the Upper Alton Baptist Church. Mrs. B. T. Chapman of E4- wardivllle, president of tnt unit, conducted th« meeting. Walter Woodcock, executive Mcrttary nf the GAAC was the speaker for the session and talked on "Cltltemhip Responsibility," Mrs. Klmer Gillis. prtlldent of the Wood River Woman'! Club attended attended the meeting. We will win the battl* for peace only after we have won the battle of Washington. — Gen. Dwlght Klwnhow.er.