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PAGE TWBNTY-F1VIS Fall Meet for Junior Women Held Monday at Wood River in E. WOOD RIVER. — District and state officers were guests at the fall convention of the 22nd district of Junior Woman's Clubs, attended by 55 members, at Wood River School, Monday evening. They were Mrs. Oscar Schmidt, district president of the Federation of Woman's Clubs: Mrs. Robert Chapman, contact chairman for the juniors and public welfare chairman chairman of the state federation; Mrs. Florence Day, Madison County president; and Mrs. Edward Hollman, Hollman, junior director for the south ern region. The evening's entertainment included included a humorous talk by Jerry Trattler, of Illlnl Toastmasters, entitled, entitled, "The Menace." Miss Vera Jones, vocal music instructor of the high school, presented the Melo-tones, a group of sophomore girls, in a number of vocal selections. selections. Mrs. William Roe, district dlrec' tor, conducted a business meeting. She appointed Mrs. Roy Adams, of the local club, as chairman of a nominating committee to present a slate of officers for election at the April meeting at the Junior Wednesday Club In East St. Lout*, Program chairman for the convention convention was Mrs. Jean Lewder, first vice-president of th* Wood River Club. Hostesses for the dinner dinner were members of the execu* live board, Mrs. Clifton Seymour, Mrs. Francis Manning, Mrs. Con McConnell Jr., Mrs. Dale Fink, Mrs. Thomas Young, Mrs. Edwin Marks, Mrs. Phillip Schoppet, Mre. Robert Wegman, and Mrs. Charlei Bartels. Telegraph W»nt Adi "CLICK" HUNT HARDWARE ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS Telephone 4-8015 • Hardware • Plumbing Supplies • Electrical Floor Sander* For Rent Hours Dally: 8 A.M. to 6 PJtf. Sunday: 8 A.M. to Noon.