Mrs M F Manning
PAGE FIFTEEN More Shoes* Clothes Needed for Relief At Wood River WOOD RIVER, March 10.—Local relief headquarters has felt the effects effects of the sudden cold snap after the mild winter, according to Mrs. M. F. Manning, who Is in charge there, Calls for heavier children's fcnd men's underwear and coats, and increased calls lor shoes have been coming in during tho past few j days, Mrs. Manning said today. She issued a request today especl- Uy for shoes between the sizes of and 91-2 for boys from 6 to 6 years of age. School children ere especially in need of clothing, he said, which would enable them o continue attendance of classes. Even though shoes had worn- ut soles, Mrs. Manning advised, he relief organization would re- >alr those with good uppers If they were brought to headquarters and urned over.