Mrs M F Manning
_ Wood River flub Hears Welfare Work Outlined legion Auxiliary Birectoif Talks to Women's Group WOOD RIVER, March ]•-**«: rtM Soliday dtotrict toector of e American Legion Aurillary, and night. t Mrs. SOliday revealed many terestlng facts in ^ nn ® c ± n . rehabilitation of war veterans piano solos and also —.-,:.-'..*.» Sirs. Russell Durham, who Bang "Indian Dawn" and "Trees.' MW. MT F. Manning, chairmani of w«* fare jrave a resume of tne wont bMng carried on at the township relief commission headquarter-. A creed, written by Mrs. Manning Manning on why she continues to carry on with the welfare work was rtad. During the business meet tag It was decided by the club to hold an* other card party for the purport.of raising funds. It was also decided to endeavor to increase the club membership. Mrs. Oliver Wells, a former member, member, upon moving back to Wood River, was re-instated. Refreshments Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Bryant Harrod, Mrs. J. K. Towey, Mrs. 3. P. Lavlck, Mrs. F. F. Hoffmann, Mrs. M. Bowman, and Mrs. J. F. Traband. This afternoon a group of women rom tha club gave a card party ,1 the Alton State Hospital for the Disabled' war veterans. Tne women took prizes, which 'were awarded, and refreshments, which were served to the men.