Mrs M F Manning
TELEGRAPH < i an wit bri to Wood River Gltib To Honor GHai?ter Members at Tea WOOD niVER, April 19.—The Woman's Club of Wood River will hold Its annual tea Tuesday afternoon afternoon at the home' of Mrs. M. F. Manning, 382 South tflnth street and will honor its charter members. Mrs, Manning organized the club and was made its first president, 19 years ago. •;'•'•. ' Two of the charter members who were present when the club was organized, are deceasedr Mrs. George Glllham and Mrs. • E. E. Endlcott. ' v. : Others have moved away." Charter members still residing here are Mrs. Manning^ Mrs. Robert Parks, Mrs. J. F. McCredle, Mrs. W. H. Bacheldor, Mrs. J.' K. Towey, Mrs. F. J. Gainer and Mrs. George Buck. .- i • The tea will Include a musical program, In which club members will participate. ( Mrs. Louis Wedell of East St. Louis, president of'the twenty-second twenty-second district, and Mrs. R. C; Raymond Raymond of Collinsvllle, • president of the Madison county division, will be guests. Hostesses for the afternoon are Mrs. O. G. Tlpton, Mrs. Otis Holmes, Mrs. J, A. Hubbard, Mrs. Ralph Volz, Mrs. Fred Berry, Mrs. B. M. Harrod. Mrs. F. W. Bauer, Mrs. E. R. Durham, Mrs. C. C. stadtman, Mrs. R., L. Holcomb, Mrs. J. B. Foreman, Mrs. H. R. Barton, and Mrs. Ernest. Giehl. Tea at Morgan Home WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Park Morgan Morgan and Mrs. Fred Berry were hos- tesses itottwday to their club at the home'of'Mr*. Morgan with a bridge tea. : ; .: prizes tor bridge were won by Mrs. Clifford Manlove, Mrs, DOrls carfleld, Mrsi L. H. Holland, and Mrs. O.' L. McKlnney.. Mrs. Zoda LUmley received a special prize for excelling In an Easter egg hunt. Paul Weaver, brother of Mrs. Berry, who has been her guest, and guest of his parents in Edwardsvllle, left Tuesday for his home in No* York City. • , WOOD. RIVEIV-Mlss Trula Enke of Bunker Hill was surprised Thurs day nlghtbyagtoup of Bunker Hill relatives and.friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Helmkamp oh Acton avenUe, in 'celebration of her birthday. Pinochle Wa8< the'diversion. Rfr freshments .brought by the guests were'serVed. r/ ' Mm.' Curtlss Entertains WOOD RIVER—The Cozy Corner Corner Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ford Curtlss on Harnett street. Eight-members were present. Mrs. Hays Mallory was an additional guest, -Kaster games were played. Prizes were, won by Mrs. E.H.Reed- er and Mrs. Raymond Hlghflll. Mrs. Ralph Harris wlll.bei hostess to the club' at its next meeting. French Literary Shrine Sold CARRENNAC, France M 5 )—The fine old priory in which Fenelon, bishop of Cambrai, wr,ote "The Adventures Adventures of. Telememachus,". a 17th century book over, which generations generations of .school boys have pored, has been sold for the modest sum of $2,500. V Cambridge, England, has experimented experimented with a type of oats that will stand up under a heavy rain.