Mrs M F Manning
Collinsville? Group On Program Of Wood River Cilib v. Perry Ray Addi-esses Women; Delegates Chosen W0 OD RIVER, April H.V Percy Bay, pastor of the MDtistchurch of OollinsvlUe, spoke Say to the Woman's Olub. The meeting was under the dlreu- to of Mrs. M. P. Manning and the Welfare section. fl» aw. Ray based"his discourse M "Child Welfare" emphasizing iff.. stateroen^ that all children need the "hothe touch" to tnake themi well MUrided citterns. I wtided the social service work .done to the state. ajMMjt composed oit Mrs, o. B. Birke, Mrs. Olln Mclntyre, Mm. Derwells, Jr., and Mrs. Web- twiii ch t te ' » ocoin l»n»«fi by Mrs. William Raemper, sang "Serenade& "Serenade& »Jto*«t and "Rose of ,My Heart" by Herman. ''M». Kaemper and Mrs. H. E. Qauen, to. a piano duet, played "MtUtary March" by Schubert. Refreshments Refreshments were served by the hostesses, hostesses, w,**^ ^ , E> '"Pton- president, was elected delegate to the state cou- .ventlon of Woman's clubs In Chicago Chicago May 16-17, Mrs, Otis Holmes Was named alternate. Delegates named to the dlstrlr.r convention at Lebanon April 25, are Mrs. Tipton, Mrs. J. P. Trabana, Mrs, qtls Holmes, Mrs. W. A. Bmltn, and Mrs. L. T, Carter. Alternates are MAI. Russell Durham, Mrs, Frank Bauer, Mrs. M. F. Manning, Mrs. John Hubbard, and Mrs. Roger ftolcomb. ,., New members received last night were Mrs. &. dlmmy, Mrs. Thorn** Kietutra, Miss Ruth Edwards, and Mrs. T. F. Eggmann, Mrs. Arnold Pfafflln, chairman of the, music section, announced that the Community Chorus woulc furnish the program for the next meeting. Wood River Band to Enter District Meet WOOD RIVER, April 10 — The East Alton-Wood River Community High School band of 47 pieces, ua> der the direction of Ralph Rltcney f he band master, will participate m the district contest of the southwest southwest Division of the state Band Association Association Thursday and Friday nights, at Edwardsvllle.