Mrs M F Manning, Wood River Woman's Club 20th Anniversary

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Mrs M F Manning, Wood River Woman's Club 20th Anniversary - irs* Manning tonoredbyClub At Wood River hut...
irs* Manning tonoredbyClub At Wood River hut tlct »Fetes First President On 20th Anniversary VOOD RIVER, April 1.—One idred women attended the twen- annlvcrsary celebration of the Woop River Woman's Club at the of Its founder, Mrs. M. F. Manning Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. S. Haworth gave a piano selection; Mrs. Kenneth Lauren, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Hanson sang; Mrs. Ben Lewis played two 'cello solos, accompanied by Mrs. Arnold Pfafflin. Mrs. J. E. Mahoney, accompanied by Miss Lcona Ringering, sang; Ralph. Ritchie, accompanied by Mrs. Pfafflin, gave two violin selections; Miss Mary K. Stumper, accompanied by her sister, Miss Prances, sang two selections. towards gave a piano Arnold Pfafflin Election, and at 4 original march and dedicated Woman's Club. being played, ers followed by Ambers marched their places in | the club presi- "f. P. Manning, then Mrs. eorge Gunnl- and Mrs. |Each of the , yellow rose, which was B paper, upon liestlon con- >ry of the i unwound' her story, to Mrs. i for her ho was fc-s. Ralph mother, • con- fcroduced |oolidge. orlg- read the "20" piece, the rs. Miss Ruth selection; Mi gave a piano o'clock played •which she com' to the Wood Ri' As the marcl the charter the first year downstairs and the dining room Mrs. O. O. Tip! dent, presented Ms the club's first pr Robert Parks, Mn in, Mrs. Frank •illiam Bacheldo) •women was around the steam 1 wound a tiny slip which was written cerning the early club. After each her questionaire s she presented her Manning. Mrs. Newton Jessu; mother, Mrs. G. unable to be present Volz read a letter frci Mrs. S. A. Beach, who gratulatlons. Mrs. O. G. Tipton t the county president, Mrs. Herbert Paton inal toast. Mrs. Fred letters of congratulatio: Two cakes ornamem club colors formed the which, used as a table were cut by Mrs. Man: request of Mrs. Ernest man of the American Hoi Mrs. J. B. Foreman, Jolley, Mrs. Russell Bell, John Hubbard presided table. Mrs. Rosetta O'Neil w est club member present. Lutheran Servici of a in of

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 01 Apr 1936, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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