Mrs M F Manning

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Mrs M F Manning - Woman's Club at WoodRiver Holds Welfare Meeting...
Woman's Club at WoodRiver Holds Welfare Meeting \f« Mrs. Of 22nd District, Speaker WOOD RIVER, Dec. 16.—Mrs. dark Waddell. president of the Twenty-second District Federation j of Women's Clubs of East St. Louis and Mrs. R. C. Raymond of CM- 1/ntvfHe were guest speakers at the j meeting of the Wood River Wo-, nuns' Club at the Wood River School Tuesday Bight. Mrs. Waddell spoke on "Joining; the General Federation," and also< , ! I ! J announced the eontestswhich wiU | at carried on in the district. , v let, and scrap-book contest, a new one this year, the competition competition of garden photographs," she said. All pkture* Must be entirely the at on ^^fySSS^S^ > ^ name of the photographer and her address. The themes of poems for the poetry poetry contest must be "nature", or -gardens^ wardsville Playlets submitted must be of 15 minutes, maximum duration. i There may be two kinds of scrap-; books—those of "gardens- and j those of regular club activities. ! All state federated Junior and'home senior club members are eligible to! enler these contests, Mrs. Waddell; said. ! Mrs. Raymond spoke on the or- i ganization of the-District Federa-! Uon of Womens* dubs, which was organized by Mrs. Marie Schnepp to Greenville. Mr*. Waddea then read her re- port as district chairman, Mr. and on Mrs. Walter Hall placed two piano duets, Mrs. Jack Harmon recited a poem of parting to Mrs. Don Stacker and Mrs. David Smith, who are moving from Wood River. Mrs. Bryant Harrod, the club president, presented the women with gifts of remembrance. Mrs. M. F. Manning Manning made a short talk on welfare, and a welfare movie was shown. It was decided by the dub to purchase J5 worth of tuberculosis seals, and the Health Section was empowered to supervise the selling of Bangle Pins, whkh consist of tiny red crosses corresponding to those on the tuberculosis seat* which are to be used on tag days. Miss Grace Darling and Mrs. I* S. Gimmy will be in charge. Mrs. W I. Jolley gave a report on moving pictures. Mrs. Glenn De Alley read the purposes and aims of the state welfare welfare committee and Mrs. M. F. Manning told of the club holding a picnic in days gone by, for welfare, site having been welfare chairman since the club was organized. per ill left as Carbondale Mr. Joe visitors Meyers. their Hall

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 16 Dec 1936, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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