News: New Officers
Installed by Clark Grange (1950)
Contact: Ken Wood
Surnames: Benedict, Anderson, Rennak, Martin, Lehman, Smith, Holnbach, Pomon, Laavey, Elbergen
----Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood County, Wis.) Oct. 12, 1950 P. 17
New Officers Installed by Clark Grange
Loyal--Members of the Fremont Grange installed the officers of Clark County Grange No. 7749 at a meeting held at the York Center Hall Tuesday evening.
The meeting, which was attended by about 55 members of the two groups, was the first meeting of the new season. Plans for activities during the rest of the year were discussed and it was decided that future meetings will beheld on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at the York Center Hall.
The meeting held on the fourth Tuesday of esch month is an open meeting and the public is invited to attend. Grange organizations in the State now number about 57 with a total membership of nearly 4,000.
The officers installed at the Tuesday meeting were Rollie Benedict, Loyal, master; David Anderson, Granton, overseer; Lulu Rennak, Granton, lecturer; Elmer Martin, Granton, steward; Edna Lehman, Granton, assistant steward; Lloyd Smith, Granton, treasurer; Audrey Smith, Granton, secretary.
Julius Rennak, Granton, gatekeeper; Rena Holnbach, Loyal, Ceres; Alice Benedict, Loyal, Pomon; Anita Martin, Granton, Flora; Elizabeth Laavey, Granton, lady assistant steward; and Otto Holnbach, Loyal, Will Elbergen, Granton and Nyle Benedict, Layal, members of the executive committee.
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