News: Central Clark County Homemakers (31 Mar 1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Zawadski, Brey, Querin, Pekol, Schwarze, Zickert, Moberg, Noah, Gordee, Verschay, Parkel, Ulesich, Lesar, Koschak, Govek, Gardner, Horn, Bolf
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 3/31/1966
Central Clark County Homemakers (31 March 1966)
The How and Why Homemakers met last Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Eugene Zawadski with Mrs. Francis Brey presiding. Mrs. Tom Querin gave the lesson on "Tolerance amid Tensions." A sale was held with articles, baked goods and white elephants donated by members. Proceeds will go to the Retarded Children’s Camp fund. The spring council meeting was discussed. Mrs. Querin demonstrated how to wrap a "saree". A lunch was served by Mrs. Zawadski. The next meeting will be held April 13, at the home of Mrs. James Pekol. The health lesson will be given by Eugene Zawadski.
The West Side Homemakers meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Otto Schwarze last Tuesday afternoon. The project lesson was presented by Mrs. Martin Zickert and Mrs. Elery Moberg. The group discussed Achievement Day. The next meeting will be held April 19 at the Emil Noah home. Mrs. Earl Gordee will present the health lesson.
Mrs. John Verschay was hostess to the Willard Homemakers Monday evening. Two guests present were Mrs. Frank Parkel and Mrs. Tony Ulesich. The lesson was presented by Mrs. John Lesar and Mrs. Frank Koschak. Plans for Achievement Day were discussed. The next meeting will be held April 18 at the home of Mrs. Frank Govek. The health lesson will be given by Mrs. John Verschay and Mrs. Frank Govek.
Members of the Jolly Homemakers met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Gardner. The group discussed Achievement Day. Mrs. Herbert Horn presented the lesson on "Tolerance amid Tensions." The next meeting will be held April 18 at the home of Mrs. Tony Bolf. The lesson "Diabetes" will be presented by Mrs. Lloyd Horn.
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