News: Central Clark County (Homemakers - 1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Bolf, Horn, Braun, Richmond, Wessel, Stafford, Stewart, Cox, Hill, Drew, Ludwig, Pekol, Zawadski, Querin, Voss
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/28/1966
Central Clark County (Homemakers - 1966)
The Jolly Homemakers met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Tony Bolf. Election of officers was held. The new president is Mrs. Herbert Horn; Mrs. Clayton Braun, vice president; Mrs. Jerald Richmond, secretary; and Mrs. Ted Wessel, treasurer.
Plans were made for achievement night.
Mrs. Lloyd Horn gave a report on the Spring Council meeting, held April 12. Mrs. Jerald Richmond gave the lesson on "Diabetes."
The group voted to send a retarded child to summer camp.
A picnic for members and their families will be held June 5 at the Greenwood Park.
Mrs. Ted Wessel gave a lesson on "Sewing." This was the final meeting of the year. Meeting will be resumed in the fall.
Election of officers was held at the meeting of the home Interest Homemakers held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Stafford. Mrs. Wilber Stewart was the co-hostess. New officers are: Mrs. Lawrence Cox, president; Mrs. Truman Hill, vice president; Mrs. Glen Drew, secretary; and Mrs. Rose Ludwig, treasurer. The group planned their annual trip, which will be held June 15. They will go to Baraboo and Spring Green. Achievement night will be held in Owen, May 19.
The How and Why Homemakers met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. James Pekol. Mrs. Eugene Zawadski gave the lesson on "Diabetes". Mrs. Tom Querin, vice president, conducted the meeting. The group planned a picnic for members and their families in the summer. Mrs. Wayne Voss and Mrs. Tom Querin reported on the spring council meeting. Club meetings will be resumed in the fall.
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