* Modern Homemaker Home Ec Club
The Modern Homemaker Home Ec Club met at the home of Anna Mae Fagg, March 6.
Devotions were given by Wilma Modesitt, titled "Grandma's Hands."
Citizenship report was by Carolyn Tausig about the First Ladies and Jacqueline Kennedy.
Louise Fagg gave the lesson on "Life is Short -- Wear Your Party Pants."
After the business meeting, we all enjoyed a delicious dessert by Wilma Modesitt.
The April 3 meeting will be at the home of Jeanne Nugent.
* Tri County Home Ec Club
The Tri County Home Ec Club met March 18 at the home of Ruth Timm. A prayer blessing for the food was given by Jean Rowings.
After the delicious meal, prepared by Ruth Timm and Jean Rowing, the meeting continued. Everyone stood to repeat the pledge to the flag and the club creed. Julie Pell read "My Mother's Easter Bonnet," and "Darkness Filled the Air." "Irish Eyes" was read by Ruth Timm.
Roll call was answered by giving the author and book you had read recently and given to someone else. The treasurer report was given. Linda Allen gave a health report.
In the absence of Jeanne Steuerwald, Winefred gave her citizenship report on a few Indiana facts, including the state bird being the cardinal, the state flower being the peony, information on the Ball State Art Museum, Crown Point having the largest cemetery and French Lick served tomato juice in 1925.
During the business meeting, Judy Allen and Clara Lou Thompson, club workers on Ag Day, reported 286 students attended. We will entertain HOME Club in May instead of April.
The lesson "Herbal Medicine" with the video was very informative, given by Thelma Thomas. Be sure you check with a doctor before you make decisions.
The purse auction was very successful. Prizes were won by Linda Allen and Ellen Thomas. The meeting closed by singing the club prayer.
During the April 15 meeting, the club will eat at The Grill.
* Tri County Club
The Tri County Club met at the Zion Church with Past Kaster as hostess.
A delicious meal was enjoyed by all. The afternoon business meeting was opened by President Rhonda Tincher.
The door prize was won by Luch Strauch and the surprise package by Sandy Maines.
Devotions were read by Rhonda Tincher, "Forget Redneck," and "Asking for a day off."
Roll call was answered by members telling their favorite television show.
The secretary's report was read and approved. Five cards were sent by the card committee.
The hospital report was given by Lucy Strauch.
We will have a breakfast/bake sale Marry 5 at the Clay County Courthouse.
The menu was drawn for March meeting, which will be at the Cataract Yacht Club. There were no secret pal gifts.
Pat Kaster won during the bingo social hour.