Modern Homemakers Club
The Modern Homemakers Club met on Jan. 5 at the home of Wilma Modesitt. All repeated the Pledge of Allegiance and the Homemaker's creed.
The treasurer's report was presented by Carolyn Tausig. The budget was read and approved by members. Roll call was answered by naming, "your favorite room in your house."
The song of the month was sang by all. The health and safety report, "Throwing out leftovers," by Wilma.
A lesson was given by Mary Lou Farris, "Friendship thru the years." The meeting was closed by singing the Homemaker's prayer.
Members present were Wilma Modesitt, Kathryn Bouillez, Mary Lou Farris, Carolyn Tausig, Anna Mae Fagg and Helen Megenhardt.
Washington Township Circle Club
The Washington Township Circle Club met on Jan. 17, at Doris Romas' home. Judy England opened the meeting at 1 p.m.
The Pledge of Allegiance and the Homemaker's Creed were repeated in unison. Judy gave devotions, "Let's be ready."
Roll call was answered by four members naming your favorite room in your house.
We sang, "He's got the whole world in his hands."
The secretary report and treasurer's report were approved. Collections were taken.
Judy's health and safety lesson was about nine foods that could help your asthma condition in your life.
Linda's citizenship lesson was about offices of the Recorder, Sheriff and the Treasurer. Judy reported on lessons and coming events.
Linda's lesson counting carbs 101 was very informative.
We closed with singing the Homemaker's Prayer. The next meeting will be on Feb. 9, at 1 p.m., at the home of Linda Schiele with Brenda as hostess. Rosalind will have devotions.
Tri County Community Club
The Tri-County Community Club met at Charlie and Gerry Cundiff's home on Jan. 18, with Gerry and Wilma Holsapple as hostesses. A great meal of ham, hot rolls and all the trimmings was served. Wilma gave the blessing.
The afternoon meeting was opened by our new President Rhonda Tincher, with the entire club repeating the club creed and the Pledge of Allegiance.
The hostess gift was won by Linda Rushton. Door prizes were won by Roberta Nees and Kathy Sclight. Evelyn gave the roll call with 11 members stating their favorite winter sport. Mine was setting in my lounge chair watching the snow.
The secretary's report was given by Linda Rushton, standing in for Pat Kaster, was approved. The treasurer's report was read by Evelyn Rubeck and approved. The hospital report was ready by Juanita Neese.
Our new business was discussed on having our breakfast and lunch served at the Clay County Courthouse in May and also in November. We had a jewelry sale at club this month to benefit our bank account.
The club in February will be on the 15th, with Evelyn Rubeck and Elizabeth Lafary as hostesses, at Evelyn's home.
We will have a valentine's auction at this meeting. The club closed our meeting with the Lord's Prayer and with bingo.