Sauers Extension Homemakers Club conducted its June meeting at the home of Mildred Fenneberg.
Grace Stuckwisch, vice president, opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and club creed. She gave a prayer on the Holy Trinity.
Roll call was answered by members telling how they were going to open their summer.
Thought for the month was “What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity.”
Mildred Otte gave the secretary’s report, and Fenneberg presented the treasurer’s report.
The fall meeting of the Bedford District Homemakers will be Sept. 16 in Jackson County at Camp Pyoca.
The fair queen candidate was discussed.
Members attended achievement night May 12. A meal was served, and Stuckwisch won a prize.
Rose Elmer gave the health and safety lesson on heart attacks.
Ileen Nehrt read an article on electing a candidate that was written by Ken Klaus, former speaker of the Lutheran Hour.
Otte installed officers for 2016-17. The officers are president, Stuckwisch; vice president, Joyce Hackman; secretary, Elmer; and treasurer, Nehrt.
Gertie Schepman won the hostess prize.
Fenneberg served a salad, crackers and drinks.
Hackman will be the hostess for the club’s July 14 meeting.