Friends and Neighbors Extension Homemakers Club


Eleven members and three guests of Friends and Neighbors Extension Homemakers Club met July 24 at Dairy Queen in Brownstown for breakfast and a short meeting.

President Ruby Niccum led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and club creed. Then she called attention to the information and notes on the page previous to July in the new program book.

Judy Carter gave a short devotion. Ruth Bateman read the minutes of the June meeting furnished by secretary Helen Lutes, who was out of town. The treasurer’s report reflected a balance of $33.50.

Charlotte Lovegrove asked if the club still gives any attention to a 4-H club, as it has in the past furnished refreshments for a meeting. No one really knew, and the issue was tabled.

Martha McIntire, leadership development, read a poem about being oneself and being a good person, which is necessary to be a good leader.

There was no old business. Under new business, Niccum announced that the club did not have a hostess for August. A discussion followed, and Shirley Sears volunteered to check out Cortland Diner.

The following individuals volunteered to be the hostesses: Donna Abner, September; Rhonda Kidwell, October; November will be the Fall Fling; and Lovegrove will find a place and the members will come up with interesting things to do in December.

The meeting adjourned so everyone could attend the Jackson County Fair together.

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