Friends and Neighbors Home Extension Club traveled to the Dairy Queen in Brownstown, where they had breakfast.
President Ruby Niccum opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and the club creed.
Eleven members answered roll call, and guest Mary Jo Morris was introduced. Three husbands also were present.
Devotional leader Judy Carter reported that people are surrounded by an invisible electromagnetic field of radio and TV signals, Wi-Fi and more. But do not fear, remember 2 Kings 6:16, "Those who are with us are more than those who are with them. God is in control and fights for us."
The secretary read the minutes of the last meeting, and treasurer Shirley Sears reported the club had a balance of $24.54 with the friendship tin having $8.37.
Martha McIntire, leadership development, listed several new laws that went into effect July 1. She also gave a lesson on some interesting facts about Jackson County’s history. She referenced a pamphlet that was distributed by The Tribune in 1916. She stated that in 1888, it was illegal to play marbles within the city limits of Seymour. Also, the only family name of a club member mentioned was Lutes.
The next meeting will be Aug. 27 at Rhonda Kidwell’s home.
The meeting was adjourned so everyone could go to the fair.