Mary Coon, Vice-President
Women's Page 6 The Circleville Herald. Sat. Nov. 11, 1967 drcievtile. fTiiir Homemakers Council Meets in Grange Building Pickaway County Extension Homemakers Council met re cently in the 4-H and Grange Building with Mrs. Fannie Bidwell. Bidwell. president in charge. Announcement of new officers for the clubs was made as follows: follows: Duvall Do Alls: M r s. Robert Johnson, president; Mrs. George Coon, vice president and Mrs. John Triance, secretary, treasurer. Deercreek Variety: Mrs. Joan Dawson, president; Mrs. John W'ardell, vice president president and Miss Mary Clark, secretary secretary - treasurer. Roundtown Busy Bees: Mrs. John Dixon, president; Mrs. Harry Lane, vice president; Mrs. Garnet Ridgeway, secretary-treasurer, and Miss Maggie Mavis, news reporter. The Community Circle's ros-1 ter is not complete, but serving Guild 45 Discusses Project Berger Hospital Guild 45 held its meeting Friday in the home of Mrs. Robert Pontious, Route , 1, AshviUe. Mrs. Pontious presided over the business session. Mr. E. F. “Doc” Owens was present to discuss details of serving refreshments refreshments during the Charity ! as president will be Mrs. Georgia Georgia Graham, and Mrs. Judy Brown as secretary. The county-wide Christmas program will be held Nov. 30, at the 4-H and Grange Building with the theme “Christmas Around the world.” Registration and a social hour will be from 10-11 a. m. Installation of the following officers officers will be held at 11 a. m.; Mrs. Fannie Bidwell, president; Mrs. Laura Hatfield, vice president; president; Mrs. Norma Toland, secretary; secretary; Miss Mary Clark, treasurer. treasurer. Singing of Christmas carols will be led by Miss Marge Kaiser, Kaiser, county agent in Home Economics. Economics. Lunch will consist of foods prepared with recipes from various various countries. Deercreek Variety Variety will represent Germany, Community Circle, Spain; Duvall Duvall Do Alls, Norway; Roundtown Roundtown Busy Bees, India. All decorations and dress will be in keeping with the country represented. Beginning at 1 p. m. speakers speakers for each country represented represented will speak of customs in that particular country'. Each person attending is asked asked to bring a decoration for Christmas. They will be displayed displayed on a table for everyone to view.