Montgomery Banquet Honors 4-H Leaders; Mrs. Everett Clark, Jr.
MEXICO (MO.) Montgomery Banquet Honors 4-H Leaders By Dorothy Borchelt to those present. Area Home Economist Three women have com- MONTGOMERY CITY - pleted 10 years of service as 4-H The 15th Annual 441 Leaders' leader. They are: Mrs. Victor Recognition Banquet was held Gloe of Big Spring, Mrs. Harold last Saturday evening in Graue of Bellflowe? and Mrs. Montgomery City with 150 4-H Joe Armstrong of McKittrick. spouses and special They received a gold leader's guests in attendance. All of the pin and certificate of older Seventeen leaders were members under recognized for 5 years of ser- j supervision of five leaders: vice and were presented a iMrs. Jim Mertz, Mrs. Georges silver leader's pin and cer- Korte, Mrs. Everett Clark, Jr. tificate. They were: Mrs. Paul Montgomery City and Mrs. and Frank Cobb of New Florence. One leader, Frank Cobb was Wilson, Mrs. Kenneth Gerloff, Mrs. Everett Clark, Jr., Mrs. Dean Hendricks, Ray Hollensteiner, Mrs. Flemon recognized for 20 years of 4-H Miller, Mrs. J. H. Renner, Mrs. leadership. He received a diamond pin and certificate. Mrs. Jake Ward of Mont' gomery City was recognized for fifteen years of service to the program. She received a pearl 4-H leader pin and cer- Jim Foster. were Hershel Lichtenberg, Mrs. Victor Rock Jr., Mrs. Joe Poindexter, Mrs. Frank Daller, Mrs. Don Craven, Mrs. Irma Bernat, Mrs. Sib Elsenraat, Howard Witte, Carl Brumagin, tificate of recognition. Judge There were 34 first-year Tom Cobb Sr., and Judge Eddie leaders and a total of 171 4-H Timmerberg, members of the leaders assisted with 4-H club Montgomery County Court work during 1970. presented all leader awards Melba Stevens, daughter of nd extended congratulations, (Continued on Page 7)