Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
departed gum -For Wlard Girls V7ILLABD, Mar. 28.--The farm- eretts division of the 4-H dub was organized at a meeting held ab the home of Mrs. Merlin Cook, Friday evening. The meeting was super- as a certainty. 'Â·. Replying' to a statement by Senator Reed, Republican, Penn- Zola Toombs, reporter. Mrs. Merlin; Cook was chosen as leader of the club. Opal Nicholas presided over the meeting. With the organization of the farmerette division, three units have been organized in Wil- Ktrd. Next Thursday, April 2, the first year clubs will be organized , . , . l _ _ J J.1----i ,Â«1T Â·fc'Wrt Tl*!^- 1 evening., ine roeei/ms Â«*Â» au.^^.- ^u.. ^^ -- -,,, --'Â·--- ,, Â· , ri ^Â£^3 ^y Mrs. Sophia Nebeker, lead- frrsfc year clubs will Â»e of tfca 4-H club work for the and it is expected that aU the last Wfllard district, and the folio-wing year workers uf the 4-H clubs will. -iÂ«Â«4-*-a *ri nrtTÂ»'Â»Â»Tj: *rn tVcÂ» TT7rtrV hs nrp^pnt "Wltn tnfilT uarenkS.' -ftUS. ICbj 04.1U: tXJ:C lt*nwVYJUJg jrco-j, YViii_^.^Â» v. Â».**-. - -- T-- Â·Â»*Â· were elected to carry on the work|be present with their parents._Mrs. of the division: Elaine Gray, presi- Nebcker will be fo cl ^g6 and te dent; IMourine Lowe, vice prsident: ttoe and place will be announced WJlnia Perry, cheei' leader, and later.