The Maxwell House Department Store support of 4-H Round Up Club.
and a "end i 4-H Round Up Club had The 4-H Round-Up club met Tuesday in the 4-H building with Randy Salars presiding. There were 17 present with Mrs. Betty G r a h a m , new organizational leader. The Annual 4-H Recognition and Awards Banquet was discussed discussed and plans made for each club family to furnish two cakes for the dinner. Deenie Silva reported on the club's window exhibit in the Maxwell House Department Store and expressed appreciation appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Maxwell for their cooperation. cooperation. Dale Salars told of visiting the adopted grandparents at the Pleasant View Rest Home and distributing Halloween treats to them. going to Bobby Salars; president, Susan Head; secret- a r y , K a r y n Salars, treasurer; David Salars, reporter; Dale Salars, song leader and Randy recreation chairman. These officers were installed by the retiring president, Randy Salars. A meeting date for all project leaders set, and were made to decorate the building for Christmas. The next club meeting be Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. in the building. New members will welcomed at this 1 meeting. Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt drowned while eats 10 mem. swimming off Cheviot Besch, Election of officers for 1977 ,p 0 rtsea, Victoria, Dec. 17,1967. was held with presidency