Custer Farm Bureau Donates to Two Funds Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lehman were host and hostess at their farm home in South Custer Wednesday Wednesday evening when they entertained entertained members of Custer Farm bureau. Merle Wood, chairman, conducted conducted the meeting which members members voted to donate $2 for the March of Dimes and $5 to the Ked Cross. A special collection 'also was taken to be used to purchase purchase dried milk for the children of Korea. Seeds also will be sent to Korea. Custer Village Social Calendar TONIGHT CUSTER VILLAGE COUNCIL at council rooms, at 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY LADIES' AID SOCIETY, of Various reports were given with Mrs. Dallas Lehman reporting on the Farm-to-Pro.sper program, Donald Barclay gave a report of the Farm bureau directors' meeting meeting and Mrs. Donald Barclay reported reported on lhe i women's mooting. Leonard Matlox discussion leader leader announced the topic for discussion discussion as "Ditches and Drainage" and introduced M. M.. Tyndall, Mason county drain commissioner, who gave some pointers on the work of tlic commissioner and the drains of the county of which there are 155 miles. Mr. Tyndall told of the hardship of keeping these drains clean and said the biggest problem was securing th,e money for the project. Following the meeting delicious refreshments wore served. Present Present were l\lr. and Mrs. Floyd Wood, Merle Wood, Leonard Mattox, Mattox, Mr. and "Irs. Donald Barclay, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tyndall, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Willbecfccr and Mr. and Mrs. Lehman, host and hostess.