Clipped From The Sandusky Register
CONVENTION OF CLUBS TO BE AT OLD FORT Interesting Program Includes Address By Catherine Behymer April 3. TIFFIN. March 27— The eleventh semiannual convention of the San- dusky-Seneca-eo Federation of Farm Women's Clubs will be held Thurs* day, April 3, In the auditorium of tho centralized school at Old Fort. A program of exceptional Inter* est has been prepared for tho two sessions of the convention, the first of whkh will be called to order at in o'dnek on Thursday morning. The Tiffin Women 's Sextette will open this program with a group of songs. The welcome address will be given by Mrs. Gordon Oonawein, the response to which will be given by Mrs. Roy Streetcr. A business session will follow and the morning program will bo brought to a close with music furnished by the Old Fort, school pupils. Features of the afternoon session which will begin at one o'clock Wilt be readings by Miss Alma Wagner of Tiffin, addresses by Mlsa Catherine Rehymer, home demonstration agent, and Mrs. Edwin Beck of Tiffin, music by the Iffin Sextette and pupils of the Old Fort school. Sixteen organizations representing a membership of 350 womfen 'Will gather for the convention. The following committees are arranging the various features of the convention: Executive, Mrs. Cordon Gonaweln, Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mrs. Sidney Strohl, and Mn». E. L. Wood; reception committee, Mrs. Joseph Ash, Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mrs. C. L. Zimmerman and Mrs. Frank Beck; hostess committee. Mrs. Milo Saul, Mrs. Eugene Smith, Mrs. Owen ReinbolU Mrs. Leonard Riehm; decorating, Mrs. Raymond Feasel, Mrs, Morton Dodrill, Mrs. Isaac Suffecool &nfl Mrs. Harry Swope.