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VII. 4-H and community organizations, pp. 49-62
Bus trips to points of interest in Wisconsin and neighboring States are a regular occurence. Old and new places in the local cities find us on an occassional tour. When treasuries get "low", auctions are scheduled. As in the past, homemade items sell well. As the years go by many faces have gone as new ones appear at the monthly meetings held on the third Thursday at 8:00 P.M. at alternating homes. Our oldest member joined the Club in 1924. Many others have been part of the Club for atleast 25 years. The following 12 members are the present (1976) Club, in its 55th year: Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Frank Abraham, Vice President Ed. Boerke Ben Detert Elmer Dittmar Clarence Erdmann, Librarian Gabe Hollander, President Donald Kettner, Music Lawrence Matsche, Secretary Ronald Muschinske Evie Schepp, Sunshine Earl Schmid Ed. Zander Mrs. Gabe Hol&nder Trappe RveA Homemake' I Club 50th Anniveusary - April 24, 1971 Seated from left to right are: Mrs. Donald Kettner, Mrs. Evelyn Schepp, Mrs. Edward Boerke, and Mrs. Elmer Dittmar. Standing from left to right are: Mrs. Gabe Hollander, Mrs. Frank Abraham, Mrs. Earl Schmid, Mrs. Ronald Muschinske, and Mrs. Clarence Erdmann. Mrs. Ben Detert was hospitalized at the time this picture was taken.
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