Town of Frankfort centennial
Organizations, pp. 43-50
Circa 1947 4-H booth displayed at the Athens Fair by the Franklin 4-H Club Virgene Treankler Delores Weyneth UI Lrutwe busche Delores Schillinger Marilyn Treankler Josephine Dunow Ethel Giese Harold Loskot Lucille Hoernke Noreen Giese Bruce Wussow Herbert Hoernke LaVerna Giese Ralph Schillinger Donald Dvorak Audrey Ballerstein Alex Dahlke Donna Treankler Delbert Ballerstein Fritz Redman Ernest Redman Frank Redman Joseph Garbarski Hazel Redman Herlene Gilhar Merlin Kilty Joann Schemenauer Raymond Schemenauer Theodore Poplowski Gertrude Dahlke Walter Garbarski 1946 1947 Mary Klappert Crystal Schultz Harriet Klumb Anita Mielke Elviria Goelden Wilford Leffel Harold Goelden Albert Mielke Clarence Garbarski Evelyn Mielke Ruth Giese Sylvester Sazama Alvina Giese Melvin Leffel Wallace Hamann John Resch Milton Grieser Angeline Kubs Raymond Wehrman Eugene Wehrman George Urana The new Frankfort Friends 4-H Club was organized on November 26, 1974. A group of interested children and adults met at the Frankfort Town Hall to organize a 4-H club, Mr. and Mrs. Loddie Loskot were chosen to be the general leaders. Miss Joan Gruber the county 4-H home economist was present to explain the 4-H club organization and work projects. The following were chosen as project leaders. Mrs. Vernon Leffel, Knitting, Robert Ballerstein, woodworking, clothing, Mrs. Merlin Kilty, Foods and Nutrition, Mrs. Albert Wolff, Wildlife, Ronald Brown, Gardening, Mrs. Loddie Loskot, Dairying, Albert Wolff, photography, Loddie Loskot, explor- ing, Mrs. Gary Nienow, flowers, Mrs. Ronald Brown, mechanics Carl Totzke. Officers elected were Douglas Brown, president Patrick Kilty, vice president Mary Wolff, secretary and Larry Brown treasurer. The name of the new club was voted on to be called the Frankfort Friends 4-H Club. Members joining the first year were Ronald Ballerstein, Donald Ballerstein, Linda Bailer- stein, Beverly Brown, Douglas Brown, Larry Brown, Douglas Gray, Mark Kilty, Patrick Kilty, Michael Leffel, Virginia Leffel, Carmen Loskot, Loddie Lee Loskot, Karen Loskot, Jackie Nienow, Kim Nienow, Ronald Nienow, Robert Orth, Ronald Orth, Terry Orth, Joe Soppa, Tommy Soppa, Cathy Totzke, Mary Wolff, Rhonda Wolff, Deanna Busche, Cindy Busche, Carmen Gray, Jackie Gray, Valerie Kaser, Brian Soppa, Rachelle Kaser. Officers 1975 Officers 1990 Douglas Brown, President Bridget Finke, President Patrick Kilty, Vice President Julie Giese, Vice President Mary Wolff, Secretary Kelly Passehl, Secretary Larry Brown, Treasurer Wendy Ploeckelman, Treasurer Officers 1976 Keith Ploeckelman, Historian Patrick Kilty, President Donald Ballerstein, Vice President Virginia Leffel, Secretary Ronald Nienow, Treasurer Officers 1977 Mark Kilty, President Mary Wolff, Vice President Carmen Gray, Secretary Ronald Nienow, Treasurer Officers 1978 Mary Wolff, President Jackie Nienow, Vice President Sue Streit, Secretary Mark Kilty, Treasurer Officers 1979 Steve Marcis, President Mary Wolff, Vice President Kim Nienow, Secretary Laura Witte, Treasurer Members who joined following years were Derrek Gray, Jeff Kaser, Michelle Kaser, Steve Marcis, Kristine Wolff, Scott Giese, Mike Leffel, Cary Podevels, Loran Weiland, Laura Witte, Merri Marcis, Sherri Marcis, Jim Streit, Susan Streit, Cheryl Loskot, James Leffel, Juanita LeVoy, Anne McGhee, Bonnie McGhee, Danny McGhee, Robert Regele, Darlene Streit, Donna Streit. ADULT PROJECT LEADERS Loddie Loskot, Dorothy Loskot, Albert Wolff, Miriam Wolff, Audrey Nienow, Patricia Leffel, Ronald Brown, Robert Ballerstein, Donna Kilty, Mrs. Beverly Fecker, Dennis Telschow, Gary Fecker, Elmer Wolff, Jean Wolff, Meldon Giese, Patricia Giese, Mrs. Margene Streit, Mrs. Neil Witte. JUNIOR LEADERS Carmen Gray, Douglas Gray, Virginia Leffel, Loddie Lee Loskot, Jr., Mary Wolff.
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