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National T.T.T. Society monthly meeting

The regular meeting of Chapter L of the National T.T.T. Society was held Monday, Feb. 25, 2019, at the Olds United Church of Christ. President Barb Shelman called the meeting to order and opened the meeting with the group singing the Sword of Gold.

Meditations were provided by Joan Rodgers and read by Barb Shelman. The new members list and the 2019 Programs were handed out. Nine members answered roll call with ”What is your favorite winter pasttime?”

A memorial ceremony was held for Betty Carlson.

The ladies saluted Mary Benson for 50 years in T.T.T., joining on Jan. 4, 1969. Barb shared interesting bits of information as to what was happening in the world in 1969. It was also reported two members had changed their status with the group.

Correspondence:

Marlys read a thank-you from the National Project Fund for the monetary gift in memory of Betty Carlson. Another note thanked all treasurers for getting their information to the National Office in a timely manner.

The treasurer’s report was given by Missy Fear and will be filed for audit.

Committee Reports:

Camp- Only one girl has committed so far, as there are issues with camp due to missed school days and the kids having to make them up. As of now it appears those in this area should be OK. Two sleeping bags and sheets were brought by Barb for the girls.

Charity and Camp Girls Gifts: Nothing to report

Ways and Means:

Fundraising at the Pizza Ranch in Washington tips amount were reported.

Old Business and New Business, nothing to report

The State Convention is April 12 and 13, 2019, at the Radisson Hotel Conference Center in Coralville. Barb will check again next month for anyone wanting to go. She then spoke of a project by the National Office to try to get membership up.

Bills: None, and no proposal of names for membership, as well.

The hostesses, Rachelle and Sharon, were thanked for refreshments.

The next meeting will be March 25, 2019. Sharon and Jen will be hostesses and Sharon will have meditations. The location is yet to be determined.

The meeting adjourned with the Closing Creed.

Ten were present for the 11:30 luncheon meeting of the Wyman Community Club on Monday, March 4, 2019 at Ainsworth Four Corners.

Present were: John Wittrig, Laura Witrrig and Amy Surber of Winfield; Frieda Finke, Billie Jo Rose, Carol Steele, Ruth Erwin, Margaret Patterson and Larry Love of Crawfordsville and Jane Kaczinski of Washington.

Carol brought several pictures of the original Wyman Community Club, which was organized in 1921 and 71 members and guests attended their 50th reunion. Over the years there were 216 members. This brought many memories back to some who were a part of the original club. Frieda Finke recalled that they met at the Wyman School and took part in many civic and community projects, helping the school when they needed things and they also had a kitchen band that entertained in the area. She says one time some of the men in the area dressed up and came as band members.

The group will meet next on Monday, April 1, 2019, at Ainsworth Four Corners at 11:30 a.m.

Fifteen members and their guests attended a date night dinner at 5 p.m. at the Frontier Restaurant in Wayland Tuesday evening, March 5, 2019.

Attending were Carrie and Jay Coble, Jolene and Andy Colthurst, Frieda Finke, Joyce Huff, Betty and Gene Lintz, Pat and Gene Miller, Margaret Patterson, Pauline and Floyd Richardson and Shannon and David Sells.

The next meeting will be Tuesday, April 2, 2019, at 1:30 p.m., at the home of Betty Lintz. Roll call will be “Do You Like to Plant Flowers in the Spring?”