Smyrna Homemakers

The Smyrna Homemakers met April 17 at June Chatham's residence with eight members present. Following the Pledge of Allegiance and the Extension Homemakers Club Creed, Chatham read an article on making decision and the treasurer's report was presented. Members answered the roll call with their gardening plans for the season. Martha Renschler presented a leader lesson on how eating fresh fruit helps fight gout and other health problems. Lisa Kramer updated the club on the scholarship fund. Janet McMahan closed the meeting after Ruby Rowlett and Kay Dunham volunteered to be hostesses for the club's May meeting, which