Homemakers members hear about cinammon, honey

Sauers Extension Homemakers Club met Jan. 6 at the home of Grace Stuckwisch.

President Rose Elmer opened the meeting by leading the Pledge of Allegiance and club creed.

Stuckwisch read devotions from Matthew 22.

Elmer gave a report about the delivery of articles collected for the Brownstown food bank for the club’s Christmas secret pal gifts.

She read an article about Brownstown written by her daughter, Vickie Elmer. The article appeared in Kiplinger Personal Finance and described the town as a bit of Mayberry in southern Indiana. She also read an article by the late Joe Robertson with his comments on the magazine article.

Stuckwisch gave a lesson about honey and cinnamon and discussed the health advantages and uses of the combination.

Millie Otte received the hostess gift.

The hostess served a cheese ball, crackers and coconut pie.

The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. Feb 10 at the home of Margie Nash.