Sauers Extension Homemakers Club conducted its April meeting at the home of Millie Otte.
Vice President Grace Stuckwisch opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and led the club creed.
Otte gave devotions entitled “Ransomed.”
Roll call was answered by nine members of their favorite color of the rainbow.
Otte gave the secretary’s report, and the treasurer’s report was given by Mildred Fenneberg.
The cheer committee sent cards to Doris Stahl and Maysel Thomas.
Members are planning on going to Batar to eat and then to Hayden Museum for their spring affair.
Achievement night is at 6:30 p.m. May 12. The club will have a short meeting after the program instead of meeting on the regular meeting night in May.
A motion was made to send $10 to the extension office for a sewing machine, letters and manuals.
Joyce Hackman gave a lesson on bones, keep moving and eat the right food.
Rose Elsner gave the health and safety lesson entitled “Practice makes perfect.”
Marjory Nash read an article written by Thomas Pane. Ileen Nehrt read an article on Iraq.
Stuckwisch received the hostess gift.
Salad, cookies and drinks were served by the hostess.