President: William E. "(Bill") Young
Secretary: H. I. Aston
Installation of officers was held on July 6th, 1937. On that same date, President "Skipper Bill" Young received a cablegram from Rotarian Dick Crutcher who was in Moscow - that same trip had taken Dick to the Rotary International meeting in Nice, France.
Rural-Urban Relations meeting was held at Ashland, with A. B. Ringland as chairperson and Mark Sexson giving the address.
Ladies' Night was held on December 9th, under the direction of Dick and Mildred Crutcher. The guest speaker was District Governor Raymond Ham, of Aurora, Missouri.
The Club contributed 100% to the Crippled Children's Society, of which Rotarian Dr. E. H. Shuller was chairperson in our area.
Membership increased from 56 to 60.
Club Roster for 1937-1938
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