Enid News and Eagle
The Garfield County Rural Rotatory met Jan. 17 for its regular monthly meeting and covered-dish luncheon. The meeting was hosted by Jerry and Sue Schmidt at their country home near Breckinridge.
Clarence Leschied, a consultant with Northstar Agri-Industries, gave the program and enlightened the group about the benefits of canola oil and having a canola plant being constructed near Enid. The plant is scheduled to be completed in 2015.
The 2013 officers of the Rural Rotatory were installed. They are Judy Anglin, president; Gene Anderson, vice president; Charles Buckminster, 2nd vice president; Sue Schmidt, secretary/treasurer; Pat Milacek, assistant secretary treasurer; Louise Milacek, reporter; Louella Hermanski, song leader; and membership committee are Jane Denker, Alan Milacek and Elmer Anglin.
Judy Anglin will be installed as the first women president since the organization was formed in 1925.