Alline Baker, Treasurer 2

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Alline Baker, Treasurer 2 - Defiance Unit Helps MHS Club Prepares...
Defiance Unit Helps MHS Club Prepares Convention Display A display prepared by members of the Mansfield and Defiance chapters of the Ohio Association of Distributive Education will be prominently placed at the fourth annual convention of the national organization, the Distributive Education Clubs of American, at Asheville, N. C, April 15. Delegates to the convention are all distributive education students in high school. Among those accompanying the delegates to the convention will be John C. Stout, coordinator of distributive education at Mansfield Senior high school. Directly responsible for the display at MHS are Joan Wilson, Suzanne Adams, John Saidanoff and Denny Schroed-er. They are working under the direction of Stout. The theme of the four day convention is "Retailing Is Big Business". Delegates are responsible for a number contest entries selected by the state organization to represent them in convention competitions. Ohio will be represented by the display now being made at Mansfield Senior high school. The displays will include merchandise annuals made by students, club scrap books, the state club news letter and an illustration of club and class activities. Representing the Ohio association at the convention will be Rom Marking of Ironton, Ohio, president; Paul Davis of Fostor-ia, vice president; Elaine Sted-ke of Lima, secretary; Alline Baker of Hamilton, treasurer; and Robert Rohj of Marion, regional vice president. Accompanying the delegates along with Stout will be Miss Marguerite Loos of Columbus, state supervisor of distributive education; William B. Logan, distributive education trainer ; Ohio State university; Miss Dorothy Hamilton of Cleve land, state program planning director; John McGlothlin, coordinator at Ironton; and Miss Helen Moon, coordinator at Lima. Students in distributive education classes study the fundamentals of selling and store operation in the classroom and gain work experience in jobs provided by cooperating local merchants. U. S. Offers IJi? Vrarit'ty of IJooklets The U. S. Department of Agriculture has scores of bulletins available on farm and gardening operations which may be obtained for the asking. The bulletins cover a wide variety of topics, from how to build silos to making jams and jellies. There are leaflets on the culture of orchids, the treatment of

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  1. News-Journal,
  2. 11 Apr 1950, Tue,
  3. Page 18

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