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Name Director of Junior Clubs

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Image of JRM 1952-1954 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1952-1954 - Junior Membership Records

Millie Crom (Mrs. Arthur) of San Diego, California, served from 1952-1954 as the first elected GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. The Junior program was divided into four divisions, each with their respective chairman: Americanism, June Petrillo (Mrs. Orlando) of Elyria, Ohio; Family Councils, Violet Snedegar (Mrs. Nunley) of Elkins, West Virginia; Moral and Spiritual Values, Mrs. Walter Piegat of Crown Point, Indiana; and Youth Cooperation Division, Miss Geraldine Brown of Keyport, New Jersey, 1952-1953, and Phyllis Mitchell (Mrs. Lloyd) of Kelso, Washington, 1953-1954. Mrs. William Wade of Phoenix, Arizona, was the Editor of the Junior Page for the magazine. The Junior program booklet, "

Image of JRM 1954-1956 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1954-1956 - Junior Membership Records

Miss Barbara Shaw of Roslindale, Massachusetts, served from 1954-1956 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1954-1956 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Division Chairman (some served in more than one department): Communications and Fine Arts, Evelyn B. Branigan of Beloit, Wisconsin; Community Affairs, Mrs. Marcus B. Calhoun of Thomasville, Georgia; Education and Home, Violet Snedegar of Elkins, West Virginia; International Affairs, Marian Smith (Mrs. Charles O.) of Holcomb, Kansas; and Public Affairs and Conservation, Mrs. Kenneth Howell of Sheridan, Wyoming. The Junior Division Chairmen and the GFWC Department Chairmen prepared a program booklet f

Image of JRM 1956-1958 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1956-1958 - Junior Membership Records

Marian Smith (Mrs. Charles O.) of Holcomb, Kansas, served from 1956-1958 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1956-1958 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: American Home, Helen Jenrette (Mrs. Joseph M., Jr.) of Raleigh, North Carolina; Communications, Miss Evelyn Borea of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey; Community Affairs, Janey O. Reed (Mrs. Kenneth L.) of Kenosha Wisconsin; Conservation, Eleanor R. Guthrie (Mrs. Fleetwood L.) of Dunbar, West Virginia; Education, Mrs. Marcus B. Calhoun of Thomasville, Georgia; Fine Arts, Phyllis Curtis (Mrs. Leo F.) of Hammond, Indiana; International Affairs, Marian L. Breidenbach (Mrs. K. Richard) of Dayton, Oh

Image of JRM 1958-1960 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1958-1960 - Junior Membership Records

Phyllis Curtis (Mrs. Leo F.) of Hammond, Indiana, served from 1958-1960 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1958-1960 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: American Home, Myrt W. Gullett (Mrs. William) of College Park, Maryland; Communications, Beverly F. Shahan (Mrs. Earl Jr.) of Tullahoma, Tennessee; Community Affairs, Miss Marjorie Yokley of Mount Airy, North Carolina; Conservation, Eleanor R. Guthrie (Mrs. Fleetwood L.) of Dunbar, West Virginia; Council of International Clubs, Barbara Trigg (Mrs. Hastings S.) of West Hempstead, New York; Education, Nannie Jean Hay (Mrs. Ronald) of Grove City, Pennsylvania; Fine Arts, Patricia A. Claytor (M

Image of JRM 1960-1962 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1960-1962 - Junior Membership Records

Nannie Jean Hay (Mrs. Ronald) of Grove City, Pennsylvania, served from 1960-1962 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. "Accent on Youth" was the administration keynote. During the 1960-1962 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Maxine M. Moles (Mrs. Francis) of Seward, Nebraska; Council of International Clubs, Mrs. H. Jack Sharpe Jr. of Thomasville, North Carolina; Education, Jane Lee Nosal (Mrs. Paul); Fine Arts, Mrs. Robert Smith Jr. of Ludlow, Vermont; Home Life, Maxine Scarbro (Mrs. James) of Powellton, West Virginia; International Affairs, Miss Marjorie Yokley, Mount Airy, North Carolina; and Public Affairs, Patricia Amato (Mrs. Donald).

Image of JRM 1962-1964 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1962-1964 - Junior Membership Records

Maxine S. Scarbro (Mrs. James A.) of Montgomery, West Virginia, served from 1962-1964 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. During the 1962-1964 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Peggy G. Sammons (Mrs. Thomas) of Swainsboro, Georgia; Education, Jane Lee Nosal (Mrs. Paul) of Bethpage, NY; Fine Arts, Phyllis Jay Dudenhoffer (Mrs. William) of Jonesboro, Indiana; Home Life, Mrs. David Perkins of Entiat, Washington; International Affairs, Jeri J. Winger (Mrs. Wendell) of Springville, Utah; Public Affairs, Judy Harrison (Mrs. Gene C.) of Cedarburg, Wisconsin; Council of International Clubs, and Ethel B. Mahon (Mrs. John G.) of Jacksonville, Flo

Image of JRM 1964-1966 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1964-1966 - Junior Membership Records

Mary Jean Houde (Mrs. Thomas R.) of Kankakee, Illinois, served from 1964-1966 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. Myrtle Young (Mrs. George) served as Junior Conference Secretary. During the 1964-1966 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Miss Evelyn Farley of Plainville, Connecticut; Education, Barbara Wade (Mrs. Gentry) of Saratoga, California; Fine Arts, Edna Springer (Mrs. Harold) of Clarksburg, West Virginia; Home Life, Jeanenne Morrow (Mrs. James R.) of Birmingham, Alabama; International Affairs, Christine Badger (Mrs. Robert L.), 1964-1965, and Judy Harrison (Mrs. Gene C.) of Cedarburg, Wisconsin, 1965-1966; Public Affairs, Mrs. Jess

Image of JRM 1966-1968 - Junior Membership Records

JRM 1966-1968 - Junior Membership Records

Jeanenne Morrow (Mrs. James R.) of Birmingham, Alabama, served from 1966-1968 as GFWC Director of Junior Clubs. The Juniors added "NOW" to the GFWC administration theme of "Build with Youth for a Better World": N for "Needs of Humanity", O for "Opportunities for Action", and W for "Wonders in Discovery." During the 1966-1968 administration, these GFWC program departments each had a Junior Chairman: Conservation, Gayle Bailey (Mrs. Glen) of Covina, California; Education, Alice Donahue (Mrs. Thomas) of West Barrington, Rhode Island; Fine Arts, Eunice Laughery (Mrs. Robert) of Valparaiso, Indiana; Home Life, June Coffey (Mrs. Dean) of Princeton, West Virginia, 1966-1967, and Betty Olszewski