MINlJ'r£i:S OF OHHOROO HISTORICAL SOCIETY -, --- MEETING !!!:~J_~-, O!L_]_~'_9.1J~_~y~~~~g}:_L.2~Q.Q.1._.i~-~ :t:_JO_E!!.I_.in the Masonic Hall. Present: IJI;,(';:im~~- 1\ 1\:1r L ! f'L I f: 1(llen,;chner, M. Shephard, S. Prosser'- Apologies: S. Shephard. President,Clara S1l11s welcomed everyone to the meeting and a special welcome was extended to new member Sue Prosser. There hus been mention of other" people who are considering joining the Society. Fogden's history received, Maxine Rose. Correspondence:-Thankyou note from the Shephard family for the card received on the death of William. Letter from the Orroroo Area School asking for help on the usage of various school classrooms Notes on the State Volurlteer Congress held on December 5th. A/c's to be dealt with over the next two months. Ann Bartlett/Gf~rald Kuer'schner', CARRIIm. The Carrieton Progress Association have sent us two copies of both Carrieton Histories. Two donated and two to be payed for, $50. The Society has i) balance of $734.86. Received $12 Gerald's book, $7. 70 Dona t ion Un, and $21 jam sales. Gerald Kuersdmer reeei ved a visit from Mr and Mrs Spiers regarding Smedley's of Walloway. Ian Shields wishes to donate n~re Masonic Lodge material, and would like two more clothing dummies. Professor Brian Medlin, Vietnam War protestor has died. Picture rails were discussed and it~ was agreed to contact Helen Halley The Orron>o/Carrieton District Council will come to the masonic hull to see our collection on November 16th. Next meeting 2nd February at 1.30 pm in the Masonic Hall.