This clipping from the Wilmington News-Journal would have appeared in April or early May of 1983. Transcription follows.
Pictured: Kathleen Woods, left, Rosemont Meeker, right.
Uible speaks to local AAUW
on Women, Work Wealth, Wills
Harold Uible spoke recently to the members of the Wilmington Branch of the American Association of University Women on, women, work, wealth, and wills.
The meeting was held in Thomas Lounge, Pyle Center, Wilmington College.
Helen Wills, program chairman, introduced Uible, a graduate of Western-Reserve who also received his law degree there.
Besides being a Clinton County Commissioner since 1980, Uible is the head of the Wells Manufacturing Company of New Vienna.
Mr. and Mrs. Uible are the parents of four girls and one boy which makes him eligible to speak on Women, Work, Wealth, Wills.
Food for thought from his talk included: "We should all remember we are rich and keep it in the proper perspective."; "Work is a personal investment in ourselves."
Helen Weeks conducted the business meeting.
A committee of Lora Sollars, Mary Ramseyer, and Sarah Castle announced the slate of officers for '83-'84: Helen Weekes, president; Meriam Hare, vice president; and Paula Beem, secretary.
Mrs. Weekes reported on the tea honoring Mrs. Miriam (West) Johnson, president of the Texas State Division.
Also reported was the monetary gift received by our Branch from the state division for a 15 percent increase membership this past year.
Rosemont Meeker introduced the Wilmington College student recipient of the local AAUW scholarship, Kathleen Woods.
Ms. Woods is a student in accounting in her junior year of college.
The May meeting of AAUW will be 10:30 a.m. at the Clinton County Historical Society on May 21.
Since this is the Strawberry Breakfast, reservations must be in by May 18 to Alma Warren or Cindy Camp.
The study group, Insight Into Our times will meet May 13 at Wilmington Public Library at 10 a.m.
Families and Work will meet May 12 at 7:30 with Mary Ramseyer.