Santa Rosa’s junior service club will apply for a charter in the state 20-30 club organization through its sponsor, Petaluma, within the next few weeks. This was decided at the regular meet ing Tuesday night at which time the signatures on tho charter were brought to sixteen. Ten is the minimum number required, but the local organization waited until the list was brought well above that number. When the charter will arrive and be presented is not known.
Meanwhile, a “Ladies Night” dinner was planned for the near future and an all-day outing at Clear Lake within the next month was discussed. Dr. E. T. McMannis, president of the club, presided at the meeting.