The new president of the Petroleum and Mining Wives' Club was elected recently at a luncheon at the Cottonwood Country Club. Raeburn Guay, president-elect, will take over from Penny Barnes.
Other new officers for the 1991-92 year are: Jean Wakefield, vice-president; Joanna Netelbeek, secretary; Linda Riordan, treasurer; Marjorie Fulton and Alice Nordloh, program co-chairmen; and Mary McCauley, historian and publicity.Heads of the membership committee will be Frances Fouts and Doris Gras. Georgia Havenstrite, Betty Johnson and Doris Stonestreet will be in charge of fund-raising events.
Women whose husbands are affiliated with a professional petroleum, mining or Landmen's group are welcome to join the club.