Courtesy of  Ray Leisy, Club Historian
The Wooster Rotary year 1964 to 1965 began with Henry Hyle, Director of the Wooster Post Office, as President. Harry Sands continued as Secretary and Orden Smucker continued as Treasurer.
On August 14, 1964 Wooster Rotary member Kingman Eberhart introduced his son Edward Eberhart for induction into the Club. Of course, Ed is still a member.

Ted Evans bought a new hat and, before he had a chance to break it in for anyone, it seemed to be missing after Rotary. Someone has a hat that is not properly broken in. Ted promises that after he breaks it in he will bring it to Rotary and let someone have a crack at it, but he does want to break it in himself.
Dale Thompson, a Wooster Rotarian since 1961 and founder of Boys Village, presented the program on December 11, 1964. Rotarians were reminded that the annual drive for funds for Boys Village was about to start. Also, the Annual Cancer Drive was about to start with Wooster Rotarian Dr. William Schultz as Chair.

Presenting his classification talk on December 31st was Ted Crawford. Rotators for the week were Steve Patterson and Gary Rings.

On February 25, 1965, the Club celebrated the 25th Anniversary of Easter Seals campaign in Wayne County. In 1950, the Wooster Rotary Club took over the operation of the Drive to support the work of the Crippled Children Fund. For the past 5 years, Wooster Rotary has been joined by the Rotary Clubs of Rittman, Dalton and Orrville.