Mrs. Ginger Treadwell, McCulloch County Attorney, addressed the Rochelle Study Club on Oct. 2 at the Rochelle Community Center. Club Public Affairs Chairperson Eloise Ficke introduced her as a transplanted Texan. Attorney Treadwell explained the duties of her job and stated that the workload is now all caught up to current cases. She said she is committed to not only prosecute cases to the full extent of the law, but also to put programs in place to prevent repeat violations. Programs aimed at anger management in prevention of family violence were highlighted. A question and answer period followed with Mrs. Treadwell fielding a variety of queries with ease. A business meeting was gaveled to order by club president, Pat Baker, at the conclusion of the program. Mrs. Willie Hibbs was elected to club membership. Plans for the Heart of Texas District Fall Board Meeting to be held here on Oct. 7 were finalized. Members will bring salads for the luncheon. Delegates from clubs located in Ballinger, Bronte, Cisco, Comanche, DeLeon, Eastland, Llano, Mason, Mertzon, Ozona, Rising Star, San Angelo, Sterling City, and Winters will join the local Rochelle Study Club for the meeting. District president, Shirley Kennedy, will preside. Refreshments were served by hostesses Betty Meyer and Dolores Barton to Pat Baker, Betty Bourbon, Clova Bryson, Doris Bryson, Margaret Draycott, Valire Engdahl, Eloise Ficke, Winkie Hendrix, Mabel Jones, Yvonne McCain, Charlotte McDonald, Sara Myers, Betty Stewart, Pat Townsend, and Mrs. Ginger Treadwell. Jane Holubec, McCulloch County Extension Agent will present “Creating Holiday Crafts” at the next meeting to be held at the Rochelle Community Center on Nov. 6 at 3:45 p.m. Members are asked to bring nonperishable foods for the Helping Hands Thanksgiving pantry. Hostesses will be Betty Bourbon and Clova Bryson.