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plays at Ephrata Fair since 1921
and have served meals all three
days of the fair since 1924 when
they had a 14’ x 14’ space. Now
their booth is 64 feel long. They
serve a different menu each day
and also sell sandwiches etc.
They do this as a money-making
project to finance their many
In past years Society #3 has
contributed $3,000. to Ephrata
Hospital. They give to the Uni
ted Campaign, Heart Associa
tion, American Cancer Society,
Easter Seals, Hemophillia Foun
dation, Christmas Seals, Lancas
ter County Mental Health Asso
ciation, Retarded Children’s
Society at the Child Develop
ment Center In Lancaster and
the Ephrata Recreation Center.
They sew at Ephrata Hospital
once a year, entertain the Lan
caster County Ward at Embree
ville State Hospital each year
and entertain 4-H girls, mothers
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Last year they contributed to
Ephrata High School Marching
Sand when they went to the
Apple Blossom Festival at Win
chester, Va. They sewed for
the Red Cross, made 333 cancer
diessings and gave a $2OO. scho
laiship to Mary Himmelberger
who is taking a Home Economics
course at Mansfield State Col
lege. They gave $5OO. to Eph
rata Public Library last year
and again this year. Taken over
a period of several years it has
amounted to $2,000. This year
they gave artificial flowers,
through the Volunteer Service
in Lancaster, to child patients
in the Lancaster General Hos
pital for them to use for crafts.
Mrs. Stober is a member
of Muddy Creek Peace
United Church of Christ church
and of their Women’s Guild
which contributes to missions,
makes bed pads for their church
homes and visits Wernersville
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MOTHER-IN-WAITING has a
glow on, wearing this lovely pink
maternity blouse. The knit pat
tern is leafy, with a wavy raised
rib. In a dressed up mood, it is
sleeveless and has a flattering
oval neckline. It is made of
‘•WINTUK” Sport Yam. Sizes
are small, medium and large.
Free instructions are available
by Bending a self-addressed,
stamped envelope to the Needle
work Editor of this newspaper
along with your request for Leaf
let PK 4682.
State Home in Berks County.
She is Superintendent of the
Sunday School Primary Depart
ment (first, second and third
grades), plays piano for them
sometimes and has taught sec
ond grade for 16 years. She
really enjoys working with these
children Women like Sara Sto
ber might wear out but they
won’t rust out from non-usage.
National FFA WEEK is Feb
ruary 15-22, 1969. Look for
special stories in this issue.
“FFA ... an opportunity for
youth” is the theme for Nation
al FFA WEEK, February 15-22.
Lancaster Farming. Saturday, February 22,1969--
Have You Heard?...
By Doris Thomas, Extension Home Economist
How To Care For Suede Garments
Suede gaiments should be cleaned by specialists in leather
Read garment labels for cleaning direc
tions and suggested cleaning firms recom
mended by the manufacturer
Because suede must be cleaned profession
ly and is ofter reconditioned and re-dyed, such
care is expensive.
Home cleaning methods may remove the
dye and in the long-run make care-cost even
For general soil removal dry plastic
sponges will collect surface dirt and oil when
brushed across the suede in a circular motion.
An art gum eraser will also remove sur
face dirt to some extent.
Hang suede garments on padded hangers
in a cool closet.
Avoid covering suede gar- For thick mixtures, limit
ments with plastic bags be- volume to one-half capacity of
cause this will cause heat and container,
lack of circulation which re- For thin free-flowing mix
suits in drying out the leather, hires, the container can be
You can press suede gar- three-fourths full,
ments with a warm, dry iron on Clean the blender by filling
the wrong side by using brown with water, then adding a few
paper between the iron and drops of synthetic detergent,
leather. Do not use steam. Operate for an instant then
Never place suede in water rinse and dry.
And if the garment should be- Buying And Using Scissors
come damp accidentally, allow Select the type needed for
it to dry naturally at room tem- the job you’re doing,
perature A plastic sponge will Check the cutting edges for
help restore its appearance once grinding at points and edges.
Never use paste waxes, leath-
er creams or shoe polish on Blades fitted together with a
&uede screw are most accurate.
Treat Your Blender With Care Choose handles that are com-
Never overload a blender. fortable for you.
Most blenders will operate Care for scissors as you would
best if the container is only two- any precision tool,
thirds or less full. (Continued on Page 20)
Nickel-plated blades prevent