Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 14, 1971, Image 19

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    3 Chester
Elizabeth Hutchison, Patricia
Yamall, and W. Hosea Latsfaaw
of Chester County have been
named 4-H Keystone Winners hy
the State 4-H Club Office.
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first Spring shoots by allowing the lime all winter
to condition the soil.
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Keystone Award Winners are
the finalists to be considered for
choosing the state winner in the
various 4-H project areas spon
sored by businesses across the
Apply lime early
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Nation interested in promoting
and recognizing outstanding 4-H
Club work,
Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Hutchison, West
Grove, has been cited for her
outstanding work in entomology.
A member of the Oxford 4-H
Club, Elizabeth has carried 4-H
project work in entomology,
forestry, strawberries, stamp
collecting, and baby sitting.
She has also been a teen lead
er for three years and served as
president, treasurer, and song
leader for her local club. She has
exhibited and won many honors
for her entomology collections at
many shows including Grand
Champion Display at the 1971
Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Patricia, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hoopes Yarnall, Oxford, has
been cited for her activities in
the 4-H Veterinary Science pro
gram. A member of the Manor
Calf Club, Gum Tree 4-H Horse
Club, and Oxford 4-H Home
Economics Club, she has carried
4-H project work in dairy, horse,
and clothing. Patricia has been
a teen leader for three years and
served as vice president, and sec
retary of her local clubs.
Patricia has attended the'
Veterinary Science clinics at the
University of Pennsylvania New
Bolton Center, 4-H Capital Days,
Pennsylvania 4-H Club Congress,
and Regional Dress Revue.
Hosea, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Latshaw, Spring City,
has been recognized for his work
in field crop, sciences. A member
of the Tri-Community 4-H Club,
he has carried many different 4-H
projects including flowers, for
estry, vegetables, philately, han
dyman, electricity, and plant
breeding.
Hosea has served Ms local club
as a teen leader for two years,
president, and game and song
leader. He is currently presi
dent .of jChester County 4-H
Council.
Hosea has attended 4-H Capi
tal Days, Pennsylvania 4-H Club
Congress, State 4-H Days, South
east Regional, and Leadership
Training Conference.
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H 4-H Club
Garden Spot Holds
“4-H Fashions In Bloom” was
the theme of the annual Garden
Spot 4-H Sewing Club’s fashion
show held recently at the liberty
Fire Hall, New Holland.
During the event, Mrs. Jack
Frost gave construction awards
to 14 girls presenting the most
outstanding projects during the
year.
Also announced were the
names for 23 members who at
tained perfect attendance at the
group’s meetings.
Eighteen members represent
ed the group at the annual Lan
caster County Dress Revue. They
were lisa Adams, Joyce Camp
bell, Lynn Gable, Susan Harrold,
Sherri Kurtz, Vicki Kurtz, Jen
nifer McDuffie, Debbie Shirk,
Susan Supplee, Karen Waldrop,
Evelyn Adams, Sandra Chalfont,
Nancy Gable, Kris Halls, Diane
Penn Willow 4-H Club
The Penn Willow Community
Club cooking and sewing groups
held their round-up on Wednes
day, August 4, at the Safe Har
bor Park. A covered dish sup
per, which was attended by 65
parents and 4-H’ers previewed
the evening’s program.
The clothing girls showed the
garments that they made during
the year. Then the cooking club
presented several demonstra
tions and skits. At the conclu
sion of the program. Miss Joan
Lucas, assistant home economist,
presented the awards and rib
bons
Beverly Martin also received a
4-H jacket for selling the most
subs at a recent County Council
sub sale.
On Friday, August 13, the club
took its annual trip. The group
visited Pinchot State Park for a
day of swimming and recreation.
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 14,1971
News H
Fashion Show
Hershey, Linda Myer, Debra
Waldrop and Anne Williams.
News Reporter,
Mary Hale
4-H Nift Needles Club
At the last Manheim Township
4-H Nift Needles meeting, Miss
Joan Lucas and Mrs. Audrey
Nixon were the club’s guest
speakers.
Miss Lucas brought tidings
from the Lancaster County Ex
tension Service. She also told of
the opportunities of Achievement
Day.
A demonstration of basic mod
eling and correct posture was
given by Mrs. Nixon.
Later in the meeting, plans for
a covered dish supper were dis
cussed. The date was set for
August 30.
After the meeting refresh
ments were served.
News Reporter
Julie Webber
Two In Queen Contest-
Two Graden Spot 4-H mem
bers were named semi-finalists
in the 4-H Queen Contest.
Lisa Adams was named Ju
nior Queen of the Garden Spot
Club and Shirley Garber was
selected Senior Queen of the
Club. Further competition will
take place on Aug. 19.
4-H Calendar
Monday, August 16
8 p.m.—Joint meeting, all 4-H
Dairy Clubs, Ayrshire-Jer
sey-Brown Swiss Club, host.
Farm and Home Center
Tuesday, August 17
2 p.m—Southeast Regional (13
Counties) 4-H Dress Revue,
Farm and Home Center
7 p.m.—Lincoln Community 4-H
Club picnic. Walter’s Park
7:30 p.m. Garden Spot 4-H
Community Club meet, faim
of J. Wilbur Houser, Lam
peter.
8 pm—Lancaster County 4-H
County Council, Farm and
Home Center
Thursday, August 19
Achievement Day, Farm and
Home Center
Saturday, August 21
Northern Lancastei County 4-H
groups entei lamed by Farm
Women Society 3, Salem
Lutheran Chinch, Ephrata
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FROSTED MEAT LOAF
1 egg
% cup sauternc or other
dinner wine
IVz cups fine soft bread
crumbs
% cup milk
1 tbsp. minccti onion
% tsp. seasoned salt
% tsp. regular salt
Vi tsp. pepper
I'/a lbs. ground lean beef
8 oz. soft Cheddar cheese
spread (or cream
cheese)
Beat egg lightly Add wine,
crumbs, milk, onion, salts
and pepper. Let stand a min
ute or two to moisten
crumbs thoroughly. Add
beef and beat well with a
fork. Shape into a round log
on flat baking pan Bake at
400 degrees for 40 to 45 min
utes, until well-browned.
Cool, then spread with
cheese. Garnish with parsley
if desired. Serves six.
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