Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 17, 1984, Image 25

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    Crawford County Extension staff includes, from left, Jpseph Beard, county agei
Linda Widdowson, secretary; Anne Hotchkiss, office manager; Susan Tau, secretary
(back); Carolyn Gilles, nutrition aid supervisor-Erie and Crawford counties; Ruth Prest,
home economist; and Blaine Schlosser, county extension director. Not pictured is county
agent Ray Kennerknecht.
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Crawford County Extension
Banquet and annual meeting was
the place to be Nov. 8, at the
Conneaut Lake Stable Pit and Pub.
Dr. Kenneth A. Markley,
featured speaker for the evening
gave those attending food for
thought with pointers on “how to
continue to grow up,” which he
feels is one of the most important
things in life. The well-known
psychologist and author
humorously illustrated six “Marks
of Maturity.” He stressed that
people must learn to be realistic,
exercise patience, cooperate with
others, make decisions, not expect
perfection and to reach out to
others. These each reflect true
maturity. “Maturity is not old
age,” he emphasized.
Markley, who lives in Camp Hill,
Pa. brought smiles to everyone’s
faces when he illustrated just how
unrealistic Americans are:” The
bestsellers in America today are
cookbooks, and diet books.
Everyone wants to eat more and
weigh less!”
Dr. Homer Mazer, NW Pa.
Assistant Director of Extension,
thanked those in the county for
their help in making the ag arena
at Penn State a reality and for the
funds to computerize county ex
tension offices. “There soon will be
two computers in each extension
office in Pennsylvania,” he said.
Most importantly he commended
the Crawford County Extensions’
dedicated individuals for their
“top quality program,”
John Tautin, president of the
Extension Executive Committee,
conducted other business including
nominations and elections of new
executive committee members.
Betty Lou MUler, NW Pa. Lamb
and Wool Queen drew the winning
tickets for the door prizes.
Overlook Reunion Skate
Who is Invited: Anyone and their spouse
or friend who attended Thursday night
skates about five years ago. (Includes
Brethren, YFC members, Mennonite,
When: Wednesday night December 26 -
7:30 to 10:30
Where: Overlook Roller Rink
Cost: $1.50 per person, Skate rental
"So please spread the word"
Sponsored by: Tom and Shirley (Cinder)
Need more information contact
Curtis and Dolly
(Kilheffer) Martin
Joe and Beulah
(Horst) Snavely
Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Ressler (215)445-5830
Carl ajnd Sue (Miller) Auker 786-7352
Gordy Hitz 272-2683
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Mull 865-6524
Merle Gruber 367-3108