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BIG-Uncaster Farming, Saturday, Dacambar 1,1984
Berks Society 1 met recently at
the home of Mrs. Ella Richard,
Oley, for their November meeting.
Ron Garver, a representative
and chemist with GPU explained
nuclear energy and other energy
alternatives to the group. A
question and answer session
The group is planning their
Christmas party on Dec. 12 at the
4-H'er builds robot
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He took a second in 4-H at Rich
mond, Va., a first in demonstration
and a third in overall placings at
the Eastern Nationals this Sep
tember. Chris has also captured
the Butler County 4-H Outstanding
Boy award for two consecutive
Chris recalls a humorous in
cident that occured during his trip
to Penn State for 4-H demon
strations. With the help of the
county agent, Chris made special
arrangements with the bus
company to transport Rotom to
Penn State. Unfortunately, the bus
company did not believe a robot
was going on the trip, so they didn’t
make the arrangements necessary
for Rotom’s transportation. When
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Berks Society 1
Washington Inn, New berunville.
Many in the group also plan to
attend the State Farm Women’s
Convention in Harrisburg on Jan.
14 and 15.
Fruit baskets and Christmas
flowers will again be distributed to
The next meeting will be a
Christmas party on Dec. 12 at 7
p.m. at the Washington Inn, New
Rotom arrived at the bus station,
he got to ride on the front seat.
Transporting Rotom to various
functions continues to be a
problem for Chris since the family
has only a compact car. Rotom
must be dismantled into four
sections to fit in the trunk of the
By now, Chris can put Rotom
back together in about 10 or 15
minutes providing he has the
proper tools and all goes well.
Chris’ 4-H career may not end
here. He has been approached to
start a project cm computers and
robots. He already has a good
start, having begun writing a book
to be titled “How to Build a Better
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Berks Society 7
Joanne Dreibelbis showed slides
of her trip to Europe at the meeting
of Berks Society 7 held at Reeds
Carolyn Feeg installed the new
officers, who are: Dorothy
Strickler, president; Joanne
Dreibelbis, vice president; Betty
Berks Society 9
Berks Society 9 went to the 4-H crafts shown,
building for the November meeting The December meeting will be a
to attend the Christmas Craft Christmas party with a family-
Show. At the show the group style dinner and gift exchange,
learned how to make many of the Husbands will attend the party and
will also exchange gifts.
Lancaster Society 3
Linda Toledo hosted the
November meeting of Lancaster
Society 3 on Saturday at the home
of her parents, Harold and Esther
The subject of the afternoon
program by Paul Brubaker was,
“In everything give thanks for this
is the will of God concerning you.”
Brubaker sang a number of
During a business meeting
conducted by president Doris
Miller, the society contributed $2OO
to the Leukemia Society of
Lancaster Society 8
Lancaster Society 8 met at the
home of Kathy Vogt on Nov. 17 at 2
Three visitors attended the
meeting. Mrs. Randy Stark,
Rheems, showed dolls from dif
ferent periods that she has
collected and restored.
Spread a full load in about two minutes with the
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the optional slurry sides keep manure contained
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the reliable service and parts program, guaran
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spreader. Stop in and see one today!
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Kissling, recording secretary,
Grace Seidel, corresponding
secretary, and Alberta Manbeck,
The next meeting will be the
family Christmas party on Dec. 8
at 7 p.m. at the Eobesonia Borough
Members will go Christmas
caroling on Dec. 11, leaving the
Cloister Restaurant at 6 p.m.
The state convention will be held
at the Forum in Harrisburg on Jan.
14. President Doris Miller, Erla
Gehman, Debbie Trayer and
Mildred Pfautz will represent
The Christmas meeting on Dec.
15 will be held at the Mt. Airy Fire
Hall with Mary Lou Weaver and
Pauline Martin, hostesses. Bring a
$5 gift for the gift exchange.
Refreshments were served by
hostesses Phyllis Endslow, Ruth
Musser, Kathy Vogt and Hettie
The Christmas party will be held
at Hostetler’s Banquet Hall on
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Lancaster Society 14 met at the
Willow Street Mennonite Church
on Nov. 14.
Extension home economist
Michelle Rogers gave a presen
tation on the “1984 Market
Basket.” In her market basket she
had several products and she gave
some interesting facts about them.
She also told about coupon saving
and how shoppers can save by
taking a list and following it
A report was given on the Coilnty
Convention which was held on Nov.
The Christmas party will be held
on Friday evening at 6:3o‘p.m. at
Meadow Hills Dining House. In
stead of bringing gifts, the group
will send a gift of money to the
drought stricken people in
On Jan. 17 the society will go to
Conestoga View. The state con
vention will be held on Jan. 14 and
15 in Harrisburg. The society will
have some delegates attending.
Lancaster Society 28 met on Nov.
15 at the home of Dorothy High.
President Beulah Landis asked
for volunteers to attend the State
Convention in January.
Two Thanksgiving boxes were
packed for two needy families in
A Harvest Sale was enjoyed by
all the members.
Members and their husbands are
going to Longwood Gardens on
Dec. 2 to see the Christmas
display. The group should gather
at 2:30 p.m.
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