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York County Farm Women
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Winners whose projects will
compete at the state level are
Kathy Ehrhart, Group 9, Mary
Carman, Group 11, and Malinda
Stein, Group 25.
In her county president’s report,
Ruth Santiago honored new 80-
year-old members Armanda
Gingrich, lona Krone, Ailean
Carman and Margaret Johnson,
and new 90-year-olds Esta
Douglas, Mabel Bentzel and Anna
Nine deceased Farm Women
members were remembered
during a special memorial service.
Honored in memory were Verna
March, Group 4; Kathryn Hoover,
Group 7; Annie Warner, Group 12;
Clara Sumpman, Group 13;
Rebecca Wileman, Group 14;
Minerva March, Group 15; Salome
Glenn, Group 21; and Alberta
Bupp, Group 27.
Susan Lehman presented the
combined county group reports,
reflecting a total of $6,153.80 given
by the societies. Donations to
various needs ranged from in
dividual losses through fire, organ
transplant funds, an exam and
eyeglasses for a youth, and
numerous community, church and
charitable organizations. Nineteen
new members joined the 35 active
societies, bringing total mem
bership in York County to 595.
State president Naomi Bupp
briefed the Farm Women on up
coming state activities, including
the 1987 annual convention,
scheduled for January 12 and 13 in
Harrisburg. Featured speaker will
be JoAnn Hershey of Lancaster.
The 1987 Spring Rally will be
hosted by Lancaster County Farm
Women on May 20, at
Elizabethtown College. A host
county is still needed for the 1988
Spring Rally. Somerset County will
host the 1989 Spring Rally, a
celebration of the 75th anniversary
of the Pennsylvania Society of
Farm Women, in the county where
the organization was founded.
Also on schedule for 1987 is a new
activity for the state Farm
Women, sponsorship of a tour to
Australia, Oct. 1 through 23. Hosts
for the tour are former state Farm
Women president Lois Erb and her
husband, Wilbur, who lived in
Australia for a few years. Since the
tour is limited to 30 people, and
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NEWARK, Del - Harry T.
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