Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 18, 1993, Image 49

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Lancaster Society 20
Lancaster Women #2O met on
September 2 at the home of Mary
Shirk with Marion Hastings and
Lillian Winters as co-hostesses.
For the program Candi Steiner
gave a talk on the Association of
the Blind. She had a Braille card
for each and showed different arti
cles of interest that were made.
She talked about the gift shop and
said they could use help there as
well as to work with the blind.
For the devotions Mary read “A
Cup of Sugar, Neighbor” and the
scripture II Kings 4:2-6. The 20
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members present answered to the
Roll Call by imitating an animal.
It was voted to participle in the
Town Edge Fund Raiser on
October 2, by having a table of
baked goods and crafts. In Octob
er members go to Conestoga View
to help entertain.
The president, Nancy Axe, who
presided at the business meeting,
gave a report on the board meeting
which she attended. The October
meeting will be held at the home
of Barbara Stone instead of Marie
AlMeh Horae
& Buggy
The Berks County Farm
Women executive board meeting
was held at the home of president
Fern Phillipy on August 30, with a
covered dish picnic. The business
meeting was opened by Fem, with
devotions by Group #7 and Dor
othy Strieker gave a reading from
a book “Minutes of Gold”, Bible
verse John 13:34; followed by The
Lord’s Prayer and pledge to flag.
The roll call question “What is
your favorite summer fruit?” was
answered by 20 members and one
Janet Schlegel reported on agri
business, stating the Farm-City
banquet is November 4 at the
Sheraton. A standing motion to
donate a food basket by Berks
County Farm Women made by
Brown’s Country Store, was
approved. Janet also showed the
brochure of Berks County that
will be updated for a new printing.
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Berks Executive Society
Recipe Giveaway
Send your favorite pork recipe to Lancaster Farming and receive a
barbecue apron. During National Pork Month in October, we will print
your favorite recipes using pork products.
The Pork Council will send the first 100 entries a free barbecue
apron suitable for men and women.
Absolutely only one entry per family. Participants must be 18 years
old or older.
Be sure to include your name and full address. Send your recipe to
Lou Ann Good, Lancaster Fanning’s Pork Promotion, 1 E. Main St,
P.O. Box 609, Ephrata, PA 17522.
Uncaster Farming, Saturday, September 18, 1993-B9
This brochure is a helpful item for
the tourists coming into Berks
County. A note of thanks was
received from Ernest Heckman
and Clyde Myers for the farm
women’s participation at Scenic
River days.
On Sept 11th is the Hawaiian
Festival at the Berks Heim (both
buildings) from 11 a.m. to S p.m.
rain or shine.
The quilt is completed, among
other lovely prizes, for some lucky
person to win at our county con
vention on October 2, at the Ag
Center. Report to your group pres
ident about reservations, price for
ticket $11.30 deadline date
September 20.
Berks County has 100% partici
pation in the state’s heifer project
Dates to remember: October
14th is designated Farm Women
Day, November 11 bingo at the
Heim and January 10, 1994 state
convention at Harrisburg.
The next executive board meet
ing November 1, at 8 p.m. at the
ag building conference room.
Enter Pork
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• wall to wall
• room-size
Area Rugs £*oo
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Mon., Wed.
LANCASTER - Society of
Farm Women No. 8 met on Sep
tember 8 at the residence of Elaine
Fuhman at the St. John Herr
Retirement Home in Columbia.
Shirley Trimmer gave devotions.
Nellie Blake gave an informative
talk on the Safety With Drugs.
The October 13 meeting will be
at the home of Margaret Heisey in
York Society 26
York County Farm Women 26
met on August 17 at Beshore’s Pa
vilion for the group’s annual pic
nic. There were 17 members pre
Group 26 will be on the com
mittee for the attendance awards
at the York County Convention at
Wisehaven Hall on November 4.
The next meeting will be Sep
tember 14. Ruth Willis will serve
as hostess.
6 PM-9 PM
Society 8
Sat. 8 AM-3 PM