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Farm Women’s Society #l9
entertained Society #2 at the
Hempfield Church of the Brethren
on October 9.
Devotions were led by Opal
Ruhl who read from “Going
Strong in the Seasons of Life” and
Phillippians 1, followed by prayer.
A delicious luncheon was
served after which each member
introduced their guest and told
something about them.
Jay Irwin showed slides of his
volunteer work in Albania and
told of the poor conditions in that
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knowledge to improve those
President Betty Saylor con
ducted the bsiness meeting. Mem
bers will attend the Lancaster
County Convention Nov. 6th at
the Farm and Home Center.
The group will have their annu
al salted nut sale and are asked to
bring their orders in by Nov. 13.
Orders will be packed on Nov. 30.
The next meeting willbe held at
the Birch Knoll Restaurant for
breakfast at 9 A.M.
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Lancaster Society J
The Lancaster County Society
of Farm Women No. 1 met in the
home of Edna Shearer with Julia
Zahn co-hostess for their October
Amy Brubaker led devotions by
reading “Joy,” with Scriptural
references from the books of John,
PhQUpians, and Nehemia.
Roll call by Harriet Fasnacht
consisted of each member giving
some advice on how to savg,
money. Fifteen members and two
During committee reports. Mar
garet Bucher announced that she
made reservations for a bus trip to
see “The Spirit of America” on
June 11, 1994.
Sarah Weber visited Mary
Clark, who resides in The Zion
For the State Farm Women’s
convention, members of the social
committee will be making table
The county convention will be
held on Nov, 6 at the Farm &
The next meeting for Society
No. 1 will be held on November
13 in the home of Barbara Becker.
Margaret Bucher will be co
hostess. For this meeting members
will be sharing a poem or para
graph of their own choosing. For
roll call members will name their
favorite childhood author.
President Carman introduced
speaker, Gil Weliver. His topic
was entitled “Dollars and Sense.”
His discussion reference was from
a book of the same name written
by Merion E. Thompson, which is
a Christian guide to financial plan
ning. His discussion focused on
the importance of finance plan
ning and if needed on the impor
tance of a good financial adviser.
He discussed some of the many
factors which need to be consid
ered when making plans.
For starters he suggested a
10-10-80 formula, 10% of income
for savings, 10% for giving, and
an 80% for living.
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Lancaster Society of Farm
Women No. 8 met on October 14
at the home of Mary Anne Spang
ler in Marietta. Kathryn Hess gave
devotions. Julie Hetricks,
Legislative Assistant to Tom
Armstrong, Slate Representative,
was guest speaker. She told of
various services handled by them.
The November 10 meeting is
scheduled to be at the home of
Margaret Heisey in Mountville.
Members are to bring items for the
Thirty members of Farm
Women #l5 attended their SSth
anniversary dinner on Sept 30. at
Following the dinner a time of
memories were led by president
Jean Barnes. Committee chairman
Nancy Shoemaker led with devo
tions. Nancy also read the minutes
of the first Farm Women Meeting
of #l5 in 1938. The group was
organized by Anna Schreiber at
Kirkwood Store where the
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