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Have A Safe
Halloween traditions dress
ing up in costumes, carrying jack
o’-lanterns, telling stories around
a fire, and trick-or-treating
have been around for centuries.
This is one of the oldest celebra
tions we have, reflecting tradition
and revelries, that has evolved
over 2,000 years and through
There is no real trick to making
Halloween a treat for the entire
family. However, the responsibili
ty for a safe and enjoyable occa
sion is shared by adults and child
ren. The dangers are not from
witches or spirits, but rather from
falls, pedestrian and car accidents,
and deliberate Halloween hazards.
Will your child’s costume be
safe? Buy or design costumes so
youngsters can walk easily with
out tripping or falling. Baggy
pants, long skirts or wide capes
can become entangled in bushes,
hedges or fences.
Costumes should be light
weight and fit properly. However,
they should be large enough so
warm clothing can be worn under
neath if it is cold outside.
Comfortable, sturdy, well-fitted
shoes are a must. Clumsy, floppy
clown feet, heavy boots, dad's old
garden shoes and mom’s hr
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heels may contribute to Calls and
Whiskers, beards, wigs and hats
should be fastened securely and
designed so they do not get into
youngsters’ faces, obscuring
All costumes should be highly
visible. Light and bright colors are
preferable. At dusk and at night,
reflective tape or trim is needed.
Place it on the arms and legs or
feet or across the chest and back
for greatest visibility.
Buy flame-resistance costumes
or make them from flame-resistant
material. Look for the marking on
the end of the material bolt or on
the box the purchased costume is
Carrying flashlights will help
children see better -and be seen
more clearly. Never allow anyone
to walk using a lit candle for a
Masks can .obstruct a child’s
vision. Facial make-up is safer,
more colorful, and more comfort
able. If masks are worn, they
should have openings for the nose
and mouth, and large eye holds for
Plan and discuss the route trick
or-treaters intend to follow before
they leave home. Do not allow
young children to travel alone or
unsr 'vised. They should be
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Lancaster Society of Farm
Women 26 met at the home of Pol
ly Krcidcr for their October
Joan Hershey led in the devo
tions and prayer. Vice-president
Lois Brubaker conducted the busi
Deb Kreida si 3kc on the joys
of making ice cream. She is the
daughter of Polly Krcidcr.
The November meeting is sche
duled to be held at the home of
Joan Hershey for a craft night.
accompanied by an adult or
responsible older child. Set a time
limit if children are old enough to
go with their friends, and know
the names of the companions old
er children are with.
Review all appropriate trick-or
treat safety precautions, including
pedestrian/traffic safety rules.
Insist that youngsters are good
manners, are courteous, and say
“thank-you” for treats received.
To insure a safe and enjoyable
trick-or-treat outing, I urge
parents to: Give your children an
early meal or a rilling, nutritious
snack before they go Out, so they
will not be tempted to eat candy or
other treats before they get home.
Insist that treats be brought home
for inspection before anything is
eaten. Wash fruit and slice it into
small pieces. Report anything that
appears suspicious about treats to
the police, and when in doubt,
throw it out.
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York County Farm Women 26
met October 12 at Deb’s Restau
rant for lunch. There were 17
members and one guest in attend
Twelve members will be at
tending the York County Conven
tion on November 4 at Wisehaven
Officers were elected for 1994
and 1995. Doris Beshorc will
serve as president
The next meeting will be No-
Lancoster Society 20
Lancaster Farm Women #2O
met October 7 at the home of Bar
bara Stone with Marie* Foose and
Freda Wimer as co-hosts. For the
scripture Barbara read from the
4th chapter of I John followed by
the poem “Whispers of Love.” All
joined in praying the Lord’s Pray
er and the salute to the flag. The
guest speaker was Senator Arms
trong who gave some enlightening
views on some prominent
The president, Nancy Axe,
presided at the business meeting
after the roll call at which time the
Lancaster Society 16
Anna Esbenshade was hostess
to the October meeting of Farm
Women Society #lB at Calvery
Fellowship, 502 Elizabeth Drive,
Twenty members and two
guests attended. President Ruth
Rohrer in charge. Dorothy Bru
baker had devotions. Roll call
question was “What legislative
change would you like?” The
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York Society 26
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York County Farm Women 26
met September 14 at Deb’s
restaurant in Newberry town for
lunch. The business meeting was
held at Paddletown Church. Presi
dent Ruth Traver was in charge.
Ruth Willis was hostess and
Martha Huston was in charge of
Donations were sent to the
Heart and Cancer Funds, Salva
tion Army and 6 fire companies.
members paid their dues and they
were asked to give suggestions for
1994. The Sunshine Committee
reported 5 cards and 2 bouquets
were sent the past month. Dolly
Keen was congratulated on her
80th birthday. The Bake Sale at
Towns Edge was $142.00. Count
was taken of those going to the
County Convention, November 6,
at the Farm and Home Center. The
meeting closed by singing Bright-
en the Comer” to meet the next
month with Dorothy Crawford
instead of Pauline Reinhart.
program, “Canada’s Maritime
Provinces,” with Pa Farm Women
was given by Edna Buckwalter
and Ruth Rohrer.
Thirty five members and
friends took a bus trip to Fort
Hunter Mansion and a boat ride on
“The Pride of the Susquehanna.”
In November member will
entertain husbands and guests at
the Gathering Place, Mt. Joy.
1880 Harrisburg Pk.
116 E. Glenwoo+Ave.