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824-Lancastar Farming, Saturday, Novambar 13. 1993
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checks for $750, from left, to Christa Fabian of the Mason-Dixon Food Locker, Lt. Tho
mas Pierce of the York Salvation Army and Mary Lou Hendrix representing the Ameri
can Red Cross.
tion are Nora Kilgore, front, and from left, Doris
Herman, Martha Yost, Ruth Willis, and Pauline
90-year-old award recipient Is Devoltes Fillmore,
Group 12, who accepts her honor pin from state
president Arlene Wltman.
(Continued from Pago B 14)
A memorial service honored county society members
deceased since the prior annual meeting. Memorialized in
a remembrance ceremony were Elfreda Herbst, Group 1;
Charlotte Herbst, Group 2; former county president lona
Krone and Lura Seifert, Group 4; Anna Wallace, Bertha
Myers and Grace Hartsough, Group S; Gertrude Hoffman,
Group 6; Nancy Emswiler, Group 7; charter member
Erma McDowell, Group 9; Lavina Howard, Carrie Saylor
and Romaine Trout, Group 12; Mildred Gross, Group 13;
Mabel Bentzel, Group IS; Claudia Bailey. Group 20;
Annetta Grove, Group 21; Annabelle Able, Group 25; and
Nancy Mosebrook, Group 33.
Honored during the meeting were society members
reaching their 90-year and and 80-year birthdays in the
previous year. Recipient of the 90-year-old award was
Devoltes Fillmore, Group 12.
Awards for 80-year-birthdays were presented to Dor
othy Enders, Evelyn Lauer and Evelyn Leib, Group 4;
Genet Sellers, Group 9; Edna McFadgen, Group 10; Ruth
Runkle and Margaret Tyson, Group 12; Lura Flohr, Group
16; Dorothy Toomey, Group 17; Anna Burkins, Group 18;
Ida Boyle and Irene Hunt, Group 20; Nora Kilgore, Group
21; Martha Yost and Ruth Willis, Group 26; Doris Her
man and Pauline Schaeffer, Group 27; and Anna Snel
becker, Group 30. Accepting 80-year recognition belated
ly were Margaret Ness, Group 1; Cora Miller and Hester
Keeney, Group 11.
Entertainment during the program included a piano
violin-ilute musical trio with Katie and Linda Davidson
and Trudy Reichard, the Whippersnappers Barbershop
Chorus from Hanover and a humerous monologue by Pat
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