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Cumberland Farm Women Hold 54th Convention
berland Co.) “Special Olymp
ics” was the theme for this year’s
convention of Cumberland Coun
ty Farm Women. An atmosphere
of “going for the gold” and win
ning prevailed among the women.
The S4th annual convention
was held at the Gigante Restaur
ant, Mechanicsburg, on Saturday,
A memorial service honored the
county society members deceased
since the prior annual convention.
Stephanie Lehmler, left, accepts a check for $675 from
Fran Westbrook. The money was raised to help support
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Seven deceased members were
remembered by the reading of a
biographical outline of each mem
ber. They were Group 1. Margaret
Sunday; Group 3, Ruth Myers,
Margaret Hall, and Gladys Cram
er; Group 4, Olive Martin; Group
8, Mildred Band; Group 9. Bertie
Honored during the meeting
were society members reaching
their 90-year and 80-year birth
days. Arlene Witman, state presi
dent, had the honor of presenting
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the pint to Margaret Carver,
Group 6; Esther Bradly, Group 13;
and Mae Nailer, Group 15; reci
pients of the 90-year old awards.
Fran Westbrook, Cumberland
County President, presented pins
to six 80-year old members. Jean
Ott, Group 1; Dorothy Goodling,
Group 2; Dorothy Shaffer, Group
4; Edna Gutshall, Group 7; Hazel
'Dressier, Group 14; and Gladys
Hoover, Group 19; were the reci
pients of the 80-year awards.
New officers were elected dur
ing the business meeting. Results
of the election were: President, Put
Lehman, Group 7; First Vice Pres
ident, Fay Stare, Group 17; Sec
ond Vice President, Donna Dun
can, Group S; Recording Secret
ary, Betty Wert, Group 13;
Corresponding Secretary, Annie
Deitch, Group 16; and Treasurer,
Sarah Nealy, Group 22.
The organization donated
SS,B4S to local charities and $9OO
for the heifer project, which
donates a food-processing animal
to a needy family who in turn
donates the first offspring to a
The highlight of the day was the
presenting of a check for $675 to
Stephanie Lehmier, coordinator,
of Cumberland County Special
Olympics, the county’s theme for
Christopher Westbrook, a spe
cial child, blind from birth, grand
son to Fran Westbrook, Cumber
land Society president, provided
the special music with several
wonderful selections on the piano.
Entertainment during the program
was Steve Engle and Company,
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lety . rah. Woman,
from left, are Fay Stare, first vice president: Donna Duncan
second vice president; Rat Lehman, president: Betty Wert
recording secretary, Annie Deltch, corresponding secret*
ary, and Sarah Nealy, treasurer.
Diane Myers, Cumberland
County Dairy Princess, gave a
presentation “Clover the Cow and
the Electric Fence," telling us of
the importance of milk and milk
The S4th Cumberland County
Convention adjourned with the
singing of the theme song “Bright
en the Comer Where You Are.”
The organization’s purpose to
contribute to the power and influ
ence of the farm home, to contri
bute to the community activity of
farm women, to develop leader
ship and to promote better living
and working conditions in the
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