Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, March 18, 1995, Image 57

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    Lehigh Holds Mini Farm Show
foods club members were selling
wonderful homemade baked
A new incubator was made by
Orrin Fink for this year’s show and
baby chicks were hatching to the
delight of many of the youngsters
and adults.
Scattered throughout the mall
were country crafters. They were
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field of parent education, family
life specialists of the Cooperative
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selling anything from beautiful
hand-crafted wind socks to intri
cate hand made lace items. All
crafters were required to have a
country theme.
Days of Yesteryear was shown
by two county organizations. The
Old Time Plow Boys had on dis-
play old tractors and various pieces
of equipment, as well as toy farm
Extension Service at Penn State,
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March IS. The mailing will begin
soon after that date and will con
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2x4 Contim
equipment for sale. The second
group present was the Antique
Engine, Tractor and Toy Club with
a display of Hit and Miss Engines,
and other antique items.
New equipment, both large farm
type as well as lawn and garden
was on display from a variety of
dealers in the area.
The Trexlertown UCC Quilters
demonstrated quilting during the
show, and the East Penn Fiber
Guild were spinning and weaving
as well as answering questions
about the craft
Organized events included a
square dance on Friday night after
the Turkey Hill Sundae. The music
was provided by the Majesties
from the Mertztown area.
On Saturday afternoon a Fash
ion Show was held on the Main
Stage. Daryl Wolf coordinated the
show of approximately 50 outfits
modeled by IS of the Women’s
Committee Members and their
families. Fashions were provided
by Bon Ton and Fashion Bug.
Following the Fashion Show,
Andrea Semmel conducted ganes
for the kids. The games included
“Animal Calling” and a “Milk
Mustache” Contest just to name a
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, March 18, 1995-817
The Sunday activity was line
dancing. It was also a well
attended event
To assist in funding this event
an auction is held on Saturday
evening. Farmers, Agri-business
people and Mall Merchants all
give items to be auctioned.
Approximately $1,300 was earned
from the auction. Another funding
source this year was chances on a
quilt. The quilt was won by Dora
Boyd of Mertztown.
The women’s Committee had
two educational exhibits. One was
a market basket where people were
to guess how much money a far
mer receives from the $4O paid at
the supermarket for the items in the
basket The person with the closest
guess won the food. A gentleman
won the basket with his guess of
The “Huge” Turkey Hill Store Sundae was served to
more than 2,600 people at the mall show.
Samantha Graaaley, from the Lehigh County 4-H Club,
aharoa her lamb with Jed Gruber, New Tripoli.
The second display was one on
Ag in the Classroom. The display
showed the many lessons taught
through this summer program at
Penn State University. Last year,
Lehigh County Farm Bureau spon
sored three teachers for this vital
This marks the 16th year for the
Mini Farm Show. The Women’s
Committee is made up of Nancy
Semmel, Schnecksville; Janet
Bachman, Schnecksville; Karen
Boyd, Mcrtztown; Elaine Dietrich,
New Tripoli, Sonia Fink, Ger
mansville; Priscilla Greiss. Sla
tington; Dawn Lennon, New Tri
poli, Frances Lictenwalner,
Macungie; Annette Pattishall,
New Tripoli; Diane Schlauch, Sla
tington; Claire Shelly, Zionsville;
Daryl Wolf, Kutztown and Minnie
Young, Emmaus.