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Berks Society 6
Berks County Farm Women
Group #6 held its April meeting
at the home of Beth Glick. Nine
members toured Glick's
Greenhouse. Hosted By David
Glick Prior to the meeting.
Cindy Pick and Wendy Vogel
were installed as new members
Nine members attended
"Everyone's Birthday Party" in
the home of Pearl Hoffman for
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the May meeting. Gifts were
exchanged and cake was enjoyed
A bake sale was held to bene
fit Brandon Wagner, son of
member Dorothy Wagner.
All who attended the Spring
Rally had an enjoyable time.
The June meeting will be in
the home of Linda Youse.
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Berks Society 4
The Berks Society of Farm
Women Group #4 met on May S at
Cherry’s Flowers, Boyertown.
The program for the evening was
conducted by Cheryl Reifsnyder,
owner. She demonstrated how to
arrange flowers in a container.
The group then was instructed in
making bows and a corsage.
Everyone went away with a beau
tiful corsage for Mother’s Day.
Members traveled to the home
of hostess Georgcnna Fullerton
for the business meeting. The Roll
Call of “What was your most
memorable Mother’s Day?” was
answered by the six members pre
sent President Elsie Rothenberger
conducted the business meeting.
Many verbal thank you’s were
received for cookie trays. Virginia
Taylor-Sloan reported that she
needs the Stanley orders as soon
as possible. Lothie Hildenbrant
gave the report from the County
Board meeting. The County Bas
ket Bingo was a success with a
profit of $3,917. This will be used
for Berks Heim and 4-H needs.
The county project this year is
“Acts of Kindness.” Ruth Walters,
county president, is checking with
Reading Emergency Shelter to see
what is needed. Virginia Sloan
read a poem “It Couldn’t Hurt” by
Sandy Egrines, from “Chicken
Soup For A Woman.”
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Lancaster Fann Women Society
18 met May 16 in the home of
Mildred Kreider and admired the
one-level living quarters recently
added. An entertaining program
was held by Martha Bowman, who
described her “make believe first”
plane ride, a skit of an “unassum
ing woman’s concern for the needs
of her new acquaintances ’midst
her own air sickness experience.
Eighteen members and two visi
tors were present. President
Martha Stoner called the meeting
to order and Ruth Rohrer led devo