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60th Meeting

Agreeable to a previous arrangement, The Home
Interest met at Dr. F. Thomas, 1st mo 1st 1876,
in place of E.P.Thomas. In consequence of a
lecture to be delivered by J R Taylor at the
Lyceum. we gathered at an early hour, and
were called to order by A. E. Harshorne as
foreman, about three O'clock. As we have made
a good beginning, by meeting as early in the
first day of the year, is it not desirable to
keep it up by meeting punctually at 4, O,
clock, Soon after the house was called
to order the attention of the company was
attracted to a basket containing some extra
large parsnips, salsify, & carrots, raised by
Frederick Stabler the sight of which gave
rise to many questions as to how they were
raised, where the seed came from etc.
Philip Stabler has trouble with his celery
not bleaching. He has had much advice
in past of which he has followed, and
yet the celery is not satisfactory.

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