Betty Vandherhorst Interview
Harper, Zenobia (Interviewer)
Betty Vanderhorst grew up in Plantersville. Her father owned his farm, and she and the rest of her siblings would help. She discusses why she mostly stayed inside to do her chores, including one incident with feeding the family hog. She remembers the spirit of the community throughout Plantersville, where neighbors would help neighbors.
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Vanderhorst, Betty and The Athenaeum Press, "Betty Vandherhorst Interview" (2021). Plantersville Oral Histories, 2019-2021. 22.