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LINCOLN if-H’ERS MEET .-modeled their Jumper shifts
WITH FARM WOMEN S - they made. Third-year girls
, modeled school dresses and
Society .of Pam Women woo j skirts. One free lance
group No.. 3 met in the fire glrl modc ied * suit Leaders
(tail «t Mt Airy. The program 0 f the group are Mrs. Harold
consisted of demonstrations g g tuber, Mrs. Ivan Eberly,
by 3 6 members of the Lincoln Mrs. Ernest Hartranft and Mrs.
4-H Sewing Club. 4-H Club Stephanie Schnupp.
Society No. 3 presented pock-
H b° ofc s harmonizing with the
wndimted a-regular meeting, dresses they modeled to all the
* itb «* ** Ss- William
*° n i Z™ Eberly, president, condusted
* ere ® wh l g tn the business meeting. Auditors
demonstrations on What to were: Mrs. Willie D.
f Ce ?. “V Stober and Mrs - Adam Kopp '
ito thread a sewing machine giooiety Seal and Insigna was
and namer-aib the parts, care ,-- „ „ .
, ... . ’ . purchased from a printer to
01 be in the load Society.
New utensils and equipment
r by the com
tlie session. Second-year o nls mifctee consi gting 0 f Mrs. Earl
e chose electric heat
husband has helped build homes with all kinds
teating systems and has found electric heat saves
money in two ways. No furnace, radiators, chim-
or fuel tank is needed when the home is built
1 later on electric heat saves on cleaning, main
tance and service bills, when the home is being
s-ted. And best of all, electric heat is safe, low-cost
Operation', and fits any home design.
tfe recommend you go electric, too. It’s as low as
?er kilowatt-hour. IF YOU ARE BUILDING tell
builder you want tq he modern, you want the
you want electric heat. IF YOU ARE REMODEL-
o a ll a Reddy Kilowatt Recommended Electric
Seating” Dealer for an estimate. He is listed in
'..'X&Uew Pages under "Heating Contractors."
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• Rain and Cold
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work, delaying seed prepara
tion for fall planting, the har
vest of late potatoes and cut
ting of tobacco in Lancaster
County. Approximately half of
Lancaster’s tobacco crop has
been harvested, the service
Latschau and Mrs. Ivan Eberly.
Mrs. Raymond ,Phail was host
ess for the meeting and also
had charge of devotions.
Refreshments were served
by the hostess. Next meeting,
October 15, will honor past
presidents and charter mem
bers. It will be held at the
home of Misses Mary M. and
Ada S. Royer, Ephrata R 2.
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, September 24, 1966
Fruit growers have virtually
completed the peach harvest,
but are holding off picking late
apples, hoping they will gain
a bit better rtze.
Light frost damage was re
ported to corn in a few scat
tered sections in northern and
western counties last week.
The Crop Reporting Service
pointed out that only about
one-fourth of the state’s corn
ROW GET MORE
AT NO INCREASE IN PRICE
WITH A NEW
Girton deluxe o n
SEE US AT THE LAMPETER FAIR
end "Stop and Go" corn harvest
Superpickers now hav
A brand new feature you’ll see on
New Idea corn pickers in 1966. Thes«
powered presser wheels with life-like
rubber fingers align the ears for better
distribution, keep ears moving a long the
husking rolls. Result? Greater capacity,
cleaner corn. /
Wilbur H. Graybill A. L. Herr & Bro.
Lititz, R. D. Z Quarryville
Chas. J. McComsey
Hickory Hill, Pa.
Allen 'H. Matz
crop is far enough advanced
to be safe from frost. Most of
the corn will require two or
three more weeks of good
weather to reach maturity.
Pans are easier to clean if
they have a pronounced cmva
ture between the sides and
bottom and no ledges or rivets
on the inside where food c.m
FARM COOLING TANK
R. D. 1, Kinzers
Phone Intercourse 768-8501
A. B. C. Groff, Inc.