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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, April 22,1967
• Chieaao SLAUGHTER STEERS
' .I j , n o. Prime 1180-1375 lbs. 25.75-26.-
(Continuod from Page 2) 2 ? with 7 loads at latter price.
strong to 50 higher. Bulls were High Choice and Prime 1050-
steady throughout the period. 1400 lbs. 25.00-26.00, Choice 900-
In the carlot dressed meat 1400 lbs. 23 75-25.00, Mixed
Itadc, steer beef was 50-1 00 Good and Choice 23 00-24.25,
lower while heifer beef was Good 22.00-23.50, Standard and
75-100 lower. However, Utility Low Good 20.50-22.50, several
and Commercial cow beef sold loads of Choice and Prime 1450-
1.00-150 highei and Conner and 1525 lbs, with mostly No. 5
Cutter cow beef was steady. cutability 23.00-24.25.
7th Annual Spring Feeder Sale
500 HEAD 500
(75 Angus Cows with Calves at side)
ABERDEEN SALES COMPANY
LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET
Located on Md. Rt. 22. 6 mi. east of Bel Air, Md, 6 mi.
west of Aberdeen, Md.. in Churchville, Harford Co, Md., on
SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1967
at 1:00 p.m. Sharp
All cattle will be soited and graded and sold in lots to
suit buyers Cattle will be sold on out weights. Cattle will
be accepted (2) days prior to sale.
Trucking sei \ ice will be available.
For further mfoi mation. contact the following.
ABERDEEN SALES COMPANY Phone 734-6050
Livestock Auction Market (Night) 734-7105
Abeideen, Md 21001 (Night) 272-1368
Col. John H. O’Neill, Auctioneers, Col. Kent R. Ferrell, Jr.
166 REGISTERED GUERNSEYS AT AUCTION
Monday, April 24,1967 10:00 A.M.
at the farm, Nottingham, Pa.
Farm Location: The farm is located in Cecil County, Maryland,
on Shelton Road off Md. Rt. 273, IVi miles east of Calvert Blinker
light which is at intersection of 273 & 272.
William A. Shelton, owner
Selling 1 Bull 79 Cows 34 Bred Heifers 52 Open Heifers
Fully acci edited for TB and Bangs Vaccinated
The Puddington herd was founded over 20 years ago and built on
the blood of top sires included in the herd today are 38 daugh
ters of Liseter Bi illiant Flash, 37 daughters of Wyno Saints King
and 12 daughters of Langwatei Majesty. The cattle are well
grown, have been on continuous test with a 9500 lb. herd aver
age. 75 cows and heifeis due to calve from July 1 thru Decem
ber. If you need fall milk now is the time to buy it. The
open heifeis die an outstanding giowthy group.
For catalogues oi furthei information call:
Wm. Shelton or the Meiiyman Company
John B. Merrymom, Auctioneer
Phone 771-4321 Office
area (301) 771-4624 Home
Call us now and insure prompt
service this Spring
Get the MOST for your DOLLAR
from DRY NITROGEN Materials
TOP DRESS EARLY FOR
WHEAT 45 lbs. I
BARLEY -30 lbs. | “ N “' acre
PASTURES 100 lbs.- Nit. per acre
Call Us Now
ORGANIC PLANT FOOD CO.
Grofftown Road, Near Waterworks Lancaster
Phone (301) 398-0492 - Res.
(215) 932-2550 - Office
DRUMORE CLUB SEES FILM
ON AGRICULTURE CAREERS
by Ronald Lehman, reporter
The Drumore 4-H Club held
its second meeting of the year
Tuesday evening, April 18, at
the Chestnut Level Church
The meeting was attended
by approximately 15 members,
most of them new to the club.
Entertainment was supplied
by a movie on agriculture and
its opportunities, entitled “Dy
namic Careers”. Refreshments
were supplied by Linda De-
Long, vice president.
The officers of the club are
as follows - president, Mary
Douts; vice president, Linda
DeLong; secretary, Donna
Krantz; treasurer, Wayne Le
fever; repoiter, Ronald Leh
man; song leader, Richard
Fowl; game leaders, Alice Leh
man and Pamela Lewis, coun
ty council icpresentative, Lin
The next meeting will be
held Tuesday, May 16, at the
GARDEN SPOT ELECTS
TOM HOUSER PRESIDENT
by Lynn Royer, reporter
Tom Houser, Lampeter, was
elected president of the Lan
caster County Gaiden Spot 4-H
club at an oigamzational meet
ing Tuesday evening, April 18,
at the Smoketown Elemental y
Other officers elected were
vice president, Avernl Royer,
2025 Oregon Pike, secietary.
Jay Weaver, 475 Mt Sidney
Rd; assistant secretary, Jeff
rey Risser, Leola Rl, treasur
er, Ken Risser, Leola Rl,
game leaders, Susan Ruhl, 2425
Old Philadelphia Pike, and
Dale Weaver, 475 Mt Sidney
Rd, song leader, Philip Ruhl,
2425 Old Philadelphia Pike;
and reporter, Lynn Royer, 2025
County Council representa
tives are Avernl Royer and
Jim Landis, 143 Pitney Road
Mew John Deere
The new John Deere 480 Mower' and (
Conditioner is a timesaver. In one-pass 'r<
through the field it cuts, conditions, ! and
windrows an 8-foot 9-mch swath.
live feeding in every crop condition.
Fast roll speed, large roil diameter, and
wide roll opening practically eliminate
conditioner plugging and wrapping.
See us soon about a new 480 Mower W&jjflß
and Conditioner. Use our Credit Plan.
C’hiistiana LY 3-5687 Elm
Landis Bros. Inc. A. 8. C. Groff, Inc. M. S. Yearsley & Sons
Lancaster 393-3906 New Holland 354-8001 West Chester 609-3990
HOSSLER, NESTLEROTH president Nancy Nestleroth
REVERSE OFFICES IN would serve as president for
ELM-PENRYN 4-H CLUB the coming year, and presi
. „ , dent Mike Hossler would be
by Dale Ulrich, reporter come vice president.
Members of the Elm-Penryn The 14 members present re
-4-H Community Club voted at ceived their project books, and
a meeting Monday night at games were enjoyed by every
the Penryn Fire Hall to re- one.
verse the top office holders The next meeting will be
they elected at the reorganiza- held May 15, at which time
tion meeting on March 20. a film will be shown.
it was decided that vice (More4-H News Page7'
MILES W. FRY & SON
Frysville, Ephrata R 3, Pa. 17522
HYBRID POPLARS o good tree.
FENNGIFT CROWNVETCH o faultless
slope cover with good forage-crop poten
tial- Certified seed and crowns available.
QUARTER HORSE SALE
Monday Eve., April 24th at 6 P.M.
Martin’s Sale Stables
Blue Ball, Pa., Lancastei County
Sale Limited to 75 Head.
Registered Horses Sold First
And All Papers Must Be In Order.
PAUL Z. MARTIN
PH. (717) 354-6671
Pony Sale May 1,1967
P B GUERNSEY SALE
Thursday, April 27,1967 12:30 Noon
At the Ass’n. Sales Pavilion, Lancaster, Pa.
4 BULLS 30 COWS 6 BRED & 9 OPEN HEIFERS
30 will be recently fresh by sale date.
A few of the bred heifers due later in the fall.
We can honestly say that never before did we offer cattle
with such outstanding records and pedigrees in any of our
Four top bulls, three by “Nance”. Dam’s records over
21,000#M on one, another with 5 class leading records, one
over 18,000#M, another over 16,000#M as a 3 year old. A “Top
Command” son, dam with over 13,600#M. : ' j
On the females, many have records seldom equaled in the
This sale follows two large dispersals in Penna., and the
weather may be tempting to go out in the field to do spring
work. Those who take time out to come to the sale, we predict
will get the years’ best bargains.
SALE MANAGED BY:
PENNA. GUERNSEY BREEDERS’ ASS’N.
P. O. BOX 458 CAMP HILL, PA. 17011
Shotzberger's Wenger Implement Co.
665-2141 Buck BU 4-4467
7 ’ M Hll