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B—Lancaster8 —Lancaster Farming. Saturday, August 5.1967
A FFA Hoa Show School. Although he is present-
?!L n working In a garage, his
(Continued liom Page I) anibltlon is to eventually have
17 Gruber of A & B Packing a farm of his own. Not sur-
Co„ Allentown. noted: "This pilsingly. he plans to special
is the kind of confoimution we izc in hog pioduction.
like to see .. . fully muscled. The resene title this year
I doubt that this animal will went to Bail Stauffer, Ephra
have more than one-inch of ta Rl. for his open class cham
backfat" pion Dmoc lightweight. The
The son of Mr. and Mrs. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Earl Fisher. Bob is a 1987 Stauffer. Bail is a member of
graduate of Garden Srot High I* l6 Ephiata High School Clois-
AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING DEALERS
Farmers Supply Co,
215 E. Fulton St.
Oi game Plant Food
Gi off town Road
Mai tin’s Hardware
J. B. Zimmerman
Gehman’s Feed Mill
John B. Kurtz
Martin’s Feed Mill
Hollinger’s Farm Market,
Farmersville Equip. Co.
J. C. Walker & Sons
Gideon L. Fisher
John J. Hoober
M. D. Kern Hardware
® - MH3O is the U S Rubber reg trademark for its growth
regulant. U S Rubber Co, Chemical E msion Naugatuck, Conn
P. L BOHRER & BR0„ ING.
Plant Food Store
H. Jacob Hoober
Kirkwood Feed & Grain
Roy A. Stoltzfus
Eby’s Mill, Inc.
Earl Sauder, Inc.
John J. Hess II
Lancaster Bone Fertilizer
M. B. Gregg, R#3
J. B. Zimmerman & Son
Weaver’s Farm Equip.
Gideon E. Fisher
West Willow Farmers
E. D, Kurtz
Lebanon Chemical Co.
ROBERT FISHER, East Earl Rl, at the FFA Hog Show. The 205-pound
displays his second rosette in as many Hampshire barrow brought 49 cents a
years for having the grand champion pound at the sale Tuesday afternoon.
ter FFA Chapter Although he er in the showmanship com- FFA hogs which followed the
finished runnerup to Fisher for petition show brought in a whopping
the champion hog title, Stauf- SALE LOWER $13,789 79, individual and av
fer reversed that standing lat- Although the sale of the (Continued on Page 9)
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