Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 11, 1967, Image 1

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School of Agriculture
Patterson Bldg. i6B§2
University Park, Pa. 7 **lZ
VOL. 12 NO. 50
are from the Parm Womai’s Society No.
17, ope-of f ten different -societies which,
and .Health Socie-
Farm Women Help Health Group
With Christmas Seal Campaign
Lancaster County .Farm
Women have taken a hand in
the preparing of the Christmas
Seal letters, according to Mrs.
Richard K. Reinhold, Program
Assistant. _
Mrs. Reinhold toldi Lancas
ter Farming that ten different
local-*Parm (Women’s Societies
Mast Has The
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A stretchy Summer Year
ling Hereford shown by J. K.
Mast; Conestoga Meadow
Farms; Morgantown, took the
breedrchampion-of-show honors
Tuesday afternoon, at the
Pennsylvania Livestock Expos-,
ition in Harrisburg. The red
white face steer topped the
open show and was then pick
ed above the breed winners in
the Junior show held Monday
In, the Angus show, Mast
also had) a first place in the
Junior Yearling class and he
stood third an the 'Summer
Yearling class; sixth and sev
enth in the Senior Calf class
and fourth- in the Group of
See Photo Page 13
(Cbntinued on Page 10)
Farm Calendar
Sunday, November 12
12-21 National Grange meet
dng in Syracuse, N.Y.
Monday, November 13
8:00 p.m. ~ Garden Spot Zone
Annual Meeting, Agway Inc.,
‘Pena. Manor High School,
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, November 11,1967
ty of Lancaster County. The women are;
(left' to right), Mrs. Everett Kreider,
Quarryville Rl, Secretary of the County
Association; Mrs. John O’Donnell, Dru
more; Mrs.. .Richard Lfefever, Quarry-
Wille : Rl; arid, Sprout,
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helped with the envelope stuff
ing during the month of Sep
terober. Approximately 70,000
envelopes were prepared.
, Fred j Muth> re tired execu
tive of Armstrong Cork Com
pany has been named chaur
man of the 1967 Christmas
,g e£d Campaign for the Tuber
culosis and Health Society of
L ”'“‘ el ' Cou,ltl, ■
The traditional Christmas
Seals, which this year depict
an o i d .fashioned steam rail
road train, are in the mails
and the campaign wall get un
officiaUy on Tuesday,
November 14, with a state-wide
f r^? on ? + SO u e fa le n
be elld at the StrasbUrg Rail
roaa -
Mr. Muth said, “We. are
pleased that the Pennsylvania
TB and Health Society has
chosen Lancaster County’s ibor
ough of as the site
of the Pennsylvania campaign
kick-off and we are grateful to
the board of directors of the
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Junior Show Monday, held as part of the Pennsyl
vania Livestock Exposition, - (left to right) Suzanne
Farm-City Banquet
The - Lancaster County
Farm-City Week Banquet will
be held Thursday evening at
Dutch Town and Country Inn.
All farmers are urged to at
M. M. Smith, Agricultural
County Agent, said this week,
“The importance of this ban
quet cannot be over stressed.
For the seventh time in re
cent years, the business and
agriculture communities will
be drawn together as a group
to discuss mutual problems
and activities.
Dr. Russell E. Larson, Dean
of the College of Agriculture,
Pennsylvania State LTniver
sity, has accepted the Com
mittee’s invitation to deliver
the main address at the ban
quet. Dr. Larson’s subject will
be “The Telescoped Evolu
tion” a discussion on state
and national conditions con
cerning agriculture.
In addition, there will be
brief reviews of the recent
trends of our County’s indus
trial and agricultural econo
mic climate.
Broderick Speaks To The
Conservation Convention
Pen n s y Ivania’s Lieutenant
Governor, Raymond J. Broder
ick, told the 20th Annual State
Convention of the Soil and Wa
ter Conservation Thursday eve
ning, that the limited constitu
tional convention approved by
the voters last May was “the
greatest single opportunity the
people of Pennsylvania have
had to make our government
better in almost 100 years
Broderick, speaking to a be
fore dinner gathering in the
banquet room at the Host Town
Motel, quoted W.lLam Penn
as saying, “‘Governments, like
clocks, go from the motion
ERICK (center), spoke at the Soil and Water Conserva
tion Convention at the Host Town Motel, Thursday
evening. Standing left is County Agent M. M. Smith and
On the right is Amos Funk, chairman of the local district.
L. F. Photo
Lancaster County Group
Is Best At Exposition
A group of stretchy 4-H
Black Angus steers that all
showed as Summer Yearlings,
took Lancaster County to the
top of the combined 4-H and
PFA Best Five (from one
county) Class, Monday, at the
11th An n u a 1 Pennsylvania
Livestock Exposition in Har
Showing 3rd, 4th, sth, 7th
Oberholtzer; Sharon Weaver; Sheryl Weaver; Rick
Kreider and Gary Dean. L. F. Photo
$2 Per Yeai
men give them, and as govern
ments are made and moved by
men, so by them they are ruin
ed, too Let men be good and
the government cannot be bad
if it be ill, they will cure
it.' Pennsylvania has been ill
for many years,” he said.
The convention will convene
in Harrisburg on December 1
of this year and must termin
ate on February 29, 1968.
The Lieut. Gov listed four
subjects to have recommended
changes at the convention; 1,
The Judiciary; 2, Local Gov
ernment; 3, Taxation and Fi
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and 9th in a class of 40 head,
the 'Lancaster youths in the
top group included: Sheryl
Weaver, Rick Kreider, Suzanne
Oberholtzer, Sharon Weaver
and Gary Dean.
A Shorthorn, shown by Lynn
Heistand, Manheim R 4, also
gave Lancaster county one of
the three breed grand cham
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