Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 27, 1968, Image 1

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    VOL. 13 NO. 35
Cattle Field
Day To Be Held
By Extension
The Lancaster County Agri
cultural Extension Service, in
cooperation with the Lancaster
Livestock Exchange and the Un
ion Stock Yards Company, will
sponsor an all-day Cattlemen’s
Field Day at the Stock Yards on
Friday, August 9. According to
M. M. Smith, County Agricultur
al Agent, the program will be as
10 00 a.m. Cattle Grading
School conducted by Mr James
Anderson, U S. Marketing Serv
ice. Lancaster. (Feeders will
have a chance to grade several
gioups of feeder calves, year
lings, and fat cattle, and then
Anderson will give the official
government grade)
12 o’clock noon Box Lunch
at the Stock Yards (advance res
ervations needed —Dutch Treat.)
1:00 pm. “Trends in Mid
west Cattle Country”, Ben Noel,
Certified Livestock Markets Inc.
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Pa. Game Commission’s Triple
Trophy Award To Co. Sportsmen
Two Lancaster County sports
men earned the Pennsylvania
Game . Commission’s coveted
Triple Trophy Award during
the 1967-68 seasons, it was an
nounced this week by Informa
tion and Education Chief Roy
W. Trexler.
Stephen S. Fisher, Willow
Street Rl, and Maurice Waters,
Jr., New Providence Rl, were
among 102 state hunteis that
bagged a wild turkey, an antler
ed whitetail deer and a black
bear during the same hunting
Waters Jr., New Providence Rl, (left) and Stephen S.
Fisher, Willow Street Rl, were named by the Pennsyl-
John Harnish Is Holstein
Field Day Contest Winner
Nearly 600 persons attended
the Annual Lancaster County
Holstein Field Day, held Tues
day, at the Fultonway Farms of
J. Mowery Frey Jr., 401 Beaver
Valley Pike.
Shafer Signed Bill To
Promote And Advertise
Pa. Ag. Products
Governor Raymond P. Shafer
has signed Senate Bill 1273
which provides for marketing
programs to promote and ad
vertise Pennsylvania agricultur
al commodities
It enables producers to esta
blish, through referendums, as
sessment plans to raise funds
for promotion and advertising
of their own specific commodi
ties, and for research to benefit
their own industry.
State Secretary of Agncul
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license year. Actually, Pennsyl
vania is one of the few states
where it is possible to harvest
all three species.
This is the second year for
the award The 102 winners dur
ing the 1967-68 seasons are con
siderably more than the 67 who
qualified during the first year
of the program
“There is a rather logical ex
planation for the big increase in
winners this year,” Trexler said.
“No less than 33 of the winners
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 27,1968
In the morning judging con
test, John Harnish, 1036 Beaver
Valley Pike, had a perfect score
of 150 points to capture first
place in the Men’s Division and
the over-all John W. Eshelman
& Son challenge trophy
Glenn Kreider, 17-year old son
of Mr and Mrs Harry G Ki ei
der, Quarryville Rl, was the
Youth Division winner with
145 5 points, and Mis Paul Zim
merman led the Women’s Divi
sion with a score of 145 5
Harnish was followed by Carl
Martin, 145 5; Melvin W Lan
dis, 1417; Arthur D Wengei,
141 0, and Andrew Miller, 139 5
Mis J Robert Hess was sec
ond in the ladies gioup with
141 7, followed by Miriam Kauff
man, 138 3, Velma Hess, 137 2
and Mrs. Alpheus Ruth
Marlene Harbold was the sec
ond youth winner with 1417 -
followed by Jay Smoker, 140
Harold Weiler 139.5, and Nel
son Wenger 1383. (
(Continued on Page 6)
Rep. Hill Speaks At
Extension Meeting
“If that bill (revising the Milk
Control Commission) had been
passed, we would have seen many
dairy farms closing fast,” said
Rep Sherman L Hill at the sum
mer meeting of the Lancaster
County Agriculture and Home
Economics Extension Assn, held
Tuesday night at the Meadow
Hills Dining Hall.
Speaking on the subject, ‘‘Leg
islation and Agriculture,” Hill
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vama Game Commission this week in the list ot state
hunters who received recognition for having bagged a
turkey, a bear and a deer all in one hunting year.
(left) and John Harnish were the trophy winners at the
Lancaster County Holstein Field Day held Tuesday, at the
Fultonway Farm of J. Mowery Frey Jr., 401 Reaver Valley
Pike.- Nearly 600 farm family members and friends attend
ed the annual event. L. F. Photo
Swinemen Have Field Day
At Stauffer Homestead
The Lancaster County Swine
Association held its annual Field
Day last Saturday at Stauffer
Homestead, East Earl
The morning judsin? contest
L. F. Photos
$2.00 Per Year
included classes of Market Hogs,
Open Gilts, Bred Gilts and Sows
was won by John Henkel in the
Men’s Division with 193 5 points;
Carol Henkel in the Ladies Di-
vision with 183 3
points and Kar
en High in the
Youth Division
with 1755
points Karen al
so was awarded
a weaned gilt
fiom the host
and hostess, Mr
and Mrs. Earl
Following Henkel in the men’s
classes was Mark Nestleroth with
187 8, Ralph Horchler, 184 0;
John Burkholder, 183.5 and Rich
ai d Buckwalter, 181 8 points.
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Farm Calendar
Saturday, July 27 (today)
900 a m Lancaster’ County
4-H Horse Show, Lane Riding
Club, 2615 Columbia Ave.
Monday, July 29
10 00 a m Lancaster County
Plowing Contest, Tony
Grumelh Farm, near Nine
Points (Ram date July 31)
Tuesday, July 30
900 a m Lancaster County
4-H Dairy Show, Guernsey
Wednesday, July 31
900 am Lancaster County
4-H Dairy Show, Guernsey
(Continued on Page 10)
Henkel ,