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HONORARY CHAPTER FARMERS Field Rep.; Linford Martin, Chapter Pre named at the Garden Spot High School sident; Charles B. Hoober, Farm Equip- FFA Banquet last Friday night are: (left ment and Walter S. Martin, Chapter Pre to right) John E. Campbell, Dairy Farm- sident’s Father. Not present for the photo- THE 1969 GRASSLAND CHAPTER SWEETHEART, er; Jacob H. Musser, Disease Dept., Vic- graph was James Roth, Personnel, Victor Miss Sheryl Weaver, (left) was presented a jacket at the tor Weaver, Inc.; Jerry Shaffer, PP & L Weaver, Inc. L. F. Photo annual FFA Banquet held at the Garden Spot High School _ 1* L Field Representative; James ™ ay in ™ g s. L E i ten ? ng congratulations are Miss Donna Grassland Chapter Has Banquet Roth> personnel, Victor Weaver, £ oht ,1968 Sweetheart and Lester Bowman, County Vice- Tbe Grassland FFA Chapter Kenneth Weber were featured In^: C - B - H°°^ er > Sr -> Hoober • • °*° of the Garden Spot High School on the program. Both are mem- Son oiw « Int er- Chapter degrees were given held their annual Parent and bers of the local cha P ter - toed Panned East Eari r£ and the star de S ree winners Son Banquet last Friday night In the special recognition pro- Jacob H. Musser, Disease Dept., were named as follows: Nelson at the high school. The National gram, six adults were made Victor Weaver, Inc. and John E. Weaver, Star Red Rose Chapter FFA Vice President, Glenn S. Honorary Chapter Farmers. Campbell, Dairy Farmer, New Farmer; Linford Martin, Star Weber and the State Secretary, They are: Jerry Shaffer, PP & Holland Chapter Farmer and Nelson ■Jf Farm Management Profit-Tip from Organic Plant Food How to profit with a r knowledgeable fertilizer dealer A competent fertilizer (dealer is one of your most Important farm manage ment consultants. This counsel can help to in crease your management effectiveness and reduce your fertilizer work-load. Soil fertility specialist A good dealer is more than a salesman-he’s a soil fer tility specialist who can provide you with all the necessary fertilizer infor mation you need to plan and reach high yield goals. Complete program Re can help you plan a complete soil fertility pro gram by making a field-by-field analysis of yourfarm to decide how much Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Po tash plus micronutrients are needed for maximum yields. Apply recommended amounts, and you’ll ORGANIC PLANT FOOD CO. P. O. Box 132 • Grofftown Rood • Lancaster, Penna. 17604 < Phone 392-4963 » t , farm management team. Think of us as your fertility management consultants. We’re ready—right now— to help you plan this season’s requirements. Ask about our program of direct application anhydrous ammonia & bulk-spread P & K. Call us, we’ll come to see you. @ Anhydrous Ammonia Lancaster Farming, Saturday, March 22.1969—5 achieve your pre-planned high yield goals. Changing world of chemical fertilizers A farm manager doesn’t always have time to stay current with the world of chemical fertilizers. But your local fertilizer dealer has to. He’ll keep you up to date and informed on all significant advancements. We’re here to help Make us a part of your Martin, Star Green Hand. Lin ford Martin also won the Bank ers Award, the FFA Creed Con test and the Leon M. Graybill Memorial Award. In the Foundation Awards, Merlin E. Snader won he Pub lic Speaking Award; Scott Weaver, Argi-Business; Lester Bowman, Mechanics, Nelson Weaver, Dairy; Jacob Musser, Livestock and Robert Sedfrit, Soil and Water Management The new 1969 Chapter Sweet heart is Miss Sheryl Weaver. Donna Loht, 1968 Sweetheart, presented Miss Weaver with a jacket. Given speciil certificates of appreciation were these busi nessmen and farmers: James L. Cebular, Jr., president of the New Holland Jaycees; Stanely D Deen, English teacher,. .Gar den Spot High: John Hess, New Holland Supply, Inc.; C. B. Hoober, Jr., Hoober and Son Farm Implements; Mose Hoch stetler, personnel, Victor Weav er, Inc; Larry R. Weaver, Live stock Farmer, New Holland Rl; and Everett Newswanger, editor, Lancaster Fanning Newspaper. • Holstein (Continued from Page 1) with liquid manure handling and the Wernersville State Hospital Farm with 79 milking cows and a herd average of 15,825 pounds of milk and 602 pounds of but terfat. The tour committee, Paul Zimmerman, John Herr and John Landis have arranged for the buses to leave the Lancaster Shopping Center at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, April 2. The cost including a full course ham dinner will be $5 00 per person. Reservations must be made by March 25. • 4-H Tractor (Continued from Page 1) Hoober were as follows: First Year (1) Jay Landis, Lititz R 3; (2) Jim Greider, Columbia R 2; Second Year (1) David Leaman, 2051 Butter Road, Lancaster; (2) Jay Zimmerman* Ephrata Rl: Third Year (1) Ray Weidman, Schoeneck; (2) Jeff Frey, Willow St. Rl. Fourth Year (1) Glenn Kreider, Quarryville Rl; (2) James Kilheffer, Manheim Rl. Hazardous Occupation (1) David Martin, Manheim Rl; (2) Robert Mellinger, Strasburg Rl. A film on Safety was also shown at the meeting. It’s Original The statue of Winged Victory in the Louvre is the originail. When found on the island df Samothrace in 1863, the statue was in many fragments but they were later carefully united.