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I went to the Key Bank for
my farm loan. J*
There’s a real fanner’s banker
there —Stanley Musselman. He JPI
knows farming as well as I do.
He gave me some good advice 11
on planning for profitable man- Hll • *»
agement even had some ideas l^ T g_ •’ 1
on how I could improve my op
eration. That’s the kind of banking service that suits
me fine. THE xtv
LANCASTER COUNTY. FARMERS national
LANCASTER • QUARRYVILLE • MOUNT JOY • CHRISTIANA • COLUMiIA
MEMBER FD I C.
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60 REGISTERED & TOP GRADE
HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE
Sale to be held in the dairy barn arena at the Aberdeen
Sales Co. in Churohville, Harford Co., Md., located on Md.
Rt. 22, 6 mi. east of Bel Air, Md., (via U.S. Rt. 1) and 6 mi.
west of Aberdeen, Md., (via U.S. Rt. 40 or Kennedy High
FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1969
at 8:00 P.M. EST
James Carter of Brampton, Ontario is shipping 30 head
of top registered and grade Holstein Ist calf heifers for this
sale of which approximately 15 will be fresh.
There will be other consignments of fine cattle from top
local herds. Plan .to attend this sale if you need additional
v replacements. -
All cows are T.B. Accredited, Certified Bangs Free, and
tested within 30 days of sale. Freshening dates, breeding and
due dates and milk weights will be available.
ABERDEEN SALES COMPANY
Night: 301-734-7105 301-272-1368
BATTERIES 20% «
- 1 Plus Your Old Battery
TOBACCO PAPER I -J v c
50 LB. ROLLS ,b
TRACTOR CABS *260.
$5.95 Value ONLY *|,97 each
FULL LINE OF
C B. HOOBSR & SON
Intercourse, Penna. Phone 768-8231
(Continued from Pace 1)
, moic than two applications, it
local contact person, said Wed- j S planned to have an elimination
nesday afternoon that each 4 II contest during Christmas vaca-
District is eligible to send two tion Forms for application may
contestants and should there be be obtained from Balmer or by
PUREBRED GUERNSEY SALE
Thursday, Btcimbtr 11, 12:30 Noon
At llio Ass’ii Silts Pa\ illott, IjtmiiMit, Pa
Gf» lit acl td Po\vs» 11 111«( I ami 1-I (Mm n lit if» t s
\a< i llanos (.Vil T II At t ltd
Tht s iks includes V» h< id from Mrs I*ll.i Ko-hon, Iloadiim,
ht r t ntlro h» id aftti < tilling I", whit h ha\t goin to Hi. butt h« i
Other consignments irom Mich populai owmrs as Wood.uits,
Prinution, N I P I. and M Iv Hnnnit i man. Non Mown <*l«>\ -
erlaml Fat ms I).ilr\, Plio*nl\, Md . Richard Aknllt, K.ti miinr*
ton fonn , Dan Hauls, \»waih, Dtl «u
This is the last (»u« rrvM \ sab this m,u ♦ piobabU won t
ha\ c anotlui one till lil« In Ft hruai % This is tlu tmi* to
Mock up with wmln fieMiemis to get \uin bigg* M milk th» < k
Sal* Managed By:
FENVA. GUERNSEY BREEDERS’ ASS’N.
F.O. Box 458 Camp Hill, Fa., 17011
1970 SALE DATES
Equipment' Implements Machinery
MARTIN'S SALE BARN
Blue Ball, Pa , Lancaster County
Wed., Jan. 7 1970 at 9:00 A.M.
Wed., Jan. 21 1970 at 9:00 A.M.
Wed., Feb. 4 1970 at 9:00 A.M.
Wed., Feb. 18 1970 at 9:00 A.M.
Wed., Mar. 4 —1970 at 9:00 A.M.
Wed., Mar. 18 —1970 at 9:00 A.M.
We sell on commission.
PAUL Z. MARTIN
Ph. (717) 354-6671
Plant PIONEER "New Generation" Hybrids
Ask your Pioneer Salesman
about these Outstanding Varieties
/ \ brand
•IjIZJ SEED CORN
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, December 6,1969
writing the Pa. Guernsey Breed
ers' Assn at Box 458 'in Camp
Hill, Pa 17011. They must be
forwarded to the State office by
Should thcic bo a National
Contest in connection with the
American Guernsey Cattle Club
Annual Meeting in May, the
winners in the state contest will
be eligible to go
Contest rules aie as follows:
1 Each candidate must be a
paid-up member of a State Jun
ior Guernsey Breeders’ Associa
tion ($2 00)
2 Candidates must be 16 years
of age and not over 21 as of
3 Each candidate must enter
on an official entry blank with
signatuie of paients or guardian.
4 Each candidate must be ac
tive with a Guernsey project
5 Each candidate is responsi
ble for their own expenses in
connection with the contest.
6 At the State Contest a Jun
ior Guernsey Queen will be se
lected and a first lunner-up nam
7 Each contestant will have
to submit a 300 word essay on
the subject “WHAT FARM
LIFE MEANS TO ME,” to be
submitted with the entry blank.
• Form Calendar
(Continued from Page 1)
Monday, Dec. 8
8-10 —Farm Income Tax Short
Course, Nittany Lion Inn,
10 00 a.m —Agway Tobacco Mar
keting meet, New Holland
1 30 p.m —Agway Tobacco Mar
keting meet, East Petersburg
Tuesday, Dec. 9
9-10—District 4 H Beef Show,
9 15 a.m.—Poultry Waste Meet,
Farm and Home Center.
Wednesday, Dec. 10
IOrOO a.m.—Poultry Waste Tour,
leave Farm and Home Cen
7.30 pm. Lancaster County
Soil and Water District Di
rectors meet, Farm and
Thursday, Dec. 11
7.30 p m —County 4-H Holstein
Club Christmas Party, Farm
and Home Center.
Plant Roses During Late Fall
•Roses can be planted during
the late autumn or even into
early winter, says a Pennsylvania
State University correspondence
course on rose gardening Fall
planted roses need soil mounded
about them 6 to 12 inches deep.
A mulch should be added when
winter weather becomes severe
for extra protection. For the
rose course, send your name and
address with two dollars to Roses
Box 5000, University Park, Pa..
16802. There are no other charg
es and a complete course comes
to you by mail. Make checks
payable to The Pennsylvania
Our word ‘bayonet’ comes
:rom Bayonne, France, where
they were first made. _
Stockers & Feeders
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