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S— Lancaster Farming, Saturday. December 13.1969
THE NEW Jamesway Volume Belt
Cattle Feeder was unveiled last Friday for
65 dealers of the Jamesway Division of
Butler Manufacturing Co., at the Holiday
Inn. The group took a field trip to the farm
of John Fritz & Son, Lincoln Highway East
in the morning and held their sales meet
ing in the afternoon. A new barn ventila-
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Harvestore Pioducts, 111, will
speak on the subject “Managing
Change” On Wednesday the pro
gram calls for discussion of
young farmer public relations
and building young farmer pro
Special ladies programs are
planned for both Tuesday and
Wednesday morning featuring
Funk's-G Wins Silage
Competition 3 Years
In A Row
In 1967, 1968, and 1969
Funk’s G-Hybrids won over
all others in the Pennsylvania
Forage Progress Days com
petition. Dramatic proof of
Funk’s silage superiority!
This yeai’s winner was Lee Kutz
of Berks Co He planted Lancas
ter County’s silage favorite . .
G-5757 By official judgment, 3
years in a row, Funk’s G-Hy-
Dnds are tops for silage
A. H. Hoffman
Landkville, Pa. 898-2261
tion system to control fresh air was also
among new products announced at the
event. Local men attending the meeting
are (left to right) John Rineer, John Bel
stra and Paul Kauffman. Rineer and
Kauffman are representatives of Landis
Brothers Inc. and Belstra is Field Repre
sentative for Jamesway.
lady editors from Farm Journal with Robert Martin in charge.
~ . , . rii Tours will go to the New Holland
Magazine and tours of local and Penn Manor areas
faims will be conducted Monday
and Tuesday afternoon by the Patient Pedestrians Make
Garden Spot Young Farmers Fewer Pedestrians Patients.
FOR A WONDERFUL
LAY A WAY NOW!
Farmers Take Note;
OUR DAIRY SUPPLY STORE
IS FULLY EQUIPPED TO
MEET YOUR NEEDS!
PRODUCTS CO., INC.
N. Bridge St.,
Coolers . . . Everything!
Phone 215 593-5187
Blending and Mixing of Fibers
Blending of fibers is done be
fore spinning a yarn from exact
proportions of different fibers,
explains Mrs. Ruth Ann Wilson,
Penn State extension clothing
specialist. A blend may consist
of synthetic and natural fibers,
combinations of synthetics, or
combinations of natural fibers.
A fiber mixture is achieved af
ter spinning by twisting to
gether two or more strands of
spun yarn or continuous fila
ment. A fabric mixture may
consist of a mixture of yarns or
wrap yarns of one fiber and fill
ing yarns of another fiber.
The stylized flower print is a
peasant look pattern much in
evidence in children’s cotton
fashions, according to Mrs. Ruth
Ann Wilson, Penn State eicten
, sion clothing specialist. Tiny
People Cause Forest Fires prints often are quilted and used
The three main causes of for- f or jumpers with a flared A-line
est fires are men, women and shape> White cotton blouses
children, reminds Eugene Me- tr i mme d with embroidery or
Namara, chief forest fire ward- are usually worn with
en of the Pennsylvania Depart- ese quilted cotton jumpers;
ment of Forests and Waters. —— —— r
Forestry extension specialists losses of timber, wildlife, and
at The Pennsylvania State Uni- property can be avoided if we
versity caution that serious all really try to be careful.
Dairy feeds at dif
ferent prices do not
have the same pro
ductive value. You
usually get what you
pay for. Lower-priced
dairy feeds often pro
duce less milk and
make less profit.
RED ROSE DAIRY FEEDS are the feeds you should use.
These feeds (available in many protein levels) enable a cow
to produce up to her inherited capacity. In the long run you
can make more money above feed cost with high quality
Red Rose Dairy Feeds. The price per ton is relatively unim
portant. What is important are the results! If you use sup
plements, again Red Rose has one suited to your need.
Be determined to earn more money from your dairy herd
this season. Decide to use Red Rose Dairy Feeds. So, why
not call your dealer, now.
Walter Binkley & Son
Brown & Rea, Inc.
Elvcrson Supply Co.
Henry E. Garber
R. D. 1. Elizabethtown, Pa.
L. T. Geib Estate
I. B. Graybill & Son
E. Musser Heisey & Son
R. D. #2, Mt. Joy, Pa,
Red Rose Form
N. Church St., Quarryville
• Form Cobndor
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Farmers meeting, Vo-Ag
7:30 p.m. Farm and Homo
Foundation Directors meet.
Farm and Home Center.
Wednesday, Dec. 17
8:00 p.m. 4-H Baby Beef and
Lamb Club meets, Farm
and Home Center.
David B. Hurst
Martin's Feed Mill, Inc.
R D. 3, Ephrata, Pa,
Mountville Feed Service
Musser Farms, Inc.
Chas. E. Sander & Sons
Ammon E. Shelly
E. P. Spotfs, Inc.
H. M. Stauffer & Sons,