Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 18, 1970, Image 17

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    But Tourists Find Good, Relaxed, Rural Lining
Guest Farm Operator on the Go
By Mrv Charlrt McSparran
F arm Feature Writer
ytar and farrow 40 sows The
. . . „ pi«s iaie predominately while. a brochuie floating being three-way crosses of Yoik
aioirnd Lancaster County our- shllc . Du.oc and Hampshne
isls ccnleis and alii actions
which reads “The Gieen Acies Millers formerly giew 30 acies
Gut-.; Faim" and "The Countiv of tobacco but this >eai will
Home Antique Shop". Mount «iow 16 acies as thc.v uie en-
Jo\ RDI laiging the swine and guest
* , . faim cntcipnses Mis Millet
These aie only part-time, cxti a j le j ps p i ant harvest and stnp
curricular hobby jobs of Mis thc t obacco
Wajnt (Yvonne) Mil.ei who „„ ,
lives on Pinkeilon Road, south- Th p v Rlo ' v 99 aci f s f of jp ol ! 1
vest of Mount Joy, leached bj ,s P ut ««i the silo foi feed west from Lancaslei on *, n S the si / cis Hc buys coin fo.
loute 230 and just befoie enter- 1 iem and ‘•■ommc.cial feed fo.
mg Mount Joy. turning left on hogs
Longtntckei Road They giow some hay and have
„ . . , . a two acie nut giove which Mis
He full-time job is being a jj eni y (Baibaia) Millei planted
vei.v efficient faimci s wife and ]t th bave walnuts
homemakei foi her husband and pecans> ches tnuts. almonds, shell
four children Othei pa. - 'me £ arks and but , crnuts
jobs include being a pait-time .
florists helper for Ruhl’s in Even the child.en aie inteiest-
Mount Joy, interior decoratoi, 111 “ and ambitious fiume faimeis
pape.-hangei, pamtei and furm- and b el P ™ lh the fai “ P hoies
tine lefinishei foi then home, and bave then own piojccts
seamstiess, farm hand and mei- The thiee oldest children go
Mr. and Mis Miller have in fifth S‘ ade ’ E ddie * n fomth
owned and lived on this 160 acre and Dwight in thud Quentin is
faim for the past 10 years and one and a > eais °ld They
puoi to that Wayne’s patents, have chickens, ponies, dogs.
Mi and Mis Heniy Millei, sheep and labbits which aie a
owned and hved theie foi 30 delight to the Sweats chil
yeais Wayne was bom and dien who visit theie They also
laised there His patents now live have a half acie of tobacco foi
i.i Landisville and Wayne’s 93 themselves this yeai
year old grandmothei lives with Baibara, who is 10 yeais old,
them '{Continued on Page 22)
Group leaders at the tenth Summer Youth Institute of
the Pennsylvania Association of Farmer Cooperatives at
Bloomsburg State College July 12-16 discuss responsibilities
with Daryl K. Heasley, right, extension rural sociologist at
Penn State University, program chairman.
From left are. Jeffrey Risser, Leola RDI, and Clark
Stauffer, Ephrata RDI.
The institute delegates, sponsored by the Lancaster
Council of Farmer Cooperatives, were chosen to participate
in conference activities on a competitive basis
They are among 200 youths from 46 Commonwealth
counties and parts of New York State and New Jersey at
tending the educational convention sponsored by P A F C
and the Penn State College of Agriculture
Milleis (Ini,ih 150 sleet s a
to Elm Tree School Baibara is
Mrs. Miller, her hands on an old ground is an unusual piece. In the fore
spinnmg wheel, stands among some of ground are a little preserve or lard crock,
the antiques in her basement Antique a candle mold and a pie board on top of
Shop. The hanging pie safe in the back- the old spool cabinet.
USDA Recommends Against 18-Cent
Order 2 Class II Milk Price Drop
The U S Department of Ag
ncultuie has lecommended
against any change m the Class
II (manufacturing) milk price
in six northeastern Federal
milk markets
The six markets are Massa
chusetts - Rhode Island - New
Hampshire, New York - New
Jersey, Washington, D C, Dela
ware Valley, Connecticut, and
Upper Chesapeake Bay
The decision is based on testi
mony presented at a public
hearing in New Yoik, New
York, Apul 6 14
The principal pioposal, made
by the four major coopera
tives in the New York - New
Jersey (Oidei 2) maiket, would
Remove Old Flowers
Remove flowei heads of lilacs,
eail>-flowenng ihododendions,
peonies, and similar plants im
mediately after their blooming
periods, suggest extension flori
culturists at The Pennsylvania
State Umveisity
Atglen Farmer T akes
Two Suffolk Titles
Joseph P Wentz of Atglen
won two bieed giand champion
titles in the 22nd annual Key
stone Stud Ram and Ewe Show
in the Faim Show building,
Hanisbuig Fuday, July 10
Wentz’ Suffolk ram lamb
born Nov 8, 1969 was fust in
that division and his ewe lamb
born Nov 18, 1969 captmed the
other grand championship
Wentz’ only other entry, a
yearling ewe, was third m its
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brubak
Lancaster Farming. Saturday. July 18. 1970—^
have reduced the Older 2 Class should be submitted to the
II price level by 18 cents, eh- Hearing Clerk, Room 112-A,
mmated the present authorized U S Department of Agncul
maximum 10-cent per hundred- tuie, Washington, D C 20250.
weight bulk tank service Copies of the decision are
charge, and announced the class available from the market ad
and blend prices as fo b fai m ministi ators of the six markets,
prices. oi from the Dauy Division,
Another proposal made by
cooperatives in the othei noith
eastern markets would have ad
justed the Class II price level
under the other five noith
eastern ordeis to the extent of
any adjustment to the Oidei 2
Class II pi ice level
Other pi oposals considei ed at
the heaung also were denied
These included a proposal to
i educe the Ordei 2 Class I pi ice
level applicable to milk sold in
the State of New Jersey and a
pioposal to classify cieam as a
Class II product rather than
Class I as presently provided
The recommended decision
was slated to appear in the July
10 Federal Register, and ex
ceptions or comments may be
filed up to July 25 Two copies
ei, 2418 Hanisbuig Pike, Lan
castei took a second with a
Hampshire yeaihng ewe An
other Brubaker yeaihng ewe
was fourth in class, a yeaihng
ram was fourth and a ewe lamb
was fifth
Robeit R. Buch of Ephrata
was third with a Hampshue
ram and fifth with a yeaihng
Mr and Mrs Robeit D Hen portant factor in effective house
of Nix Besser Farm, Naivon fly control programs, according
RD2, was fourth in the Dorset to extension entomologists at The
yearling ewe competition. Pennsylvania State University,
Consumei and Marketing Ser
vice, U S Department of Agri
culture, Washington, DC,
Schwartz Is Assistant
Chester County Agent
John H Schwaitz has been ap
pointed assistant county agri
cultuial agent in Chestei County,
Penn Slate extension seivice has
A native of Adams County,
Schwartz piepaied foi college at
Gettjsbmg Aiea High School
and eained his bacheloi of sci
ence degiee fiom Penn State in
1970, maioung in agricultural
In college, Schwartz was a
membei ot the FFA Chapter,
Campus 4-H Club, Agricultural
Student Council, and crops judg
ing team He is a member of
Gamma Sigma Delta, agricul
tuial honoi society, Delta Theta
Sigma social fi eternity, and
Alpha Tau Mpha, agricultural
education honoi aiy fiaternity
He is woiking in the Southeast
Extension Region supeivised by
Marion R Deppen, assistant di
lectoi In Chestei County he is
associated with County Agent
Robert A Poweis and Glenn A.
Shuk, associate county agent,
with offices in the Courthouse,
West Chestei
Control Flies
Sanitation is still the most im*