Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 19, 1970, Image 10

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    Uuicastcr Farming. Siilnrdii.N, September 10. 1070
Paitiupatmg in FFA competition at
Iho Eastern States Exposition at Hanioid.
Conn late tins week arc, Irani lelt Mark
Campbell. Manheim FFA acl\ isoi; Cl\ do
Erb, Penn Manor FFA. pmiltr.\ judging;
Dennis Landis. Penn Manor FFA. (arm
mechanics judging, and Gerald Wolfe,
Manheim Central FFA, farm mechanics.
During FFA week at Penn State in
Lampeter Fair
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carle, to oftei to wolln \oca
tioral agrcultu.e s udents an
opportunity. to stall then own
iieid to stimulate an mteiest in
impioxed dai.\ faim pi notices
a lose £Ol faim animals, and an
actne pait in a coopeiatue en
Othei activities on Tluusdaj
will include a model an plane
demonstration the cowning of
the Fair Queen and a livestock
paiade The Queen is chosen
from contestants limited to the
10th. lit h and 12th grade gnls
enrolled at Lampeter-Slrasburg
High School
On Fndaj the \ll-Western
Horse Show will include classes
sor both afternoon and esenmg
in such areas as bairel racing
western and childiens western
western keyhole flag
race, and othtis The e\enmg
classes wdl follow the calf ;op
ing demonstration
The linal acti\it> scheduled s
the Fat Hog Consignment
Salt at 8 p m The hogs a ill be
sold in gioups of i"ao and foir,
each 2'oup consoling of agir
medium Jid ncasy weight
clashes The hot' cons gned fo;
sale a*e d ec. e-jUs of p>a: i
t Ota" O' a!
t di n ni
agj icuita e
Cert. Penni ad Barley
Norime Winter Oats
Balbo Rye
Tetra Petkus Rye
Cert. Climax Timothy
Permanent Pasture Mixes
Ph Lane. '397-3539
BROS.. Inc.
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MOUNT JOY' -PENNA. 1 ** ■' Ph. 603-1431 ~
July. WoKc placed first m the state in the
Agiicullural Electricity contest and Den
nis Landis was third in the state in the
same contest, giving both bo.\s the oppor
tune to attend the Eastern States Exposi
tion and further competition.
At Penn State. Erb placed sixth in the
state in the poultry judging contest mak
ing him eligible to attend the Exposition.
The money you spend for feed
makes more money for you,
when you choose FLORIN forti
fied Dairy Feeds. Count on it for
maximum production from your
dairy herd . . . maximum profits,
All-American Show Set
(Continued from Page 1) operation with the Pennsylvania
DcpailmeiU of Agrlcultmc and
Hieed* nnd entries arc. Ayr- ,j 1( , Pennsylvania Farm Show
shire, 241 animals; Brown Swiss, ommis.sion
174: C.uernscy. 138. Holstein,
640: Jersey, 239; and Milking One of the fe„‘.ures of the
Shorthorn, 109. They will be 1970 Pennsylvania AU-Amcvlnti
competing for $54,119 in pre- Dairy Show, which runs through
mlmums. Friday (Sept 25) will be tne
The Pennsylvania All-Amerl- Invitational Youth Dairy Cattle
can, which originated seven Judging Contest The judging
years ago, is sponsored by the contest, now in its second year,
Pennsylvania Dairy and Allied attracts teams in Collegiate, 4-H
Industries \ssocialion in co and FFA divisions.
See You
SEPTEMBER 23 - 24 - 25
ON DISPLAY A Variety of form, lawn
and garden equipment including:
• Allis Chalmers • New Holland # Starline
• Simplicity Lawn & Garden Equipment
Fine Display of
Modern General Electric Home Appliances
R. D. 3, Lititz, Po.
350 Strasburg Pike, Lancaster
Ph.: Lane. 397-5179 Strasburg 687-6002 Lititz 626-7766