Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, September 19, 1970, Image 6

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—Lancaster Farming. Saturday, September 19.1970
48 Voted to ASC Committee
Forty-eight Lancaster Count)
men have been elected to post'
on the Agricultural Stabiliza
tion and Conversation Service
community committee in ballot
ing completed Mondaj
Three farmeis fiom each of
16 communities weu* chosen
The nominee who receded the
most votes in the connnum \
became chaiiman, the one \u.h
the second most rotes, vice
chairman, and the one the
third highest numbev of rotes
became a regular member.
The three elected community
'.committeemen will sene as
delegates to the count) conren
tion to elect one member and
two alternates to the county
ASC committee and to choose
the chairman and rice chair
ASC county contention will Members of the Lancaster County Agricultural Sta
be held Thuisday. Sept 24 at bilization and Conservation Committee (ASC) are
arn l,. a ” ci l*° me Center - shown early this week counting ballots for the corn
-1383 Aicadia Road. munitv committee election. From left are; Fred G.
Elected to communitj commit
tees by order of notes’ received calico. Brecknock and Clay Twp. ( io) Manheim and East Hemp- (11) Manor, Conestoga and (12) Eden, Bart and Sadshury
were: —Ray P Bollinger. John J. Ed- f l6 ld Twp—Vtinon H Charles, Pequea Twp.—B. Herbert Wig- Twp,—George H. Reinhart, Cal.
(1) Conoy. West Donegal and wards and W D. Stober D<.mel Rohrer Ji, and Willis A. gins. Carl G. Harnish and John vin D. Keene and Kenneth R,
Mt. Joy Twp—Victor F. Dormer. (6) Caernarvon. East Eail and Kilheffer C. Kindig. Murphy.
Roger Thome and Robert Bru- Earl Twp. Walter C Mat tin. i (Continued on Page 7)
baker - _ , Larry P Weaver and John E iiiMllMllimilllllillllllMlllllllllllllllillllimTimillllHlllimmillllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimiUllllUlllllllli
(2) East Donegal and West Campbell. 1
Hempfield Twp. Doraki B (7) Ephrsta, Wes: Eail and
Drager. Lewis E B.\lei and Upper Leacock Twp. Elvm
Shelly R. _ _ W. Groff. Robert E. Martin and
(3) Raphe two C.vcie H Inorman K Reeser.
Wolgem-uth. Jay M New come: (Si Salisbury and Leacock
and Jay H Rohrer. _ Twp—Chester R. Eby. Robert
(4) Penn. Warwick and Eiiz- M Mast and Amos D, Hoover
abeth Twp Fornev F Long- (9) Ea*t Lampeter. West Lam
enecker, Paul B. Kline and FI peter and Lancaster Twp B
Richard Bomberger. Suavely Garber. Harlan \
(5) West Cocalico. East Co- Keene: and Lester G Land'*
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QUALITY combining now comes in three new sizes
. . . Gleaner combine Models K. F and G. There’s one
with the capacity you need, whether you farm a
quarter-section or half the county.
The K teams a 78 h.p. engine with a 27-inch
cylinder and a 66-bushel grain tank. The F boasts up
to 93 h.p. and a 37ii-inch cylinder. The Model G
is the Giant of any harvest with a big 44-inch
cylinder and engine options to 104 h.p.
All three ha\e the exclusive Gleaner combine “sure
feed” system and traditional Gleaner combine perfor
mance and dependability. Pius added power and
capacity to meet jour growing needs.
When it conics to combines, Going Gleaner is
Going Great.
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Wolter Binkley & Son
Brown & Reo, Inc.
Elverson Supply Co.
L. T. Geib Estate
I. B. Groybill & Son
E. Musser Heisey & Son
R. D. Mt. Joy, Pa.
Heistand Bros.
Red Rose Form
Service/ Inc.
N. Church St., Quarryville
Musser Forms, Inc.
Musser's Mill
The Buck
Dovid B. Hurst
G. R. Mitchell, Inc.
Refton, Pa,
Mountville Feed Service.
Chos. E. Souder & Sons
Terre Hill
Ammon E. Shelly
E. P. Spotts, Inc.
H.M.Stauffer & Sons.