Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 17, 1970, Image 22

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    22—Lancaster Farming. Saturday. October 17.1970
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The Baron Stiegel Lions Club of Brick
erville last week honored the Cloister FFA
Chapter of Ephrata for outstanding
achievement on the state level, and pre
sented four chapter members with $lO
checks to help with expenses of trips they
are taking. From left to right are: Jay
Zimmerman, Ephrata RDI, holding a
Baron Stiegel Lions Club
Honors Four FFA Youths
Four members of the Cloister
FFA Chaptei weie recognized at
the October 8 dmnei meeting of
the Baron Stiegel Lions Club of
Clay and Elizabeth Townships at
Polly’s Restauiant near Bncker
The four boys were each
aw aided a check for $lO to be
used to help defray expenses for
trips which the boys won on the
state and national level
Ken Sensenig of Ephrata RD2
placed second in the Pennsyl
vania FFA Poultry Judging con
test held at Penn State in June
and was selected to be on the
Pennsylvania team to compete
in the national contest being
held this week at the National
FFA Convention in Kansas City,
Jay C Zimmeiman of Ephrata
RDI and Rick Pfautz of Stevens
RDI will also accompany the
State delegation to Kansas City
bj charter bus
Jay was awaided a tup to the
National FFA Convention foi
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trophy he received for being named Lan
caster County Star Farmer; Marlin Smok
er, Stevens RDI; Ken Sensenig, Ephrata
RD2; Rick Pfautz, Stevens RDI, receiving
a check, and Allen Stober, Baron Stiegel
Lions Club president, presenting the
being named Lancaster County
Star Farmer. Jay is past chair
man of the Chapter Safety Com
mittee and will receive the
National Gold emblem Chapter
Safety Award Rick, vice presi
dent of the Cloister Chapter,
will receive the National Gold
Emblem Chapter Proficiency
award for the chapter.
Marlin Smokei, Stevens RDI,
won a trip to the Eastern States
Exposition at Springfield, Mass
with the Pennsylvania FFA
Dairy Products judging team
The checks were presented by
Lions president Allen Stober of
Hopeland. The theme of the
meeting was FFA and Faimers
night. Numeious FFA and fann
er guests were piesent.
Phil Oglme, county FFA ad
visor and vo-ag teacher at Gar
den Spot High School, presented
Jay with his Star Farmer trophy
Oglme discussed county FFA
activities and the impoitance of
Carl Graybill, Cloister FFA ad-
Your family can have a confident feelfng when
you’re in the feediot. Sturdy John Deere Chuck
Wagons have a throwout bar right where you need
it...on mixing chamber front and alongside tho
discharge opening. Beaters and bed conveyor halt
instantly whenever pressure is applied to this safety
bar. Stop in and check out the details soon.
Wenger Implement, Inc.
Hie Buck 284-4141
visor, and Cliff Grube, Warwick
FFA advisor, were present and
introduced their FFA Chapter
members and discussed chapter
Charles Ackley, vo-ag teacher
of Ephrata High School, was m
charge of the meeting and gave
a colored slide prsentation of
FFA and vo-ag'actmties in local
Imitation Margarine
Among the margarines today
are cartons labeled “imitation
margarine” This margannf is
maiked “low-calorie” and with
moie emphasis than the word
“imitation” The list of ingre
dients as requned by law tells
the story, points out Harold E.
Neigh, extension consumer eco
nomics specialist, The Pennsyl
vania State University. Food
standaids lequue margarine to
have 80 per cent fat. Since low
calone margarines have only
about half that amount, they are
lequued by law to be labeled
“imitation ”
125 Chuck Wagon