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Some 24 tractors from Leban
on. Chester, Berks and Lancas
ter Counties competed in the
llrtl tractor puli at the Rou«h
and Tumble Museum near Kin
ten Saturday, October 24.
SJlv'linvi r-K 01, . n<l ’? r( "' ldcnt ' John Milner. P«i«- land. and Robert Lcfevcip. Lan
(•nrry Haywood. Chester Conn- disc, second vice pi evident, the easier.
7’ „ a . nd ° Vcr . [ 2W >0 Pound*. Rev. Marlin MeCleaf. Reading!. Re-elected to the boaid «cie
mes tsbenshade, Qumryvillc chaplain. Maivin Zimmerman. Amos Bowuil. Barcvillc Titus
X(!W Holland, solicitor. Charles Brubaker, Rohrerstown.’ Titus
More than 2 000 oersons it. ? Rice. New Holland, publicity. Brubaker Jr.. Conestoga. Chile
Officials indicated the pro- tended the event John Railing, Pequen, historian. Burkholder, Columbia: Llojd
gram was a success and addi- omr( , p , Willis llcrshcy. Paradise, etna- Grubb Sr. Denver. Ira Hall.
tlenal tractor pulls will be hold the ann , «f d .hi lol '' Mrs> Ead LiclUy * Kinzc,s - Spnng City; Walter Hams. Lin
“* sr!f. Un, K , ii;u" 0 . b ' ,t rY n f'‘-
First place winners in four Historical Assn, at the Blue Ball Elected to the board of dircc- » „„„ onrfni . f ..«,?• ~, >lon
divisions of the tractor pull Fire Hall Saturday night. tors were Elmer Lapp. Kinzers; ** ti. . uici svillc.
were: 5,000 pound class, Joseph Re-elected to his seventh Martin, Intcicoursc; Wil- Also, toward Maigcmm.
Brenner, Trout Run: 7,000 term as president was C. Dan- iam Straycr. Dillsbtirg: Paul p;u-nciisc, John Mast. Gap. R .1
pofWd class. Melvin Stauffer. iel Brubaker, Kmzcis. Krumm, Pottstown: Amos Montgomery. Bioomall- t’aul
New Holland; 9,000 pound Others reelected were E Stauffer, Ephrata; Otis Asllc, Nolt, New Holland; Larry B
class, Clement Stauffer, New W. Teaman, Kinzeis, first vice Oxford. Samuel Kncbel, Mam- Parker, Radnor; Ellis Platt,
NO. 604 STEER CONCENTRATE
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• It contains Stilbosol* 10 milligrams of Stilbosol
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work done, by the leading universities indicate
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• Contains 15,000 units of Vitamin A and 30,000
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• BETTER FEED EFFICIENCY
Contains 15 units of Vitamin E per pound This
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Use 1 pound per steer per day. This gi\ es a pro
tein intake of 0.65 pounds per animal per day. For
maximum gains even with cob corn, silage and
smaller animals. It will take less time to get
weight and a good finish.
Has adequate quantity of High Grade Alfalfa and
meets all research standards for good Urea utili
Lancaster Forming, Saturday. October 31. 1070
Conestoga. Winicn Shank. Mill,
eisville. C K Sliimb.iugh. Yoik;
Calvin Stoll/fus, K(ihintii; Mar
lin M. Weaver, I.cola. John Wil
cox, Columbus. Ohio, Kveictt
nung. Kiiuois, and It.omond
Mai tin, Gordonvillc
Thicc bundled peisons „l
tended the banquet Ma\nnil
lian Londono, New Voik City,