Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, February 13, 1971, Image 23

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Society 1
James Mohler, Manheim, pre
sented a commentary and slides
of an African Adventure to the
Society of Farm Women 1 and
their husbands at the Meadow
Hills Dining Hall Saturday eve
ning. Fifty-two society members
and their husbands attended
the social.
A short business meeting was
conducted by Mrs. Graybill Hol
linger, president. Mrs. George
Zahn gave a report on the State
Convention held at Harrisburg
January 11 and 12.
Mrs. HolLnger announced that
an antique and farm implement
for good production next lactation,
As a dairyman, you know that good milk production
doesn’t just happen. It’s something you plan for by
establishing a herd with the genetic potential for good
production, then managing and feeding your cows so
they’ll produce up to their bred-in ability.
Many successful local dairymen also plan for good pro
duction with a proven program of dry cow feeding.
They need Purina Dairy Conditioner, a research
proven ration to help give dry cows-body condition
they need for good production after they freshen.
Purina Dairy Conditioner is an extra-palatable 12%
percent protein ration. It’s fortified with vitamins A
andD plus extra phosphorus to help guard against milk
Purina Dairy Conditioner Is low-cost, too, because the
amounts you feed depend on your cows’ condition and
on the quality of the roughages you feed. For example,
a cow dried off in good condition .being fed high-quality
roughages would require less Dairy Conditioner than
a cow in only fair condition being fed fair quality
Drop in soon-and get your" free copy of the
Purina Dry Cow Program folder; Well be glad
to show you how Purina Dairy Conditioner can
•help you prepare your dry cows fop good pro*
duction next'lactation."-
John J. Hess, 11, Inc;
West Willow-
Farmers Assn*, Inc.'
Ph: 464-3431 "
. - West Willow
John B. Kuitz
Phi: .354-9251 ' l
R. D. 3, Ephrata
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sale, to benefit the Farm and
-Home Center, will be held all
day at Root’s auction on Thurs- “Mandate For Change” by
day, February 25. Dwight D. Eisenhower was re-
Society members will sew all viewed by Mrs Harry Shonk,
day today, (Thursday) at the Manheim RD4, at a meeting,
home of Mrs. J. Clayton Sanla- February 6, of the Society of
grey, Lititz RD2. A covered Farm Women 6 in the home of
dish luncheon will be served Mrs Ray Hixson, 401 Snyder
The group will make bed pads Ave, Elizabethtown. Mrs Laura
for Luther Acres. Snyder and Mrs C. R. Frey
. . „ _ . . were assisting hostesses Mis
J? 1“ C “ cer David Markey led devotions
will present the program at the
March 6th society meeting It During the business portion
will be held at the home of Mrs. oi the meeting conducted by
Scott Carman, Lititz RD3 at L3O Mrs Milton Eberly, president,
pm. Mrs Roy Brubaker will plans were made to enteitam
be the co-hostess, Mrs. Aduan and visit patients at the Har
deVink will present the devo- nsburg State Hospital in Sep
tions. I tember. Society 6 along with
Ira. B. Landis
Ph ; 394-7912
1912 Creek Hill Rd., Lane.
James High & Sons
Ph: 3544301
Wenger's Feed Mill
Ph: 367-1195
' Rbeems
Society 7 will visit Conestoga
View on March 18. The society
will be guests of Society 26 on
Thursday, March 25 at East
Fairview Church of the Breth
ren, Manheim.
Reports of the Farm Women
convention held in Harrisburg
in January were presented by
Mrs. Martha Eshelman, Miss
Sadie Reighard and Mrs. Eber-
Sociefy 6
Grow Your Own Protein
Save It By Harvesting The
For More Information Phone:
Quorryvilie 786-2780
Millersville 872-4348
Lititz 626-4174
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, February 13,1971
ly A food auction climaxed
the afternoon. Mrs. Mae Gantz
served as auctioneer.
The next meeting of Society
6 will be held March 6 at 1.30
pm. in the home of Misses
Stella and Lela Coble, Eliza
bethtown RD3.
Society 10
Society of Farm Women 10
met m the Columbus Room of
Holiday Inn on February 6
with Miss Frances LeFevre and
Mrs'Mary Stewart as hostesses
Mrs Elam Buckwalter was m
charge of devotions Miss Le-
Fevre led the gioup in a “Fun
and Games” party
Miss Ida Kunkle and Mrs
Cyrus Neff, delegates to the
State convention presented re
ports Mrs Jacob Evans, piesi
dent, presided.
Mrs. Frank Hodecker express
ed her concern about x rated
movies shown locally, especially
at drive-in theatres where there
is less opportunity for restric
tion of viewers, and asked the
ladies to keep writing to legisla
tors until there is action taken
through enactment of laws. She
also advocated letting legisla
tors know their views on re
turning prayer to the public
It was through Mrs. Hodeck
er’s efforts working through
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Farm Women
Saturday, February 13
1 30 p m —Farm Women Society
25, home of Mrs Wade
Groff, Lancaster RD6
1.30 pm—Farm Women So
ciety 2, Luella Low, hostess.
1.30 pm Faim Women So
ciety 19, home of Mis J.
Lloyd Hollingei, 6045 Lemon
St, East Petersburg
Farm Women Society 13, home
of Mrs Isaac Rosei, 403 E.
Clay Stieet, Lancaster
Farm Women -Society 20, home
of Mrs Glenn Ressell,
Monday, February 15
7 30 pm Farm Women So
ciety 30, home of Mrs Clyde
Wisslei, 42 Walnut Dnve,
Faim Women Society 31, home
of Mrs Donald Tumble,
Peach Bottom RD2
Wednesday, February 17
Farm Women Society 20, home
of Mrs. Park Reinhart,
Kirkwood, All-day Cancer
Thursday, February 18
Farm Women Societies 4 and
5, visit Conestoga View.
Saturday, February 2
9 a.m—Faim Women Society 8,
home of Ada Greider, Mt.
Joy RDI.
7 p.m.—Faim Women Society
29, Attend Hockey Game at
Heishey, Meet at Cross
roads Brethren in Chust
Church, Mount Joy.
Farm Women Society 3, home
of Mrs Donald Gray bill,
Stevens RDI.
Farm Women Society 23. Hus
band’s Banquet, Brownstown
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