Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 12, 1971, Image 18

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    —Lancaster Farming. Saturday, June 12,1971
Farm Women
Mrs John N Hess, president
of the Society of Farm Women
of Lancaster County, recently ap
pointed committees lor the 45th
annual County Convention plan
ned November b
The local society presidents
serve key peisons and are au
thorized to involve all members
of the local society she repre
In other action at the meeting
at the home of Mrs Hu am Gray
biU, Lititz RD2, Mrs Glenn
Myer, Kirkwood, second vice
president of the county Society,
resigned for health leasons The
resignation was accepted by the
executive board
Assisting Mis Graybill, presi-
Start raising more and better Calves
the Easy NURS-ETTE way
No more canying pails of warm water or hard mixing
milk replacer Just fill the hopper of the NURS-ETTE with
milk leplacer and the NURS-ETTE will mix milk replacer
and warm water and keep it warm until calf nuises the mix
(approx 14 oz)
Then it will mix a fresh batch of water and replacer
Ph. 717-548-2462
Peach Bottom, R. D. 1, Pa. 17563
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dent of Society 5, as hostess was
Mrs Robert Summy, president
of Society 26 Mrs J Everett
Kreider led devotions; Mrs
Aaron Denbnger, first vice presi
dent led the pledge to the flag,
Mrs. Leo Snader, secretary, and
Mrs J Clayton Charles, trea
surer, also participated
Named to the program com
mittee for the November conven
tion is Mi s Lester Kreider,
Society 18, Mrs. Leon Thomas,
Society 14, Mrs J Edward Bren
nemar, Society 9; and Mrs Lloyd
Herr, Society 22.
Mrs Graybill Hollinger, Soci
ety 1, Mis Jack Henderson,
Society 25, and Mrs Donald
Homing, Society 30, will be on
the nominating committee.
P.O. BOX 266, LITITZ, PA. 17543
Plan 54th Convention
Mrs. Elam Hess, Society 20 and
Mrs Richards Wood, Society 21
will be in charge of the memor
ial service Mrs Robert Summy,
Society 26, Mis Eugene Hum
mel, Society 13, and Mrs Roy
Sauder, Society 27, are in charge
of decorating Ushering will be
handled by Mrs Robert Garber,
Society 4, and Mrs Jacob Evans,
Society 10.
Mrs Leigh Walton, Society 15
and Mrs. Roy Hollmger, Society
24 aie in charge of tickets The
Bazaar table will be planned by
Societies 29, 23, 16, 11, and 12
with Mrs Dale Hiestand, Mrs.
Robert Rohrer, Mrs Levi Groff,
Mrs. Esther Musser and Mrs
Lamar Henry Mrs Robert
Gregory, Society 3; Mrs Lloyd
Derr, Society 8, Mrs Marlin Hos
ier, Society 2, and Mrs Martin
Hershey, Society 7.
The auditing committee will
include Mrs Milton Eberly,
Society 6. and Mrs Everett
Kreider, Society 17 Mrs Ken
neth Warfel, Society 19, Mrs
Hiram Graybill, Society 5, and
Mrs. William A Dean Jr, Soci
ety 28, will seive in charge of
Missionaries Return
Anna Mae Herr and Ruth
Sauder, EMBMC missionaries at
Pine Grove Academy, Honduras,
will arrive in the Lancaster area
June 20 Miss Herr’s address
will be 1125 Beaver Valley Pike,
Lancaster Miss Sauder’s ad
diess will be Manheim RDI.
Stieet Address & R D
City, State and Zip Code
Mrs Hess asked for volunteer of county officers and local presi
hosts to assist with the entertain- dents will host a picnic for ohil
ijjct of a group of German farm dren m the Hempfield area at
women during a visit to the tending camp for emotionally
United States in October. disturbed children on Aug. 13.
Also during the County execu- Serving on the committee are
tive board meeting, Mrs Robert Mrs Donald Horning, Mrs. Jac*
Garber reported on the Commun- Henderson, Mrs Everett Kreider
ity Council of Lancaster County and Mrs Dale Hiestand,
Citations dinner,
Mr William Hammers present
ed a plan for local groups to
earn profits through the sale of
household items to increase
their general funds pimbel’s of
Park City offered community
room facilities to Farm Women
for meetings and also outlmed
banquet or luncheon facilities to
be arranged according to avail
ability Mr Hess may be con
tacted for additional information
The annual picnic and execu
tive board meeting will be held
at Safe Harbor Park at noon oet
August 4 It is open to all Farm
Women and their families and is
a coveied dish luncheon.. Eaclfi
person is asked to bring a cov
ered dish and her place settings,
The executive board consisting Beverage will be provided.
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-m 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
and D plus extra phosphorus to help guard against milk
Punna 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 dned off in good condition being fed high-quality
roughages would require less Dany Conditioner than
a cow in only fair condition being fed fair quality
Drop in soon and get your fiee copy of the
Purina Diy Cow Program folder We’ll be glad
to show you how Purina Dairy Conditioner can
help you piepare your dry cows for good pro
duction next lactation.
John J. Hess, 11, Inc.
Ph 442-4632
West Willow
Formers Assn., Inc.
Ph- 464-3431
West Willow
John B. Kurtz
Ph 354-9251
R. D. 3, Ephrata
Societies 12 and 13 will enter
tain guests of Conestoga View on
June 17 Societies 14 and 15 wili
visit July 15 and Societies 1C
and 17 will entertain August 19.
Ira B. Landis
Ph 394-7912
1912 Cieek Hill Rd„ Lane.
James High & Sons
Ph: 354-0301
Wenger's Feed Mill
Ph; 367-1195