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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 21,1971
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The first place statewide 4-H junior live
stock judging team from Lancaster County
includes: left to right, Richard Hess, Stras
burg RDI; James Martin, Pequea RDI;
Michael Martin, New Holland RDI, and
3$ 4-H Chib News 3$
Busy Bakers Club Meets
The Busy Bakers 4-H Cooking
Club held its final meetings
xecently Meetings were started
by repeating the Pledge to the
Flag, followed by the 4-H
The secretary, Karen Barn
hart, called roll LuAnn Brenne
man, treasurer collected dues
Members made and served
“Speedy Spanish Rice” at the
fifth meeting At the sixth
meeting, rosette pattie shells
Roundup was discussed. Each
girl was assigned to make three
muffins for roundup.
New Behlen “Tubeline” building...
all the advantages of steel at a
POLE BARN PRICE
All the brute strength of curved steel Is utilized
throughout tho sxdusWo framing system of Behten's
new “Tubsllne” building. It’s designed for strength, and
for easy construction. Simple bolt-together connections
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Available In widths from 20 ft. to 60 ft. In your
choice of galvanized or color finishes.
Many floor plans. Doors and windows can
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Lincoln Community 4-H
The regular meeting of the
Lincoln Community 4-H Club
was held Tuesday evening, Au
gust 17, at the Schoeneck Fire
' The business meeting was
directed by Debbie Weitzel. It
was discussed that the club
have a window display and a
float at the Ephrata Fair. All
members are planning to at
tend Achievement Day at the
Farm and Home Center.
After the business meeting
the members played baseball
and refreshments were served.
The next meeting will be held
at 7-30 pm. September 14 at
WON’T SAG OR TWIST
Fred Frey, Mgr.
Randy Hess, Strasburg RDI. Over 400 mem
oers from throughout the Commonwealth
participated in agricultural judging contests
at State 4-H Days.
Dairy Show Set
Thirty-nine Lancaster County
4-H animals will be among
those competing in the South
Central District 4-H Dairy Show
at the Farm Show Building, be
ginning at 9 am. Thursday,
Entries in the District contest
are those which received blue
ribbons in their county contests.
Blue ribbons at the South Cen
tral will be eligible to enter the
Pennsylvania Dairy Show.
Other counties competing in
the South Central are: Adams,
Dauphin, Cumberland, Frank
lin, Fulton, Lebanon and York
the Glenn Wissler farm. The
meeting will Consist of working
on the float.
Shaker Hopper or
■ Big, 55J3 -inch fan in 56-inch housing shoots heaviest silage and stickiest
haylage into tallest silos. V Fan attains tip speed of 7,846 fpm at 540 rpm on
the pto, handles high volume of forage. W Blower design avoids power-robbing
drag, saves fuel by reducing recirculation and wedging. W Replaceable, cup
type blades concentrate forage at center of air stream. V Adjustable, sickle
type shear bar cuts off overhang on blade tips. V Fan housing band rotates,
permits line-up with pipe angle. W Hopper model equipped with 10-inch feed
ing auger, chain-drive shaker pan to prevent bridging. W Big-capacity hopper
extends 15 l A inches, makes approach and unloading easy. W Conveyor model
equipped with 10-foot drag feeder. W Counterbalanced conveyor tilts upright,
permits quick drive-by position to unload. W Water applied through adapter
build-up of forage gum. ■ Light, durable, plastic filler pipe, stronger
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Penn Willow 4-H Club
The Penn Willow 4-H Club
held its regular monthly meet
ing at 9 a.m. at the Pequea
Township Elementary school
Friday, August 13. There were
33 members and three leaders
Preceding roll call the Club
took a trip to Pinchot State
Park. Upon arrival Mrs Earl
Huber lead games Members al
so went swimming and took
boat rides On the way home
the Ciub stopped m York for
ice cream Arrival back at the
school was at 5 p m
The next meeting will be
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R. D. 4, Lititz, Pa. Phone 626-4355
Woods Drive 2 Miles East Of Route 501
LIQUID MANURE IS BY
Call or Write For Free Demonstration
Paper that has Become
damp and then stuck to fur
niture (or was under a hoi
object) should not be scraped
off* Soften by covering with
olive oil. Allow it to soak and
then rub off
September 10, a proposed gy;