Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 15, 1972, Image 13

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    S. Combs Awarded KSU Scholarship
Stephen H. Combs, son of Mr. Combs is a 1972 graduate of
and Mrs. Howard B. Combs, Pequea Valley High School
Paradise RDI, has been awarded
a $5OO Walnut Grove Products
Company scholarship at Kansas
State University, Manhattan, for
the 1972-73 academic year.
The scholarship is one of many
provided by the nation’s grain
and feed industry to encourage
talented young people to major in
the KSU department of grain
science and industry. Kansas
State University has the only
four-year academic curriculum
in the Western Hemisphere
leading to a degree in feed
science and management.
in Two Models to fit 10 to 30 ft. Silo.
9" Steel or Vinyl Fill Pipe
installed on any type Silo.
P & D Silo Unloader
Terre Hill Concrete Stave Silo
RDI, Box 77 Kinzer, Pa. 17535
Phone 717-768-3873
for cows
pay off
to dairymen
The best feeds you can buy for
your cows are the best invest
ment that you can make!
FLORIN FEEDS have been
tried, tested and proven suc-
cessful as a means of increas
ing milk production and main
taining good health. You’ll ap
preciate the difference they’ll
make ... in the size of your
milk checks!
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Group leaders at the 12th Summer
Youth Institute of the Pennsylvania
Association of Farmer Cooperatives
held July 9-13 at Shippensburg State
College discuss program details with Daryl
K. Heasley, right, Extension rural
sociologist at Pennsylvania State
University, program chairman. From left
are: Michael Martin, New Holland RDI,
youth council member; Delmar Weaver,
New Holland RDI, discussion leader; and
Home Fire Extinguishers
Important Safety Feature
Fires which start small may
never grow big if fire ex
tinguishers are installed and
family members learn how to
operate them, say Extension
home management specialists at
Pennsylvania State University.
Home fire extinguishers can
control a small fire or delay the
development of a large one until
help arrives.
Three types of fires are of
concern to families. Class A fires
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 15,1972
begin in wood, paper, textiles,
grass, trash and similar
materials. Class B fires are
commonly called grease fires.
These also include fires involving
gasoline, oils, paints, kerosene
and solvents. Class C fires in
volve electrical equipment.
Pressurized water ex
tinguishers are effective on Class
A fires only. Foam extinguishers
which contain a mixture of water,
bicarbonate of soda and a foam
stabilizing agent work only on
Class A and B blazes and will not
control a Class C fire.
Both carbon dioxide and multi-
Wayne Kreider, Quarryville RDI,
discussion leader. The Institute delegates,
sponsored by the Lancaster Council of
Farmer Cooperatives, were chosen to
participate in conference activities on a
competitive basis. They are among 200
rural young adults from 56 Commonwealth
counties and parts of New York State and
New Jersey attending the educational
convention sponsored by P.A.F.C. and the
Penn State College of Agriculture.
purpose dry chemical ex
tinguishers can be used on all
classes of fires. However, The
Extension specialists suggest the
multi-purpose variety may work
best in the home
The multi-purpose dry
chemical variety controls blazes
up to 12-feet away. The chemical
will not damage equipment or
food and is not affected by cold,
moisture or normal air tem
peratures. The extinguisher can
be installed in any area of the
When selecting a fire ex
tinguisher, the specialists
recommend that vou consider the
type and size of fires
most likely to occur. Buying an
extinguisher of the size all
members in your family can
handle is also important.