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Special Pesticide Meeting To Be
Federal and State pesticide
legislation and regulations plus
current application recom
mendations for field crops will be
the topics of discussion at, a
special pesticide meeting co
sponsored by PennAg Industries
Association and the Perry-
Juniata Feed Dealers
Association. The meeting will be
held at 6:30 P.M. May 22, 1973 at
the Amity Hall Inn, R. D. No. 2
Duncannon, Penn. Eugene E.
Eby, Newport, Penn., president
of PennAg stated,
“The meeting has been planned
to bring agribusinessmen up to
CHOICE DAIRY CATTLE
We handle Registered and Grade Cows from Nor
thern Pennsylvania and New York State.
A Good Selection to Choose From.
For information on our satisfaction guarantee,
contact any of our customers.
H & N HOLSTEIN FARM
R. D. No. 1 Strasburg, Pa. Phone 786-7869
Monday, May 28, 1973
ANTIQUE TRACTORS, HORSE-DRAWN
MACHINERY, GAS ENGINES, HORSE
GEARS, & ANTIQUES, Etc.
Located adjoining West side of Dover Borough of
>-v York County, Pa. the following:
15-UFordson on rubber; 1938 Model; 10-20 Fordson on steel,
1925 Model; row-crop Oliver on rubber, 1936 Model; IHC “T
-20” crawler; WC AC tractor w-cult on rubber; 8N Ford w
mower on rubber; Oliver 2-bottom 12-in. plows; JD 2-bottom
12-in. plows; JD 2-bottom 14-in. plows on steel; No. 9 McD 6-ft.
tractor mower oh rubber; New Idea 5-ft. mower; Oliver 6-ft.
mower, runs in oil; horse hitch harrow & roller; 3-sect, lever
harrow; McD corn binder on steel w-loader; 2 shovel plows;
McD 24-tooth Perry harrow; New Idea side rake; King Wyse
corn drag, good; McDj-ft. binder, runs in oil; horpe hitch, 22-
36 Frick threshing machine w-feeder on rubber; JD hay
loader; 2iron-wheel wagons; McD 32-disc harrow; 10-ft. dump
rake; Coby wagon on rubber w-14-ft. flat; McD horse corn
worker, good; litter carrier, Jamesway; New Idea horse
drawn manure spreader on steel, good; New Idea No. 17
spreader; IHC No. 3N baler w-bale thrower, like new; King
Wyse 28-ft. elevator w-motor, good; 3 new Louden drinking
cups; sheaf elevator, 22-ft. long-RARE: 1-hole corn sheller;
long plow; 12 ft. Oliver weeder on steel w-horse hitch; wooden
wheelbarrow; 16-ft. hay ladders; log land roller; iron hog
troughs - 3 7-ft.; milking equipment; forks & shovels.
2 Fairbanks & Morse lVa-h.pl, 1 IHC 2-h.p.; gas engine truck;
oilers; old gas pump.
Walnut drop-leaf 6-leg table; oak table; 6 chairs; child’s &
doll cradle; doughtray; 25 milk cans—6-gal. & 10-gal.; 2 old
wagon jacks; butcher furnace; iron kettles; flat iron; lan
terns; dated jars; quilt frame; crocks; stone jugs—all sizes,
dated; Rayo lamp; small oil lamps; iron pots; griddles; old
hinges; wooden hand washer; butter churn; oak ice chest;
kitchen cabinet; broad axe; wooden fork; hay knife; organ
stool frame; jardineer; bottles; snitz driers; 2 butter molds;
wooden butter paddle; tin ware; butter chest; old door locks;
Carnival dishes; vases; ice tongs; cherry seeder; apple
peeler; coffee grinder; wood tubs; wood & steel measurers;
large dinner bell; Gem egg stove; anvil; blacksmith fire
tongs; drill press; sewing horse; 4 iron wheels; Model T parts;
grain cradle; barrels & kegs; high chair; rocking chair; plank
bottom chairs; buggy & Jenny Lind lights; horse tie; home
made sled; child’s go-cart, old; side saddle; 2 sets heavy farm
work harness; all kinds of single trees; double trees; buggy
cushion & whip; lot of gears & harness; many items not listed
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS
Clair M. Shearer
R. R. No. 2
Clair R. Slaybaugh, Auctioneer
IDAVILLE, PA.. Phone 677-7479
date on how new federal pesticide
legislation will apply to them as
well as the proposed Penn
sylvania pesticide legislation now
being discussed in Harrisburg,”
Following dinner, there will be
an in-depth exploration of the
subjects by a papel made up of
representatives from business,
government and education.
Participants will be: Robert
Hamman, Manager of Govern
ment' Relations, Siba-Geigy
Corporation, New York; Henry
Nixon, Director of Pennsylvania
Department of Agriculture’s
at 11:00 A.M. D.S.T.
Held May 22
Bureau of Plant Industry; and
Delbert L. Bierlein, Extension
Pesticide Information Specialist,
Pennsylvania State University.
PennAg Industries is a state
wide agribusiness association
based in Ephrata, Penn. The
Perry-Juniata Feed Dealers
Association is made up of
agribusinessmen from Perry and
Juniata counties. Advance
reservations are required and
can be made by calling PennAg
Industries, Ephrata 717-733-2238.
Bamboo is the common
name for a type of treelike
grass which has been known
to reach heights of more
than 100 feet. Some species
of bamboo found in mon
soon forests are known to
have growth rates of three
feet a day and to reach a
height of 100 feet in about
Saturday, May 26, starting 10 A.M.
Valuable Household Goods, Car, Antiques and 70
Acre Farm with 40 acres of good young timber and joins
3000 acres of State game lands on 3 sides, in top ideal
deer, turkey and small game hunting.
Located only 14 miles off Int. 1-80 at Exit 34 or 5 miles
W. of Millville, Pa. (Columbia Co.) In Spruce Run Hallow
near Katie Vandine Church. Farm has 1000 of dirt road
frontage on 2 sides. Buildings include 2Vz story 6 room
home with bath and bank barn. "Land of Opportunity".
Year around home, or ideal Summer Home, club,
shooting range, etc.
Real Estate 2 P.M. Real Estate Terms, $3OOO. down
day of sale, balance 30 days. To view property Dial 717-
Auctioneer, Max Fraley Exe. Glen Gillaspy
SATURDAY, IK 2,1973 at 12:30 PJH.
On premises located between Colebrook and
Mastersonville, Pa., at Lancaster & Lebanon County
Line. Four miles Southeast of Campbelltown. One mile
south of Route 117.
244 Head 244
Bull - NB Crestomere 1-696 - April 5, 1971, V*
French, 15-16 Charolais, 1-16 Angus bull. Fertility
Bull - NB Crestomere 1-991 - Sept. 5, 1971, 3 A
French, Vs Charolais, Vs Santa Gertrudis. Fertility
Bull - NB Bramard 1-581 - Feb. 8,1971, V * French, Vs
Charolais, Vs Hereford. Fertility tested.
Bull - Purebred Charolais - June 7, 1968. This bull
has been King of this herd and his offspring will be to
8 good yearling Charolais bulls.
100 head of Charolais crossbred cows.
66 calves dropped from Jan. 4 to May 8,1973.
36 yearling heifers.
30 yearling steers. _
This herd of Charolais crossbreeds have been well
managed. A good clean group of healthy animals. T. B.
& Blood tested, eligible for shipment anywhere.
Sale held under cover.
Walter H. Weober & Sons
Abe Diffenbach owners Ph - 737-964-3525
Abe Diffenbach, Jr. Auctioneers
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 19,1973
Over a long period of time, I’ve
read and reread a yellowed piece
of paper which is in fact a
document giving one “George
Miller” power of attorney. To me
it is an interesting piece of paper
from which I’ve finally
deciphered the following story,
but to those concerned it must
have expressed strong emotions.
It seems a Catherine Pythan, in
1792, gave power of attorney to a
certain Peter Ulrich when her
husband, John William, died. He
was to receive the state left by
John Williams parents in “Ober
Ingelheim in the Electorate of
Palentine in Germany then in the
hands of the Reverend William
Kaibel.” Now things get com
plicated as Catherine remarries
Mary, the daughter of
Catherine, is married to Jacob
Miller and wants to move from
Lancaster County to Greensburg
in Westmoreland County in 1802
and therefore appoints her
father-in-law, George Miller, to
act in her stead. It is hoped that
he will collect her share of her
Really, I’m surprised that I
could condense four pages of “we
therely make, ordain, nominate,
institute, authorize and appoint in
their stead and place put and
depute George Miller of the
Borough of .Lancaster, aforesaid
yeoman their and each of their
true and lawful attorney, etc.”
into the above story.
This legal document is written
on embossed revenue stamped
paper XXV cents. The first
stamps in the United States were
issued in 1847.
Thinking of olden times, I’m
reminded of how easy we have it
now. This morning I hand
washed a pair of manure-covered
jveralls in a bucket of water. It
had been awhile since 1 tried to
wring out the clumsy things by
Cindy, my youngest, likes to sit
and shake cream in a jar to make
butter, but I prefer to just flip it
out of the paper wrapped.
There is one thing that hasn’t
changed over the years and that
is putting up posts for my pea
fences. It seems everyone is so
busy planting corn, feeding
calves or writing term papers for
school that they go untended.
I’d best get to it myself.
In the Kitchen
FRENCH ONION SOUP
1 tbsp. butter
13/2l 3 /2 cups onions, thinly sliced
3 cups chicken stock or
beef bouillon (1 cube
2 slices French bread
1 tsp. butter
Brown onions in butter
over low flame. Add chicken
stock or bouillon. Simmer for
one-half hour. (It is better if
it stands for several more
hours.) To serve, ladle soup
into earthenware bowls, top
with a thick slice of buttered
French bread and sprinkle
with Parmesan cheese. Place .
under broiler for 3 minutes.
Makes two servings.
330 West State St.
Box 2 RDI
Quarryville, Pa. 17566