Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, December 29, 1973, Image 18

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    18 —Lanc&te^
1973-The Year In Review
Ralene Harboid, seated, became Lancaster County’s new
dairy princess on June 23. She's shown here being crowned
by Donna Book, who was last year's princess.
His Holiness, Abuna Theophilo
Patriarch of the Ethiopian Or
Church, was the guest of Jay Garbe*
on May 30. The Patriarch and hi:.
left, toured the Garber farm to become
idox acquainted with American agricultural
right, methods,
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A barn fire on the farm of J. R.
Foreman, Lititz RDI, caused
an estimated $75,000
damage on January 18.
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All thirteen directors of the Lancaster County Farmers
Association were on hand for the group's annual meeting on
October 15.
Farm technology took a step .forward in late October when
Clyde Martin, East Earl RDI, installed a closed-circuit TV
system in his cow barn. The system lets Martin watch his
cows from the breakfast table.
Dwight Seegmiiier, national
FFA president presented
American Farmer Degrees to
a pair of Lancaster County
youths at the national FFA
convention at Kansas City in
October. Dale Bollinger (left
photo) and Thomas W. Aaron
(right photo) are shown
receiving their degrees.