Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 26, 1974, Image 13

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honors was J. B. Laughner,
sophomore in agricultural
education from New Castle.
He earned $l5O as first prize
for his speech “Wasteland to
John Kreider Home 367-6039
***** * *. *-.
Wonderland,” about strip
mine reclamation. The
occasion was the annual
Paul R. Guldin Speaking
Contest at University Park.
Second place honors went
to Charles E. Porter, a
senior majoring in animal
industries from Brownsville.
Speaking on “What is the
Cost of Food,” Porter will
receive $l2O as second prize.
Donald Haldeman of
Reading, a sophomore in
horticulture will receive $BO
for third place with his
speech on “Plant and Man
Honorable mention was
awarded to William M.
Riden of McClure, a junior in
agronomy; David L. Ger
stenlauer of Ephrata, a
sophomore majoring in
agricultural education; and
Lewis M. Sterrett of Ship
pensburg, a senior in animal
industries. Each earned $4O.
Finals of the Guldin Public
Speaking Contest were held
on January 16 with Mrs. Paul
R. Guldin of Yellow House
attending. Mrs. Guldin’s
husband was at one time a
faculty member in poultry
science at Penn State. He
established funds for the
contest because of the great
deal of importance he placed
on the benefits of public
Checks will be presented to
the winners at a College of
Agriculture faculty meeting
in March.
Other participants in
cluded George Cudoc, Jr. of
Butler, sophomore in animal
science; Earl A. Flack of
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Winners from southeastern Penn
sylvania in the Guldin Public
Speaking Contest held recently at
Penn State were, left to right, Donald
F. Haldeman of Reading, third place,
and David L Gerstenlauer of
State College, a senior
majoring in agronomy;
Timothy G. Markovits of
Carmichaels, a sophomore
majoring in horticulture;
and Michael Young of
New HOC Librarian
Diana Culbertson has been
promoted to the position of
NDC librarian, it has been
announced by Dr. M. F.
Brink, president of National
Dairy Council. Miss
Culbertson has served as
assistant librarian since
June 1972. She succeeds Miss
Marian White, who has been
NDC Librarian for the past
12 years and who retired as
of December 31, 1973.
Miss Culbertson earned
her B,A. degree in Library
Science at Wartburg College,
Waverly, lowa, and her
Master of Arts in Library
Science at Rosary College,
River Forest, Illinois. She is
a member of the Special
Libraries Association and
the Medical Library
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Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Jan. 26,1974
Ephrata, honorable mention. They are
shown with Mrs. Paul R. Guldin of
Yellow House, right, widow of the late
founder of the Guldin Public
Speaking Contest.
Ambler, a senior majoring in
animal industries.
Judges for the Guldin
Public Speaking Contest
were Dr. Edward D. Glass,
Jr., associate professor of
Garden Spot Young Fanners
The Garden Spot Young Fanners will hold a meeting to
study the market hog market outlook and marketing alter
natives on Tuesday, January 29, 1974, at 7:45 P.M. in the
agriculture classroom of the Garden Spot High School. The
meeting will be of interest to both breeders and finishers as
an in-depth study of grade and yield marketing and market
hog contracting will be made.
Speakers will be Mr. Howard Sparlin from the Penn
sylvania Agriculture Commodities Association division of
Pennsylvania Farmers Association who will explain grade
and yield marketing and a representative from Gehman’s
Feed Mill in Denver who will describe their market hog
contracting program. In addition, farmers Mark Nestleroth,
breeder from Manheim, who has used grade and yield
marketing for several years and Monroe Good from
Bowmansville, who contracts over 1200 head per year, will
share some of their experiences. A panel discussion format
will be used.
All area swine producers are invited to attend the meeting.
Refreshments will be served.
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