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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Feb. 2, 1974
Plain & Fancy Contributes To AEB Promotion Fund
Plain and Fancy Egg
Ranch, Elizabethtown, has
contributed $5OOO to the
current nationwide fund
drive by the American Egg
Board (AEB). The AEB is
trying to raise a million
dollars to promote eggs to
American consumers, and
reverse the decline in per
capita egg consumption.
Plain and Fancy’s con
tribution represents a cent a
bird on chickens owned by
the firm, and another cent on
birds in flocks under con
Last Friday, John Snader,
treasurer of Plain and
Fancy, gave the firm’s check
to Charles A. O’Reilly,
secretary of the Northeast
Egg Marketing Association
of Durham, New Hampshire.
That organization has been
serving jointly with Neppco
in co-ordinating the AEB
drive in New England and
the Mid-Atlantic states.
Paul Hess, president of
Plain and Fancy said, “We
have wanted to see a con
certed national program to
really answer many of the
unfair attacks made against
eggs. We see American Egg
Board as the proper vehicle
to get the job done. It is not
putting it too strongly to say
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If you did what everybody does
at Christmas time, here’s a
little help from us toun-do it.
Everybody does it.
That is, everybody overspends a little
at Christmas. Then some ot us find that
contending with the overspending be
If you know what we mean—from re
cent experience—here’s help; A post
holidays, bill-payer loan from Farmers
Visit the bank soon, and talk with a
loan officer. (There’s one at both our lo
cations.] He’ll ask a few questions. After
which he’ll do his best to lend you what
you need at our low, installment lates.
Meaning that you’ll be paying off those
Yuletide obligations faslei, with greater
ease and less worry.
Shouldn’t yon, and eveiybody, do it ?
Charles A. O-Reilly, left, secretary of
the Northeast Egg Marketing
Association, is shown accepting a
$5OOO check from John Snader,
treasurer of Elizabethtown’s Plain
and Fancy Egg Ranch. The money will
Farmers National Bank of Quarry vi He
Momljf r ItfJfnl Deposit Insiinmi ( oiponition
that any egg producer who both indicated they were
does not back AEB with his hopeful that AEB’s efforts in
dollars may be helping to 1974 could substantially
count himself out over the reverse the per capita
long haul.” consumption drop that has
Claude Hess, secretary of dogged the steps of the egg
Plain and Fancy and Paul industry year after year.
Hess, Jr. vice-president.
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FULL SEASON HYBRIDS
FOR LANCASTER CO.
89X SINGLE CROSS - 125 DAYS
Has highest potential yield of any full season hybrid
we have tested. 200 bu. yields are not unusual. Ideal ear
type on a good stalk. Excellent blight resistance. Fits
Southeast Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware for
maturity as 89X is a full season hybrid. Very upright
Second best yield of 84 hybrids tested by Maryland
Extension in Carroll County in 1973 - 158.7 bu. dry
shelled com per acre!!
85X SINGLE CROSS - 120 DAYS
Doebler’s most popular full season Single Cross.
Excellent standup and top-notch appearance. Ears are
low and girthy. Ideal for Southeastern Pennsylvania
and Maryland grain production. Official yields have
reached 221.8 bu. dry shelled com per acre. A very
83X SINGLE CROSS -118 DAYS
New in 72, this Single Cross Hybrid has gained a
large following. Look for a good sized plant, a vigorous
grower and yields that compare with the very best. 83X
is a fine stander and shows resistance to eastern
blights. A good picker-sheller com.
Outstanding performer In both Penna. and Maryland
in the 1973 Extension Tests.
8703 3 WAY - 118 DAYS
A Penn State released 3-Way Cross with exceptional
yield and standup. Averaged 184.3 bu. dry shelled com
per acre in the 1970 Agronomy Tests in five
Southeastern Pa. locations. Percent erect plants 94.6
percent!! An excellent choice for grain or silage. Very
800-3 3 WAY -115 DAYS
New in ’73,800 3-way is outstanding in yield, standup
and tolerance to thick planting and drought. Yields of
200 bu. dry shelled com have been reached in test plots.
Look for a close attached ear of substantial length and
girth. Excellent for silage.
800-3 was No. lof 84 hybrids tested -14 bu. better in
yield that any other hybrid brand in the 1973 Maryland
Extension test in Carroll County!!
LANCASTER COUNTY DEALERS
Daniel Brubaker Ephrata
Daniel Esh Paradise
Nelson Habecker Lancaster
Harry E. Hershey, Jr, Mt. Joy
Richard Leininger Elizabethtown
Robert McSparran, Jr. Peach Bottom
Pennfield Corporation Lancaster
Jester M. Weaver New HoUand
P. Robert Wenger Quarryville
Roy Zimmerman Ephrata
SOLD BY 250 DEALERS IN PENNA.
NEW YORK, MARYLAND and DELAWARE
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