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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 10. 1974
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PHONE 626-2191 or 394-3047
L & S AUCTION CENTER
ON ROUTE 896
CONDUCTOR OF A
ON YOUR PROPERTY
OR IN OUR C <Pn§S>
Real Estate • Antiques • Farm • Household
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14, 6:30 P.M.
FINE LINE OF HOUSEHOLD
FURNISHINGS & ANTIQUES
LARRY L LEFEVER. AUCTIONEER
RICHARD P SCHROYER. AUCTIONEER
Receiving Hours - Mon Tues Wed 7t09 P M , Phone 687 8505
LEESPORT MARKET &
. Sponsored by Berks County Pomona Grange
Starting at ll:OOA.M.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1974
Farm Machinery - Garden Tools - Furniture -
Hand Tools - Antiques and all kinds of mer
chandise to be sold To consign items for the
sale, see your Grange Master All commission
proceeds go to help support your Grange.
Also to be sold, with sale starting time of
10 30 A M. will be 45 Head of Choice Holstein
Dairy Cows, and Heifers. In the past five years
we have had real good Dairy cattle for this sale
and will again this year Close Springers, Fresh
cows and some real good First Calf Heifers will
be in this sale If in need of good cows or Heifers
don’t miss this sale.
LEESPORT MARKET & AUCTION, INC.
Leßoy H. & John U. Weist, owners and
managers of dairy cattle sale.
P.S. All Day Sale
LOST CREEK FARM
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1974
Located in Juniata Co, S miles northeast of Miffiintown, Pa., on
Route 35, then north l h mile on Lost Creek road. Turn north at
Juniata Saddle Horse Assn. sign.
34 Registered Holsteins
& 3 Grades
Certified + Vaccinated for Bangs and Lrpto. +
30 Day Health Tests
Examined for Pregnancy
20 Milking, all are young, over half are 2 and 3 yrs.
old, 5 bred heifers sired by Bootmaker Astronaut,
Arlmda Chief and Black Eagle.
3 Open Yearlings sired by Bootmaker and R Maple.
7 Heifers and 1 Bull under a year sired by Astronaut,
R Maple and Lucky Shamrock.
1 Service - age Bull by Adonis.
A home raised herd sired by and bred to Curtiss and
A good number fresh or close; balance in all stages.
DHI A. Records.
DeLaval No. 73 vacuum pump; 2 DeLaval magnetic
units; 8 can front opening cooler; 6 can cooler; 20 milk
cans, S.S. wash tank; 52 gal. water heater; Stewart
LUNCH + CATALOGS
Ralph L. & Anna C. Sieber
R.D.I, Miffiintown, Pa. 17059
LONG BROS., Aucts.
FRED NAUGLE, Pedigrees
Cooperative U. S.
Department of Agriclulture
(USDA) and state surveys
have turned up additional
European alfalfa beetle
outbreaks in new Penn
sylvania and New Jersey
counties-and, for the first
time, in the state of
Officials of USDA’s
Animal and Plant Health
Inspection Service (APHIS)
point out that-although the
beetle is known to be very
destructive to alfalfa,
legume forage and car
nations in Europe-it has not
been found attacking
crops here. Instead, the
foreign insects have been
found only on common
roadside plants such as
bouncing bet, tall out grass,
white campion and milk
To date, the beetles have
been found in Beaver, Berks,
Dauphin, Franklin, Lan
caster, Lawrence, Lebanon,
Lehigh, Mercer, Mon
Philadelphia and Schuykill
counties in Pennsylvania;
Bergen, Hudson, Hunterdon,
Moms and Warren counties
in New Jersey; and
Washington county in
Maryland. Officials say the
number of discoveries in
dicates that the beetle has
been in the U. S. for some
Editors Quote Book
Enjoyment of the present
is denied to those who worry
too much about the future
SAT. AUG. 10-11 A.M. Real
Estate at 2 P.M. Public
Auction of Very Valuable
Real Estate of 25 acres more
or less and Personal
Property located in Hun
tingdon County, Pa. From
Lewistown take Route 522
south through Mt. Union to
AUenport, take Route 103
north, 2 miles to sale. House
is approximately 25 miles
southwest of Lewistown in
the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Sale by Gerald and John
Gifford; Ira Stoltzfus and
SAT. AUG. 10 - 12 Noon
Public Auction of Farm
Equipment, Cam, Fence
Posts. Location; Take Route
322 West from Ephrata to
Clay, turn South at Clay
Store onto Clay Road Vz mile
on left, Clay Township,
Lancaster County, Pa. Sale
by Clair E. and Carolyn L.
Martin, RDI, Lititz, Pa. John
E. and Paul E. Martin,
surveys are complete in New
Jersey but scouting is
continuing in Pennsylvania
and Maryland where more
infested counties may be
found. Nearly all the
discoveries are associated
with railroad tracks and
railroad yards. Officials feel
that moving railroad cars
have been the beetle’s
method of spreading through
the three-state area.
330 West State St
Box 2 RDI
Quarryville Pa 17566
SAT. AUG. 10 - 11 A.M.
Public Auction of 80 Holstein
Cows and Farm Machinery
by Cromwell Clark, at
Cnestertown, Md. Sale
managed by Harry Rudnick
and Sons, Galena, Md.
Doty Remsburg and Kent
Ferrell, Auctioneer and
SAT. AUG. 10 A.M. Public Pedigrees, Sale Chairman -
Auction of Household Goods, George (Bud) Debnam
Appliances, Furniture and
Po G S a S MON.EVE.AUG. 12-BP.M.
Dairy Cow Sale located in
if 51 <n Perry Co., 12 miles north of
AnW.wi‘. r Carlisle, Pa. 2 miles East of
GeorgC “ PP ’ Landisburg, Pa., along Rt.
manager (Continued on Page 49]
PUREBRED GUERNSEY SALE
Thursday, August 15,12:30 Noon
At the Ass’n Sales Pavilion, Lancaster, Penna
70. HEAD - 2 Bulls - 23 Cows and 45 Bred Heifers
53 due August and September Others due every
month of the year
Featured in this sale are 24 bred heifers from Harrison Myers,
Woodstown, N J These are all due about sale time and most of them
are by Lyrene May Rose Prince, “Hollirex", and "Doramost”. His
milking cows were sold last March Most of the cows milked more for
the buyers than announced weight at the sale With good care these
heifers should milk exceptionally good for you.
In sale two bulls A very nice "Prince" son with many excellent
records on the dam consigned by Glen Savage Dairy, Inc. Mt
Savage. Md Bob Smith, Bedford, consigns a Woodacres Nance's Lad
son out of a 4 times Excellent cow with 6 recs up to over 13.000 WM
This is a big sale with many other good ones There could be
bargains - be sure to be there. ■
SALE MANAGED BY:
Pa. Guernsey Breeders’ Ass’n., P.O. Box 458, Camp Hill,
The Merryman Co., Sparks, Md , 21152 .
AT LEESPORT AUCTION GROUNDS ALONG
RT. 61, 8 MILES NORTH OF READING.
BERKS CO. POMONA ORANGE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17,1974
AT 10:00 A.M.
CATTLE: 45 head of good dairy cows and heifers,
will be sold at 10:30 A.M. for Leesport Auction, Inc.
TRACTORS: Farmalls 560,400,350, M, and two H’s.
Ford 871,5000 like new, 8N w-6 cyl. motor, J.D. 2510,40,
Massey Ferguson 65 and 180.
HARVESTERS: Mc. No. 15 & 16, INT 550 w-2 Row
Head, N.H. 717, J.D. 34 & 38 w-2 Row Head. J.D. P.T.O.
BALERS: Me. 47 w-P.T.O. Thrower, Case’ 200 and
J.D. 24T. w-Throwers. N.I. Hay Conditioner, N.H. 461
and 467 Hay Bines like new, N.I. Cutditioner.
MOWERS: Me. 100, Kosh side, Mt. For. Ford, and
CORN PICKERS: Two N.I. No. 10, J.D. No. 18 and
J.D. One Row Side Mt. Me. Pto. Corn Binder on
Potato Digger, Potato Grader.
GR. MIXERS: Badger and Qehl No. 115. s
PLOWS: Two J.D. 3 Bt. 3 Pt. 14” and 16”, Ford 2 Bt. 3
Pt, 4 Bt. 3 Pt. and 2 and 3 Bt. trailer
J.D. 12’ Roller Harrow, 10’ cultipacker, 2 Sec.
DRILLS: Oliver 17 Disc, and Ontario.
Grove Hyd. Dump Wagon, 20’ Grain Auger.
SPREADERS: J.D. Pto., N.I. Pto. N.I. 14.
• Pto. Stalk Shredder, Pto. Grass Seeder, 3 Pt. Lift
Rubber Belt Elevator, One Horse Sled, One Horse
Sod Cutter, Steam Jenney, Elec. Fly Fogger, One
Eggo’matic grader and cleaner, Whirl Pool washer,
Log Chain, 7’ Locust Posts.
LAWN TRACTORS; Cadet 100 and 123 Hydra.,
Massey 7 H.P. and 12 H.P. Hydra., J.D. 100 and Allis-
Household goods, Antique Rocker, Four Refxnished
Cane Seat Chairs, Coffeemaker, Baby goods, Glass
Dishes, and lots more.
Many more items coming to late to advertise.
ORDER OF SALE; Small Goods 10:00, Cattle 10:30,
Equipment 1:00 P.M. Refreshments Available.
Berks County Pomona Grange
Leesport Market & Auction, Inc.
Bixler, Faust, Horning, and Zettelmoyer
SAT, AUG. 10 - 7 P.M. Kent
County Invitational at Great
Oak Country Club, 6 miles
southwest of Chestertown,
Md. Sale sponsored by Kent
County Holstein Club; A.