Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 14, 1975, Image 60

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Lancaster Farming. Saturday, June 14. 1975
Lancaster County 4-Hers To
Fifty-four Lancaster learn specialized leadership
County 4-H members will skills and take a look at
• Hybrid Corn - high yielding single
and special crosses.
• Alfalfa Seed for any rotation or
• Forage Mixes - A mix for every
need (pasture, hay, haylage,
greenchop or green manure
• Hybrid Sorghum - grain, forage,
and sorghum - sudangrass
Don't Delay.
See Your Pioneer
Salesman To-Day!
® Registered trademark of Pioneer Hi Bred International,
Inc, Des Moines. lowa USA
current teenage concerns
when they take part in
Pennsylvania 4-H Leader
ship Congress June 23-26 on
The Pennsylvania State
University's main campus.
The county delegation will
Join with about 1,300 other 4-
H members from all counties
to share and contribute ideas
which will improve local
community programs. At 4-
H Congress, they will take
part in assemblies,
discussion and interest
groups, and recreational
"This year’s event will
include four areas of
leadership orientation and
development,” said Linda
Franz, 4-H Assistant. “A
Leadership School for teen
leaders, a State Leaders
Forum for adult leaders, a
Congress delegates
workshop for 13 to 15 year
olds, and camping training
are aspects of the program.”
Members participating in
4-H Congress as delegates
are: Allen Ackley, Vicki
Bare, Anita Augsburger,
Betsy Best, Lamar Benner,
Connie Bensinger, Jan
Bensinger, Sheryl Bollinger,
Dwight Brubaker, Kenneth
Brubaker, Sue Cassel, John
Charles, Wendy Drybred,
Deborah Enders, Martha
Gregory, Sue Grim, Kathy
Hastings, Barbara Helm,
Larry Hershey, Dean Hess,
Sharon Hess, Linda High,
Thomas Kirk, Eileen Lesley,
Edward Manning, Anne
Martin, Sally Martin, Sharon
Martin, Cindy Marie, Bar
bara Miller, Sharon Peters,
Philip Risser, Dawn Root,
Mary Roth, Donna Sam
mons, Mary Lou Smoker,
Christine Spickler, Jay
Stauffer, Joyce Stoltzfus,
Timothy Swart, Elyse Wells,
Laura Wunderly.
Six teen leaders, Donna
Bare, Bonita Dennison, Sue
Harrold, Susanne Martin,
Judy Stoltzfus, and Carl
Thomas will attend a special
school designed to increase
skills to work effectively in
planning and conducting
county youth programs.
Attend Leadership Conference
Topics will include com
munications skills, un
derstanding social concerns
and group processes, and
Leaders and Extension
staff members will meet
with College of Agriculture
officials and participate in
educational workshops in
volving the understanding of
leadership principles,
working with groups,
communications, and
subject matter related to
selected 4-H projects.
Also scheduled during
Congress will be two cam
ping leadership programs:
resident camping and
“street” day-camping. Over
100 campers between the
ages of 14 and 17 will be
involved in this educational
experience. Andrea Gibson,
Genevieve Gibson, Ted
Gray, and William Gray will
attend from Lancaster
Another county 4-H
member, Gary Akers of
R.D.I, Quarryville has been
named to serve as a
Leadership Council
representative. Gary will
supervise program activities
along witii 59 other state
Henry Gibson of Lancaster
has been named to serve as
one of three Leadership
School advisors.
Leadership Council
delegates and Leadership
School advisors will arrive
on the Penn State campus
June 20 for two days of
counseling and orientation to
prepare them for their duties
the remainder of the week.
Highlights of the four-day
"A Quality Pamt
For Every Purpose"
• Engine Sales & Service
• Lawn Mower Sharpening-
Hydraulic Units.
Centerville Road
RDI, Gordonvilfe, Pa. 17529
The curtailment of natural gas and LP gas supplies for grain drying in the near future
is cause for grave concern among thoughtful farmers
But there is an answer to this pressing problem Even before the energy crisis exist
ed, Harvestall had designed a Gram Care system that has increased corn profits for
many Midwest farmers
Called the GRAINLAMP System this advanced method of corn drying uses energy
conserving efficient infra-red technology to cool-dry corn It gives you much lower
drying costs better quality corn and higher test weights
This means extra profits from your corn crop And computed on an area basis it
could mean an extra $1 000 000 added annually to the farm economy of the average
lowa county
Mr Corn Grower your gas tank is running dry your drying costs are skyrocket
ing We II be presenting a proven profitable solution to this problem at an informative
meeting You re welcome to attend
■■■% P. 8.1. presents this new system at the next
wjjH meeting of the Twin Valley Young Adult Farmers
—Time: Tuesday, June 24th at 7:30 P.M.
Place: Twin Valley High School
Please ]oin us.
conference will include a
program by Pearl Wllllams-
Jones, singer, palnist, and
faculty member of Federal
City College. Washington,
D.C.; an address by Dr,
William M. Smith, professor
of rural sociology at Perm
State; and “Sing Out’* of
Greater Harrisburg, a young
people's group featuring
heritage songs.