Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 19, 1984, Image 59

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Saturday, May 19
Lancaster Society 3 meets for a
program by Jane L. Lee, Band
Box - bring scissors and
Lancaster Society 18 meets for a
program on the highlights of
trips taken by Mr. and Mrs.
Lancaster Society 8 meets at Helen
Wivell’s for a program on herbs
by Linda Campbell.
Lancaster Society 4 meets for a
tour of the National Association
of Watch and Clock Collectors
Museum and Wrights Ferry
Mansion. Lunch at noon at the
Copper Luster Inn.
Monday, May 21
Lancaster Society 29 meets to
entertain Society 23 with a
Lancaster Society 30 meets for a
program on Hospice by Dottie
Lancaster Society 27 will be en
tertained by Society 34.
Lancaster Society 34 meets for a
4-H babysitting club organizes
babysitting project that will in
clude activities in safety and first
aid, nutritious snacks, babysitting
checklist, toys and careers in child
care will be available in Lancaster
County this summer.
Anyone age 11 to 19 may become
involved in the 4-H club Club
614 Penryn Rd.
Southern Service Center Northern Service Center
R.D. 3, Dry Weils Rd. Rt 1, Box 466
Quarryviile, PA Palmyra, PA
717-786-1617 717-469-2674
• 300,400 & 500 Gal. Mojonnier
•300 Gal. Sunset • 1000 Gal. Esco
• 400 Gal. Girton • 1,000 Gal. Zero
• Various Types of inexpensive Tanks!
program by Richard Hum
phreys, United Methodist
Church, Quarryville.
Tuesday, May 22
Lancaster Society 24 will entertain
Society 18 at the Farm and
Home Center at 7:30 p.m.
Lancaster Society 24 meets to
entertain Society 18 at the Farm
and Home Center. Inez
Tomlinson will give a program
on “A Very Special Parent.”
Wednesday, May 23
Lancaster Society 3 meets for the
Spring Rally at the Hershey
Convention Center.
Lancaster Society 28 travels to
Baltimore Inner Harbor.
Thursday, May 24
Lancaster Society 26 meets at 6:30
at Pitch and Putt.
Saturday, May 26
Lancaster Society 5 meets for the
program “The Cookie Story” by
Pat Grube.
meetings will be held on Monday
mornings from 10 a.m. until noon
from June 11 to July 9 at the Farm
and Home Center.
Contact Michelle Rodgers,
Extension home economist, at 394-
6851 by June 1 if you would like to
be a member of this club.
, We are happy to announce the open
ing of our Northern Service Center.
Ken Kopp is ready to meet your
service needs on any make milk
cooler as well as supply you with new
Mueller milk coolers, fre-heaters and
refrigerated receivers. The Northern
Service Center is located North of
Hershey, just off 1-81 and 743.
Manheim, PA
PPA B In closing, Uavid Blank praist
P6IKS r Tn ag awards went O Tulpehocken, the FFA students advi*
OJey, Twin Valley, Hamburg, them to “take advantage of 01
Conrad Weiser, and Kutztown. portunities.”
jrvey lith, area vocational consultant, Mike Spayd and Kevin Griest pose after
Smith presented them with the County Star honors.
1495 Haybine
With the self-propelled Model 1495 Haybme*
mower-conditioner, the unique 12' Rolareel
header picks up crop in the worst field condi
tions and feeds it directly to 9 2 rubber, mter
meshmg conditioning rolls
Your choice of either windrow or swath, gas or
diesel power and planetary or hydrostatic
1 Only - Specially Priced
256 Hay Rake
w/Spring Teeth
NEW TOLL FREE NO. 1-800-822-2152
Rt. 419 Between Schaefferstown & Cornwall, Lebanon County
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 19,1984—81
Ha* Hay EfHynaat
Sab —
488 Haybine, 9 Ft.
Mower Conditioner
1 Only *7,300
892 Forage Harvester
*12,900 Base Unit
Sickle Bar Mower