Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, October 06, 1984, Image 49

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    BY SALLY BAIR
Staff Correspondent
10UNT JOY Karl K. Ket
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FARM SERVICE
RD 1, HAMBURG. PA
On Old Route 22 Between Hamburg and Shartlesville
215-488-1025
Lancaster County Farm Women plan convention
Farm Women Convention to be
held on Saturday, Nov. 3 at the
Farm and Home Center.
Kettering will address the nearly
500 farm women expected to attend
on “Living Life to Its Fullest.” A
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SELF PROPELLED
FORAGE HARVESTER
(Prices Good Through Oct. 31)
718 HARV. (540 RPM)
Price
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782 HARV.( 1000 RPM)
Price $8795
Oct. Cash
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782 HARV. (540 RPM)
w/Metalert
Price
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$11,600 Cash Price
$12,500
-900
(l6 HP) L-445 (30 HP) L-775 (SO HP)
w/2 buckets Diesel w/2 Buckets w/2 Buckets
$8295 $14,995 $20,995
489 HAYBINE
w/Hyd. Lift
Price
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MISCELLANEOUS
TD 50 DISC
w/Hyd. Leveling
$5995
NO. 8 FOR. BOX
w/Roof & 3rd Beater w/
238 (12 Ton Tandem) And
Tires.
Disc.
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16795
-475
NO. 28 FOR. BLOWER
Price $2895
Oct. Cash
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-625
$Bl7O
NO. 30 FOR. BLOWER
(1000 RPM)
$11,500
Price
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-800
$10,700
849 ROUND BALER
w/Auto. Wrap
Price
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* 7600 Cash Price
$8195
-595
256 RAKE
w/Hitch& Jack
Price
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resident of Ephrata, Kettering
travels around the country
speaking to audiences at con
ventions, banquets and corporate
meetings, bringing the message of
enthusiasm and motivation. He is
known, in fact, as “Mr. En
thusiasm,” and is president of
“Progress Through People, Inc.,”
his own company which specializes
in human resources development.
Tickets for the annual event cost
$8 and can be ordered through Mrs.
Lorraine Wenger, 249 N. Fulton
$11,495
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$10,670
$2475
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$2310
1069 S.P. BALE
WAGON (DIESEL)
IN
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Lancaster Society 6 meets at noon
to entertain hubands and
friends at the Country Table
Restaurant, Mt. Joy.
Lebanon Society 5 will meet for a
ghostly party at the
Fredericksburg United
Methodist Church for a safety
program.
Lancaster Society 22 meets for a
craft day at 9:30 a.m.
$7495
Wednesday, October 10
Lancaster Society 14 meets at
Mildred Herr’s house for a
“Turkey Time” program by
Gladys Esbenshade.
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Elizabethtown Area Grange 2076
installed new officers at their Sept.
20 meeting. The new officers are:
master, Ronald Shaffer; overseer,
Dorothy Berry; lecturer, Kenneth
Myer; steward, David Shearer;
assistant steward, Roy Springer;
and lady assistant steward, Helen
Becker.
$2850
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$2660
Other officers are: chaplin,
Charles Brooks; secretary, Tracy
McCoy; treasurer, Victor Koser;
gatekeeper, Scott Funk; ceres,
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Saturday, October 6
Tuesday, October 9
Elizabethtown Grange
Street, Strasburg, 17579. Deadline
is Oct. 22.
During the program the Lan
caster County Society of Farm
Women will present a check to the
Water Street Rescue Mission,
representing contributions from
all 35 local societies.
Morning devotions and in
spiration will be led by the David
Brubaker family, and afternoon
musical entertainment will be
given by Dawn and Rich Winey.
The morning program begins at
10 a.m., and will be preceded by
registration and a bazaar. As the
farm women arrive they will be
greeted by Lancaster County
commodity queens who will offer
samples of dairy, poultry and
honey products.
Thursday, October 11
Lancaster Society 33 meets to
make favors for the Society 26
program.
Lancaster Society 21 meets for a
covered dish.
Lancaster Society 9 meets.
Friday, October 12
Lancaster Society 13 meets at
Krown Kitchens at 7; 30 p.m.
Saturday, October 13
Lancaster Society 7 will meet for a
birthday dinner.
Lancaster Society 2 meets for
election of officers.
Lancaster Society 1 meets for a
Pa. foods program by Ida
Risser.
Lancaster Society 25 meets for a
trip to Arlene Eshleman’s
cabin.
Alama Shearer; pomona, Sara
Myer; flora, Patty Kurtz;
executive committee, Sam Myer,
Bill Kautz, Carles Becker; finance
committee, Melson Weaver,
Marlin Uhrich, Victor Koser.
The Grange is a family oriented
farm organization with roots in
rural communities all across the
nation.
For more information call Ron
Shaffer, 665-6974 or Tracy McCoy,
653-5335.