Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 06, 1995, Image 42

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Pennsylvania Farm Show
(ContlniMd from Pago A4l)
Mike Wharton of York County,
along with two North Carolinians,
Bob Davis and Stephen Keeney,
will be making shoes and putting
them on one of the huge draft
horses. Using a forge, anvil and
hand tools, including a 12-pound
hammer, two people make the
shoe, the other prepares the hoof
and nails on the shoe.
The state FFA convention again
is to be held in the Large Arena,
this year starting at 4 p.m.,
“I’m really pleased to have that
herd,” Ritter said. “It used to be
held down at the Forum. I’m
pleased because we have loads of
kids here (to participate and
observe), as they should be.”
There are also Farm Show com
memorative trucks and tractors for
sale again this year, and the Pen
nsylvania State Police will have
We are receiving tobacco at our two
Barevllle will be receiving tobacco 8-4 every Mon through Fri. at
our new location /* mile east of Rt. 23 on GrayblU Rd. Next to
Harry’s Auction in the village of Barevllle, Pa. (the old scales
factory). Telephone No. 717-354-8177 717-656-8452
Kirkwood Hay Auction Bam at the intersection of Noble Rd. and
Rt. 472. We will be receiving tobacco 8-4 every Monday,
Wednesday & Friday Telephone No. 717-529-2886
Consider Golden Leaf Tobacco Co. when marketing your 609 or
41 type tobacco. A company with an outstanding reputation for
supporting Lancaster tobacco farmers year after year.
Golden Leaf Tobacco Co.
Mac Bailey (717) 354-8177
(717) 575-4229
Clark Stauffer
(717) 733-8921
(717) 575-0622
(717) 738-2328
Vermont Castings
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their booth and station located
against the north wall of the Main
Exhibition Hall, where they’ve
been located for years, to answer
questions and help children locate
and reunite their wandering
Also, perhaps the most signific
ant change that visitors will notice
is the traffic signal that was
installed along Cameron Street in
front of the Farm Show this past
While traffic is always some
what congested around the area of
the complex, the traffic signal
should allow a better flow of
traffic both coming to and
leaving the complex.
As far as the weather, crews had
plenty of practice keeping the lot
clean last year and Ritter said they
are stocked and prepared to tackle
any type of winter weather that
may happen.
Michael Bailey Aaron Miller
(717)529-2886 Ans. Serv.
(717) 572-2575 (717) 656-6109
Dennis Hess
(717) 627-4075
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