Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, July 04, 1998, Image 61

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Jackson Pin Thimblers
4-H Club
The Jackson Pin Thimblers
sewing and crocheting club has
reorganized with five new mem
bers. Officers were elected as fol
lows: president, Lynette Belford;
vice president, Shannon
Wallace; secretary/news reporter,
Jenni Marcho; and treasurer,
Tami Glover.
The club has decided to par
ticipate in Project Linus. This
organization collects blankets
for seriously, chronically, termi
nally ill, or traumatized chil
dren. This club will be donating
yarn for blankets that will hope
fully give many children securi
The members received their
Heavenly Scent Candles for
their first fund raiser of the year
on April 8. Explained by the
Marcho’s, the members learned
selling techniques and about the
different varieties of candles
available through Marcho’s
Florist. The members plan to get
busy selling. Everyone wished
member Tami Glover good luck
on her tonsil removal.
Bethany Page called the April
meeting of the Jackson Pin
Tumblers to order at the North
Jackson Methodist Church.
Lynette Bedford shared what
she had learned at the officer’s
training session at the County
Office Building. The candle fund
raiser is continuing to go well for
all the members. The club wel
comed three new members -
Jessica Terpstra, Sarah Manzer,
and Sarah Hardy.
The American Pledge led by
Tami Glover opened the May 6
meeting of the club at the North
Jackson United Methodist
Church. The sewers were
informed that judging day is
July 9 The members made
plans to go to a Red Baron’s
game, the circus, and to Cole’s
Park in August All members
have work to do on their projects
before July 9
Cowboys and Cubbers
4-H Club
The Cowboys and Cubbers 4-
H club held its organizational
meeting in March. The members
discussed several upcoming
events, including the horse clin
ic on April 18 and 19, held at
Sue Smith’s.
Enrollment forms were hand
ed out to all the members for
Sot., July If 6am until 10 am a
Come and join the fire company
for their annual breakfast! Mi .
They will be serving all you
can eat buffet style of ij TW/flrt
pancakes, eggs, ham, bacon, i - ||
home fries, sausage, orange
juice, and coffee.
Adults $5.00 Children 6-12 years $3.50
The fire hull /s located on Rt. 23 in Goodville, PA.
| We will serve depute the construction on Rt. 25!
For information - 717-445-4040.
this year. Also, special contain
ers were given to each member
to be filled with first aid items.
Dr. Scott Bidell from the
Montrose Veterinary Clinic
came to the meeting and talked
about general horse mainte
As a bonus, 4-H club jackets
were presented to each member
from a previous fund raiser.
At the May meeting, 13 peo
ple were in attendance with five
new nembers.
On May 23 the club held a
clinic with demonstrations
given. On June 28 the members
will be going to the Peranich
Farm to see as miniature horse
The club also held a Mother’s
Day pancake breakfast at the
Silver Lake Fire Hall.
Members filled out judging
sheets of the different confirma
tion of the horses to enter in a
New York State contest. The
Cowboys and Cubbers Club
members also did a community
service in May. A couple of local
ladies that were involved in My
Brother’s Keeper came to the
club meeting and helped the
members make a quilt for a local
Paws And Tails
4-H Dog Club
The Paws and Tails 4-H Dog
Club met on March 1. Pledges
were said. The group quizzed
themselves on equipment for
grooming and training a dog
(different leads, muzzles, brush
es, and harnesses).
Renee Coy talked about the
Skill-A-Thon that she partici
pated in at Penn State
Achievement Days last year and
told the group what topics are
quizzed bn. The group talked
about the agility course that
they will help build at the
Humane Society.
Sunrise Sunset 4-H Club
The Sunrise Sunset 4-H
Club’s first meeting took place
at 4-H Leader, Mrs. Ileana
Seman’s, house on April 25
Member in attendance at the
meeting were Ann Wilbur, Brian
Templeman, Catie Durran,
Elizabeth Seman, Erica Seman,
Jesse Durran, and Paul Shelly.
Shortly after everyone arrived,
everyone introduced themselves
by saying their names, ages,
grades, and explaining why they
were in 4-H.
Then the club leaders dis
cussed the projects that they
were able to do and help with.
After that, the year’s new offi
cers were elected.
The election results were,
president Erica Seman; vice
president, Elizabeth Seman,
secretary/treasurer, Kim
Komar; news reporter, Jesse
Durran; scrapbook, Sarah
Holmes; game leaders, Ann
Wilbur and Catie Durran.
Hoofs In Clover 4-H Club
The Hoofs In Clover 4-H Club
met at the Elk Lake High School
In February the club mem
bers voted to make up an Easter
basket for a needy child and col
lect canned foods for a local food
bank. Club members worked on
mobiles for 4-H Awareness
Week. Everyone had a great
time creating animal cut outs
and posters to show all the dif
ferent 4-H projects that are
At the March meeting,
Debbie Place gave a demonstra
tion to all members on teeth
brushing. Upcoming events
were discussed; Unadilla auc
tion, clinic with Sue Smith.
Veterinarian Rita Slocum was
the guest speaker. She answered
various questions on horse
In April, club members
brought in candy and toys and
put together an Easter basket
for a needy child. They wel
comed Brittany Hollister as a
new member to the club
Lindsay Place gave a demon
stration on the Morgan
Members were reminded of
upcoming events Information
was handed out on Stall
Cleaning, the Pivot Foot, and
Natural Balance tips
Cut Slabwood
Call 717-272-4293
Lebanon County, PA
Feeding Expensive Feed 1
to Pest Birds 1
Avitrol treated gram baits,
successfully remove pest
birds from feedlots and (
farm buildings
i 218 Rockpomt Rd,
Marietta, PA 17547
( (717)426-3135
, ERA Approved
K „ i JULY 10,11,12,1998 %*sss# / (
A Demonstrations Start at 10:00 A.M. Daily • A
K. mma Featuring Case Tractors, Gas Engines and Equipment Y
r Exhibitors Welcome 'l r
\\ Flea Markets flt Crafts \
*v Parade Saturday, July 11th at 10:00 A.M. 'v
'for GARDEN TRACTOR (Stock 1975 & Older) PULL
ON FRIDAY, JULY 10th at 6:00 P.M.
for-)m- ANTIQUE FARM STOCK (1960 & Older) TRACTOR PULL SUNDAY, JULY 12th, 1130 AM
(Tractors Mua Is Ragistarsd A Dtsplaysd si 2 00 SM Saturday July 11th to Is EKgMs For Anllquo Trsclot Pud on Sunday July 12th at It M *MI
Gas Engines, Antique Tractors, Old Equipment, Fire Trucks, Antique Cars & Trucks,
Spinning 4 Weaving Demo, Blacksmith, Binding/Threshing/Balmg Demos, Plowing Demo,
, Baker Fan. Broom Making Demo, Tin Smith Demo. Eaole Wood Carver. Shingle Mill
jA V • -
V) Set-up time no earlier than 10.00 A.M. Thursday, July 9th • No campers or motor homes allowed on the ball field
/ / GENERAL INFORMATION CONTACT Proceeds Go To The Citizens Volunteer
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 4, 1998-821
Manure spreader co-op
ground drive, good shape
Also Case 3 pt. bush hog, s',
•also 2 horse trl 610-582-
4434 or 7289 Berks Co
1967 Motors manual ceram
ic molds silver wooden
pieces pocket knives, old
tools, records, Kennedy
memonals Rt 23 610-495-
6855 Chester Co
Truck cap for 6' GM, $195.
Tonau cover for same, $75,
diamond plate 3x5 work
bench, $5O 717-682-8548
Schuyl Co
1988 Dodge Ram 50, bed
liner, JD lawn tractor, Model
160 12 shp Bnggs & Strat
ton, 38” cut bagger, 10 yrs
old, exc cond , new battery
610-347-2232 Chester Co
IH 350 Hi-Utility tractor PS,
TA, WF, exc tin & rubber,
diesel eng , needs crank
shaft, live PTO 610-495-
6170 Chester Co
1938 Ford flat dump,
restore or parts, $4OO, (2)
1966 Mustang RH doors,
$5O, 1956 Chevy 235 CID
engine & trans 410-658-
6317 Cecil Co
Farmall Cub, new paint,
tires, motor overhauled,
PTO pully, no attachments,
$2300 No Sunday calls
(call any other time), 717-
398-2543 Lye Co
2 male peacocks, $4O ea
717-933-4879 Leb Co
100 cu ft K 25 TMR mixer,
3-1/2 yr old, $2OOO 610-
562-5473 Berks Co
1948 JD A for parts, good
sheet metal, 80, will part
out 717-949-3389 Leb Co
Fox tenter pup, great w/chil
dren, also company for
Grandpas & Grandmas
Good on farm, ready to go,
717-866-6048 Leb Co
NH 451 mower w/extra knife
& guards Never used,
$2300 JD shop manual for
4630 tractor 717-872-6282
Lane Co
1997 Mallard travel trailer,
32' Used 3 mo , must sell
Has slide out Financing
avail call Rick, 973-383-
4180 Lane Co.
JD front mounted PTC
attachment model E 0541
for 110-112 riding mowers
1968 up, $250 717-993
3781 York Co
Fordson super major fender,
new cond $125 plus ship
ping 717-465-9080 Susque
(2) GE refrigerators, $45,
Nelson irrigation setup,
1/272A/day capacity, $5OO,
Maple dining suite, $3OO,
Vespa scooter, delivery
avail 610-983-9550
Chester Co
JD gram drill w/small seed
attachment, 80' overhead
NH bale conveyor, 12’ spike
tooth harrow, (2) 18 4x26
tires, mounted 410-778-
3386 Queen Anne Co Md
IH hay conditioner VGC,
w/hydrolic clyn & lines
Meeker harrows three, three
footers w/drow bar 609-
561-4618 Camden Co NJ
Friday Night
Saturday Afternoon
Saturday Night
Sunday Afternoon
McKee 875 round baler
4'xs', $2500, JD 1209 hay
bine, $l4OO, Ford 12 bush
hog, $9OO RR 1, box 127,
Altoona, PA 16601
AC 190XT, 90hp w/semi
mount JD plow, $3BOO, IHC
464 w/IHC loader, 50 hp,
$4BOO 732-469-8492 Som
erset Co
Modem 10 acre horse farm,
3 BR house, 32 90 barn,
storage barn, $250, serious
buyers only, 717-367-5165
Hershey, PA Dauphin Co
AC B, runs god, starter,
chains, cultivator disc
ong owner, good rubber
$l4OO firm 610-756-6578
Lehigh Co
Dodge Warlock 4x4 plow,
needs work, $1950, small
utility trailer, 4x4, $l5O, 8N
backhoe bucket, $lOO, 4 ft
skid bucket, $lOO 215-679-
3740 Berks Co
Pygmy goats, 1 buck, 1
doe born Easter Sunday
Small, exc conformation
very tame, white w/black
markings 717-786-8071
Lane Co
1978 Dodge p/u Dl5O, 4
sp , 318 engine ong owner,
garage kept, no rust, 68K
mi , $2400 610-346-8404
Bucks Co
Unusual find, 1972 Monte
Carlo, 29,000 mi, all origi
nal 1 Exceptional cond fend
er skirts, bias plies $6550
Matt ahs@wnteme com
610-582-4161 Berks Co
Melroe No-Till, 10' drill, great
for pasture renovation anc
No-Till soybeans JD4OC
grinder mixer, $5OO 410
239-8234 Balt Co
Pair Scotch Highlanc
calves, small, wooly 5 year
ly Highland heifers, nice
group small sheep 717
865-4473 Leb Co
PD silo unloader, 14 ft silo
5 hp motor, working ordei
compl 914-255-6087 Ulste
Water wheel planter, pull
type, $9OO, 8 ft enclosed
shelf trailer, $lOO, wanted
electric butter churn 717-
539-2272 Snyder Co
Mascot wood furnace, $250
Lincoln welder $6O old
gram drill, fert drill, spring
harrow, make offer 717-
872-2747 Lane Co
Black spring wagon, repaint
ed, $950, 3000 lb forklift, 36
volts, $750, brushes
sponge donuts for vegetable
washers 717-733-2584
Lane Co
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