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Farm Page THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland ^hMMdttV ^^MA. A «di^K ······wt wVBB w IP1B r,«ss«8s3^ 1 tf ( ^^ USDA Decides To Merge Three Milk Orders TbeUA cotton hat ofAgri- tomtrgethe j D.C« Delaware Volley and Ifeper Ch«Mpeake Bar, .Fedtral milk marketing ordtrt ioto a tingle Middle Atlantic order, combining and imparting marketing areas now covered. New territory to be added would be the now unregulated part of southern Delaware, and all of Loudoun County, V*. USBA'B Consumer and Marketing Service officials said pro* ducer approval of the merger will be determined by mail referendum In which a two-thirds majority approval by those voting is required. A separate referend- mitos from Baltimore or Wastt- D.C., to offset the coat urn of individual dairy farmers will be held concurrently on a base-excess plan for paying farmers under the merged order. It» too, must be approved by two- thirds of those voting, to be put in effect. Farmers who supplied milk in March 1970 to the proposed order area will be eligible to vote in the ref erendums. Similar to existing Federal milk orders, the merged order would set minimum prices to dairy farmers for milk sold to dealers doing business in the marketing area covered. It would not set retail prices, however. :. Dealers would continue to pay for milk according to how it is used, and milk use classification would be about the same as now under the three orders. Fluid or bottling roilkwouldbeClassI, and milk sold for manufacturing uses would be Class n. ' Cream, which has been ClassI under the Washington order, would be Class U under the merger. Also, fluid mixtures of ·.cream, milk and skim milk having more butterfat than is normal for milk, would be Class IL ^The minimum Class I (bottling milk) price to be paid by hand- llers to farmers for milk having 3.5 percent butterfat would be $7.11 a hundred pounds, plus any amount by whichthemonthlyMin- nesota-Wisconsin manufacturing milk plant pay price exceeds $4.33 for the preceding month. The Class H (manufacturing milk) price would be the monthly Minnesota-Wisconsin manufacturing plant pay price, but not to exceed a butter - nonfat dry milk formula price. Other provisions of the merged order would be basically the same as in the present three orders, but with some changes in location adjustment and pooling provisions. Also, marketing services to producers would be provided for. The present base-ex-, cess plan would be modified and extended to a 12-month base payment plan. Handlers would pay a direct delivery differential of six cents a hunderweigbt on producer milk receipts at plants within 55 miles of Philadelphia. Prices at plants where location adjustments now apply would be about the same as at present. There would be location credits in prices to handlers at plants more than 55 miles from Philadelphia and also more than 75 of moving milk from outlying locations to the inner market The USDA decided against, fflj^rtl^ffi of cooperative payment provisions for the mergedorder. Details of the merged order are included in a final decision issued by USDA'o Consumer and Marketing Service on May 18. It is eaaentiaUy the same as the recommended decision of March 16. Both are based on public hearings held Aug. 4-22, 196% at Baltimore, and King of Pius-, sia. Pa., and Oct. 30, 1969, at Friendship International Airport, at the request of dairy farmers. Copies of the final decision may be obtained from the market administrators of the three orders, or from the Dairy Division, Consumer and Marketing Service, U.S Department of Ag- 264 Compete In 4-H Demonstrations _. _ ~m . · *·_ "··» t .1 itfll · f+l^^t A W ^^la«th «t4A* The first of a two-session Frederick County 4-H Demonstration Contest was held Saturday, May 23, afcWest Frederick Junior Efeh School and the results have been announcedby the 4-H Office. The second session will ba held JuoeC, at the Frederick Fair Grounds for projects in agronomy, automotive and farm machinery, dairy, horticulture, livestock^** obedience, bone and pony, and riculture, 20250. Washington, D. C. Beef Field Day Canceled The Maryland Beef Producers Field Day, scheduled for 10 a.m., Saturday, June 13 at the Slver Spring Farm, E. Brooke Lee, Damascus has been canceled. Other beef news from the Maryland BCIA are as follows: Maryland Beef Testing Station, 17 bulls, nine steers have been nominated for the test that starts Oct. 3. Please get your nominations in. Ultrasonic equipment for measuring fat and muscle, should be received by July 15. Maryland BCIA and Maryland Pork Producers Association helped the University of Maryland buy 3/4 of mis equipment. The University of Delaware owns a 1/4 interest Charges to cover operating cost and maintenance will be $5 per beef animal; $4 per hog, with $50 minimum charge for setting up the equipment. Some of the coming events are: July 11, 10 a.m., Angus Field Day, Friendly Acres Farm, Muirkirk; Aug. 1, Hereford Field Day, Spring Valley Farm, Participating in the first session were 264 4-H members. The awards follow: Class 17, Foods and Nutrition-General, senior individual, champion. Aon Heffner, Jefferson Girls' 4-H Club. Junior individual, chunpfaa, Doona Easier, Balleoger 4-H Club; white ribbon. Donna Shafer. Barbara Frftchie 4-H Club; red ribbon, Gwyn Putman. Tuocarora 4-H Club; red ribbon, Rebecca Burdette, Urbana Girls' 4-H Club; and red ribbon, Patty Moore, Lewiatown 4-H Club. Junior team, red ribbod,Eliiabeth Crown and Carol Lawson, Middletown 4-H Club. Class 8, Family Life, senior individual, champion, Deborah Zeiler, Frederick City 4-H Club; alternate champion, Kaye Ramsburg, Walkersville 4-H Club; blue ribbon, DebbieStulLLewistown 4-H Club. Class 9, Foods and Nutrition - MainDishes, junior individual, champion. Cindy Hahn. Ballanger Girls 4-H Club; alternate champion, Owen Wiener, Walkersville 4-H Club, and blue ribbon, Debbie Kemp, Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club. Senior individual, red ribbon. Deborah Moore, Lewistown 4-H Club. . Class 20, Home Furnishings and Management, senior individual, champion, Marsha Ahalt, Middletown 4-H Club; alternate champion, Lois Remsburg, Jefferson Girls' 4-H Club; and blue ribbon, Mary Ann Grossnickle, Middletown 4-H Club. Junior individual, champion, Diane Alexander, Middletown 4-H Club; alternate champion, Elizabeth Anderson, Thurmont 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Annette Llnton, Urbana Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Julie Summers, Frederick City 4-H Club; red ribbon, Tanya DuvaU, Walkersville 4-H Club; red ribbon, AnitaSmith, Petersville Girls' 4-H Club; and red ribbon, Frances CoghilL Braddock 4-H Club. Junior team, champion, Robin Burdette and Robin Fender, Urbana 'Girls' 4-H Club; and alternate champion, Evelyn Dwyer and Patricia Hoffmaster, Brunswick 4-H Club. Class 25, Music and Recreation, junior individual, champion, Robert Hobba, Urbana Boys' 4-H Club; and red ribbon, Kathleen BeaU. Barbara Fritchie 4-H Club. Class 16, Foods and Nutrition-Beverages, champion, Gertrude Bidle and LorettaGuyton, Middletown 4-H Club. Junior individual, champion, Julie Kuhn, Middletown 4-H Club; alternate champion, Joyce Wachter, Lewistown 4-H Club; red ribbon, Susan Baltzell, Thurmont 4-H Club; red ribbon, Michele Marker, Ballenger 4-H Club. Class 29, Safety, junior individual, champion, Tina Leatherman, Frederick City 4-H Club; alternate champion, Bob Shively, Braddock 4-H Club; and blue ribbon, Molly Shepley, Frederick City 4-H Club. Class 19, Health and Personal Appearance, junior team, champion, Debbie Wood and Lori Hanson, Middletown 4-H Club. Class 27, Plan and Plant for Beauty, junior individual, champion, Joan Dorrell, Frederick City 4-H Club; red ribbon, Debbie Bartgis, Shookstown, 4-H Club; and red ribbon, Nancy West, Ballenger 4-H Club. Senior individual, champion, Paula Bellinger, Rocky Ridge 4-H Club; alternate champion, DonnaHuffer, Middletown 4-H Club. ..,,,,. _. Class 30, General, junior individual, champion, AonWilliard, Thurmont 4-H Club; alternate champion. Lois Burner, Middletown 4-H Club; red ribbon, Betsy Carter, Middletown 4-H Club; red ribbon, Susan NagtoTBaUenger Girls' 4-H Club; blue rfl*on.Kay Boyer, Ballenger Girls 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Judy JKwe, Frederick Ctty *-H Club; red ribbon, Dawn Taylor, Barbaata Frttchie 4-H ClubTred ribbon^ Debbie Miller. Petersville GirtaM-H Club; red ribbon. AidtaDavis, Cloverettes 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Kimberly Cooper, Petersville Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Karen niagton. Braddock . Club; blue ribbon. John BeU, Mt. Pleasant Boys' Club; and red ribbon, Gena Grimes, Tuacarora Girls' 4-H Club. Class 6. Electric, junior individual, red ribbon, Billy StuU. Tuscarora Boys' 4-H Club. Senior individual, champion, Wendy Johnson, Urbana Girls' 4-H Club. Class 4. Conservation, Forestry, and Marksmanship, senior team, champion, Brenda and Linda Haugh, Carroll Manor Girls' Class 30, General, senior individual, champion, Gail Rems- ber, Middletown 4-H Club; alternate champion, Anne Bowers, Middletown 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Andrea Hedges, Middletown 4-H Club; blue ribbon. Chastain Hobba, Urbana Girls' 4-H Club. Special Demonstrations, Harmony Grove 4-H Club, red ribbon, Deborah Tyeryar; blue ribbon, Linda Wolfe and Joanne Crummite; red ribbon, Debra House; red ribbon, Delores Wilt; blue ribbon, Loretta Young. Class 13, Foods and Nutrition-Dairy Foods, juniorteam, champion, Beth Fulton and Mary Ellen Pasike, Middletown 4-H Club and alternate champion, VlckiPryandDeniseGuyton, Brunswick 4-H Club. t . M .. . Class 10, Foods and Nutrition-Dessert, junior individual, champion, Michelle Mullican, Frederick Clovers 4-H Club; alternate champion, Jenny Bartgis, Shookstown 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Marcia Kemp, Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Janet Dawson, Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Linda Nagle, Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Sally Murphy, New Market Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Margaret Murphy, New Market 4-H Club and blue ribbon, Cindy Zimmerman, Lewistown 4-H Club, Class 26, Photography, junior individual, champion, Roberta Sherman, Frederick City 4-H Club. Senior individual, red ribbon, Richard Arrington, New Market Boys' 4-H Club. Class 12, Foods and Nutrition-Pastries and Breads, juuor team, champion, Morry Zimmerman and Cindy Masser, Middletown Wide Awake 4-H Club. Junior individual, champion, Roxanne Grant, Lewistown ML View 4-H Club; alternate champion, Brenda Lenhart, Lewistown Mt. View 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Beverly Miner, Mt Pleasant Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Debbie Wachter, Lewistown Mt. View 4-H Club; red ribbon, Lynna Keister, Tuscarora Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Jocelyn Sue Hill, Petersville Girls' 4-H Club. Senior individual, champion, Linda Hert, Jefferson Girls' 4-H Club; and red ribbon, Doris Biser, Walkersville Girls' 4-H Club. Class 10, Foods and Nutrition-Dessert, junior team, rednb- bon, Angela and Cecilia Wivell, Rocky Ridge 4-H Club; and white ribbon, Martha Pendleton and Susan Shively, Braddock 4-H Club. Class 13, Foods and Nutrition-Dairy Foods, junior individual, tie, Beef Testing Station; Oct. 13, Fall Feeder Cattle Sale, Four Slates Auction, Hagerstown:Nov. 20, 7 p.m., Angus Fall Quality Sale, Show 3 p.m., Frederick Fairgrounds; and Nov. 28,1p.m., Hereford Fall Sale, Snow 10 sum., Gaithersburg Ag Center. Montgomery County Beef Field Day, held on May 9 had 66 steers shown, and William Curry was the judge. The Grand Champion and Champion Hereford was shown by Brian Jones, Damascus. The champion Angus was shown by Chandler Keys, Olney and the champion Shorthorn was Day, spring vauey rorju, unu uie tiuuujjiuu ajiuw*Mi Poolesville; Oct. 3, received cat-1 shown by Nancy Lee Canby. 3 6 6 16 NEW PICK-UP ATTACHMENT FOR N. H. HARVESTER MODEL, fll MAKE AN OFFER HOME EQUIPMENT CENTER Farm Equip. C e n t e r . In -» *.i cviv v" 2;"" · ' PH r. :'30^ 0f \ "W-^r- mlity l s F i ' t " f OMEN MOM. THRU HM. H1L « 22-26 26-28 28 29-July 30 1-8 Extension Service Calendar JUNE Dressing By Design - 4-H Leaders - 9:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Extension Conference Room, Winchester Hall Regional Conference - Hagerstown, All Agents Demonstration Day, 9:30 a,m., Frederick Fairgrounds 4-H Beef, Sheep and Swine Club Workshop, Frederick Fairgrounds, 9:30 a.m. Annual Meeting, Hood College Campus, Extension Homemakers Dressing By Design - 4-H Leaders - 9:30 a.m. 12:30 p.nu, Extension Conference Room, Winchester Hall Frederick County 4-H Camp Starts, Girls' week- Camp Greentop Frederick County 4-H Weekend Camp (Older Youth, Leaders, Poppies)-amp Greentop Farm Visitation Day, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Frederick County 4-H Camp, Boys' Week-Camp Greentop Dressing By Design - 4-H Leaders - 9:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m., Extension Conference Room, Winchester Hall Enter The 1970 Pork Queen Contest If you are a single girl, between the ages of 16-20 and reside on a swine farm or are the daughter of parents actively engaged in pork production, you could be the 1970 Maryland Pork Queen. The contest will be held at 5 p.m., August 3, at the University of Maryland's Animal Science Research Farm, Waterloo Road, Route 175, Ellicott City, Maryland, in conjunction with the Pork Producers Field Day, Judging School and Pork Barbecue. The 1970 Pork Queen will receive a $50 savings bond, and represent the Maryland Pork Industry at official functions and at the National Fork Queen Contest The queen will be selected on the basis of her beauty, personality and neatness, presentation and pose, oral interrogation, and essay delivery. Each contestant will present a short oral essay 3 Even a full moon reflects only seven per cent of the sunlight falling upon it. These Little Piggies Went To Market The feeder pig sale held at Eden, May 25, had 928 pigs sold, 27 consignors and eight buyers present. The average price per head were as follows: Thirty-six to 45 pounds, $20.66; 46 to 55 pounds, $22.71; 56 to 56 pounds, $23.16; 66 to 75 pounds, $25.52; 76 to 85 pounds, $26.63; and 86 to 100 pounds, $31.07. Support your Maryland Feeder Pig Sales. The next sale will be held June 8 at Denton, Caroline Sales and June 22 at Eden, Dukes Brothers. on a subject relating to pork such as increasing consumption, pork in nutrition, selling pork, making pork more appealing, and the homemaker and the pork counter. For information and entry blanks, write Maryland Pork Queen, P.O. Box 1, Sparks, Md., 21152. Entry blanks and publicity pictures must be mailed before July 15, 1970. So, don't delay, enter the 1970 Maryland Pork Queen Contest now! champion, Sherry Lynn Smith, P«ter«ville Girlf' 4-H ChiMjter- nate champion. Becky Spicer, Walkersville 4-H Clufc; red ribbon, Jill Remfberfe Middletown Wide Awake 4-H Club; red ribbon, Martha Trout, Walkersvffle 4-H Club; red ribbon, Gail Tucker, Jefferson Girt*' 4-H Club; Md ribbon, LaVonn* H«fltoer, Fj*»"»JU* Girli' 4-H Club; and red riboo^ Sh*ronLoy,J«tf*m« Girls'4-H Club. Senior individual, champion, Joy MacCartee, Walkersville Boys' 4-H Club; alternate champion, Susan Burrier, Middletown 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Carolyn Nicholson, Urbana Girls' 4-H Club; and blue ribbon. Candy Mart* Walkersville 4-H Club, Class 14, Foods and Nutrition-Poultry Foods, aerator individual, cliampion, Elizabeth Krask, Frederick Ctty 4-H Club. Class 7, Etomotogy, junior individual, champion. Lisa DeLeonardis, Monocacy Village 4-H Club. Class 15, Foods and Nutrition-Snacks, junior individual, champion, Gretchen Green, Frederick City 4-H Club; alternate champion, Natoma Reed, Shookstown 4-H Club; white ribbon, Linda Harp, Barbara Fritchie 4-H Club; red ribbon, Sabrina Soil], Tuscarora Girls' 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Sharon Murphy, Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Maria Fontaine, Thurmont 4-H Club; and blue ribbon, Tanny Wachter, Lewistown 4-H Club. Junior team, champion, Lisa Zecher and Judy Bures, Middletown 4-H Club. Senior individual, champion, Barbara Linton, Urbana Girls. Class 10, Foods and Nutrition-Dessert, senior individual, champion, Linda EnfieJd, Petersville 4-H Club; alternate champion, Kaye Burrier, Middletown 4-H Club. Class 14, Foods and Nutrition-Poultry Foods, junior individual, champion, Sharon Ann House, Middletown 4-H Club; and red ribbon, Stephanie Spicer, Walkersville Girls' 4-H Club. Class 3, Clothing, junior team, champion, Debra Shafer and Sara Remsberg, Middletown 4-H Club. Junior individual, champion, Sally Rose, Frederick City 4-H Club; alternate champion, Deanna Johnson, Urbana Girls' 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Kathy Zimmerman, Jefferson Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Debra Taylor, Barbara Fritchie 4-H Club; red ribbon, Dora Rosapepe, Barbara Fritchie; blue ribbon, Melissa Dudrow, Carroll Manor 4-H Club; white ribbon, Terry Burdette, Urbana Girls'4-H Club; red ribbon, Gail Gladhill, Petersville Girls' 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Maggie Little, Thurmont 4-H Club; red ribbon, Patricia Renner, Braddock 4-H Club; and red ribbon, Robin Notnagle, Braddock 4-H Club. Senior individual, champion, Nancy Fryi Cloverettes 4-H Club; and alternate champion, linda Hahn, Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club. Class 11, Foods and Nutrition-Salad, senior individual, champion, Doris West, Ballenger 4-H Club; red ribbon, Hazel Eiker, Walkersville Girls' 4-H Club; white ribbon, Kimberly Debolt, Frederick City 4-H Club. Junior individual, champion, Barbara Remsberg, Middletown 4-H Club; alternate champion, Katrina Baker, Thurmont 4-H Club; red ribbon, TeresaBoyette, Middletown 4-H Club; red ribbon, Roberta Dodson, Unionville 4-H Club; red ribbon, Brenda Fox, Ballenger Girls' 4-H Club; white ribbon, Debbie Reed, Shookstown Girls' 4-H Club; white ribbon, Judy Blank, Mt. Pleasant Girls' 4-H Club; red ribbon, Karen Harp, Barbara Fritchie 4-H Club; white ribbon, Jennie Putney, Barbara Fritchie 4-H Club; white ribbon, JudithWells,FrederickCity 4-H Club; red ribbon, Nancy Free, Shookstown 4-H Club; red ribbon, Teresa Moore, Lewistown 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Karen Mullican, Frederick Clovers 4-H Club; blue ribbon, Virginia Ramsburg, Lewistown 4-H Club; and blue ribbon, DebraShober, Frederick City 4-H TMub. Judges and helpers for the demonstrations were: Mrs. Charles Putman, Mrs. C.P. Sampsell, Donna Buffer, Mrs. Kenneth Pruitt, Mrs. Howard T. Smith, Virginia Cook, Mrs. J.H. Remsburg Jr., Mrs. Ralph Linton, LinaEnfield, Mrs. Earle Nicholson Miss Carol Pelton, Barbara Linton, Mrs. Harold Heffner, Mrs. Merhle Remsburg, Gail Remsberg, Mrs. Ed Kahler, Mrs. HubertHarp, Chastain Hobba, Mrs. Jeanne Johnson, Mrs. Chris Hommey, Susan Burrier, Mrs. Jane Smith, Mrs. Wendric Moore, Carolyn Nicholson, Mrs. George Bragaw, Miss Becky Sampsell, Kaye Burrier, Mrs. Rene' Dorrell, Mrs. Simon Stull, Linda Hahn, Mrs. Eugene Burdette, Mrs. George Ahalt, and Ann Heffner. JULY Texas 4-Her Exchanges in Frederick County What are Zebras doing in a Farm Credit ad? Like zebras, most sources of credit, look alike. Look closer, you'll see there's a difference. Farm Credit is the only source of credit specially designed to meet your needs. That's the big difference. Farm Credit A S S O C I A T I O N Seeing is believing Hayliner* Balers PTO Bale Throwers Rolabar* Rakes We'll bring 'em to your farm! We believe that the best way to sell New Holland farm machinery is to show it to you as it should be shown. On your farm, doing the work you do ... you can watch closely, operate the equipment yourself and know for sure that we have the right answers to profitable farming. Farmers throughout the country know that there's real truth in the slogan "Practical in design · dependable in action." We'd like to prove it to you! Call for a free, no obligation, demonstration on your farm. ISEW HOLLAPsD DIVISION OF SPERRY RAND CERESVILLE MOTOR COMPANY PHONE 662-4197 ROUTE No. 1, FREDERICK, MD. I SPREAD PRAMITOL GET BARE GROUND WEED CONTROL New, improved Pramitol* 5PS pellets get rid of weeds where you don't want them. In fences. And around buildings, silos, feedlots, gas tanks, and pumps. They're great for knocking out weeds where you can't mow. Pramitol pellets work like a charm. One quick, easy application keeps weeds down all season. Try new Pramitol 5PS pellets. You'll find all kinds of uses for them. MEYERS LIQUID FERTILIZER CO. MT. AIRY, MO. 829-1472 COMPLETE LIQUID FERTILIZER, NITROGEN, SEEDS AND BALER TWINE June Dairy Month feed Special FIGHT Volunteer Problems The New, 1970 HESSTON POLL-TYPE PT-7 for every ton of Southern States Pelleted Dairy Feed You buy during June!* (You get a check in the mail!) * Offer applies only to 3-ton-or-larger lots of all- pelleted feed of not more than 20% protein, purchased and delivered in June. Here's your chance to save money while you make money. Stock up now on a Southern States Pelleted Dairy Feed. It's your best choice for fast clean-up, maximum ENE (Estimated Net Energy) for your money, free feed flow. Southern States Frederick Co-op. Frederick, Md. -- 663-6164 Southern States Mt. Airy Co-op. Mt Airy, Md. -- 829-0110 Southern States Valley Co-op. Middletown, Md. -- 371-6040 Southern States Woodsboro Co-op. 'Woodsboro, Md. - 845-8061 Your Southern States Cooperative Agency sterile P/nf-S/ze Milk Machine No aeratm Is too amaH for the mighty PT-7. lets you tnjoy ·R the ·ovtntigoa of wtndrawlng with the ·milkst possible Invostmtnt Cuts tall, short, thick or thin crops In tholr primo otafifc Como too the PT-7 totfty. FREDERICK EQUIPMENT CO. Evergreen Point Phone: 662-6135 The 1970 HESSTON PULL-TYPE PT-10 Weather or Not The FMO eut» wide, tow» narrow and P«rfanj* W» lt 9f"f!flS of your humidity problem. Takes · fuH 9'3' eut...about £ wider than other makes. You'll spend an hour Ioto to a Sfroom Hold. Como In today and too this ·conomScal pron FREDERICK EQUIPMENT CO. Evcrgrnn Point Phon* 662-6135 ST-6 WE HAVE IT Truman Keefer Keymar, Md. Phon. 775-5864 Ralston-Purina Co. Walk.rtville, Md. Phone 898-7117 Kerr - McGee Chemical Corp. Mt. Airy, Md. Phone 829-0313 H. C. Summers Co. Jefferson, Md. - Phone 4734300 George Bowman Wtit Friendship, Md. Phone 489-4226 Lawrence Bassler Reeky Ridge, Md. Phone 271-2843 Thurmont Coop Phone 271-7321 Willard Chemical Co. Frederick a\ Pea4etville f JM. Mwne M24100 «r 1 ,'SPAPO.r

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