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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

»*» SUBSCRIBER'S BONUS Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming and receive FREE one advertisement _-"" each month in our Mail Box Market Subscribers using the MAIL BOX MARKET will be governed by the following rules: it Limit yonr admtisemeo_£to fire lines which means over 25 words. _<#C All _Advertisemenis most be in our hands by Monday P.H or same will be held over for next week's paper. -k Only one advertisement allowed each monlh. o it No business advertisements accepted for this column, _T_^ Yon are allowed to ron the advertisement only one time Send in no duplication. * Please mail all advertisements cue ef MAIL BOX MAR KET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRY VILLE, PA. ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦ ! ¦

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Carl DiHer Auctioneer and Cow Tester Refton, Pa. Ph. Quarryville307R5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Lancaster County Sales Dates Claimed Jan 7 — John E Snvder, midway between New Holland and Hintelctawn. real estate and personal property, 1 >p m. Jan 12 — Clyde E Keener, I 1 .- mi north of Lancaster (at intersection of Manheim Sc Hbg. pikes — Rts 72 & 230), faim machmeiy and 75. tractors, 11 a m Jan 7 -r- Community Public Sale, Intercouise, Pa., household goods, farm implements, 300 lo _cubt posts, _Amish market wagon hay, straw, 11 a m Jan 14 — Harry M. Sensenig Estate Manor Twp (mile east o: Washington Boro, on road fiom Rt. 999 to the Charleston Road), 2-story frame house, 2-car garage, household goods, 12 30 p m Jan 14 — Henry G. Good, Jr, Earl Twp. (in village of Hinkletown on — Rt 322),' livestock, farming implements, household goods, 12 30 p m. _ Jan. 14 — Fanny Y Renmnger Estate, 301 E Main St, New Holland, 2 tracts real estate with improvements, 2 pm. Jan 18 — Nora L Brower Churchtown, real estate and per sonal property, 12 30 p m Jan. 18 — Geoige...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Agriculture Department Studying New Program for Smaller Farms Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON — The Department 'of Agriculture is sifeudyinig ia new _Jproposail to alleviate conditions for ithe average _fainmier which may-foe 1ihe most entihusiastocallnreiceiiived ¦plan put to farmers in sfolme fame. Big farmers may not like the iproroigail, but a ¦vast majority of small farmers are sure to approve of it In ibriief, *he new plan is to tamiut _suipipont bo farmers on a dollar basis In oMher words, "a farm¬ er ,mii'gihit mot be extended touit $25,000 _iwortfi of support If langer - farmers wanted to iptait mlore _fflhan _ithat. they ooulLdi tat tine government would iplucik out only Dhat much money to support- prices for them. Ttat is _gust 'one figure which !has been mentioned. _Tf _lihe _ipiati is reeomended amid adopted, it may vairy in detail Another provision of the new idea being studied in Washington is itfhait to _stojp limiting acreage, flMd start _tauitinig crops...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

General Nature o£ Precipitation This chart of the nation shows the gen- moderate _^ , and heavy, and the precipitation_, eral nature of the total precipitation which amounts which determine these classes" are fell during-the preceding 30 days. Precipi- obtained from an analysis of many years tation is expressed in three classes: light, of record at many stations.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Here is the NEWEST Way to treat CRD Simply Dust Your Flock With Convenient, effective, and economical treatment of CRD (Chronic Respiratory Disease) or AIR SAC INFECTION in chickens. For less than one cent a bird, YOU can treat your flock. Most effective if caught in the early stages. n«»«..SI-«*AVkQrki_«a_«r \ ttKM%j _\ %ilj Ask for it by name _ i_* ry-_^. _^_±>-j_* At your local Feed Dealer DISTRIBUTED BY New Holland Supply Co. Phone 4-2149 New Holland. Pa

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

JOHN D. GRAHAM A. H. BURKHOLDER TELEPHONE S7O-R4 TELEPHONE 17B & GRAHAM BURKHOI_^ DE R AND EXCAVATING ASPHALT-PAVING TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 '6UARRYVILLE. PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

County Tobacco _,Cops 92 of 94 Prizes at Show By LF Staff Reporter HARRISBURG — Lancaster County, contributing $10 million to the Keystone State's annual $ll-million tobacco business, ¦walked off with 92 of 94 awards in the Cigar Leaf Tobacco show at the 1956 Pennsylvania Farm Show. Promises of "typical Farm-Show weather" held too true on opening day, as ice glazed highways in many sections of the State and cut attendance to 60,-000, compared to 1954's opening day of 80,000 when heavy snow blanketed the State-Roads Conditions Improve Road conditions improved Monday night , Grand champion wrapper in. the cigar leaf tobacco division for Pennsylvania Seedleaf or Broadleaf_, went to George Webb, Jr., SRI Elizabethtown, while grand champion filler was shown, by Abram Bollinger, R4, Lititz . Clinton county was the sole challenger to the Garden Spot, but placed seventh in one division, ninth in another against 12 en. tries from Lancaster County. Here are other Lancaster County awards...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Farm women Elect Officers Homsher Farm Sells, $60,100 To R. H. Rohrer At Harrisburg HARRISBURG — Newly elected officers of _^ the Society of Farm Women of Pennsylvania are. treasurer, Mrs Milton Eberly, RD 3, Lancaster, ito succeed Mrs Samuel Moyer, RD 2, Hershey; and director, Mrs. D L Howard, RD. 2, HummeJstown, Dauphin County, to succeed Mrs Oren McCaleb, RD 6, Carlisle. Mrs. Charles Shriver, RD 3, Waynesburg,- Greene County, was elected president at (the 1955 convention for a term of two years; also, first vice _president, Mrs. Mark Herr, .RD 2, Collegeville, Montgomery County; second vice president, Mrs. Fred _Bikle, RD l,~Fayetteville_, Franklin County; and secretary, " Mrs. Edward- Boyd,' Sioysto _'wn, Somerset County. Seventeen " counties now have membership in Ithe Society with total membership exceeding %- 000, it was announced at the Farm . Show meeting " County presidents _reported cash and material donations were made to welfare .and health agencies and drives...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Robert Welk Outstandfa_^g FFA Boy of Year; His Holstein Places Third -HARRISBURG — A plaque designating him as the "outstanding FFA boy of the year" was presented to Robert L. Welk, Strasburg, R.D-1, Lancaster County, at the close of the Future Farmers of America - nud-wmter meeting in the Forum Welk, who is_~ State president of the FFA, has a distinguished record as a (farm boy. He operates a 75-acre farm, helps his father on the family's 85-acre farm, and has a part-time job with an implement dealer His farming program in his senior year included 1500 broilers, 4 dairy 'calves, 4 dairy cows, 6 brood sows, 20 fattening hogs, 10 acres of corn, 10 acres of hay, 5 acres of wheat, and 3 acres of barley. He was president of his class, FFA president of his chapter and county, won the Keystone Farmer degree in 1954 and was elected State president last June. Holstein Calf Places The "Outstanding boy" plaque is being donated by the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Cooperative _Association A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Baby Beeves in 4-H Classes Go On Sale Friday HARRISBURG — The 125 4-H baby beeves ithat paraded through 'the judging ring Thursday at the v Farm Show will go on the auction block there Friday afternoon They tip the scales at a total of 135,580 lbs — nearly 70 tons of beef on the hoof — when University. This was an average of 1085 lbs. They were judged Thursday by Byron Good, of Michigan _SJate State University Seventy of the steers are Angus, 45 Herefords, and 10 Shorthorn. Weighed in also were the 50 pens of lambs that complete th« 4-H livestock part of Ithe show. The lambs are of six breeds — Hampshire, Shropshire, Southdown, Dorset, Chevoit, and Suffolk- They tipped the scales at a total of 16,507 lbs In charge of the weighing in wtere E. G. Hamill," Hollidaysburg, county agent of Blair county, and Prof. Monroe J- Armes, _extension farm management specialist, the Pennsylvania State University. Henry Shields, weighmaster for Swift & Co., Hamsburg, operated the scal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Ground Breaking Ceremonies Ground was broken Saturday morning change gather in front of the sign erected for the new Lancaster Poultry Center. at the proposed site at the intersection of Here meinbers of the Lancaster, Poultry Highway 230 Bypass and Roseville Road Association and the "Lancaster Poultry Ex- _. _-(Lancaster .Farming Staff-Photon

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Broilers Off, Thursday Top Paid Is 22.5 Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Rohrerstown) (Sales Report - Sale #114, 'Thursday, Jan. 5, 1956) — Prices declined Thursday at the Lancaster Poultry Autetion with an average of 21-81 cents on 127,030 birds offered_. Fifty lots of 137,380 birds were listed, 49 lots of 134,880 offered_^ and 44 lots of 128,905 sold. Broiler offerings _included 127,030 birds in 42 lots, ranging from 19% cents to 22%, averaging 21-81. One lot of 1800 Leghorn fowl sold at IT/*, and 75 Broad Breasted 'Bronze turkeys sold at 35M. Twenty-two buyers were on _ifaand and the 22% tap was paid _Ibj John Thomas, R6 Lancaster, for 450 White Mountains, 11 weeks, two "days old, consigned by John B. Seagrist, "Bird-In-Hand Other sales iby seller and .grower, amount and breed, age by week and days, " buyer and price, were: J. Harold Eby, 1500 Meatpackers. 9-6, to Walter C. Mellinger, 21; _Shanaman, Inc. (Wm-Lewis), 3000 Wh ' ite Cross, 10-3, to Harry H. Weaver, Jr., 20%; Shan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Hogs Lower in Week; Top $13, Few at $13.25 LANCASTER WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY REVIEW By _, David S. Lorenson, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau '(Wednesday to Wednesday Review)-—Cattle: 3000 week ago 2361 _Compared with last Wednesday slaughter steers 1200 Jibs (and lighter slow, mostly steady-(Demand narrow for weights 1250 lbs and over, very slow, mostly '50c lower, poor -clearance Heifers moderately active, about steady, cows and (bulls mostly -steady. Stackers and feeders slow, fully steady to strong. Around 40 jper cent of the supply stoekers _artd feeders and 12 _oer «ent cows. Bulk dboice fed steers 975-1250 fllbs $11950-21.50, several loads high choice and prime 1094-1336 ljbs $22 00-22 50, part _doad 1098-1b prime steers $23 00, load 1200 lbs prune $23.25 Seyeral loads good „ and choice 1087-1325-lb teers $18 00-20 00 Most good steers 1150 lbs and lighter $17-50-13.50 iSntne 'ctmmerciial $15.00-VJ GO Good and choice heifers $16 00-20 00, part load 1020 lbs ih.©h &l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Soil-Bank Plan Cuts Croplands 12 pc on Surplus WASHINGTON— A nine-point program that includes a billion_, dollar soil-bank plan reducing croplands about 12 per cent until (farm surpluses are absorbed and farm prices advance again, has been presented_^to President _Eisenhower by Secretary of Agr t - culture Ezra Taft Benson. Briefly, the nine points _~are- 1, soil bank to reduce present surpluses, prevent future surpluses; 2, expansion of surplus disposal, into Iron Curtain countries if necessary; 3, strengthened commodity programs; 4, dollar limits on price supports, 5, rural development program; 6, greater aid to drouth-plagued Great Plains states; 7, 25 per cent increase in funds for research on new crops, new uses and markets; 8, agricultural credit program, and 9, exempting farmers from 2-cent_*per-gallon federal gasoline tax for fuel used in farming operations The President asserted there is need for maximum speed to alter an economic situation m which farmers find their ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Attendance at Farm Show Up; Attendance at the Pennsylvania Farm Show turned upward a't midweek, following Monday's storm which iced up highways all over the southern end of the state. Monday struck post-Wai low of 60,000 Tuesday attendance increased to 110,000 and prospects were expected 'to equal Wednesday through the balance of the show's run. Lancaster County farmers continued their Winning streaks, with 372 ribbon and premium awards in the first two days. Wednesday Irl A. Daffln's Warwick Farms alt Lititz scored grand championship m Shorthorn females on the heifer "Warwick's Princess." Re _Serve senior bhampion female was another Lititz neighbor, Leon B- _Risser's Clayhills Crocus. Monday's storm almost paralyzed Lancaster County, and travel was/ treacherous in all sections of the County, yelt that storm, and rains through Wednesday gave almost a quarter inch of badly needed moisture here. EGGS _Philadelphia Jan 11—Marfeet steady. Demand improved. Supplies of all grades we_^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Used Tractor Specials Farmall F-20, $189.00 Farmall "M" W-C Ailis _' Chalmers (Crank) $245.00 "C" Allis Chalmers withHyd. John Deere "B" with Cult. John Deere "A" UsedN. H. 75 and 11 Balers M assey-Har r is|Hammer mill New Holland Forage Harvester Dearborn Forage Harvester A-C All Crop Harvester Case 5' Cut Combine Meyer Hay Crusher with Mower Don't Forget to get that Baler, Tractor or Implement Checked or Overhauled NOW. Take advantage -' of our SPECIAL WINTER DISCOUNT. L. H. BRUBAKER 350 STRASBURG PIKE Ph. Lane. 3-7607 Strasburg 0Y72305 Lititiz 6-7766

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