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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Fog and Chill Mark Weather In Past Week Highlighting #us week's Lancaster County_^ weather was a chill and fog that settled down 'Monday night, bringing 03 of an inch of precipitation at Eptoata Higher temperatures fourned away the fog but the mercury offered indecision on topcoats or 'Shirtsleeves Numerous mishaps were reported on highways, and (heavy frost greeted many an early riser the past few days. But wimter is due soon, and iifoe county can expect continued dower temperature®. Bernard N. White, wihio is opening a new Weather Bueau office in Lancaster, advises Lancaster Farming that he expects to be m operation within the next two weeks, offering iboth reports of past weather and _forecasits for Lancaster and vicinity, five-day out-look, forecasts for Haims'- burg and 'the lower Susquehanna Valley. Mr White will correlate reports from several of the observer stations throughout the county.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Long Weekends Few Next Year * 1 "Long Weekends" will be few and far between in 1956, says Baer's Agricultural Almanac, now being distributed for its 131st year from Lancaster, Pa. Memorial Day and July 1, which this year fell on Monday, will arrive smack dab in the middle of the week, on Wednesday, in 1956 Labor _Dey, " which is always on a Monday will fall on Sept. 3, bringing summer's last big outdoor holiday earlier than usual. But there will be a tew com-, pensations. Lincoln's birthday is on a Sunday, which will give a legal holiday on Monday to some lucky folks. And since Christmas and New Year's Day each are on Tuesday, some employers may see fit to allow a four-day vacation periods starting the preceding Saturdays.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Autumn in Lancaster Farming Later afternoon shadows - tall , now tenanted by Eugene Ebersole. great (Photo by Grant Heilman, aci oss the pale fence on the John Scenes as these show why Lan- LitrUJ. Stauffer farm, RS Ehzabethtown J caster County is agriculturally

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

28,000 That's the number of Lancaster County rural boxholders and their families plus many m boroughs-village cities receiving tbi-s issue of LANCASTER _FARMING with .. full, complete farm news. For a limited time only, charter _subscriptions to LANCASTER FARMING are being accepted - $1.00 for one j ear. Mail your dollar now to LANCASTER FARMING Quarryville, Fa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Market News LANCASTER LIVESTOCK MARKET By David S. _Lorenson, Reportei USDA Market News Bureau LANCASTER — (Wednesday to Wednesday Review) — CAT TLE: Three da-ss 5,316 week ago 47,770. Compared with last Wednesday _Slaughter steers average choice and piune 1200 lbs and lighter steady to weak, weights over 1,200 Ids and good and low choice shortfeds mostly 50c lower, some sales weighty steers 1,400 lbs and over off as much as $1.00. Heifers _scarce, steady to weak, cows mostly 50c _^ ower, bulls weak to 50c lower, most decline on cutter and utility Stockers and feeders weak to 25c lower, some sales 50c off on weights 800 lbs and over Bulk choice and prime steers 975 to 1200 lbs $21.25 to $23 25, load 1,190 lb prime steers early $23.75, a ftw _. calf club yearlings to $24.00. A few lots and loads mostly Prime 1,400 to 1,500-Ib steers $2100 to $21.65. Good steers largely $18.25 to $20 00. A few commerc _i al and good grass steers 1,000 to 1,100 lbs $17.25 tc $18.50 Small lots g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

NFO Sends Second Appeal for Floor Under Hog Prices CORNING, Iowa — Member! of the regional board ot direc tors of the recently organ»zec National Farmers _Organizatior (NFO) sent the following ' telegram to Presidential Assistani Sherman Adams' "In view of the president's con ference with the secretary ot ag riculture Saturday and in view ol the apparent lack ot leadership u the department ot agriculture in this crisis in the great tarm states, where constantly declining pried! of farm products and continued increasing prices of _manufacture ed goods, we firmly believe the president should place the facts before Mr. Benson, for immediate action, to put a floor under hogs and cattle of 90 per cent ot parity, which he has tne power to do. "Action should be taken be* cause the purchasing power or the farmer is being rapidly depleted. "Harry W Grundtnan, _"presldent, National Farmers Organization ' The recently formed N. F. O., backed in Iowa by such men as former Republican Gov. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Fertilizer Official Loses Sight of Eye In Plant Mishap John C. Hoftman, superintendent of Lancaster Bone Fertilizer plant; Quarryville_, was convalescing at his home today following an accident last week which resulted m the loss of sight in his left eye. Hoffman was released from the Lancaster General Hospital Sunday where he had been a patient since Wednesday. Hoffman was injured Tuesday, Oct. _zo, wniie repairing a sprayer on a mixer " at the plant. A p_*eee of steel from the _machinery flew off and lodged m his eye. He was treated immediately by Dr. Robert Helm, Quarryville, and although temporarily blinded, did not appear to lequire additional medical work. However, the following day when the injury became irritated he again consulted Dr. Helm and was sent immediately to the hospital.. Examination by Dr. Paul Ripple, Lancaster eye specialist, disclosed the piece of metal still in the eye, and Dr. Ripple performed surgery to remove the object last Thursday. Whether- Hoff...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Outlook for Beef Cattle CHICAGO — Cattle feeder*_, can look foiwaid to "more ol the same" _durint? the the 1955-56 feeding y*ar say, National .Live Stock Producer_, analysis which indicates the _I9&b This outlock ie based on an calf ciop and the number ot cattle on feed will be about tne same as last year. No significant changes in price levels are expected and price margins between feeder cattle will again be low. Returns irom beet cow herds aie expected to remain at relatively low levels. Lower feed costs will reduce the cost of putting gams on cat¬ tle in feedlots but profits will be low Feed prices have dropped sufficiently to rest_^e the situation which existed in the early 1950s. Gams can be put on cattle below the level of eventual selling price making favonble price margins unnecessary, •Uthough desirable It also puts the feeder ot light cattle in a- somewhat stronger position because of lower gain costs Wider grade price dillerentials aie expected than in mo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

LANCASTER POULTRY EXCHANGE ROHRE11STOWN, Pa. — (Sales report,'bile No 93, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1955) — A total of 12,800 birds _,n five lots _aold in the Tuesday auction here, with the bulk 22_Vi cents to 23, mostly 22)' _«. One thousand, head oi Ked Vantress consigned by Grubb E Breneman (C. Roy _Bixler), 11 weeks, sold to Rov E Ream at 23 cents. Three thousand White .Cornish Cross consigned by Norman W. Newcomer, II weeks, sold to Walter C Mellmger, at 22/.. John L Landu> consigned 4,500 Indian River _crosses, 9 weeks, 4 days, to Harry H Weaver, Jr., a1 22?!. Theodoie Manbeck's 5,000 Meat Packers, 10 weeks, 4 days, went unsold, wnh a bid of 21 'i C_' arence Hibb.s withdrew 1,000 New Hampshircs ¦ prior to sale. Miller & Bushong (Abra'm N. Miller), consigned 2,900 Red Vantress, 9 weeks, 4 days, that sold to Mr Mellinger .at 22 A. David S_» Hoover consigned 2,000 Indian River crosses, 10 weeks, 6 days, that were withdrawn. Luke S. Horst _consigned 1,400 Red Vantiess, 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

PROCESSED POULTRY PHILADELPHIA Nov. 9 — Processed poultry — (ice packed) young chickens firm Prices advanced 3c on sizes 4 & under and 2c on sizes 4'<i & up. Supplies were lighter and closely held and buying resistance developed at the advance. Hens, steady Demand good. Supplies were about adequate. Receipts Nov. 8 included other than turkeys Md. 80,080, Del. 86,-000, Va 10,500 Wholesale selling prices, (grade qual including sizeable lots to butchers) Cents per lb: Broilers or livers, l'i 27-30, 2 27-30, 2_Vi 27-30, 3 26Vi-29 Roasters, 3\ 27-29, 4 27-29, 4% 27-30, 2_% 27-30. 3 26_^-29 Hens, 6Vt-l heavy type 24-26, 4%-6, heavy type 25-27, 4 & over, light type 21-22, under % light type 18-20 Ducklings 30 33

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Feeder Calf Sale $43 Top Scored in (Continued from page one) and more important in Pennsyivrnia," Mr Km_^ continued, "and in 30 years the numbers ot beel cattle have risen enormously, in fact, they hav perhaps tripled themselves in the last 20 years or so" Representatives were on hand also from the office of the State Secretary ot Agriculture There was an air ot the west in"the show and sale, when mention was made that many of the individuals came to Pennsylvania from the ranches and ranges, from the Sandhills and Corn Beit.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

First Edition Is Gratifying Hut Lancaster Farming JNo Easy Job Putting the first issue of LANCASTER FARMING together — " putting it to-bed," as the newspaper profession affectionately calls the process — meant long days, sleepless nights for the publisher and his staff. Several months ago, the idea Originated. Names were tossed around. What should it be called? Since Lan ' castsi County is one of the richest agriculturally, what jnore logical name could there be than LANCASTER FARMING. _, Ideas Offered, Weighed That was months ago Publication dates wore discussed. Prospects were queried. itie lirst type was set. Suddenly, a newspaper was born. No, it wasn't suddenly. There was the case of the cantakerous Crucible 'on a complicated' composing machine that threw a ' wrench in the works the final few days. Hair grayed a bit Hours of conferences on the _Original idea, headed by Wallace 'Abel, business manager, were 1 necessary There was to _oe a _tarnr paper. It was' to be separat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

To Open Vaccinat Rabies- Cases Increase, Oxtord Chester County today is leading the state in numbeis ot rabies cases, and do_^b, foxes and farm animals are receiving close secrutiny. A meeting of the Oxtord Parent-Teachei s association urged quick state and local action to curb the menace. Already two persons have been bitten by rabid animals in Chester county 'I he outbreak, accoidmg to Dr Raymond Fagan, of the New Bolton Research Center, began in northern Chester county and in July moved to the south and southwest portions. Not Yet Epidemic It has not yet reached epidemic proportions, but could easily More than 100 cases of rabies have been reported in the county this year. William Campbell, P-TA president, named a committee to on Campaign call on local officials and order vaccination of all dogs in the community. Four petitions were presented and when completed will be taken to Gov Leadei m ' _Hamsbuig. asking him, the health depaitment and the Game Commission ior state...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Funds Needed To Send Team Into Chicago A committee of five is woiking in Lancaster County to raise funds to defray expenses ot sending two 4-H demonstration teams to the National Four-H Club Congress in Chicago this fall. Included aie the state champion 4-H Livestock Demonstration team, Walter Augsburger, Kl Reinholds and Wayne Miller, Rl Mount Joy, and the 4-H vegetable Preparation Toam, whose members are Miss Audrey Musser Rl Mount Joy, and Miss Arlene Heisey, Florin Howard L Feather, president of the Lancaster County Agncultuial Council heads the committee Others named were Mis Milton Ebeily of Elizabethtowa, outgoing Farm Women's Society president, Miss Ruth Kimble, extension home economist, 'A. B. Bucher of the Lancaster County National Bank, and Elam M ' Bomberger of the Mount Joy First National Bank Dates for the Congress are Nov. 27 to Dec 2, bi-t there are no funds available on a state level for transportation. All wishing to make contributions are urged to contact an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

_f~ _Volume 1 Number 1 Lancaster Farming's staft here months ' planning,' the first issue director; Ernie Neill, editor, and looks over the lesults ot several to roll off the press From lett to Wally Abel, business manager. light, Bob Campbell, advertising

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

N. G. Hershey & Son Oliver-Ferguson _GfflC Trucks - • PH. 52271 Farm Equipment Parts and Service MANHEIM

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