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

Altman's Super-A Feeds are timed tested, scientifically balanced, vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in three modern plants. Compare our prices. Super A Dog'Meal 25 lb 2.05 Rabbit Pellets . 4.75 B Starter Meg . 4.25 Broiler Ration . . 4.70 Grower Crumbles 4 25 Blue Bird All Mash Egg 3 65 20% Quality Egg Pellets 4.10 STORE HOURS : Mon. Thru 24%, Yeast Egg Mash . 435 Horse Feed . . . 3.60 20% Hog Feed . . 4.00 16% Blue Bird Dairy . 2-65 20% Blue Bird Dairy 2-85 Enriched Fitting Ration 3.30 Fine Chick Feed . .4 70 Fri. 8 to 5.30 Sat. P « to 5 Special discount on all chick orders thru January ALTMAN'S CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H. WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Ave. Phone Lane. 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more

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

FOR SALE SCHRAMM 60-lb Air Compressor With Blade and Winch, also includ ing _breaker, Rock Drill, Hose and various other air tools. A. S. WINGER Gordonville, Pa -

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

LOANS For any'Farm Purpose Made-the _farmer's Way _LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS'N 39 E. _Cheitnut St. Lancaster, Pa. Ph. Lane. 3-3921 ,

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

ff&msytemihFarmShow Awards _^ County Tobacco (Cops 92 of 94 (Conltimu'ed from _ipage one) rata; 4, Frank Frederick, R2 Denver. POULTRY: Gold medal for best exhibit of chicks in the Show to Hubbard Farms, Lancaster, Lancaster County, and _§iiver medal for best individual . «xhibit:' Pullorum Clean Section — Hubbard Farms. DRESSED TURKEYS Gold medal for champion turkey carcass in the 1956 Farm Show went to Harry Lamparter, _Mountville, Lancaster County. Silver medal tfor * Reserve Champion carcass was also won by Lamparter. The gold medal for the best display of dressed turkeys also was won by Lamparter. HOME ECONOMICS AWARDS Home Improvement Open Class Class 86b, floor rug —- 1, Ruth M Brenner, Manheim; class 86c, Floor rug sweepstakes, Ruth MBrenner; class 87b, Floor rug — wool , 4, Mrs. William S. Longenecker, Mount Joy; 5, Mrs. Walter G- Hawthorne, Bambridge; Class 90, Floor rug, cotton, 2, Mrs. Allen B- Shearer, Manheim; Class 91a, caned or rush seated chairs or...

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

Growers of Vegetables Meet Jan. 18 (Problems of the _vegetable grower will be- discussed m an alldaiy meeting Wednesday Jam. 18 at dine _Goiernseiy (Breeders Sales Pavilion on Lincoln Highway (Route 30) five mite east of Lanicasteir at the Strasburg Pike cros'sroaidi. Amos H- Funk. (HI, MMersviUe, _iwtrti presadie at this parley of the ILaraealster County _Vegetable Growers, and Rev. _Joseph Ball, R2 Litatz, will 'give the invocation Sessions _otien at 9:30 ajm. "Farm Safety" Film "Farm 'Safety," a sound and color motion picture, will «how precautions to use in handling equipment around the home and on iflhe farm. At 10 am, Dr. _Kirfby, 'extension plant da_*sease specialist from the Pennsylvania State Unajversaty will _discuss. "Inorea_*- m<_mg net profits- fiy; controHing _vegetable diseases as arothracnose on tomatoes and beans, grey leaf Spot, early and late blight on tomatoes, root rot and _miosnac on ¦peas and; beans, downy mildew ¦on beans and pumpkins and _lleaf ...

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

FFA Officers at Harrisburg Show Honor Parents HARRISBURG — State officers of the Future Farmers of America honored their parents Wednesday during, the mid-wint er FFA State meeting at the Farm- Show. Irt ceremonies during the farmboy ergamzatron's convention m the Forum of the Education _^Building, the seven FFA State officers will confer the degree of "Honorary Keystone Farmer" upon their fathers and will present to their mothers hand-engrossed certificates as a token of appreciation _ffor "the encouragement, cooperation, and assistance given her son, which contributed to his outstanding achievements m the Future Farmers of America." Receiving these honors are Mr. and Mrs. H- Leroy Welk, Strasburg, RD 1, whose son, Robert, is FFA Stat<» president; Mr. and Mrs- Victor Cappuccui, Mehoopany, R Dl, whose son, Victor, is State vice president; Mr. and Mi's Harold M. Herr, Gettysburg, RD 5, whose son, Richard, is State secretary; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Gregg, Grove City, RD ...

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

_Tuesday S&fe Of Broilers Scores 20.75 (Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Ro'hrerstown, Pa—Sales Report. ISale #115, Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1955)—Engnt lots totalling 13,250 birds sold in auction ihere Tuesiday at ipri_'ces ranging from 20% to 21% on 8350, and 21% on one Hot, 4900 caipettes. Eleven lots, a total 18,150 birds, were listed, ten lots df 116,25a sold. For the corresponding sale a year ago" , Tuesday, Jan. 11,1955, ten lots of 34,-800 birds were offered and sold m a range of 26 to 27%. Sates Tuesday Iby seller and grower 'amount and breed, _^age by weeks and days, buyer, and price follow Bber Hess, 3200 White Vantress, 13 wks, to Victor J. Koser, 20%; J. J Hess II (Herbert Gilgore) 1900 White Rooks, 9-2 withdrawn prior to sale; MiMer & Busti'ong (John J. Lehman), two lots, lot one 1100 White Vantress Leghorns, 10 wtks, to Ray W Gabble, 21%, and lot two 1050 White Vantress Leghorns, 10 wks, no sale, 22 bids; Miller & Busfaong (Isaac N. Miller) 4900 Red Va...

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

Authorized _dealer FOR Massey Harris. Ferguson New Holland Briilion Terramatic Barn Cleaners and Othei Lines. CHECK OUR BUYS IN USED _EQUIPMENT Serving Chester County and _Southern Lancaster County Over 16 Years Now Is The Time To Have That Baler, Tractor or Com bine Reconditioned by Factory Trained Personnel GENUINE REPAIR PARTS & SERVICE S. G. LEWIS & SON West Grove, Pa. Phone West Grove 2214 Or Kirkwood 32R4 For Your Local Representive

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

7 BIG EXTRAS Make The Difference FARM BUREAU "Energized" STARTING & GROWING MASH (Pellets, too) Skyrockets Chicks to Early Production It's energized with stabilized animal fat and fortified, with Vitamin B-12 and antibiotics for greater livability, speedier growth and high feed efficiency. Farm Bureau Starting & Growing Mash completely supplies every growth requirement plus furnishing EXTRAS thait build 'em into top egg producers later. Extras * in Every Bag! 47% Extra Calcium 62% Extra Riboflavin " 152% Extra 'Vitamin "D" Vitamin "A" Chicks Get These 7 Big 9% Extra Protein V \2% Extra Manganese 43% Extra Phosphorus 200% Extra Save Time — Labor — Dollars with Bulk Delivery Place Your Order Today Lancaster County FARM BUREAU Cooperative Association Dillerville Road — New Holland — Quarryville Manheim Branches In excess of National Research Council Recommendation

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

Parts and Service Headquarters for OLIVER—FERGUSON Farm Equipment CMC Trucks See The Hershey Trans planter For Your Spring _Planting N. G, Hershey and Son MANHEIM. PA

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

BELMONT 97 Per Cent Pure _Agricultural Limestone SOIL TESTING SERVICE CALL _DAYID B. JOHNS Overland 7-3301 W enger & Sensenig Co Phone Gap 45R21 _JtD 1, Paradise, Ta

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

24-Hour Service on— 1956 Drivers'Licenses EDWARD G. WILSON Notary Public 16 S. 1 ime St. Lancaster. Pa

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

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

OUTLOOK FOR 1956 What's ahead for 1956 farm-wise? Here are a few quotations from the Corn Belt Farm Dailies which indicate the way things may turn this year: "This year will see meat production in the United States rise to a new all-time peak, even above the 27 billion pounds produced in 1955. Yet, in the opinion of many leaders in the industry, the nation's meat buying power will not be subjected to the severe test of the past year, because there will be less meat available per person than in 1955. "Prognosticators searching into the future, a cloudy view at best, see cattlemen getting a little better return for their efforts than in 1955, and a better price for hogs in most of 1956 than was the case much of the past fall atfd this winter. Sheepmen will do better on less volume, they believe." Here is a summary of some of the other factors in the Corn Belt Farm Dailies' outlook: ; "Poultry was a heavy competitor of meat most of the year, and is expected to continue to vie for con...

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

How to Repent Lesson for January 15, 1956 /~>NCE upon a time, so the story _^•^ goes, there was a young "man who had just come to a church as their preacher. He was "" barely out of the seminaty, and his notebooks and his head were well filled. -He started out one Sunday morning with a sermon on Kepentance. He analyzed the mean¬ ing of the word, through Scripture, it theologically and psychologically,—in _short, he laid down the Doctrine of Repentance, as he had been taught it. When he sat down, an old minister in the congregation got to his feet and up to the pulpit he traced it he examined Dr- Foreman as fast as he could make it. "Young man," h« said, "you quit just before you got to the point. You _tofci these people what repentance is: now stand up there and tell 'em to repent!" Substitutes for Rtptntanc* So, nothing in this column should be taken to mean that knowing what repentance is, can be • _ substitute for repenting. Knowing what fishing is "Is not fishin...

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

This Week on Lancaster Farms Jayeees Seeking Outstanding Farmer Nominees (This Week In 1905) By JACK REICHARD During the second week oi January 1906, Mennomtes of West Donegal/ Township gathered to select a minister to take the'place of the late Bishop Martin Rutt. There were five nominees and the choice was made by-lot. Can* didates included Martin E- Rutt, Christian Heistand, John L- Garber, Jacob Grove and Simon E. Garber. Bishop Jacob N. Brubafcer presided at the service, attended by seven other bishops and a large number .of ministers and members of the denomination. Simon E-- Garber, a prominent West Donegal Township farmer, was chosen newly-elected minister. Writers were poking fun _atia Kentucky farm ~~ wife who suggested all eggs laid on Sundays be devoted to foreign missions. And it was only after a heated debate that the local Women's Missionary Society agreed to -the idea. But 50 years ago this week Mrs Nannie C. Helm, wife of the pastor of Bethel Cumberland Pr...

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

25 Years Ago An announcement of state-wide interest, 25 years ago this week was the appointment of John A. McSparran, _Furniss, in lower Lancaster Connty, as State Secretary of Agriculture, by 'Governor Pinchot. Prior to the appointment, Mr. McSparran was Master of the State " Grange. ' During this same week, in 1931, Harvey Ferguson, 17, of Kifkwood, was awarded first prize of $20 in gold in the annual corn contest conducted by the Garden Spot Corn Club. Over 100 boys and girls each submitted 10 ears of corn in competition for the 10 cash prizes. Awarding of prizes, at Hotel Brunswidk, was in charge of James Shand, president of the Lancaster Chamber of Commerce. Judges were E. J. Walters and James Keim, both of State College. The State College was conducting a corn growing contest of their own. According to L- T. _Denniston, plant pathology extension specialist at the College, more than one-third of t _" he 1930 Keystone 400-Bushel Club members were Northhampton County pota...

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

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

farm Calendar JANUARY Jan. 9-2W Jce Cream for Plan* Men Short Course. Pennsylvania U. Jan. 14 - Farm Women's Society 18 guests of Society 7, Paradise Elementary School. Jan. 16 — New Holland Farmers Day Association, Inc. annual banquet, election of officers, 6:30 p m American Legion Home-Jan 17 -_*- Second Annual Poultry Exchange Meeting, 7:30'p. m., Elementary School, Rohrerstown Jan 17 — Potato Growers' meeting " , Farm Bureau Auditorium, Lancaster, 7-30 p. iff Jan. 18 — Society of Farm Women 20, sewing for American Cancer Society, home of- Mrs Thomas Ferguson, Kirkwood. Jan. 18 — Farm Income Tax Reportmg-Social Security Tax Coverage for Faimers, 7 45 1 p m. Russellville Grange Hall, 4 mi north of Oxford Jan. 20 - New Holland 4-H Baby Beef Council Meeting, James Wolgemuth home, Rl Bareville. Jan. 21 - Farm Women's Society 2 meeting, Rosetown Restaurant, Manheim. Jan. 21 - Lancaster County Pomona Grange No. 71, all-day meeting, YWCA, Lancaster, 10:30 a. m-Jan. 23-27 - Rural...

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