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

Farm- Society: 20 Plans Sewing Day For Cancer Unit Society of Farm Women 20 will hold an all-day sewing session for the American Cancer Society, Wednesday, Jan. 18, at the home of Mrs. Joseph Best, RD Kirkwood- Members are to bring a covered dish for the luncheon. Members of the society met Thursday last week at the home of Mrs. Thomas Ferguson, Kirkwood. Two delegates to the State Convention were named, Mrs. Jack 'FeTguson and Mrs. Marshall Rintz. Assisting Mrs Best were Mrs. Glen Knecht and Mrs. _Wiljjare Gross- Mrs Park Reinhart, presi¬ dent, was in charge. Mrs. Josaph Lesley reviewed the book, "Apple in the Attic," by Mildred Gordon. On Feb. 2, Thursday, the group will meet at the home of Mrs-Best. Co-host_^sses will be" Mrs. Blim ess Hand Shu ._Jto" ~ _SiFas Rice-

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

.WHAT'S NEWS? Give LANCASTER FARMING a call ¦ or drop us a letter - if you have farming news to report, a sale coming up, if you schedule a coming event. Our columns are for you. Please sign all items. _LBF 1 Phone: Quarryville 378 ¦ I Lancaster 4-3047 wwont Quarryville, Pa.

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

Used Freezers Used Refrigerators D. L. DIEM & SONS PHONE 6-2131 LITITZ, PA

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

FFA Honors 2 From County At Farm Show Two Lancaster 'County educators were among 43 I aimers, sail (conservationists, (businessmen, (newspapermen, _iradao reporters lanid schoolmen named "Honorary Keystone _Farmers." with degrees _presented Wednesday_^ at ttie Future Faraners of American statewide iconvention an Hairrasfciung Honored from Lancaster County were Dr D. L _Biamesderfer, president, MiHersville State Teaidhers College, and George Myers, Laiwpeter - _Steusfaurg Union High Sdhool vocational agriculture in&tnrctor. 'PresM'inig over the session was State President Rdbert WeJk, Promoting, Aiding Education Degrees were presented in appreciation of outstanding activity tin promoting agriculture iand sid¬ ling algritoultural education. The degrees were conferred Wednes day dtaring tbe _JTFA's Statewide meeting (here " according to H. C. Fetterolf, State iF/FA adviser and chief of lafgriculturai education in the Department of Public Instruction, iwtoo certified! th...

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

It's The Law "It's the Law" with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with Che Pennsylvania Bar Associatiotb General interest questions are welcomed, and will be answered as soon as possible. Letters mast be signed. Answers will not be published on a specfled_, requested day. Questions cannot be answered by mail, and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest. Address *fl inquiries to "It_'s the Law," LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville_. Pa. Q. In March of 1954 I had an aluminum storm door installed. The entire thing was guaranteed for five years and I have a signed contract from the contractor. The door has never been satisfactory The man finally came to look at the door and did something to the doorknob and lock and told me I needed a whole new unit, he promised to come back the following week This was six months ago and I have not heard from him since He kept the key chain which had a 'key to our door, in additio...

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

Tobaeco Growers Approve Marketing Quotas; Renn&ylva»ian& Vote "No" WASHINGTON, (USDA) — Growergof Burley, Virginia sun-cured, and Maryland tobaccos approved marketing quotas for their 1956, 1957, and 1958 tobacco crops in referenda Dec. 29, according to preliminary results received by the Us S. Department of Agriculture. Gr&wers of Pennsylvania cigar-filler tobacco disapproved marketing, _quotas in a referendum on the same date* Approval by at least two-thir_,ds of the growers voting is required before marketing quotas can be placed in effect. * The vote by Pennsylvania cigar-flller tobacco growers marked the third successive year since 1952 in which fliey-have voted disapproval of quotas. Therefore, as provided by law, there will not be another referendum on this Kind of tobacco for a 3-year period, regardless of the supply situation, unless at least 25 per cent of the growers petition the,Secretary of Agriculture to hold a referendum. In the prelimina...

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

Keystone Turkey Brings $784 in National Show CHICAGO — Fred Jaindl's 15-lb, 11 oz tuijkey, champion in the National Turkey Federation Convention dressed turkey show, sold for $50 per pound, to bring the Allentown_, Pa., breeder a total of $784. Buyer' of the broadbrested bronze was Dr- John G- Salsbury of Charles City, Iowa. Five thousand breeders from all over the nation convened at Hotel Conrad Hilton, in the eighth convention of the $350-million industry last week. More than 200 frozen and dressed turkeys were entered in competition. ' Last year's top price was $45 a pound or $1,068 for the 23-lb, ' 12-oz entry of Mr. Jaindl. In 1953 the junior division champion set a record of $95 per pound. High Pentagon officials believe that the Defense Department budget for fiscal 1957 will exceed by_« $50 million the. economy goal of Defense Secretary Wilson.

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

this cut um V down size* _r*^s McCULLOCH Model 47 CHAIN SAW Makes any woodcutting job easier and faster. If s a one-man saw for professional logging, pulp cutting, tree stfrgery; for farm and ranch jobs like construction and clearing land. Model 47 is light weight, operates full power in any position. Six models, gasoline powered, with blades 14" to 36". /* _Sffjiv Conie in and see , try I 1 ill i jj j_» it, buy it. It'll save | 'iffijl? timt_, make you money. _NSfflljjpjy MACT Saw and Knife _lfl_/iO 1 Service 605 Marietta Ave. Lancaster Ph. 24291 *

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

O&D Shavings_% » Phone: MANHEIM excellent _fi OQflEi for you... . U_%OUO Prompt Delivery Service! .... for-clean, dry houses fertilizer, and real savings A Ton of SHAVINGS goes twice as far. . O&D Sawdust Co M ™ MANHEIM, PA .

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

FURNACE OIL By a,ing TEXACO FURNACE OIL you on always Count On A Warm Home N CALL US FOR QUICK SERVICE Garber Oil Company MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 PENNA

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

OCTORARO SWISS CHEESE CO-OP Manufactures of SWISS CHEESE AND BUTTER Wholesale and Retail Under new management Phone Christiana 22R3

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

A. H. BURKHOLDER JOHN D. GRAHAM TELEPHONE 175 TELEPHONE S7O.R4 BURKHOLDER 8c GRAHAM ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 OUARRYVILLE. PA

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

West Willow Farmers Association Custom Grinding and Mixing W-W-F Poultry Feeds Ultra-Lifed Formulas West Willow, Pa. Phone Lancaster 45019

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

Renaat DeRycke, Belgian Incubator Manufacturer, Makes Tour of County By ERNEST J. NEILL Broilers In Belgium are priced on the percentage of American blood they carry, a Lancaster County visitor, Renaat DeRycke told a small group of poultry businessmen taking him on a tour of the county Thursday last week. Hence the "all-American" bird is worth far more market-wise than the quarter, half or threequarter cross on markets of Belgium. There are some pure lines in Belgian poultry, but the preference today is for the crosses, hybirds such as produced by Renaat and his family. Father' Disappeared in War _^ . There's quite a story behind the youthful businessman, now only 22, today an Iowa visitor and student in the practical poultry field. His father started the THOROUGHLY Co- in Belgium in 1920. During the war he disappeared, and the fate of the incubator manufacturing - broiler producing business fell upon five _brothers. One of the five, Renaat told on his visit to one of several ...

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

Voice of Lancaster Farms Even to Mississippi Canton, Miss. — Dear Ernie. Many thanks for sending Lancaster Farming. I would like to be a charter subscriber-so am enclosing my check. Thanks for the nice coverage you gave King Herefords at the Eastern National. I sold my good summer yearling to Rose jHill- Farm, Ceciltown, Md., owned by 'Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Cassatt. If you are ever in that vicinity-, stop by to see the bull My best wishes tto you and Lancaster Farming for a happy and successful-1956-—'King Berefords, G. H King, 'Jr. Likes Household Hints Bareville — I find Lancaster Farming interesting for the many recipes and household hints. We have tried some of the recipes that were nr Lancaster Farming and liked them. — A Reader. Keep It Coining Bird In Hand — Wish to have Lancaster Farming continue coming. I enjoy reading it. — Christian High. East Earl Reader East Earl. Pa Enclosed find $1.00 for which please send us Lancaster Farming for one year. Like the paper a...

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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

Lancaster County Sales Dates Claimed Jan. 13 — Clyde McSparran_, mi. south of Hensel, road Goshen to _Fairfield (off Rt 72), cows, _shoats, farming implements and household goods, 12 o'clock. -Jan. 14 — Mrs. Celia Smedley, Summit Ave., Quarryville, household goods including antiques, 12:30 p- m. Jan. 14 — Harry. M Sensenig 'Estate Manor Twp _^ (mile east of Washington Boro, on road from 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 — R ' t 322), livestock, farming implements, household goods, 12:30 p. m. Jan. 14 — Fanny Y Renninger Estate, 301 E Mam St, New Holland, 2 tracts real estate with improvements, 2 p. m. Jan. 18 — Aaron F Stoltzfus, east end of Honey Brook at Stoltzfus' Locker, household goods, 12:30 p. m Jan. 18 — Nora L Brower, Churchtown, real estate and per¬ sonal property, 12.30 p m Jan. 18 — George T.Ray, mile south of Smyrna (road from Smyrna ...

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

Hastings Wins Chester White Gilt as Award _Riclard _t_<-Has$i/igs, a senior at Southern Lancaster County Joint Community High school, has been awarded a purebred Chester White gilt by the Ea. tional association for his record state association for his record past four years . Mr. Hastings, who this week t-eceived the Keystone Degree of the Future Farmers of America at the 1956 Pennsylvania Farm Show, was , selected from Keystone degree applicants who had Chester Whites as a major project. Records in Other Fields , His instructor, Jack Owen at Solanco, reports that Mr. Hastings has set records not only in Chester Whites, but in other fields as well. The senior, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hastings, Rl Kirkwood. started as a freshman with one sow. In his sophomore year, the project was expanded to two sows, including the one awarded him as a freshman. During his third year of high school, Richard fattened off some hogs for market, continuing into his senior year with two sow...

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

Dog Owners Warned New License Due Dog owners are warned that under rules of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture licenses must be procured on or before Jan. 15 each year. Dogs becoming six months of age at any time must be licensed at once. Licenses may be procU ]*- ed- by making application to the County _Treasurer direct or through a notary public, justice of the peace, alderman or magistrate All licenses expire Jan. 15. -Applications for spayed female license - must be supported by owner's affidavit or certificate from a veterinarian. License tag must be affixed to a substantial collar and kept on dog at all times. License tag issued for one dog cannot be used on another. Responsible For Damage Owners are responsible for all damage caused by their dogs. The word "owner" when applied to proprietorship of a dog shall include every person having a right of property in such dog and every person who keeps or harbors such a dog or has it in his care, and e...

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

Peita-Vice President Of State Auctioneers Vice president of the Pennsylvania Auctioneers Assn. for the coming year will be Stanley H. Dieter, 1806 Willow Street Pike, elected last weekend at the annual convention in Harrisburg. Lee Pillsbury, Allentown, was named "president, and Woodrdw Roth, Emmaus, secretary-treasurer. The group went on record as endorsing pending legislation to provide control over comic books and discussed _measures being considered to regulate aucttioneers and provide for their licensing.

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