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

SALE PUBLIC February 41955 On premises in Salisbury Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa Midway between GAP and WHITE HORSE 1-4 Mile Off Route 897 3 TRACTORS. _™ v ' r "70" and John Deere "H" botJ cultivators, Farmall Cub, culti vator* arid fertilizer attachment. 1946 Ford Pickup Truck_/3-4 T. Full line of tractor equipment, dairy equipment; 30 T. hay, corn by T. Household goods, some antiques. Sale at 12 noon. GEORGE E. HOAR Walter Wanner. Auct G»D. R. D. 1. P» —Phone Gbd 6R41 Saturday, ,

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

MUSSER CROSSES FOR MORE PROFIT IF you want law cost, large bodied leghorn pullets, that will be ready to lay early next Fall—¦ THAT will lay large white eggs and give you substantial profit— direct from a (closed-flock locality, who crosses blood flock— THEN order your chicks breeder,) in your own lines within their own THUS furnishing you with the type of resistance best fitted to combat local health problems. ORDER— MUSSER LEGHORNS — For Eggs DONEGAL CROSSES — For Broilers DONEGAL LEGHORN CROSSES—For Meat & Eggs MUSSER LEGHORN FARMS

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

Cesspools, , Cleaned Septic Tanks, Cisterns, Etc - =¦ Mt. Joy Sanitary Cleaning Service J. HAROLD FORWOOD, Propr. R. D. 2, MANHEIM, PENNA. Phone: 3-9341 Mount Joy If No Answer, Call 3-9340

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

STANLEY H BETTER Auctioneer and Appraiser PH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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

¦ Classified . Advertising FAiRMS FOR' SALE BUCK _ _99 acres with 22 acre meadow and woodilland, 8jroom stone _Ihome i all conveniences, large stone and iframe barn, other buildings. Very jow price. STRASBORG _ __73 acres, 8 roam stone Ihome, barn and othler buildings. A real value at the new low price of only $17,000-LEO I. HAIN, INC. REALTORS S3 N Dufce St. Dial 7-8131 LANCASTER FOR SALE RESRATTUS WARFARIN ' bait (rough grind) 1 pound Ibox 0 98 5 pound: box 325 alt ivuor dealer or ' J. C. Etolich Co 736 E- Chestnut St. 'Lancaster, Pa 3-2489 3-0309 Free delivery anywhere in Lancaster County. J. C. EforlJeh Co 736 E- Chestnut St Lancaster, Pa _, Free delivery anywhere in Lancaster County. Ghostley's White Leghorns—Americas leading R. O P. stain for lailge white eggs and Dominant White Cornish-New Hampshire Cross broiler chicks for fancy Ibrool-ers. Noll's Poultry Farm, _Kleinfelteirsvillle_, Penna SALSRURY'S VACCINES REdu_'eed Neiwcastile and Bronchitis, Water _aipipiioatKHi _%c S...

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

Potato Growers Schedule Meet Tuesday Night Potato growers of Lancaster _Oounty, faced by many problems of production and marketing the past season, will get together and discuss some of itiheir problems and try to find a solution Tuesday night next week The .meeting, scheduled to start at 7:30 m the 'Farm Bureau Auditorium on the _DiOilersvfflle Road between the Old Harausburg Pike and Manlheim Pike, will include _dosicussiions by members of the Pennsylvania State University 'and others. "Soils and Soil Fertility" is th'e toipic to 'be discussed Iby James Eakin, extension aigron'O _misft_, Pennsylvania State University. J. O. Pepper, entomologist, Penn'syivaniia State, will tell of "Potato Insects and Their Control." Turning to anotther phase, Dr R. S. Kdrioy _ufant disease _HDecialist ctf Pennsylvania State University, (has as Ms topic "Potato iDiseases and Their Control." _Aototiher suibiect scheduled is "Potato Diversion Program," to be presented Iby a representative of the Pen...

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

Mail Box Market _EIGiHT WEEK OLD COON hounds -mixed with. Airedale mice _niiarkinlgs $1SjOO Dawson E. Beamesderfer BD1 Ephrata Pa _CTWO WOOL COMFORTERS, like new; three fakrtJk dresses, dn A-l shape, size 16%; three iplank-foottam chairs; Phone E' town 7-3076. /SUMPPIMP THE BEST HOtniart rustproof cellar drainer Used once $25-00. G. R- Drumm, ¦Denver, RD2. Phone: Denver 7-8477. BULL CALVES FROM HIGH producing Reg. _hoTsteins with records. . Everett Benjamin Rawlinsville. ©Utter 4-4125. $24 PYRAMIDS TO $425. Norfolk, Va. — Neglect cost Jack B. Cody $401 recently. _Oodiy neglected' to make 'his payments prowipltily on 17 parking tickets which would have cost him $24 in all. Some of them were more than five months old. The $24 pyramided to $425 when fines and court charges were added.

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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

S BONUS! u_*,, SUBSCRIBER Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming and receive FREE one advertisement V s each month in our Mail Box Market Subscribers using the MAIL BOX MARKET will be governed by the following rules : , Limit your advertisement to five line* which means not over 25 words. Ail Advertisemenfs most be iimur bauds by Monday 6 P.M or-same will be held over (or next week's paper. [ Only one advertisement allowed each month. No business advertisements accepted for this column, ' Yon are allowed to rnn the advertisement only- one time-Send is no duplication. Please mail all advertisements ore of MAIL BOX MARKET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYVILLE, 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

Poultry Center Ground Broken By LF Staff Reporter •Dr E I Robertson, _president ¦of the Lancaster County Poultry Association, will spearhead a 'drive to raise funds for construction *of the new Lancaster Poultry Center at the intersection of Highway 230 Bypass and Roselille Road near Lancastei Campaigns will be conducted on a township-by-township basis, w?_ith township chairmen to be appointed by the erfd of this week Size of "the project will be determined by the amount of funds t-aised- Both the Poultry Association and the Lancaster County Poultry Exchange are working _onS;he goal, hoping to have the new _glructuie complete by late spring or early summer. Levi H. Brubaker, president of the Exchange, estimated around $30,000 will be needed, and by Feb 1 it is expected some idea will be gained as to how much may be obtained and how it will be spent. Chill winds blew Saturdaj morning. The frozen ground was unyielding, but earth was liter ally broken for the proposed Lancaster...

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

The Ground Was Unyielding Here members of the Lancaster Poultry ter Poultry Center northwest of "Lancaster. Exchange and the Lancaster Poultry As- Brief ceremonies" Saturday morning launchsociation man the shovels digging into the ed the project. (Lancaster Farming Staff frozen earth to erect a sign proclaiming Photo). - that some day soon there will be a Lancas- J __ '

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

Iowa Bankers to Be Featured on CBS-TV Program CORNING, Iowa — (Special) — Wayne and Floyd Whitmore, officials of the Okey-Vernon National Bank here ,will be featured on the 7.30 to 8.30 p. m. Ed> ward R. Murrow "See It Now" CBS television program Thursday, Jan. 26. they advise Lancaiter Farming. Mr . Murrow visited this southwestern Iowa agricultural com_« munity a week recently to work together a program on farm problems Corning has been in the spotlight during recent weeks as th« site where the National Farm-2rs Organization (NFO) has been formed to protest current farm problems. *

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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

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Methods for Poultry Center Barn-Raising Volunteer workers whose interest is in the poultry _lndtistry will erect the new Lancaster Poultry Center Iby tifae time-honored <1bara raiding" method 1 so typical of the Pennsylvania Dutch. Dr. E- I. 'Robertson, president of the Lancaster County Pouffltry Association will ihead the fundraising _cannpaiign witth an initial goal of $30,000. Cooperating is Levi Brubaker, president of _itjhe iLan caster County Poultry Exdhawge-Fund drive ctoadrmen have feeen inalmed toy townships as. follows: Bart—Chris Beiler, Paradise Rl; Brecknock—David Hurst, Bowmansville; Caernarvon — Ira Nissley, Morgantowti; Clay—Leon Wmgenrotib, Stevens Rl; Cole nain—Carroll Barton, (Lancaster; Conestoga—Caii Harnish, iDancaster R6; Conoy—Paul Hnestamd, Marieta-iRl; Drumore—John Musser, QuIarryviHe Rl; Earl — George Weaver, New Holland, R2_j East Cooalico—Marvin Swemgart, Stevens Rl; East Donegal—Matttin K. -Miller, Florin; East Drutaore — Loren Bucher, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Harry Lee Hoar's Champion Steer Brings $1,639.37 Dr. Henning To Speak on Beef Outlook HARRISBURG,— "Champ' 1075-pound Hereford, grand champion 4-H baby beef of the Pennsylvania Farm Show, sold for $1.52-% a pound Friday at the _Uvetock auction that concluded the 1956 expoition. This amounted to a total of $1,639 37 Shown by Harry Lee Hoar, 14, of Gap, RD 1, "Champ" was brought by Howard Johnson Restaurants Last year's grand champion sold for $151 per lb. The reserve grand champion, "Aipoa_," 1020-lb Angus shown by Kenneth Miller, 18, Nazareth, RD JL, sold for $1. 00 per lb for a total of $1,020. " The buyer was Crystal Restaurant, - Reading Last year's reserve grand champion sold for $1.05 per lb Other Sales Other top 4-H Club baby beeves sold as follows. Champion Shorthorn, shown by Margaret Ann Hoar, Gap, RD 1, Lancaster County, 1070 lbs, sold at 50 cents a lb to Susquehanna Frozen Food Center, Sunbury, total price $535. Reserve champion Hereford, shown by Peggy Hackman,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

4-H Beeves at Farm Show Sell Fof $40,089.06 HARRISBURG. — The 125 4-H baby beeves -exhibited at the Farm Show _^ were sold Friday afternoon for a total of $40,089.06 for an average of 29.56 cents per pound. They weighed a total of 135,580 _pouads. Without ithe grand champion and the reserve grand champion the per pound average was 28.04 cents a pound. Twenty-seven open class steers were sold following the 4_" -H sale. The open class steers weighed a total of 26,675 pounds and sold for $6,452 02, for an average of 2418_ cents per pound . Large buyers Included: _Susquelhannla Frozen Food Center, Sunbury_, 14; Schduderburg-Kurdle, Baltimore, 11; Seachrist Bros., York, 8;. Leesport Livestock Market, Leesport, 8; J. F. Fisher & Son. York, 6; Armour & Co., Reading, 5; Medfords, Inc., Cheater. 6; Acme Market, 5; Spungin Abattoir Co., Harrisburg, 4; Crystal Restaurant, Reading, 4; Hershey Abattoir, Hersheyr 3 The following took two steers each: William BE. Peters , H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

More Snow Is Expected Over County Prospects that Lancaster County will have more snow seem evident with a storm brewing on ithe west Gulf Coast, according (to the U S Weather Bureau office in Lancaster . It could be [that several inches of snow may fall, to add to two weeks of winitry weather that has put records on pretty much a normal basis. In Lancaster last week, .6 of an inch of moisture resulted from the Farm Show opening ice storm, and other parts of the County reported a needed -6 to .7 pf an inch. Snows Monday night clogged several! Southern Lancaster County roads and forced one — day school holidays at Quarryville and Strasburg, as well as elementary 1 schools in Martic and Pequea Townships. The Monday night snow netted as much as five inches in parts of Southern Lancaster County. Safe Harbor recorded three, Holtwood 3%. Drifts were common, driving was hazardous, but cinder trucks and plows were on ithe job early. POULTRY EXCHANGE MEET Five new directors for the La...

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