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

February - Lancaster Farming ~MQnday night's snow stornr_? _^hidh [ above photo Is of the _February Variety blanketed Lancaster Conty, .might _§iave but the snow closed many Lancaster Coun-Teproduced this scene frornthe front-door ty schools and blocked several rural roads_, of Grant Heilman_'s home near Lititz. The "" '

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Broilers Sell Steady; Best 21.25, Avg. 19.47 'Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Rohrerstcwn) (Sales Report .sale #117, Tuesday, Jan 17,1956) —With 24,500 birds selling m 11 tots , broiler prices held near the 19% cent level in the Tuesday auction here. Thirteen lots oi 31,575 birds were listed, 12 lots of 25,325 offered. Prices ranged .from 18 & to 21*4 , _witlh nine lots, itoitaihn'g 23,600 broilers averaging ft) 47 cents- Two'lots canwising 900 Leghorn fowl sold from 17 to 17%. In the corresponding sale 'a vear ago. Tuesday. .Tan 1R, 1956, fihere were 10 lots of 32850 birds offered, e_^efht lots totaling 26,050 Wds sold m a range of 28% to 30 Tuesdw only white birds w&re _Offered. T"2> was _waid by Rtfbert Tories' R2 Lancaster, for 300 Wb'fe _Mountain <;. 11 _weplcs, fouir fJavs grown by Grafton Brafoson, Peadh' _Bottom. Tuesdav Sales Listed Here are- Tuesday sales by sel-Per and grower amount and breed, a'_^e ihv _weelcs 'and _dlays, _fau>ver. a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Few Hogs Hit $14, Cattle Mostly 50 Off 1 LANCASTER WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY REVIEW By David S. Lorenson, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau CATTLE 3291. week ago 3000 Compared with last Wednesday. Slaughter steers 1250 lbs and (lighter mostly 50c lower, weights over 1250 jbs slow, 50-100 tower, j Heifers scarce, weak to 25c lower. Cows weak to 25c lower, bulls . mostly steady 'Slocker and feeder steers fully steady Receipts in I aded _. «ound 45 per cent slaughter stee: i- and heifers, _arountd 12 iper cent cc _#s, balance stockerc and feedeis Bulk good and choice fed steers 10004300 libs $17 50-21 00, a few loads " choice and low mivme 1000-1150 lbs $2125-22 00, ipart load 1196 % iprane steers $22.50- Several loads commercial and low good steers $1S 00-17 50 including two loads 1200 libs .mostly low good at $16 00. Coimmereial and good 765-950-lb heifers $14.50-17 00. Utility and Commercial cows $1175-13 50; cutters 910-00-12.50f high yieldirig cutters to 913 00; ¦canners mostly $8...

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

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

. - • - - ' ~ - \ so*V_£l _$_e _Quality m*nuf*ci>irittg is tbe byword of every John Deere _factory. Beginning with incoming ship* menu of only the highest-grade materiftls, each manufactured part ... _er_^ry finished implement is in* tpected thoroughly by _fkiiled workmen to assure ft* meeting e_» act John Deere quality standards That's why farmers everywhere are loud in their praise for the dependability . . . the quality con struction of John Deere Farm Equipment. See us for information. LANDIS BROS Latest Improved Farming Equipment 1305 Manheim Pike Phone 3-3906 P . O. Box 484 Lancaster, Pennsylvania , ¦ . . - ,

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

LIVABILITY * LAYABILITY * LONGEVITY CHICKS LOGAN'S Logstn Dominant White-Cornish Cockerels for producing famous Logan Cornish Crosses. For most efficient meat production: Cornish Crosses, White Rocks, Delaware Crosses, Silver Crosses. For High Egg Production: Demme Leghorns from Candidate Matings or Mt. Hope Leghorns for White eggs. Logan famous Sex Links, Logan Whites, or R. I. Reds for brown eggs. Pa.-U. S. Approved Pullorum Typhoid Clean Brand New Catalog available KENNETT SQUAREPA L. L. LOGANBOX L , , _,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 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. 4 IS Medium Scratch Corn _^ Oats (80 _lb Sack)- 20% Blue Bird Dairy Fitting Ration Special Chop Rabbit Pellets 3.90 3.15 2.90 2 85 B Starter Grower Broiler Ration Quality Egg Pellets 24% Yeast Egg Mash Blue Bird All Egg Mash Horse Feed Fine Chick Feed Special discount 4 05 4.70 410 435 3 30 3.10 475 2 05 3.65 3. 60 4.70 Super Dog Meal (25 lbs) January on all chick orders thru 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 — 20 January 1956

_JFarm Show Attendance... 1952 -1956 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 Monday 130,000 f30 ,000 80,000 130,000 65,000 Tuesday 155,000 150,000 130,000 140,000 110,000 Wednesday 185,000 180,000 155,000 185,000 185,000 Thursday 150.000 135,000 155,000 145,000 ' 160,000 Friday 65,000 55,000 • 20,000 .75,000 60,000 540;000 675000 580,000 685000 650 , ,,000

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

FOR SALE SCHRAMM 60-C. F. M Air Compressor With Blade and Winch, also including breaker, Rock Drill, Hose and various other air tools. A. S. KINS1NGER _Gordonville, Pa

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

From Years Ago: Telephone Coverage In Lancaster County Is Reviewed Southern and Souithestern Lancaster County's telephone picture, as projected currently by the Commonwealth Telephone Company, is the start of the construction at Quarryville of a new, modern building to house offices, field and installation equipment, and service supplies and facilities. To this, add conversion _^ to the dial system - a system already enjoyed by _farmers and others in this section. Fiflty years ago, the farmers' interests were also a prompting factor when additional poles and wires were being hooked up to bring more residents of the river hills and nearby into telephonic communication with the resit of County History Mom and pop always like to talk about the "good old days." Some of these may be specifically, numerically, 25 or 50 years ago. In addition to "50 Years Ago This Week on Lancaster Farms," Lancaster Farming today offers the first in a series of stories that are undated, but highlig...

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

Dairymen Oppose Closing Hospital Farms in State HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association, following their annual meeting at the State Farm Show, announced adoption of a resolution against the announced intention" of the Secretary of Welfare to dissolve operation of the farms at mental hospitals in the State In a _lasolutwm the association declared the farms have been operated for many years and represent investments ctf millions of dollars m dairy herds, other livestock, and equipment They said "we firmly believe that the operation of these farms has provided not only food at a saving _otf taxpayers' money, but also therapeutic benefits to the inmates " The association pointed to the fact that the practice of operating such farms at similar institutions in the great majority of states "would indicate the soundness of such operations." The resolution said "we urge Governor George _, M. Leader to halt such action until thorough and complete studies can be made by compe...

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

State Aviation Director John W. (Red) McFarlane, _director of the Pennsylvania Aeronautics Commission, is shown here explaining to Key stone State Plying Farmers current problems in agricultural aviation. Mr. McFarlane was one of several speakers addressing the group as it met Farm Show Week at Harris-Iburg airport. Further details on the Flying Farmer meeting will be found in this issue. " (Lancaster Farming Photo).

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

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

* BETTER CHICK LIVEABILITY * EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE * CHALK WHITE EGGS _* SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION _* LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania U_. S. Approved Pullorum - Typhoid Clean WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IN YOUR AREA Keystone 43 Old Mill Road Poultry _p Breeding raiHl EPHRATA. PA PHONES: Hatchery 3761 1 — Farm 3-6179

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

Parts and Service Headquarters for OLIVER—FERGUSON Farm Equipment GMC Trucks See The Hershey Trans planter For Your Spring Planting N. G, Hershey MANHEIM, PA Phone 52271

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

Belmont 97 Per Cent Pure Agricultural Limestone Calcium Oxide 30% Magnesium Oxide .. 20% Calcium Equivalent 57% Wenger & Sensenig Co Phone Gap 45R21 ED 1, Paradise, Pa

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

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

Lancaster County's Own Farm Weekly Newspaper Established November 4, 1955 Published every Friday by_. OCTORARO NEWSPAPERS Quarryville, Pa. — Phone 378 Lancaster Phone 4-3047) STAFF Alfred C. Alspach • • Publisher Ernest J. Neill Editor C. Wallace Abel • Business Manager Robert G. _Campbell Advertising Director Robert J. Wiggins Circulation Director Subscription Rates: $2.00 Per Year Three Years $5.00; 5c Per Copy Application for Second Class Mailing Privileges Pending FARM SHOW HISTORY Today the 1956 Pennsylvania Farm Show — the 40th — is history. But in these pages of history, the high position of Lancaster County agriculturally remains on the record unchallenged. Youngsters — young men, young women — tomorrow's showmen, tomorrow's farmers, from Lancaster County continued their enviable record. Who's to be credited with this record? It would be impossible to name everyone. First come the parents; Lancaster County's Agricultural Agent Max M. Smith, his assistants in farming a...

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

Christian Marks' Lesson for January 22, 1S56 LJOw can we tell whether a per" son is ft Christian or not? Is there anything that marks all Christians? There is faith, of course; but only God can see faith itself. Jesus said: "By their fruits ye shall know them." What kind of "fruits" should others and in ourselves, to see we look for. in whether _%e are Christians? Only Sod it the final Judge. We should not be too quick to say brasWy, "I know . . ." Better •ay, "I have good reason to believe . . ." So, what Dr- Foreman »re the good reasons for believing that a person is a Christian? Sticking to our one chapter in Luke for this week, we can take note of three marks of a Christian, that Is, of Jesus' followers, those who take hit word as in order. They sound quite simple and ordinary; whtt is extraordinary, what is specially Christian •bout them, is the thoroughgoing quality Jesus expect*. Htlpfulnm Three marks which we can readily see suggested,- in this chapter of sayin...

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

This Week on Lancaster Farms (This Week In 1905) By JACK REICHARD It was Summer in January on the farms in Lancaster County January 20, 1906. The weather Bureau reported thafJsn. 21 was the warmest on record. The warm wave extended all the way from the _Mississippi River to the Atlantic coast. The crest of the wave was in Ohio where the highest official temperature was reported las 74 degrees ait Cleveland. Other unofficial reports in the Boston area placed the temperature at 80 degrees. A large attendance, was reported at a meeting of the Ootoriaro Farmers' Club at the residence of Charles Thomas, East Sadsbury, _Chester County, during the forenoon of Jan. 20, 1906. The majority of members had driven there by teams from distances of 8 (to 15 miles to attend the meeting "over muddy roads that were almost impassable". . B. F- Good, prominent Lan caster tobacco dealer m 1906, suffered severe cuts and bruises when his horse suddenly took a fit and plunged over an embarkment nea...

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