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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Used Specials 2 New Holland Balers John Deere A &amp; B Tractors 1 Farmall M Tractor Feed Mixer &amp; hammer Mill for the BEST IN SERVICE our Seal of Confidence overhaul Why dont you take advantage of our special winter discount &amp; have _ydtir equipment overhauled now ! ! Call our service manager at either Store : Lane 3-7607 Lititz 6-7766 Strasburg _ OV 7-2305 &lt; _H _&gt; _L H . Brubaker _Nr 350 STRASBURG PIKE FARMERS Complete Tax Service INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED FOR APPOINTMENT CALL A . F . TERRANOVA 508 Ridge Road .. Elizabetbtown 7-5492
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Classified Ad vertising FARMS FOR SALE BUCK __ 99 acres with 22 acre _meadow and woodland , 8 room stone horn all conveniences , large stone an _&lt; frame barn , otfoer buildings . Ver low pnce . STRASBUJRG _ 73 aicres , 8 room stone _honw barn and othier buildings A rea value at the new low price o _only $ 17 , 000 . LEO I . HAIN , INC . REALTORS S 3 N Duke St . Dial 7-813 : LANCASTER \ FOR SALE You can use ESTERON BRUSH KILLER now for control of woody an &lt; herbaceous plants in pastures fence rows and along ditch banks I I gallon - * $ 8 . 9 _( 1 quart 371 Ask your dealer or J . C _Ehntfiiefc Co . 736 E . Chestnut St . Lancaster , Pa Free delivery _anywhere ir , Lancaster CountySALSBURYS VACCINES RE duced Newcastle and Bron chitis , Water _application _% c Set your SaWbury dealer represent _* tive—F . W . Fisher , Ph . Leol ; 6 * 2482 , Leacock . La « c . County . &amp;RONZE TURKEYS for stock . Large young toms , $ 12 Hens $ _&amp; _Ringe raised-...
Mail Box Market [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Mail Box Market FOR SALE — Peerless 10 in power take off all purpose Roller Mill . H- Mervin McMichael Lane . R # 6 . Phon « Millersville 4377 . FOR SALE — 8 pure bred Yorkshire OBred Gilts- Also 10 pure bred Yorkshire Gilts , 16 weeks old . Reasonable prices Gerald Rohrer , Smoketown , — Lancaster 31898 . DIRTY PROWLER . Tulsa . Okla . — Mr . and Mrs . Ralph Murano recently complain- « d to police that every weekend , While they were out of town , some dirty prowler enters their homeThe intruder doesnt take anything except a bath , and leaves a drrty ring in the tub . Lancaster Farming , Friday , January 20 1956—11 San Antonio , Texas . — The San f made bv Frederick A . Marsh , a Pedro P ° stoffice clerk &gt; contains more library recently received a than m commemorative stamps map of tthe United States made of hlstoricaI events and famous entirely of stamps . The map , men
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Sheep Dogs and Belgian Hitch Highlight Show HARRlSBURG — Following the annual _parada of more than 1 , 000 prize horses , beef and dairy cattle in the large arena on the last night of the 1956 State Farm Show , the _crowa of 10 , 000 was thrilled with a sheep dog demonstration and the appearance of a six-horse hitch of Belgians . The Belgian horses were owned and driven -by Edgar Messersm , _idt , Lebanon County . The wheel horse on the hrtch was Alice Farceur , winner of the grand champion Belgian banner at the 1956 show , a maw that had ( taken the title won four times previously by her mother , Nora Farceur . The sheep dog demonstration ivas staged by Carroll Shaffner , _herdsman at the Pennsylvania State University .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
SUBSCRIBERS BONUS Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming and receive FREE one advertisement each month in our Mail Box Market Subscribers using the MAIL BOX MARKET will be governed by the following rules : ¦ _jt Umif yonr adrcrtisement to fire fines which means sol over 25 words . _^ All Advertisements most be in our bands by Monday 6 P . M or same will be held over for next week s paper . _-fc Only one advertisement allowed eacfa monlh . ¦ _jfc No bosiness _advertoemebis accepted for this column , _jc „ You are allowed to ran the advertisement only one timeSend in no duplication . v _ic Please mail all advertisements ore of MAIL BOX STAR KET ; LANCASTER FARMING , QUARRYV 1 LLE . PA . ! Carl Diller Auctioneer and Cow Tester Refton , Pa . Ph . Quarry ville ? 07 R 5
Governor Asks Farm Program To Assist State [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Governor Asks Farm Program To Assist State PMTA Citations Awarded to Two County Drivers Nut Growers Elect Weber as Group President If Pennsylvania is to remain m the forefront as a progressive agricultural state , it 4 s essentia ] that we join together in creating the best possible climate for far ming in the state , Gov , Leadei Monday night told the General Assembly . - , . Among points he listed were : 1 , Make an unspecified appropriation for ithe Agriculture Department to provide a more progressive program to promote Pennsylvania farm products ; 2 , Revamp the state general food law ; 3 , Appropriate $ 50 , 000 to establish an open livestock show ; 4 , Modernize ithe basic law dealing With the manufacture and sale of livestock . and poultry feeds ; , 5 , Protect the farmer against misrepresentation of the chemical _^ content of fertilizers ; 6 , Approp riate $ 500 , 000 for agricultural disease eradication research at Pennsylvania State University ; 7 , Appropriate $ 30 , 000 ...
Tobacco Sells Fast at 30-12 ; Few Hold Out [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Tobacco Sells Fast at 30-12 ; Few Hold Out Approximately 70 to 80 per cent of the 1955 Lancaster County tobacco crop passed into buyers hands by midweek with bids of 30 and 12 cents . Thousands of acres were moved . iGeneral Cigar Co ., the American Tobacco Co ., and Bayuk Cigars , lire , were buying , starting Monday . Bids of 28 and 12 met resistance , but when the price was muoved up , the movement began . Some buyers were reported holding out for 35 and 10 to 12 . Earlier some sold at 18 and 20 foi pull-off crops Poultry Sales POULTRY — BY USDA LIVE POULTRY - - . PHILADELPHIA , Jan . 18- — _Market unsettled . Demand light for more than ample supplies of most classes Few lots rockspullets 39-40 c . Large White Rock caponettes 25-29 c , few lots 30-31 c with bulk unsold Cross fryers , straight cockerels 20 c , White Rocks 22-24 c , Vantress Reds 2224 c with bulk unsold No . 2 qual . mixed broilers m slow sale _ at 15 c down to . 10 c . Turkeys about steady . Demand good for light ...
Artif ical Lights Aid Poultrymen ; Egg Yields Gain [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Artif ical Lights Aid Poultrymen ; Egg Yields Gain HARRISBURG — Artificial light can help the poultrymen raise better laying hens , H . HI Kauffman , _extension poultry specialist of the Pennsylvania State University , said m a talk at the Pennsylvania State Poultry—Federation Farm Show meetingPoultrymen can counteract the influence of nature s light pattern by using artificial light , * _Kaiuffman-said . He explained that such light can be particularly helpful when used during th « growing , _laying and molting periods in a hen s life . Unless there is added light during the shorter days in fall and winter egg production will be depressed and the molting hormones will be stimulated . Th « short days of October to December seem to depress growth of late hatched birds , he said Kauffman . explained that in Pennsylvania s latitudes the potential natural light is about 8 . 5 hours on Dec . 21 , and that after that date the days sitart to gei progressively longer by about 2 . 3 minutes ...
John Fulton Is Winner 8 Times At Horseshoes [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
John Fulton Is Winner 8 Times At Horseshoes HARRISBURG — For the eighth year since 1936 , John Fulton , Carlisle RD , Cumberland County , won the State Farm Show farmers horseshoe pitching contest with two strai ~ ght wins m the finals over runner-up Stanley _Thurs-ton , New Millport , Clearfield County . The two veterans of many Farm Show tournaments easily won itheir qualifying rounds over four ¦ ether contestants . Third place went to Kenneth Burris , Bellesfonte ; ( fourth , Harold M Eyth , € hicora , Butler County ; fifth , Joseph Mayes , Wamor s Mark , Huntingdon County , and sixth , TWIN LAMBS AT FARM SHOW HARRISBURG , _- — Friday-the-Thirteenth brought twin lambs at the Farm Show . The twins arrived to a Suffolk ewe at 5 a . m . Frank Bresler , _Pefaeh Bottom , is owner of the sheep . One open class steer was purchased by eadh of the following Schluderberg-Kurdle , ( Baltimore , Hershey Abattoir , Hershey ; John Frey , Stonersville ; SeaChrist Bros , York Mengel , Hummelstow...
County Four-H jMembers Lauded On Achievements [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
County Four-H jMembers Lauded On Achievements Twenty-nine Lancaster County Four-H Club members last night were honored for outstanding accomplishments in a banquet at Hotel Brunswick , Lancaster , by the Lancaster County Bankers Assn . Fourteen boys and 15 girls were riamed for the annual honor , which they may receive but once , and itheir club leader accompanied them at the-banquet . - Honored Thursday-night for _participation in 4-H activities , interest in particular projects , participation in communityi church and school , activities , were the following , listed by club leader , boy and girl representing each community : Blamspont — Mrs Norman Lausch , El Denver , Troy Schantz , Rl Ephrata , Josephine Lauscfr , Rl Denver Clay-Ephrata — Mrs- Harold Stuber . Lincoln ; Carl _Bollinger , Rl Lititz ; Phyllis Rutt , Rl Stevens i Columbia — Miss Grace Nolt , Columbia Rl ;* Glen Bushong , R 2 Columbia ; Mary Jlane Butzer , Rl Lancaster . Drumore — Martin Eshleman , Drumore ; Donald M...
Three Solanco Youths Named Essay Winners [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Three Solanco Youths Named Essay Winners Rural families all over Ms ( great land of our depend on bus transporation . to get to school , to go on field traps and educational • demonstrations , and as a means • of leaving and returning . to isolated places for pleasure and busi- • ness -These same people use the • truck because it is economical , fast , flexible , mobile , and con- , venient—ready to provide service easily adaipted to &gt; 1 fbe land &gt; and its resources . This conclusion won for Robert _^ _Buoher , son of Mr . and Mrs . Pauil _iBuWher , _TR * Pealdh _iBottom , first • place in the essav contest for voag students at _Southern Lancas ter County Joint Community High SclhQpl . His prize was the _ichoiee of one feedine _= _iheer or ¦ _iheiier , value , uro to £ 150 , from ¦ Herr s Motor Express , Quarryv rlle _Beiritaimki Herr made Uhe _presentation . Second wlace winner wa _^ Marion _Fmdi _1 ey , _ son of Mr . and Mrs Edigar Finidley , R 3 Quarry : _vi...
Groundhogs to Have Day Soon In Quarryville [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Groundhogs to Have Day Soon In Quarryville Three new . members have beer selected by the _Slumbering Groundhog of Quarryville , to par iticipate for the first time m fest lvities Feb 2 that honor tht prognosticaitor of the weather Named were Michael DeBer dine , chef extraordinary ; Harr _&gt; K . Gerlach , school supervising principal , and Herbert B . Valentine , _restaurateur-jeweler-justicc oif the peace . For honorary membership , J Edgar Hoover , chief of the FBI has been salected , and For their violation of the Spirit of Geneva and the lies they told on their ( trip through the East , the Lodge is happy to confer Dis honorary degrees on . Nikita Kruschhev and Nicolai Bulganin . Television cameras will record the festivities , according to the officers , William _^ Uhler Hensel III , secretary and bondless treasurer ; - Dr . Robert B . Hess , exalted hibernator ; Calvin Herr Mowrer , _defender of the three hibernating governors , Albert Hess Fritz , Carl Reynolds and ...