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

Farm Society 18 Members Guests Of Society No. 7 Thirty members ot the Societj of Farm Women 18 vveie guests of Society 7 at a _Satuiday lunchton meeting in the Paradise Elementary School Mrs C J Keneagy, president, welcomed the guests Attendance from the host society was 35. Plans were announced tor the Feb 11 meeting at the Leacock Presbyterian Church social rooms. Reports on the state convention during the farm show weie given by Mis Raymond Stone 'r, Society 18 piesident, and Arthur J Eshelman, superintendent of the Pequea Valley School district showed a film on California. Mrs Herman Brackbill and her entertainment committee - had charge of luncheon plans. - THAT CRAZY STOVEBerlin — Radio _engineeis aie amazed _rthat a "perfectly normal" electric kitchen stove plays radio programs while its owner, a West Berlin hous-ewife, cooks the family's meals on it Mrs. Meta Semler's stove, which is several yeais old, began recently to play radio programs She called the engineers, w...

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

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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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

It's The Law "It's the Law" with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Associa tion. General interest questions are welcomed, and will be answered as soon as possible. Letters must be signed. Answers will not be published on a specfied, requested day. Questions cannot be answered by mail, and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest Address all inquiries to "It's the Law," LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville, Pa. Q. If, in the State of Pennsylvania_, a man makes his Will leaving all property to his wife, is it possible for his children to break the Will? Is it necessary to mention the children in the Will? G. G. A. It is not necessary to men¬ tion the children in the Will, nor to make any provision for ithem_. As long as the testator was mentally competent at the time of making the Will, and the Will shows a clear intention to give his entire estate to his wife, the children could not break...

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

Farm Calendar JANUARYJan 9-21 - Ice Cream for Plant Men Shout Course, Pennsylvania U. 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 Electrification Short Course, Pennsylvania U. Jan 23-Feb. 4 - Market Milk Short Course, Pennsylvania U. Jan 25 — Society of Farm Women 2, home of Mrs Oscar Long, Rl Oxford. Jan 25 — Rural Homemaker's _elub meeting at the home of Mrs Elwood (Emily) Bickness, Frog Hollow Road — Oxford RD Jan. 25 — Chester County _Agricultural and home economics _extension service, 43d annual meeting, YWCA Coatesville, 10 a. m. . Jan 25 — Associate Directors' meeting, Lancaster County Soil Conservation District, Farm Bureau Bldg, Lancaster, lpm Jan 25-27 — 44th Annual Convention, The Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs, Lycommg Hotel...

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

More Bees Are Needed to Hike State Yields HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania is badly in need of more and larger beekeepers " to meet the demand for honey and bees for pollination, according to W- W. Clarke, Jr. , extension apiarist cjf the Pennsylvania State University. In a talk given before the Pennsylvania State (Beekeeper's Association Farm Show meeting he claimed there is a ready market for all the honey produced) and that there is now a ~ shortage of all flavors and colors. He said prices at the wholesale level have almost reached (the record high price of honey after World War II "One x of the biggest problems in the bee business in Pennsyl¬ vania is that the beekeeper is almost 'always under-equipped," Clarke continued. "He has too few bees, too few supers, a toosmall honey house, too-small equipment in the honey house, and bee yards too far apart with too few bees in each yard." He urged all beekeepers to increase the number of colonies, and said they could do it without mu...

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

Flying Farmer Queen Here Mrs. L. L. (Lois) Logan, Pennsyl- her regal robes, she displayed trophies, vania State Flying Farmer Queen, Kennett photographs and mementos of Flying Square, explains agricultural aviation to Farmer Activities — plus some clucks visitors at the Harrisburg Municipal Air- from the hatchery she and her husband port during Farm Show Week. Attired in ] operate. (Lancaster Farming Staff 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

Beat The Spring Rush! Get like "NEW" Performance . . . Have your tractor and farm machinery overhauled now. MANN & GRUMELLI Your Allis Ph. 7OR12 Chalmers Dealer R. D. 2, QUARRYVILLE

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

T. J. MATTHEWS 278R2 A. H. _3URKH0LDER 175 QUARRYV1LLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS THOMAS J. MATTHEWS, Gen. Mfr. Concrete or Cinder Block Phone Chimney Block and Lintel Cl

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

Pennsylvania Farm Show Awards HARRISBURG — "Champ," 1075-lb _Hereford entered by Harry Lee Hoar, 14, RD 1, Gap, was named 4-H grand champion at the Pennsylvania Farm Show late last week. The reserve grand championship went to "Amos," 1020-lb Angus shown by Kenneth Miller, 18, Nazareth, RD 1, Northampton County. "Champ," first in the Hereford medium class, had been named Hereford breed champion, while "Amos" won the Angus breed title. "Amos" was first in the Angus medium weight class. At Pequea Valley High Hoar, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hoar, is m the ninth grade in Pequea _Valley High School. When he grows up he wants to operate a beef ranch, he said when interviewed at the show. His steer was bred by Dewey Mori ell, of Collbran, Colorado. Miller, graduate of Bethlehem High School, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Miller. His steer was bred by Pryeth Farms, Great Meadows, N. J. The 1955 Farm Show grand champion also was a Hereford. Another Lancaster entry, "Buster," 12...

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

Pennsylvania Flying Farmers Urged to Increase Insurance By ERNEST J. NEILL HARRISBURG — "Pilots must realize their liabilities as a plane owner todayr" John W- (Red) McFarlane, director of the Pennsylvania Aeronautics Commission, told some 150 Pennsylvania Flying Farmers, their families and guests, during the Farm Show meeting here last week. "No longer is the plane a $1,-000 job- Too often it falls into the $10,000 to $20,000 category," _flVTr McFarlane warned. " Often his office is called upon for testimony lasting several days ¦ in damage _^ suits Med following plane crashes. Liability Has Increased Today's flying farmer has a greater responsibility-than ever. His liability has increased. Many damage suits have been filed against plane owners for prop¬ erty damage, often caused by fires following crashes of private planes. "Farm aircraft ownership is increasing,"' Mr McFarlane told, "and the farm pilot is realizing more utility from his plane than 75 per cent of the natio...

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

FARM SHOW SALES Swine (_GUts) Poland China: * ¦ Grand champion, "M. V Miss King," consigned by Eugene G. Boeshore, Jonestown, RD, Lebanon County, sold to Paul S Shorts, Golts, Md, for $170. Reserve grand champion, "Lady Glory 3rd," consigned by Clifford ALeVan, Milton, RD 1, Northumberland County, sold to Eugene G. Boeshore, Jonestown, RD, Lebanon Counity. Number animals in sale 40 Totals volume of sale $2317.50 Avg. price per animal $ 57 .94 Chester White: Grand champion, "Clear Sprang Farm Darlene," consigned by Heber F. Trach, Bath, RD 1, Northampton County, sold to James Parlett, Woodbine, RD 1, York County for $200. _' Reserve grand champion, "Silver Jean 2nd," consigned by Harvey C- Hunt, Conemaugh, RD 1, Cambria County. Sold to Ray Shank, _Hanover, RD 5, Adams County, for $105. Number animals in sale 40 Total volume of sale $2537 50 Avg. price per animal $ 63.44 Spotted Poland China: Grand champion, "Sandstsone Luxury," consigned by C Warren Leinmger, Denver, RD, Lancaste...

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

Flying Farmer, Officers Here are officers of the Pennsylvania ty; in the middle, State President Russell Flying Farmers, taken during the recent Pisor from Portersville, and on the right, Farm Show Week meeting of the state as- L. L. Logan, Kennett Square, vice-presisociation. On the left is Howard Gwinn, dent. (Lancaster Farming Photo)_, secretary-treasurer, from Lawrence Coun-

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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

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer's Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS'N _S9 E. Chestnut St Lancaster, Pa. Ph. Lane. 3-3921

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

Lancaster County Sales Dates Claimed Saturday, Jan. 21 — 11 a. m. iat Kroeck's Restaurant on 896, east of Strasburg on Georgetown jRd_< ~ household goods and Restaurant Equipment by Fritz Kroeck. b. Jan. 21 — Community Public Sale, Intercourse, 11 a. m. Jan. 21 — Household goods, farming implements, Charles J. McComaey & Sons, on John Ferron Farm, Route 472 from Oxford to Lewisville, 12 noon. Jan. 21 — Fanny Y. Renninger Estate, 301 E. Main St., New Holland, antique furniture, stock of The Farmers " National Bank & Trust Co., New Holland, 12:30 p. m. ~~ Jan. 21 — Elizabethtown, 412 North Market St., household furniture by Mrs. Ruth S. Hess. Jan. 21.— Frank G. Ginder, 319 S. Cedar St. Lititz, household goods, 12:30 p. m-Jan. 24 — Demont Skiles, 2 miwest of Christiana, off' road lead¬ ing from Rt. 372 to Gap, livestock, forming implements, 1 p. m. Jan. 25 — Landis G Clark, 1 mi. northwest of Cochranville, road to _Steelville in W. Fallowfield twp., Chest...

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

'! _Tracking Firm ; To HoiiorjVoAg Essay Entrants Three vocational agriculture students at Southern Lancaster County Joint Community High _schooKwoll tee honored next Wednesday in ceremonies awarding prizes for best essays submitted on "Full Utilization, of Our Land Resources " Through Truck and Bus Transportation." Sponsors are B . S. Warfel & Sons, Herr's Motor Express, both of Quarryville, and David "Stony" Eschbach of RD Holtwood-First prize is choice of one feeding steer or heifer, value not Ito exceed $150, presented by Herr's Motor Express; second, $75. to be used on a farm project of winner's-choice, from Warfels, and third $50 (to be used also on a farm project, irom Mr. Eschbach. Jack Owen, head of the ' Solanoo vo-ag department, wjII supervise each project. Judges of the essays are Carl Reynolds, Jr., Quarryville boro burgess; Mrs. Richard Maule, secretary of the Southern Lancaster County- Community Fair, and C. Wallace Abel, .business manager of Octoraro News...

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

FarttSho_^_feafc To Expand, Says Dr. Henning HARRISBURG, — Weather and hazardous road conditions that cut attendance at the 1956 Pennsylvania Farm Show served to emphasize the need for additions to physical facilities in the 14-acre building, Dr. William L . Henning, chairman of the Farm Show Commission, declared as the show closed. Friday's attendance was estimated at 60,000, making a total of ,-580,000 for ithe week compared with 675,000 last year and 540,000 two years ago when tne week opened with a heavy show. ; 300 Commercial Exhibitors "In effect, reduced attendance was a* blessing in disguise for .commercial exhibitors and visitorsf"_ Dr. Henning said. "Except for "the big Wednesday, the visitors saw the show in 'comfort. The more than 300 commercial exhibitors, the folks who support the show, had a better opportunity to .talk with prospective cusomers" ' This means that exhibitors need more space for their displays, Dr- Henning explained, adding that more than 100 had"...

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

Records Set by Holstein Friesians In Three Herds Announcement has been received from The Holstein-Friessi'an _Association of America of the completion of an official production record by the registered Holstein cows owned by: Red Rose Experimental Farms, Lancaster — Red Rose Ormby Qlive Winner, 18,516 lbs milk, 610 lbs butterfat, milked 2 times daily, 365 days. Average quarts daily: 24 Age when record began 4 years 2 months. . Stevens K Stoltzfus, Christiana — Smyra View Ben Roo Alice, 14,096 lbs milk, 509 lbs butterfat, milked 2 times daily, 280 days Average quarts daily: 23. Age when record began: 3 years 3 months. _' M. M Wenger, Rheems — Millroad Madcap Mabel, 11,344 lbs milk, 447 lbs butterfat, milked 2 times daily, 365 days- Average quants daily: 14 Age when record began: 2 years ,3 months. The French Cabinet set Jan. 2 as the date for general elections for a new Assembly.

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