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

LANDIS STONE MEAL CO For The Best PURP O SE MIN E RAL S Consult Us WHITE LILLY ALL Agricultural Ground Limestone — Hard Poultry Grits Feed Mixing Calcium — Calcium — Stable Grits — Lime Spreading Service RHEEMS, PA. Call Elizabethtown 7-2901 — Night Calls 7-2906

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Untitled Article [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 Cl'ay-Ephrata — Mrs- Harold Stuber. Lincoln; Carl _Bollinger, Rl Lititz; Phyllis Rutt, Rl Stevens i Columbia — Miss Grace Nolt, Columbia Rl;*Glen Bushong, R2 Columbia; Mary Jlane Butzer, Rl Lancaster. Drumore — Martin Eshleman, Drumore; Donald Moore, Rl Quarryville; Nan...

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Untitled Article [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 >1fbe land > 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 Sclh'Qpl. 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 F"mdi_1ey,_son of Mr. and Mrs Edigar Finidley, R3 Quarry: _ville, who re_'cpnved _«75 from Lester ...

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Untitled Article [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_> 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, W'illiam_^"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 Chas. Frederick Hess Ear...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Stibestrol What Shall We Grow? Topic at Beef-Lamb Meet Results of recent feeding /tests with stilbestrol at the Agricultural Research Center, Beltsvile_^ Md, confirm " previous indications that this hormone-like chemical, used in approved amounts m finishing rations for beef cattle, can save feed but _ dees not shorten the time required to give steers the desired _degree of fatness, the U S. Department of Agriculture reported Tuesday "What Shall We _Cfrow " wil] ba the'subject of an address _bs J. Collins McSparren, Pennsylvania Grange secretary, before the annual Red Rose Baby Beei and Lamb Club Feb. 3. The banquet, beginning at 6:30 p. m., will be in the Armstrong Cork Co. Auditorium, Lancaster. Banquet committee members are: Walter Augsburger, Rl _Remholdsj Jane Greiner_, R4 Manheim; Marian Graybill, R3 Manheim, and James_Hess, Rl Strasburg. JAYCEE JUDGES NAMED Three prominent Lancaster County agriculturalists have been named judges to select Lancaster Countys Outstandi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Winter Strikes Hard; Drifting Roads Opened ,. •Winter tossed one of its stiffe'sl punches on Lancaster Countj d'Uiung the past week, _depositing several inches of snow that several days later kicked up under high winds and drifted severa] ¦rural roads stout. Highways Friday n _$ht (became islheets of- ice if allowing snow that fell Thursday afte _' rnoon and evening. During the weekend, sleighs were put into use, and many jusd Igave U'P use of the family auto until the weather moderated fltere was some thawing Sunday, Ibut another told swap tunned this Hlu&h into ice. Breezy weaitlher Monday brushed sntow over highways -and closed several roads that bad .been lopeneid just a short time before. _Snowjences in manrcases checkled the flow of snow, (but too often snow fencing was stdl lying m rolls-In _Southern Lancaster County, _allmosit a foot tff snow fell during the week and forced closing of several sdhools two days. Out tame the sleds, fobaggons, skis, and snow sauce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

_Lancaster County Church Goers *— s Let it blow, let it snow, said Mr _^ and their farm into town, sang in " the choir, Mfs> Harbia-L. (Hack) Gr&ff of R2 Quarry- Memorial Methodist, and heade,d for home_, ville Sunday morning. Not to he stuffiped_" T -, Sleigh bells _jingled, adding to _' the novelty by the weather, they hitched up_|their one- and practicality of this mode of transhorse sleigh_^ glided over the snow from portation. — (Lancaster Farming Photo).

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

8* oilers Up, Top to 2175 On Thursday ¦Lancaster Poultry Exmange (Rohrerstown, Pa , Sales Report, Sale #118, Thursday, 19, 1958)—iBroders moved afinosit two tents (higher in active _itradanig _Ih' _ere Thursday, averaging 21.78- Forty-IDour lots totaling 132,240 -fonrdis were listed; 120,440 were offered an 41 tots and 39 tots totaling 119,700 were sold. Thirty-seven lots off a toted 115,800 Ibrmlers sold 'from 20% to 23%, averaging 2178. One tot of 500 Leghorn fowl Vent at 15%, land one lot of 3400 caipebtes <went at 21% Toip was (paid Harold _TCeener, R2 Mount Joy, for 700 White _Viamtress, 10 'weeks, 2 days, toy Bolton s 'Dressing Plant, Sdbaef-£erstown Here are steles listed _<by seller and grower, amount and Ibree 'd, age by weeks and days,, buyers, price; first two lots from John W Hall, one of 3000 White Ooraiisli Cross, 10-2 _rfihe oifcher 3000 'White _Vanfcreiss9-2, w_^re withdrawn'_pnorta sate; lot ' 3, Harold Keener " 700 White Vantress, 10-2, to Bolto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Broilers Average 23.50, Top 25 in Tuesday Aftction Lancaster Poultry _Exchange (Rohrerstawn) (Sales Report -Sale #H19, Tuesday, Jan. 24,1953) —Sixteen lots of _47500 Ibir'ds were listed, offered aM ' sold (here Tuesday at prices" ranging from 21% to 25 cents witlh an average of 23-50 iFor the _corresipondmg day _a year ,ago, Jan 25, 1954, 17 lots- of 53,800 tards sold from 28% to 29%, averaging 29.16. Approxim atly 100,000 _birds wire listed for yesterday's sale. _x Top was-scored by Lloyd G " _TCreider on '400 White Cross, M weeks, 4 days, "selling to Carl B Rissersit 25 Other sales toy seTilei and _^grower, amount and breed iaige toy weeks and dlays, buyei and price follow Mailer & 'Bustoong (Won Wile), lots " 24-2 and 24-3, the first 2400 White Vantress, 94, to C J. Nan 'beck Inc 23%; second lot, 2000 "Whute Vantress, 9-4. to Grimes & Hauer, 23% lot 244, Lester L Fritz, 1600 White _Vantress, 9-5, to Walter C. Mellmger, 22 K. 'Lots 5 to 10 were consigned by Fed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Prime Steers at $23 Top; Hogs Gain $1.00-1.50 LANCASTER WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY REVIEW By David S. 'Lorenson, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau Lancaster July 26, — CATTLE: 2,625, week ago 3291. Compared with last Wednesday: Slaughter steers 1200 lbs and lighter fully steady to strong, instances 25c higher, weights over 1200 lbs slow, mostly steady Heifers fully steady, cows around 25c higher, best action on canner, cutter and utility. Bulls mostly steady. Stockers and feeders slow, largely steady. Keceipts around 45 per cent _slaughter steers, around 13 per cent cows, balance mostly stockers and feeders Bulk good and choice slaughter steers 975-1250 lbs $17.50-21 50; load 1270-lb Prime steers $22.75. part load 1170-lb prime steers $23.00- Several loads choice 1300-1350-11: steers $19 00-19.75, load choice 1375-lbs $18 50. Commercial and low good steers $15-00-17.00. Commercial and -good heifers $14.50-16 50, a few good and choice _^17.00-18.00. Utility 'and commercial cows $1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Outlook - Mid-January to Mid-February 1956 This chart shows the general nature of and heavy, and the precipitation amounts the total precipitation which fell during which determine these classes are obtainthe preceding 30 days. Precipitation is ex- ed from an analysis of many years of recpressed in " three classes: light, moderate, J rird at many stations. - *

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

* BETTER CHICK LtVEABILITY if EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE ic CHALK WHITE EGGS * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION * LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania Pullorum - i ¦ - U. S. Approved Typhoid Clean WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IN YOUR AREA Keystone 43 Old Mill Road Poultry U-._^- Breeding 1 01111 EPHRATA. PA. PHONES : Hatchery 37611 - _Fkrm 3-6179 -

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Authorized Dealers * Master Mix * Ferguson Equipment * Lincoln Welders * Thermopane * Universal Milkers * Miller's Insecticides * Koppers Creosoted Posts * Wirthntore Feeds * Haverly _BulkJTanks * Sauder Loaders * Anhydrous Ammonia !_= Wheel A-Way Egg Washers i-Irrigation Equipment * DeKalb Chix & Started Pullets fflESTAND Iixc Marietta 6-9361

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Spring Needs ORDER NOW Field Seeds Prices are lowest in 20 years. " Alfalfa Red Clover Alsike Seed Potatoes Cobblers Katadins Kennebec Vigoro GROFF'S HARDWARE New Holland Ph. 4-0851

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 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 — 27 January 1956

Interstate Members Are Compensated _, Dairy farmer members of the Inter-State Milk Producers' Cooperative who were temporarily unable to market their milk because of the recent Lancaster paratyphoid epidemic received cash compensation from their Cooperative last week; totaling $5,532 3* ' / , In repaying these 21 members for loss of income, Inter-State emphasized that the organization's policy over the years has been- to guarantee a market and to guarantee pay. These payments, the Cooperative said, were "in accordance with Inter-State's established i policy of settlement with a member who is out of a market through no fault of his own or when his premises are quarantined because of human illness." Checks ?56._qp to $687.81, When the epidemic broke out m December, (the State Board of Health and the Lancaster City (Board of Health ascertained that victims of the ailment had bad access to. milk _processed by Queen Dairy, a Lancaster plant. _Tha 21 members of Inter-State who were sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

_Prices tower In farm hidfex December 15th HAR-RISBURG — Further declines in prices received by Pennsylvania farmers for most meat animals and milk during the month ended December 15 were more than off_«et by seasonal increases iniv_ _-_*ces received for poultry, eggs and grains, the State Department of Agriculture announced today. The index of prices advanced 1 point, during the month, reaching 245 per cent of the 1910-14 base level, the same as a year earlier, the survey showed. Hogs Lowest in 14 Years Hog prices, averaging a return to farmers of $12.80 per hundred lbs. liveweight, are the lowest in almost 14 years, the Department said. Beef cattle and sheep declined 10 cents a hundred pounds from the-November 15 average- Lambs dropped 40 cents while calves advanced 70 cents. The index for all crops advanced 2 points as all grains took a seasonal increase in price, the survey revealed. Wheat advanced 3 cents a bushel and corn 2 cents Livestock Up One Point Potatoes advance...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

P,QUL,TJ_£Y MARKETS LIVE POULTRY _IPMkdelpMa — Jan. 25 (USDA) Market unsettled. Demand light and selective, supplies more than ample. Few lots barred rock ip t ullets 38-40c, W'bjte Rocks 30_J32C, with ,buHk unsold- Large White Rock and- _Hyllme Caponettes 26-2_Sc,_^jparred Rocks 25-26c, small sizes White Rocks 23-25c, carried over stocks 20-23c, mostly dressers. Few lots cross Fryers 24-25c, White Rocks 22-24 Vantress Reds 24-25c, mixed 22-24c_, without clearing. Turkeys barely (steady. Demand fair for light supplies Heavy tyipe Young Hens 43-45, few lots 47c, Young Toms 2S-28, few lots 33c Wihite Holland Young Toms were unsold-Receipts Jan 24 included: Maryland 11,854 lbs, Delaware 11,620 lbs, Virginia 3400 lbs Wholesale selling iprices; No. 1 and fancy Quality Jbroilers or ifners heavy type 3-4 lbs 22-25, Pullets 4'i lbs and over 30-40, Hens — iheavy tyipe — 26-30, light tyipe 15-22 Old Roosters 11-12. Dulcks- t Muscovy 18-25, Pekm 32. Turkeys Young Hens 43-47, Young Toms 25-33...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

itohNMR. Tr _ribWJ, -l_^_aiiGaste_^^ 'Farnimg_^fWinferli' _iiife' ' 1 ' \ _*_t;tU'* \. More than one's share came in the two Myer, ' R3 Manheim, is shown plowing out storms last week that dumped snow by the the lane of his farm. Last week's snows tons on Lancaster County. Yet this mois- field on -tenaciously, melting somewhat ture was more than welcome, f_,or here and< slowly over the weekend, giving a belated elsewhere the soil stood uyneed. Ralph Christmas Card view of the County. ' _^ _^ _^

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