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Old Fairground Hall Burns ; Was Assembly Plant [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Old Fairground Hall Burns ; Was Assembly Plant Amish Aid Salesman During Bad Weather Recently a salesman representing a seed corn company and chick hatchery became stalled by some southern • Lancaster County weatherBut that didnt stop Harry -Kreider , 70 . He just up and borrowed a horse and buggy from a nearby Amish farmer and completed his rounds , delivering his products on time . Fire Monday evening destroyed the historic Exhibition Building on the old Lancaster Fairgrounds with loss estimated around $ 110 , 000 . Built in 1920 , it was taken over in 1948 by the New Holland Machinery Co . and has been used since that time as a farm machinery assembly plant augmenting the New Holland factoriesCalled to help check the fire were companies from the Lancaster Fire Department , Southern Manheim Township and Rohrerstown Fire Companies . The building , 130 feet by 75 feet containing 18 , 000 square feet , was of stucco and frame , and was used by New Holland as a final assembly plant fo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Minor Floods Add to Rough Winter Winds [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Minor Floods Add to Rough Winter Winds Minor floods poured over lowlands in scattered sections oi Lancaster County this week _, closing the month otf January that was abnormally dry In the month just closed , fhe Etphrata Weather Station reports total precipitation in January of 1 . 83 , against a normal 3 07 Winds were strong and biting Sunday morning churchgoers faced a sheet of ice—and many stayed home Those who did drive found Saturday night s sleet and ram on top of old snow no combination for safe driving . Rains Sunday Morning Rams came Sunday night and Monday morning again , and by Monday afternoon many streams and runs were spreading floodwaters over lowlymg lands . Beween Quarryville and Christiana , near Green Tree , water was reported bumper deep Elsewhere on the same road , nearer Christiana , water overflowed < the highway , providing slick spots Tuesday morning There was a paradox in the flooding , following a month so dry . Pequea Creek left its banks on t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Egg Gathering Time - Lancaster County [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Egg Gathering Time - Lancaster County LancasW _^ _Cbwifyt _seiftihg records of all son , is shown leaving the laying house with kinds in the poultry field , just added its -two baskets of eggs . Dick operates the farm share to January — Egg Month , dn th _$ Al- with his father , mother and sister _, vin Adams £ arm , _ RlXititz _, Dick Adams , a

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Top 23 * 75 for Thursday Sale , Average 23 . 01 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Top 23 * 75 for Thursday Sale , Average 23 . 01 Lancater Poultry Exchange ( Rohrerstown ) ( Sales ) ReportSale # 120 , Thursday , Jan . , 2 , 6 , 1956 ) — Prices held about steady _Thursday , Jan . 26 , with the preceding Tuesday sale of broilers here , with 119 , 250 birds m 36 lots selling from , 22 % to _23-Ji , including three lots of a total of 5 , 100 eapettes that sold at 22 % and 23 . Thirty-three lots averagejd 23 . 01 . , Robert J . Neff , Rl MiUersville ,. topped the market with 500 Hubbard off-color whites that went to J . Robert Charles , Lancaster . Sales by lot number , seller and _grovifcr _, lamount and breed , age by weeks and daiys , buyer and price follow 26-1 Miller _^ Bushong ( Wm . McPalls ) 7000 White Vantress , 10 Wks , ~ Harry H- Weaver , Jr ., 23 _& ; 26-2 , Paul C Bucher , 600 Meat-Packer Capettes , 14 wks , to Walter C- Melhnger , 23 ; 26-3 , Wm . C Schultz , 8000 White Vantress , 9-6 , to Mandate Poultry , 23 % ; 26-4 , Wm . C SChultz , 8000...

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PogsUp _» . 00 , Top $ 14 . 75 at Lancaster S . Y [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

PogsUp _» . 00 , Top $ 14 . 75 at Lancaster S . Y LANCASTER WEDNESDAY TO _WEDNESDAY REVIEW By David S . _Lorenson , Reporter USDA Market News Bureau CATTLE 3052 , week ago 2625 Compared with last Wednesday Slaughter steers mostly steady , Ibest action on weights 1200 Lbs and lighter Heifers mostly steady Cows unevenly 25 c lower ito 25 c higher , dcline mainly on utility and commercial ! cutters about steady and the advance on tanner grades Bulls steady to weak , instances 50 c lower on ( good 900-1100 lb butcher bulls Stockers and feedeis fully steady Supplies on sale this week about evenly divided between slaughter steers and stockers and feeders , a small showing of heifers and about 12 per cent of the total was . cows Most good and choice fed steers 950-1200 lbs $ 17 50-21 - 50 . several loads choice 13751512 lbs $ 18 00-18 75 . a part load _1030-4 _b prime steers $ 23 00 Commercial and good steers $ 15 0017 . 00 Commercial and good heifers S 14 50-16 50 , part load 833-1 _B mos...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

23 _^ 541 Birds * _< um Sell , Tuesday Rate Steady Lancaster Poultry Exchange ( _Rohrerstown , Pa . y ( . Satles-report , Sale # 121 , Tuesday , Jan . 31 , 1956 ) —Twelve lots of 23 , 541 birds were listed , offered and sold in Tuesday s sale here , with seven lots of 21 , 575 broilers moving from 24 to 24 % , two lots of 1 , 075 capettes at 26 to 26 % , and two lots of 891 fowl at 17 % and 18 _ / 4 ion Leghorns and 22 on heavies . Pmces the preceding Thursday ( averaged 23-01 . For the corresponding day a year ago , Tuesday , Feb . 1 , 1955 , eight lots of 37 , 450 birds were offered , three lots of 10 , 950 sold from 27 A to 27 % . Here are sales by lot _nvmniber , seller and grower , amount and breed , age by weeks and days , buyer and price : The first six lots , 31-1 _through . 31-6 , were grown and sold toy Red Rose Experimental Farm : 31-1 , 390 a _Meatpackers , 11 wks , to _Mandata Poultry , 24 ; 31-3 , 3600 IncKan River Cross , 10 wks , to _Hamy R Weaver , Jr ., ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

! LMs r _fttif _€ 0 V _^ _MAtfEfRK&ORS PETERBOROUGH , N . H . — A registered Guernsey cow , Liseter Mistress Joan , owned by Liseter Farm , Newitown Square , Pa ., has completed an official Advanced Registry record of 8 , 822 lbs of milk and 451 lbs of fat on three . times daily milking for 305 day ? and met calving requirements . She started her record a ~ s a junior two-year-old . This production represents approximately 4 , 100 quarts of high-quality milk , Joan is the daughter of thb registered Guernsey sire , McDonald Farm Fore Master , that , has five sons and tested daughters in Performance Register of the American Guernsey Cattle Club . This record was supervised by Pennsylvania State University and was reported to the American Guernsey Cattle Club for approval and publication . 10 PCT AA Qual large 45-48 Wihite 43 1 / 2-44 _Vj , Brown 42-43 medium white 40-41 , brown 40-41 . Extras , Mm . W POT A Qual Large 45-50 # wihite 41-43 , Ibrown none , mixed 40-42 1 . me...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer s Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSN 39 E . Chestnut St ., Lancaster , Pa . Ph . Lane . 3-3921 _Altmans Super-A Feeds are timed-tested , scientifically balanced , vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in hrce modern plants . Compare our prices . 4 70 - 4-15 3 45 4 . 05 4 70 3 95 360 4 . 10 . 430 Super A Dog-Meal 25 lbs 2 05 _Rabbjt Pellets 4 70 Purgrain Pigeon Breeding Feed with corn 7 90 without corn 8 20 Stazdry ( bale ) 2 20 Corn 310 Oats 2 90 20 % Blue Bird Dairy 2 85 Blue Bird AH Mash 3 65 Fine Chick Scratch Starter Grower Feed Broiler Ration 20 % Quality Horse Feed Cotton Seed Beet Pulp Egg Mash Meal ALTMANS CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H . WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Av « . Phone Lane . 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10 c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANCE MARKET-MAKER Thats the new Meatpacker Cross . . . Time and tune again top place and top price bird at . the Lancaster Poultry Exchange Wider breast—heavi...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

PRICED _4 _B& 0 MG CHAIN SAW _* v a jr _* - » IT ¦ _* is • the OMG V „ light yet power- \ e # B _i t » ful . Every ounce \ _ve * of saw is working _<— — for you You pay for power and get it 1 • tne OMG U completely automatic—transmifsion , clutch , clam oUty , starter 1 9 i the OMG is MALL made from stem to stern—your assurance of the _highest quality and finest _engineered chain saw nunufaaured . see this modern miracle of the rf am m age today—the OMG . Come in and give it a trial run I Snavely _ s Farm Service NEW HOLLAND PHONE 4-2214 No costly pipes or registers to install or clean ! look at these exclusive SIEGLER features • _Two-in-One Healmaker > Saves up to 50 % in fueL • Sieglermfltic Draft ends soot and smok * _• Silent-floating super _quiet motor mount • Lifetime porcelain enamel finish • 6-way directional Tropical Floor Heal • Cast iVon -onsrrocfion • Kleen-Fire burner , cleans as it heats • Summer cooling at the turn of a switch m _JirH...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Interstat _^ Miik _ Locals Convene In Quarryville By LF Staff R « porter Nearly 300 persons attended the _annual dinner meeting of the Quarryville and Southern Lancaster County locals of District 11 , Interstate Milk Producers Cooperative at Memorial-Method-ist Church Parlors in Quarryville Thursday . Pins and certificates were awarded thirteen 25-year members or their representatives , with William Reid , Oxford , director of District 11 , presiding . Honored were J . Andrew Burkens , Drumore ; Robert C . Burkens , Drumore ; David Byers , Rl New Providence ; Bertha L . Irwin . R 3 Quarryville ; I . Rella and Charles H Kachel ; Elmore E . Probsit , Drumore , Joseph E Smith , R 2 Quarryville ; Lewis J . Beck , J Percy and Ira W Martin , Rl Holtwood ; Donald R . Overly , Peach Bottom ; Joseph S Terrell , Rl Peach iBottom ; and Howard D Wagner , Rl Quarryville Charles McSparran Chairman Charles McSparran was chairman of the meeting and Leon Kreider led group singing . An octet fiom the...

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Farm Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Farm Calendar FEBRUARY Feb 1-29 _T - _Daury Farming Short Course , Pennsylvania _^ U Feb . 1-29 - Livestock _Famming Short Course Pennsylvania U . Feb . 2 — Society of Farm Women 2 , home of Mrs . Joseph Best , R 2 , Kirkwood . „ Feb 11 — Farm Society 7 , Leacock Presbyterian Church social rooms . Feb . 7 - Board of Directors Meeting , Lancaster County Farmers Asso , Fred Solienbergear home , Narvon Feo . 13 — Farm meeting on anhydrous ammonia , at L H Brubaker s store , R 3 Lititz , 7 30 pm Feb . 14 — Society of Farm Women No . 22 meeting at the home of Mrs Paul Miller , Lan ¬ caster R 7 Bandage sewFeb . 14 — Society of Farm Women No . 22 covered dish social ; members husbands will be guests . Farm Bureau Building , Lancaster . Feb . 15 — Deadline for requests to be placed on spray service letter mailing list , Harry S . _Sloat , Associate Lancaster county agentFeb . 22 - Annual Meeting , Lancaster County District of Southeastern Pennsylvania Artifical Breeding Cooperative , Landis...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Amos Funk Wins Sixth Term on * Soil Board Here Amos H Funk , Rl Millersville , has been elected to his isixth iterm as a member of the Lancaster County Soil Conservation District . Also reelected were Henry H Hackman , R 2 Manheim , vice president , and Wayne B . Rentschler , Lampeter , as sec-retary-treasurer The district s annual meeting will be Feb 23 at 7 30 p . m in the Lampeter-Strasburg High school Associate directors will meet at 1 p m Jan 25 in tha Farm Bureau Building , Lancaster Approved as new cooperators were Norman G . Forney , R 4 Litltz , 89 acres , David E Buckwalter , R 3 Lititz , 73 acres , and Ronald Goidley , R 3 Manheim , 22 acres . Charles H Pearce was appointed commissioner-director , leplacmg -Harry R Metzler on the Board . The pi ice of olive oil m the United States will rise , experts predict as Sipam suspends exp _ orts .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

g _^ hm _d&trMmAKi _^ _Minners * _Ve- r Winners of the essay contest on the subject Full Utilization of Our Land Resources Through Truck and Bus Trans , portation at Solanco High School were , left to right : first , Robert Paul Bucher , 16 , Rl Peach Bottom ; second , Marion L Findley , 16 , R 3 Quarryville , and third , William H . Gross , 16 , Kirkwood . First prize was a steer or heifer choice not to exceed ~ fl 50 value from Herr s Motor Express , Quarryville ; second was $ 75 to be used in a project under supervision of the vo-ag instructor , awarded by B . S . Warfel and Sonsand third was $ 50 under similar conditions from David Stony Eschbach , Jr . ( Lancaster Farming Photo ) .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Although eight years have . _parsed since the beginning of the Marshall Pfan , foreign aid is stiM higiMy _controversial .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

_, LOOKING FOR RESULTS ? Try WIR Complete THMORC Chick Starter Here s an economical feed that is especially well suited for starting replacement chicks . It is high m quality proteins and other factors known to be needed health . _( this dependable ration Available contains the vitamins and for early chick growth and • Youll save money with in mash , pellets and crumbles — with medication against coccidiosis . Why not try it and check the results for yourself ? WIRTHMORE FEEDS HIESTAND , INC . GLEEN H . HERR S _$££ _& _>\ M « fiett « t j / _mQ _PU _6-9301 _Manbeim RD 1 , Ph . _Landitville 3547 _™! g _% 7 LeROY M . SENSENIG _JCLEV ! E . HOOBER >> v _£ C _\^ / Hinkletown Intercoune Ph . _Ephrata 3-2009 Ph 8-3431

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Belmont 97 Per Cent Pure _Agricultural Limestone _alcium Oxide .. 30 % agnesium Oxide 20 % ilcium Equivalent 57 % Wenger & Sensenig Co Phone Gap HI 2-4500 KD 1 , Paradise , Pa .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

BENSON ASKS EQUAL TIME Whether it s within the province of Lancaster Farm ing to turn radio-TV critic or not , a reply to the Jan . 26 Ed Murrow See It Now — The Farm Problem ; a Crisis of Abundance on CBS television is deemed necessary . For 45 minutes the cameras swung around the nation , filming the small farmer-being forced out of business _, the big farmer waxing rich on government subsidy . Many of the scenes were familar ta Lancaster Farming s staff . The conclusion only can be that distress cases were picked up and given as a measure of the American agricultural problem . At the _farm sale , . the lenses focused on the farmer being forced out of business . In another sweep , they rested momentarily on a neighboring farmer in this distress area . There s a Roadmaster in his garage , two planes he owns on the landing strip behind the barn . Times have been tough in that neighborhood . Taxes ( sometimes as high as $ 3 an acre or more ) go on despite three years that have reduce...

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