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

GdvertftH* _iieader Appeals for Farm Attention, Ueview of legislation Lancaster Farming herewith publishes the full text of the message delivered Jan. "16, 1956 by George M. Leader, Qoveraor t>f the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania): To the Honorable, the Members of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: For many years our Commonwealth has enjoyed the benefits of a vigorous and progressive farm _community which has contributed to ,j)ur prosperity and has 'won for us National acclaim. Today our Pennsylvania farmers, along with the farmers of the Nation are caught in a vise of rising costs for the things they buy and declining prices for their crops As a result, the cash income of Pennsylvania farmers has fallen off more than ten per cent in the past three years. Although the agricultural economy is basically a National probdem, there are areas in which you, as legislators, and I, as Governor, can act to assist this vital segment of our population. I ask ...

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

Uassified Idvertisinff \ FARMS FOR SALE boK j.99 acres With 22 acre meadow [d woodland8 room stone ihome 1 convenienbeslarge stone and "ame barn, other buildings. Very _iw price. ; [¦RASBWRG -73 acres6 room stone Home_, irn and othier buildings. A _real due «t *h_« new low *> rice _of ily $17,000- LEO I. HAIN, INC. REALTORS , N. Duke St. Dial 7-8131 LANCASTER FOR SALE RESRATTUS AREARIN bait ((rough grind) pound !box > 098 pound box 325 ait your dealer or J. C. Bhriich Co 736 E CheBtntit St. } LanicasterPa. _[ 3-2489 3-0309 rFree delivery anywhere- m _ancaster County. _K.LSBURY'S VACCINES REI _dufced Newcastle and 3ronirtis, Water-application _Yzc See >ur _Salilslbury dealer rapresentave—F. W. Fisher, Ph. Leola -2482. Leacook, Lane. County. DR SALE: Majestic Kitchen Range- in A-l condition. Coal Wood Moving to this location_, ave no need for some. Phone izabethtown 73976. PANTED TO BUY- — 2000 old _fbarn pigeons, will pay 50 cents _tr pair delivered to ...

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

Mail Box Market FOR SALE—Speed Queen Electric Washer _ used very little. Reasonable apply any _evening jafter 6 pm. Donald B. Hereihey, Compass, Pa Phone Gap'CSSR'IK. FOR SALE—25 acre fcinm, sand stone, 8 room house, flomar miM, sand stone saw ufl, _Iairge lake, water power, also building lots, Route 73 south- end of _©owmansville H F. _VomNieda _Narvon Rl. 1, FOR SALE—,16 mdfc cans,85 lfe. call Denver "7-8558. M- E\' 'Ger hart Stevens Pa. IR1. Chair Candwg neatly tione wiilh free varnishing, if desired. Ca3_i _fctrasbuxig GV-7-3709. FOR RENT-JStome _faftm fetmd also pasture Hear _Wrijghtsdale. Parke Rhode-wait, NottiMglham RD1 Phone Oxford 43J4. FOR SALE—nAiMalfa Hay. <First, Second and Third Cutting. Very Good No rain Evans B. Dague Boyds Corner, Parkesburg, Pa. Phone Parkesburg 518J. helpful impact upon _ our farm economy Only by attacking on every front the problems -which confront our farmers can we Assure a thriving farm community in Pennsylvania in the years ahead ...

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

SUBSCRIBER'S BONUS Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming and receive FREE one advertisement each month in our Mail Box Market _Subscriber, uting the MAIL BOX MARKET will be governed by the following rule's: if Limit _yoor advertisement to five lines which means not over 25 words. id AH Advertisements mast be in our hands by Monday 6 P.M or same will be beld over for next week's pajer. *|C Only one advertisement allowed each month. if No _bosiness advertisements accepted for this column. if Ton are allowed to ran the advertisement only oqe time-Send in no duplication. if Please mail ail advertisements me of MAIL BOX MAR KET, LANCASTER FARMING. QUARRYYILLE. PA. !

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

JOHN D. GRAHAM A. H. BURKHOLDER TELEPHONE 37O-R4 _TELEPHONE 17S & GRAHAM BURKHOLDER ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 OUARRYVILLE. PA _^

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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

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Detectives at Oak Hill Turning to Horses, Chase Thieves: Date? 1912 Here is the second of a series of articles _prepared » for Lancaster Farming by Charles Slentz of Quarryville. a look fiom years ago: At the annual get-together of the Detective _Associations Union at Oak Hill early in January, 1912, one very important piece of routine business preceded adjournment of the meeting of the union which comprised ten companies. That 'item was "appointing 14 horse-back riders, who vill be ready to mount their high spirited hoises to run down thieves" , While there was no publicized account of what thieveries were thwarted by these wgilantes during 1911, the Intercourse Detective Association had a one-theft record for a 12-month period, 19 years later. Accordingly, this alent group, conceded to be "one of the oldest organizations of its kind in the country," virtually threatened to go out of business when it reviewed this inactivity at its 79th annual report meeting, end of 1930 "O...

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

The Weather Bureau's 30-day outlook for mid-January to mid-F-ebruary calls for temperatures to average above seasonal normals in the western half of the country. East of the Mississippi generally below normal temperatures are indicated, except for near normal in the Great Lakes area and the Northeast. Precipitation is expected to be subnor_. mal in the southern half of the nation. Greater than normal amounts of rain and snow are predicted for , the Northeast, | Northwest, and northern Rocky Mountain States, with near normal elsewhere. . i

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

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

Three County Residents Die In Auto Crash Tobacco Co-Op Board 3 Years Three well-known Southern Lancaster County residents were killed instantly m an aulomobiletruefcj collision near Morehead_, Ky Saturday. Those killed were: Thomas W. Matthews, 52, Quarryville, concrete block manufacturer; His wife, Katie Eshleman Matthews, 53, and Mrs. Clayton M Woerth, 53, Nickel Mines Returning from a vacationbusiness tap ra Florida and Louisiana, the three were riding with Mr. Woerth when the car skidded, colliding with a truck on an ice-coated bridge eight miles west of Morehead, Ky, at Farmers Well-Known Here Mr Matthews was well-known among many Lancaster County fanners, especially among mushroom growers, who were extensive users of concrete blocks produced by the Quairyville Concrete Products Co, of . which he was a partner with A H. Burkholder. Mrs Matthews was the daughter of the late Ezra M and Adeline _Waifel Estielman, born and raised in the Chestnut Level community. All three...

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Untitled Article [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 weather-But that didn't 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 factories-Called 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 for fo...

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Untitled Article [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 the west end...

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Untitled Article [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

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

Top 23*75 for Thursday Sale, Average 23.01 Lancater Poultry Exchange (Rohrerstown) (Sales) Report-Sale #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 White Vantress and Red Vantress, 9-6, to Grimes & Hauer...

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Untitled Article [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 25c lower ito 25c higher, dcline mainly on utility and commercial! cutters about steady and the advance on tanner grades Bulls steady to weak, instances 50c lower on (good 900-1100 l'b 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 1375-1512 lbs $18 00-18 75. a part load 1030-4'b prime steers $23 00 Commercial and good steers $15 00-17.00 Commercial and good heifers S14 50-16 50, part load 833-1'B mostly good heifers $17 25 U...

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Untitled Article [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, 390a _Meatpackers, 11 wks, to _Mandata Poultry, 24; 31-3, 3600 IncKan River Cross, 10 wks, to _Hamy R Weaver, Jr., 24; 31-5_^ 3000 Indian River Cross. 10 wks, to Horace W. Lpngacre, ...

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

!LMs r fttif'_€0V_^ 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. medium white 40-41, brown none, mixe...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

MARKET-MAKER That's the new Meatpacker Cross . . . Time and tune again top place and top price bird at .the Lancaster Poultry Exchange Wider breast—heavier legs—bigger size—put the Meatpacker Cross on top 1 White feathering makes cleaning and dressing _easiei ' _<Big meaty body keeps dressing weight loss down, gets premium price from poultry buyers ' COST-SAVER ' That's the new Meatpacker Cross . A bud that practically grows while you watch Goes well over three pounds in 10 weeks — uses less feed to get there too ' Disease lesistance makes the Meatpacker Cross hardy, cuts early chick loss ' LET THIS NEW BIRD PROVE ITSELF IN YOUR FLOCK Order Meatpacker Cross Chicks for 1956 delivery Call or Write. _^ GoUfus _HattkwU4.,I«t. _f\&F R. D. #3, Lititz, Pa. Phone 6-2407 V y _^_T _^W- Exclusive hatchery for THE MEATPACKER CROSS !

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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