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

Altman's 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 ALTMAN'S CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H. WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Av«. Phone Lane. 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANCE

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

PRICED _4B&0MG 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 9i 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

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

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer's Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS'N 39 E. Chestnut St., Lancaster, Pa. Ph. Lane. 3-3921

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Untitled Article [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-Methodist 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. R3 Quarryville; I. Rella and Charles H Kachel; Elmore E. Probsit, Drumore, Joseph E Smith, R2 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 Solanco High School sang two numbei...

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Untitled Article [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, R2, 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, R3 Lititz, 7 30 pm Feb. 14 — Society of Farm Women No. 22 meeting at the home of Mrs Paul Miller, Lan¬ caster R7 Bandage sew-Feb. 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 agent-Feb. 22 - Annual Meeting, Lancaster County District of Southeastern Pennsylvania Artifical Breeding Cooperative, Landisville Fire Hall, 7:30 p. m Fe...

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Untitled Article [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, R2 Manheim, vice president, and Wayne B. Rentschler, Lampeter, as secretary-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, R4 Litltz, 89 acres, David E Buckwalter, R3 Lititz, 73 acres, and Ronald Goidley, R3 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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Untitled Article [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, R3 Quarryville, and third, William H. Gross, 16, Kirkwood. First prize was a steer or heifer choice not to exceed~fl50 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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Untitled Article [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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Untitled Ad [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 • You'll 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 _PU6-9301 _Manbeim RD1, 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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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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

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

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Untitled Article [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 reduced farm inco...

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

Gratitude Lesson for February 5, 1956 /Gratitude is not a lost art; _^- " but it is a rare one. Ten men were cured of the same disease at the same time, but only one took time off to be thankful. When you hear people complaining about other pe'ople_, one of the most frequent complaints is that So-and-so was not grateful. "He never said thank you . . . She took it for granted . . . They never wrote me . . . After all I'd done for them, they let me alone . . . With him it's all take and no give . . .'• Many of these complaints are _Br- Foreman true, although (to be honest about it) many of them come from people who aren't too grateful themselves. , Why Don't They Come Back? When Jesus cured those ten lepers, even he seems to have been surprised that only one of them came back to thank him. We don't know, but perhaps we can venture a guess, as to why nine-tenths of those men who had felt the miracle-working power of God, went their unthankful ways _m silence Once man may have...

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

MossiCovered Tracks. Cause Trolley Runaway 50 Years Ago By Jack Reichard The motorman' operating a trolley on the Kawlmsville'Martic Forge line on Tuesday evening, Jan. 30, 1906, lost control of the car when it suddenly gathered momentum and went racing down a hill near Mt. Nebo at a great rate of speed. A moss covered * track prevented the motorman from holding the trolley with the band brake. Fortunately the car kept to the rails and no one was hurt. Boy Kicked By Colt Enos Trout, youngest son of Mr- and -Mrs- Frank J Trout, iBart Twp, suffered a deep cut on the head and severe chest bruises when kicked by a colt. It was reported that the animal was not shod, saving .the " youth from more serious injury. Kicked by _fllule At Truce, J F. Wiggins was kicked by a mule and knocked to the ground, while assisting his son to halter the anim'al. The son carried his unconscious father to the house, where it was learned later that no bones were broken. His body was severely bruised....

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

Voice Of Lancaster Farms AND FARM FRIENDS (Readers are invited to write comments on Lancaster Farming, about current events, or other topics. letters should be brief, and must be signea. Names will be withheld if requested. — t, tutor;. TO BRADFORD COUNTY LINCOLN UNIVERSITY — Enclosed please find check for $1.00. Will you please send Lancaster Farming to Donald Bruce, Troy ('Bradford County) Pa. I take the paper and sent them several copies at Christmas time and they Jaked it, so I thought I would -send it to them. — Thank you . — Willis F. Sturgis. FROM WASHINGTON BORO _WASHINGTON BORO — I have' enjoyed the issues of Lancaster Farming you sent to our locality and am enclosing check for $1 00 for our one-year subscription. — Mrs. Florence K. Shultz_. LIKES HOUSEHOLD NEW HOLLAND — Please enter our subscription for one year. Check enclosed. Enjoyed the pap* er very much but missed a few issues by being careless " and not _subscribing early. I enjoy the i>ecipes very much-...

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

25 Years Ago Ground Hogs in Session Twenty-five years ago this week all rofeds led to _Quarryville for members of the Slumbering Ground Hog Lodge attending the annual banquet. - - Falling ' m line in the center of town, and with members crowned in hooded headgear and carrying lighted red lanterns, the procession moved slowly to St. Paul's Church to the beat of a bass drum and brass cymbals. Heads Manufacturers J. Roland Gilbert, formerly of Quarryville, was elected president * of the Lancaster Manufacturers' Association at the annual reorganization meeting. Gilbert was (also president of the Lancaster Press, Inc. Form Dramatic Club Thirty students of the Quar-

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

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

Background Scripture: Luke 17:1-19 DtrotlonsI Reading: Psalm 100.

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