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

New Officers - Farm Women 11 Mrs. Abner Musser of The Buck here hands the President's gavel to Mrs. James Retzer, Rl Oxford, while Mrs. Harry Shank of R2 Quarryville looks on. Installation of new officers was at a recent meeting in Quarryville. (Lancaster Farming Photo).

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

BY THE Savings addeJ to your account here by the 10th of the month earn from th; 1st here, why not open one right _aivay ' A convenient amount will get you started. Good earnings paid on savings, here, help your account grow faster 1 Current Dividend , GL per Anrwm _ASSOCIATION LANCASTER f/ mmi 25 North Dnke st _-/t218 ~l|l||| lz tHmMlfirfil _^111IIV Phone 7-5898 «\ _£« _» _Ernlen H. Zellers, Secretary & Treasurer

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

MUSSER CROSSES FOR MORE PROFIT IF you want low cost, large bodied leghorn pullets, that will be ready to lay early next Fall—THAT will "lay large white eggs and" give you sub¬ stantial profit—THEN order your chicks breeder,) in your own lines within their own direct from a (closed-flock locality, who crosses blood flock— THUS furnishing you with the type of resistance . best fitted to combat local health problems. ORDER— . __ MUSSER LEGHORNS — For Eggs DONEGAL CROSSES — For Broilers " DONEGAL LEGHORN CROSSES—For Meat & Eggs MUSSER LEGHORN FARMS MOUNT- JOY 3-4911

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

Wolgemuth Bros., Inc. FOR POULTRY & LIVESTOCK Florin Pennsylvania Phones.: Mount Joy 3-9551 & 3-8311

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

FARMERS Complete Tax Service 'i_^rmma INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED! FOR APPOINTMENT CALL A. F. TERRANOVA 508 Ridge Road Elizabethtown 7-54 ' 92 ~~

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

DR. E. R GEHMAN OPTOMETRIST EXAMINATION OF EYES 42 So. Pnnte St., Lancaster Pa OFFICE HOURS . r _,9 A. M. TO 5 P. M NO OFFICE HOURS THURSDAYS

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

Truck Economical, Fast, Flexible, Essay Contest Winner Asserts First place winner in the Essay Contest at Southern Lancaster County Joint Community High School was Robert Paul Bucher, JU Poach Bottom, who here has _developed the theme, "Full Utilization of Our Land Resources Through Truck and Bus Transportation." Robert, 16. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Bucher, was award jm m***?*— • >¦—• —«*¦*» in _m ROBERT PAUL BUCHER ed his choice of a steer or heifer, value not to exceed $150,_by Herr's Motor Express, Quarryville. He Was two sisters, Joyce and Linda. iBefore entering Solanco. he was ia student at F«Iton Township Elementary School. At Solanco he is active in the Groundhog Chapter, Future Farmers of America, football, he's president of ithe Junior class, on the FFA Sentinel and the County FFA Sentinel. Robert is 'active in 4-H and the Church of Brethren Youth Fellowship. His supervised farming project as ' a Freshman was one Jersey calf. His projects increased year...

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

Washington Notes Secretary of Defense _Ohairfe E. Wilson has ruled out the possibility of enough cuts in military spending to balance the budget in the next fiscal year. He declared that $34' billion would be a rock bottom figure on military spending. Both he and Secretary of'the Treasury Humphrey agreed _that higher Federal tax receipts still _mights bring <the budget into balance. SLUM CLEARANCE The Federal Housing Administration made, its first mortgage commitment in a program designed to enable private enterprise to replace slums with modern housing. The commitment covered the billion dollar urban redevelopment project in Harlem. _^ * j ¦ GERMAN REUNIFICATION . The reunification of Germany ¦" within /the framework of a plan for European" Security" has been assigned top priority at the forthcoming Big Four meeting in Geneva, by the foreign ministers of the United States, Great Britain and -France. ARMY MANPOWER The Army has requested a 3,000 increase in monthly dra...

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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

Spring JVeeds ORDER NOW Field Seeds Prices are lowest in 20 years. Alfalfa Red Clover Alsike Seed Potatoes Cobblers Katadins Kennebec Vigoro GEOFF'S HARDWARE New Holland Ph. 40851

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

278R2 175 QUARRYMLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO THOMAS J. MATTHEWS, Gen. M«r. Concrete or Cinder Block Phone Chimney Block and Lintel

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

It's The Law "it' s the Law" with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in _cooperation with I h T Pennsylvania Bar Association- General interest questions * re welcomed, and will be answeredas soon as possible. Letters must be signed. * Answer will not be published on a specfied requested day. Questions rannot be answered by mail, and fiNCASTER FARMING wil reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest. Address nil inquiries to "It'_t the JawT" LANCASTER FARMING Quarryville. Pa. q I am 20 years old and the sole driver of a car that is titled in my father's name. My father neither drives nor has a driver's license. To what extent would my father be liable ior any accident j n which I might become involved' Assuming that the automobile insurance policy is .written in the name of the owner of the car, would my father and I be equally protected, regardless of who owned the car? The policy states that the owner of the car is covered together with anyone who ...

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

Red Meat Demand! Much Higher in Year Jiist Ended Harrisburg, — Lower prices to consumers created a greater demand far red meat from Pennsylvania slaughtering establishments during the first 11 months of last year, the State _Department of Agriculture reported today-There was an advance of more than > 35 million lbs during the period, Federal-State surveys showed, a good share of it in pork _products which increased heavily in the fall months as spring pigs reached market weights . Red meat production for January-November totaled 803,528,- 000 lbs m Pennsylvania compared with 768,233,000 for the same period in 1955, the Department said. For November the output of _commercial slaughter plants in the State came to 81,295,000 lbs, dressed weight, of beef cattle, calves, hogs, sheep and -lambs. This compares with nearly 80 million lbs in October and almost 79 million lbs m November of last year. __ For the United States, red meat production for the January - November perio...

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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

_& _i/llL WISCONSIN Heavy-Duty *_£//_fe^^iNGINES! PER HORSEPOWER HOURS OF SERVICE if MORE PORTABILITY <k MOST HORSEPOWER 4-Cycle Single Cylinder, 2-Cylinder and V-type 4_«Cyl BART'S Authorized Repair & Service 1952 Landis Valley Rd. Lancaster Ph. _21568

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

EMPLOYMENT}. Employment in non'agricultural establishments, is at a record peak, according to t_}ie Bureau of Labor Statistics. A shortage of skilled workers in many industries is reported. March 6 — Along the road leading from Maytown to Bainbridge, Route No. 241, at the village of Chickentown, stock, implements and household furniture by Chester Ney. March 7 — Along the road leading tfrom Manheim to Lancaster, known as the Fruitville Pike, stock and implements by William Bredthauer. March 8 — About seven miles east of Elizabethtown close to Chiques Church, stock and im¬ plements by C. B. Oberholtzer. March 8 — East of Lancaster along _Tloute 30, at the Guernsey Sales Pavilion, 75 head of purebred, bloodtested, accredited Guernseys, sale managed by Wm. Juzi, for P.G.BA., Harrisburg, Pa. March 9 — Along the road from Maytown to Bainbridge, Route No- 241, one-half mile from Maytown, on the Joe Bixler Farm, stock and implements by Jay W- Brandt. March 10 — Close to ponegal Springs...

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

Lancaster County Sales Dates Claimed Feb. 4 — Farm Equipment, £ mi. north of Manheim on Mast _ersonviffle Road, Carl Enck. _~Feb. 4 — Tractors, farm equip ment, midway between Gap and White Horse, % mi- off Route §9 . 7, household goods, 12 noon — George E. Hoar. Saturday, Feb. 4 — 12 o'clock. Two miles east of Kirkwood in Colerain Twp-, Lancaster Co. Pa Cattle, farming implements and household goods by Carl Probst, Feb. 4 — #207 North Market Street, Elizabethtown, real esitate. Robert R. Resconsm-Feb. 7 — Simon S. King, Vk mi- north of Cochranville (W. Fallowfield Twp.), Chester. Co., livestock, farming implements, 12 noon. Feb. 8 — Wm. Z- & Paul Z. Martin, farm equipment, 11 a. m-Feb. 9 — Ira A. Kurtz, % mi. north of Morgantown (Berks Co), farm machinery, 12 noon. Feb. 9 _ Clyde E. Keener 1% tni north of Lancaster (intersec Rts 77 & 230), farm machinery, 60 (tractors. Feb 11 — Livestock, imple ments, near Union Square, Wil bur Stoner- Feb. 11 — Household,...

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

Extension v*- _, / »>* Association Meet Feb. 14 The annual meeting of the _Lancaster County Extension Association will be Tuesday evening, Feb. 14, at 6-30 in the social Room-of the First Presbyterian Church, 136 East Orange, Lancaster. County extensiQn workers will give brief reports on the educational program conducted during the year. A short business session will be held, with election of an Extension Executive Committee Guest speaker will be Rev- James R. Carroll, Central Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, N- Yi former Chestnut Level pastor iand (an active 4-H club leader in the southern end of the county. The 4-H Holstein Quartet will sing. , Advance reservations are required jf or the evening meal, with a deadline of noon, Friday, Feb. 10. _^ Tickets may be obtained from any- member of the present Executive Committee or the Extension office, County Agricultural Agent M M- Smith advises- Those who cannot attend _>the evening meal are _welcome to come tor the remai...

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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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