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

Parts and Service Headquarters for OLIVER—t£?X»USON Farm Equipment GMC Trucks See The Hershey Trans n _^ planter For Your Sp ing Planting N. G. flershey MANHEIM, PA Phone 52271

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

O&D Shavings, * _^ Phone. MANHEIM excellent C OQAC for you ... 0- «_£«3UO i Prompt Delivery Service! . . . . for _cleali, dry houses fertilizer, and real savings A Ton of SHA V1NGS goes twice as tar O&D Sawdust Co 109 North Main Street MANHEIM, PA

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

Send Your Livestock To J. R WARFEL INC Union Stock Yards Lancaster, Pa. We sell on commission, CATTLE, CALVES, HCGS, SHEEP and LAMBS Phone Lancaster 7-8811

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

Stanley H. Deiter Auctioneer Appraiser 1906 Willow St-PIke PH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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

Carl _Diller Auctioneer and Cow Tester Refton, Pa. Ph. Quarryville307RS

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

from Years Ago: Power _Redeced As Water Level Drops; Millwheels Stop (Here is another in a series of items written, for Lancaster Farming by Charles Slentz of Quarryville. It's a look into the past, re-recording highlights that are interesting. — Editor). "Power was reduced greatly" Because xt was, that fact amply justified complaints by la number of millers whose operations depended upon sufficient water to turn their millwheels. These complaints terminated m a suit against the water company of an up-county borough, back in January, 1906 The Clarion, of New Holland, gives the story: "The New Holland Water Company _wtas sued by eight millers along Mi'll Creek, who claimed that the water of Mill Creek was so much less that their power was reduced greatly New Holland, of course, derived its water supply from the springs at the source of this stream" — So, for the unfortunate millers involved, it was a case of "Less (rather than more) power to you ' " And, as for _thS otarmer who...

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

Mail Box Market FOR SALE- -No 1 CoibWer ipotatoes Gauranteed good-Sound potatoes Aaron M Wenger Box 100 RD1 Bareville, Pa. % Mi. North of Bareville. PRICED TO MOVE —Bairn cleaner, % H. P cooler com>pressure, egg wa'sJher, greemerop loader, aar icoirjpressure, wagon unloader-Aaron Zimmerman East Earl RD Pa. FOR SALE—1200 Eggs Peerless electric incubator like new David A Martin Bird-in-Hand RD1 1 mile north of Leacock, FOR SALE—22"x38" all steel "fthresShwxg machine witih blower and weigher Daniel M. Hoover RDl Bareville. FOR SALE—25 acre farm, sand stone, 8 room bouse, _flontr null, sand stone saw mill, large lake, water power, also ibuilding lots, Route 73 soutih' end of Bowmans _ville H F. _VonNueda Narvon Rl.

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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

SUBSCRIBER'S BONUS Subscribe Now to Lancaster _Farming and receive FREE one advertisement each month in our Mail Box Market Subscribers using the MAIL BOX MARKET will be governed by the following rales: -jfc- Limit your advertisement to five lines which means nol over 25 words. it All Advertisements must be in _oor bands by Monday 6 P, M or same will be held over for next week's paper. -+_( Only, one advertisement allowed each monlb. _^ No busin ess advertisements accepted for this column, •_fc You are allowed to run the advertisement only one time-Send in no duplication. * Please mail all advertisements ore of MAIL BOX MAR KET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYVILLE, PA. !

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

_,Wage Cost on Farms Now at Record Highs More Turkeys To Be Raised HARRISBURG — Farmers _oJ Pennsylvania are now paying alltime lecord wage lates for hired help m spite of a 10 per cent decline m total cash receipts foi _itheir products dunngt he past four years, Dr William L Henrung, State Secietary of Agnculture, declaied today. Competition with industrial and other employment in holding skilled workeis on the farms has ¦aided in 'tightening the 'costprice squeeze" on Keystone State Jarmers. he said Costs Up, Receipts Down During the year 1954 production costs on Pennsylvania farms advanced $11 million while farm cash receipts dropped nearly $36 million, accoiding to Federal-Staite surveys As of January 1, 1956, the index of composite farm wage rates was 591 per cent above the 1910-14 base for Pennsylvania, the records show The composite rate per hour was 72 5 cents compared with 68 8 cents a year earlier The composite i*ate is an average of all classifications of farm w...

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

June 1 will be the probable western Chester County. Booms cover 42,000 square feet through 6 at Gap, 4 through 1 completion date of the new - Roughly in the shape of a huge —almost an acre—in _Iavo floors, at Atglen and 3 through 12 at $2,5000,000 Octoraro Junior-Se- X, split by a semi-circular en- Students will be drawn from Co"chranville. mor High School, the construction trance hall, the structure covers Octoraro, West _Fallowfield, High- Properly, the school is known superintendent advised Octoraro more than two acres of ithe . 40- land, Londonderry, West Sads- as the Octoraro Area Junior- Se> Newspapers today. ' acre school grounds bury and Sadsbury Townships, mor High _Jchool, under th_« Throughout, cooperation from Modern design has been " in- and Christiana, Atglen and Octoraro Area School Autho all concerned an the construe- corporated in every inch of the Parkesburg - rity, Parkesburg, Pa. tion has been 100 per cent," Ed 100,000 square feet flour space " Two 300-f...

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Benson Given Half Hour on CBS for Reply Heads Poultry Exchange Again Washington, (USDA) The U. S Department of Agriculture today made public the text of a. letter which has been sent by Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson to Mr Frank Staniton, President of the Columbia Broadcasting System, 485 Madi* son Avenue, New York, N. Y.: Dear Mr. Stanton. A few days ago I appeared briefly on Mr. Edward R. Murrow_'S "See It Now" program. I felt that the few minutes allotted to me for comment were inadequate to clear up what I distinctly feel was a distorted impression of farm conditions given by see* _tions of Mr Murrow's presentation In 'fairness to farmers, to your metropolitan audiences and to the Department of Agnculture which I have 'the honor _> serve, I respectfully request an early opportunity to set the recoid straight on several important points ~~ Although the Murrow show occupied a full hour, I believe half of that time would be sufficient for the presentatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Prices Lower Receipts Gain At Stock Yards Cattle receipts on the Lancaster market gained 2-3 per cent last year over the preceding year, however depressed markets, general all over the nation, lowered dollar values . Cattle receipts totaled 269,477- m 1955 r-an increase of 6,308'for the year. Dollar value was almost $2 3 million for all species combined Market patrons last year received $56,760,9,80.47, or 5 4-per cent under 1954 when $60,056 _^ - 424 55 was paid The alt-time peak was 1951, when dollar volume figured $92,925,649 32 A total of 543,554 head of Jivestosk came into the Lancaster market last year, compared to 458,935 in 1954, and 465,299 m 1953 For the three yeais, here are comparative figuies cattle, 1955 —' 269,477; 1954 — 263,169, 1953 — 267,743; calves — 1955 — 60,024; 1954 — 63,507, 1953 — 60,454; hogs, 1955 — 97,842, 1954 — 101,821, 1953 — 108,816; sheep, 1955 — 26,211, 1954 — 30,438; 1953 — 28,286-Hogs during the past year were especially precarious pricew...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

January Sale of Poultry Increases January sales of poultry at Lancaster P o u 11 ry Exchange Rohrerstown, ranged from- 18% to 25 on broilers in nine sales. There were 243 lots listed, 237 lots totaling 674,156 birds offered. Sales totaled 217 lots, 619.816 birds, of which 597,055 were broilers, 14,475 capetfces, 4,295 Leghorn fowl, and 1,200 heavy fowl. Groundhog Sees No Shadow Along Octoraro Creek Spring is here, according to the Quarryville groundhog, and spring is six weeks away, according to j one evoking similar forecasting claims at another station in Pennsylvania. Divide the difference and you may have some idea of how much more winter we'll have. This year the slumbering lodge along the banks of Octoraro Creek jumped into the field of nutrients and came- up with a man-sized groundhog - that had been gently fed saprozoic vitamins, produced from a contraption that beggars description There was no shadow there There couldn't be. Even the patient observer, who was soaked to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Guernseys Set Records for Two Area Herds PE1ERBOROUGH, N HJerome H .Rhoads, Kirkwood Pa, is the owner of two registered Guernseys that have recently _^ completed Herd Improvement Registry production records according to a report from the American Guernsey Cattle Club Milked tw .o times daily while on test, Cadet's Vera of Rhoadsacres_, a seven year-old, produced 10,583 lbs of milk and 570 lbs of fat m 305 days, and met calving requirements This production represents approximately 5100 quarts of high-qu ' ahty milk Cadet's Chi of Rhoadsacres, a junior four year-old,. produced 11,577 lbs of milk and 513 lbs of ifat in 305 days, and met calving requirements. She " was milked two times daily. This production represents approximately 5500 quarts of highquality milk. Rutter Bros., York Penna., just purchased the Guernsey sire, Ideal's Patty's Superior, from Jacob Tanis, Augusta, New Jersey, according to the American Guernsey Cattle Club This richly bred bull is out of the high-pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Hoober Renamed Livestock Mart Exchange Chief John M- Hoober, who will rack up 50 years service in the Lancaster Stock Yards m the fall of 1958, Tuesday was reelected to his 18th consecutive term as president of the Lancaster Live Stock Exchange. This will make more than 20 terms Mr. Hoober has served in this capacity, as he was in that office a few years prior to what has become his long-term election in 1938. All other officers were renamed: J. _Pr Warfel, vice president, W- S. Bixler, secretary; W. M. Dunlap, Sr-, treasurer, and W M. Dunlap, assistant treasurer. Mr. Hoober came to the Lancaster Yards in 1908 * , first working with his father, Aaron Hoober. _T_^Bebween 1916 and 1920 he was with the firm of Hoober & Potts, and from 1920 to 1924 with his father in the A. Hoober & Son Commission Co. Mr. Hoober then operated the firm until 1933 under that name, when it was changed to J. M Hoober, Inc. His father passed away in 1924. Feb. 15 was set as the deadline...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

Mellow Earth on Lancaster Farm This will soon be a commorrsight on the ly — overhauled. Shown above is the farm contoured fields of Lancaster Cdunty, when of Warren JBucji, R2 Lititz, with one of the !t_|_ke!|_frst_$_ar_^fe-to3_*_ex^^ thertractor.=The-Btich Farm are still several weeks of winter, " a wise "time is just opposite the new Warwick Unionto have farm equipment—tractors especial- School on'the edge of Lititz.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 10 February 1956

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