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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Make A Point To Visit Our. Animal Health Department THE QUARRYVILLE DRUG. CO. QUARRYVILLE,, PA PHONE 1 O O

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

"It's the Law" with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Association. General interest questions are welcomed, and will be answered as soon as possible. Letters must be signed. Answer will not be _published on a specfied, requested day. Questions cannot be answered by mail, and LANCASTER FARMING wil reject any inquiry .which is not of general public interest. Aduress all inquiries to "It a the Law," LANCASTER FARMING Quarryville_. Pa. Q What is the law in Pennsylvania on the amount of a man's estate ithat he must leave to his wife and child or children? J E. _. A Pennsylvania law does not ItVThe Law require a father, to give his children any part of his estate, so long as his y?M shows a clear intention to disinherit them. However, children born after the date of the will may claim the share to which they would be entitled if the parent died without a will, unless the will makes provision for _aiterborn children, or contains a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

I omens _ige oratinued from page eigtot) CHEESE BAKE ree well beaten eggs e-tfourth cup flour ro tablespoons sugar vo cups grated sharp American cheese _iur cups whole kernel corn, drained ) slices cooked bacon, crumbiled bmbine eggs, flour and sugar t well Add cheese and corn in three-fourths of bacon r into a greas-ed casserole , with remaining bacon Bake an oven '350 degrees for 60 lutes -< 1-hould you care to put this ipe in ;the paper, please omit name, writes a Millersville _isewife, who adds. I am enclosing a recipe from Mother's Cook Book, which Mother used many years ago. _: called it 'Mock Mince Pie' i liked it even better than-the _;ular mince pie, and I thought tie of the other subscribers of ncaster Farming might also ;e it - — "I have tried several of the ;ipes in your Household Page d liked them very much. "MOCK MINCE PIE" One cup cold water One-half cup molasses One-half cup brown sugar One-half cup cider vinegar Two-thirds cup — of melted shortening...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Production, Prices and Profits /that -our tog farmers are res fcive here in tlhe great bread _tesket of America' . * i- < Address by Ezra Taf t Benson, Secretary of Agriculture, United- States Department of Agriculture, Before the National Swme Industry Com- . nuifctee. Sherman Hotel, Ohicago, Illinois, January 31, 1956, at 10:00 «un. This has Ibeen a ¦difficult season for (tag producers They ihave come through a seasion when tog prices Ihave been substantially below production costs. They have to some oases sold their corn crop on tihe (hoof for less than it was worth in the crab. They have seen hog prices defcline Markedly while retail prices of select pork outs diefclaned little. They have waitched their profits turn into losses while _procesisirag and marketing margins have increased. iHog producers Ihave suffered a _sufbstamtel decline in gross receipts _IfiKxm farm marketings, while ihelplessily" watching costs buy. They have been caught in the web of a cost-pri...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

_WM_^WrW Quality _manufacturing is the byword of every John Deere factory. Beginning with incoming shipments ol only the highest-grade materials, each manufactured part •.. every finished implement is inspected thoroughly by dulled workmen to assure its _meeting e*> act John Deere quality standards That's why farmers everywhere are loud in their praise for the dependability . . . the quality construction of John Deere Farm Equipment. See us for information. LANDIS BROS Latest Improved Farming Equipment 1305 Manheim Pike Phone 3-3906 P . O. Box 484 Lancaster, Pennsylvania .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

this cut um W down size_* Only _YMiJ _s» McCULLOCH Model 47 CHAIN SAW Makes any woodcutting job easier •nd faster. It's a one-man saw for professional logging, pulp cutting, tret surgery; for farm and ranch jobs likt construction and clearing land. Model 47 is light weight, operates full power in any position. Six models, gasoline powered, with blades 14" to 36". / _£3jg&i _w Com* in and see it, try £ i a| jm It, buy it. It'll save you m SK m » _timt _. _makt you money. >||§| P r MACT Saw aad Knife lYl/lOl Service 605 Marietta Ave. Lancaster Ph. 24291

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

OPEN AT NOW M RHOADS SPANISH TAVERN (Formerly Groff_'s Beauty Shop) Branches of H. M. GRIFFITHS ACCOUNTING AGENCY Accounting - Auditing - Taxation Tax Management Consultation INCOME TAX FORMS PREPARED 1O4O Individual. Corporation OPEN EVENINGS 6-10 1040 F, Farmers SATURDAY 1-6 Partnership - ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

A. H. BURKH0LDER 175 T. J. MATTHEWS 278R2 QUARRYVILLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO THOMAS J. MATTHEWS, Gen. Mgr. Concrete or Cinder Block Phone Chimney Block and Lintel 109R2 - 5teel Sash, Cement Paint.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

reduction, Prices, Profits • * * • (tighten up your coslts. Keep your [•profits and miairgi'ns m line with the historic pattern of a large volume, small margin industry We all have a job to do—farmer, government, meat /packer, marketing agency, retailer. The livestock fawner' is bearing more than the full brunt of price decline at a time when his costs are going up. This is no time to take adventttge of tihe American farmer. As a Nation, we simply cannot afford to let him carry the full brunt of__ in creased processing and distribution costs, yes even (increased profits-, in other sectors of the meat industry. As your Secretary of Agri¬ culture, I state emphatically that I will not stand idly by during sudh times witfhout defending .tihe farmer wuth every means at my disposal. » This does not mean I would not see you make a profit. I would Legitimate profiits unde*~ gird _tha American_, free enterprise system. I am positive that everyone concerned with the -well/being oS t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Fraser Named Assistant in _Foreign Office 6© i* F_, HLkSm M**ft _Appointment ot Gordon 3 Fraser as assistant administrator of the U S Department of Agri culture's Foreign Agncultiual Service, m charge of market development, was announced today by the Department Mr Fraser, a native of Moro, Oregon, will have wide responsibility for administering Foreign _Agricultural Service programs designed to help maitain and expand markets for United States farm products abroad. These include programs under Title I of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 (Public Law 480, 83rd Congress, as amended) . The new assistant administ¬ rator has been Secretary of the International Wheat Council, of which the United States is a member, in London, England since 1952 From 1950 to 1952 he was Chief of the Food and Agriculture Division, High Commission to Germany, Office of Economic Affairs In 1949 and 1950 ha was the U S- Department of Agriculture's representative to the Internati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Meat Institute Replies on Profit Packers Make CHICAGO — Following is comment by 'Ihe American Meat Institute with respect to Secretary of Agricultuia Benson's remarks today at the meeting of the National Swine Industry Committee "We are in hearty accord with the objectives outlined by Secretary Benson The industry has been exercising every effort to keep down operating and distribution_^_, costs, over which it has no control, and ^_ to keep operating efficiency at the highest possible Qevel; this in the face of difficulties encountered by everybody m the livestock and meat business during a period of declining prices and increasing costs all along the line-Expenses- Gain "As for spreads -or marketing margins, operating expenses in the meat packing industry advanced .from $1,973,000,000 in. 1949 to $2,650,000,000 in 1954, or 34 per cent from 1949 to 1954 For 1955 figures are not yet available, except that a wage increase last August added an estimated 50 million dollars annua...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Dry Milk Of f ei | Begins for Feed Sale by Bidding GD 18 P. DRY MILK OFFER The U. S. Department of Agriculture has offered 1,875,-195 lbs of nonfat dry milk solids, found to be unsuitable for human food use, for sale on a bid basis for feed use. Bids were first due Monday, February 6, and on a daily basis thereafter. Sales schedule No 5 of Announcement DA-110 lists the location and quantity of the 37 lots _offered for sale The dry milk is stored in Minnesota, Iowa, Ohia, Wisconsin, and one lot in California. Bids should be submitted to the Livestock and Dairy Division, CSS, USDA, Washington 25, D- CApproximately 2.4 million lbs of dry milk were sold recently in a similar operation.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Like "New" At Special Prices _^ Joh n Deere with _pcuer sTeenrg demon strator. •_fc John Deere 40 Standard tread demonstrator _^_T 1955 John Deere 40 Tricycle it 1946 John Deere B ic 1952 Ferguson 30 with Equipment ¦^r John Deere 6-sheller "mounted and {powered by Ford. WENGER IMP!/ MENT CO Quarryville, Rl Buck, Pa, Ph. Bu 44467 ! 60

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Authorized Dealers Wirthmore Feeds Haverly Bulk Tanks Sauder Loaders Anhydrous Ammonia Wheel A-Way Egg Washers Irrigation Equipment DeKalb Chix & Started Pullets • : Master Mix * Ferguson Equipment * Lincoln Welders * Thermopane _^ * Universal Milkers •'Miller's Insecticides • s Koppers Creosoted Posts HIESTAND Inc. Marietta 6-9301 #

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Summer Drouth, October Rains Curtail Crops HARRISBURG — Sulnmei drought and floods followed bj twice normal rains m October re duced production of some im portant Pennsylvania farm crops to less than last year and less than average, the State Departrhent of Agriculture announced today following Federal-State surveys . Corn and potatoes were hard"' est hit, jvith considerable acreage of each remaining to be harvested the first of November, the Department said Yield of corn per acre is estimated at 42 bushels, lowest m 11 years. Corn Loss Heavy Prospects for corn declined as harvesting progressed and it is now evident that drought damage was more severe than indicated earlier, the survey showed. Wet ground and tangled stalks lindered operation of mecham-:al corn pickers and considertble hand husking was neces-;ary. The State <* rn crop is estinated at 57,120,000 bushels, 6,- 000,000 under last year and abou' 2,400,000 under average Wet ground delayed harvesting of potat...

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