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

RE A Estimate_#s;_€ Per Cent of Farms In U.S. Electrified WASHINGTON — (USDA) — About 93 4. per cent of the Nation's 4,782,393 farm& had central station electric service as oi June 30, 1955, the U. S. Department of Agriculture has announced. This compares with 92. 3 per cent having service on June 30, 1954 and _*77-2 per cent at the time of the 1950 Census The new estimate is based on the Rural Electrification Administration's latest unelectnfied farm survey and on 1954 farm census figures recently announced by the iBureau of the Census. The REA survey shows that there * were 314,350 unelectrified farms on June 3Q, 1955. On the balsis of the total number of ¦ farms shown in the 1954 census, this indicates that 4,468,043 farms were receiving central station service of that date. The census reported that there were 4,448,462 electrified farms as of Nov. 1954 However, census figures include farms with home plans, while RiEA is required to consider as electrified only thos...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Farm Women Are Given Report Farm Women's Society No 17 met last Friday evening at the home of _Slaira Stauffer_, of Drumore Center. The regular meeting date had been changed for the convenience of the members. Roll call was answered by each member telling wfalat sine had brought for the Valentine auction Twenty-two members responded. Cakes, pies, cookies, doilies. handkerchiefs, aprons and candy were brought by the members. The .treasurer's _report Showed a balance of $134.85, witlbi $16.25 •^realized by a plastic sale. A donation of $35 was made to the Junior Band Unifonm Fund and a $5 donation made to the American Baibie Society. Sara- Stauffer reported on the Karrisburg _conventum. Plans were made to conduct a food ' stand at the John O'Donnell farm sale. Catherine Kreider entertained with stlides of Germany and" a auction was held with Anna, Mairj _Burkmnis in charge Refreshments followed m the Valentine theme. Mrs. (_yDonmeH and Mrs. _Shaub were co-hostesses. f Society No...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Convenient "A shocking' coward my husband is I was telling 'em off proper outside th' public library, when off'e run inside an' stood near one of them 'Silence' notices " The Reason First Boot—Why have you stopped singing m the choir? Second Boot—I wasn't there one Sunday and somebody asked the chaplain if he'd had the organ fixed.

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

_&_£!E&. :._B£rTEb. ...SAFE m _WF& with NEW FORD Tricycle Tractors 700 SERIES 9OO SERIES Full 3-plow power for 4-row equipment Full 2-plow pow_»r for 2 or 4-row equipment For the safest, most comfortable tricycle tractor ride of your life, you owe it to yourself to get behind the wheel of a new Ford Tricycle Tractor In either of the two great near series, you'll find many advanced features . . . features that mean better row crop farming for you. Come m soon! See and try Ford's new Tricycle Tractors. CONESTOGA FARM SERVICE Quarryville Ph. .282 _& !

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

Men At Work Everyday, for over a year now, throughout Pennsylvania I Community's system, you've come across these Workshops J On Wheels—they're the Workshops of men dedicated to j give you telephone _service "second to none." I Amazingly expensive, these telephone trucks contain I just about every tool and piece of equipment needed by skilled specialists to rebuild Pennsylvania Community lines I for modern dial service. More and more each day you'll I see these "Workshops on Wheels" as Pennsylvania Community's mechanization program, designed to give you j telephone service of the type and quality you desire, con- I ;inues unabated. - I Men At Work are bringing you telephone service that I yiiL remain one of today's high value bargains in your I _judget. I PENNSYLVANIA COMMUNITY TELEPHONE COMPANY _1BANGOR—ELIZABETHVILLE—QUARRYVILLE . I

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

7 BIG EXTRAS Make The Difference FARM BUREAU "Energized" STARTING & GROWING MASH (Pellets, too) Skyrockets Chicks to Early Production ' It's energized with _stabilized animal fat and fortified, with Vitamin B-12 and antibiotics for greater livabihty, speedier growth and high feed efficiency. Farm Bureau Starting & Growing Mash completely supplies every growth requirement plus furnishing EXTRAS that build 'em into top egg producers later. Extras * in Every Bag! 47% Extra Calcium 62% Extra Riboflavin 152% Extra Vitamin "D Vitamin "A" Chicks Get These 7 Big 9% Extra Protein 12% Extra Manganese 43% Extra Phosphorus 200% Extra Save Time — Labor — Dollars with Bulk Delivery Place Your Order Today Lancaster County FARM BUREAU Cooperative Association Dillerville Road Branches: Manheim«— New Holland — Quarryville *In excess of National Research Council Recommendation

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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

ireman Honored George K. Erisman, of West biange Street, Lancaster, was _honored at a birthday party, given by Zone 5- firemen on Wednesday, Feb. 1. The event, held in the basement of the Quarryville Fire Hall, marked Mr Erisman's 93rd birthday on Jan 23. He was given a birthday cake and gifts. He was a member of the original Union Voluntary Fire Co. No. 1 of Lancaster, which went out of evistence when the city formed a paid fire department "Rabbit Bank" Antibodies to _— Battle Viruses Washington, (USDA)—A supply of antibodies for use m reseaixth _agannlst major virus diseases df crop (plaits is being built uip in the blood of -living i a'blbits Iby scientists of the U. & Department of Agriculture and Nebraska Agricultural Expeiralent Station at Lincoln, Neb., the Department reports. This new _tyipe " of blood bank provides a source of antisera (rabbit blood serum _containing entubodies) to enable researchers to determine the 'presence in _joung plants of such viruses ...

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

_HOLSTEINS OWNED BY LOCAL MEN COMPLETE PRODUCTION RECORDS Announcement has been received from the Holstem-Fnesian Association of America of the completion of official production records by registered cows owned by local men. The complete records are-John C. Metzler, 'Christiana—Winding Glen Dunwodd Catherine, 21,648 lbs milk, 836 lbs butterfait, mrifted 2 times daily, 365 days Average quarts daily 27- Age when record "began 6 years 7 months 2d Winding Glen Dunwood Janet, 21,074 lbs milk, 741 lbs butterfat, milked 2 times daily, 365 days Average quarts daily 27 Age when reoord began' 5 years 7 months. 3d. Winding Glen Bondsman May, 20,522 lbs. milk, 803 lbs butterfat, milked 2 times daily, 365 days. Aveiage quarts daily: 26. Age when record, began 5 years 10 months 4th: Winding Glen Dunwood Pluto, 16,700 lbs. milk, 620 lbs. butterfat. Average quarts daily: 21. Age when record began 3 years 1 month William A Reid, Oxford—Lauxmont L _Manone, ~ 17,527 lbs milk, 651 lbs butterfat, mi...

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

Ag Building Now Formally Armsby Hall Honoring the late Dr Henry Prentiss Armsby, director of the Ste_]te University of Pennsylvania agricultural experiment station fiom 1887 'to 1907, the agricultural Building on the University Pank campus has been renamed Armsby -Hall Dr Armsby was dean of the college of agriculture from 1900 to 1904, and director of the mtitute of animal nutrition from 1907 to 1921 He died m 1921, and was instrumental m help founding the American Society of Animal Pro-Those that make the best use of their time have none to spare. —Thomas Fuller. FIVE CRASHES IN ONE. Norton, Va. — A fire engine, on its way to a house blaze, roared down US. Highway 58. Paul Carroll, in a pickup truck, swerved to get out of the way and his (truck skidded and dropped 15 feet over a bank. An ambulance_, summoned to take Carroll to a hospital, was hit on the left side by a passenger car as it pulled off The passenger car blocked the flow,of _traffic Then another car skidded mlto...

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

_nK*^ri THIS LIMIT IS FOR EVERYBODY 15 ... 25 speed limits . . 35 . . . 50 ... all are "for everybody. your reactions are quick or slow . . . whether you're in your teens, your twenties, thirties, forties, fifties or sixties . . . no matter what your Today. . . last-year yesterday . . . every day . . drivers, passengers age . . . Pennsylvania's are intended for your speed liinila safety. The and pedestrians died on our highways simply because speed limit signs were ignored . . . treated with contempt. Whether you drive an old, lowhorsepower car, _or the very latest high-powered model . . . whether signs are put there because expert studies have proved they are necessary for safety. So ... obey these signs . . . and live longer. Drive to stay alive * This message in the interest of highway safety is one of a series_^ prepared and disseminated by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers* Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. COMMONWEALTH ...

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

Lancaster County Sales Dates Claimed 17—C. C Wright, N. Penn St., Manheim, one-story concrete Ibloek dwelling, 7 p. m. t8—J. Stanley Heisey, U mile south of Mastersonville, stock and implements, 12:30 p m. 18—>Benjamm Shenenberger_, N. Charlotte St., Manheim, household goods, 12:30 p. m. Feb. 18 — Southwest of Elizabethtown at Good's Church, Stock and Imple ' ments by Walter Ebersole. 18—Emma Wiker. road from Lincoln Hwy. to Ronks, E. Lampeter twp., 7-room and bath dwelling, 3-car garage, poultry house, household goods 12 o'clock. 18—Aaron Engel, 2 miles west of Gap, 'along Nickel Mines Rd, (livestock, farming implements. 1 p m. holder, Blue Ball, double brick holder, Blue Ball, double brock dwelling, garage, large lot, household goods 12 o'clock. 18—Mrs Emma W Hostetter, White Hoise, Rt 340 in Salisbury twp, household goods, some antiques, 12 30 p. m. 18—Bertha Huber, Strasburg Pk at Hartman's Bridge, 1 mile south of Lincoln Hwy. E, liv'e stock, farm equipment, 12.30...

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

Spring Sale of Used Equipment 0$ Two Farmall Cub Tractors 9 Two Farmall H Tractors % Farmall C Tractor 0 44 Masse} Harris Diesel # Farmall B N Tractor £ John Deere B Tractor % 3 IHC Tractor Manure Spreaders COPE& WEAVER Willow St. Ph. Lane. 3-2824

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

S LIVABILITY * LAYABILITY * LONGEVITY LOGAN CHICKS Logan Dominant White Cornish Cockerels for producing famous-Logan Cornish Crosses. For most efficient meat production: Cornish Crosses, White Rocks, Delaware Crosses, Silver Crosses. For High Egg Production: Demme Leghorn ' s from Candidate * Matings or Mt. Hope Leghorns for White eggs. Logan famous Sex Links, Logan Whites, or R. I. Reds for brown eggs. Pa.-U. S. Approved Pullorum Typhoid Clean Brand New Catalog available - L. L. LOGANBOX LKENNETT SQUAREPA , , , .

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

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

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

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

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

Stanley H. Deiter Auctioneer and Appraiser 1906 Willow _St Pike PH. LANCASTER 44796

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

Carl Diller Auctioneer and Cow Tester Ref ton, Pa. Ph. Quarry ville307R5

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

Ilassilied Advertising FOR SALE I RESRATTUS (aRFARIN bait (rough 'grind) pound (box 0 9E pound box 3 2£ at your dealer or J. C. Ehinlich Co 736 E. Chestnut St. _Lancaster, Pa. 3-2489 3-0309 Free delivery _onyiWhere _jn _incaster County. )R SALE: A Black Hawk Corn Planter with 3-pomt Hook-up A 2-row Bemisi Tobacco Planter-WRITE TO BOX No. 87 in Strasburg, Pennsylvania MANURE SPREADERS 25% off on Tractor Manure Spreaders—While They Last! Traction & PT.O. . Models SNAVELY'S Farm Service New Holland Ph 4-2214 _' RAY CANPHOSAL for respiratoiy relief of poultry. There is _> cure! €ost, about $1.00 per lousand birds- Use Avi-Tab k too, the feed. See your Salsbury jaler for formula . IUSSER Chicks Mt Joy 3-4911 Bred to lay well thruout 2nd yr. f SED P.T.O. SPRAYER, various sizes. Used pumps for high or _iw pressure spraying. _NTTERNATIONAL Truck sprayer with 600 gal tank and 50 p m. Myers pump Lester A inger Ronks. Ph. OV - 7-3226. VE INVITE YOU TO SEE the New Myers...

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

Mail Box Market Roof for Farmall Tractor & H or M. Phone Q'ville 115R51. For Sale Electric Range and Refrigerator both for $65.00 Call Manheim 5-2268 after 5 p. m. or anytime Sunday. 1955 Belair Hard Top Sport's Coupe 12,000 actual miles "A" title-two tone-Red and Cream 6 cylinder straight shift. $1,725.00 Phone 38043 Ephrata. For Sale Dexter Gas Motor Washer. S. Z. Wenger % Mi. North of Riehl's Store Groffdale. For Sale Antiques door Bell, and Bantam Chickens by the head. Mrs. H. H.-Miller. Phone 27R4. Kirkwood, Pa. FOR SALE APPLIQUE QUILT. Phone Ephrata 36938. Ephrata R3, Pa. __ LanCHESTER CHORUS DATES Members of the LanChester Chorus will sing Sunday night at the H_*ney Brook" Methodist Church. Announcement has been made of possible summer engagements at other places by the group, made up of Chester and Lancaster County residents.

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