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Winds Level Tobacco Shed [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Winds Level Tobacco Shed Straight winds Saturday evening wreck- Damage from this storm was estimated in ed havoc on the farm of Aaron S . Glfck _, a the millions of dollars in Pennsylvania _, mile or so south of Quarryville . — Shown _-High- winds — up to-80-mrles-an _~ htrar — above is a tobacco shed that-was moved 25 _followed a calm period that same after a feet east to rest against a tile silo . When heavy downpour of rain ( Lancaster Farmthe structure collapsed , many items of ing Staff Photo ) farm machinery were buried by debris .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Sales Limited , Broiler Prices Gain Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Sales Limited , Broiler Prices Gain Thursday Lancaster Poultry Exchange- ( Rohrerstown ) ( Sales Report , Sale # 128 , Thursday , Feb . 23 , 1956 )—Sales were limited Thursday on the Lancaster Poultry Exchange , with 13 lots of 37 , 525 birds offered and 13 lots totaling 30 , 525 sold , ait an average of 23 42 m a range of 22 to 26 cents _WilLc Good , R 4 Lititz , scored the top on 700 Red and White Vantress , 10 wks _., 5 days , that sold to John Thomas , R 6 Larrcaster . Thursday s price gain ** was slight For the corresponding sale a year ago , on Thursday , Feb 24 , 1955 , Sale # 34 , 21 lots totaling 59 , 050 birds were offered , 19 lots totaling 57 , 550 were sold from 28 % to 31 _i , averaging 29 78 Sales by Lot Number Here are Thursday , Feb 23 , 1956 sales by lot number , seller and grower , amount and breed , age by weeks and days , buyer and price 23-1 , _Wengers Mill ( David Heisey , Jr ) 1100 Red _Vantress , 9 % wks , to Roy E . Ream , 25 , 23-2 , Wenger s Mill ( David ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Steers Steady To 25 c Lower ; Hogs Higher By David S . Lorenson , Reporter USDA Market News Bureau LANCASTER , March 1 , ( Wednesday to Wednesday Re- j view ) CATTLE 2677 week ago 2741 . Compared with last Tuesday Slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 c lower , demand rather narrow . Best action on steers grades average Choice and better weighing 1250 lbs . and lighter Cows around 25 c lower . Bulls slow about steady . Stockers and feeders slow barely steady- Bulk Good and Choice fed steers $ 16 50-19 . 50 , a few lots and loads H 50-1250 lb . average to high Choice steers $ 20 00-20 50 , load 1356 lb . Choice steers $ 20 00 , One load Prime 1246 lb steers $ 22 25 and a part load 1150 lbs to $ 22 . 50 . Commercial and low Good steeis $ 14 75-16 25 Small lots Commeicial < and _tlood heifers $ 14 . 0016 00 a few Good to low Choice up to $ 17 00 Most Utility and Commercial cows $ 1125-13 . 00 , Canner _* and Cutters largely $ 8 50-12 00 . Utility and Commercial bulls $ 1...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Broiler Prices Tuesday Steady , Average at 23 . 41 Lancaster Poultry --Exchange ( Rohrerstown , Pa . ) ( Sales Report—Sale # 129 , Tuesday , Feb . 28 , 1956 ) — Prices held relatively steady on the Tuesday auction of broilers here with 11 lots of 46 , 950 birds listed , offered and sold . Prices ranged from 22 % to 24 _% , averaging 23 . 41 . There was no sale on the corresponding day a year ago . Elam Kauffman , Conestoga , topped the market with 500 Red Vantress , 9 weeks , 4 _days , esllmg to Ray W . Gibble , ill _ColumbiaAat 24 % . Pennsylvania average placements , 9 , 10 11 weeks earlier , totalled 592 . 000 . For yesterday , Thursdays market , 65 , 000 were listed Sales Tuesday by Lots Here are sales Tuesday by lot number , seller _^ with grower indicated m parentheses , amount and breed , age by weeks and days , buyer and price Lot 28-1 , Henry Burkholder , 5000 Indian River Cross , 94 , to Mandata Poultry , 23 5 i , 28-1 A , Henry Burkholder , • 5000 Indian River Cross , 9-4...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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County Poultry Association in March 15 Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

County Poultry Association in March 15 Banquet The third annual banquet of the Lancaster County Poultry Association will be Thursday night , March 15 at 7 p . m . m Hostetter s ( Banquet Hall , Mount Joy . Lancaster Mayor Kendig C . Bare , accompanied by Mrs- Bare , will give an official welcome to the new Poultry Center . M . W . Anspach , president of the Chamber of Commerce , will also welcome the new Center to Lancaster City . His wife will also be a banquet guest Purposes and plans for the Center will be explained , and the Catalma Quartet will offer entertainment . Tickets , at $ 2 each , may be secured ( from Lewis Mortensen , East Petersburg . A limited numbei us available , and early reservations are urged Copper Kettle $ 17 _inu Auction at White Horse Household effects offered at public auction by Mrs . Emma W . Hostetter , widow of Dr George Hostetter at White Horse , sold well in the auction conducted by Walter Wanner of Gap . A small copper kettle went for $ 17 , a safe...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Belmont 97 Per Cent Pure Agricultural Limestone Calcium Oxide 30 % Magnesium Oxide .. 20 % Calcium Equivalent 57 % Wenger & Sensenig Co Phone Gap HI 2-4500 KD 1 , Paradise , Pa . Altmans Super-A Feeds are timed tested , scientifically balanced , vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in three modern plants . Compare our prices . PLENTY OP CHICKS IN STOCK E-Emulsion ( 50 lb Block ) 4 45 E-Emulsion ( 25 lb Block ) 2 . 50 Horse Feed 3 65 Hog Feed 15 % 3 . 55 Special Chop 310 16 % Blue Bird Dairy 2 65 20 % Blue Bird Dairy 2 85 Enriched Fitting Ration 3 35 Fine Chick Feed $ 4 45 B Starter 415 B Grower 4 05 Broiler Ration 4 70 Quality Egg Mash 3 . 95 Quality Pellets 4 10 Scratch 3 40 Super A Dog Meal ( 25 lbs ) 2 05 ALTMANS CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H . WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Ave . Phone Lane . 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10 c per hundred discount on half ton lots or mote PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE MARKET-MAKER That s the new _Mteatpacker Cross . . Time and time again top place a...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

for the BUY OF THE YEAR Allis-Chalmers WD-45 — more performance , less money Used Air Tired Wagon Dem . Graham Hoeme Plow John Deere Plow with Blade Type Bottoms Used WC B & Tractors _fUUS-CHfllMERS _*— SAl . CS AND _StRVICB L . H . Brubaker 350 Strasburg Pike * Ph . Lane . 3-7607 Strasburg OV 7-2305 LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer s Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSN 39 E . Chestnut St ., Lancaster , Pa . Ph . Lane . 3-3921 FARM BUREAU S 22 ND ANNIVERSARY Thursday , March 8 \ otfo DISCOUNT on Cash Purchases of All Showroom Items Except Chicks & Phiko Products RE GIST ER FOR D O O R PRIZES AT YOUR LOCAL BRANCH OR MAIN OFFICE FIRST PRIZE — G . E . Roll-Around Cleaner with Attachments SECOND PRIZE — Dormeyer Mixer 13 ADDITIONAL PRIZES During Evening in Dillerville Road Saleroom Quarryville Branch—Open Dillerville Road Location — Road Meeting Room 7 A . M . to 5 P . M . Open 7 AM to 9 PM Showing of Informational & Entertaining Films Duri...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Octoraro Papers Open New Offices Lancaster Farming — a member of Octoraro Newspapers — has moved into new offices at 127 South Church Street , Quarryville , in the brick residence just south of the Quarryville Sun publishing plant . New address is 127 South Church Street . Phone numbers remain the same , and mailing address is unchanged . This week business and editorial departments of the three newspapers making up the Oetoraro Group were transferred into the residence recently own . ed by Mr . and Mrs . Charles Keene The Keenes have moved into ithe home purchased recently from Charles Cunningham on Fourth Street near Hillcrest in QuarryviTle . IFY YOUTH TO REPORT Creedin Bixlern , Carlisle , who spent last summer in India as an International Farm Youth Exchange student , will report at the second annual banquet of the Lancaster County Senior Extension Club Saturday . The banquet will be at 6 . 30 in Hostetter _ s Banquet Hall , Mount Joy . NEW HOLLAND 4-H CLUB Reorganizing for 195...

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Numbers of Dairymen Off [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Numbers of Dairymen Off ( Continued from Page _« ne ) in Brucellosis Eradication pointing especially to Lancaster County s advance . Lancaster County is far ahead in this program , he told , and it wont be ithe last county to be certified as brucellosis-free . Here 12 townships have been tested and cleared completely , one is in the proicess of being cleared . In 16 to 18 months , the entire state of Pennsylvania will have been tested for brucellosis ... the public demands milk from brucel-losis-f ree herds , he concluded . 3- O . Pepper , extension entomologist from Pennsylvania Slate University , spoke on Insect Control to Forage Crops , and told that Spitilebug control can increase hay yields , quality arid feeding value as well as maintaining plant vigor . Successful insect control depend ® upon correct time , metthod and material . . . use care that you dont contaminate ponds or streams , he warned Dairy Farm Inspection Choosdng as his topic , the Value of Dairy Farm Inspection...

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Windstorms Rake County [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Windstorms Rake County ( Continued from page one ) by-75 feet _Ten-by-ten-inch rafters snapped _^ like match sticks . Telephone and electric service were Ward hit too . The southern end of the county was isolated for a time until emergency crews could get trouble repaired . At Refton , a tree plummeted through 20 open wire telephone circuits , cutting 17 trunk lines between _Quarrywlle and Lancaster , according to William A Frutchey , district manager for Pennsylvania Community Telephone Co Straight Wind Reported Calls into Quarryville had to be routed from Lancaster to Philadelphia , into Kirkwood and thence lntG _^ Quarryville . Om the Glick Farm , _debras was not scattered . It appeared as though a hugs hand had lifted the building , then set dt down with a crushing blow 25 feet to the east It was a straight wind , | Mr Glick replied , and he believes that debris lodged against the silo deflected the wind enough to save other buildings North of _Lancaster , damage too was evident...

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Top $ 48 , 000 in Perth Angus to Lakewood Farm [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Top $ 48 , 000 in Perth Angus to Lakewood Farm Black Baron of Barnoldby , a Feb . 10 , 1955 son of Protus of _Greenyards , tapped the recent Perth , Scotland Sale , going to L . L . _OBryan , owner of Lakewood Farms , Mukwonago , Wis , for $ 48 , 000 . A total of 682 head averaged $ Lp 38 63 , totaling almost $ 1 , 050 ,- 000 The 566 bulls averaged $ 1 ,- 692 , the 116 females $ 788 Champion female , Pinky Pride of Barnoldby , shown by Osmond & Sons , Ltd , _Barnoldby-le- Beck , Grimsby , Scotland , sold to Edward E- Manning , Model Farm . Mundelein , 111 ., for $ 9 , 000 Kenneth Clark of Craigie Farm in Queen Anne s County , _Md-, also purchased several bulls . The Lakewood Farms purchase marks the fir , sit time a Perth Angus champion bull has sold into the United States . Judge olf the Angus Show at Perth was Lee Leachman of Ankony Farm , Rhinebeck , N . Y ., whose Angus won many tops at the Eastern States Exposition in _Timonium , Md , last fall

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Authorized Dealers * Master Mix * Ferguson Equipment * Lincoln Welders * Thermopane * Universal Milkers * Miller s Insecticides * Koppers Creosoted Posts * Wirthmore Feeds * Haverly Bulk Tanks * Sauder Loaders * Anhydrous Ammonia * Wheel A-Way Egg Washers * Irrigation Equipment * DeKalb Chix & Started Pullets Marietta 6-9301 HIESTAND Inc OFF 331 % New New Holland Wire Tie Hay Baler Model No . 80 with Electric Starter and Hydraulic Bale Tension Also a Large Selection of Used and Interna New Holland tional Balers COPE & WEAVER CO WILLOW Street Phone Lancaster 3-2824

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

LOOKING FOR RESULTS ? Feed WIRTHMORE Improved HI-ENER-G Starter & Broiler Ration Here s the way to grow profits . Feed Wnthmore & Broiler Ration for fast king-size broilers and get top Improved HI-ENER-G Staiter giowth _, efficient feed conveiMon and premium quality . You dont have to take our void foi it . Feed pait of your flock on Wirthmore — compare the results with _anj other feed on the market — and we know that the lesults will convince you that f 1 om now on it s Wirthmore all the way . Well be glad to give you the facts on this eneigy-packed feed . Why not ask about it , or order some , today ? WIRTHMORE FEEDS HERR HIESTAND , INC GLENN H . S j _^^ Q p \ Manheim RDl , Marietta | flK _? M ph - LandiiYille 3547 _Ph-6-9301 j _^ _SSCT CLEM E . HOOBER LeROY M . SENSENIG _^ _££ _« i _^ _Intercourse Hinkletown Ph . 8-3431 Ph Ephrata 3-2009

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

PONDERING THE PLIGHT OF PORK One of the most productive selling jobs in the meat industry has been done by the pork producer , processor and service agencies of the industry . From the National Live Stock and Meat Board comes word that pork was eaten at the rate of 66 lbs per person in 1955- an 11 per cent increase over 1954 . This is still two per cent under the 1947-1949 average ; but 18 per cent more than the 1935-1939 average _^ Beef remained tops in preference , with 81 lbs per capita consumed last year , but beef s gain was but two per cent for the year , compared to 11 per cent for pork . Consumption of all meats reached 161 lbs per capita in 1955 . Here is the per capita consumption of pork in recent years 1955 — 66 lbs , 1954 — 60 lbs , 1953 — 63 lbs , 1952 — 71 1-2 lbs , the 1947-1949 average 71 1-2 lbs , the 1935-1939 average 55 1-2 lbs . : Pork production decreased for two years starting from postwar high in 1952 The 60 lbs per person in 1954 was the least per capita con...

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50 Years Ago [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

50 Years Ago This Week on Lancaster Farms 25 Years Ago ( This Week In 1905 ) By JACK REICHARD San Jose Scale Controversy Ended J D Herr , of the State _iDe partment of Agriculture , an nounced 50 years ago this _weei that the proper treatment foi destroying the San Jose scale had been established . The scale which had plagued orchard owners throughout eastern Penn sylvania ( for many years , was subject of heated _controversy between the exprerts , causing much confusion in the-minds of farmers m this section . Mr Herr s announcement was made after inspecting a grove of fruit trees sprayed at the Home of Friendless Children ; Lancaster in the fall of 1905 . He reported finding every one of the 26 trees sprayed a complete success , stating that 95 to 98 per cent of the scale had been destroyed by a single application , proving the treatment was the proper one for destroying the scale , thus bringing the controversy to an end . Roundup Stolen Cattle in York County Fifty years ago this...

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