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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

_Rtd _Rost Starter & Grower • P_«rf*ct for »_Urtinfl«ymf flock replacements I ¥—6 it from d»\ old until the birds go I into th« l»\int home Fortified *.ith / • vitamin B12 and antibiotic* / Full line of Poultry Feeders - Fountains Equipment - Brooders WFST WILLOW FARMERS ASSOCIATION Ph. Lane. 4-5019 West Willow

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

278R2 175 QDARRYV1_UE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO THOMAS J. MATTHEWS, Gen. Mgr. Concrete or Cinder Block Phone Chimney Block and Lintel

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Lancaster County Farm Women's Societies Begin Busy Schedules Executive Board Of County Farm Women Convenes Society 3 Votes Contributions To Two Groups Farm Society 22 Farm Women's Societies 19 and 20 will visit the Lancaster County Home this month and with Societies 21 and 22 in March, it was announced last week at a meeting of the County executive board at the North Queen Street Branch of the Lancatser County national Bank. Mrs. E. Robert Nolt presided, and devotions were led by Mrs. Elam _Buckwalter. Plans were discussed Tor the County Convention to be held next November, with Mrs. Neil Clark and Mrs. Clyde Hottenstine named to serve on the place committee. Hostesses were County officers " . The next meeting, Mrs. Elam (Iva) Buckwalter, vice president, reports, will be at 2 p m. April 3 in the home of Mrs. Henry Reist, Rl Mount Joy. SOCIETY 15 AIDS BAND A box social in April will help the Society of Farm Women 15 provide funds to augment purchases of uniforms planned...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Farm Society ? Plans Food Sale On March 17th Farm Women 8 Hear Reports On Paratyphoid Meeting Saturday, March 17, the Societv of Farm 'Women 2 will feature a food sale. Members are asked to bring fruit juices to be used at Heart Haven. Mrs. Jeanne Breneman, Rl Conestoga, will be hostess, Mrs. Winnie Warfel, co-hostess. Other events on the Society 9 calendar include a day sewing cancer pads on Wednesday, Feb. 29 at the home of Mrs. Esther Huber, Marticville. On March 14 members will go to Philadelphia to attend the flower show, Mrs. Florence Morrison of Martic Forge reports. These plans, and others, were discussed at a Saturday meeting in the home of Mrs. Helen Zercher, _Martieville, where a flower sale was featured. Cohostesses were Mrs. Pearl Kleinhans, Marticville, and Mrs. Morrison A donation was voted to Heart Haven. Twenty members were present. David (Stony) Eshbach, Jr, will drive the bus to the Flower Show, with tentative pick-up stops as follows on March 14: at 815...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Farm Society 12 Aids Heart Haven Bihle Societv Mrs. Roy Eshleman has been appointed to _mafce arrangements for the Society of Farm Women 12 to attend Cinerama Holiday in Philadelphia, March 27. At a recent meeting, the Society voted a $10 contribution to Heart Haven and $5 to the American Bible Society. Mrs- Edward Brenaer, Highville, was hostess. Mrs-James Brenner was co-hostess. Twenty-five members and seven visitors were present. Cancer dressings will be made Feb 29 at the home of Mrs. Eshleman. During Jamiary the Society prepared 494 sumilar dressings. Mrs. Sara Husson and Mrs. Bertha were assigned to take care of Needlework - Guild One new * member, Mrs. William Shenk, was received into the Society. The next meeting will be March 24, one week later than usual, at the home of Mrs Estella Mower, hostess, and Mrs. Frances Elsen, co-hostess, Highvillle, according (to Mrs. Bertha K- Aston, corresponding secretary of _Millersville. Saturday Mrs- Lester Sigman, president, was in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Farm Women 18 To Entertain 16 on March 17 Society 16 will be entertained by Farm Womens Society 18 March 17 in a luncheon meeting at 1 p. m in the Farm Bureau Building, Lancaster. At the most recent meeting of the group, Saturday, Miss Irene E. Lupold, former Congressional secretary, spole to Society 18 at the home of Mrs. H. Raymond Stoner, 1051 Eden Road, Lancaster. Miss Lupold was formerly secretary to Rep. Paul B. Dague of Pennsylvania. She described her life and work in Washington.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

_^, WISCONSIN Heavy-Duty i_^ MORE PORTABILITY PER HORSEPOWER _• MOST HORSEPOWER HOURS OF SERVICE s. 4-Cycle Single Cylinder, 2-Cylinder and V-type 4-Cyl i_^ ¦¦ _¦ _< ¦¦¦«¦«¦¦¦¦«¦ _• ¦ _—.!?*™**_.—*• _• _w _w _» _^ — BART'S Repair & Service 1952 Landis Valley Rd. Lancaster Ph. 21568 Sales and Service

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

vill be employed to give t _mblic a better _understanding _vildlife's needs. Colorful stamps, the sale _vhich supports the non-pro _National Wildlife Federation a ts wildlife conservation projw nay be ordered, for $1.00, fn he Federation _Headquartt _Washington, D. C. USED TRACTOR AND MACHINERY _*21951 Ford with Sauder Loader it Oliver 70 Row Crop Trailer &. Mounted Plow International &. Olive Superior Grain Drills Ferguson 3 Point Mowers N. G. Hershey

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

* PLUMBING & HEATING 1= WATER SYSTEMS > SHEET METAL WORK * QUIET MAY OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE RALPH J. FISHER COCHRANVILLE Phone West Grove 5637 » _> ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦* ¦¦¦¦¦

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

JOHN D. GRAHAM A. H. BURKHOLDER _TELEPHONE S7O-R4 TELEPHONE 175 & GRAHAM BURKHOLDER AND EXCAVATING ASPHALT PAVING TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 _QUARRYVILLE. PA

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Hydroponics On Market; Tomato Flavor Debated Pro and Con Here ( Continued from Page One) duce little. Hydroponics came into being. Chemicals were added to the water as needed; should a plant show a deficiency of one, the flow of that chemical would be increased. Growing Seasons Cut Growing periods were drastically reduced by hydroponics Ninety-day wonders became oldage members of the hydroponics set. Thirty-day crops were not unusual, some in less time. According to Paul Scheid, who operates one of the vegetable stands" in Lancaster Cenrtal Market, the bulk of the hydropomc tomatoes reaching Lancaster come from Cowan Hydroponic Farms. Inc. at Kendall, Fla., Dade County — the same county as Miami. Prices at wholesale are quite close between the hydroponic-grown and the reuglar garden grown varieties. Cubans may sell for $3.25 a box, hydroponic, or hydro-organic grown, tomatoes may bring $3 75. Common grades, of course, run much lower. On the other hand, the hydroponic-grown...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Eastern States Exchange Meet On March 2,3 Many farmers from this area will leave Thursday, March 1, to attend the 38th annual meeting of their cooperative, the Eastern' States Farmers' Exchange at West Springfield Mass, March 2-3. Local persons -attending are: Paul L, Howard, mgr. of Quarryville whse. and Claude I. Herr, prominent poultryman of Quarryville, RFD 1, Pa. J- Kenneth Stern, president of the American Institute of Cooperation, wil be the principal evening speaker. He"'is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and was employed for .12 years by Eastern States Farmers' Exchange, nine years as a fieldman and three as director of public relations. He became president of the American Institute of Cooperation in 1950. Julian -BT Thayer, prominent dairyman and poultryman of Rockfall, Connecticut, will preside at the annual meeting. Members attending will hear reports on the 1955 operations and will elect officers and directors for the,coming year. Advance registration...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

ather-Son Farming Foursome Mention the name Ernie Pyle, nd you immediately follow hrough with the query to asociate the famed war-time corespondent. But here is Ernest t Pyle, Rl Oxford, with four of is seven sons, photographed by Lancaster Farming at the recent lather-Son Banquet at Mt . Hope lethodist Church. "Yes, I'm a distant cousin to lime Pyle," the southeastern ancaster Countian replied. Left to right: Mr. Pyle, Robert Stevens, 11, pride and joy of this farm family; Horace Walter Pyle, Jerry Minshall Pyle, and Theodore Bond Pyle . Needless to-say, even with three sons missing, the Pyles took top honors for family attendance at the banquet. The Pyles — m addition to the seven sons there is a daughter, Dons Virginia — farm 180 acres near Union Presbyterian Church. - His ancestry traces back to some of the original Pennsylvania Quaker families, and is directly associated with the branch that moved to Arizona, from whence the famed, -wellloved wartime correspondent cam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Gerald Rohrer Tops Coimtywide Tomato Contest Producing 5.8 tons of tomatoes per acre that graded 68 per ceni No 1, Gerald C. Rohrer of the Manor Chapter of the Future Farmers of America, placed first in Lancaster Countywide competition _sponsored by the Campbell Soup Co. A resident of Smoketown, he received a 21-jewel watch. This is the fourth time in ten years the Manor Chapter has placed first. Howard P. Siglin is chapter advisor. On the banquet program at the Landisville Fire Hall, were Associate County Agent Harry S. Sloat, speaking on "Better Production of Tomatoes;" H. R Collardrwho heads the Campbell Soup Co. agricultural department; James Woodford, youth representative; Wayne Randwerk, assistant division ma ' nager; and Dr. Donald Bradley of the agricultural department. The Manor Chapter received a trophy for completing four years of entry and three youths received cups for four years of competition, three for three years of competition.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

Greiders Score Lead Over All In State Eggs Grender .Leghorn Farm, Mount Joy, is leading all competition in the 25th Pennsylvania Egg Test, according to the State Department of Agriculture, with a White Leghorn hen Her record, from Oct 1 to Jan. 31, is 121 eggs and 129 points m egg tests, a point equal to one two-ounee egg- She is competing with more than 1000 other layers from all over the United States. Standing m tenth place is another Greider hen, and in pen tests Greider stands second with 1385 eggs, trailing the leader by but six points. As far as we are -concerned, adequate highways, which can be used in the nation's defense, are as vital as any aid program to any country.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 24 February 1956

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