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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

BE A CHARTER SUBSCRIBER! 52 BIG WEEKS OF mf •»*_Ojur I anmctD m _S^^^^^^_sMi^^_WS FOR ONLY $1.00 BE SURE not to miss a single issue of Lancaster Farming. Be a charter subscriber to the newspaper published especially for you . . , the only one containing ALL the latest farm news, crop information, home features and market data edited expressly for Lancaster County Farmers. Published every Friday. Mail This Coupon Lancaster Farming QUARRYVILLE, PA. Todav ! x _*ear $1-00 - J 52 Issues _{"_) \ PAY Please put my name on your ¦*¦ _^ **_' * •* »> * list of charter subscribers for a I 17 CC TLI A M one year su _^ scri P tion - En ' L4II1_OO 1 li AIN closed find check, cash or money _^^^ order for $1.00. _^^^^_B V* j Name (Please Print) Address PER WEEK «•«"••*_ _^^^^

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Farm Price Index Lower Herr Takes to Air Hunting Lost Cow HARRISBURG — 'me index ot prices received by _Pennsylvania farmers showed a decline ot one point or 4/10 ot 1 per cent during the month ended _uctooer id, tne State Department ot Agriculture announced today tolowmg i'ederai-State surveys. iNationaiiy, there was a decline oi two points At 246 per cent ot its 1910-14 average tne _fennsylvania moex was one point above a year ago, the Department said. Meat Animals vn i Slightly higher prices received by Pennsylvania tanners tor /tonal rise in the price ot wnoiesale milk only partially offset tlv wheat, oats, buckwheat and a sea>_- prices received ior all meat animal and pouHry, observers explained. There was a decline ot three points m the index ot prices received for all ciops. - Livestock prices held steady as lower meat animal and chicken prices were offset by the higher milk price, which averaged $5 00 per hundred pounds, wholesale. Along \n\h the big nationa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

iig bbors Pitch Clear Debris om Farm Blazes incaster County, has long held [reputation for neighbonniess ng its farmers, and seldom 5ek passes but what some one j helping cJear up the debris i storm, the ruins ot a tire_, l and Mrs. Samuel H. Groft, n at Peach Bottom, learned woith of friends when _cne rryville Fire Department rejded during a barn tire, wnen Jhbors and friends moved in lelp clean up_^ the debris re's typical all over the county. . Oct. 14 destroyed a barn on farm of J. Madison _Dietricn, fcz R2. Last week, the neign-I moved in, perhaps more man _;d be listed. Quick worK was [e of the job, and the area is red tor replacement_, elping Mr. Dietrich were :e — and perhaps others — ictor Shremer Jr., Harvey Hibpg, M. M. Garmon, Eugene j3armon, Haiold_M. Holhnger, iert H. Gibble, Christian H. iffer, _Charles Myers and Rayid B Mat tin. harles Kreider, Landis Huber, bert B. Weidler, Paul M. Wea-^ Paul G _Blaitin, Elmer Hu-[ Lloyd M_^rtm, Jay Martin, _ster Sensenig, N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

FFAJNamesINew Countv Oiief s: Jerry Brenner, senior at Manor Joint High School, will be president of the Lancaster County Future Farmers ot America tor the coming jear. Jerry was _ejected Thursday night in a meeting at Strasburg Lampeter-StrasbUrg High school He succeeds John Stoner of Lampeter-Strasburg, and, in addition to being named president, will be county delegate to the state convention in Hamsburg. Marlm Harnish will be alternate delegate. Other officers named were: Gerald Rohrer, Manor Joint High School, vice president; John Eshleman, Manor secretary; Dick Myhn, Lampeter-Strasburg, treasurer; Glenq Eshelman, Donegal, reporter; Robert Bucher, Solanco at Quarryville, sentinel and Donald Nolt, Manheim Central, chaplain. A plaque was presented Howard P. Siglm, Manor High School vo-ag instructor, who coached the team scoring the highest point total m the FFA judging contest at the 1955 Lampeter Fair Presentation was made by George Myers, vo-ag instructor at Xampeter-Stras...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Lititz Farm Show Movies Exhibited Movies of the 1955 _Litit/ Community Farm Show weie evhibifed by Fiank Blown at Thursdaynight's annual banquet ot dnectors, officers and committees Meeting at the Lititz Aineuc.ro, Legion, about 65 were present. Success oi the 1955 fair was determined It was moved iiom the streets into Lititz Paik onto An adjoining lot owned bv the Veterans of Foreign Wais The VFW lot is under a 10-year lease to the fair ._isolation, Worm medicines may h<um pets and livestock more than the parasites they are intended io destroy. If _tht animal is in a weakened condition, me _insults may be fatal. ft* The owner of an acre of ground has theoretical deed to 52,363,-000,000 tons of earth according to a Rand _McNally report Estimate is based on a pyiamidjl projection of an acre of giound which is extended so that its apex is at the earth's ioie.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

New Credit Policy DUE TO MANUFACTURERS POLICY ALL PARTS AND SHOP SERVICES ON A CASH BASIS OR SATISFACTORY CREDIT ARRANGEMENTS Farm Fquipment Dealers] Offering This Service Are Walter BinJkley & Son RD4 Lititz, Pa. L. H. Brubaker RD4 Lancaster, Fa. L. H. Brubaker RD3 Lititz, Pa. R. M. Brubaker Salunga, Pa. Conestoga Farm Service Quarryville, Pa. Cope and Weaver Willow Street, Pa. N. G. Hershey & Son Manheim, Pa. Hiestand, Inc. RD1 Marietta, Pa. Charles B. Hoober Intercourse, Pa J. B. Hostetter & Sons Mt. Joy, Pa. Kauffman Brothers Mountville_, Pa. Kaylor Bros. Rheems, Pa. Messick, Inc. RD2 Elizabethtown, Pa. N. G. Myers & Son Rheems, Pa. Ivan Z. Nolt RD2 Ephrata, Pa. Penn Mar Equipment Co RD1 Quarryville, Pa. F. H. Shotzberger Elm, Pa. Snavely's Farm Service New Holland, Pa. R. S. Weaver Stevens Pa. LeRoy Wenger Buck. Pa. J). It. Diem & Sons Lititz, Pa. Farm Bureau Co-Operative Lancaster, Pa. Haverstick Bros. Columbia Pi...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

A. H. BURKHOLDER JOHN D. GRAHAM TELEPHONE 17E TELEPHONE 379-H4 BURKHOLDER & GRAHAM ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 QUARRYVILLE. PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

i Washington 1 Notes WASHINGTON — Secretary 01 'Agriculture _Esra Benson is stm _Vunder very heavy pressure to take "Some' immediate.'action to give - the farmer a lift despite the bacKJyng. he. recently received trom President'Kisentitiwei. ' Already 1 the Secretary has Burs ' prised many political' observer's 1 with steadfastness* of his opposition to taking action, which would improve _thd political climate tor the Republicans There are members of the Republican party wno feel that Benson's policies coma be fatal to a G O.P. candidate < next year 1 other than Eisenhower. • But Benson is admittedly a sin-! cere _opponent of returning to me _» high-fixed supports program, on f the ground that it will only build up greater and greater surpluses. His critics, "even in the _U.o.r. suspect he may be ngnt in pnn' ciple, but they think tne present situation is so critical the' Administration must be practical first. And the practical thing to do — according to many of Bens...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

"»*—-r LANCASTER 1 t3_OTTNTY Sales Dates NOVEMBER ! 11 — Morris G. _Stickler, purebred Holstein cow-'heifer dis>persal, one mile east of Riheems, Hear Landis Stone Meal Plant. ! 11 — George A. Styer, 67 acres one miel south GhurcMown 1 p. m.-11 — C. P. Brantly, 60 x 120 lot, 212 N. Pitt St., Manlheim ' 7 p. m. 11 — Mrs. N. H. Smith 224 College Ave., Mizabethtwvn, eainpeiiter tools, paper hanging, painting outfits, 6:30 p-. m. 11 — R. C" . Shea) ' White Horse, general hardware and welding equipment, 10_'30 a Jn. 11 _~ Mrs. C.W Carpenter, 1038 Columbia Ave, _Lancaster. House hold " Effects. 12:00'Noon. _, " 12 — Robert Zimmerman, E. Main St, Atglen. Real Estate.'2 pm. ¦12 — John W. " Beyer, Atty.-infact for owner OWillis Harnish). , E. EarlTwp'._^mi. south Ranck_'s _Chufch; Real- Estate. 2 p_'.m. 12 — Joseph A. Wolf Estate, 831 Grand View Blvd., Manheim Twp., Lancaster. Real Estate and Personal Proper _t y. 12:30 p.m. 12 — Noah Greiner, Jr., Rapho Twp. along'macadam r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Mariheim Fai |6liIPer Adre _NewMTolland _flonif Sells for $12,600 China Dish Tops i Haffner's Recent Titus B. Martin Moncta chased the 80-acre, <1'54 farm of Amos B Snyder nl Manhemrand Lititrfor !(>b acre.'Mr. Martm is from Lni_, Henry l J. Snavely >was tioneer_. Included in the sai_. a'large brick dwelling, ai car'garage, a poultry nous able of holding 1,000 >>_iaj| combination corn barn ana, co shed. 'Walter S.'Witwer, Rl_, G ville', purchased the _hopne c Anna 1 M._v Musielriian in _* _Nei land for $12,600 this week Ier ' & Martin were aiictio Included'was the 43'by 15 _trdct on which -the 1 ' houa located. • A corner cupboard broug coverlets_^_lS_'and $15; bed '$13; lv mattress,' $16; flour $l4.50;coal oil lamp, l $9 25 fruit u stand, $10.50; an old ' $8 50;' ar _saV, $7.50, and an; sion table; $16. •A _<_china dish sold for ; an iron tea pot was knocke for $9.50 in an auction i sonal property at the Elm _fnerftome...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

92-Acre Tobacco Farm at $30,000 , Isaac Hunt, Millersville Rl, last week purchased the au-acre Adam B. Glick tobacco farm in Manor Twp. for an average ot $335 per acre in public sale. ' Edgar F_, Funk, Motmtville auctioneer, said the sale included a two-and-one-hali story _dhck house, a Urge bank Darn wiin stripping room and dampening cellar, a tobacco shed with capacity for eight acres ot tobacco, corn crib, butcher tioube, garage, chicken house and hog sty.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

gss&jtj'iVxscfcjBgigns7 _Q_._^jtss>ycO38_LjaJtStvvgc8_oss. A. H; BURKHOLDE 175 T. J. MATTHEWS 278R2 QUARRYVILLE' CONCRETE PRODUCTS _t I THOMAS J. MATTHEWS, Gen. Mgr. 3 Concrete or Cinder Block, Phone _Chimney Block' and Linte [ 109R2 _ . ' Steel Sash, Cement Paint. _. FALL BARGA_1 I SPECIAL TRACTOR RECONDITIONED # ~ Massey Harrfs 44 Diesel Tractor A Farmall Supter M Cope & Weaver Co Willow Street, Pa. Phone Lancaster 32824

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

24 HOUR THERMOSTATIC DOWNDRAFT WOOD HEATERS YOUR DEALER WILL SHOW YOU- WHAT ASHLEY'S PATENTED DESIGN MEANS many users say they YOU CHOOSE FROM 8 models—8 prices Time tested and proven in coldest states You should build but one fire a season, refuel on avenge every 12 hours remove ashes 3 times monthly Tremendous heating capacity, many heating entire homes, schools, stores Wood burns clean—less soot and grime Users fay Ashley heats from floor up gives safe 24-hour heat Burns all types wood successfully id SEE PROOF OF ASHLEY PERFORMANCE AT KAUFFMAN'S HARDWARE New Holland Open Thurseay and Saturday Phone 4-0951 Till 9. Closed Wed. Noon

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

18 _ Elizabeth L Riehl n Leacdck Twp. 2 'mi. no _>f Intercourse. Household !2-30pm. STANLEY DEITER Auctioneer and Appraiser 1906 Willow St FH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Two Fire Calls In Day; Meeting Is Interrupted Two fire calls—one during the meeting of,,the Quarry vine mre Company and its auxiliary—provided a busy day Monday for the Volunteer group. while the two groups were in business session, a call came from Fan-field, where a small frame building used as a playhouse was destroyed on the property of Andrew _WDDericn. The 10 by 12 building was formerly a brooder house, but recently converted into a playhouse for the children. Loss was estimated at $150. Bad wiring was believed to oe me cause. Earlier Monday, the department was called to the farm home of John W. Winters, Peach Bottom Rl, just south of New Texas on 222, where a bedroom closet on the second floor was damaged by fire. Mr. Winters and his hired man, Jack Snider, extinguished the blaze before the Quarryville crew arrived. Loss was _estimated at $200. Tne room was occupied by twt of the children, John 7, and Raymond, 5. There are two other children in the family, Susan, 3. a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Rambling With The Sage of • Ant Hill Washington, D. C, The Soviet Embassy was the " scene of a musical and reception last Thursday evening when Ambassador _Zoroubin entertained in honor of the Russian pianist, Emile Gilelis. Justice and Mrs. William 0. Douglas headed the list of United States representa tives while Chief of Protocol , John Fair Simmons, represented the Department of State. Old timers say it was the first formal affair since World War II and the first _stokttly cultural since 1921, Must toe that _Russian "newlook" asserting itself. The Nation's Capital played host to Admiral and Lady Mountbatten who are on a two week visit to America. While the" Adoniral stated the visit was one of routine business, it got off on a successful social, basis with a re ception attended by many of the naval military group. November 1 marks the ninefcyfirst anmiversairy of the establishment by the Posit Office Depart ment of the postal money order system. During the first eight mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Classified Advertising Rates Use This Handy Chart To Figure Your Cost, Words (1) Issue (3)Issues 20 (Mm.) $1.00 $2 40 21 1.05 2.52 22 1.10 2.64 23 1.15 2.76 24 1.2Q 2.88 25 1.25 3.00 KEYED ADS (Ads with answer coming to a Box Number, % Lancaster Farming): 25c additional. - Send copy to the Classf led Advertising Dept, LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville, Pa. Ads running 3 or more consecutive times with no change billed at 4c per word each time with 80c minimum. DEADLINE: Wednesday morning -of each week' s publication. Positively no ads accepted after 10.00 a. in. _Wednesdays. When buying a wool suit, will it be woolen or worsted? The difference between the two is in the length of the fiber used m the fabric, explains Mrs. Mae B. Barton, extension clothing specialist of the Pennsylvania State University. Worsteds are made of long wool fibers, combed so the fibers lie parallel, and twisted into strands called ply. Two or more piles " are then twisted together to make the yarn for the mat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Classified [Advertising I FARMS FOR SALE I R ~ B_^_T I—-99 acre cattle farm. 8 rooms 1 stone and frame house,, barn, tother _buiWauigs. Ve_*y low price. I—Near _Elizabefflitown. A dandy Ismail farm for a large family. 12 I room? house, barn, other build-I ings, fair price. 4nov3t. [ FARM VALUES BY...... LEO L HAIR INC. . REALTORS I 33 N. Duke St. Dial 7-8131 F - LANCASTER I FOR SALE r I * * _. _. ¦ ii ¦ ' ' BRAND NEW _RtTOED GAS HOT water heater, _Sfcgallon capa-* "'City. $100. price includes installation. Phone Quarryvilte 3R2. 4novl. PORTABLE ALUMINIUM single laundry-tub. 18-galloa capacity,- Used less than, a year, excellent condition. $8. Phone _Quarryvflle 3R2. 4nov-lt. FIRST ANNUAL LANCASTER COUNTY AUCTION LAMPETER SALES BARN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 AT 12:00 NOON SHARP Hundred of new items for sale such as : JO throw rugs, 5 radios, electric shaver, pictures, lamps, chairs, luggage, rotisserie, camera, _„ kitchen utensils, paint, toys, sweaters, socks, cosmetics, sport-¦ ing g...

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