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

Robert Kreider New 4-H Tractor Chief Robert Kreider, son of Mr and Mrs Clyde Kreider, Rl Quarry-\ille, will serve during the coming year as president of the Southern Lancaster County 4-H Tractoi Club He was elected at a meeting this week at the Conestoga Farm Service un Quarryville. Other officers elected were Donald Heir, vice president; Glenn Aument. secretary; Eike Grevel, International Farm Youth Exchange student from Germany, tieasurer, and John Wagner, news reporter. This is Mr- Kreider's first year as a member. Nineteen attended-

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

When You Buy A Tractor <_$> In 1956 <!> Be Sure It Has . .\. 1 2 Automatic TRACTION BOOSTER System SNAP-COUPLER Hitch Makes implement hookup minute quick. SNAP COUPLER AND TRACTION BOOSTER ARE Changes a dragging load to a rolling load to increase traction on rear wheels automatically, as needed. ALLIS-CHALMERS TRADEMARKS • Clutch Power Control Lets PTO deliver full power to harvesting machinery as tractor stops or eases over rough spots. Power - Shift Rear Wheels Spaces wheel width to match crop or job requirements with engine power And PLOW POWER Add em all up and you get WD-45 ALLIS-CHALMERS SALES AND SERVICE _JWTt<, N. G. Myers & Son _Rheemsr Pa. R. S. Weaver Stevens, Pa. Snavelys Farm Service New Holland, Pa. L. H. Brubaker Mann & Grumelli Farm Service L. H. Brubaker Lancaster, Pa. Quarryville, Pa. Lititz, Pa. *

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

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

Numbers of Dairymen Off, Yields Higher Chester County 4-H Tractor Club In Second Meet By ERNEST J. NEILL In the last-lfive years, the number of Pennsylvania dairymen has dropped 25 per cent, yet .there are about the isame number of cows being milked, producing 30 per cent more milk than they did five years ago. This was but one of several interesting items given some 350 Lancaster Counity dairymen and; friends Wednesday at the Lancaster County Dany Day in the Guernsey Sale Pavilion, Lincolu Highway East, Lancaster Offering this information was Joe Nageotte , extension dairy specialist from the Pennsylvania State University, speaking on "Efficient Dairy Feeding" Home Raised Grain Cheapest "Simple, home raised grains and cheapest commercial (supplements (proteins) are best," he told, pointing out radical changes that have come about in danry feeding ithe past few years. "We're moving away from a grain feeding program to a _rottgfeage_*-a£eediQg—plan, supplemented by grain An...

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

Two-Price Wheat Favored By Grange A two-price plan for wheat involving domestic and export prices was favored in a motion put on record this week by the Fulton Grange, meeting at OaKryn Hall. State House Bill 1802, giving the Secretary of Lobor authority to fix price of labor on contract jobs over $200,000, was also opposed. Master Charles G. McSparran reported construction will soon start on the Grange Hall addition A spelling bee was conducted by Miss Mabel Brabson, lecturer. JayCees Name Outstanding Young Farmer Lancaster County's Outstanding Young Farmer of 1955 will be honored at a special awards dinner 'at the Stevens House in Lancaster at 6.30 p m. Friday, according to Irvm Huber, chairman of the committee conducting the program for the Lancaster Junior Chamber of Commerce Winner of the local program will be eligible for . the Pennsylvania and the National Award which is being sponsored jointly by- the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce and the National Petroleum ...

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

Windstorms Rake County; Losses High Severe wand, carried east by terrific tornadoes that spread rum in the area of St Louis, Mo. , roared through Lancaster Lancaster County and other sections of the Commonwealth Saturday evening, leaving behind damage m the State that may run into millions Ram ranged from 35 to 65 of an inch in the county Telephone and electric service were curtailed m many sections Farms were especially hard hit Down in the south end of the County, winds shoved a 90-by-40 foot tobacco shed off its foundation, 25 feet against a tile silo on the farm of Aaron S_^Ghck, R2 Quarryville. lBl_§ewhere the story was much the same, telephone wires downed, shingles torn and scattered, plate windows broken in cities, telephone poles snapped and sagging," roofs blown off. Follow Heavy Rain 'Mr. dick reported that the winds struck around 5 15 p. m _Saturday, just after a lashing ram poured down, stopped and after skies had cleared Two acres of tobacco were stored in the base...

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

Benson Replies To See It Now; "Not on Rocks" WASHINGTON — Anyone who claims farmers are headed for a depression simply aie not telling the truth, Secietary of Agricultuie Ezra Taft Benson said on a OBS television program in reply to Edward R Murrow's recent television program, "See It Now, a Crisis of Abundance " This program, the Secretary asserted, gives a "somewhat distorted picture of tne Ameiacan farm situation," and he urged his audience to back the administration's flexible farm prace support program, making wishes known ithrough local Congressmen. American agriculture is not on the rocks, it is not depressionbound, Mr Benson declared "Whoever says it is is rendering the cause of the farmer a disservice and is simply not telling the truth." "There as no problem or no crisis of abundance," it's "an imbalance between supply and demand a critical costprice squeeze" Unsound programs his office inherited are responsible for farm problems and surpluses today, the Secretary ...

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

Fitz-Roy-Named New Baltimore Yards President Frank G- Fitz-Roy has been named presideat of the Union Stodk Yards, Baltimore, it was announced this week upon his resignation as supervisor of the Lancaster District Office, Packers and Stock Yards Branch, United States Department of Agriculture 1M1 Fitz-Roy, who has been with the USDA 30 years, began his career at National Stock Yards, St Louis, l moving later to USDA market offices in Los Angeles, Omaha Wichita, and New York City before coming to Lancater Feb 8, 1955, when the Lancaster Yards USDA office was opened. Mr. Fitz-Roy will _succed Lawrence R Hatter, whose resignation was effective March 1 As yet, no successor has been named to the position he vacates at the Lancaster market, which supervises livestock marketing in the 11 northeastern states Calvary Fellowship Meeting Last Night The men's dinner meeting of the Calvary Fellowship was held last night at Hostettei"s Banquet Hall, Mount Joy. The Rev. D. S. Clark, US. direc...

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

Dr: Robertson * Elected Again By Poultrymen Lancaster County Poultry Association directors have again named Dr E I Robertson to a second term as president. His naming was this week m a dilectors' meeting " at the Sexchick Co, East Petersburg. Also reelected was the entire slate of officers, J R. Greider Elizabethtown, vice president; Lewis L Mortensen, East Petersburg, secretary, and L. Howard Martin, R2 Lancaster, treasurer. Committee chairman will be Mr Greider, in charge of memberships; Mary Myers, Lampeter, tour, and Levi H. _BnP baker, Rohrerstown, program Officials believe that by retaining the present staff, work on the proposed Poultry Center can progress more rapidly and lefficiently At the same time, they made plans for the annual barbecue June 9, to be held this >ear ait Lititz

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Untitled Article [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.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Article [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, R4 Lititz, scored the top on 700 Red and White Vantress, 10 wks., 5 days, that sold to John Thomas, R6 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, Wenger's Mill ' (David Heisey, Jr) 1100 Red _Vantress, 9% wks, to Roy E. Ream, 25, 23-2, Wenger's Mill (David Heisey, Jr, 2100 Red Vantress, 9% wks, to Roy E...

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

Steers Steady To 25c 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 25c lower, demand rather narrow. Best action on steers grades average Choice and better weighing 1250 lbs. and lighter Cows around 25c 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 H50-1250 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 $14.00-16 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 $14.75-17 50; a few Good 850-H00 lb butcher ...

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Untitled Article [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, Thursday's 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 5i, 28-1A, Henry Burkholder, • 5000 Indian River Cross, 9-4, to Roy E Ream, 23%, 28-2, Kenneth McCracken (Enos Es...

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Untitled Article [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 at $42.50, filing cabin...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

FARM BUREAU'S 22ND 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 During Evening in Dillerville Rroad Meeting Room EVERYBODY WELCOME — Spend The Day At FARM BUREAU _tfooO

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

MARKET-MAKER That's the new _Mteatpacker Cross . . Time and time again top place and top price bird at the Lancaster Poultry Exchange Wider bieast—heavier legs—bigger size—put the Meatpacker Cross on top ' White featheiing makes cleaning and dressing easiei ' Big meaty body keeps dressing weight loss down, gets premium price from poultiy bujeis 1 COST-SAVER That's the new Meatpacker Cross A bud that practically grows while you watch Goes well over three pounds in 10 week;, — uses less feed to get there too ' Disease resistance makes the Meatpacker Cross haidy, cuts early chick loss! LET THIS NEW BIRD PROVE ITSELF IN YOUR FLOCK Order Meatpacker Cross Chicks for 1956 delivery Call or Write. _^ GolJfus Hatd«*eU«c. O_/VjF R. D. _*3 , Lititz, Pa. Phone 6-2407 )? ¦^^j-_ Exclusive hatchery for THE MEATPACKER CROSS . . !

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Altman's 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 ALTMAN'S CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H. WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg ' Ave. Phone Lane. 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10c per hundred discount on half ton lots or mote PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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