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

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer's Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS'N 39 E. Chestnut St., Lancaster, Pa. Ph. Lane. 3-3921

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Untitled Article [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 1956, the New Hollan...

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Untitled Article [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 won't 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 brucellosis-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 don't contaminate ponds or streams," he warned- Dairy Farm Inspection Choosdng as his topic, the "Value of Dairy Farm Inspec...

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Untitled Article [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 in rural ...

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Untitled Article [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. O'Bryan, owner of Lakewood Farms, Mukwonago, Wis, for $48,000. A total of 682 head averaged $Lp38 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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Untitled Ad [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 don't 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. We'll 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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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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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Untitled Ad [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

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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

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 consumption in 1...

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

Christ and the Gity Lesson for March 4. 1958 /CENSUS takers have,long been _^ dividing us Americans - into "Rural" and "Urban." The fact is, wherever w_« may live, if we are not in a city we are in many ways affected by cities. The magazines and papers we read are often published in cities. Most of the things a farmer uses—tractors, combines, fertilizer, tools, came from cities. Our clothes were made in cities, our ¦aws were made there. Your casket ¦nay have already Deen made m some city. There is a state m America ivhich has just one large city. A former resident of that state told the Dr. Foreman writer that very few small towns there amounted to anything, because all the young people in the state who had any ambition struck out for that big city as soon as they could. One way or another, we are all becoming "urban" pietty fast. Enthusiasm Is Fragile ' The largest city Jesus ever saw brought tears to his eyes, and no wonder Some of the things he saw are true of cities an...

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

Voice Of Lancaster Farms AND FARM FRIENDS (Readers are invited to write comments on Lancaster Farming, about current events, or other topics. letters should be brief, and must be signed. Names will be withheld if requested. — _Editor j. From the Mid-West Adams County, Iowa—Weather is cold and drv. It was such a dry snow we didn't get enough moisture on our ponds to help. Supposed to rain—we are praying. We hauled our first load of water yesterday. Do hope we get rain, at least we'll have a crop if we can't get a good price for our stuff. We're going to need all the help we can. You don't know how things have tightened up in this county. I feel sorry for Secretary Benson. Every time he speaks he gets himself m deeper. If he would just come out and see for himself firsthand what conditions are like. He turned more than several good Republicans to Democrats If we don't have a crop this year and still no prices—-brother ! My son raised 100 head of hogs, didn't make enough to break...

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

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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

Homogenized Tobacco Leaf Cains Ground Manufactured binder leaf Vhere "dough" from pulverized tobacco is mixed with liquid eel lulose and rolled into sheets, is promising to be one of the _mosi revolutionizing items in the industry today—all from Lancaster origin. Experiments in the research department of the General Cigar Co., Inc., are leading to eventual use in all brands produced by that firm. <and . may extend into the millions per year. Yet company officials are quick ito reply that it is highly unlikely Homogenized Tobacco Leaf will replace natural binders in the foreseeable future. Elasticity, Adaptable Elasticity of the new HTL makes it most adaptable for cigar use, but it is felt that it will have no effect on present production by Lancaster County farmers. By the same token, HTL may open new market fields for the Lancaster County grower. Increased yields from improved strains are m the future, as well, and in turn may reduce farmers' operating costs. Natural...

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

7200 QUARTS PRODUCED PETERBOROUGH' , N. H. — A registered Guernsey cow, Wye Heights Impeller, owned by Dr George T Pack, Wrightsville, Pa has produced 15,476 lbs of mills and 796 lbs of ifat in her last lactation. This production represents approximately 7200 quarts of high-quality milk. This is according to the official Advanced Registry record released by the American Guernsey . Cattle Club "Impeller" was an eight-yearold and was milked three , times daily for 365 days. Guernsey cows on official test have steadily increased production 'ovef the years- _Tha average cow in the United States produces only about one half as much as ithe average purebred Guernsey on official test. The sire of "Impeller" is Gleghorn Maxim. 26 sons and tested daughters of this bull are listed m the Performance Register of the American Guernsey Cattle Club. SILVER §38-41 DOZEN In a Saturday auction at the Rohrerstown Mennonite Church, old fashioned knives and forks sold from $38 to $41 a dozen. Pepper...

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

Saturday Storm Damage Here is _another view of the tobacco shed a tractor, buried under splintered timbers_, on the Aaron S. Glick farm in southern The entire structure was shoved 25 feet Lancaster County that collapsed under east and-lodged against the tile silo, prehigh winds across the Commonwealth venting damage to other farm buildings. Saturday evening. On the extreme left is (Lancaster Farming Staff Photo.)

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

When You Buy A Tractor <_9> In 1956 <_$> Be Sure It Has . 2 SNAP-COUPLER Hitch Automatic TRACTION BOOSTER System Makes implement hookup minute quick Changes a dragging load to a rolling load i to increase traction on rear wheels automatically, as needed. SNAP COUPLER AND TRACTION BOOSTER ARE ALLIS-CHALMERS TRADEMARKS 4 2 - Clutch Power 3 Power- Shift Rear Wheels Control Lets PTO deliver full power to harvesting machinery as tractor stops or eases over rough spots. Spaces wheel width to match crop or jotrrequirements with engine power 1. . 4-PLOW POWER ''em all up and you get . . And _wmn*k <& ] Add _Mwm WD-45 ALLIS-CHALMERS SALES AND SERVICE _rKJ R. S. Weaver Snavelys Farm Service Stevens, Pa. New Holland, Pa. & Grumelli Farm Service L. H. Brubaker Quarryville_, Pa. Lititz, Pa. N. G. Myers & Son Rheems_, Pa. j L. H. Brubaker _^ Mann Lancaster, Pa. . _tssztrnmamn ¦

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

JOHN D. GRAHAM A. H. BURKHOLDER TELEPHONE 37O-R4 TELEPHONE 175 BURKHOLDER & GRAHAM ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 QUARRYVILLE, PA

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