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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Raymond Witmer Named Lancaster County's Outstanding Young Farmer By ERNEST J. NEILL Increased milk production, full 'itilization of irrigation and forced air hav drying are but some of the items implemented by Raymond F. Witmer which helped him win the title of Lan caster County's Outstanding Youii_£ Farmer Friday night. Receiving the Lancaster Junior Chamber of Commerce award in a field of five, Mr Witmer will now compete in state finals at Palmyra in April. His citation came but 11 years after the Pennsylvania Future Farmers of America named him the outstanding Future Farmer of the state. That was 1945, the year he received his American Farmer degree. At Pequea Creek Bridge Those traveling Highway 222 north of Refton skirt the Witmer Farm—Penn Del Farm properly—where _>a new concrete .bridge is being _constructed to replace the treacherous, accidentprone Pequea Creek bridge. (But it was _Pequea Creek that last summer provided Penn Del with adequate moisture, by the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Spring Is Near Grass and Brush Fires Indicate Grass and brush fires — reoorted m all sections of Lancaster County this week — gave _oroof that spring js near, and Jiat spring cleanup can be downright dangerous. Hrere are the net results of major blazes this week Approximately 50 acres of _|rass and timber near Nine Points burned over; Twenty-five acres of scrub cov-3r near Pequea burned in a stubborn, four and one-half hour blaze. A grass fire was extinguished on a field near Zion Home south of Lihtz; About 250 young spruce trees vere destroyed when fire swept ihe Ray Reese property on the lorth edge of _Quarryvulle Friday. Sparks From Brush Fire Often-the cause was listed as "sparks from a brush fire." Until _Tuesday's showers, many .grassy areas were tinder dry, and a spark, a tossed cigaret, or a fire out of control swept wide areas . Dry grass proved flammable as gunpowder m many sections of the Garden Spot, and a drive through the County shows scores of burned-over patc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Fawn Income Off $1-Billion, USDA Advises Total d5arm income dropped nearly a billion dollars last year to $19,045,000,000, the United States Department of Agriculture reported this week. Per capita farm income, at $860, was less than 50 per cent of the $1922 individual average for nonfarm individuals. Thursday the Senate started voting on the soil bank-rigid high support combination bill,; which indicate Congress is de-j tercnined to do " something forj the farmer." j WHAT IS CANCER? I Cancer is defined as air "unl controlled growth of cells." it detected early, cancer can eUtem be removed by surgery or dm stroyed by radiation, the Amen can Cancer Society says _fl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

_Wolgemuth Named By New Holland 4M Tames Wolgemuth, Rl Bare ville, has been elected president of the New Holland 4-H Community Club The club met this week in the bank building at New Holland. Other officers are- Tlavid Laprv Bareville 1, vice president; Joyce Weaver, Rl New Holland, secretary; Edgar 1 Sheaffer. R2 New Holland, treasurer; Barbara Maritan, R2 New Holland, son<* leader; Mary Jane Hoover, Rl New Holloni _Howard Rine° r R2 New Holland, game leaders; Louis Lapp, Rl Bareville, nhws reporter. Club _leaders are- John B Lapp Rl Bare_^ille; David Hoover, Rl New Holland; James Martin and Ruth Sheaffer. both of New Hol land. The next meeting wall be April 2.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Outstanding Young Farmer Named Lancaster County's Outstanding Young Farmer by the Lancaster Junior Chamber of Commerce was Raymond F. Witmer, shown here with his family before a Dutch hutch in the dining room of their Penn-Del Farm home near Refton. Mrs. Witmer is holding Mark, one year old, while Mark, 3 plus, is perched between his dad and mom. (See accompanying story) (Lancaster Farming Staff Photo).

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Quick Clean-Up on Glict Farm It took the wind but a reW seconds to responding ?o announcements in three level this tobacco barn as shown by pic- churches Sunday morning: It took less tures in last week'sLancaster Farming. than- five hours to clear and stack the lum-Here is the same barn, three hours or so ber, with a bountiful meal served in beafter 100 friends and neighbors poured in, tween. .(Lancaster Farming Staff Photo).

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Steers Steady To 25 Cents tffigherHere By David S. Lorenson, Reporter ITSDA Market News Bureau ~ Lancaster - March 8 (Wednesday to Wednesday Review)—CATTLE 3,224, week ago 2,741. Compared with last _Friday slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25c higher, instances instances 50c higher on high choice and prime averaging 1250 lbs and under Trading early was the most active of recent weeks and Monday's clearance of slaugh¬ ter steers was virtually complete each day. Poorest action again centered on good and low choice steers averaging 1250 lbs and over Cows . strong to 25c higher, bulls _rrostly steady. Stockers and feeders _sIdw all week, closed mostly steady. The week's supplies included around 45 per cent slaughter steers, approximatly 12 per cent cows With the_* exception of . a moderate number of bulls, the balance was mainly stockers and feeders v Bulk good and choice slaughter steers 1,000-1,300 lbs $16 50-19 50, a few lots and loads ' mixed choice and prune 1,200-1,300 lb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Minor Decline Here Thursday Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Rohrerstown, Pa,.) (Sales. Repori —§ale #130, Thursday, March 1, 1956—Practional declines _frora Tuesday were recorded in- the Thursday _auction of poultry here, with a, rang© of, 22% to-24% cents and an average of > 23.25. One thousand White Vantress, 10 wks, one day, consigned by Reid Wissler, R2 Ephrata, topped the market, going to Walter Mellinger & Son, Rl Bird-m-Hand. Twenty-two totaling 67,300 birds were listed Thursday, 23 lots figuring 71,000 offered, and 23 lots totaling 71,000 were sold. Prices Under Year Ago For the corresponding sale a year ago, March 3, 1955, sale 35,, twenty-three lots totaling 63,7000 were sold 26 lots of 71,650 offered, moving in a range of 30 to 35 cents, averaging 31.4. Here are Thursday sales listed by lot number, seller and grower, amount and breed • age by weeks and days, buyer and price: 3-1, Longenecker's (William Selcher), 2800 White Vantress _gullets, 9-6, to Manda...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Broiler _Average 23.2 _Tuesday, Demand Strong Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Rohrerstown, Pa) (Sales Re port - Sale #131, Tuesday, March 6, 1956) — Demand continued strong and a top of 23 ft cents was scored in the Tuesday auction of 38 950 broilers listed, offered and sold at the Lancaster Poultry Exchange. The average, 23.27, was the same as last Thursday, with a range of 23 to 23 8. Carl Risser_, Lititz, purchased the top broilers. 1700 Red Van tress Crosses, consigned by Harvey -M" Ho ' stetfef, "K2 Eancaster grower. ' For the corresponding sale a year ago, Tuesday. March 8, 1955, Sale #36, ten lots of 24,400 birds were offered and sold m a range of "30% to 32 averaging 31.4?. Pennsylvania placements, average (9, 10, 11 wks earlier) totaled 583,000. Sales by Lot Numbers Here are Tuesday sales by loi number, seller and grower amount and breed age by weeks and days, buyer and price: 6-1, Henry Longenecker, 3600 Red Vantress 9-3 to Walter C Melhnger_, 23%, 6-2, Donald Noll, 35...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Power Steering Announced P H. Mount, Ford tractor and. implement dealer m Quarryville announces that all new Ford_, tricycle tractors now on display in his dealership feature power steering as standard equipment, at no additional cost "Ste ' ering effort is reduced by 80 per cent. "The new linkage type power steering unit makes for easier control of the tractor in rough fields or in precision row crop work, and materially reduces driver _^ fatigue " Mr Mount said the unit is installed at the factory on all new Ford 700 and 900 series tricycle tractors, and is _available at Conestoga Farm Service as an accessory for installation on Ford tricycle tractors already i» use. The new Ford power steering mit applies hydraulic 'muscles* j to the conventional Ford tncycl« _tractor steering gear, and absorbs bumps and shocks befor« they can reach the driver-. ' The conventional«steering hnfc age is. replaced with a special link which connects to the hydraulic dyhnder,, providing _thl power...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

LANCASTER POULTRY AUCTION SUMMARY SUMMAHY — February 1956" eight sales — Price range. Broilers 21.5 — 26 25 LOTS BIRDS LISTED 165 542,430 OFFERED 164 506,970 SOLD 155 489,570 'Broilers, 472,315; Pullets, 1,-300, Caponettes, 12,380, Heavy Fowl, 1,025, & Leghorn Fow.l, 2,550 February 1955 — Seven Sales — Price range 25 5 - 3175. LOTS BIRDS LISTED 105 390,800 OFFERED 103 381,300 SOLD " 87 324,900 164,670 more birds sold in Feb. '56 than Feb. '55

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Engineered Jor Profitable Farming! mo nuxer _GRAIN TRANSPORT The _easies_^ and fastest way of mixing and transporting grain —Saves you op to 50% in time and tabor costs. See it at your Dealers now. A. E _MocKijsiC C_» , Mfr P_«rk_«r For*. Pa. This machine has a patented auger which will actually give a good mixing action. We will be glad to' demonstrate on yourtarm, This is a portable mixer on wheels which is lower in price than a vertical mixer and can be used for transporting grain, feed, fertilizer, etc A hammermill can be mounted on the mixer making it possible to grind and mix with one tractor at the same time. Call for more information. , L. H. BRUBAKER Lititz, R. D. 3 LITITZ 6 7766 7-2305 Lancaster, R. D. 4 PH. LANC. 3-7607 STRASBURG OV &

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Altman's Super-A Feeds SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER Get v your Garden Tools ac AUmansJ Onions Sets 10c per 1b. — 3 for 25c Eastei Chicks 15c " ea. — $10 per hundred Easter Ducklings-40c ea. — After Easter 27c in lots of 500 or more — Goslings at $165 ea. B. B. Bronze Turkey Pouits Available April 1st at $82 per 100 White Holland Turkey Poults Available April 1st $80 per 100 _Beltstfllle Turkevs Poults Available May 1 $61 per 100 . Started Chicks now in stock. . ' -Also avilable lime for your lawn, garden or farm •i Full ltne ot _Davco Fertilizer. 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 more _PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

More and More formers Order Yours Now From P. L ROHRER & BUG., INC. SMOKETOWN Ph. Unc. 2-2659

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer's Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS'N 39 E. ( heilnut St., _Lancaster, Pa. _Fh. Line. 3-3921

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Raymond Witmer Named Lancaster County's Outstanding Young Farmer (Continued from ipage one) tim&r Pastures are, clipped, then irrigated, with a Chrysler industrial V-8 engine pulling water from Pequea Creek. No dam was constructed, as the flow during the summer months . was sufficient to meet ms needs Skinner Sprinkler nozzle poured 800 to 900 gallons of-water per minute on grasses and alfalfa. Each time a plot was irrigated, fertilizer was applied In the course of a season, 1200 lbs might be applied per acre, usually around 300 lbs preceding_^ each application of water. Pumps ' run five to eight hours on a setting, and two men can easily change locations of the lightweight, durable aluminum Pipe. Grass Stands Ten Days After irrigation, Mr. Witmer lets the grass " grow ten days before he clips it for cattle,.thus preventing diarrhea or "washing " Here is an excellent example of a farm producing what its livestock will consume, ignoring corn, and livestock - consuming...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Remodled Dairy Barns on Tour (Oonifcinued from page one) stalls in remodled barn, pushtype gutter cleaner m L-shaped bam, separate calf barn; New Barn, Milk House Afternoon stops and features included. David D. Sharp Farm, on St. Mary's (Warwick)-Bulltown Road, pipe line milker in stanchion barn emptying directly into bulk tank, tie 18 cows at one time, loafing shed; Tkaczuk Bros. Farm, just north of Turnpike service station, remodled barn for 50 stalls, six rows of cattle, hydraulic barn cleaner, chain (ties and stanchions; Elmer B. Stoltzfus Farm, west of Loags Corner, new barn with 40 chain ties, raised feed alleys, new milk house, and the final stop, the Dor iald Cassel Farm near the intersection of Routes 82 and 322, glass-lined solo, barn remodled into loafing area, milking parlor, silo unloader that unloads from the bottom into a chain driven feed bunk Where? Girl-_^-Did anyone ever tell you how wonderful you are ' iGob—Don't believe they did-Girl—Then " where'd you g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

_^ plaiiJEO_. Sweep s Penn Manor in FFA Prelims Athletic teams of the _' Solanco Ground Hog Chapter of Future Farmery pfr America next, week take on Cooahco Union after making a clean sweep of Penn Manor's FFA Tuesday night in the preliminary Lancaster County Future Farmers of America Tournament playoffs County teams are preparing for the state tournament during the annual convention. " Coaches Luther D. Peek and Jackson H. Owen advise the Ground Hogs topped Penn Manor in two volley ball games, by the score of 15 to 3 in one, and when substitutes were put into action, by 15 to 13 m the second. Solanco Ground Hogs won the three-game ping pong prelim, 21 to 14, 21 to 15 and 21 to 14. The story was the same in basketball, when the Ground Hogs overcame an early deficit and won 48 to 37, with Calvin Keene, guard, scoring 17 points, Richard Hastings, forward, and Stanley Moore, guard, scoring nine points each Say It ! New Coxswain — I'm cox'n of this boat, and what I say goes Motor ...

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