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

Home of Outstanding Young Farmei Those driving north on Highway 222 caster County's Outstanding Young Farmwhere it crosses the Pequea' Creek just er, by the Lancaster Junior Chamber of north of Refton, often select this farm — Commerce. At the extreme left center is Penn Del — as one of the _^outstanding in the new Pequea Creek bridge (Lancasthe- community. It's the farm of- Raymond ter Farming Staff Photo). F. Witmer, named Friday night as Lan-» * * , • « l&uMM =

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

_^ LOOKING FOR RESULTS? _""_vm_® Try WIRTHMORE 14 Fitting Ration cows. A li_^o protein it contains all of the You can t beat this feed for fitting your ration available with or without pellets top quality ingredients needed to fit your cows and keep them in perfect health. Year after year, on hundreds of farms and with every breed, Wirthmore Fitting Ration is building record-smashing herds in production and in showing. Why not try it and check the results for yourself? FEEDS WIRTHMORE LeROY M. SENSENIG CLENLE. HOOBER _4_&™?a_^ Intercour.e |^_£> \ Ph. 8-3431 _r _amaf BIESTAND, INC _^_feS_^ _7 Marietta Ph-69301 Hinkletown Ph. EohraU 3-2009 GLENN H. HERR _Manbeim RDI, k Ph.. Landi*_Tillel3547 ,

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

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

WEAKNESSES IN SOIL BANK A couple years ago, an Illinois farmer came into m office, sat down and explained his "Soil-Bank Plan." It _wj a nice visit, and the merits of the proposed program wei duly reported. But today, Melvin P. Gehlbach, Lincoln, 111., _farme and farm management specialist, termed by Secretary Bei son as the "Genesis of the soil-bank plan," asserts a di ferent approach is being used in the. Administration's pr< gram. Mr. Gehlbach had testified before the full Hous committee on agriculture in the Capitol April 15, 1954. His plan would pay farmers an incentive to shii acres to soil-building crops in excess of a minimum bast The administration's Acreage Reserve Program is limite< to under planting of acreage allotments for the basic crop; It is reported that in the Corn Belt 60 per cent o the farmers are not in compliance with corn allotments Here the program would fail, Mr. Gehlbach believes. _Ii another personal instance, dry weather three years _redu...

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

H ALF way thiough a movie you may see people getting _|up and walking out That does not (necessarily mean they are disgusted with the picture. It's just that they came in right there in the first show. "This is where we came in," they say, and they don't 'care to see the second half of the film twice (Query, by the way: Jesus on History I, Lesson for March 11, _~ 1956 Is a movie, or a 5 book, that isn't 'worth seeing or reading twice, j worth seeing at .all') In ancient • times, the learned j Greeks thought* I that history was I | like a motion pic- j I ture shown over I and over again Dr. Foreman I If a man lived long enough he could see history repeat itself, .they thought. The diagram which 'to the Greek mind best represent->ed history would be a circle Fly, moth or man, going around in circles will never get anywhere HiS' tory, the Greeks thought, is like that. It moves, but it never gets any whei e. History Goes Somewhere The Bible's view of history is a differen...

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

50 Years Ago This Week on Lancaster Farms (This Week In 1905) By JACK REICHARD Russia Appeals For U. S. Scientific Advice Fifty years ago the Russiar government appealed to Ameri can scientists for aid in solving its- European soil problem. This week in 1906 the California Uni versity College of Agriculture reported it had received specimens of the famous "black earth" from European Russia for analysis The Russians wanted advice o_'n methods to revive the soil for agriculture purposes Cotto v n Seed Oil Returned As Olive Oil A 1906 report from the cotton _growing sections of the South declared the United States had shipped "one and one-half milion dollars worth of- cottonseed Dil to Italy, which came back to ;his country as pure olive oil an _jottles, (impressively labeled, wir-;d and sealed". What Was It? Harry Starr Wonders That's what Harry Starr, s Lancaster ifarmer residing _^ neai Rohrerstown, wanted to know who had in his possession a catnabbit freak. Mr. Starr declared...

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

Lancaster Dogs •* ~] Quarantined » ""• More than 100 dogs in the southeastern section of Lancaster County were under quarantine by State order Dr Joseph Johnson, _Lancaster, appointed ~ in charge of 'the quarantine, said several dogs afflicted with rabies were on the loose in the area, and had bitten a number of other dogs and cattle Public Sale Prices 25 Years Ago Prices paid at Lancaster County public sales during the first week of March, 1931, were reported as follows Cows, from $76 ito $115; bulls, $75 to $127; horses, $140 to $225. Lancaster Livestock Price Range ' The Lancaster livestock review reported March 7, 1931, by U. S. Department of Agriculture, cooperating with Pennsylvania Bureau of Markets, showed the following ' range of pnees: Steers: good, $8 to $9 25; medium, " $7 to $8 Vealers_; good and choice, ?9 to $10; medium, $8 to $9. _Feeder 'and Stocker cattle: good and choice, $7.50 to $8.75; medium, $5 to $7.50 Hogs: good and choice, 160 to 180 lbs $8.50 to $9 Recei...

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

25 Years Ago Farm Board Head Resigned 25 Years Ago This Week Twenty-five years ago this week President Herbert Hoover •accepted 'the resignation of Alexander Legge, of Chicago, as chairman of the Federal Farm Board. James C. Stone, of Kentucky, was immediately appointed to succeed Mr. Legge. In announcing the new appointment, President Hoover pointed out that the new chairman had been a member of the board from its _organization, .with many years experience m co-operative marketing, the fundamental principal on which the agency reported. Unofficial Use Of State Auto* Government officials "and other personnel with State cars assigned ito their use were instructed an plain words just when the autos were to be used. In a special communique issued" by Governor Pinchot, 25 years ago this week, the use of State cars on Sundays and for unofficial purposes on all other days of the week had to be ended. At the same time (it was announced that all motor vehicles of the State, except t...

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

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

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

Eastern States Purchases Hit $80 Million_* Farmers in nine northeastern states purchased more than $80 million worth of supplies through their Eastern States Fanner's Exchange m 1955, more than 1000 members learned here as they attended the 38th annual meeting of their cooperative at the High School oi Commerce in West Springfield Mass, The exact 1955 figure was $80,428,260 Total net savings for 1955 were $3,305,842 Of this sum, some $2,309,842 will be returned to members starting May 1 m proportion to their purchases through the cooperative in 1955 This patronage refund represents what was left over from 1955 receipts after paying for all goods and services and providing for capital needs. Significant Gains General Manager William D Milsop reported significant gains in nearly all lines of commodities_, ins report indicated that feed . volume was down slightly which tends to reflect the drop of farm income over the past year Eastern States deals strictly in cash and, for man...

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

Trichinosis in Two Areas Under Close Watcning Twenty-six reported cases of trichinosis in Pennsylvania_^ — with 23 in Lebanon County — has placed the State Health Department at Harnsburg on an alert, and close surveillance is being made on the Lancaster-Lebanon County area Three cases were reported m the Lititz area, but no new cases have been reported in Lancaster County for several weeks. "Dr. Berwyn F. Mattison, state secretary of health, warns "Trichinosis is an unnecessary and easily-prevented illness traceable to eating raw or insufficiently AWARDS ROAD CONTRACTS HARRISBURG — Secretary of Highways Joseph J Lawler has awarded 'two road contracts amounting to $202,191 that include Chester County — U. S. Route 1 in West Nottingham Township Constiuct 0 40 of a mile of reinforced concrete pavement _variable 25 to 45 iee.t wade from the Pennsylvania-Maryland State Line, north, to Edwaid A. Daylor Co, Inc , Box 551, Coatesville, Pa $99,324 15. cooked pork products "

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

Outlook for March 1956 The Weather Bureau's' 30-day outlook for March calls for temperatures to average below normal west of the Continental Divide and near normal- in the northern Border States.*In the remainder of the nation above normal temperatures are indicated, wth greatest departures in the Lower Mississippi Valley. Precipitation is expected to be subnor mal in the Southwest, Southern Plains, South Atlantic States, and New England. Greater than normal amounts are predicted for the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys and the Pacific Northwest, with near normal elsewhere.

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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

Expect fo MAKE MONEY n you buy r chicks! vs •_T? vi, Y_* » * ¦> v vTJ"_*'<fr V _v" « J EXPECT TO MAKE 4<K TO 6CK PER AN EXTRA PULLET CHICK If you are interested in chicks with bred-in ability to lay far better than average—and make more money —please come in and check our records. Our strain is capable of laying 200 eggs per bird a year—often more. This is at least 20 eggs a pullet more than the U. S. average. With eggs figured at only 2 _^ ' apiece, you stand to make 40 $ ' to 60_^ ' per chick more than )ou can get with chicks of average breeding. .

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

When you order your chicks be sure to put in your order for Purina Chick Startena and Sanitation Products to help you give them a fast , healthy start. Come in soon. z& NUN S. H. Hiestand Salunga John Hess II New Providence H. S. Newcomei Mt. Joy John B. Kurtz Ephrata Wenger Bros Rheems lames High Gordonville Warren Sickman Pequea J. H. Reitz Millway B. F. Adams Snader's Mill Mt. Airy John Hess Vintage Bird-in-Hand J. Fred Whiteside Kirkwood | jm, m m m " ^"" ¦ ¦ « , _styUiLl

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

•>_-_> ' each your Like year, stock thousands you make of other _farmery an inventory of W of your feed your machinery, and and supplies. - When did you last take an inventory of your Soil? Don't put it off. Do it now. Ivan M. Martin, Inc. is giving you an opportunity to have such an inventory by testing your soil FREE, without obligetion. If your field needs liming this is the way to find out. We are anxious to supply you with any amount of lime but we don't want to sell it unless it is needed. Phone Terre Hill 5-3455 or New Holland 4-2112. Take or send your sample to 912 Quarry Road, Blue Ball, Lancaster County, Pa ,

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

Laboratory facilities and investigate services of the Bureau of Public Health have been opened to local county health officials and all physicians m investigating cases

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

For the Farm Wife and Family There are signs of spring h the air, but no one can tell what March may bring. Just the ide_^ of the grass greening up, some touches of warmer temperatures and plans for gardening — all make one sure that winter's gone spring can't be far away. Ye1 some times March offers some unpredictable, rugged weather. It's planting time, and soon i1 will be gardening time As to the size of your garden, one suggests selecting plots of two sizes, then use the one you think you can best manage in the hot, humid days of summer. * Mrs. Levi Martin, 'up at R2 Ephrata, sends m several good recipes this week, and to her goes this week's free one-year subscription to Lancaster Farming. Here's what Mrs Martin - writes: "Enclosed are a few good recipes. I don't like to miss any issue of your paper. PINEAPPLE SALAD One can pineapple Two oranges Ten marshmallows One cup chopped nuts Mix with - DRESSING One-half cup sugar - Two tablespoons flour Two eggs Add this to ho...

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

it f Back in the cookie department Mrs. Martin suggests you trj some of her PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES One-half cup shortening One-half cup . peanut butter One-half cup white sugar One-half cup brown sugar One egg One-half teaspoon vanilla One-half teaspoon salt One-half teaspoon baking soda One cup flour Mix and drop on cookie sheet, press-flat with fork and bake at _3_TO degrees dh buttered cookie sheet-Make 60 small cookies •f Speaking of brown sugar, here's a letter from a Lancaster reader — "M- D." "For the farm wife and family: Can one of our practical farm women write in your most helpful paper how or where to kfeep brown sugar so it- won't get lumpy or hard 9 " Any ideas ' If so, send them to _Lancaster Farming, Quarryville, Pa. Down here m the office, they suggest 1, place brown sugar in i canniater set immediately after _fou open the box, or ' 2, if your Drown sugar has become hard, _ilace a whole, unpeeled apple n the canmster for a few days _Jeep covers on tight » 1: * Mrs ...

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