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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

PLANT YOUR SAVINGS WHERE MONEY GROWS 2 Per Cent Interest Paid _ou Savings Deposits . 21 / P _* r Cent Interest Paid on one year - 2 Certificates of Deposit . The First National Bank STRASBURG , PA . DEPOSITS _INSURED Why Pay More ? GET THE BEST FOR LESS STORM DOORS $ 37 CQ Aluminum Combination T ** 1 1-8 In _Thick-Djor Length , P . ano Hinge Completely Installed , $ 49 95 STORM WINDOWS- 3 . Track & 2 Track I < _J _~^ ALUMINUM SCREENS Made of Alcoa Kaiser Aluminum Shad _? _Screens , Aluminum _freeJestimates EASY TERU 1 Paul Cluck , E . Petersburg See Our Display Stand any Tiies . Eve . at Root s Country Mkt , E . Petersburg Roofing—Siding -Spouting Storm Windows & Doors SAVE AND EARN With Lancaster s Oldest Building and Loan Association A _Crf currently paid on installment » / O shares O O ~ f On foil paid shares-payable _+ _J / O semi-annually O CfY n Optional _* _J / O semi-annually Your money invested in first mortages on Lancaster County homes A...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Keystone Leghorns STRAIN CROSS _J Notice the alert , aggressive x appearance of our young breeding stock * BETTER CHICK LIVEAB 1 LITY ! S _• EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE * CHALK WHITE EGGS S * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION 5 * LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania - U . S . Approved ¦ _J - Pullorum • Typhoid Clean 5 WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ¦ 2 IN YOUR AREA = Poultry r n _^ Breeding raiHl Keystone 43 Old Mill Road EPHRATA . _U i PHONES : Hatchery 376 1 - Farm 3-6179 i _<* _«» 1 ¦¦¦ _£

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Women ' s Page [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Women s Page ( Continued from page eight ) Foremost in any lawn .. work is ( to pick your seed wisely . More seed is often sown than the ground can support . On a square Soot of ground , allowing-for some loss , 8 , 000 seeds should supply all the grass the soil can possibly support . A pound of Kentucky bluegrass will average well over two million seeds . Check the label before you buy Beware , we are advised , of southern grasses that may be planted this spring , - thrive through the summer , and die next winter < i t Enclosing $ 1 00 for her charter subscription to Lancaster Farming , Miss Katie S . Esh of Rl GordonviMe- sends along an interesting recipe , if one can judge from the title . Why not try her KING-A-LINGS Soften two cakes yeast in One- £ /> urth cup warm water Combine Three-fourths cup- hot scalded milk Put in large bowl , stir until » butter melts , then add ! One-third cup sugar _ Two teaspoons salt Two teaspoons grated orange rind _ , Two unb...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

_: The Weeds Mission By Margaret Eythinge - Tall grew a weed outside a garden gate , Inside a gladiole in splendor grew . Why do you with the autumn blossoms wait ? The flower asked . There -is no need of you . - In truth , I know not why you live at all — _ Only a few , pale , yellow bloom s you bore , And worthless are your seeds . Pray , droop and fall . I should not grieve at seeing you no mare . I grace the world , for evening s brightest skies Ar £ not more rich in gold and red than I - And every day the ling ring butterflies Beg me to stay till they must say , good-by . - Yes , you are beautiful , the weed replied , _^ - In patient voice , arid I am plain indeed . - But God knows why . Just then a bird , bright-eyed And scarlet-beaked , saw . the clust ring-seed , And lighting on a slender branch he ate _. With many a little chirp of thankful glee , Then spread his wings and perched upon the gate , And blessed his wayside friend in melody . Ah ! said the weed , when he had fl...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Farm Women 11 See Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Farm Women 11 See Pictures From Hawaii Colored slides of Hawaii and Mexico , taken by Mrs Ellis Esbenshade , and a display of articles purchased there during her recent trips , highlighted the February meeting of Farm Women s Society 11 at the home of Mrs . Lottie Herr , unicorn Assisting were Mrs Harry McCannon and Miss Janet Sines . Mrs Walter DeLong was cohostess and Mrs . James Retzer presided The meeting opened with _syigyig , and minutes of the previous meeting , read by Mrs . Harry McComsey , were approved Response to roll call was I Remember When Mrs . Harry Shank gave the treasurer s report . Mrs . Horace McComsey , corresponding secretary , was asked to report the meeting The president gave a full account of the Executive Board meeting which she attended in Lancaster recently . Big Sister gifts were distributed . Mrs . Shank was program chairman After delicious refreshments were served , the meeting adjourned , with the next date set for the last Thursday hi March with Mrs...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

PORK PURCHASES WASHINGTON — ( USDA ) — Pork purchases of 9 , 612 , 750 lbs m the week to March 8 , 1956 , under the continuing program to assist hog producers brought overall purchases of pork and lard to 165 / 700 , 750 lbs since November when the special USDA program got underway to help expand the consumption of ipork products , the USDA reported today Try this combination of vegetables for a salad ; chunks of cauliflower , shreds of endive , sliced cucumber , and tomato wedges . Louise W . Hamilton , Penn State extension nutritionist , says it s good .

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

_^ h _^ _W _3 _l BECAITS A WfvOC 7 MIRACLE ENGINEERED MASSEY-HARRIS ££ i _/^ fp 2-ROW COTTON AhfD ROW BEET AND BEAU CORN WITH AND 4 Hand-hoe close ? Easy with the MH 50 . You work right up nexi to the row „< .. clft aning-out more weeds , loosening and aerating the soil for fast , sturdy FRONT-MOUNTED CULTIVATORS plant growth . That s because you see where you re going You look ahead . . get a . full view of what the shovels are doing You can move in close without damaging young plants or - • - pruning root systems The MH 50 and cultivator turn as a unit . . dodge . move into or away from the row asone implement . Massey-Harns frontmounted _cultivatois attach quickly Take less time to get leady SpiingTnpoi Spring Tooth fronts and rears—or combinations Attaches to ALL MH 50 models See us for details—ask for a demonstration on your farm . Massey-Harris Field Demonstration MARCH 22 ND , 1 TO 5 P . M . ~ -At Henry H . Eshlemans FARM OFF RT . 230 , AT _FLORYS MILL Demonstratin...

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News Report From Washington [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

News Report From Washington G . L Bow Named Agency Manager IKE AND NIXON WASHINGTON — President Eisenhower may or may no 1 have Richard Nixon for a running mate in November . Conflicting reports are emerging from the White House circle , and their tone is sometimes colored by the washes of the speaker . There is a report that Ike definitely feels his voter-appeal would be greater if he ran with another person on the G . O- P . ticket . Yet there is also a report that the President is willing to leave the decision — as to whether he will run again for Vice President — up to Mr Nixon himself . If the President really leaves the decision up to Mr . Nixon , the Vice President will run again . It would be _exipeoting too much to expect him to step down now , while he is under fire from his enemies . So , if Nixon steps down , and it is said that he made the _decision himself , you can be sure he was well prompted . Question Is Farmer Actually , the President has a worry — as far as votes...

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Miles City , Mont . Reports Livestock Affection Business _Bought by John Dunlap [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Miles City , Mont . Reports Livestock Affection Business _Bought by John Dunlap MJLES CITY , Mont . —Negotiations have been completed for a change in ownersliip oi the livestock auction business being conducted at the Miles City Salesyards Co ., Inc , just west of Miles City , according to an announcement by Julian Terrett , president of the saleyards company , the Miles _~ City ~ , Mout Star reports . He informed the Star Wednesday that John B . Dunlap had completed negotiations with the owners of the Miles City Auction Co . who owns the license to operate the auction business and had completed a lease agreement with the board of directors of tHe _^ Miles City Saleyards Co ., Inc ., who own the land and facilities there . Opened May 29 , 1951 This marks the first majoi change in the operation of the livestock auction industry in Miles City since the formal opentog of the commupity-owned saleyards May 29 , 1951 . At that time the facilities were leased to the Miles City Auction Co ....

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Farm Bureau to Give Juniata Scholarships The Pennsylvania Farm Bureau _Coojjeraitive Association announced plans today to award a scholarship each school year to a male student at Juniata College , Huntingdon . Ralph H . Horst . administrative director of field services for the statewide cooperative , said the award would be made annually to a second semester _sophomore . Horst added that the scholarship would _become effective for the first semester of the win ners junior year- Value of the award is $ 150 per semester through the Junior year , he explained . As part of the scholarship _, the winner must agree to work for Pennsylvania Farm Bureau a minimum of eight weeks during the Summer vacation at the end of his sophomore year , Horst added . The process of selecting the first recipient probably will get under way in April , Horst said . It will be the first Pennsylvania Farm Bureau scholarship awarded to a student at a liberal arts college However , a similar program has been ca...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Definitely Definite The employer was leaving the office . He was instructing his new secretary as to what to say if any one catted in his absence . I may be back this afternoon , he told her . And then again I may notThe secretary nodded . Yes , sir . she said , Is that definite ? Britain led the world in auto exports last year .

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

O&D Shavings 1 Phone : MANHEIM _r r nt 5-2305 for ** _** % J \ J % J for clean , dry houses fertilizer , and real savings you ... - Prompt Delivery Service ! A Ton of SHA V 1 NGS goes twice as far . . . O&D Sawdust Co M ™ MANHEIM , PA _Qaslity _msntfacturing U the by . irord of every John _Deeretfactory . Beginning with incoming ship * ¦ tents of only the highest-trade _jaateritls , each manufacture J pan .,.. every finished implement is in * ipected thoroughly by skilled . f LANDIS workmen to assure Its meeting _«* • ct John Deere quality standards That s why farmers everywhere are loud in their praise for the dependability . . . the quality construction of John Deere Farm Equipment . See us for information BROS Latest Improved Farming Equipment \ 1305 Manheint Pike Phone 3-3906 P . O . Box 484 Lancaster , Pennsylvania ¦ . .

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

* PLUMBING & HEATING * WATER SYSTEMS * SHEET METAL WORK * QUIET MAY OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE FISHER RALPH J COCHRANVILLE Phone West Grove 5637

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Make A Point To Visit Our Animal Health Department THE QUARRYYILLE DRUG CO . QUARRYVILLE , PA PHONE 1 O O

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New Varieties Of Potatoes , Inspection Up [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

New Varieties Of Potatoes , Inspection Up COUDERSPORT —New vaneties of potatoes and a new type of Federal-State inspection program will combine to give Pettri- _l sylvania housewives a superior spud service , it was learned during the annual Potato Growers Institute at nearby Potato City Hotel , sponsoied by the Pennsylvania Cooperative Potato Growers Association . Dr William L Henning , State Secretaiy of Agriculture , reported that an experiment on official potato inspections which He arxanged with assoeiation officers last fall has been highly suecessful , Superior Varieties Dr E L Nixon , director of the research farms of the association at Potato City , told of several superior varieties of potatoes which he developed through cross breeding . Adapted to Pennsylvania farming conditions , they still need field testing before they can be grown _, commercially , he said . Potato growers are greatly satisfied with the new jnspectional service that centers in the Bureau of Markets of...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Hay Leads in State ' s Crops At $ 88 Million [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Hay Leads in State s Crops At $ 88 Million NO GUARANTEE 1 The label on material or a garment that says preshrunk without giving the percentage of shrinkage , is no guarantee against further shrinkage Bernice J . Tharp , Penn State extension clothing specialist , declares . Har _^ isbu . rg—in value of total production , hay was the King Of Crops on Pennsylvania farms in 1955 for the third straight year , according to revised Feder-sl-State figures announced today by the State Department of Agriculture Corn has reigned as the highest value crop in the Keystone State from 1933 through 1952 , record ? show Crop Value $ 95 Million The value of last season s crop of all types of hay is estimated at $ 95 , 788 , 000 compared with the corn total of $ 88 , 554 , 000 , the Department said . Corn value has not exceeded that of the total hay crop since 1952 when corn came to $ 108 , 905 , 000 In that year hay had a value of $ 95 , 788 ,- 000 . Dr . William L Henning , State Secretary of Agricu...

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