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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955
SUBSCRIBERS BONUS Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming and receive FREE one advertisement each month in our Mail Box Market ! Subscribers using the MAIL BOX MARKET will be governed by the _ ¦—r p——m % ( _n \\ mKI mo rule , . ¦ _+ _C Limit yonr _admtistmenfio fire lines which means not over 25 words . • Ar Ail _AdreiliMinenls most be in oar hands by Monday 6 P . M or same will be held _oter for next week s paper . _M Only one _adratuement allowed each month . it No business _adTertisements accepted for this column . _ic Yon are allowed to run the advertisement only one time Send in no duplication . it Please mail all adveitisemtnts ore of MAIL BOX MAR KET , LANCASTER FARMING , QUARRYVILLE , PA . ! * FURNACE OIL By using _TEXACOyUE NACE OIL fyou c » ri always Count On A Warm Home _* CALL _USIFOREQUICK SERVICE Garber Oil Company MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 PENNA Used Tractors and Farm Machinery A-110 CORN PLANTER FOR REG A . FARMALL HM-240 CULTIVATOR FOR HORM FARMALL 50 T INTERNATIONAL BALER ...
Most Hunters Satisfied in Small Game [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955
Most Hunters Satisfied in Small Game Reports from over tne state indicate that on Oct 2 » , tne opening day of the 1955 small game season , sportsmen were sucoebbful in bagging mucn game on both farm and iorest lana . Mam and foliage reduced the amount of hunting ana the km of game in _^ orne wooaea areas but , generally , the hunters weie well satisfied with the opener and the small game supply . However , game _wa _^ leportea as sitting tight The shooting success varied between sections of the state , naturally , but tor the mosc pan the picture , by species , appeared about like this . Cottontail ranbits . In most divisions , a suDstantial increase over iyo % m _otners as plentiful ? s last year lviaie ringnecked pheasants . Generally , up in _numbers Grouse , in the north central less than m i » o &lt;* , elsewhere a few more than last year , but spotty Wild turkeys . Showing predicted increase ovei entire range Squirrels , in great numbers where food is pientitui , few ...
Oxford Firm Joins Guernsey Club About Stable [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955
Oxford Firm Joins Guernsey Club About Stable PETERBOROUGH , N H —The American Guernsey Club has announced the election to membership of Delp Bi others , Shady Brook Farm , Oxford , a The American Guernsey Club is a national organization ot more than 50 , 000 breeders ot purebred Guernsey cattle . It records the registration of purebred Guernseys which trace to the Island oi Guernsey , original home ot the breed which is located m the Eng &lt; _- lish Channel . The AGCC also supei vises tests of production and , through Golden Guernsey , Inc , supervises the marketing of Golden Guernsey Milk . Drafts Call 8 , 000 The Defense Department has announced selective service will Idraf-t 8 , 000 men during January Since the Korean War s early months , 1 , 994 , 430 men have been drafted .
John Young Buys Heinaman Home [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955
John Young Buys Heinaman Home John Young of Lancaster R 5 , purchased the 2 ] _£ story house , two acres and 128 perches in West Earl Twp for $ 17 , 500 m the sale offered by Mrs . Stella Heinaman Diffenbach &amp; Bachman were auctioneers A muzzle-loading gun sold for $ 7 , a plank bottom rocker at $ 17 , an old iron penny bank at $ 28 , old _coinj $ 7 , a dining room suite $ 60 , bureau $ 16 .
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955
Ponders Predicament Dr . William L . Hemnng , Perm- Pennsylvania , has just been pre- half ton of potato chips , 450 galsylvania s Commissioner ot Agn- sented with a turkey for his Ions of baked beans , a ton of cabculture , pondeis a predicament Thanksgmng aime f along with bage slaw , 15 , 000 cinamon rolls , on the speake _; s platform at the , . * * Purina mill opening celebration a Checkerboard shirt and tie , em- were included in the bill of fare in Harnsurg Oct 22 . Dr . Hen- blematic of Punna s trademark , served an estimated 17 , 000 permng , who welcomed Purina to Eight tons of fried chicken ana a sons .
Lancaster Count ) Scores High in Timonium Show [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
Lancaster Count ) Scores High in Timonium Show By LF Staff Reporter Lancaster County scored &lt; h _gih in the Eastern National Lve _» o ; k iExpos _ ition here thus week _wh-n a Four H _igroulp s &lt; emtry of five Angus steers r _^ _aiced first in a tough field This was tine third year in a rowjjatfflcaster County copped _tto c victory • The county s entry of grcuD of five Hereford si eers _placed four in in a _cOass of 15 . also duplicating last year s _record . James V _Goyner , field representative for _Ills American Aber deen Angus Breeders associa ion , from _Warrenfon , Va . t ° ld Lan caster Farming that 7 4 herds of Blacks firm 1 21 states were repre sented m the 305 head of breedtog stock and 149 steers on exhibit at the Eastern National • Report Fronr Kentucky Over an the wfoiteface division , Ifehe story was much the same J D _CDoug ) Gay , Jr , former naItronal _oresudanit of the American Hereford _Association , and oiner tof Brook View Farms iust cuts ...
Champ $ 1 . 06 Lb ; Average $ 25 . 56 In Steer Show [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
Champ $ 1 . 06 Lb ; Average $ 25 . 56 In Steer Show Prime yearlings fed out by farm youth fiom Lancaster and nine nearby counties sold late test week for a total of $ 73 , 543 . 41 m the Southeast District 4-H Club Baby _Beaf &amp; Lamb Club Roundup and Sale at Lancaster Stock Yards- There were 284 youngsters entering 300 head of , steers , and 15 pens of lambs Average prices fell in sympathy with the lower public mar _« ket cattle prices , with a final figure of $ 25 65 , compared to $ 30 62 in the 1954 show , and $ 31 OS-in 1953 . Average weight was a fraction over 1 , 000 lbs , compared to 978 last year and 980 the year beforeAbe _Diffenbach was auctioneer m the long , -slow sale that lasted four hours until the 299 head had been sold Weather was clear and cold Leading the winners list was Northampton county , but Lancaster County came in for its share of blues and purples , with _, the show s reserve championship , champions in _ill breeds but the highest . Angus , anr *...
Groff Winner In Capon Show At Lancaster [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
Groff Winner In Capon Show At Lancaster James Groff , RO 7 , Lancaster , 1 i ; ppsd a field of 14 to win Lan- » aster County it- Me in tine countywide 4 _^ H Oaipom Club Roundup at Hotel Brunswick in Lancaster Tuesday morning . Carl Dawson , extens on poultry _i _^ acial 1 _^ from tlhe _PernsyiVajnia _Hiaite _UniveirSity college of agnlOTlture _desicribed the show as lone whose qua _^ ty was quite _fatslaetory There has been a _IlieTiMid _^ us _improvement mi tihe ou . _ality of _capons over tihe years , he continued , after judging Itthe 14 na _^ rs of _dressed birds , and ito d ay the € _-rfifihas i s is on meatityg &gt; e birds through crosses , instead of _producing a dual pur ¦ pose— eggs and meat—bird . _Judging was on the ib _ c _is _&lt;^ f &lt; aiPiount of meat , and this is _^ primary , the judge advised itihe . vouirag m _« n and _worren , mvting itlhem to partie na _^ e bv iud _^ in _? ¦ an _^ heir cwn O &gt; ? r fae _^ ors conr _Idered we...
McSparren Again Named Master of Fulton _Grange 66 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
McSparren Again Named Master of Fulton _Grange 66 _Aotivifaes will be busy on the calendar « f Fulton Grange 66 the next few weeks , starting off with a , bus trip to the Ice Follies at _Henshey Dec 2 Rev . Roy Tawnsend , pastor ot Little Britain Presbyterian Churdh , will speak at the next meeting Nov 28 , and a ipie judging contest for women wtill be staged the same evening . Mrs Paul Mount will be judge Charles G McSparran was mfitailQ . ed as master , with , ceremonles in charge of Alfred Wanner from the _Salisbury Grange . Also installed were : Edward James overseer ; Howard MMer , _isteward ; Clair _Munpihy , assistant steward ; Robert Reed , _chaplain ; Mrs . Mabel _iBraibson , lecturer ; Mrs . Charles G McSparran , secretary ; Walter Wood , treasurer Retail ) Anmlitrong , gatefeeeper ; Mrs . William Walton , Ceres ; Mrs . Bibs Sheets , Pomona ; Miss lone Groff , Flora and Miss _Evefym Richardson , lady assistant . Thanksgiving Delay Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday , your Lan...
Hot ? Cold ? Take Your Choice in [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
Hot ? Cold ? Take Your Choice in November Range Wide _-swings in _weaitlher were noted _tfhrouginout Lanrar . ter Co ur . ty this week , wath warm _weather , cool weather , damp weaiiher and drv _wea * ih . i er . Matter of fact , the _ifhermomater _tuirlhaled to a How of 24 ait the « _ud ¦ point Jast week , _# ie _&gt; n bounced up _ilo 70 on Sunday , ifihe wannest on record for itlhat date Tijere has been frost , a touch of snow , but moitihing quite like _tfhe 78 degrees in Nov 1929 . Add to the wide variety of weather a bit of fog Wednesday morning . Same ibuds Ithcughit it was spring again , but as a _nile fro t ihas _quendhed the blush of _iblooms Greider Flock Wins Title in Laying Contest Greider Leghorn Farm , Mount Joy , today holds two of three top ratings at _^ the end of the first month of the _Pennsylvania Egg Laying Contest . At the end of October , one pen was first , another third , in the Pennsylvania ranking , and the flock is currently third in the New Jer...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
, _Marked News - LANCAST 1 M LIVESTOCK MARKET By David . S . Loeenson , Reporter ( USDA Market News Bureau LANCASTER Wednesday to Wednesday Review J CATTLE Three days 4 , 447 week ago 5 , 316 , Compared with lfest Wednesday average choice rind prime slaughter steers 1200 lbs and lighter mostly steady ; good and low choice shortfod steeis slow aiound 25 c lower , choice and yiJKio over 1200 lbs _sjow , weak Heifers scarce , steady . _fows about steady , bulls weak to 50 c lower Supply comprised around 60 pei cent stockers and feeders and nearly 10 per cent cows Stockers and feeders around 50 c lower , best action on weights around 800 lbs and lighter Bulk choice fed steers $ 20 50 to $ 22 50 , load 1150 lb _lugh choice to low _jJrime $ 22 75 , part load 991-lb _tfnme steers $ 23 00 Load 1375-lb Srime steers : &gt; 22 00 Several lots 1400 to 1500 _J 1 ) choice and prime steers $ 20 00 to $ 2100 . Good steers mainlj $ 18 00 to $ 20 00 , a few lots and loads 1000 to 1100lb good ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955
TURKEYS PHILADELPHiA _ Nov 16 — Turkey market report ( cents per lb for grade A . &amp; U S grade A ) DRESSED- Ice packed steady Prices moved / a to lc higher on most sizes Tj jding volume * continued light as mild-rainy weather prevailed Ample supplies were available for the fair current demand and the anticipated improved new tuture demand FRYERS-ROASTER 6-10 lb 3940 , young hens iO-14 lb 4142 , 1416 lb 40-41 , young toms 16-20 _Ib 35-36 , 20-22 lb 34-34 _^ , 22-24 lb 33 _V 234 , 24-26 lb 34-35 , 26 lb &amp; up 35-36 FROZEN ( AN , D FRESH ) Ready-to-cook Unsettled Current demand only fa .. r with _offerings liberal Buyers for large retail outlets were negotiating for iuture deliveries and selling competition was keen-FRYERS-ROASTERS 4-8 , 1 b 51-Mi-54 , 8-10 lb 49 _^ -52 % , 10-14 lb 48 V 2-51 , young hens 8-10 lb 52 = 53 , 10-14 lb 52-55 , 14-16 lb 53-56 , young toms 14-16 lbs 47-50 , 16-18 lb 46-49 , 18-20 lb 45-48 , 20-22 lb 43-46 , 22-24 lb 43-46 , 24-26 lb 444...