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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

MAIL BOX MARKET MOUNT HOPE PULLETS, 7 months old; Bronchitis, Newcastle and Fowl Pox protected. Laying. Also custom corn picking with 2-row mounted Oliver picker. Phone Leola 6-6326. Onovlt.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

SUBSCRIBER'S 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. ! *

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

"_^pprvvta " PURINA CUSTOM MIXING Your Purina Dealer Wengers Feed Mill RHEEMS. PA Ph. EIiz»bethtown 71195 f

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Untitled Article [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<*, 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 in former haunts wne...

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Untitled Article [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<_- 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.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

John Young Buys Heinaman Home John Young of Lancaster R5, 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 & 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.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Damage Slight in Frankhouser Fire In a midnight fire Thursday morning last week, a hog pen on the Vernon Frankhouser iarm on R2 out of New Holland was damaged. An adjoining barn and chicken house were threatened but members of the family extinguished the blaze before the Liberty Fire Co. ai rived

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Untitled Ad [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.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

There's something about _^^^mm w5_T There is a lot of satisfaction in having equipment that looks good. But, more important, paint is the best protection against rust and corrosion. We use live steam and a special solvent to remove rust, grease and old paint. Then we refinish with special farm equipment paint that perfectly matches the original Allis-Chalmers color. The low cost will surprise you. Ask us to quota on your tractor, All-Crop harvester, and other major machines. L. H. BRUBAKER Lancaster R. D. 4 Litilz, R 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU Serve To Sell We Sell To Serve

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Lancaster Count) Scores High in Timonium Show By LF Staff Reporter Lancaster County scored <h _gih in the Eastern National Lve_»o;k iExpos_' ition 'here thus week wh-n a Four H _igroulp's <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 grcu'D of five Hereford si eers _placed four in in a _cOass of 15. also duplicating last year's re'cord. James V _Goyner, field representative for I'lls 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 CDou'g) Gay, Jr, former na-Itronal _oresudanit of the American Hereford _Association, and o"iner tof Brook View Farms iust cuts_^de iLexinj.'-on...

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Untitled Article [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 & 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 before-Abe _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* v breed reserves. $1.06 LB ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Groff Winner In Capon Show At Lancaster James Groff, RO7, 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 fat'slaet'ory 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 'dres'se'd 'bird's," and ito d'ay the €-rf'ifih'as i s is on meatityg>e birds through crosses, instead of _producing a dual pur ¦pose—'eggs and meat—bird. _Judging was on the ib_" c _is <^f <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 > " ?r fae_^ors conr Id'ered were ?<w"i r _» ress _ng quahiV'es an...

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Untitled Article [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.e'd' 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 Lancaster Farming may be delayed...

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