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

. Precipitation in 30 Days This chart shows the general nature of heavy, and the precipitation amounts total precipitation which fell during the which determine these classes are obtainpreceding 30 days. Precipitation is express- ed from an analysis of many years of reced in three classes: light,'moderate, and ord at many stations.

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

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

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

T. J. MATTHEWS 278R2 A. H. BURKHOLDER 175 QUARKYVILIE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO THOMAS J. MATTHEWS, Gen. Mgr. Concrete or Cinder Block. Phone Chimney Block and IinteL

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

MAY May 7-10 — Pennsylvania Guernsey Association host to 79th Annual Meeting American Guernsey Cattle Club, Philadelphia. JUNE June 9—Annual Lancaster County Poultry Association Barbecue. Lititz.

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

Nearness to Market Spurs Beef Output < Nearness of "the greatest consumer markets in the United States" should offer incentive for increased production of beef _^jsttle or. Pennsylvania iarms, State Secretary of Agriculture William L. Henning declared at Lancaster recently. "The time is ripe for Pennsylvania to increase its beef cattle production," he told 250 southeastern Pennsylvania fanners _^ la meeting m the nearby Guernsey sales pavilion, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Cooperative Association and member county branches of the area. Feeder Cattle Decline • ' Noting that there was a decline of 2 per cent in the number of feeder cattle counted in Department of Agriculture surveys this January 1 compared with a year earlier, Dr Henning said that for the United States there was a gain of 1 per cent in feeder cattle numbers. ' _Pennsylvania farms are capable of producing a surplus of grass on which young steers can be fattened for market, he explained Most ...

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

Barn Near Georgetown Burns Only ithe charred framework of a barn remains after fire swept the structure Friday morning on the farm of Joe Bolton at Frackmari's Mill a half mile west of, Georgetown m the Mt. Pleasant Community. Mr Bolton was not home, working on a road project near Camargo, but (the _Marking of a dog "Fluffy" altered Mr Bolton's grandson, Johnny, 11 His grandmother phoned the alarm, and _companies from both Quarryville and Georgetown (Bart Township) responded Cow, Calf, Pigs Lost Johnny, whose mother also works, _N was staying with his grandparents, under observation and recuperating from minor injuries suffered when a plate glass window collapsed and ' crashed to the sidewalk in the April 28 windstorm in downtown Lancaster, showering him with broken glass. Mrs Bolton reported a " cow, calf, 20 head of pigs and a sow were burned in the fire. Firemen, afiter extinguishing the blaze, probed the ruins in hop'es some might have survived. A quantity of baled hay. ...

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

4H Tractor CM* Meets March 19 At Herr Garage Monday, March 19 will be the next meeting of the Southern Lancaster County 4-H Tractor Club at the E. L Herr Estate Garage in Wakefield_, the club announced at its meeting Monday night in the C E- Wiley & Son establishment at Quarryville Fred Frey, leader, urges that those interested an joining when they reach the age of 12 to 14 attend meetings of the Club. This applies especially to those who will be eligible to join in a year or two. Monday night Glenn and Murl Aument conducted a safety demonstration on use of shields with power _taikeoffs, and using a pipe and rag with an electric drill to catch bits of metal that might cause injury to the individual. A movie, "The Why of Auto Lubrication," telling of different oils and why they should be used, as was shown to the 14 members present. First year members studied tractor safety under Mr. Frey, and safety violations were pointed out to _~ members. Third year members heard ...

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

Dairy and Crop iMeeting Held At Morgantow_^_, Attendance was much ot_£n_$re than expected at the special meeting on dairy and crops at Morgantown Tuesday night, ac cordmg to Chester County Agent Robert A Powers, Jr Although around 25 were expected, 70 from the Morgantown, Honey Brook and Elverson area were present The meeting extended until 11 p m, with Joseph C Nageotte, extension dairy specialist from Pennsylvania State University discussing feeding, management, and prevention of internal parasites, Soil Testing, by Max M Smith. Lancaster County agricultural agent; hand fertilization of hay and pasture lands by Mr. Powers. J. F. Haldeman, Berks county agricultural agent, told of means for controlling garlic in pastures . Meanwhile, Mr Powers reports practically all Chester county dairymen have signed the individual- plan in the statewide drive against brucellosis. Work is advancing there too on area tests. Move Over Move over your other surpluses, and let in a new type of ...

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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

Lancaster County Sales Dates Claimed MARCH March 9 — Along the road fv3m Maytown to Bainbridge, Route No 241, one-half mile from Maytown. on the Joe Bixler Farm, stock and _implements by Jay W Brandt. March 10—Dick Sohuhman, Shermandale Pa, Perry County, Ferguson dealer, 20 tractors and farm machinery. 12 00 noon. March 10—Wm R Dorwart, Aberdeen Mill, along pike 4 miles north of Elizabethtown, Pa., 54-acre farm, four cows, Machinery and furniture 12 00 noon. March 10 — Valuable real estate_^ cattle, implements and furniture, on pike, midway between Aberdeen Mill and Deodate, seven miles east of Middeltown, four miles north of Elizabethtown, 54-acre farm, Wm. R. Dorwart and Mary Ann Dorwart, owners, 12 30 noon March 10 — Close to Donegal Springs along road leading from Maytown to Landis Stone Meal Plant, stock, implements, some household furniture, by Engle E Shelly. March 10 — Livestock, implements, in Elstonville, Frank Ruhl. March 12—Omer B Landis, V* mile east of Elizabet...

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

County Farmers Association for Own Soil Bank U. S. Congressman, Paul B Dague was the guest of a group of Lancaster County farmers at dinner in "Washington March 5 According to William Jacobs, Narvon_) president of the Lancaster County Farmers Association, six men of the county attended the annual Congressional dinner staged by the Pennsylvania Farmers Association. All 30 congressmen and the two senators were invited. View New Programs Purpose of the meeting was to acquaint the Pennsylvania Congressmen with the official program of the Farmers Association anid the American Farm Bureau. Attending the Washington meeting from Lancaster County were William Jacobs, of Narvon; J- Ray Grader, R2, Mount Joy; Clyde Wiivell, R2, Mt ' Joy; Everett Benjamin, R2 Holtwood; Fred Seldomndge, Gap, ari"d Louis Hoober, R2 Paradise. About 150 farm men and women attended the Washington meeting. High on the list of national legislative items was the juestion of exempting farm used _gasoline from the ...

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

FOS MA&Cffi _Ufi_> J Bible Comment:} Faith That Jesus Lives Upholds Us "WfE will soon see how the joj and hosannas of the triumpKal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem changes quickly into the scenes of darkness and tragedy, as Jesus is arrested, brought before Pilate and then driven forth :o crucifixion. (Jesus had warned the disciples m words that, after the event, seemed unmistakably plain that He was about to suffer and die But the disciples were so filled with the idea of an earthly kingdom, and they .were so busy disputing about who should have the preferred places, almost to the very momeniTof the crucifixion, that they failed to take His words seriously.) But, in the very hour of dark despair, comes the joyous news of the empty tomb and the risen Christ. ! "_^ope and faith revive, and_'the [disciples go forth to their task oi world conquest. What less than that conviction that Jesus has risen and revealed Himself to them could send them forth in a new-found ...

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

«L. ri-i.-- - _Sf - WEAVER SALE _*" ' _~ Cows sold from $144 to $281 and bulls _ifrom $144 to $181 in the Titus Weaver public sale Monday in Warwick Twp. Hogs went at $40 to $50 each, pigs $4.75 to $6 50, wagon $150, milk cans $7 50 each, air compressor $50, range shelter $46, side delivery rake $180, drill $241. Henry Shremer was auctioneer. WORK HORSES $130-197 Work horses sold from $130 to $197 in the William W. Stauffer sale Monday near Murrell. Cows brought $145 to $320, chickens $1.30 to $145 each, straw $25.50 " a " ton, gram drill $155, wagon $261, tobacco planter $76, _4isc $145. Frank Snyder was auctioneer_, i FRAME HOUSE $7,600 A frame dwelling with two acres of land at Harristown_, half a mile north of Vintage, sold Saturday to Roy Trout, near Vintage, for $7,600. Offered by John" Snyder A woodland tract also was sold for $360. PHYSICIANS AND PHONIES The American Cancer Society says cancer cannot be cured by pills, powders, ointments or other _^ phony nostrums used b...

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

Market News Poultry (By USDA) Live Poultry Philadelphia March 7—Market unsettled. Demand good lor Quality Poultry with supplies of most classes more than ample Few lots earned Rock Pullets 36c. Large White Rock Caporiettes 31-32c, Crosses were unsold, Cross Fryers 26-27c, Vantress Reds 26-27c Turkeys unsettled. Small type Young Hens 35c, Young Toms 33c Small type Breeder Hens, Fancy- Quality, 42 Receipts March 6 included Maryland 10,000 lbs, Delaware 13,000 lbs, Virginia 4,000 lbs Wholesale selling prices No 1 and fancy Quality broilers or friers heavy type 3-4 lbs 26-27 Pullets 4_Vj lbs and over 36 Hens heavy type 27%-32, light type 16-22 Ducks Muscovy 21 Turkeys; Young Hens 3542, Young Toms 33._^

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

PUBLIC SALE Monday, March 12, 1956 WE WILL HAVE OUR 21st. Annual Big Spring Commission Sale At Landis Valley, 3 Miles North of Lancaster, Pa. on Route 222 25 Shoatt _.ZC Minneapolis Tractor, BFM. M. Tractor, MM Side Bake, Caie _hide Kake, MM Spreader, Case Spreader Spring Harrow, Disk -Harrow2 Bottom Plow, Binders, Mowers Rubber Tire Wagon with Bed, Tobacco Ladders, Lawn Mowers Tobacco Lath, Wheel Barrow, Farm Gates, Step Ladders, Baler Twine, Tomato Baskets, Chains, Batteries. New Motors, Tares, Forks, Shovels. Brooms, Buckets, Tools, Hose. Seed Sower, Oil, Roofing Coating, Cotton Hull, 41 p c Cotton Meal, Bean Meal, Salt Blocks, WedgesLumber, 6 Range Shelters, Nests. Feeders, Fountains, Egg Baskets, Coops, Single and Double Trees, Harness, Shoes, Overalls, Potatoes, Hay, Straw. This is to inform you that we are the distributors for the Minneapolis Moline _Equipment. P. S. Not knowing what you will have to sell it is hard to write along list so bring all vou can spare a...

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

PUBLIC SALE of Live Stock & Farm Equipment & Furniture Monday, March 12 —1956 One Half Mile East of Elizabethtown, Pa., along (Vlanheim Pike on Dr. Thompson's Farm. 15 head of Cows, 350 Chickens, 4 TRACTORS, FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY, 3 ton of Corn, Poultry Equipment. Lot of Furniture Sale 12 noon sharp. Furniture sold first. * - i ..-' -jjf- Mr. & Mrs. Omer Landis G. K. Wagner & Son, Bill Auctioneers. f i

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

TITE-ON SHINGLES (Each Shingle Locked Down ) Resisted Hurricane Hazel _Especially designed for re-roofing over old wooden 'shingles and other types of roofing We do the job for you with men who know how ' 1000's ot satisfied customers ' EASY TERMS IF YOU DESIRE ' FREE ESTMATES EAST PETERSBURG, PA PAUL CLUCK Rooting - Siding - Spouting Phone Lane. 2-6124 If no answer 3-9403 See Our Display Stand any Toes day fat. at Roots Country Mkt East Petersburg.

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

STA-FRESH SODIUM BISULFITE Silage Preservative J3est Yet for Preserving _^ Grass Silage 'Save 50c per 100 lbs-By Placing your order bef o re MARCH 31st Price for _orders booked this month $6.40 per cwt. DELIVERED i Special and Prices to Dealers _Ciisrom Users P. L. ROHRER AND BRO..INC. SMOKETOWN Ph. Unc 2-2659

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

Send Your Livestock To J. P. WARFEL INC Lancaster, Pa Union Stock Yards We sell on commission, CATTLE, CALVES, HOGS, SHEEP and LAMBS Phone Lancaster 7-8S11

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

Stanley H. Defter Auctioneer and Appraiser 1906 Willow St. PBk PH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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