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

Carl Diller Auctioneer and Cow Tester Re f ton, Pa. Ph. _Quarryville307R5

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

Classified Advertising FOR SALE You can use ESTERON BRUSH KILLER now for control of woody an herbaceous plants in pasture fence rows and. along ditch banks 1 gallon $3-9 1 quart 3 7 Ask your dealer or J. C Etoliich Co 736 E. Chestnut St Lancaster, Pa Free delivery anywhere n Lancaster County. SALISBURY'S 3-NITRO in you poultry, turkey, and swine feec gets you more meat, eggs anc health for less. Cost 35c to 70< per ton. Not an antibiotic Lool on your feed tags and ask you dealer, or F. W. Fisher, Leacock Ph Leola 6-2482. FARM EQUIPMENT —A-C Model "B" Tractor witr plow & Cultivator Bargains lr other tractors Snavely's Farn Servics. New Holland Ph 4-2214 MUSSER Chicks-Mt. Joy 3-4913 Bred to lay well thruout 2nd yr DUNCAN'S USED FURNITURE Antiques, glass ware and oil lights, Beds, Dressers, Wash stands, cedar chest and othei household items. We also buy CalJ Quarryville 376R6. Lancast er 33503. Route 222 New Provi dence, Pa. Next to Leaman' Garage. ALL Kinds of Concret...

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

MARTIN'S 27th ANNUAL ALL-DAY SPRING SALE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 195( AT BLUE BALL LANCASTER COUNTY PA. FARM EQUIPMENT-TRACTORS COMBINES BALERS - HARVESTERS Anything In Tractor and Horse Drawn Equipment DAIRY AND POULTRY EQUIPMENT Locust Posts - Lumber - Hay and Straw 1950 GMC 2-TON 15-FT. FLAT BED TRUCK This is the only sale of its ¦kind in the East Get goods in before day of sale Wm. Z. & Paul Z. Martin LIVESTOCK Load of Standard Bred Horses Acclimated, Work, - Driving and Saddle Horses PONIES HOME RAISED SHOATS Order of sale—Small tools at 9 a. in, sharp. Hogs, hay and straw, 11 a m Horses in evening at 7 p m. PAUL Z. MARTIN Blue Ball, Pa Auots—Steller - Horst - Wagner, Leid - Zook - Bradley - Bailey PUBLIC SALE March 20, at 1 p. m. along Route 472, 2 miles southeast of Quarryville. 20 Registered and Grade _Holsteins and Guernsey cows. Herd is blood tested, Bang accredited and most were calf hood vaccinated. 1 registered Guernsey Bull 20 months old. By Melvin C. Boyce. Ker...

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

Conestoga Twp. Newest Joining Bang's Campaign Conestoga Township this week signed up herd members 100 pei cent for initial area brucellosis tests, making the 14th township in Lancaster County to join the fight against undulant fever. Signing up Conestoga Township carries out a forecast made only a week earlier, at Dairy Day by Dr H A. Milo, director of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Animal Industry, who said Lancaster County is far ahead in this program Earl Groff, Rl Strasburg, county chairman of the Bang's Disease eradication program, called the meeting, and Walter Warfel, R6 Lancaster, reported 23 of the 25 owners of herds in the Township had signed. Six Advantages Listed Dr P V Clarkson, Lancaster veterinarian for the BAI, listed six advantages from area brucellosis -testing 1, We must have clean herds to sell milk: 2, Tested herds stay clean, only 23 per cent infection is reported in 1955 in the 32 couaties then certified clean, 3, In an area test, everyone must test; t 4, ...

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

Mail Box Market * Far Sale—Two way Farmall Plow for Cub Tractor price very reasonable John J Eby Gap R2 Phone Hickory 2-4391 For Sale—Mixed Hay, good quality Robert Musser, Lancaster RD4 Pa, Phone: Lancaster 4-0741 . For Sale—Self propelled potato or carrot harvester. Built on an International running gear Has 10 ft. picking table., Phone 4-9191 New Holland. For Sale—Mixed Hay, clover alfalfa and Brome or Timothy. Cut at early bloom no rain. A. Robert Stottlemyer, 1 mile north Georgetown For Sale—10x12 Brooder House in good condition at $95.00. H. Mervin _McMichael, Lancaster JRfJ_* Phone Millersville 4377 For Sale—One Conn Trumpet, excellent condition, a bargain at $50 Call or write Kenneth Herr, 179 Quarryville.

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

"flNESr 1 2_A /3"° you save .. .yes, you can put as much as two-thirds of your present tractor fuel bills back in your pocket if you switch to an Oh" ver Diesel Tractor. Oliver Diesels use lower-cost diesel fuel and give you more horsepower-hours per gallon. It averages out at about a two-thirds saving, depending on local fuel prices. Only Oliver can supply you with diesel power in six farm tractor sizes. Oliver Diesel Tractors use no special starting fuels, no extra starting equipment. Touch the starter button and you are Teady to work. The over-all design of Oliver Diesels will please you. Some tractors have some Oliver features—no g-. other tractor has alL of them. See us for full pSf details. _fM&3 N. a HERSHEY & SON

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

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 following rules: ¦^r Limit your advertisement over 25 words. five lines which means not j_( AH Advertisement_^ must our hands Monday 6 P.M or sam_* will be held over for next week's paper. _jt Only one advertisement allowed eacb _moolb. •_fc No business advertisements accepted for this column , •^r Yod are allowed to<rnn the. advertisement only one time-Send in oo duplication. <_je Please mail all advertisements are of MAIL BOX MARKET, LANCASTER FARMING, _QDARRYVitLE, ?A. be in by

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

Classified Advertising Rates Use This Handy Chart To Figure Your Cost Words (1) Issue (3)Issues 20 (Min.) $1.00 $2.40 21- 1.05 2.52 22 1.10 2 64 23 1.15 2.76 24 1.20 2.88 25 1.25 3.00 KEYED, ADS (Ads with answer coming to a Box Number, % Lancaster Farming): 25c additional. Send copy *to the Classfied _Adyeoctisina Dept, < _LANCASTER FARMING, QuarryviDe_, Pa. Ads running 3 or more consecutive times with no change billed at 4c per word each time with 80c minimum. _DEADLINE: Wednesday morning of each week' * publication. Positively no ads- accepted after 10:00 a. m. Wednesdays.

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

Washington Notes 100 Neighbors Clear Click Barn Wreckage Washington (USDA- The US. Department of Agriculture today announced a reseal program in certain i States for farm-stored loans on 1955 crop corn and wheat under price support Under this program, farmstored corn and wheat under price-support loans may be resealed for another program year. Farmers will also be able to convert purchase agreements on these commodities, now held in farm storage, into price-support loans for extended period Operations of the 1955-erop reseal program will be similar to those for previous crops. Hord Grain on Farm Farmers who reseal their 1955-crops for the extended loan period will hold the gram on the farm instead of delivering it to the Commodity Credit Corporation at the end of the original loan period Announcement of the program is being made now in order to give farmers time to plan and contruct any additional farm storage facilities needed to make it possible for them to re¬ seal thei...

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

8 _CalVes '-_^ u _AMff6iall_^ rris&itiinated This cow from the dairy herd of the Ralston Purina Research Farm, Gray Summit, Mo., has had eight calves, — all heifers. Each breeding _,was by artificial insemination. Her latest heifer calf, pictured above with the cow, weighed 99 lbs at birth. The cow, a grade Holstein raised on the farm, is one of the better producers in the herd. Several of her offspring are taking their places in the milking string and making good production records themselves. Leonard Gildehaus, Purina dairy herdsman, poses with the bovine "mother and daughter of the year."

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

Charlottsville, Va. — A most unusual request was made by the City Council recently of truck drivers — that Ihey clean their wheels driving into ChaHottsville. Trucks from outlying construction jobs had painted the city pavements with Albemafle county red mud and the city attorney was instructed to prepare an ordinance to make the Council's request enforceable.

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

the course oc <a regular health examination, the best cancer insurance, the American Cancer Society- says. Pain is not an eany symptom of cancer, which often strikes without warning. Doctors can defect early unsuspected cancers in

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

here' s what happens with TRACTION BOOSTER DEAD WEIGH? HERE k\ / J 4-bottom plow with WD-45 Tractor AUTOMATICALLY, AS NEEDED _Jtr MORE WORK Let us demonstrate ALLIS-CHALMERS _* LESS DEAD WEIGHT ENGINEERING IN ACTION on your * LOWER COST farra' CaU today_* r_^ ALLIS-CHALMERS SALES AND SERVICE G. Myers & Son R. S. Weaver Snavelys Farm Service ea Rheems, Pa.' Stevens, Pa. New Holland. Pa L. H. Brubaker Mann & Grumelli Farm Service - L. H. Brubaker Lancaster, Pa. Quarryville, Pa. Lititz, Pa. "--'"

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

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

Snows Proving March Still Unpredictable Whether it's the "Robin Snow" or the "Onion Snow," storms this week m Lancaster County prove March is still one of the most unpredictable of months weather-wise. Almost an inch of rain Tuesday night and Wednesday morning sent several Lancaster County streams over their banks. From the first of March to the middle of this week, 2.64 inches of rain has fallen — more than three-fourths of the normal March precipitation of 3.45 inches. Rain reports in the county varied from .70 to .90 of an inch. Ovei the weekend, the Susquehanna reach 8% feet above normal Flood stage is 238 at Columbia pumping station, where 235% was reported Saturday. Saturday Safe Harbor reported a peak between 10 a. m. and 2 p m. Midwest Blanketed Lancaster County's weather was an aftermath of storms that blanketed the midwest, leaving many persons snowbound in Wisconsin. In one city, where a basketball tournament was in progress, homes were opened to 3500 stranded by ...

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

Carl Drepperd Farm Museum Director, Dies Funeral services for Carl W. Dreppard, noted authority on Pennsylvania farm lore author of many books, and resident director of the Landis Valley Farm Museum, will be to'day at 2 p.m from St. John's Episcopal Churcn Lancaster. Mr. Drepperd," 65, died Tuesday noon ' at Lancaster General Hospital where he had been a patient since Feb. 2 He had been in ill health several months Before developing Landis Valley Museum into the finest of its kind in the nation Mr Drepperd was. , advertising director of Hamilton Watch Co from 1929 to 1932. Between 1934 and 1936 he was director of the creative division' of the Federal Housing Authority. Author of Several _^ Books In addition to helping restoer buildings at the Museum to thei" original-state Mr v Drepperd and his wife restored the oldest pri vately-owned home in Lititz built in 1757 by the Moravian Congregation for its warden Co-founder of the Amencan Foundation and editor of Products of Freed...

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

Farm Price Index For Pennsylvania Drops Six Points Fulton Grange 66 Asks Tax Refunds Fulton Grange 66 legislative committee has been instructed to wnite state legislators seeking sppor,t of, a bill providing 100 per cent" refund of tax paid gasoline purchased for off-highway uses. On April 12 <and 14 the Grange will present the play, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Creek" at Oakryn Hall. On April 13, the Grange will hold its annual Talent Night Program. Mrs. Esther Graybeal is chairman. Salisbury Grange will visit Fulton Grange and present the March 26 program. HARRISBURG — Dr. William L>- Henning, State Secretary of Agriculture, today said the index of prices- received by Pennsylvania fanners dropped six points during the month ended February 15. _^. There -was no change in the national index for the month, he pointed out. A sharp drop in the average price received by farmers for eggs contributed most to the Pennsylvania decline, Dr. Henning explained. The down-trend...

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

Watershed Meet AtMillersville Club .Saturday In a public meeting sponsored by >tlie MillersviHe Men's Club Saturday evening at the Fire Hall, the possibility of forming a Conestoga Valley Association to clean up the 475-square-mile watershed drained by the Conestoga River will be studied by a panel of speakers. President of the club is Robert Glick. Amos H. Funk an_$ Howard Siglm will be committee chairmen in charge of the annual Farmers Night. Robert G Strugle, advisorcon&ultanl to the Pennsylvania State Soil Conservation Commission and assistant executive director of the Brandywine Association, will be principal speaker and show color slides illustrating his talk on "How Teamwork Builds a Better Valley." He will illustrate means used to eliminate pollution, to reforest barren hillsides, reduce soil erosion, and improving natural beauty. Speaking to the " group also will be Earl Rebman, Lancaster sportsman and civic leader who first advocated the association;...

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

Polled Hereford Show and Sale Here March 25-26 Due to increasing interest in Polled Heref ords throughout this section, Lancaster will play host to the fifth annual show and sale of the Eastern Polled Hereford association at the Guernsey Sales Pavilion, March 25-26. Two prominent agriculturalists will be on hand, Dr. William L. Hennmg, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture, who will speak at the banquet Sunday evening, March 25 in Hotel Brunswick, and Dan Thornton, former governnor of Colorado and well-known Hereford breed¬ er. L-ancaster thus moves into the position as host held in former years by Frederick, Md. Dr. Henmng will present the new Governor Leader Cup to the owner of the show's grand champion heifer Monday morning. Nine states will be represent; ed, according to Leon Falk, Jr., EPHA _president, and John H. Royer, Jr., secretary. They are Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, New " Jer« sey, New . York _. Maine, Connecticut and Massachusetts. _r The sc...

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

Don't let Monday's flurries of snow or seys — five months old — on the farm of snappy temperatures at night fool you. Snavely Garber_, Rl Willow Street, seem Spring is just around the corner in Lan- well aware of the greening grass and the caster-County. Here two registered Guern_^ touch of spring in the air. Just Like Spring

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