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

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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 no1 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 are conc...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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.-, owned by L...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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 ner's 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 carried out...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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 not-" The secretary nodded. "Yes, sir." she said, "Is that definite?" Britain led the world in auto exports last year.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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 ¦ . .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [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 V1NGS goes twice as far. . . O&D Sawdust Co M ™ MANHEIM, PA

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [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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Untitled Ad [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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Untitled Article [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 sue-' cessful" , 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 Market...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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 Federsl-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 Agriculture, in commenting on...

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

Cigar Tobacco Value Exceeds $11 Millions Based on an average of 27 2 cents per lb; Pennsylvania farmers last year received an estimated $11,790,000 for their crop of filler tobacco, according to the Pennsylvania State Department of Agriculture. ~~ _-~~ Hay led in value, with all types worth _- $95,788,000, with corn next at $88,554,000. Corn led in 1933 through 1952. Highest Since 1950 "• Gross returns on tobacco were the highest since 1950, despite lower per-pound prices The value in 1954 was $ll,640,720,_^and in 1935—with a smaller crop— $9,438,000 This made a per acre 1955 value of $408 on 1500 lbs. The 1954 value was estimated . Wheat placed third at $30,592,-000, oats fourth at $23,187,000, and vegetables fifth at $18,185,-000 for both fresh market and processing. _^ Others by-Value Others by rank were: potatoes, $12,948,000; tobacco; commercial apples $10,260,000; barley $7,-930,000, and peaches $5,062,000-Hay averaged 147 tons per acre, corn Jior grain 44 bu shelled. ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

About Your Home By FRANCES DELL If your house is beginning to look old, shabby and drab, it is itime 'to paint it. Whether or not you give it a full basement-toroof job or just 'touch-up work, you will find you " can give your home a complete new personality. Knowing what paint and equipment to buy is half the battle ' The first, and most important step is preparation of the surface to take and hold the paint. For this you will need rough sandpaper, steel wool, or a wire brush or a-scraper. You'll want ladders 'and cross planking for the upper reaches of the house. More Cans Needed In addition to the _Itemt, you will need extra cans for mixing, paddles for stirringstrainers for removing lumps and cloths for wiping up spatters. If possible, have some drop cloths for protecting your shrubbery and porch rooC ' iBuy only good brushes. A brush four-and-one-half to five "inches across is best for painting large, areas. A sash brush is needed for narrow strips and a brush one-and-one...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Wolgemuth Bros., Inc FOR & LIVESTOCK POULTRY Florin, Pennsylvania Phones : Mount Joy 3-9551 & 3-831!

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

LANDIS STONE MEAL CO Consult Us For The Best WHITE LILLY ALL PURPOSE MINERALS Agricultural Ground Limestone — Hard Poultry Grits Feed Mixing Calcium — Calcium — Stable Grits — Lime Spreading Service RHEEMS, PA. Call _Elizabethtown 7-2901 — Night Calls 7-2906

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

1 H & NEW HOLLAND New and Good Used FARM MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS Ds L. Diem-& Sons * LITITZ Ph. 6-2131

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

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

It's The Law "It's the Law" with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Association- General interest questions arV welcomed, and will be answered as soon as possible. Let"_^rs- must be si gned. Answer will not be published on a specified, requested day. Questions cannot be answered by mail, and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest. Address all inquiries to "Its the Law ," LANCASTER FARMING _Quarryyille, Pa. %. I would like to know if there is any way to have some savings bonds changed They were bought several years ago. At that time my father was living and he was my beneficiary, but he has since died. I have sisters, but I would like to leave the bonds to a little girl in my care She is no km and has not been adopted by me Her parents are not living Is ithere a way to get these bonds chaftiged over in her name' Some of the" bonds have reached maturity. A. B A- If the savings bonds...

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