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

Turkeys Withdrawn In Nov . 10 Auction Although the traditional Thanksgiving turkey day was but two weeks away , three lots of 3 , 100 _turkey in the 4 , 625 offering were withdrawn in last Thursday s auction at the Lancaster Poultry _Exchiinge . \ A top price of 30 M . cents did not meet the satisfaction of several producers , and they withdrew their oftermgs Range of prices was from _24-U to 30 % . A bid of 31 ft was made on 300 White Toms offered by I H . Herr , but no sale wa 3 completed . Clyde Herr sold 475 broadbreasted Bronze turkeys at 30 _& to Meaders Poultry I . H . Herr sold 900 broadbrpasted _Brnnzfis to Producers Cooperative Ex change at 30 centsBroilers , totaling 133 , 710 head , sold from 20 1 o 24 % cents a lb , _vith 275 white Vantress caponettes consigned by Leon W . Hess selling to John N . Thomas at 24 Vi . Ray _Gibble , RD Columbia , bought 300 _Indian River crosses , 11 weeks old , lrom Allen Kauffman , Bird-in-Hand , at 24 cents . Turkeys continue...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Her Happiest Day ? To 17-year-old Phyllis Buss RD 2 , Easton , Northampton County , winning grand championship over all breeds at the Southeast District 4-H Club Baby Beef Show at Lancaster , provided the happiest day ever Butchie triumphed in what officials described as an unusually strong Angus division , and sold for $ 106 a pound to the Reading Terminal Market , Philadelphia . Weighing in at 1 , 190 lbs , he grossed $ 1 , 26140 — ( Lancaster Farming Photo ) .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

LIVE POULTRY PHILADELPHIA Nov 16 — Market unsettled Supplies of most classes were m excess oi the lighter but very selective demand Pullets were mostly unsold Barred rock pullets 30-32 c , White Rocks and Indian Rivers 28-29 c , few lot 30 c , reds 28 c Caponettes failed to clear Large White Rocks 2 o-28 c , few lots 30 c , small sizes 42 c No 2 qual 20-22 c Cross fryers in fair demand at 4 c , White Rocks 22-23 c , few lots higher carried 21-21 % c , Vantress Reds 23-23 ! i , few lots 24 c . Turkey demand _li&ht for more than ample supplies Heavy type largely young hens 41 43 c , small sizes 43-45 c young toms large sizes 2730 Small sizes 35-3 Bc without clearing Small type young hens carried 40 c , young , toms 35-36 c with bulk _unsod Receipts Nov 15 included Md 16 , 100 lbs , Del 19 , 010 lbs , Va . 11 , 577 lbs Wholesale selling prices No 1 and fancy qual Broilers or fryeis 3-4 lbs 21-24 . Pullets 4 _V 2 lbs and over 28-32 Hens heavy type 18-24 light type 16-20 . Du...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Average of 1 S > _£ Cents Made ft Rohrerstown [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Average of 1 S > _£ Cents Made ft Rohrerstown In Nov . } s poultry _auctlbn at _Rohrerstevn , 14 buyers bought 151 , 235 birds at an average ol 18 j cents . Range ot prices was 15 to 19 Vi cents , with tour lots scoring top price Other sales lecorded included 7 , 100 capohettes 19 C _<^ 1 cents a _pounfa , 875 leghorn iowls 16 ) 4 © 17 , and 200 yearling hens 20 % cents

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Ask About This NEW High Ego _Producer . th ( % Pullets $ 17 . 00 Per 100 Farm Bureau _LEGHORN Strain Cross—55 Farm Bureau Dillerville Rd ., - Lane . __^ _. BR ANCHES : _, _«?(^ VM a nl 11 . i m . N . u > _Hnllanrl _^ _HT Quarryville No cost 1 / pipes or registers to install or clean Look at these exclusive SIEGLER features • Two-in-One Heatmaker _• Saves up to 50 % In fu _« l • _Sleftetmattc Draft « nds loot < fnd _tmok * _• _SiUnt-Floafing super quiet motor mount « Lifeiirrte porcelain • nam _« l finish • * -way directional Tropical floor Htai • Cast iron _WnslrucJiOn • Kleen-Fire _burntr , eleaiu as it heats • -Summer cooling at the turn of a switch _*» WM > T i * _mutm ~ ,. _; _MjMK ~ Z ; _iJKKkUM ** L . H . BRUBAKER Lititz RD 3 Lancaster RD 4 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU ! ,

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igation Might Easily Double ited States Crop Production [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

igation Might Easily Double ited States Crop Production regressive rise in soil producer has been brought about by : 1 ) _Mechanisation ; ( 2 ) Hybrid i ; - ( 3 ) Chemical Fertilizer ; Sprinkler irrigation _, ome of the farmers caught in current cost-price squeeze are hng their own ways to mjse profits by lowering unit ts , Dr . Gciald G- Williams , il recently an agronomist at ¦ due University , points out . _s latest wnnkle , he says , is inkier irrigation These farmers , like their lers who traded horses for tors , created revolutions in ning . They befuddle efforts to ftrol production by cutting gage and upset _Malthusian [ dictions of _i starving world . • Now Making Own Rain i First it was mechanization . n , a couple of decades ago discovered hybrid seed _, m around J 940 consumption chemical fe > _tilizers climbed rard with tarm income and the past four years fertilizer has continued to climb de- ; e the decline in total farm ime . ow , these production-minded ner...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Circulation Director [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Circulation Director Robert J- Wiggins Robert J . Wiggins , Quarryville , has joined Lancaster Farming as circulation director , it was announced today by the new Lancaster C 6 _unty farm weekly . Bob , a native of Lancaster County ,, is a con of Mrs Morton R . ( Alma C . ) Bowman and the late Arthur _Wjggms He was born in Refton , and has lived in that neighborhood as well as on a Drumore _Towuship farm for two years , before moving into Qarry-vile-He was graduated from Southern Lancaster County Joint Community High School in Quarryville in 1954 , and since his days as a Freshman has been well known in the County as a com ¬ mercial photographer . During high school , he held the unusual record of being vice president of his Freshman class and president of his Sophomore , Junior and Senior classes- In that time and since , many of his photographs have appeared m the High School yearbook and in dedicatory booklets , for elementary schools throughout townships in the Southern End . Si...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Lancaster County Scores High in Timonium Show [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Lancaster County Scores High in Timonium Show ( Continued from page one ) Iliori s _^ hare of awards in Aberdeen Angus buM classes at _Dhe Eastern National Livestock Exiposition here Wednesday Grand idhamipion Angus bull was Ankonians 32129 tlh shown iomitly by Ankony and Hiolmlby Farms , and reserve bull _dhamipions ( hiip went to Ankony Farms and Mdilarden Farms of Anoville , Pa . In females grand champion was Blue Blood Lady of Ratty , shown by _Heckmeire s Highlands Valencia , Pa Reserve _grdnd _dbamlpior female was shown by KmloCh Farms , Supply , Va When final Shorthorn results were tallied , _tfhree of the four top _positions went to tlhe consistent winners , Mathers Bros , of Mason City , 111 , wlhose LeveMiale _Cmtic—a well known winner—- / tapped the bulls as grand champion Reserve was another _Makers entry and Grand _ttennpiom heifer also came from the Illinois firm , Leveldale Augusta Lass , whole B Hollis Hanson of Conmersviffle , Ind , scored reserve grand dhamiplonsih...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

BELMONT 97 Per Cent Pure ___ AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE ANALYSIS Calcium Oxide 30 pc . Magnesium Oxide 20 pc . Neutralizing Equivalent 57 pc . 98 dc . Through 20 Mesh 75 pc . Through 100 Mesh PRODUCED AND SOLD BY Wenger & Sensenig Co . Phone Gap 45 R 21 R . D . 1 , Paradise , Pa . EVEN SPREADER SERVICE AND SOIL TESTING SERVICE f / Night Phones : Glenn E . Gehman Lancaster 3-7764 David B . Johns Strasburg Overland 7-3301

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

24-Hour Service on—— Learners Permits EDWARD G . WILSON Notary Public 16 S . Lime St . Lancaster . Pa _^ _B A . H . BURKHOLDER JOHN D . GRAHAM TELEPHONE 175 TELEPHONE S 7 O-R _4 BURKHOLDER 8 c GRAHAM ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING TELEPHONE 1 O 9-R-2 QUARRYVILLE . PA mot justi , but : 4 < _& All-STAR _$ ¦ FERGUSON FEATURES • v _^^ _*^^\; - « _k The New FERGUSON 35 4-WAY WORK CONTROL N . G _. Hershey & Son Oliver-Ferguson Farm Equipment GMC Trucks - - Parts and Service _. PH . 52271 MANHEIM

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

Lancaster County s Own Farm Weekly Newspaper Established November 4 , 1955 Published every Friday by OCTORARO NEWSPAPER _Quarryvilje , Pa . — Phone 378 ( Lancaster Phone 4-3047 ) STAFF Alfred C . Alspach _Publis Ernest T- Neill Ed C . Wallace Abel Business Mans Robert G . Campbeli -Advertising Direc Robert J . Wiggins _.,. Circulation Direc Subscription Rates : $ 2 00 Per Year Three Years $ 5 . 00 ; 5 c P , ec Copy . Application for Second Class Matter mailing permit pend FOOD BILL RECOKD This year s food bill will be a record-breaking $ 1 billion or more , some 1 . 5 million greater than that of 19 i i \ dd to this bountiful supplies , stable or declining pric _ind the outlook for the consumer is rosy . Meat is plentiful . Despite flood and drougnt , ma , lections are recording the greatest harvest since 1948 . Hi _^ _; r retail prices in the lines of apparel , household applian _? md 1956 model automobiles are also predicted by experts Paul S . Willis , president of the Groceiy Ma...

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

GOVERNOR OF _PENNSYLVANIA IN PROCLAMATION Thanksgiving Day - Nove 24 , 1955 Since * be Fulgrim Fathers forated the first Thanteg Day at Plymouth im 1621 , a sense of gratitude to- _Ailihi God for His endless gifts t has been a basic and » bidun _fluence on our Jives _Tihose early _seltzers at faiai fame offered their _thanks God s gifts to them , the sir gifts of food , slhielter . and $ a : Today at harvest time we aowledge much more . We the fruition of fihieir ~ hopes freedom—( to live , to work , to ¦ ¦ top , in a land of opportunity ill At harvest time ( let us o _w | it& _humfely grateful _h&srti ? ive . _thankfe to tihe Giver , of tl _jtftts : In ithis time of tension ifccife , it is more Hjan ever n _© ( airy - to remember Uhe _myi _ulessings igiven us and Ten errant thanks to God . It is fi lim Hurt- We receive _4 he str _^ J ve need- to f ace the day « i { _Tj _Lape-we must have to inwet uture _. ia ~ _keefring with the ft _Twarming spirit of Thanks...

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

teHE N j _Inxnuiioml- _Unilorm ty _// . _^ lim ml Sundi _\ Sc iool lomi W ¦ VJ »!; _WH _^ L l I _^ _J ! lWj l 1 r ] j , li _Baokcronnd Scripture : Luke 7 ; Devotional R «» _dlnt : Romans 8-1 Powers of God Lesson for November £ 0 , 19 TESUS no _ddubt did many < ** nary thmgs , such as paying bills and eating his breakfast may well be that he never an ordinary thing in an _ordir way . ( How would he pay what he owed for lumber lor carpenter shop How wquld be as * breakfast _xcompanio alsp _ -WMji _^ by all the records W _^ m _^\ that he did some _Wu _ _* * e _^ tr * or dinnryW £ x $ -J things , so _^ _xtraor- _attfc _^ _- Jmary in facf thit _^^ _m _& _? _* , < 10 one _worcrcouy : _JW _^ _lJ _luite describe _|^^ _M hem . The Gospel _SQff vriters , all ° f _^ K _^ _f I vhom of course _^^ ¦ I ised Greek , useci _^ Dr . Foremi ometimes a word meani Sign , sometimes one mean : wonder , miracle , and son imes one that . means powe _; he same Greek words is ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Nimrods Be Sure to Use Safety Rules [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Nimrods Be Sure to Use Safety Rules are booming an rifles cracking as an army 0 hunters take the field again 1 : search of game . W . A . _Caldwell of the _National . Grange Mutua Liability Company , urged Nim rods to make sure they _hai plenty of fun by observing al the safety ruJes with gunsMr Caldwell _citea the to ! lowing figures from the Penn sylvama Game Commission oJ the hunters killed in the hunt _iiig field by aporting arms m Penns # v » nia in 1954 ; nine were self-caused , two died . because guns were placed in a dangerous position ; two _jua not see _rictun in line of fire } one - Jrtiropped gun ; guns accidentally discharged in the hands of mnters totted six persons ; in : he hunter _slipped and fell _vitfi ther _/ _eafety off category , vere five de ~ hs ; while five vere shot to _cath in mistake or game . As far as Pennsylvania run residents were concerned , th insurance man stated ther were no deaths from gun ace dents this year and none i 1954 . Three were killed i...

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Many Angles to Be Studied [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Many Angles to Be Studied Tenancy is most common 1 : . productive farm . ng areas Thi is because the farm has to prc vide a living for-both the tenan and the landlord , -according t < Jerome K Pasto , associate pro ffcbsor of farm management , an ( Murray W . Fisfce _, in _PemisyJ vania State University s _Sciemct foi the ( Farraer v _* There ace many angles to th < _Question of renting a -farm , but only the financial side of a studj of 300 Lancastec count ?/ faim , _ac counts _is-considered hare . These records covered the 30-year period , 1921-50 —years of wide ferent effects _ou incomes of tenswings in _business . activity . v Changes in Price Levels - Cetnge * in price levels _fcadjdif _- ants _^ nd _tiwner-operators . thi depression years , 1930-34 , th < faSjily labor incomes of owner ! was only $ 35 per year , while ten ants averaged $ 726 . Owners fix ed costs , such as taxes , _insurant repairs and _interest continued al fairly high levels ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Farm Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Farm Calendar NOVEMBEg Nov . 22 — County Holstei ] Friesian meeting , Gap Fu Hall . Noy . 24 — Thanksgiving _Daj DECEMBER Dec 1 — Entry _closing date fo turkeys , 4-H and vocations poultry classes , Pennsylvani Farm Show . Dec 5-7 — Farm Income Tax Social Security short course Pennsylvania U . Dec . 5-10 — Ice Cream for Sup - ply . Men Short Course , Penn sylvama U . Oec . 12 — Entry closing dat ( for -bohler _, fryer and roast er chickens , _Pennsylvann Farm Show . > ec . 15 — ( Tentative — Lan caster County Farm Equip meent Dalers Christmas din ner meeting , _Hostetter _^ Banquet Hall , Mount Joy . ) ec 17 — Entry closing date , 4-H beeves , 4-H * sheep , Pennsylvania Farm Show . -

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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