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

1955 Wool to Top 10-Year U. _S. Average Wool shorn from sheep on _Penn s_,lvania farms ih's season _totaletj 1,832,000 lbs, the State Department ot Agriculture has announced Federal-State records show this compares with last year's totaJ production of 1,170,000 lbs and the K[-average oi 3,733,000 lbs. The increased production this >ear is attributed to an advance in the number of sheep shorn, and a slight _^ncrtase m the average weight per fleece, the Department said The average fleece weight this >€_i.r was 7 6 lbs against 7 5 lbs foi,last year which was the same as the 10-year average. Sheep shorn this year amounted to 241 000 head as compared -with 236,003 head in 1954, the survey showed The average number shorn- in the past lu years is _Z6\_i,-000 head The estimates- on Pennsylvania production at* 1 based on voluntary reports from wool producers ;n cooperation with the rural mail carriers-National production of wool this season is estimated at 228,-013,000 lbs, t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Pennsylvania Park Visitors 10 Million Secretary Mam ice K. Goddard, Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters, today announced the final attendance report for all State Parks According to regularly submit" ted Park records, the total for the period ending with Labor Day week-end has been computed as 10,530,711 visitors. In commenting on this " record attendance, Secretary Goddard extended "congiatulations to our Park. Personnel for the splendid job of maintaining neat and healthful facilities for the enjoyment of the entire Commonwealth" He further stated, "it is no simple feat to manage and maintain the many details necessary to provide the wonderful outdoor -pleasaures offered in our State Park." Even this late in fall, it is anticipated that several million additional persons, will be clocked through areas administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters within the next month Full time duty status of Park- and Forest personnel- is being maintained throughou...

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

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Farm Income Drops Lower in Past Two Years _Pennsylvania ' a farm cash_, in dome has declined nearly ten iper ¦c ent in the past two years, ODr William L. Henmngs state secre-Itary of agriculture, told the Pennsylvania _Growers Association, meeting m Hannsiburg last week Farm receipts the first ei*W imcofhs of 1955 are falling ab _p 'U>t a _imiV_'ion dollars under the comparable 1954 period But, the Secretary added, "tihe farmer is due for a "better break, ihe is looking for his _riglhitful share of any prosperity, that is bezng 'passed around, and wihen ihe gets it, the entire eommunn'v, county, state and nation " will benefit" "Our Pennsylvania farmers," Dr Henning *itold earlier, "are feeling the effects of this 'downward trend in income In the United States last year the per capita income of farm people averaged $918 as compared with $1,836 for non-ifarmers " More good and services will be abailaMe ifihe farmer when farm income gets into .better balance \ ith _indu...

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

Visitors from Virginia, _witti their host, who proved one of the bidders worthy of mention at the recent 4-H Baby Beef Roundup and Sale, at Lanca tei are shown here- On the left is A. G- Buchei_, head of the Farm Service Depailment of the .Lan aster County National Bank, successful bidder foi the Shorthorn shown by Mary Louise Miller ot R2 Manheim. The steer, weighing 1,150 lbs, bringing 24% cents per lb, will be _<_=erved at the annual banquet of the Red Rose 4-H Baby Beef and Lamb Club with compliments of the Bank With Mr. Buchei, from left to right, are Mrs. Thomas 0. Scott, Charlottesville, Va; Edward H Bam, assistant vice president, Farm Service Department, The People's National Bank, Charlottesville; Tom Scott, Albemarle County (Va) Agent; Audrey Allen and Susan Allen, R3, Charlottesville- Audrey and _Susjm showed the best trio of steers in the April show foi the Charlottesville aiea, and the visit to Lancaster was the winners' gift from Peoples National — (Lancast...

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

¦"'''¦ ' ~ * Founder of Lumber Firm. At Refton Dies Ira B _Grabill, 84, Refton. died at 6 a m Sunday at the Lancaster General _Hospital after a ibrief illness. He was stricken at home on Saturday ni_*ht and admitted to the hospital. _ >——_— ¦ —— — He was a son of the late Eev. Simon E and Emma Brenmeman Graybili and tad 1 ibeen employed as _ibookkeeper at the _formier Herr & Snavely Co, _Lamcastesr. He was also founder of itbe I. B. Graybi' &_?Sons coal, lumlber and fuel oil business, at Refton, m 1908 Private funeral services were Wednesday afternoon at the tery. _Wiillow _Street Mennonite Ceme-Graybills, home.

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

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

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

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

James Esbenshade, Rl Strasburg, here grooms his Hereford, Oscar [ for the Southeast District 4-H Club baby beef roundup at Lanster- This is the fourth steer Jim has fed out, one that came to incaster County from the Morlunda Ranch in Colorado Ration eluded corn, oats, bran, Beacon pellets and cottonseed- Jim's eer placed fifth among Hereford light heavyweights Jim is tae jn of Mr and Mrs J Arthur Esbenshade. — (Lancaster Farming ioto). . " PP&L SCHOLARSHIP GRANTEES:(Front)Edward L.Schwar, Jr., Lancaster; Martin G. Henninger, Jr., Elizubethville; Donald A. Harter, R. D. #1, Slatington; Richard L. Hook, R. D. #2,Lewisburg,and Roger L. Odell, Seelyville. In the second row are Robert E. Wagner, R.D_^ #2. Williamsport, Edward E. Schopf, Mountville; Edgar H. Rits, JR._1_^. #2, Sinking Spring; David W. Price, R. D. #1, Hughesville; Veris W. Cordermun, R. D. #2, Watsontown and Donald A. Campbell, Columbia. Missing when the photo was taken was Ned R. Sitter, Jr., East Prospect. _...

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

OUR Business Code A Farm Equipment Retailer, we our obligation to serve the public continuing responsibility 01 A recognize We are to farmer improve' •*» aware our conunum customers' and our duty ment of Agriculture. We believe : the to p Farm Equipment mw>t solve a human need ; It must release the farm family from drudgery , It must lower farm operating costs and increase farm production. i _t // /// is_^H (unity to raise to a still higher plane the standard of liv i ig on American farms. endeavor to observe the following standards To accomplish these objectives we will of practice in our relations with customers, competitors, suppliers and others To avoik all unfair acts and practices in relations with competitors to seek trade only upon the merit of the _merchandise sold or the services oerformedj: to adhere strictly to sound and honorable business methods. ** To operate an adequate place of business with suitable _display ro...

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

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

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

Champ $1.06 Lb. With Average $25.56 In 4-H Baby Beef Show '(Continued from .page 1) beeves was 284,070 _Jbs and the _totalwale of these animals in the sal? was $73,543.41. The average price per lb without _^j_^grand champion and .the ieserve grand champion was 25-13 cents. With the two top _inimals included the average price per lb jwas 25 56 cents. i Fifteen steers were sold separately They weighed 15,720 lbs and brought 13,914 90-J. year ago the average per lb wit l grand champion and reserve grand champion included was 3O._< 12 cents,*and without * the tops the average was 30.27 cents-{ladings zn the Angus lightweight class, 890 lbs and under: 1," Carlton Lu_*z, Bethlehem RD2; 2, Roy Fabian, Easton RD2; 3, Mary Ann Hoar, Gap RD2; 4, Paul * Brubaker Jr-, Lancaster RB>1; 5, Shnley Ann Nilson, Lmglestown RD1, 6, Alvm Milleri Strasburg RD1, 7, Arlene Lintott _Quarryville RD2; 8, Ronald Roiirer_, Lititz RD2; 9, Wayne De Walt, Easton RD2; 10, Janice Boj ise, Lanca...

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

%£$ ttkt&ismwr >_r Mary Keene, Christiana RD] Lancaster county, showed a peij of Southdown- lambs to win tM grand championship at the South east District 4-H Show at the ' Union Stock Yards here ThuiJ day. " The reserve grand champion ship also went to Lancaster _coutj ty when Joanne Foreman, Man heim RD3,, showed her pen oj Shropslures to win that honoi Thomas King, in charge of live stock extension at the Pennsy]. vania State Unjversity, was the judge Three pen3 of Cheviots wei 6 shown, Jill Sunday Mechanicsbui g RD1_, taking first prize; Chester Gohick, Camp Hill, second,u and Adrian _DTetz, .Palmyra, third. In the Hampshire division, sixi pens were shown. Linda _Kreideij Lebanon RD4. won first prize I Other placing.* were: 2, Daviclj Kantner, Reading RD1; 3, Lanyj Holhnger, Lititz; 4, Ruth _Eib,_j Lancaster, 5, Wayne, Jackson i Hellam RD2; C, George Webbj Elizabethtown RD1- j Ruth Erb wen the lamb fitting contest, with David Kantner, sec ond; Chestc Cohick, th...

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

Jf reparation, _grooming - Hoping Two Lancaster County entries in the 4-H Baby Beef Roundup and Sale are shown m pre-show preparation. Gladys Nissley, 14., Manheim R4, (left) and Janet _Gibble, 16, Ehzabethtown, compare notes over Gladys' 1%-year old Angus "Blackie." This is Gladys' third year in the Red Rose Baby Beef Club, and her entry this year came from Valley Creek Farms m Chester County. — (Lancaster Farming Photo).

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

_Wolgonuth Bros., me Ft tt _% FOR LIVESTOCK POULTRY & Florin, Pennsylvania Phones : Mount Joy 3-9S51 & 3-3311

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