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

Three Victrolas Sell In Alice Hoover Sale Victrolas sold at $38, $50 and $55 m the auction held iby Alice Z Hoover Saturday between The Willows and iStrasfourg, worth Abiraim iDiffenfoajcih and Ohanl'es Baohmian as _auctioneers. " GDher items andjpruces included_, comfort covers $8 and $10 50, sleigh, bells $26, settee $75, desk $65, _Emlpire Bureau $27, gun $25, ichest of _drawers $56. six old-fashioiied chairs $19, toilet sets $11 Ito $26, table $28, antique wine Ib&ttle $26, table <cover $19, _saSit and ipejpper stokers $10. 63 ACRES, §10,000 Among two-farms near Swartzville sold Saturday, one, a 63-acre place owned by Jennie Kramer, sold to _Bengaman Hoover 'RD Denver, for $10,000." Auctioneer was H H- Leid, Denver. | DUCKS $1.80, PIGS S54 Ducks at &1.80 each ana a 300-lb pig. at $54 _^ _highlighted. the public auction of Norman W. Martzall between Cocalico and Blaihs-<port. Corn sold ait $35 a ton, a manure spreader at $265 50, tractor, $705, h...

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

ABC Sale Gross $2,114 to Cejrebral Palsy Funds _g A gross of $2,114 was reported ~by the Lancaster Chanter of the . American Business Club in then IRiuetion Saturday at _tlhe Lamipeiter _TSailes Barn Proceeds go toward itihe chub's cerebral 'palsy fund. Around 600 people limed the stands, while Auctioneers Clyde Smith and Stanley H Dieter—who donated tttieir services—(disposed of scores of items Clerks were _Joserah Moss, Mr and Mrs Merrill Hassel assisted iby other ABC members and XYZ Auxiliary _wieimioers Project lohairmen were _Marlin Albright 'and Clarence Ponitz. • Among items sold _wcp a .imu'sket for $12 50, wnsit watches, ' $15 each; 200 concrete blocks, $30, fan tv.pe air conditioners, ¦$14, and suits, $15 and $20 65-ACRE FARM $4,220 Richard Burkhart, living near Adamstown, purchased a 65-acie farm on Route 897 between Swartzville and Fivepointville for ?_4,220 this weekend

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

JOBLESS PAYMENTS HARRISBURG — Continued claims for unemployment compensation benefits dropped six percent to a total of 96,647 for the week ended October 14, marking the fust time in nearly two years that the weekly volume has fallen below 100,000, Secretary of Labor and Industry John R Torquato reported today. New claims for unemployment compensation benefits decreased 16 per cent to a total of 17,091 for the reported week. There were 7_5,356 checks totaling $1,962,056 m regular benefits issued' to eligible unemployed workers during the week.

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

Creamy white Shorthorn; black Angus; rich red and white Hereford — prospective _champioJra parade past the judge. Exhibitors do their best to show their entries the best. Throngs jam tyl sidelines, none envying Boyd Widdle as he makes his decisions. Such is the scene one found _itrjm _jweek at th& 4H Baby Beef Roundup and Sale in Lancaster — (Lancaster Farming Photo).. Is

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

VINTAGE - Phone Gap LIVESTOCK 67R3 AUCTION Sales Every Tuesday Night at 6:00 O_'clock. ! i ALL TYPES OF LIVESTOCK CALVES ESPECIALLY i

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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 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

kssified gvertising L—.— i FARMS FOR SALE I _ . VR BUCK I acre cattle farm. 8 rooms e and frame house, barn, sr bui ldings. Very low price. L.CRES _, J ear Eliza_' beithtown. A dandj II farm for a large family. 12 n,< house, barn, other build-, fair price. 4nov3t. tM VALUES BY . JED I. HAIN, INC. REALTORS -N. Duke St. Di«I 7-8131 LANCASTER _______——. -, — ¦' ¦¦ " " ¦- ¦ - ¦ ¦- - FOR SALE an Violets, Choice Varieties ps. Joseplh E. Smuth, Rt>2 Tyville, Ph. 309R21 4-males fa of _QuanryvailHw, % mile east nion. ; FOR RENT \ Acre Farm for rent on shares bear Cfourcliltown" _iphone re Hill 5-2269, or write M. rett Narvon Rl, Pa. _.SBURYiS VACCINES RE _uced Newcastle and Bronis, Water application %c 'See r Salisbury dealer representa —F. W. Fisher. Ph. Leola B2, Leacock, Lane. County. iassified idvertising btes fe This Handy Chart To Figure \ Your Cost frds (1) Issue (3)Issuej |(Min.) $100 $2 4C \ 1.05 2 52 [ 1.10 2 64 ; 1.15 2.76 : 1.20 2.88 1.25 3.00 _SEYED ADS (Ads ...

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

Chubby 3d Gets Ready tor Showing "_" mmm Chubby 3rd, a year and a half old, has been sudsed down and brushed up for showing at the Southeast Distuct 4-H Club Baby Beef and Lamb Club Roundup and Sale m Lancaster by his youthful ownei, Darvin Boyd of Rl, Ephrata. At the halter is Darvm, with some other young beef enthusiasts from Lancaster County, Robert Gibble of Ehzabethtown; Clair Mumau of Mount Joy, and John Schantz of Ephrata Rl. Darvin is a member of the Red Rose 4-H Baby Beef and Lamb Club and has been active in club work four years- He's the son of Mr- and Mrs. Elmer Boyd- Chubby 3rd came to Darvin from New Holland, was fed a year on corn, oats, barley, molasses and calf pellets, weighing 945 lbs when he went into the show ring. (Lancaster Farming Photo).

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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

>>¦ / 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: lo live lines which means not •_+_C Limit your advertisement over 25 words. _^f Advertisements must our hands Monday 6 P. M or same will be held over for next week's paper. «_fc Only one advertisement allowed each month. •_jf No business advertisements accepted for this column, -fc You are allowed to rnn the advertisement only one time-Send in no duplication. it Please mail all advertisements _ctre of MAIL BOX MAR KET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYVILLE, PA. ! AH be in by

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

MAIL BOX MARKET FOR SALE—13 s3H>atS"erossed Hampshire and Poland China $1100 F. _Hoffimeier Ph. Gap 85R51 FOR SALE.—IMoading Mapper complete for Kiwgwise Elevator Floyd Rangier, Narvon, Pa. at 'Cburcihtoiwn Blacksmith Shop

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

Bigger Yields Per Acre Hike Crop Figures Increased _jiclds per acre are credited with _ciop harvests equal to records set in 1948, the United State _Department of Agriculture's monthly crop _lepoit currently advises Corn increased 2 per cent from a month ago io 3,182,870,000 bu, or 7 per cent above 1954_'s 2,964,-639,000" bu. The 10-year (1944-1953) _average is 3,080,115,000, _pnd goes considerably over the Department's hopes to keep production around three million bu. Yield per acre over the nation has been increased about y per cent over the 1948 record. Hog Situation Unaffected Little effect is expected on the hog supply-price situation, as the Department is now buying pork and lard products in ' an etfort to hold hog prices from further declines Wheat retained the old figure of 915,528,000 bu for 1955, compared to 969,781,000 in 1954 and the 10-year average of 1,154,073,-000 bu Oats crop is the largest ever grown, sorghum gram and barley product on second largest on lecord...

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

_• * .* _• ' i S H KEY TO TOP EGG MASH PERFORMANCE! AND EARLY-BIRD HAS IT HTHEcost of producing a dozen eggs is getting lower and lo\vf thanks to improved Early-Bird Egg Mashes, For Early-Bird e Mashes contain the precise balance between energy value and _produl tion value (proteins, vitamins and minerals) that gives you top fec conversion . . . top feed performance. $ A Here's why this precise balance between energy and productio'rj values is so important to you. If energy value is too low in relatic to production value, a hen will consume more feed than it actually need ? and gives you poor feed conversion and high feed costs per dozen eg_^ produced. If, on the other hand, energy value is too high in relation tott level of proteinSj vitamins and minerals in the feed, then the hen's fee 1 consumption is too low for efficient results. RESULTS OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY EXPERIMENTS The following chart shows how this precise balance nominator, the energy level is varied....

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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 — 25 November 1955

arm Fires Over ancastcr County ause Heavy Loss Farm fires in Lanilatser County luring the past week racked uip t loss extending into thousands md ith'ousands of dollars Two 'eatures were ipointed out first, lie need for, care to prevent fire it .this season, especially when -oads may toe treacherous,, and leeondly, the (excellent jotb toeing lone by tine _aioimerous volunteer ire departments iflhrougbout *he _bounty m _respomdling quickly - Thursday of last week, a barn _10x99 feet believed to have ibeen iui'lt m 1754, iwas destroyed fcy ire on. the form of L. M Suavely, hree untiles norheast of Litrtz. _^oss was estimated at $40,000. _tonald Gromlin'g_. 10, son of Tennt Edward Groimlwug, discovered he fire at 9 30 a. m. Fire comranies from (Lititz and Brunner--ille (responded. ' Bareville Barn Saved Firemen from 'Bareville Thursay mgM checked a fire that hreatened to engulf the David E Dyard Ibam (damage, estimated t $300. was confined to the ito acco stripping room Tenant is...

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