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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Winter Blows in; First Snow Melts Plows open Roads Winter will officially begin Wednesday, Deo. 21. But _Lancastei County residents this v/eekend found the season had jumped the gun by more than a month It all began in the early hours of Saturday morning, around three o'clock, and by 10 p m. about three inches had failen, according to weather records at Ephrata-Everywhere there was a thick blanket of white. Ice hung from trees and porches. Shrubbery was topped with snow caps, and a " "few rose blooms that up to this point had defied the season in Lancaster County earned crowns of white Roads Blocked Temporarily Down in Southern Lancaster County drifts closed several roads, and snow plows were put into use for tne fust time this winter In East Diumore Township, Routes 72 and 222 were blocked tempoianly The road linking Liberty and Chestnut Level were also drifted shut a short time, and over along the Susquehanna in Martic Township, the Rawlinsville-Holtwood road was impassabl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Hess Will Head Holstein Group In This County By LF Staft Reporter Elvin Hess, Ji, Strasburg Rl, Tuesday nighl was named president of the Lancaster County Holstein _Friesun Association in the fifth annual meeting and _banquet of the association in the Gap _Fux Hall-Mr. Hess, former vice president, succeeds Robert Groff, president four years, who recently moved from the Stevens area to R3 Quarryville -This, in the words of A. Nesbitt, _secretarj of the Pennsylvania Holstein Fnesian Association, was one ot the largest county breed association turnouts on record, with an attendance of 272 from a _membership of 318. Other Officers Named Others elected were: Donald S. Eby, Rl Gordcnville, vice president; Henry H Hackman, R2 Manheim, _^ secretary, and J. Z. Herr, Ehzabethtown, treasurer-Named directois for. three-year terms were J Robert Hess, RD 1 Strasburg; Mr Eby, and Abner H. Risser, RD 1, Bambridge. Leaving the board of directors were Mr. Groff J Lester Charles, Landisville; a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Deer Licenses Are Still Available In Five Counties HARRISBURG — The Department of Revenue advises that antlerless deei licenses are still available in the five counties shown below- The 1955 special season wilL be Dec. 12 and 13.. County Licenses County Seat Available Crawford Meadville 1400 Susquehanna Montrose 2500 Wayne Honesdale 1500 Wyoming Tunkhan'ck 500 York York 200 Application for an antlerless deer license must be sent or taken to the county treasurer in the county in which the applicant desires to hunt. A hunter from outside Pennsylvania must be in possession of a current non-resident hunter's license to become eligible to purchase an antlerless deer license m this state. Qualified non-residents may purchase an antlerless deer license between the dates Nov. 12 and Dec. 11 this year-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Rhoads Acres and Hither ffills Win Guernsey Awards By LF Sfaff Reporter Two Southern Lancaster County Guernsey hejds were cited Friday night for outstanding records during the past year. Around 144 peisons attended the annual banquet and meeting of the Lancaster County Guernsey Breeders Association meeting at Rhoads Spanish Tavern, Quarryville. To Jerome H Rhoads' Rhoads Acres went a cream jug for scoring highest in milk at the 1955 Harrisburg Farm Show, while an ideal-type Guernsey replica went to Robert _McSparran's Hither Hills Farm at Diumore for being the highest butterfat producing Guernsey herd in Pennsylvania. Three Directors Elected Three new directors were elected, Elmer Lapp, Rl Kinzers; Jason Weaver, Mechanic's Grove, and Harry _Muirnna, Rl Manheim. _Iwo 4-H teams were recognized, (Continued on page three)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Eisenhower Backs Ag Secretary Benson 100 Per Cent gd.—EISENHOWER BACKS Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson _jwll remain in the Cabinet as far as President Eisenhower is concerned, and at no time has thr President "entertained any suggestion whatsoever of the Secretary of Agriculture being replaced" This is th_3 iocal point of a statement issued Tuesday in Gettysburg by Presidential Secretary James C. Hagerty. It was repeated that the President has "completely supported" Secretary Benson

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Wintertime on Lancaster Farms The scene above proves winter arrived m Lan- Burkholder_'s farm is well known as a PP&L_. Reddy caster County last weekend- Late afternoon shadows Kilowatt Farm, an all-electric farm that is the higheitend jfrom die " snow topped shdck&ldn-theall- light of many Lancaser County Farm TourSy _tPhbto _^Tectri&farnf of _Johh D-'Burkholder, KD Lititz. Mr. by. Grant Heilman, Lititz, Pa.)

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Market News LANCASTER 'LIVESTOCK MARKET By Qavid S. Lorenson, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau Lancaster, Pa-(Wednesday To Wednesday Review)—-Cattle Demand was fairly good early ttus week for slaughter steers average Choice, and 'better and closing _prices "held mostly steady Grass tsfceei _^ s, .a'long with good and low choice shortfeds, were slow to sell and closed the week barely steady Demand 'continued good for eows ,and prices closed 50 to 75c higher with most advance on caniier and cutter grades Supplied of bulls were plentiful and ibhatj -class dlosed. *n a steady basis. Stackers and feeders sold in ia rather slow trade all week, tawever, closing pness were very little, changed from late last ¦week Bulk choice fed steers 1000 (to 1S00 lbs sold from $20 50 to $22 25, several loads choice and printe 1200-1300 l'bs brought $ 22 25 to $23 00, one load 1270 Jib _ipriinDe steers earned $23.75 A few lots, choice and prime 1400 to 1575-Jto steers $2100 to $2125, (these aroun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

LIVE POULTRY PHILADELPHIA NOV. 23—Market Week. Supplies were in excess of the light demand for most classes. Late offerings at liberal price discounts failed to clear stocks Small white rock -pullets 25c Fryers w_> over supply _XaileB. to clear Few lots _capdneii:-ted cross fryers 24c _oithers 23c mixed 23_V2C white rocks 20-23 vantress reds 22-23c Cross caipons 45c Capon' slips 25-28c; Turkeys unsettled-. (Early demand good fox all except large toms. Trading active with hens and small sizes toms in ibuyer preference At close liberal supplies ¦especially of heavy tarns were unsold Heavy type hens 42c few fancy quality 45c Y toms 30-32c.Large sizes 24-25 No small 'type Wholesale selling prices No 1 and fancy quality Broilers or fryers heavy type 3-4 lbs. 20-24 Pullets 4% lbs and over none 4-V/ _i libs 25. Hens heavy type 18-25 light _tvoe none, Duck musoovy 18-20 Pekins 23-32. Turkeys Y Hens 4245 Y toms 24-32. EGGS 'Philadelphia Nov 23—Market firm at high price1 ? on large...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Capon Roundup Winners Here are the first three exhibit winners of the from a dressed bird sale of $306.68_^ Premiums wera recent Lancaster County 4-Jtf Capon Club Round-Up awarded by the Lancaster Kiwanio Club, sponsor of at Hotel Brunswick, Lancaster Fiom left to right, the event Entertainment was provided during the Miss Nancy Newcomer, R2 _Lititi, third-place win- dinner award meeting by the Holstem Quartet, ner; Wilmer D. Esbenshade cf 1631 Esbenshade which is in Chicago this week at the National 4-H Road, Lancaster, second, and James R Groff, R7, Club Congress. Members of the quartet are Ray-Lancaster, first Mr Esbenshade scored 99 of a pos- mond Denlinger, R4 Lancaster; Stanley Longenecksible 100 points on his year's project to top the er, Rl Strasburg; Aaron Landis, Rl Strasburg, and round-up, showing a profit of $83 44 after feed costs John Stoner,, R7, Lancaster (Lancaster Farming and other expenses, totaling $223 24 ,were deducted Photo).

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Hogs Recover Slightly From Earlier Slump Hog prices at major terminal markets around the nation recovered a bit this week, advancing from a _Tuesday slump A large supply arrived on the second market day of the week, pushing prices to the season's low mark-Moderate _offtriugs Wednesday allowed some gain, as much as 25 to 50 cents a hundred at Omaha and 25 cents at Chicago. In Chicago, high prime 1100-1156-lb fed steeis brought $24.50-24 75,- with a load of 1156-pounders going at the $24.75 figure, highest in a month or so- The Wednesday-to-Wednesday review of the Lancaster market will be 'ound on page two-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

less Will Head ¦olstein Group ; (Continued from page one) pee, talk importance of milk," i 1954, Holsteins accounted for : per cent of all dairy cattle; ! 1955 Holsteins moved up to per cent;" "Don't forget the lue of Herd Improvement Reeds (HIR)," and "instead of king _Hofstfiiis, talk registered klsteins." "Dairy Business the Best" Committee members arranging » meeting included Martin K. Her of Wolgemuth's Feed Mill ¦ Mount Joy; Henry H. Hackm, R2 Manheim, and Jacob irtin, Rl Gap. Introduced was Elmer B' _Sltzfus of Elverson, Pa., who it year had the top cow in ¦n nsylvania on a two-time milkl basis. Max M_. Smith. Lancaster Coun-| agricultural agent, told the per guests that "The dairy _jsmess is the best to be in for jady income Now is a good ae to go into the dairy busiss; the cow business is still good, still stable, but be a good 'cow man' _inscead of a 'cow keeper"' Victor Pla&tow, assistant county agent and top dairy team coach, introduced Leaders Levi Welk ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Rhoads Acres and Hither Hills Win (Continued from page one) the Dairy Judging Team, made up oi Linda Mumma, Richaid Welk, John Wagner and Alternate Donald Mooie, and the _Demonstiation Team with Donald Rohier as Guernsey member Raymond F Witmer, president, officiated Minutes and the tieasurei's _repoit weie given by Raymond H Rohrcr. George W Newlin, manager of Hill Gut Faun, Chadds Ford, Pa, told the 5,1 oup that "There is always a n_.arket for superior product, either Guernsey cattle or Guernsey milk" Eaiher he oftered four p1 maples of good dany management 1, well-bred cattle, 2, piopei feeding, 3, proper growth, and 4, proper showing of cattle Reports On Field Days Stanley Hess, R2 Lancaster, repoited on the tcur 80 membeis made last summer to Wyno Farms, Muncie. Pa, owned by Senator Bush, and to Raymond Gonng's Lake Louise Farms near Dallas. A repoit on the Aug. 11 field day at Harvey Ferguson's farm near Knkwood was also given. Directors Listed William Juzi secretary...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Angus Cattlemen To Tour Scotland Visit Perth Show Scotland, where the Aberdeen-Angus beef cattle breed originated close to 300 years ago, will be toured in February by a group of American Angus cattlemen who will attend the world-famous Angus Show at Perth. The visitors will stop in Prestwick, spend se\eral days in Edfriburg, go to Perth for the show, and tour several of Scotland's illustrious Aberdeen - Angus farms. They will also have an opportunity to extend the trip for sightseeing in Scotland and visiting in London or on the Continent if they deshe. The Aberdeen-Angus Show and Sale at Perth will take place Feb. 6, 7, and 8. This year an American judge — Lee Leachman of Rhinebeck, New York, will make the placings. Scheduling the tour in conjunction with the show, the cattlemen will leave New York' s _Idelwild Airport Feb. 2, arriving in Prestwick, Scotland, the following day, via British Overseas Airways Corpoiation. They .will leave Prestwick Feb. 10, arriving back in N...

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