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

VINTAGE LIVESTOCK Phone Gap 67R3 AUCTION Sales Every Tuesday Night at 6:00 O'clock. ALL TYPES OF LIVESTOCK CALVES A SPECIALTY

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

BELMONT High Magnesium AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE ANALYSIS _ Calcium Equivalent 57 pc. Calcium Oxide 30 pc. Magnesium Oxide 20 pc. PRODUCED AND SOLD BY Wenger & Sensenig Co. Phone Gap 45R21 R. D. 1, Paradise, Pa. EVEN SPREADER SIERVICE AND SOIL TESTING SERVICE Night Phones: Glenn E. Gehman Lancaster 3-7764 David B. Johns Strasburg Overland 7-3301

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

Used Tractors and Farm Machinery A-110 CORN PLANTER FOR REG A. FARMALL HM-240 CULTIVATOR FOR HORM FARMALL 50T INTERNATIONAL BALER W/ KNUiNl!, A-151 DISK PLOW FOR SUPER A. FARMALL ROTO-TILLER GARDEN TRACTOR F-12 FARMALL TRACTOR SUPER M. FARMALL TRACTOR SUPER A. FARMALL TRACTOR H-FARMALL TRACTOR S. C. CASE TRACTOR McCormick Farm Equipment Store PHONE 3-2283 1054 S. STATE ST. EPHRATA

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

SPECIAL FALL TRACTOR BARGAINS RECONDITIONED A Massey Harris 44 Diesel Tractor _9T Demonstrated Spreader P. T. New Holland Manure O. Cope & Weaver Co Willow Street, Pa Phone Lancaster 32824

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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

STANLEY H DEITER Auctioneer Appraiser 1906 Willow St. Pike PH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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

Classified Advertising FARMS FOR SALE 300 ACRE DAIRY FARM—Modern facilities for 75 ihead 2 houses. One of itlhe finest any where. / Farmer's farm, $215 0( per 'acre. „ 90 ACRE DAIRY iFARM—Very iproductive Nice location Large 'house with_, conv A rea buy for $240 00 per acre WHEELER & GRIER 38 S. 3rd St. Phone 40C OXFORD, PA. FOR SALE LAM-PETER Lovely single home, 3 Ibec Dooms, tile bath and _powdei room, spacious living room, den sewing _cooon, dining room an< cheerful kitchen, oil H W. heait storotn windows and screens, 2-caj garage with and floor work shop Beaultifully landscaped DesiraiM< location. Very good buy. Cal 37781. PREMERGE for control of chick - weed m Alfailfa and Straw ibernes 5 gal. can $26 2; lOHLORO-EPC for control o _»duckweed in Alfalfa 1 gal botble $9 9! J. C, Eihrlirih Co 736 E Chestnut St. Lancaster, Pa Deliyene free anywhere in Lan caster County or through you dealer. African Violets, " Choice Varieties Mrs. Josepih E. Smith, " RD5 Qua...

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

Red Rose Four-H Youths Awarded 132 Steer Calves With the 1955 Southeastern Distnct 4-H Baby Beef Show only recent history, Lancaster County youth iu the Red Rose 4-Baby Beef Club are already making plans for next year's shows. Saturday 132-members of the club received small steer calves at the New Holland Sales Stables, and during the coming year will feed them out and groom them for showing in the Southeastern District Show, perhaps the Eastern National in Ttmonmm, Md., and possibly at the 1957 Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. M. M. Smith, Lancaster county agricultural extension agent, reports 64 youths drew Angus, 57 Herefords and 11 Shorthorns. The Black calves averaged 416 lbs, the _Whitetaces 432 lbs, the Reds and Roans 399 lbs This year's total was only slightly below that of last year v/hen 139 received calves Assisting in selecting, assembling and distributing calves were the folqwmg club leaders: Fred W Linton, R2 QuarryviIIe; Jay R Nissley, R4 _Manheim; Ira L....

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

Tea Wagon May _prove Time Saver for Host One way homemakers can save time and energy is to bring their old-fashioned tea wagon out in the open-Bonnie Dale Sansom, extension home furnishings specialist of the Pennsylvania State University, suggests bringing the tea wagon up-to-date with a coat of paint or wax Homemakers can use the conveited tea wagon to take glassware, dishes, silverware, and food to the dining table. It serves a similar purpose when it comes to clearing the table after a meal, returning soiled- dishes to the kitchen.

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

urrer nn oon BE A CHARTER SUBSCRIBER! 52 BIG WEEKS OF FOR ONLY $1.00 c U) BE SURE not to miss a single issue of Lancaster Farming. Be a (_H charter subscriber to the newspaper published especially for you . . . information, Lancaster County crop Lani _**H the only one _contour ing ALL the latest farm news, ^^| home features and market data edited expressly for Farmers. Published every Friday • mm HwQ I think you have the making of a real paper Mail This Coupon Today! Lancaster F arming QUARRYVILLE, PA. 1 year $1.00 52 Issues Please put my name on your list of charter subscribers for a one year subscription. Enclosed find check, cash or money order for $1.00. Name YOU PAY LESS THAN 2 C (Please Print) Address PER WEEK is

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 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: _~_A~ Limit your admtisemeof to over 25 words. fire lines which means not •_£ All Adreitisements mnst be in our hands by Monday 6 P.JM or same will be held _orer for next week's paper. ¦^ C Only one advertisement allowed eacb month. if No business advertisements accepted for this column, -_^ You are allowed to ran the advertisement only one time-Send in no duplication. it Please mail all advertisements ore of MAIL BOX MAR KET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYVILLE, PA.

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

MAIL BOX MARKET FOR SALE —Gaipefcte t&ose birds mow. Have extra weigtat for _Dhe _Ohratmas Holiday. Ledla 6-2317. FOR SALE.—2 umi Surge imi'lk er wiHh 6.bal'l cocks for 30 cows, used 4 years, lake new; priced to sell. Aaron M Wenger, Bareville, Pa. M>1, Box 100 {One foiHifeh mile North of Bareville) FOR SAOLiE.—Used _Wesrtinighouse Electric Range "with oven, iKhiree burner and "deepweli_," Caloric Itwo-roam beater, tooth in good condition. $3500 each, Phone Epfarata, 39091—-Elam H. Lauver, R/Dl, Ephraita. -

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

DWugHt MFlo&ds Ciit Proauction Of Some Pennsylvania Farm Crops HARRISBURG — Sum me i drought and floods followed bj twice normal rains in _Octobcj reduced production of some im portant Pennsylvania farm crops to less'than last year and Jess than average, the State Department of Agriculture _announced today following Federal-State surveys.--Corn and potatoes were hardest hit with considerable acreages of each remaining to be harvested the first of this month, the Department said. Yield of corn per _^ acfe is estimated at 42 bushels, lowest in eleven years. Prospects for corn declined as harvesting progressed and it is now evident toat drought damage was more _seveie than indicated earlier, the survey showed. Wet ground and tangled stalks hindered operation of mechanical corn pickers and considerable hand _husking is necessary- The State corn crop is estimated at 57,120,000 busels, 6 million undep last year and about 2,400,000 under average. * Potato Harvest Belayed We...

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

Final Apple Yield Announced; Color Quality Excellent HARRISBURG — At the end of the Pennsylvania apple picking season the final crop estimate of 5,71)0 000 bushels from commercial _oiuhards was announced todaj by the State Department of Agricultuie. Apples ajre of exceptional color and quality this year and will continue in heavy supply through the holiday _season Mild weather aided _harvestang although rains in most areab of the State retarded picking ;?t times, a Federal-State smvey repoit declared But the rains made bigger apples, obseivers said Winds as usual caused some damage with dropping a little heavier than _Drdmary on some varieties —State Average Twice Normal October rains langed from tw< to three inches m the southwest ein Pennsylvania counties to 1] inches in tho northeast The average for tho "State at nearlj six inches was almost twice nor mal for the noith The last apple pioduction forecast foi the season is 320,00C bushels under 1954 and 308_.00C bush...

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

Neighbors Shuck Corn on GravbiH Farm Near Lititz Friends and _neighbors _spewt foalf a day shucking seven acres of corn for Wayne Graybill, R4 Lititz, who was injured in a fail] some time back Helping were Aaron S'auder, Aaron N Marto, Paul C Bucher, Howard Hess, _fCharles _Kneider_, Landis Huber, Harold F Bollinger, Carl F. Bollinger, Paul S Bollinger, Bay (Beyer, Elmer Huber, Arthur Longenecker, Raymond Witvver, David Oberholtzer, Clayton N Adair, Amos L Keener, Jacob W. Eissei, Paul B Hess, _WiUard IStaufter, Walter Bollinger, Raymond Martin, Lewis Mantin, Chester Seibert, Lester Brum (bach, J Melvin Oberlholtzer, Also Ivan M Reiff, Russel Bey terElmer Bollinger, Paul Beyer ¦Irvin Weaver. Paul Haldeman, A ma K Bollinger, Ma'hlon Martin Elam G Mantin Ivan W Ober (holtzer, John K Sensenig, Harold B Hess. iNoa'h M. Oberhoiltzer Karlan Heller, Joseph Garman Mark Garman, Graybdl Ho_' llinger, Ohnst Stauffer, _AlleiuMartin, I M Good, Paul flVI Zimmerman, W W Seibert Women who prepa...

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

1954 Auto $1,640 in Landis Buchen Sale Ml Headlining _tihe mecemt sale ol (the Landis Buchen Estate at FarmersvulJe was a 1954 •auitcimoibi'le bringing $1,640. Auctioneers were Paul Z. Martin " «n_4 Frank L. Slteller, Other articles sold included A 1950 ipickup truck $430, - joiner $100, saddle bell $12, sleitgh bells $11, power saws $120 and $465, drill press $145, _^lawn moww sharpener $72 50,- planer $235, mietal desk $37 50, tfhxee cloitlhies trees $8 each, win'dh with _eripn« $240, wardrobes $58 and $62 50, hand Ibell $12, transit $130 and filing cabinet $29.

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

New Holland House Auctioned at $9,850 Menvin E. _fBurholder and W. H, Me'linger, New Holland, have purchased itlhe 2%-story " brick dwelling offered by Grace S. iDutete, _administrator of _fctoe Prank A. _Showalter Estate. Selling prioe was $9,850. ODher items sold included a settee $50, a 1940 sedan $165, wallnuit chiest $42, six _ihardbottom Chair's $5 _ealah, tlortp leaf table $36 and extension table ,$25. Auctioneers were V. C. Ktong and Gordon Klimg

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

_Cfedit Policy New DUE TO MANUFACTURERS POLICY • ¦ ••>• PARTS AND SHOP SERVICES ON A CASH BASIS OR SATISFACTORY CREDIT ARRANGEMENT Service Are Farm Equipment Dealers _^ Offering This G. Hershey & Son Messick, Inc. RD2 Elizabethtown, Pa. N. G. Myers & Son Rheems, Pa. Ivan Z. Nolt RD2 Ephrata, Pa. * Penn Mar Equipment Co RD1 Quarryville, Pa. F. H. Shotzberger Bim, Pa. Walter Binkley RD4 Lititz, Pa. L. H. Brubaker RD4 Lancaster, L. H. Brubaker RD3 Lititz, Pa. R. M. Brubaker Salunga_, Pa. Conestoga Farm _Quarryville, Pa. & Son Manheim, Pa. Hiestand, Inc. RD1 Marietta Pa Pa Charles B. Hoober Intercourse, Pa 3. B. Hostetter,& Sons Mt. Joy, Pa. Kauffman Brothers ~ Mountville, Pa. Kaylor Bros. Rheems, Pa. Hockstetler's Magneto Service New Holland, Pa. Landis Bros. Manheim Pike Lancaster, Pa. _Longeneckers Farm Supply Rheems, Pa. H. S. Newcomer & Son Mount Joy, Pa. Mann & Grumelli Quarryville, Pa. ...

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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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