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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Area Scores in International Livestock Show _Pennsylvania is wrapping up new honors in the livestock world at Chicago this week where International Live Stock Exposition is winding up * The reserve champion herd, Heiefords, was shown by Pennsylvania State University, and stood second to Iowa State College Purdue University toppefd the wether lamb show, • while Pennsylvania stood in reserve again on Perm's Ike, a 115-lb Hampshire- Pucdue also took grand chaiapionship on Southdowns, and Penn State reserve on Hampshires Top _Cheviots, Hampshires Pennsylvania stole the show in Cheviots and Hampshires, scor ing-first in five weight contests ks Veil as championship for wether _lambs of both breeds, plus 'the wiiining pen of three Cheviot wethei lambs Jay _Espenshade, RD Elizabethtown, placed first in individual judging in the 4-H overall livestock jdging contest Eight mem-Tiers of Lancaster County 4-H teams are finishing up a week at the famed'international- „ ' -, _x Pennsylvania...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Chill Winds Nip County; Mercurjr Continuing Cool Chill _wintai winds swept into Lancaster County early this week, but spared the Garden Spot from mountains of snow that tangled traffic _:n other sections of the nation Unofficially, the coldest spot was 8 above at 7 a m Tuesday at the Lititz Water Woiks, at the Lancaster City Water Works it was 11, and Ehzabethtown reported an unofticial 12 degrees-Coupled with a bone chilling wind, the weather gave test to the topcoat, the anti-freeze, man's disposition. New Records Set Temperatures plummeted from_, above freezing to marks much_, lower than normal In 24 hours the drop was as> much as 21 degrees, from a high Monday of 32. Local record? went into obscurity as new ones were set. This was the coldest November weather in 17 years In 1938 the Lancaster City -Water Works recordeb 7 .below zero on Nov 26, 1938. But m 1932 it hit 8 above, in 1936 5 above and m 1929 the low was 7 above-Icy winds were general through ithree-quar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Angus Average $1,127 in Show Window Auction "Registered Aberdeen - Angus selling at,the 1955 ¦ International "Show Window" Sale, Monday night,' Nov. 29 brought an overage of $1,127 The sale, held at the Salve Pavilion m Cmcago's International Amphitheatre, is an annual event, sponsored by the American Aberdeen - Angus Breeders' Association .and tradi-Itionally held _ during; the "International Livestock Exposition. The total amount brought for the 50 purebied Blacks selling was $56,330- Ten bulls sold for a total of $11,900, while forty females brought $44,430 to average. $l_,m-Highest price of the sale for an individual animal -was paid by Ferndale Ranch, Santa Paula, Calif, for die female-, Fannie Bess of DenMor 14th- She was consigned by Paul B- Dennis, Wilmington, Ohio, _^and sold for $5,300-Top-selling bull was Highlands Bandolier 85th. A consignment of Mrs. E H Heckett, Valencia, Pa-, Jie was pui chased by Stoneycrest Farm, Oxford, Conn, for $3,000 _x states and Canada con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Wisconsin Top Meat Judging Team in U.S. The _University of -Wisconsin team won the _intercojlgiate meat judging contes_* at the Eastern National Live Stock Show in Baltimore Nov T5. By so doing, they took pe-rnanent possession of the National Live Stock and Meat Board's challenge trophy which must be won three times before a -school can claim it for keeps- _x - The University of Wisconsin thus became the first school to retire a trophy at the Baltimore meat judging contest -since the event was inaugurated there l)y the Meat Board, in 1950-r ' The winning "team, coached_^by professor Donald Kropf, was composed of Thomas Zwettler, Bichard Meyer and Darold Drew Zwettler _' _and Meyer tied for second-top individual honors in the contest and Drew was fifth high man Top individual in the entire contest was Larry Hilgendorf of Pennsylvania State" University. In the classes, North Carolina State Colege led m beef judging; Pennsylvania State " University, pork judging; University of Tenn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

SPABC Adds New Bull to Service, Lucifer Grandson Wimarjo _Pabst Regal Lucifer, grandson of the famed Holstein Lauxmont Admiral Lucifer, has been purchased by the Southeastern -Pennsylvania Artificial Breeding Cooperative and will be- placed in service soon-The famed Holstein was senior herd sire at Gieat Brooks Farm, Carlisle, Mass-It will be _two or three weeks before necessary papers will be transferred and completed on the 5%-year-old sire- He was bred by Dr. S- H. Stires, Louisville, Ohio, and his first seven daughters averaged 13.238 lbs of milk testing four per cent and 532 lbs of butterfat in production-He is out of Lincoln Admiral Outlet Posch one of the oldest living daughters of the~Jamed Lucifer. Both he and his brother _hoid Silver Medal type honors- Pravda, * ComMunist paper (h!as 4,900,000 circulaition.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Lancaster County Broilers - -' Cbjfifsgii&igs > -e_£/^' .J_^£l8 5§ fc _yepreseffi_^a^^^r ' 3ph_" o'.operates ' -a broiler farm at Millway-between 593,600. _business _^ _uiJL/ancaster Jgounty _? afjgood P/p- Lititz and Ephrata, feeding sorre-of Jiis 11-week-old portion of nHS Keystone _Stated total $36;il7,000- Meat Packers_^ Here Grant Heilnian has photographed LeRoy Horst>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

D. F. Abe Assigned To Chester County Dennis Franklm Abe has been rssigned to work with Chester County" Agent R. A- Powers and Associate County Agent J- HWays, as well als Delaware County Agent H- O Wiloox, the Pennsylvania State University has announced-A native of Maryland, Mr-Abe was graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor of science degree in 1953. He has also taken graduate work in fruit processing. •

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Market News _Narrows and Gilts Average About Steady LANCASTER LIVESTOCK MARKET By David S. Lorcnson, Reporter _,USDA- Market News Bureau WEDNEDAY TO WEDNESDAY __ REVIEW Cattle: Three days 3469. week ago 2716. _Compared with last Wednesday: _iSlaugtetier steers average choice and prime (mostly steady, some strength on weights 1200-1450 Jbs. Commercial to low Choice s'hontfed steers to weak. (Heifers scarce this week mostly Istcady. beef cows about steady, Canners and Cutters strong to 25c higher, bulls steady to 25c up IStockers and _feeders mostly isteady best action on weights _ground 750 lbs and lighter Supplies included around 65 per cent stocker and feeder steers ahainly 600-900 lbs Medium to low choice, around 10 per cent iwas cows Bulk choice and low prime 1050-1250 lb fed steers $20 00-2? 75, several loads choice and ipn ne 115J-1250 lbs. $23-00 to $2325. loa 1 1200 lb iprime steers _$23 75, load prune 1400-lb 'weights $2300- Good siteers $18--00-19 50; commercial and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Prices Advance Over Year Ago In Poultry Sale _entt«n««»»»a«««««n««:K_»:»:a«K«««»«a««»«:ttt«»:««K«» Average prices of poultry sold on the Lancaster Poultry Exchange at .Rohrerstown during the mon,th of November showed increases over comparative weeks in November, 1954. Averages during the 11th month last year were from a high: of $22-02 at the opening uf the month to a low of $17.13 at the close-This year, the* month opened with a low average of $18 54 and advanced to a high of $22 85 the second week, down to $20:75 the third, closing the-month at $22 79 in the final, week. Receipts Also Increase Receipts _alho increased for Nov. 1955 compared _»to a year agofwith 349,000_.passmg- through the, Auction in the 11th month last year, ' 441;&50 this year dtlrmg November ' " - Eighteen lots-, totaling 62,800 birds, were offered in the 103rd sale _Tuesday ti this week, with 14 lots, totaling 49,200 head' selling, in a price range of $20 25 to 23, averaging $22 08- Tuesday ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

lop J32_o> tar Poultry Friday, Average 22.79 Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Rohrerstown) - (Sales Report-Sale No 102, Friday Nov 25, ,1955) — Elevjn lots, all broilers, averaged 22 7.9 on 28,220 birds Friday with a range from 21 n to 23 Vi Compaied to a year ago, on Nov 26, 1954 of 29 lots totahng 108,500 birds were listed, 18 lots ol 74,500 birJ_» were sold in a range of 16'_^ to 17J_1 with an average of 1114. Sales Friday included the top of 23_U on 350 Red Vantress, consigned by A- Lincoln Keener, selling to John J\ Thomas; 1500 Red Vantress, Horace-Seitz, consignor, Ray E Ream buyer, 22-&; Miller & Bushong (Elam Kauffman) consignor, 4 0000 Red Vantress to Hany E Weaver, Jr." at 23; Miller & Bushong (Elam . Kauffman) 500 Raj. Vantress to Ray W Gibble at ' 22 i; Miller & Bushong (Clair Eomberger), 1200 Meat Packers _;md 800 White Vantress to Pioducers Coop Exchange .23, Geoige Weaver, 7500 Indian River C.oss to Producers Coop- 22 'I and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Fruit Growers Plan Meetings * Demonstrations Members of the Lancaster County Fruit Gi owers Association next week will conduct a series of countywide meetings and orchard pruning demonstrations. New officers will be elected Monday evening it 7.30 in the Farm. Bureau Hall, Lancaster. New fruit ciasses included in, the i coming Pennsylvania Farm. Show will be discussed, and a committee to arrange packing for the Lancaster County exhibit will be appointed. Carl Biitoer to Speak Carl Bittfil.:, extension, fruit specialist from the Pennsylvania State Univeissty, will speak on. "Fruit Varieties.,"/ Small Fruits,. FeitUity, _CuJUUal _practices and Management" Color slides will illustrate _vanous _pjjpts r i Present ofheefs are Anthony R. Stoe, Lancaster, President; Harry _Breneinau 1 , Rfj. Lancaster, vicepresides,-1; Simon Snyder, Rl _^ Ephrata, secretary, and Daniel A. Brubaker_, Rl Ephrata, treasurer. _Demonstration Schedule Schedule ol demonstrations is as follows: 1 Monday, 1 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

There's still some debate on the black rabbit bagged by Melvin, GraybiU' (left) m Eberly's Swamp northwest of Quarryville, but it's sure enough black and. it's sure enough rabbit- George Pita (Right), Strasburg, holds one of the pheasants the hunters shot shortly after the season opened — (Lancaster Farming Photo).

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

West Willow Fanners Association Custom Grinding and Mixing WW-F Poultry Feeds Ultra-Lifed Formulas West Willow, Pa, Phone _Lancaster 45019

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Corn Show, Pie Baking Match at Fulton _Grange Plans for Christmas the forthcoming party Dec • 26 were among topics discussed at the Monday night meeting of the Fulton Grange, a meeting that included a corn show and pie baking contest. At the same time, it was announced the Juvenile Grange wiH meet on the _^ame nights as the subordinate Grange, and Miss Rutharifae Armstrong was named Juvenile Grange matron Fulton _Grange's _lectuier will be sent to the Leadership School Dec. 28-29 at Mansfield. _^ Corn, Pie Winners Judge of the corn exhibit was Laverne _Pownall, RD Oxford, who named the following winners: Corn winners were DeKalb, 5, first, Gerhard _Neustadder Jr.; Farm Bureau, first, Charles Coates, second, Robert Armstrong; Pioneer, first, Walter Wood; second, .Theodore Beck; Eastern States, first, Robert Armstrong; popcorn, first, Robert Armstrong. The pie baking contest winners were apple, first, -Mrs. Maurice Gregg; second, Mrs. Harold Alexander; pumpkin, first, Mr* Ch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Rhoades at Cochranville Completes Ayrshire Mark According to _,a repoit from the National _Ajrshne Bleeders' Association ortice, Brandon, Vt, the purebred herd of J. Cletus Rhoades at Cochranville, with 20 members, _hai> completed its first year of Ayislure Herd Testing with an avc._ajre of 9713 lbs of milk and 403 lbs of butterfat on twice-a-day milking, Actual Production The higlu-st butterfat producer in the hard was Spring Mill Marauder's Eustice with 12,946 lbs of 4,4 pei cent milk and 565 lbs of butterfat i Land for a ioadside rest along Routes 222 and 72 will be sought by members ol the Southern Lancaster County Fai mer-Sportsmen_'s association. The group met lecently at the Fue Hall, Quarryville- ( A suivey will be conducted to determine if any land is available The Commonwealth would provide the facilities, but other agencies or persons must furnish the land With a recoid of 16,000 cows enrolled in the Ayrshire Herd Test plan, the Ayrshire breed holds the iecord ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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