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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

B. Suavely Garber Named Producers Co-Op Director B. Snavely Garber _.Rl Willow Street, Tuesday night was named a neiw director on the board of ifche Producers Cooperative Exchange at the annual meeting attended by_._albout 540 in the Gueirnlsey Sales Pavilion east of Lancaster-Ortlheirs named to serve again at Mark Hess, R6 Lancaster; Raymond Mller, Rl Lancaster. Although, business in the past year was up, dollar volume was _diowii due to lower market prices-Sales increased, $130,061-56 to $1,810,080 94. and expenses wenit up from $175,374.33 to $1,227,025. 98. Poultry increased 40 per cent to $4,909,091.17 and increased 29-6 per cent in weight handled Ito 14,861rll3 lbs Although _egs volume was up 41 per cent, _casih _^xaid was off 48 per cent There were 11,504,856 dozen eggs processed witlh a value of $4,919,553. 59- However, "fancies" increased to 35-8 per cent, compared to 28-5 per cent in 1954 A total of $29,200 of net savings was distributed to members m revolving fund c...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

13 Students Cited By Sears ? Roebuck One sophomore and 12 freshmen enrolled in-~the College of Agriculture at the Pennsylvania State University have been named to receive scholarships estab Iished by Ihe Sears, Roebuck Foundation. C. Gene Haugh, Spring Mills RD 2, a sophomore in agricultuial engineering who won a freshman award last year, also won a $125 scholarship this year. Freshman winners, receiving _?1CO each, are- Sam W. Allison, Tarentum RD 3; Jonn W Atcheson_, ClarksviUe, James C Barron, Slippery Rock; Richard A Booth, Ivyland; Jay E. Coble, Hershey RD 2; Paul Gabriel, Ulster RD 1; Thomas Hancock, Johnstown; Erwm D Maxson, Little Genesee, N. Y; John H- Miller, Clarion RD 1; Harold W. Myers, Jr., Chambersburg RD 2; Robert DRemsel, Fairmount City RD 1; Glenn A Shirk, Quarryville RD 1; Daniel C Speace, Elkton, Md; William A. Tait, Jr., Mercer RD 4; and Clair W. Zerby, Spring Mills. ttiiorn, Mourn Joy; K. M _Souders, general manager; John J. Her-Iholdt, (poultry manager, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Wintertime Feeding Wintertime means bam feeding in Lancaster County and area Guernsey circles- The herd is farming, -and here Sam_^Weng?r tosses hay to one of the best known, and Mr. Garber is a some of the prize Guernseys on the farm of Sna- nephew of Harry Snavely, cne of the outstandvely Garber, Rl-Willow Street Both names, Gar- ing pioneers in Lancaster County Guernsey prober and Wenger, are well known in Lancaster motion- _mi_* > ' __ ..._ . - _— __._, I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Hogs Slump to 14-Year Low in _Chicago Trade (Hogs tihis week continued skidding into lower price levels ait •_moiit of the major markets, wilfeh Chicago Wednesday reporting 14-yiear lows on both the $11.75 top and the estimated $10-25 average for barrows and gilts-At _National Stack Yards, 111 (St Louis), the top was $11.75 also, with a tew No. Is and No. 3s bringing $1100 to $11-65, with a few at $12 00- In Chicago, for the first time in many years, some heavies went way below the $10 mark, selling at $9.00 cwt Lancaster, however, scored a $13 50 top Wednesday. Receipts at St. Louis reached 13,500; Chicago estimated 20,000, and Indianapolis received 10,000.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

REAL CHECKER LOVER MANGUM, Okla. — W- E. Weaver loves to play checkers but wasn't able to find many opponents. Finally he became desperate enough to buy a grocery store here, and installed a table and a couple of extra chairs to attract" some players. Among his customers, he manages to snare a i4w to keep the checkerboard busy. Post Office

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Price Range from 20-22.25 Friday In Poultry Sale Roforerstawn, Pa —(_Laiusasitji i Poultry Exen-ange, Sales Report, Sale #104, Thursday, Dec. 1, 11955)—Prices ranged from 20 to 22 Vi cents in the Thursday, Dec 1 auction here on 45 lots of 123-615 birds offered, with 43 lots totaling H15,11S birds sold One flot of 650 Leghorn fowls went at 15, turkey forodlens, two lots totaling 1500 "binds, sold from 30% fco 31 The Thursday average was 20 % cents on 41 lots of 1'12,965 'birds. Here are 'sales: {_ConsiignOT listied first, then _ipnrceH Mi'Piport Boiler Mills (Raymond Huslt), 1200 White Vantress to R J. Brendle at 20%; John B. Noll, 2800 Indian Raver Cross to H W. Loflgacre ait 20*; Donald _INfoU, 350 Indiati- River Cross to Produ _' oers Cooperative Exchange at 20_%; O. _Kenneth 'Mc-Oracken (Enos Eshiback), 3000 WtoUte Cross to Victor F. Weaver, Inc at 20_%; Jacob R Cramer, 750 Indian {River Cross to Roy E Ream at 20%. Miller & Bukhara? (iLioyd Ream), 4500 White Vanitre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Hogs 50 Lower; Few Here Score $13.50 Wednesday LANCASTER LIVESTOCK MARKET Wednesday to Wednesday Review By David S. _Lorenson, Reportei USDA Market News Bureau Cattle Three days 3904. week ago 3489 Compared with last Wednesday Slaughter steers high choice and prime 1100 lbs and lighter steady to weak, other weights and grades 50 to 75c dower most decline on shortfed good and low choice averaging 1200 lbs and over Heifers scarce steady to 25c lower Cows moderately active _mogtiv fully steady Bulls steady to 25c higher, most advance on utility Stockers and feeders slow, mostly isteady Bulk choice fed steers $20 002150, a few lots high choice and prime S21 50-22 00, two loads 1000-lb prime yeartang steers $2425 Good largely £18 00-19 25, some commercial $15 50-17 00 Commerial and good heifers $1450-17 50 Utility and commercial cows $1100-12 75, canners sley, 700 Red Vantress to and cutters $8 001175. Utihtj curl cnnmeicial hulls $14 50-Yi 50, cutteis down to $13 50 Numerous lo&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Gian-Carlo Menotti Opera Slated Dec. 10 A special event of _tho coming holiday season will be the pre& entation of the Christmas opera, "Amahl and the _NigfiF Visitors" by the Lancaster Opera Workshop The Gian-Carlo Menotti opera will be presented at Reynolds' Junior Higa School, Lancaster Dec-10 at 2:30 & 8:30 p. m-For th,e first time ,the Opera Workshop will give -a special youth concert at 2.30 m the afternoon- Preceding the presenta_* tion of the opeia the newly formed Opera Woikshop Chorus will join with the children in a carol sing. " The title role of "Amahl" in, the afternoon performance will be taken by Robert Stephen Janes, 12 years old, son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert B- Jane_^ 187 Blossom Hill Dr*ve, Lancaster. In tho evening performance, "Amahl" will be portrayed by Paul P. Martin, II, 12 years old, son of Mr. & Mrs Paul P- Martin, 932 Virginia Ave., Lancaster, Pa-Others in tiie cast include Ann Jones, as the mother, Jack L. Ryan, Clinton ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Prices Slightly Higher for Year In Poultry Sale Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Roibrerstown) — (Sales _^ report, Sale No-105, Tuesday, Dec 6. 1955) - Prices m Tuesday's _poul try auction were slightly higher ilhan a year ago, witih 8 lots toslted totaling 29,700, and 5 'lots, totaling 25,500 birds sold. Prises ranged from 19 to 19_^ cents * averaging 19-42. For the correspondimg day a year ago, re ceipts were 14 lots of 68,050 birds with 11 lots .totalling 47,050 birds sold at 18% to 19%, mostly 19%. . Sales Tues 'day included: from (Mailer and _Buslhong (Sam Stoltzfus) 1700 Jndian River _y _Cross Liponised to Victor F- Weaver Inc , 19%; Robert Bollinger, 200 White Rock cockerels, 00 sale, 0OOZ -tapcia _Xoh a _ukmJ : _Piq _%6I iRed Vantress 19% bid, no _safte; (from James Matean 2000 White lOornulh, 18% bad, no sale; Fruitville Farms, _Atoraim Shenk, 9000 White Vantress to Grimes and Hauer and 4800 White Van*ress Ito same .party at,19_% from Miller and _Busbong (Aaron P- Miller) 50...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

BALTIMORE POULTRY BALTIMOPE flee 7 — Market steady on _fiyers, heavy hens (fowl), pullets and geese Fair to good demand Prices unchanged to slightly higher Demand centered on top quality and heavier weights Receipts moderate Market, barely steady on torn turkeys and Muscovy ducks Prices generally declined lc Market steady _ia firm on hen turkeys Fair to good demand. Receipts moderate- Wholesale selling prices per pound m Baltimore Broilers or fryers: 3 lbs and over 2cS27, mostly 25-27-Hens heavy type 23-26, light type 15-16 Pullets 33 meat turkeys: toms 32, hens 42-43 Ducks. Muscovy 24-25 Geese: one lot 30

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Farm Numbers in County Stable; (Continued from Page One) creased with 5,627 farms repoitmg telephones in 1954 and 4,551 in 1950. Last year there were 903 artificial ponds, resfcrvons and earth tanks on 801 farms reporting in Lancaster County. Tractors jumped from 9,151 m 1950 to 12,248 on* Garden Spot farms and automobiles increased from 8,853 to 9,049. These were 1,260 farms with no tractor, using only horses _oi _imjles, 120 had no tractor and only one hoise or mule, 835 had no tractor and two or more horses and/or mules In line with the nationwide trend, numbers of horses and mules t_>n Lancaster County farms continued m decline, although the reduction here was perhaps not as marked as in other sections of the country In 1950 a total of ' 2,933 farms reported 10,122 horses of mules, while last year 2,044 farms listed but 7,853 horses and mules Commercial farms declined from 6,722 in 1950 to 6,666 in 1954 In value of products aold, in 1950 there were 455 farms in cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

PLATTER PALACE—It' s one of the few commercial buildings _eyer built in circular form This headquarters for a phono"graph record firm nears completion in Hollywood, Calif Architecturally, its builders say it's a very efficient form for office use. About 85 per cent of floor space is usable. All offices have outside exposure.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

>me BULK FEED STORAGE TANK At last a storage tank that really "fills the bill" for convenient, economical bulk Feed Storage . . . and there's a size to suit your needs —up to 5 3-4 ton capacity. Built by the makers of famous Silver Shield Steel Silos, this tank is reasonably priced and built to last* ... SEE YOUR FEED DEALER or see them on display at SNAVELY SILO SALES, INC Landisville Pennsylvania FREE KSW'SSfi' SNAVELYS vet •

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