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

at Groff Christmas Shop Prices Slashed My choice is a ¦^^ _» m NEW APPLIANCES at LOW PRICES They Must Go! AMERICAN FLYER ¦¦_se ?** AND We Must Clear Our 1955 Appliances To Make LIONEL ELECTRIC TRAINS Room FolThe1956 Mo_^s Buy Now and Save - - - Limited Quantities Make every member of the family happy with a NEW HOTPOINT APPLIANCE at remarkable savings. _> COMPLETE DISPLAY ON HAND Order you.-s now! Don't be disappointed at the last minute! DAD AND BROTHER WILL LIKE A DISHWASHER Why? ... No more helping COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES • . • Everything needed to build a railroad system, can be found HERE • • • Houses, Yards, Animals, "~ Tracks, Cars, Stations, Grass, Dirt and Gravel, Scenery Pa- £ per, Tunnel*, Transformers, j Plasticville Houses, and * with the dishes SISTER WILL LIKE THE NEW RANGE Why? ... She can help with the cooking! MOTHER WILL LIKE THE NEW LAUNDRY Why? . . . Eliminates red hands and the cold weather blues. -She can w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Half Billion Is County Industry Value for Year HARRISBURG — The value of Lancaster County industries last year totaled more than half a billion dollars, Miss Genevieve Blatt, Secretary of Internal Affairs, announced today. _^Products valued at $517,590,-000 were turned out by 39,941 workers who shared a payroll- of $131,266,700- The county's 600 industries last year represented capital investment of $130,639,-200. In 1953, a payroll of $145,-687,400, was distributed to 44,735 workers who "turned out products valued at $552,185,500. Capital invested in the 604 industries reporting that year amounted to $140,356,700. Investment $71,214,800 In the city of Lancaster prodiuiets value at $228,616, 900 were manufactured by 17,234 employes who received $66,033,900 in wages and salaries. -The city's 190 industries last year represented capital investment of $71,214,800. The previous year, reports were submitted by 194 industries with capital investment of $72,648,000. A payroll of $7...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Dairy Farmers Warned to Sell Industry Facts GD 24 DAIRY FARMERS iPhfliliaid'e'lijilhlsa—Daiiry farmers (attending <1)he 20th. Annual Meetling of itflie Mer-State Malik Producers' Cooipenaitive were warned laigamst being made a political (f _ootiball _i<n the next 'year, and told to get itogelth'Hr -with dealers, la-Ibor_, and! _iihe press to tell tfhe 'Uriue facts _atoout _iflhe milk md'us-Itry" to tfoe pufbte. In a repont to the delegates from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, amd Delaware who attended the two-day meeting December 8 and 9, O H Hoffman Jr, Jmber-State General (Manager, declared-."Between now and next year's Annual Meeting, I am sure >ttat eyery stop will be pulled in itlhe (PQiitidaifs _organ, asiie iplays, fariti_^sDimo_; jhis fame _albomt the plight tai the _fatnmer. I am iho©eful that an ispite of ifche fact that the farmer is 'lagging consid'era'b'y behind both 'business and tabor in prosperity, ttot he is smart enough mot to,_t&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Poultry Center Plans Studied; Land Purchased Six men have been named to spearhead a campaign to raise funds for construction of a new poultry center m Lancaster, following final approval by the City 1 Council permitting commercial construction at the intersection of Roseville Road and the Bypass . Monday the two major poultry agencies, the Lancaster County Poultry Exchange, and the Lancaster Poultry Association, purchased the 3_^-acre site for $7,500 Members of Committee Named at the Tuesday night meeting to take the _^ next steps preliminary to the start of consruction were: Dr. E I Robertson, of Eshelman's Red Rose Feeds, who is president of the association; Levi Brubaker, Lancaster, president of the Lancaster Poultry -Exchange; Lewis Mortensoii, head of the Sexed Chick Co . at East Petersburg; Roy Herr of-Lampeter and Earl Reeves from Miller & Bushong. These six men will secure more information and promote fund raising for a central, modern mapketHw-serve Lancaste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Moderation in Weather, But Winter Remains Slight-moderation in weather ruled over Lancaster County at midweek following a Friday flurry of snow that made highways and streets hazardous over the weekend in Lancaster County. For more than a week, temperatures remained below the freezing mark, but there was some sligh_^ melting Wednesday. Patches of ice still remained in many parts of the County, and numerous accidents resulted. Snows began falling'Friday afternoon, and by nightfall, many highways were slick as glass-Highway 72 south of Willow Street was blocked by jacknifed trucks before cinder trucks could cover the entire stretch under the white cover. Snowfall ranged from one-half to three inches. Colerain Township reported the maximum, while. the "" northern end of the County received lesser amounts. fSxtaw banks $M1 remain along many of the rural roads, but trees have lost the wintry touch that gave a Christmasy picture Saturday morning.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

, Mennonite Home Farm - Lancaster Let the winter winds whine, let the snow nonite Home, R3 Lancaster, on the Old Harblow _.'_.an_^talte_^lr-'look at a-serene summer risburg " Pike. Wayne Baum farms the land _^_Gfij^^Hfisewi&rtiie pond_^and_^5Q.me_=i>f_^th_# rwh_^ch provides a scene most 'representative _^ buildings on the farm owned by the Mefi- of _Lancaster farming.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Price Average For Broilers Dec. 8th 19.28 Lancaster Poultry Exchange (Rclhrerislfcown) (Sale Report, Sale 106. _Thursday, Dec. 8, 1955) ' — _Prtlces on tlhe Thursday auction of ipoulltry here ranged from VJM to 19% on 40 lots of tattlers to average 19 28. ¥Litby-cne kits of 124,900 b _irds were offered; 43 lots totaling 106.723 were sold; eight ,W_$ of 118,175 were not sold Thursday One Hot of 375 'capons _brouigftot 36_M:, owe lot oi 1.000 _eapeittes 22, and one lctt of DeEalb 101 fowl 15. Year Ago Mostly ID ¦A year ago on 'the coire-ponidtoi(g day, _Thursday, Dec-, 9. 1854, 25 loite of 77.700 'birds were sold (from 18 to 19Ms, _nuoffMy J.9-Sales Thursday "by _consignor _muirfber, breed, buyer and. price included 1EI1 R.renemam 375 New Hafflipshare Cap to Boy E Ream 36 Vi; J. Carl ©rulbato toon White 'Cross Ga<p .to Bofltai's 22; Miller & _Biudhoonig (_iKaym«nd LcckarJ) 800 Meat _Packers to Producers Cocip. Exe 18%"; Miller & Bwh-<oiug (Mrs Gra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Mostly Steady Trade in Steers; Hog Top_^t $13.50 WEDNESDAY TO _WEDNESDAY REVIEW By David S. Lorenson, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau CATTLE Three days 3236, week a&o 3904. Com-oared with Hast Wednesday. Slau'gfeter steers fevera'ge _dhoice and prime mostly (slteady, commercial to average \c_3idce steady to 50c lower. Heitfers scarce, _mostlv steady, cows land (bulls _fuffiy ete?dy S'.ockers and 'feeders silow, _mosifi'y fleadiv-Bulk of the supply was stacker and feeder steers, around 30 per fcent slaughter steers and heifers end around 12 per cent cows _JBulk 'choice fed steers 1000-1250 lbs $20 00-22 00 in_'c'-uding pa it _Joad 1495- n lb prime steers at Hat-Iter _isrice One load 1420-lib rormme bteers $22-60; _pait load v 10Sl-lb prime $2365 Numerous loads good 950-1380-Q'b &teer $18-19 50 ' commercial $15 00-0)7 50 A few email _loAs cammercial and go_:d neifera -$14.50-17 00 Vthby and _boxnmercial cows $1100-12.75; canners and _cutters $8.25-11-75 Utility ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Tuesday Poiiltr) Averages Above 1954 Hit 19.45 _Lamca_^er Po"lVy Ex _^ ani?* (lRo3_M>ers)fc'iwii) (_Sale Rnpo it, Sal'E 107, . _TueTday, _Dsc 13, 195S —.Fir en. _actyanwi Tuesday in _fl_^_e auicfcon cf pou_'i_'ry'hare, movime _ut> from Thi'-sday_'s average of 1958 to 1945 en mutch smaller re'e 1 ntis. _There were n_»ne Ie_*s cf 17 230 fciirds offered. Sev?n to's tota _ling 15700 were _pnH _wrth S'x Jots of fercM/lars, 15,550 _ibT_^s, s_^d in a range of 19 ta 19%. averaging 1945. One lot of 150 turkey ibens flofd at 42V.;. iFcr'tSr'3 C_3rres.!pondnn* s®_le a year aeo, on Dec 14, _W54 11 In_'s of 24,450 birds anc_^udiiri" 1100 turkey* were ofifered,. four Ms totaling 15,000 were _scld at _lS 1 _^ to 19, _nuttly 18_^ _Tuesiday"s sales 'by seller and grower, am'oa'._rit and 'breed, buyer and pr'ee _mtfudedr _Clayton N. Tb annas 800 Msat _Pabkeis to Ppodweers Ceno at 19- G']°nn H- He r r (Jaimeg R _Biartev), 4000 _Indian River _Pilots to Producers 19%; Horace 'Se'fe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

PROCESSED POULTRY iPhiladelpbia Dec. 14—Proc* essed poultry (ice packed) young idh'ilckem a bareJy adequate on roasters and more than ample on fryers or broilers. Hens: Barely steady. Demand fair Supplies were fully edequate on heavy type ana mor_« When ample om light type. Re-Iceilplts (Dec. 13 included other than turkeys Md 52,270# Dei 96,000 # VA 7,000# Wholesale selling prices: (grade x Qual. including sizable lots to butchers) Cents per pound: (Broilers or friers 1 %# 27-30, 2# 27-30, 2 %# 25-27, 2 %# 2_^26 _^# 23 %-26. Roasters, 3 _^# 24-26, 4# 24-26, I %# 26-28 %, & up 30-34. Hens, 6 %-7#, heavy type 24-2S, I _%-6#_, h_^_ftvy type 25-27 4# & _jver, 'light type 22-23, under 4#, iight type 18-20. Bucktags 3033 EGGS Philadelphia Dec 14 —Market steady- Demand good, lighter supplies of all grades were no more than adequate for current requirements-Wholesale selling prices: Mm. 10 PCT AA qual large 45-50 # _*wih4e 54_%-55'i, brown £3%- 54, _" me'dtom! white 50-5...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

YOU'LL FIND GIFTS FOR ALL 0* w_4&mmmi^<^^ * V4 Mom wants g REVERE WARE! Men—Just Wear a Pair & MONTHS EVEN MR A YEAR! NEW PAIR FREE Than bring back-i * us and get •lit hard _»r stiff drying onditians WORK ¦ _udctkin GLOVES •Rl th_«y dry under narmci] WOLVERINE Hmfcin _HwsaMd* I" ntvauL :) _"" Mali* hw Chiistnut Viiii-_^ daydraam c_*m* (to*. th« _jifl every _wotntn _wanti MOST. We- carry a Complete Stock of Revere Wan And Hundreds Of Other * * Items On Display!! Kauff man's Hardware Fee Parking at Rear of Store Open Tlmrs.& Sat Til 9 F. M 77_*e Family Gift-Center NEW HOLLAND 201 £. Main St Ph. 4-0951 _$ 3

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

_Altmaws Sufer-A Feeds are timci _trsted, scientifically b-alanced, vitamin, complete and are manufactured daily in *hree modern plants. Compare our prices, 8 Starter Meg 4.05 20 pc. Super A Dairy Feed 3 36 Grower Crumbles .. 415 16 pc Blue Bird Dairy.. 2.55 Broiler Ration 460 20 pc. Blue Bird Dairy. 2 7E 20pc Quality Egg Mash 3 85 Enriched Fitting Ration 3.IS Blue Bird AH Mash Egg 3 55 Horse Feed 100 lbs. 3 5C Scratch Feed 3.35 ~" Super A Dog Feed 25 lbs. 2 OS Fine Chick Beed .... 4.60 Rabbit Pellets 100 lbs. 4.65 STORE HOURS : Mon. Thru Fn. 8 to 5.30 Sat 8 to 5 12 _Varieties of Babv Chicks available at all times. Ask about eur special discount on early orders for chicks. ALTMAN'S CASH FEED-STORE WILLIS H. WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Ave. Phone Lane. 4-7715

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

A_=C WD45 With 2-Way Plow Ask for a demonstration of the New Allis Chalmers Tractors and Plows, Subsoilers, or discs. Get AUis-Chalmers Toy Sets for Christmas Gifts Drop in for your 1956 Allis-Chalmers Kodachrome Calender Amhonxed Allis-Clahners „..,.„ L H. BRDBAKER LANCASTER, R. 4 LITITZ R. _, 3 _^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

ELECTRIC CO GAS AM) ELECTRIC APPLIANCES - SALES AND SERVICE Electrical Contracting Leola, Pa. Phone 6-6661 " Open Thurs & Fn. 'till 9"

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer's Way _UNCASIEK PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS' 39 E. Chestnut St.. Lancaster, Pa. fit. Lane. 3-3921 N

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Dairy Farmers Warned To Sell , (Continued from Page One) l&bate members and 'their wives, niiilk deader_* amid representatives lof _agricultural organizations, Dr Richard J- Werner, executive diiireatOT of itfoe Milk _Industry Foundation_, said: "We must organize our offensive team But firot we .mu .t make sure we 'have a team Up to mow there has tan to>o omiudh 'nroducer _versuls distributor, diEibr Ibutoir versus labor, publisher verms botih, _amrt itfte consumer bew Id-<ered 'by it all."' Not Getting Rich Paintting out tlbat the dairy md'usty _sujpipilies 30 Tier cent of the maition's food basket at less tlham 20 _peir cent of the food _dioWar, Dr Werner said ibhat it -shoti'd be emipSias'ized to the pu'to_'ic -Miiait Ittoe farmer was not getting rinh ,_on his milk, ibuit t>h»t ' t)be milk _business is important to the 'health, and welfare of our nation, and to our American econuony" Dr James E- H'onan Ir_>tsir-JStaite ecortn>n;s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

County Industry Half Billion Is (Continued from Page One) to 2,853, a gain of 2 11 per cent These workers last year earned $8,726,200, 1125 per cent more than in the previous year when 37 industries reported The value of industrial products was $31,-706,800 or 6.16 per cent higher than in 1953 Capital investment decreased slightly from $5,362,-700 to $5,344,200 Lititz to $27,663,500 The value of products of Litltz's industries rose from $26,-888,200 to $27,663,500, an increase of 2 88 per cent These products were manufactured by 1424 men and women who eained $3,920,300 in wages and salaries- Capital invested in the borough's 33 industries totaled $4,091,200 In 1953, a payroll of $4,826,500 was distributed to 1,-677 workers in 35 industries Capita) investment that year amounted to $4,246,900 Ehzabethtown had 134 more employes last year l:han in 1953 The borough's 27 plants last year employed 1,820 persons, 795 per cent more than in the previous year. Payrolls jumped from $4,-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

International Grand Champ Steer Dean A. D. Weber of Kansas State College congratulates Nancy Turner, of Champaign, 111., on her 986-lb Aberdeen-Angus steer, "Julius", named International Grand Champion at Chicago's famous Livestock Exposition Nov. 29. Nancy, 16, first won the junior feeding contest with her Angus which made him eligible to compete in the open show. The steer later sold at auction for $15 a pound. Dean Weber was judge of the steer classes. (Photo courtesy American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders Association, 9 Dexter Park Avenue, Chicago 9, 111.) 24-Hour Service I earners' Permits EDWARD G. WILSON Notary Public 16 S. Lime St. Lancaster, Pa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Crowd Good at Hoover Auction Despite Snows Despite a snow storm that blanketed Lancaster County Friday, there was a good turnout m the Vincent Hoover auction Saturday near New Providence, Lancaster Farming was advised In the implement line, a tractor sold for $1,975, plow $190, a seccond tractor $460, side delivery rake $237.50," John Deere manure spreader $380, garden tractor $70, Itobaoco latlh $135 per (hundred and milk cans up to $6-75 each A top of $306 was scored in the sale of Holstein grade cows, not blood tested, and heifers sold as high as $252.50 apiece.' Chickens (sold u'o to $1.75 _eaioh, corn brought $45 a ton and mixed hay $28 a ton. Carl Diller, Refton, and Everett Kreider, _ Rl_ -_^Quarryville _^ were auctioneers."'" *~ * ~ ' ' mm*

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