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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Uncle Mike's 80-Year Collection Going, Going! — Far from Gone - _Slackwatec, Pa — Michael -Bonder, when he died in Februaiy 1955 at 79,peihaps knew his lifetime collection of odds and _ndBftdsv and antiques might throw _eny auctioneer into a spin _bni Today, perhaps it has From the - 12-room double house, from two huge basement rooms, is flowing an endless assoitment of items. When Parke Shaub, the auc'tioneer, wrote the sale bill, he was modest Pa:ke listed 25 guns So far, 165 have been found and sold. How many more remain in _TTooms stacked to the ceilings ' No ' one's willing to guess. Already " threepubhc sales have made only -t' ent in the mountains of what Tdrke can call but "lots and lots not mentioned " fWall to Wall — Floor to Ceiling : Mike, according to his nephew, fDavid C Lefever, executor of the _Estate, once ms.de the statemnt J"l hop you have as much fun _^disposing of this as I did collecting it" By the time he passed _ijaway, his collections reached |every wa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

LANCASTER COUNTY SALE DATES NOVEMBER 4 — _Peach Alley, Household Goods, Ehzabethtown. 5 — Aaron Good _Holstem disp, one mile east of Maytown, two mile south Donegal Springs 5 — ¦> Sarah Lindemuth, houes hold igoods, antiques, 12:30 p m, 252 N. Market, _Elizabethtown 5 — New, ' used " farm equipment, Atglen Farm Supply, West Valley Ave.-12 Noon. 5 — Calra E. _Miley, househola goods, Lititz, 12 30 p m 5 — Mrs Annie H. Musselman 122 No Roberts Ave, New Holland, eral estate, personal prop erty, 1 p. m. 5 — Stella Heinaman, Talmage, real estate, personal property, Talmage 12:30 ip. m. 5 — Mrs. Rebecca Stauffer,. 5 Donegal Street, Mount Joy, personal property, home, 2 p. m. 5 — Louis J Killby, two tracts of land, (household goods, H rrMe west of Kawlinsville, 1 _j>. m. 7 — E. R. Krayibill_, 55 acres, mile west of Donegal Springs. 8 — K. F. Sterling, 65 acres, Back Run School (House five mile west of _Manitoeim. 6 — Ivan H. Nollt_, 48 acres, 1-4 mile north Voganvile 2 ip....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

USDA Offices Combine; New Weather Man Bernard N. White, 51, meteorologist who has served with weather stations atNew Orleans and Milwakee_, has moved to second floor offices at 144-150 North Duke St, (Lancaster. Here he has set up the new agricultural weather station. Soon a moderate amount of equipment will be moved in, enabling Mi. White to record local weather and to interpret Harrisburg and Washington weather repoits as they apply to" the Lancaster County farm situation. He will make no original forecasts, tout will issue special storm warnings for the local area, and will maintain weather records. Two offices of the United States Department of Agriculture in Lancaster are now combined at Union _Stock Yards today as a result of establishment' of-the U. S. weather station to serve Lancaster County agriculture. Frank-G. Fitzroy, supervisor of the Lancaster district office of the Packers and Stockyards Branch, _, USDA, has moved into a new of. fice at the Yards with David S...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

y»V Your Line For y_»v _^ BETTER LIVING _^ K The A-C 2 Row Mounted PickeKi will get your crop in the cnb ,f fast, economically. No openings; lands or special dividers neees-'] sary. Very few ears left in the? field. More time for hunting,'] hshmg or "loarmg.' j The A-C "WD45" and 3 or 4 bottom plow teatunng "Snap Coupler," Traction Booster, Power Shift Wheels and Bullit-Blade Bottom _sulow up to 2 acres per hour with less fuel and less labor required. More time to work with livestock and still get crops planted m time. The A-C "CA" and Subsoiler also utilize Traction Boostei, Power Shitt Wheels ana bnap- Coupler features to help water soak in, preventing erosion and holding precious water-tor crop development. Shattered hardpan allows plant roots to penetrate deeper for water and food_. Ask For Demonstrations of These and _f Other Profitable Farming Tools From Your AUTHORIZE? flLLIS'CHllLMERS OfAtfJt ' L ft BRUBAKER Lititz R. D. No. 3 Lancaster R. D. No. 4 2 ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

24 HOUR THERMOSTATIC DOWNORAFT WOOD HEATERS YOUR DEALER WILL SHOW YOU WHAT ASHLEY'S PATENTED DESIGN MEANS many users say they _Kv| \_ijHjW |_Uy_9iliMftIus YOU CHOOSE FROM 8 models—8 prices Time tested and proven In coldest statu You _itiould build but one fire t tenon, refuel on _ivertge every 12 _douri, remove _tshet 3 timet monthly. Tremendous heating capacity, many heating entire homes, schools, •tores. Wood burnt clean—less soot and grime Users tiy Ashley heats from floor up, gives safe 24-hour heat. Burns all types wood successfully_. SEE PROOF OF ASHLEY PERFORMANCE AT-. KAUFFMAN'S HARDWARE New Holland Phone 4-0951 Open Thursday and Saturday Till 9. doted Wed. Noon

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

PUBL C SALE OF FARM MACHINERY Thursday, Nov. 10 Starting at 11 A. M. Intersection, Manheim and Harrisburg Pikes Rt. 72 and 230 FULL LINE OF FARMING EQUIPMENT We Sell on Commission—Private Daily Lunch at Sale—Closed Sundays CLYDE E. KEENER RD3, LANCASTER. PH. 46414

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

_Approved PURINA CUSTOM MIXING SERVICE Your Purina Dealer Wengers Feed Mill RHEEMS, PA Ph. _Elizabethtown 71195 *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Classified Advertising FARMS FOR SALE NEAR BUCK 99 acre cattle farm 8 rooms stone and frame, house, barn, other buildings. Very low price. 24 ACRES Near Eliza'bdtMowin A dandy small farm for a large family 12 ' room 1 house, barn, other build-• ungs, fair price 4nov3t. [ FARM VALUES BY LEO I. HAIN, INC. REALTORS 33 N Duke St. _^ Dial 7-8131 LANCASTER FOR SALE BRAND NEW RUUD GAS HOT water heaiter, 36-gallon capacity $100 ponce includes liplajlaition Phone Q . _uarryville 3R2 4novl POBTABLE ALUMINIUM single laundry tab 18-gallon capacity Used itess than a year, _sxc ' el'lent condition $8 Phone Quarryvtfle 3Rfi. 4novlt. USED BELL CITY CORN PICKer _Hiestand Inc Marietta Phone 6-9301 ~ 4novlt FIRST ANNUAL LANCASTER COUNTY AUCTION LAMPETER SALES BARN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 AT 12:00 NOON SHARP Hundred of new items for sale such as . 30 throw rugs, 5 radios, electric shaver, pictures, lamps, c'hairs, luggage, Totisserie, camera, 'kitchen utensils , paint, toys, sweaters, socks, cosmetics,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Classified Advertising: Rates Use This Handy Chart To Figure Your 'Cost Words (1) Issue (3)Issues 1 20 (Min ) $100 $2 40 _~ 21 105 2 52 22 1.10 264 23 L15 2.76 24 1.20 2 88 25 1.25 3 00 KEYED ADS (Ads with answer coming, to a Box Number, % Lancaster --Farming) 25c additional ' Send copy _<to the Classfied Adventi_'_song Dept, LANCA'STEiR FARMING, Quarcyvti'le, Pa Ads running 3 cr more coni sectntive times with no change 'billed at 4c "per word each tune with 80c mimrmuim DEADLINE Wednesday morn ing of each weeks _niMication Positively no ads accepted after 10 00 a mi. Wednesdays Ohio is cashing in its chips-_^ potato chips, that is. From 20 to 25 per cent of her potato crop i«oes into the manufacture of poitato chips, according to the Agricultural Extension Service. _T San Diego's Florence _ChaciwicU holds _thti all-time speed record for swimming the English Cnannel from. England to trance. She recently made tne _crossing in 13 hours and 55 rranui.es, to trim 11 inmutcs fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

He'll Go Down Fighting Circuit Judge Leon M. fiazile, post Office Department has ft of , Hanover _Cburthouse, Va., new point in its favor. It' s_; going says that "30 lashes on the back" to make test installations of baumijsht have more effect than a point pens in 20 post offices, _u Jail term as a deterrent to crime, they prove economical, tne Judge Bazile is quoted as saying much-disliked scratchy counter that criminals "no longer fear pen w»U become extinct. Jail** _ _r New American record for the The 56th international Eucha- - outdoor mile of 4*0.5 wasisetretistic Congnjss is scheduled to b_« cently by University of Kansas held in July of this year at Rio Wes Santee, during the Texas le Janeiro. Brazil. , Relays at AHsgn, Tex. Care Needed to Wash Synthetics II pays to be careful when washing clothes ot manmade fibers, reports Miss Kimble Many of these manmade libers do not asorb moisture so much as natural fibers so stains and soil are usually on the surface Since the s...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

Pennsylvania Not Running Short Of Groundwater; It's Renewable Pennsylvania, along with everj other state in the nation, is tak ing a second, intensive look at its groundwater supplies. Drought h_?.s been blamed for changes in water tables in many districts. Irrigation has placed new demands on available supplies, and "water rights" questions are arising. David W. Greenman, recently named district geologist in charge of the United States Geological Survey Cooperative, replaced Paul B. Jones Mr Jones, alter three years in charge of the State program, accepted a position in India as an advisor to the Government there in a two-fold task. How Much Water? Some notes on the appointment and the groundwater supply are reproduced from a recent issue of "Internal Affairs," monthly bulletin of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. "We have been discussing ways in which water occurs in the earth, and ways to get it out for use. The question then arises, water supply being depleted? how much wa...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955

PLETE COM FEEDING PROGRAMS for d LIVESTOCK POULTRY an and Bushong feeding programs and Green Pastures livestock And here's why these fine Miller based on Early-Bird poultry feeds feeds-are best for you. Finest Feed Ingredients Miller their formula feeds for both poultry the finest ingredients available essential vitamins,-proteins and formance m :r and Bushong guarantees that ry and livestock are blended from ingredients that are high in the minerals to assure top feed per- < Local Experimental Farms Under the direction of Ralph Holder. Director of Research and Nutrition, Miller and Bushong maintains experimental farms to test and prove the performance of Early-Bird poultry feeds under local growing conditions Being blended to fit local conditions, it's no wonder that Early-Bird poultry feeds outperform all others and means top profit to you! And this continuing research and experimentation in the field of poultry nutrition is important to you, bec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

$43 Top Scored in Feeder Calf Sale At Lancaster "Sold'! for $43 per hundred! Abe Diffenbach_'s hammer rang down on the auctioneer's diock at the Lancaster Stock Yards Saturday afternoon to set a new high mark, to close the fust sale ot the day m- the first annual all-Pennsylvania _Boeder Call bale Five hundred people crowded the stands when the feeders were brought in, individuals tirst, men gioups When the final results were toted up, 379 head totaled $38,595 37, weighing a giana total of 168,965 lbs, ranging trom *<«> to $43, averaging $22.8b cwt. - " Produced in Pennsylvania Produced on Pennsylvania farms, the _consignmeni was rounded up by the Pennsylvania Livestock and Allied Association, Inc, and the Lancaster Live mock Exchange. Fancy calves that were on a par with those shown m the Chicago Feeder Calf Show went on the block, calves of championship calibre. Leon Leighton, Jr, Harnsburg, president oi _fLAlA, said more than 20 consignors were represented T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Girls lake Top Honors in Beef j District Show White Steer Wins Shirley Longenecker, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs S H. Longenecker, Lititz RD 2, won the Shorthorn division with a beautiful white steer. Mickey, the reserve champion was shown by Marian Hackman Elizabethtown RD 3. This was the 13th annual Southeast District i-H Baby Beef Show, v_»ith 284 animals from 10 counties judges. Judges were T. L. Merritt, Ohio State University; Boyd Whittle, University of Maryland; ?nd Thomas King, the Pennsyl¬ vania State University. John M. Hoober, _president of the Lancaster Live Stock Exchange, was in charge of arrangements, with the show managed by Henry T. Moon, Mr King, Jay Nissley, Ralph Kntz, Joseph Way, Mark Bucher and County Agent M M Smith. Number of baby beeves by counties were. Adams, 15; Berks, 36; Chester, 4; Cumberland, 19; Dauphm, 21; Lancaster, 99; Lebanon, 18; Northampton, 26; Perry, 12; and York, 34 By breeds there were 139 Aberdeen-Angus, 130 Hereford, and 15 Shortho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Mrs JNoltJNew President of WFarm omen Mrs E Robert Nolt, Lancaster Rl, has moVed up irom vice president to president ot the Lancaster County Society ot Farm Women, replac ng tormer president, Mrs. Milton Eberly ot Society 6 near Elizabetntown. Mrs Nolt is a member ot Farm Society 4 Around 300 women attended the annual meeting Saturday m Moose Hall at Lancaster Others elected are Mrs * Elam Buckwalter, Society 10. first vice presidont, Mrs Abram Weidman, Society 5, second vice president Officeis of the county in addition to these newly elected are. Mrs Kenneth Esheiman, secietary, and Mrs _PaurkrD, treasurer. Installing _officu was Mrs Charles Shnver, Waynesburg R3, state president, while the retiring president, presided. Mrs Florence Moran, guidance counselor from _Hjrnsourg, spoKe, and a memorial service for deceased members was offered by Society 3. The Farm Women's Chorus, directed by Mrs William Hostetter, Society 5, sang. A quartet from Society 19 provided music A harp ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Hogs _Slump to 13-Year Low In Chicago Hogs Wednesday slumped to the lowest point since March 1942 on the Chicago market, the United States Department of Agriculture reported, with a top of $13.50. The market there was generally 25 to 50 cents lower on barrows and gilts, mostly around 25 lower on weignts under 220 lbs suitable for shipping orders Similar slumps were reported on other markets, _however Lancaster reported a $15 50 extieme the same day. Packers are reported buying heavily.. Chicago receipts were the largest for a Wednesday since Dec 1954. Average price of butcher hogs hit a new low since 1944 and topped at $13 50, lowest since March 1942 Good shopping demand prevailed Most mixed No 2 and 3 220-280 lbs barrows and gilts brought $12 75-13 00 Bulk mixed 180-220 lb_< $13 00 to $13 50, mainly $13 25 to $13 50 on kinds suitable for shipment carrying No 1 and 2 end Around 300 head mixed 1 and 2 at $13 50 and 14-head lot $13 60 Most sows weighing up to 600 lbs sold a...

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