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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Used Freezers Used Refrigerators D. L. DIEM & SONS PHONE 6-2131 LITITZ, PA

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Classified Advertising FARMS FOR SALE FARM and HOME _ownerw, if you are thinking of selling, no nutter where located, better write or call _Hauenstein, Lincoln, (_JQpibr rata 3-2448) Special buyers want _ducken and turkey farms. FOR SALE You can use !1SSTERON BRUSH KILLER now for _control of woody «nd _herbaceous plttnts in _pastures fiance rows and along ditch banks. 1 'gallon $8.96 1 quart ' 3.71 Ask your dealer or J. C Eferiicb Co 736 E. Chestnut St Lancaster, Pa. Free delivery _anywhere in Lancaster CouMtty. * SALSBHRY'5 AY3TAB tonic •booster &>r- poultry all _drugs, \no afttibioties, 40-80c in 100 mash. for week or less. See your Dr _Salsllbaury dealer. LOGAN CHIOBS SEN© FOR catalog on both broiler strains and also Sex Links, Leghorns; R. 1 Reds. Truck delivery. L. I* Logan, Kennett Square, Pa- !• ) / . \ y ul County Session For Vegetable Growers Arrangements for the contywide meeting Jan. 18 were outlined by the general committee of ¦the _iLawcaislter Gouwty...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

LANCASTER COUNTY Sales Dates Dfcembcr (Dec 28 — Olaia R. IVomfoadt Rt 999 (Blue Rock Rd., 2 mi. «vest of _MiillersvUle),-39_%-aiew farm_; 2%-story faricik bouse (2-faonjily arrain!geini_<ent), bank foam _fchfe&en house, tooig sty. _igaraige_, 1:30 p. m. 29 —• Benj. K. and Anna Mary Stoltzfus, nontib of Rt. 23 at Maxwril Hill stone Quarry, Caernarvon Twp., 2 farm _ipTOioerties (_finst 1:30 ». m-, second 2:30 _p. m. 31 — _Iilaaic K. 'BeileT, mile south of Bt. 23 (Oaiprnarvon _Twp.. Berks County), 2 mi east of Mongantown, 110-aicre larm, istone ibldlgs., running water. 2 P m. JANUARY Jan. 7 — Jdta E. _Snyder, midway between New Holland and Hirifeietawn. real estate and personal iproperty, 1 _s>- m. _Reuther says '56 will return government to people. The White House Conference on Education ended a four-day meeting with a call for Federal Classified Advertising Rates Use This _HandyjChart To Figure Your Cost Words (1) Issue (3)Issues 20 (Mm.) $1.00 $2.40 21 l;03 2...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

( , U >?f! _*i_, t UJ13SA- _mfa "r 7 -> r L' 'A' 1 ' ' _?_% Mail Box Market FOR iSAUE— jI large crocheted table <iloth like new. Call B-U 4-4832. Mrs. J. C. Harner Holtwood Pa. R2. FOR _ISAILE.—-Lift (plows for _FaitaiaTl (_BiN) Tractor 16"-2-way plows like new. Phone 85R51 Gap Pa. F- Hoffmeder _AD2-FOR iSAUE.-4BW!i'l quick Botusserie. Guaranteed like new. (¦Need _Jwnilbo Size) $26 (save $12) ' Mrs. Elwood _BJcJoiell Ox-Ifond _^72- - FOB _REiNT.—One half of house -for irent in _iSoutihertn Lancaster County Village. Elderly couple preferred. Pfhon* 'Raiwlinsv_^lle BUtler 4-4362. Izvestia, official Soviet newspaper, said release of the remainder of German war prisoners would hang upon repatriation of more, than 100,000 Soviet nationals now in West Germany. . One-fouth of the entire year's year the nation's total output of iretail sales will ibe /transacted goods and services may nudge the during the month of December, $400 billion a year mark for the according...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

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Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

USD A Secretary Announces Decision On New York-New Jersey Milk Plans WASHINGTON — Secretary of Agriculture Benson Dec- 15 issues _un invitation for the submission of proposals foi new or revised regulation of the handling of milk in the New York-New Jeisey 'area and set forth certain punciples to which any proposals _submtited should confoim Jan 16, 1956 was fixed as the date by which the proposals are to be filed The action taken Dec 15 follows a series of public meetings held during recent months relating to maiketing problems m the New York-New Jersey area and invites the submission of proposals either (1) for a .single order to regulate all of the milk supply for the present New York marketing area plus additional nearby territory including Northern New Jersey, or (2) for one or imore separate new orders, provided that in either case, adequate _provision is made in. such proposals to (a) insure that producers under either form of regulation carry the surplus associated w...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

General Nature of Precipitation BUSINESS SCHOOLS The nation's business "schools are expected to double their enrollment in the next fifteen years, according to Dr Thomas L- Norton, new dean of the N. Y. University School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance. Business colleges and _graduate schools had igrown from a few thousand students _m 1910 to about 300,000 today and, by 1970, enrollment is expected to total 600,000 This chart shows- the general nature of an analysis of many years of record at the total precipitation which fell" during the many stations. Like temperature classes, the preceding 30 days. Precipitation is express- numerical ranges, varying from place to ed in three classes: light, moderate, and place and month to month, are given on heavy, and the precipitation amounts which page 4 of the Outlook issued one month ago. determine these classes are obtained from _s_^T'""' 5"" " _&***" * _n _-*_tov*i?&i& * " » "'V«5r"S**r " 'V

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

-—-Groff s Hardware INVENTORY _-_^ TOTS MANY ITEMS X PRICE Sale Starts Dec 27 Closed Dec. 26 GROFFS HARDWARE So. Railroad Ave., Phone 4-0851 S S New Holland _^ ~ ' ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦_ri

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Crop Production This Year Second Largest for U. S. WASHINGTON — Crop productnr for the year now drawing to a close will be the second largest on record, and livestock production will strike an alltime lecord, figures from the United States Department of Agriculture indicate. Production of crops fell just six-tenths of one per cent below the 1948 record. At that time the crop index was 106 per cent of the 1947-1949' average, but totalling the 1955 livestock and crop indexes, the total figure for the year is expected to be at leas| 111- per cent Corn Crop Close In 1955, the United States produced 3,184,836,000 bu of corn, just slightly under the November forecast of 3,182,870,000, and wheat is figured at 938,159,000 bu Production in 1954 for corn was 3,010,248,000 bu, the 1944-1953 average 3,080,115,000. However, acreage harvested for corn in 1955 fell 5,400,000 acres to 333 million for the year. Winter wheat acreage was off 5% million, spring wheat 1.6 mil¬ lion, cotton 2.4 m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Arthur S_, Young Farm Equipment Dealer. 66, Dies Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at 1:30 for-Arthur S Young, 66, pioneer-Lancaster County farm equipment dealer from Kmzers, president and organizer of the Rough and Tumble Engineers' - Historical Association-Mr. Young, highly" respected throughout the country and Nationally known for his outstanding collection of steam traction engines, died at his desk Tuesday morning. He was active as a member of and a counsellor to the industry, and just recently was' one of the guests of honor at the Christmas Party of the Lancaster County F_2rm Equip¬ ment dealers. t Organized Steam Fraternity Starting in the farm implement business in 1916, he established the Arthur S Young Co in 1921. He was secretary treasurer of the Pennsylvania Farm- Equipment Dealers 16 years, and was currently treasurer of the County association-In 1949 Mr. Young organized the Rough and Tumble .group, and hi<s , collection of old__steanh ers along ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Co-Founder of Landis Valley Museum Dies Henry K. Landis, 90," co-founder of Lancaster County's famed Farm Museum, died Tuesday night in a Lancaster hospital. With his brother, George DLandis, who died Dec. 6, 1954 at 87, he was renowned for his collection of items on early Pennsylvania and Lancaster County cultural background. Starting by collecting guns and antiques, the brothers built up a collection that has developed into one of the finest farm relic displays in the nation. More than 50 years ago the two_, opened their home as a farm museum, and from this start the Landis Valley Museum took form. Later the Commonwealth took control of the Museum, and the two brothers life-time curators. Both brothers won high recognition, one citation being from the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society for "being outstanding preservers of that which is originally Pennsylvania German m this area " The two were engineering graduates of Lehigh University and at one time Henry was professor ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Meat Output in 1955 at Record; More Next Year __ Meat output in 1955 soared to a new record volume, and even more is expected for 1956, J Morrell Foster, Chairman of the (Board of the American Meat Institute, said today He also is Vice President of Merchandising and Procurement of John Morrell & Co, Ottumwa,Jowa. In a year-end summary the Chairman of the meat packing trade association said the country had. done a remarkable job of producing an estimated 268 billion lbs of meat. _< - "Even more remarkable." he added, "is the fact that the consuming public ate this tremendous production and thus cleared the way for the even bigger 27.2 billion lbs predicted _foi 1956, with no heavy stocks hanging over the market as in so many other farm commodities." Near 161 Lbs Per Person Foster attributed the nation's ability to consume an estimated 161 lbs of meat per person to continued high _employment, high personal income, a growing population, and a high appreciation of m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Forecasts $4.18 For December's Farm Milk Price NEW YORK — A uniform price of $418 per hundredweight (46.5 quarts) for milk deliveries to approved "plants during December, was forecast today by Dr. A J- Pollard, Acting Market Administrator of the New York metropolitan milk marketing area. The actual price for December, 1954, was $4 39 per hundredweight Dr Pollard also estimated that the producer butterfat differential for the month would be 5-4 cents for each tenth of a lb of fat above or below the standard 3.5 per cent. The estimated price of $418 is based upon an expected total December production of 620 million lbs That would mean that each of the 48.800 dairy farmers expected to participate in the pool would have an average daily production of 410 lbs Handlers must submit reports oif the use made of their mlik receipts for December not later than January 10.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

January _ Egg Month January is National Egg Month, and here i eggs — valued at $11,951,975. Lancaster is a small" fraction- of Lancaster _bounty's County- events heralding January — Egg contribution to the multi-million dollar in* Month — include a breakfast Wednesday dustry. In 1954 Lancaster County market- morning, Jan. 4, and the Second Annual ed 30,200,192 dozen eggs — or 362,402,304 J Poultry Exchange Meeting Jan. 17.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Queen Dairy Resumes Deliveries in County Queen Dairy, Lancaster, has resumed regular delivery of milk to all customers following a Dec. 6-23 voluntary shutdown after an* outbreak of paratyphoid in the county. "Samples of each lot of milk processed on Wednesday, Dec 21, at the Queen Dairy have been found to be free of harmful organisms and safe for human consumption," the State Inspection Team reported. Dr Oscar Davis, county medical director, and Elwood F. Schaffer, advanced sanitarian, of the State Department of Agriculture, signed the order

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