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

STRAIN CRQSS * BETTER CHICK HVEABiLITY * EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE * CHALK WHITE EGGS * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION * LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania - U. S. Approved Pullorum- Typhoid Clean WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IN YOUR AREA Poultry p Breeding _f _31111 EPHRATA. PA. Keystone 43 Old Mill Road PHONES: Hatchery 37611 - Farm 3-6179

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

New York Mutual Your MONY ADVISOR MONY to*_£ "MONY" P_>, " " EMPLOYEE j«E_^ BENEFIT PUNS SAVING PLANS Robert H. Phillips NEW 'MONY" TMT POLICY OFFERS YOU 10,000 of Life Insurance for a tew cents a day Ideal for a family man, for a temporary business risk, and young farmers. FOR FREE LITERATURE WRITE OR CALL 53 W. Main St. Mountville Pa. Phone: 59695 53 N. Duke St Lancaster Pa. Phone: 4-6062 MUTUAL OF NEW YORK

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Farm Show Will Open on Monday, And Close Friday Hatchery Here Belgian's Host In County Tour HARRIS BURG — Pennsylvania's massive Farm Show building echoed "today to the sound of hammers, saws and shouts of exhibit builders as they pushed last minute preparations for opening of the 40th annual state agricultural exposition at 8 o'clock next Monday mornnig. 'Glistening new paint of farm machines being placed for the January 9-13 classic contrasted with the neatly straw-bedded stalls and pens that are ready to receive a record-breaking display of horses, dairy and beef cattle, swine,'sheep and lambs. First Livestock Arrives First arrivals of livestock were reported today and more than 2,000 head will be m place by Sunday, together with nearly 4,000 birds in the poultry department, making it. one of the largest poultry- shows in the eastern United States The nearly 14 acres under roof will he closed to visitors on Sunday, permitting exhibitors to complete their displays in time ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Keystone Farmer Degrees Given 9 County Students _ Nine Lancaster County vocational agriculture students are among 244 named m Pennsylvania to receive the Keystone Degree of the Future Farmers of America during the Pennsylvania State Farm Show next week. Of the nine, four are students of Jack Owen at Solanco High School, Quarryville, four are fom Myers Honored George W. Myers, Lampeter-Strasburg High School vocational agriculture instructor, will receive the honorary Keystone Farmer degree at the State Farm Show in Harrisburg next week. Instructor at Lampeter-Strasburg six years, he resides at Rl Willow Street. Twenty-eight of his vo-ag students will have received the American Farmer Degree, and one, J. Mowrey Frey, Jr., was Pennsylvania Star Farmer in 1952. classes of George W- Myers' Lampeter- Strasburg High School, one ' frowfttanfaeinr Central-High School under Joseph McGahen. In ceremonies Wednesday Jan- 11, the farm boys will receive the degree of "Keystone Farmer," h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Egg Role Tops In Breakfast Hailing Month By LF Staff Reporter Lancaster County's annual $26-million egg production was heralded Wednesday morning in an Egg Breakfast at Hotel Brunswick, Lancaster, launching "January — Egg Month" locally. Thirty-six guests _breakfasted on eggs — boiled, poached, scrambled, sunnyside up, over, with orahgegg as a starter, potatoes hash-browned with eggs, rolls, coffee and bacon. Center Drive to Open At the breakfast, it was announced signs will be erected next Saturday at the site of the proposed new Lancaster Poultry Center, and the campaign. for funds put into high gear- In the Dec 31, 1955 report of contributions and pledges it was shown (participants have already guaranteed $4,330.36 EarlTleeves of Miller. & Bushong saw that the eggs were gathered Tuesday, assuring perfect freshness, while the kitchen staff of the Brunswick insured perfection in cookery. City Issues Proclamation Levi Brubaker_._j, president-- (A the Lancaster Poultr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Winter Drought Prevails Here And In Midwest By LF Staff Reporter Talk of a midwinter drouth seems unreasonable, but such happens to be. the case in many parts of the country as well as m Lancaster ""County. "We had but .16 of an inch of rain all during December," one St Louis resident told this weekend, while m southwestern Iowa the story was much the same There farmers are frankly worried. Not only were there cars parked on the streets of one Iowa county seat Saturday afternoon, but there were trucks loaded with cans for hauling water. It's dry in Lancaster County too, with Ephrata's Weather Station recording but .23 of an inch in December. As far as the records go — back to 1896 — that was the driest December on rec¬ ord. ¦Midwestern weather was balmy with a snappy chill at night during the New Year's weekend, while here temperatures ranged down to 20 degrees and below-Traffic was tangled in Lancaster late Thursday afternoon and early evening of last week by freezing sleet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Lancaster Farming ... Egg Market Basket - January" —-Egg -Montfc —— has_* special- -of eggs-annually for the eastVmarket-bas.--., significance fpr Lancaster County and Lan_^ ket. Here is symmetry in a symbol of one caster Farming.,One of the top "crops," of the outstanding figures Lancaster-Counthe County supplies millions upon millions ty marks up annually agriculturally.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Price Average In Tuesday's Poultry 22.25 Hjanteaster Poultry _Exchange (iRolhrersbown, Pa, - ©ales _Repon - Sale #113 , Tuesday, Jan. 3,1956) Eleven lots _totatos 19_. 45C im&s sold in Tuesday's _suctiMMi here at prices raoiging fnem 21_'54 to 23 icents, averaging 22-25 on nine lots totiataig 18,950 tared ers. One lot, 400 heavy fowl, sold at 26 cents, and one lot of 100 heavy (cockerels _brought '22%. ¦Fifteen lots of 46,150 birds were listed, 41,650 offered Tuesday. Report of Sales -Sales by seller and 1 grower, _lannciunit and breed, _aee by weeks and d_'ays, buyer and _nnice, follow. Paul Krelder, 200 Wihite Cross, 13 weeks to Roy E. Ream, 22%; Mar-Oiin H. _Mummiau, two lots. 2500 Red _Vaffltress _Caicettss, 13 weeks, mo sale, 22 bid, and 2700 Florin Special Capettes_, 13 weeks, no bale,., 21 bid; PhaL' ip F. Foster, 10,000 White Vantress. 10 weeks, no sale, 22% Ibid; Aberdeen MiMs-Heifbent Miller, 3000 'Red Vantress, 10 weeksj to PennsiyJvania Duitoh Farms, 22; ga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Barrows, Gilts Mostly Steady, Top at $13.50 LANCASTER WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY REVIEW By David S. Lorenson, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau Oattle; 2361 week ago 223*. Compared iwitlh last Wednesday. slaughter steers 1200 lbs and ttigMer fully steady, _weiHhts over 1200 lbs slow, _albouit steady, some weakness en commercial to low .choice averaging 1300 lbs and over. _Hefifers in small supply, mostly _steady. * Cows ~ _active around 25c h'l'gjh&r, bulls mositfly 50c biglh'er Sitdckers and _feeders slow, around 25c lower. Receipts comprised around 55 per cent stocker and feeder steers and 12 per cent cows Bulk dhoice fed steetfs 975-1250 lbs S19.50-21.50, a few loads high choice and low prime 1019-1200 lbs $2175-22.25. Load prime 1230-lib steers $22.75-Good steers langeiiy $17.50-18.50 , some commercial $15.00-17 00. YOUNG FUNERAL SERVICE Funeral services for Arthur S Young, pioneer Lancaster County implement dealer, at Kinzers_, were Friday afternoon. He passed away T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Poultry Sales Gain Sharply Over Dec. 1954 For December 1955, marketings of poultry _x at the Lancaster Poultry Exchange exceeded the corresponding month a year earlier by 182,470 birds, according to figures just released by the Exchange There were 10 sales in December 1955 r compared to seven _^. December 1954. Here are comparisons: (Date indicates day week ended, first figure total birds sold, second figure average price). Dec. 4, 1954 84,800 20.50 Dec. 11, 1954 116,550 19.15 Dec. 18, 1954 40,075 18-80 Dec. _^ 25, 1954 Holiday Jan- 1, 1955 14,900 125.08 Total 256,325 Dec 3, 1955 164,315 - 21.29 Dec 10, 1955 132,225 19.35 DecL-17, 1955 39,425 19.25 Dec. 24, 1955 30,250 19.00 Dec. 31, 1955 72,580 22.68 Total 438,795 22.68 Average Made Thursday At Rohrerstown LanWadter Pouitry " Exe'- _ianige (RoShreratown) (Sales _Rcipoatf, Sale #lil2, ¦Tlhursday, Dec 29; 1955) — Seventeen Ws of 44,750 binds averaged 22.68 _xf or 9 to 13-week broilers in a range of 22 to 25% cents here Thu'rs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Tobacco Market Quotas Approved; Vote "No" Here Lancaster County tobacco producers emphatically — eight tc one — rejected marketing quotas and price supports for, the sixth year in a row last week. Th« final tally, for controls, 194, against, 1,476-The, vote by Pennsylvania cigar-filler tobacco marks the third successive year since 1952 in which they have voted disapproval of quotas. Therefore, as provided by law, there will not be another referendum on this kind of tobacco for a 3-year period* regardless of the supply situation, unless at least 25 per cent of the growers petition the Secretary of Agriculture _toxhold a referendum. In the preliminary tabulation of 1880 vote*, 210 or 11-3 per cent approved quotas and 88.8 per cent disapproved." Dauphin county alone of the seven in Pennsylvania casting ballots voted in favor ' of controls three to two. Four eligible raters abstained. It is estimated only one-third of Lancaster 7 County's eligible producers voted. Last year 1,476 ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Used Tractor Specials Farmall F-20, $189.00 - Farmall "M" W-C AUis Chalmers (Crank) $245.00 "C" AUis Chalmers witkHyd. John Deere "B" with Cult. John Deere "A" UsedN. H. 75 and 77 Balers Massey-Harris HammeTmill New Holland Forage Harvester Dearborn Forage Harvester A-C All Crop Harvester Case 5' Cut Combine Meyer Hay Crusher with Mower Don't Forget to get that Baler, Tractor or Implement Checked or Overhauled NO W. Take advantage of our SPECIAL WINTER DISCOUNT. L. H. BRUBAKER 350 STRASBURG PIKE « Ph. Lane. 3-7607 _Strasborg 0V723O5 Lititiz 6-7766

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Altman's Super-A Feeds are timed-tested, scientifically balanced, vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in three modern plants. Compare our prices. 20 % jBlue Bird Dairy 2-85 Beet ' Pulp . 4.30 B Starter .. . 4.15 Grower ... . . 4.05 Broiler Ration . , . 4.70 Quality Egg Mash ... 3.95 Blue Bird All Mash .. 365 24% Yeast Egg Mash . .4-35 Fri. 8 to 5.30 Sat. 8 to 5 Super A Milk Replacer (25 lb. patl) ... 5 20 Calf Ration 4.90 Enriched Fitting Ration 3.30 20% Super A Dairy Feed 3.45 32% Dairy 4.20 16% Blue Bird Dairy 2-65 STORE HOURS : Mon. Thru Special discount on all chick orders thru January «H ALTMAN ' S CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H. WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harriiburg Ave. f hone Lane. 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

TRI-TOWN ELECTRIC CO GAS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES SALES AND SERVICE Leola, Pa. Phone 6-6661 "Open - Thurs. & Fri. "till 9"

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Local Couple Wed 55 Years Keystone Farmer Degrees Given 9 Mr. and Mrs. Phares M Habecker, of near Mechanic Grove, celebrated their recent 55th wedding anniversary Christmas. Day with an annual Christmas dinner at their home. Members of their immediate families who attended the affair were. Mrs. Marie Wagner, Loren, Russell, Darlene and Tommy, from Denton, Md; Mr and Mrs. H, Roy Grove, Philadelphia; Beulah M. Grove, Lebanon; Leah K. Meyer, Collegeville; and Sylvia A. Nicholas, at home. _^ Mr. and Mrs. Habecker were married Dec 8, 1900. (Continued from Page One) Hastings, Rl Kirkwood, and is a senior at Solanco. Richard is also a senior, the son of Mr. and Mrs John Hastings, Rl Kirfcwood Mr. Herr is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Grable Herr, R2 Quarryville, and was graduated last spring. Mr Ecklin, a senior, is the son of Mr and Mrs Luther Ecklin, Drumore. From Lampeter-Strasurg, Richard D Mylm is a senior, the son of Mr and Mrs. H- Robert Mylin, Rl Willow Street. Mr. Harnish, als...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Farm Show Will Open on Monday (Continued horn page one) place winners wil share a record $55,968 in cash premiums offered by the ) Farm Show Commission __ The 1956 Farm Show starts a new year for Pennsylvania agriculture and provides a display of agricultural _products, equipment and supplies never before _equaled m quantity or quality, according to Dr William 1 . Henrang, State Secretary of Agriculture who is steering the first show under this administration as chairman of the Farm Show Com¬ ' , "Farming for Freedom" Dedicated to the theme "Farming foi Freedom," the exposition is designed to inspire and instruct rural people "to the extent that they might be able to meet _^ more adequately those problems that are bound to- arise during the year ahead," he declared ~ "This Farm Show will be a revelation to farmers, consumeis, processors and distributors of Pennsylvania quality farm products," Secretary Henning added. "We regret that it was necessary to turn away more than 10...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Erie County's Health Bureau Approved by State HARRISBURG — A County Department of Health for Erie County, approved by voters there in a popular referendum last month by better than four-to-one, is expected to be in operation early in 1956. Dr Beiwyn F -Maittison, State Secretary of Health, expressed confidence that as a result of the vote "the people of Erie County will have better health services than heretofore, and thus eventually will have better health," and that~ other counties will follow suit As a result of this latest favorable vote, more than 4,379,000 Pennsylvanians will be served directly by their own county health departments, or other local health units. This is approximately 40% of the population of the State. Other counties served by local departments of health are: Philav _dejphia, Bucks, and Butler, while Pittsburgh has its own City Health Department. "County health departments intimately responsible to the local needs of the. county, and directed by compet...

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