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Baby Beeves in 4-H Classes Go On Sale Friday [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Baby Beeves in 4-H Classes Go On Sale Friday HARRISBURG — The 125 4-H baby beeves ithat paraded through the judging ring Thursday at the v Farm Show will go on the auction block there Friday afternoon They tip the scales at a total of 135 , 580 lbs — nearly 70 tons of beef on the hoof — when University . This was an average of 1085 lbs . They were judged Thursday by Byron Good , of Michigan _SJate State University Seventy of the steers are Angus , 45 Herefords , and 10 Shorthorn . Weighed in also were the 50 pens of lambs that complete th « 4-H livestock part of Ithe show . The lambs are of six breeds — Hampshire , Shropshire , Southdown , Dorset , Chevoit , and Suffolk- They tipped the scales at a total of 16 , 507 lbs In charge of the weighing in wtere E . G . Hamill , Hollidaysburg , county agent of Blair county , and Prof . Monroe J- Armes , _extension farm management specialist , the Pennsylvania State University . Henry Shields , weighmaster for Swift & Co ., Hamsb...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Ground Breaking Ceremonies Ground was broken Saturday morning change gather in front of the sign erected for the new Lancaster Poultry Center . at the proposed site at the intersection of Here meinbers of the Lancaster , Poultry Highway 230 Bypass and Roseville Road Association and the Lancaster Poultry Ex- _. _- ( Lancaster . Farming _Staff-Photon

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Broilers Off , _Thursday Top Paid Is 22 . 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Broilers Off , _Thursday Top Paid Is 22 . 5 Lancaster Poultry Exchange ( Rohrerstown ) ( Sales Report - Sale # 114 , Thursday , Jan . 5 , 1956 ) — Prices declined Thursday at the Lancaster Poultry Autetion with an average of 21-81 cents on 127 , 030 birds offered _. Fifty lots of 137 , 380 birds were listed , 49 lots of 134 , 880 offered _^ and 44 lots of 128 , 905 sold . Broiler offerings _included 127 , 030 birds in 42 lots , ranging from 19 % cents to 22 % , averaging 21-81 . One lot of 1800 Leghorn fowl sold at IT /* , and 75 Broad Breasted Bronze turkeys sold at 35 M . Twenty-two buyers were on _ifaand and the 22 % tap was paid _Ibj John Thomas , R 6 Lancaster , for 450 White Mountains , 11 weeks , two days old , consigned by John B . Seagrist , Bird-In-Hand Other sales iby seller and . grower , amount and breed , age by week and days , buyer and price , were : J . Harold Eby , 1500 Meatpackers . 9-6 , to Walter C . Mellinger , 21 ; _Shanaman , Inc . ( WmLewis ) , 3000 Wh ite C...

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Hogs Lower in Week ; Top $ 13 , Few at $ 13 . 25 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Hogs Lower in Week ; Top $ 13 , Few at $ 13 . 25 LANCASTER WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY REVIEW By _, David S . Lorenson , Reporter USDA Market News Bureau ( Wednesday to Wednesday Review ) - —Cattle : 3000 week ago 2361 _Compared with last Wednesday slaughter steers 1200 Jibs ( and lighter slow , mostly steady- ( Demand narrow for weights 1250 lbs and over , very slow , mostly 50 c lower , poor _-clearance Heifers moderately active , about steady , cows and ( bulls mostly -steady . Stackers and feeders slow , fully steady to strong . Around 40 jper cent of the supply stoekers _artd feeders and 12 _oer « ent cows . Bulk dboice fed steers 975-1250 fllbs $ 11950-21 . 50 , several loads high choice and prime 1094-1336 ljbs $ 22 00-22 50 , part _doad 10981 b prime steers $ 23 00 , load 1200 lbs prune $ 23 . 25 Seyeral loads good „ and choice 1087-1325-lb teers $ 18 00-20 00 Most good steers 1150 lbs and lighter $ 17-50-13 . 50 iSntne ctmmerciial $ 15 . 00VJ GO Good and choice heifers $ 16 00-2...

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Soil-Bank Plan Cuts Croplands [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Soil-Bank Plan Cuts Croplands 12 pc on Surplus WASHINGTON— A nine-point program that includes a billion _, dollar soil-bank plan reducing croplands about 12 per cent until ( farm surpluses are absorbed and farm prices advance again , has been presented _^ to President _Eisenhower by Secretary of Agr t - culture Ezra Taft Benson . Briefly , the nine points _~ are- 1 , soil bank to reduce present surpluses , prevent future surpluses ; 2 , expansion of surplus disposal , into Iron Curtain countries if necessary ; 3 , strengthened commodity programs ; 4 , dollar limits on price supports , 5 , rural development program ; 6 , greater aid to drouth-plagued Great Plains states ; 7 , 25 per cent increase in funds for research on new crops , new uses and markets ; 8 , agricultural credit program , and 9 , exempting farmers from 2-cent _* per-gallon federal gasoline tax for fuel used in farming operations The President asserted there is need for maximum speed to alter an economic situation m w...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Attendance at Farm Show Up ; Attendance at the Pennsylvania Farm Show turned upward at midweek , following Monday s storm which iced up highways all over the southern end of the state . Monday struck post-Wai low of 60 , 000 Tuesday attendance increased to 110 , 000 and prospects were expected to equal Wednesday through the balance of the show s run . Lancaster County farmers continued their Winning streaks , with 372 ribbon and premium awards in the first two days . Wednesday Irl A . Daffln s Warwick Farms alt Lititz scored grand championship m Shorthorn females on the heifer Warwick s Princess . Re _Serve senior bhampion female was another Lititz neighbor , Leon B- _Risser s Clayhills Crocus . Monday s storm almost paralyzed Lancaster County , and travel was / treacherous in all sections of the County , yelt that storm , and rains through Wednesday gave almost a quarter inch of badly needed moisture here . EGGS _Philadelphia Jan 11—Marfeet steady . Demand improved . Supplies of al...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

FOR SALE SCHRAMM _60-lb Air Compressor With Blade and Winch , also includ ing _breaker , Rock Drill , Hose and various other air tools . A . S . WINGER Gordonville , Pa - _Altmans Super-A Feeds are timed tested , scientifically balanced , vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in three modern plants . Compare our prices . Super A DogMeal 25 lb 2 . 05 Rabbit Pellets . 4 . 75 B Starter Meg . 4 . 25 Broiler Ration . . 4 . 70 Grower Crumbles 4 25 Blue Bird All Mash Egg 3 65 20 % Quality Egg Pellets 4 . 10 STORE HOURS : Mon . Thru 24 % , Yeast Egg Mash . 435 Horse Feed . . . 3 . 60 20 % Hog Feed . . 4 . 00 16 % Blue Bird Dairy . 2-65 20 % Blue Bird Dairy 2-85 Enriched Fitting Ration 3 . 30 Fine Chick Feed . . 4 70 Fri . 8 to 5 . 30 Sat . P « to 5 Special discount on all chick orders thru January ALTMANS CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H . WEAVER MANAGER 947 Harrisburg Ave . Phone Lane . 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10 c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more * BETTER CHICK LIVEAB 1 LITY * EARLY ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Used Tractor Specials Farmall F-20 , $ 189 . 00 Farmall M W-C Ailis _ Chalmers ( Crank ) $ 245 . 00 C Allis Chalmers withHyd . John Deere B with Cult . John Deere A UsedN . H . 75 and 11 Balers M assey-Har r is | Hammer mill New Holland Forage Harvester Dearborn Forage Harvester A-C All Crop Harvester Case 5 Cut Combine Meyer Hay Crusher with Mower Dont Forget to get that Baler , Tractor or Implement Checked or Overhauled NOW . Take advantage - of our SPECIAL WINTER DISCOUNT . L . H . BRUBAKER 350 STRASBURG PIKE Ph . Lane . 3-7607 Strasburg 0 Y 72305 Lititiz 6-7766

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

LOANS For anyFarm Purpose Made-the _farmer s Way _LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS N 39 E . _Cheitnut St . Lancaster , Pa . Ph . Lane . 3-3921 ,

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_ff&msytemihFarmShow Awards [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

_ff&msytemihFarmShow Awards _^ County Tobacco ( Cops 92 of 94 ( _Conltimued from _ipage one ) rata ; 4 , Frank Frederick , R 2 Denver . POULTRY : Gold medal for best exhibit of chicks in the Show to Hubbard Farms , Lancaster , Lancaster County , and _§ iiver medal for best individual . « xhibit : Pullorum Clean Section — Hubbard Farms . DRESSED TURKEYS Gold medal for champion turkey carcass in the 1956 Farm Show went to Harry Lamparter , _Mountville , Lancaster County . Silver medal tfor * Reserve Champion carcass was also won by Lamparter . The gold medal for the best display of dressed turkeys also was won by Lamparter . HOME ECONOMICS AWARDS Home Improvement Open Class Class 86 b , floor rug — - 1 , Ruth M Brenner , Manheim ; class 86 c , Floor rug sweepstakes , Ruth MBrenner ; class 87 b , Floor rug — wool , 4 , Mrs . William S . Longenecker , Mount Joy ; 5 , Mrs . Walter _G- Hawthorne , Bambridge ; Class 90 , Floor rug , cotton , 2 , Mrs . Allen B- Shearer , Manheim...

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Growers of Vegetables Meet Jan . 18 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Growers of Vegetables Meet Jan . 18 ( Problems of the _vegetable grower will be- discussed m an alldaiy meeting Wednesday Jam . 18 at dine _Goiernseiy ( Breeders Sales Pavilion on Lincoln Highway ( Route 30 ) five mite east of Lanicasteir at the Strasburg Pike _crossroaidi . Amos H- Funk . ( HI , MMersviUe , _iwtrti presadie at this parley of the ILaraealster County _Vegetable Growers , and Rev . _Joseph Ball , R 2 Litatz , will give the invocation Sessions _otien at 9 : 30 ajm . Farm Safety Film Farm Safety , a sound and color motion picture , will « how precautions to use in handling equipment around the home and on iflhe farm . At 10 am , Dr . _Kirfby , extension plant da _* sease specialist from the Pennsylvania State Unajversaty will _discuss . Inorea _* - m < _mg net profits- fiy ; controHing _vegetable diseases as arothracnose on tomatoes and beans , grey leaf Spot , early and late blight on tomatoes , root rot and _miosnac on ¦ peas and ; beans , downy mildew ¦ on...

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FFA Officers at Harrisburg Show Honor Parents [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

FFA Officers at Harrisburg Show Honor Parents HARRISBURG — State officers of the Future Farmers of America honored their parents Wednesday during , the mid-wint er FFA State meeting at the Farm- Show . Irt ceremonies during the farmboy ergamzatron s convention m the Forum of the Education _^ Building , the seven FFA State officers will confer the degree of _Honorary Keystone Farmer upon their fathers and will present to their mothers hand-en-grossed certificates as a token of appreciation _ffor the encouragement , cooperation , and assistance given her son , which contributed to his outstanding achievements m the Future Farmers of America . Receiving these honors are Mr . and Mrs . H- Leroy Welk , Strasburg , RD 1 , whose son , Robert , is FFA Stat _<» president ; Mr . and Mrs- Victor Cappuccui , Mehoopany , R Dl , whose son , Victor , is State vice president ; Mr . and Mis Harold M . Herr , Gettysburg , RD 5 , whose son , Richard , is State secretary ; Mr . and Mrs . Lew...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

_Tuesday _S&fe Of Broilers Scores 20 . 75 ( Lancaster Poultry Exchange ( Rohrerstown , Pa—Sales Report . ISale # 115 , Tuesday , Jan . 10 , 1955 )—Engnt lots totalling 13 , 250 birds sold in auction ihere Tuesiday at ipri _ ces ranging from 20 % to 21 % on 8350 , and 21 % on one Hot , 4900 caipettes . Eleven lots , a total 18 , 150 birds , were listed , ten lots df 116 , 25 a sold . For the corresponding sale a year ago , Tuesday , Jan . 11 , 1955 , ten lots of 34 ,- 800 birds were offered and sold m a range of 26 to 27 % . Sates Tuesday Iby seller and grower amount and breed , _^ age by weeks and days , buyer , and price follow Bber Hess , 3200 White Vantress , 13 wks , to Victor J . Koser , 20 % ; J . J Hess II ( Herbert Gilgore ) 1900 White Rooks , 9-2 withdrawn prior to sale ; MiMer & Bustiong ( John J . Lehman ) , two lots , lot one 1100 White Vantress Leghorns , 10 wtks , to Ray W Gabble , 21 % , and lot two 1050 White Vantress Leghorns , 10 wks , no sa...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

BELMONT 97 Per Cent Pure _Agricultural Limestone SOIL TESTING SERVICE CALL _DAYID B . JOHNS Overland 7-3301 W enger & Sensenig Co Phone Gap 45 R 21 _JtD 1 , Paradise , Ta 7 BIG EXTRAS Make The Difference FARM BUREAU Energized STARTING & GROWING MASH ( Pellets , too ) Skyrockets Chicks to Early Production It s energized with stabilized animal fat and fortified , with Vitamin B-12 and antibiotics for greater livability , speedier growth and high feed efficiency . Farm Bureau Starting & Growing Mash completely supplies every growth requirement plus furnishing EXTRAS thait build em into top egg producers later . Extras * in Every Bag ! 47 % Extra Calcium 62 % Extra Riboflavin 152 % Extra Vitamin D Vitamin A Chicks Get These 7 Big 9 % Extra Protein V \ 2 % Extra Manganese 43 % Extra Phosphorus 200 % Extra Save Time — Labor — Dollars with Bulk Delivery Place Your Order Today Lancaster County FARM BUREAU Cooperative Association Dillerville Road — New Hol...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Parts and Service Headquarters for OLIVER—FERGUSON Farm Equipment CMC Trucks See The Hershey Trans planter For Your Spring _Planting N . G , Hershey and Son MANHEIM . PA 24-Hour Service on— 1956 DriversLicenses EDWARD G . WILSON Notary Public 16 S . 1 ime St . Lancaster . Pa Authorized _dealer FOR Massey Harris . Ferguson New Holland Briilion Terramatic Barn Cleaners and Othei Lines . CHECK OUR BUYS IN USED _EQUIPMENT Serving Chester County and _Southern Lancaster County Over 16 Years Now Is The Time To Have That Baler , Tractor or Com bine Reconditioned by Factory Trained Personnel GENUINE REPAIR PARTS & SERVICE S . G . LEWIS & SON West Grove , Pa . Phone West Grove 2214 Or Kirkwood 32 R 4 For Your Local Representive

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

OUTLOOK FOR 1956 What s ahead for 1956 farm-wise ? Here are a few quotations from the Corn Belt Farm Dailies which indicate the way things may turn this year : This year will see meat production in the United States rise to a new all-time peak , even above the 27 billion pounds produced in 1955 . Yet , in the opinion of many leaders in the industry , the nation s meat buying power will not be subjected to the severe test of the past year , because there will be less meat available per person than in 1955 . _Prognosticators searching into the future , a cloudy view at best , see cattlemen getting a little better return for their efforts than in 1955 , and a better price for hogs in most of 1956 than was the case much of the past fall atfd this winter . Sheepmen will do better on less volume , they believe . Here is a summary of some of the other factors in the Corn Belt Farm Dailies outlook : ; Poultry was a heavy competitor of meat most of the year , and is expected to continue to v...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

How to Repent Lesson for January 15 , 1956 /~> NCE upon a time , so the story _^•^ goes , there was a young man who had just come to a church as their preacher . He was barely out of the seminaty , and his notebooks and his head were well filled . -He started out one Sunday morning with a sermon on Kepentance . He analyzed the mean ¬ ing of the word , through Scripture , it theologically and psychologically , —in _short , he laid down the Doctrine of Repentance , as he had been taught it . When he sat down , an old minister in the congregation got to his feet and up to the pulpit he traced it he examined Dr - Foreman as fast as he could make it . Young man , h « said , you quit just before you got to the point . You _tofci these people what repentance is : now stand up there and tell em to repent ! Substitutes for Rtptntanc * So , nothing in this column should be taken to mean that knowing what repentance is , can be • _ substitute for repenting . Knowing what fishing is ...

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