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

BELMONT 97 Per Cent Pure Agricultural Limestone SOIL TESTING SERVICE CALL DAVID R JOHNS Overland 7-3301 Wenger & Sensenig Co Phone Gap 45R21 RD 1, Paradise, Pa

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

Wavne arid Manor Feeds COAL FERTILIZER and HARDWARE Millersville Supply CO. 17 S. George St. Ph. Millersville 8221

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

Two Vegetable Diseases Controlled With Streptomycin, USDA Reports Two more diseases _important Ito vegetable growers—downy oi lima beans and late blight mildew of tomatoes— have been controlled experimentally with antibiotic spays, the U. S. Department oi Agriculture reports. Equally significant is the fact, revealed by USDA research on antibiotics for plants, that better control of the downy-mildew fungus was obtained with crude forms of streptomycin (the antibiotic used) than with pure forms. Department scientists also found that addition of copper to the antibiotic sprays gave effective disease control with very' low dosages of antibiotic-Meeting in Atlanta These discoveries are the result of research by W- J- Zaumeyer,, S- P. Doohttle and R. E. Wester-at the USDA Plant Industry Station, -Beltsville, Md-They extend the list of recent research successes in using antibiotics against plant diseases and constitute a further important step toward more extensive use of antibiot...

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

_^ _^ Outlook for January 1956 The Weather Bureau's 30-day outlook for tu-res in the Southern Rockies. January calls for temperatures to average Precipitation is expected to be near or below seasonal normals in the eastern third above normal in the Southwest and along of the nation. Above normal temperatures the West Coast. In the remainder of the are indicated from the Mississippi west- -country generally subnormal amounts are ward to the Pacific with greatest depar- predicted.

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

JUST DEPENDS A man was on his way to visit iome friends during summer va_> cation. The way led through a Swamp"Say," he asked, "is it true that an alligator won't hurt you if you carry a torch?" The guide thought a moment. "Depends on' how fast you carry It, I reckon." DONE ENOUGHElmer, aged 13, was puzzled over the girl problem arfd discussed it with his pal Joe. "I've walked to school with her three times," he told Joe, "and carried her books. I bought her •n ice-cream soda twice. Now, do you think I ought to kiss her?" "Now, you don't need to," Joe decided after a moment of deep thought. "You have done enoilgh for that girl already." WHERE LOVE WAS STRONG "Don't you think Egbert is of a _tery flighty disposition?" "Why, no, he'll never forget his first and only love." "So, h,e's been seriously enamored- What was it?" "Himself."

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

'_£ r when you Laws demand safe-driving—but the driver on courtesy which helps assure it must has been . come from you — the driver. Obedi- : Too often it's too late _^ spot the discourteous c the highway. The damage done ... or is about to be or the danger has passed until you meet again. done . . at -least ence to traffic regulations, common sense and considerate behavior stamp you as a safe, courteous driver. Every year, more than three quarters of all traffic _fatalities involve traffic Lack of driver courtesy As'you drive ... be courteous—it's heavily to those deaths. contagious . . . and safe. violations_, contributes Drive to stay alive _• This message in the interest of highway safety is one of a series prepared and disseminated by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers ' Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA \ .

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

Winter Chills Check Growth Of U. S. Crops " WASHINGTON — Winter temperatures were much colder than usual over the eastern two-thirds of the country and the far Northwest in the week ended Dec 19, which kept small grains, dormant in nearly all-areas and permitted little growth even in the more southern districts The government also- reported in its weekly weather and crop bulletin that small grains which generally lack' protective snow cover east of the Rockies suffered some damage from low temperatures Most grain fields were covered with snow from middle portions of Washington and Oregon eastward over the northern Kocky mountains and northern interior areas as far south as extreme northern Kansas, central Iowa, the more northern portions of Illinois, Indiana and' Ohio, most of New York, northern and mid¬ dle N .ew England, northern Pennsylvania and a few middle Appalachian areas. Heavy rams in the northern and middle Pacific Coast area, light to mostly moderate snow inland o...

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

Spread Between Farm Price and Consumers Wide Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Ta'ft Benson has released entidilates of the ' _.tsreaid l)e*i*een prices faimers got and pr ces consumers r'nd for a" number of major food items in November This was a folicivv-vjo c.n his December 11 expression of concern over raim'g foiod _mHrketins co ts-Relail food -mce> hi November, published Dec- 21 by the U- S Department of Labor, were less than 2 per cent below November last year. During that interval, farmers, had taken a 10 per cent reduction in their prices. Marketing and handling charges increased 5 per cent during the _saeae time, according to estimates made by the Department of Agriculture Farmers are now getting only 39 cents out of every dollar spent for iood in the retail store, which is the smallest share since 1940- Thus compares with a peak of 53 cents in _J_0t5 and 42 cents in November 1954 Pork, Beef Stand Out Pork ana beef stand' out as commodities for which " marketing ...

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

Brucellosis Top Subject in Three Regional Meets ¦Qhianges in the _dates of three regional meetings scheduled in Febi|_iary by the U. Z _^ Department of Agriculture's 5-man advisory group on brucellosis eradication were announced today by the Department- Three other meetings scheduled by the group during January will be held as onginally planned The February meetings, to be in New York, Atlanta, and Chicago_, were rescheduled to avoid conflicts with other meetings and to make attendance easier for a number of interested groups, Department officials said. The revised schedule for all six of the regional meetings is as follows: Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 23; Fort Worth, Texas, Jan 25; Omaha, Neb. Jan. 27; New York, N. Y, Feb 13; Atlanta, Ga, Feb. 15, and Chicago, 111, Felb. 17. (The February meetings Were _amgifnalfliy scheduled one iweek earlier, in each ease, tfean the dates shioiwn-) State and national or.«awizatw>ns affected toy tfhe bru'cetllosis _oragnaim will (be _n...

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

OUT OF THIS WdRLD—That's the _astronomical surplus storage problem which these hugei cone-shaped tents are designed to help alleviate. Each holding nearly a million bushels of wheat, they're being erected near St. Joseph, Mo., turning the landscape into something resembling ao artist's conception' of a space colony on a distant planet. Stages in erection are shown, counter* clockwise, beginning with second installation _fronv lower right-hand corner. 1—Steel mast is lo _^ cated at center of what will become a storage tent. 2—Tent, partially filled from top by means or conveyor system, begins to rise.', 3—Tent, almost full, will soon be sealed. " ¦«' .

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

this cut um w down SIZQ * _^ Only $279.50 McCULLOCH Model 47 CHAIN SAW Makes «ny woodcutting job _etsi_«rand faster. It's a one-iran saw for professional logging, pulp cutting, tree surgery; for farm and ranch jobs like construction and _clearinf land. Model 47 is light weight, operates full power in any position. Six models, gasoline powered, with Wades W'to 36". ^^_agfe _^ Come in and see it, try diiiSiiijji It, buy it. It'll save you llii 11 timi_, makt you money. >|j|| _pp Tiff ACT Saw an_* _Kaife ITl/io 1 Service 605 Marietta Ave. Lancaster Ph. 24291

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

Wolgemuth Bros., Inc FOR POULTRY & LIVESTOCK Florin Pennsylvania Phones: Mount Joy 3-9551 & 3-8311

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

THE NEW LINCOLN WELDER WELDANTOWER COMBINATION • 200 AMP Welder • 4 KVA Stand by AC Power Unit used Lincoln Welders. AUTHORIZED LINCOLN WELDER DEALER HIESTAND INC. Marietta 6-9301 " For Easy Welding and Emergency Power. Also New and

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

STANLEY H BEJTER Auctioned Appraiser 1906 Willow SL Pike PH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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

Classified Advertising i;OR SALE You can use ESTERON BRUSH KILLER now for control of -woody and herbaceous plants in pasitares_. _feaice rows and along ditch_^baiuks. 1 gallon $8.96 1 quart 3-71 Ask your dealer or J. C Etoliich Co 736 E. Chestnut St. ' Lancaster, Pa ' Free idelivery anywhere m Lancaster County-FOR SALE Dairy equipment, Hydraulic Automatic barn cleaner, like new $295.00 Any number ot gutters, cooler, few Jamesway Stanchions, etc R ZIMMERMAN Near Center Church, ' East Earl 1, Pa FOR SALE Pure Bred Holstein Stock Bull. Rag Apple Breeding Phone Kirkwood 8 R 11, MADISON McELWAIN R. D. #1 Christiana, Pa. _Ghostley's __ White Leghorns—Americas leading R. O P. stain for larige wihite eggs and 'Domdnlant White Corn,'j(h-NeiW Hampshire Cross broiler " dhu-cks for fancy broilers. Noll' s Poultry Fanm, _Kleimfeltersville, Penna SALSBUiRY'S VACCINES REdlubed _NewcasiMe and (Bronchitis_^ Waiter ariptti'oafcon _%c See youo" Sail ibury dealer representative—<F. W. Fisfoe...

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

Youth Will Hold Limelight in 1956 State Farm Show _HATiBISBURG, — Names of 25 high _schools ¦wttclh tave qualified . to send _teaimis to *he 1958 Pennsylvania Fanm Sfoow for the annual oomiD'efcition in _vocational _aigntaulture 'deimonistraltions (have 'been been certified to _Ahie Fiairim Show 'Com'_mission toy H C. Fetterolf. chief of agriculture education in the _Depanilmient of Public Instruction. Competing teams he said, will foe Imiited to vocational _<agr cuilture iptip'iils and cannot exceed four members. In most oases _tealrrts will toe _comiDosed entirely of _mcimlbers of _itibe Outure Farmears of America. On the s_^age of the _Faran Show's auditorium _flhey will depict _Mfhirovetid methods of agriculture and fanm m _' _anagemient wiitlh demonstration topics _ramging frcra production and market n<% oaiu'lhrocims ito _cooperation of farmers, hunters, and t!he Game Commission The Farm Show _Camlmission is offering 5:300 in prizes to teams ¦placing firs...

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

Classified Advertising Rates Use This Handy Chart To Figure " Your Cost Words (1) Issue (3)Issues 20 (Min) $1.00 $2.40 21 4 1.05 2.52 22 * 1.10 2.64 23 1,15 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 _Advertising Dept., LANCASTER FARMING, Quairyville, Pa. Ads running 3 or more -consecutive times with no change billed \at 4c per word each time with 80c minimum. DEADLINE: _^ Wednesday morning of each week's publication. Positively no ads accepted after 10:00 a. m. Wednesdays. LANDIS RITES SATURDAY Funeral rites for Henry K. Landis, co-founder of the Landis Valley (Pennsylvania) Farm Museum, who died Tuesday of last week, were Friday from the Fred F. Groff, Inc. Funeral Home in Lancaster. Interment was in the Landis Valley JMennonite Cemetery. . " I

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

Mail Box Market •FOR SALE_~ 3 YORKSHIRE Shoats Approximate weight 125 -175 lbs. MANHEIM 5-3352 FOR SALE — One purebred Nubian buck, Vk years old; hornless, all spotted; also '28 Chevy coach, running condition, tires all new. — Charles H. Heller, Sunny Side, R4 Manheim. FOR SALE — New Holland 10-inch chopping mill. — _ Floyd Ringler, Narvon, Pa-, at Churchtown Blacksmith Shop. FOR SALE — Electric welder and standby with Wisconsin engine in perfect condition, $450. — J. Franklin Becker, RD 3 Elizabethtown, near Chiques Church, Phone _Elizabethtown 7-3827.

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

Federal income - tax forms, without the tell-tale colored stripes, will soon be in the mails. The big filing date is, oi course, April 15th, but no objections will be _raised if you pay shortly after January 1st. Few changes have been made in the 1955 forms, but careful attention is urged to the few which have been made.

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

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