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BOXER REBELLION-— "Chief,
Boatswain’s Mate” takes a rrr- ■
r-ruff view of chow aboard the ,
US. Coast Guard cutter- Kla
math, at Seattle, if you’d be
lieve Maximilian Talisman’s ,
expression. Max won the hon* 1
oraiy title for five years of
duty as mascot on the vessel,
which makes the Alaskan rum
HARRISBURG 'Hie index ot
pricfes received by Pennsylvania
farmers showed a decline ot one
point or 4/10 of 1 per cent during
the month ended uctoner 10, me
State Department ot Agriculture
announced today iolowing Fed
eral-State surveys. .[Nationally,
there was a decline ot two points
At 246 per cent ot its 1910-14
average tne Pennsylvania maex
was one point above a year ago,
the Department said.
Meat Animals on i
Slightly higher prices received
by Pennsylvania tarmers tor
tonal rise in the price ot whole
sale milk only partially offset tip
wheat, oats, buckwheat and a sea>-
prices received tor alt meat
animal and pouUry, onservers ex
There was a decline ot three
points in the index ot prices re
ceived for all ci ops. - .Livestock
prices held steady as tower meat
animal and chicken prices were
offset by the higher milk price,
which averaged $5 00 per hund
red pounds, wholesale.
Along the big national
October marketing ot live nogs
the average price to Pennsyl
vania farmers fell to $l6 20 per
hundred pounds, down $1 20 tiom
September 15 and $3 80 below a
Beef Cattle Oft »uc cut
Beef cattle diopped 80 cents a
hundred pounds “on the hoof”
and averaged 30 cents under a
year Calves went down
30 cents and lambs were 90 cents
a hundred pounds below Septem
Chicken prmes on uctoner 15
averaged 22 7 cents a pound, live
weight, down 1 o cents, but near
ly three cents above a year ago
Eggs averaged a return oi 52 cents
a dozen to farmers, down one
cent for the month but eight .cents
a dozen higher than a year pre
Farmers on October 15 were
getting an ave, age ot 85 cents a
bushel for potatoes, the same as
a month earlier ana down b 5
cents a bushel from October 15,
1954. Apples averaged 3>a io a
bushel, 20 cents under a year ago.
Herr Takes to Air
Hunting Lost Cow
John J Herr, Mount Joy iti, took
to the air recently to hunt
Meadow Spnng nutter rat
Beauty, a two y« ar-old registered
purebred Guernsey heiter. Flying
Parmer John Wolgemutn and Mr.
Herr made two one-nour tngnts
over the neighborhood, but still
no sign of the nursing animal was
The heifer disappeared tne
night of Oct. 23, and was valued
at $2OO as a milk producer, slol‘
as a beet maker.
FFA JM ames JM ew
Jerry Brenner, senior at Manor
Joint High School, will be pres
ident of the Lancaster County
Future Farmers ot America tor
the coming jear. Jerry was
fleeted Thursday night in a meet
ing at Strasburg Lampeter-Stras
bUrg High school He succeeds
John Stoner of Lampeter-Stras
burg, and, in addition to being
named president, will be county
delegate to the state convention
in Harrisburg. Marlin Harnish
will be alternate delegate.
Other officers named were:
Gerald Rohrer, Manor Joint High
School, vice president; John
Eshleman, Manor secretary; Dick
Myhn, Lampeter-Strasburg, trea
surer; Glemj Eshelman, Donegal,
reporter; Robert Bucher, Solanco
at Quarryville, sentinel and Don
ald Nolt, Manheim Central, chap
A plaque was presented Howard
P. Siglin, Manor High School
vo-ag instructor, who coached the
team scoring the highest point
total in the FFA judging contest
at the 1955 Lampeter Fair Pres
entation was made by George
Myers, vo-ag instructor at Xam
A place where he can have
privacy that’s one responsibil
ity parents have for their child
A child feels the need tor a
place of his own. says Mrs Mar
guerite L. Duvall, Penn State
family life extension specialist.
Parents should understand this
need and accept it.
When a child doesn’t include
his parents, it may not mean that
parents have faded in establish
ing good relations. At such times,
it’s' important for parents to have
faith in their child.
New Credit Policy
DUE TO MANUFACTURERS POLICY
ALL PARTS AND SHOP SERVICES
OR SATISFACTORY CREDIT ARRANGEMENTS
Faim Equipment Dealers]Offering This Service Are:
Walter Binkley & Son N. G. Hershey & Son
RD4 Lititz, Pa.
L. H. Brubaker
RD4 Lancaster, Fa.
L. H. Brubaker
RD3 Lititz, Pa.
R. M. Brubaker
Conestoga Farm Service Kauffman Brothers
Quarryville, Pa. Mountville, Pa.
Cope and Weaver
Willow Street, Pa.
D. Lr. Diem & Sons
Farm Bureau Co-Operative
Lancaster, Pa. "
E. L, Herr Estate
Peach Bottom, Pa.
L. B Herr Jr
West Willow, Pa.
YOUR COOPERATION WITH THIS POLICY WILL BE
APPRECIATED AND WILL ENABLE YOUR LOCAL DEALER
TO OPERATE MORE EFFICIENTLY AND TO CONTINUE TO
PROVIDE YOU WITH ADEQUATE SERVICE FACILITIES AND
TO CARRY A SUFFICIENT INVENTORY OF REPAIR PARTS
FOR YOUR EQUIPMENT.
PASTA PUP No vino for
jack. This cosmopolitan Neo-*
pohtan is said to drink coffee’
to wash down his favorite dishr
spaghetti. He’s the mascot of
the welding shop at
southern European headquari
ters, Naples, Italy.
ON A CASH BASIS
RDI Marietta, Pa.
Charles B. Hoober
J. B. Hostetter & Sous
Mt. Joy, Pa.
Hockstetler’s Magneto Service
New Holland, Pa.
Longeneckers Farm Supply
H. S.' Newcomer & Son
Mount Joy, Pa.
Mann & Grumelli
Lancaster Farming, Fr
A. H. BURKHOLDER
ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING
iday, November 11, 1955 —9
Lititz Farm Show
Movies of the 1955 Litil/ Com
munity Farm Show weic evhibit
ed by Fiank Biown at Thursday
night’s annual banquet ot duec
tors, officers and committees
Meeting at the Lititz Ameucan.
Legion, about 65 were present.
Success ot the 1955 fair was de
termined It was moved iiom the
streets into Lititz Paik onto an
adjoining lot owned bv the Vet
erans of Foreign Wais
The VFW lot is under a 10-
j-ear lease to the fair asosciation.
Worm medicines may haun
pets and livestock more than the
parasites they are intended lo
destroy. If the animal is in a
weakened condition, the results
may be fatal.
The owner of an acre of ground
has theoretical deed to 52,363,-
000,000 tons of earth according
to a Rand McNally report Es
timate is based on a pviamidal
projection of an acre of giound
which is extended so that its
apex is at the earth’s coie.
JOHN D, GRAHAM
RD2 Elizabethtown, Pa.
N. G. Myers & Son
Ivan Z, Nolt
RD2 Epbrata, Pa.
Penn Mar Equipment Co,
RDI Quarryville, Pa.
F. H. Shotzberger
Snavely’s Farm Service
New Holland, Pa.
R. S. Weaver
C. E, Wiley & Son
Peach Bottom, Pa.
C. E. Wiley & Son
Arthur S, Young Co.
J. Paul Nolt