Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, November 16, 1974, Image 50

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    —Lancaster Farming. Saturoay, Nov. 16, 1974
Frost Triggers Soybean Problems
A third round of powible
disagreements and
misunderstandings between
agricultural producers and
grain buyers regarding
grading standards for 1974
crops appears to be shaping
For lln Mrs of the Jennie W. Gustafson, Estate, on Quakir Nick
Road, Rout! 289 [just past Cluster River Country Club) 2 mills South
of Chestirtown, Md.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, at 12.-00 noon
Tricycle fronts). CASE 600 Diesel TRACTOR. MASSEY FERGUSON 65
JOHN DEERE EQUIPMENT: 5 bottom semi-mounted plows. 12' road
disc 4 bottom plow. 4 row cultivators 4 row rotary hoe, #694 4 row
planter. #894 hay rake, scraper blade, gram drill #4OO grinder-mixer.
#350 elevator. #507 rotary mower. #33 manure spreader. #34
manure spreader. #237 mounted corn picker
3 Hay wagons. 3 metal corn wagons Ferguson 2 row cultivators & 2
bottom plows. Bnllion 12 culbpacker. New Holland baler. Davis front
end loader. 3 pt hitch grass seeder 5 h p rotary tiller Toro 19'
mower, tools and other small items 3 metal hog feeders, etc
MILK EQUIP.: Mojonmer 330 gal milk tank, wash vats. 40 gal water
heater. Surge compressor, etc
Chestertown, Md.
Sales Managers & Auctioneers
WED., NOV. 27,1974 at 10:00
Located along Horizon Drive approx. Vh miles North of Mountvile,
Columbia RDI, Hemptield Twp., Lane. Co., Pa. 5 teres of Land on
corner of Hempfidd Ml Rd. & Horizon Drive.
2-story frame 6 room house with attached frame
butchering house with green asphalt siding. Other
buildings are: 1 story frame barn with hog pen, frame 1
car garage, & other buildings. Round metal com crib.
House contains: Kitchen with fire comer, living &
dining rooms on Ist floor, & 3 bedrooms on 2nd. Full
basement. Wood shingled roof & shutters. Old home in
original condition with elec. This is a comer property
with tots of frontage on both roads. All tillable ground.
Real Estate to be sold at 2:00. Property inspection
dates are: Friday, Nov. 15 from 3 till 4 and Sunday,
Nov. 17 from 2 till 3.
- Cherry 6 leg dropleaf &pine 4 leg dropleaf tables, dry
sink, 6 plank bottom chairs, pine blanket chest, 2 rope
beds, pine cabinet, pine table, Victorian sofa & sq.
table, 300 lb. iron safe, Columbian oak parlor stove,
Columbian coal cook stove, dough tray, walnut cane
rocker & 6 chairs, 2 Empire chest of drawers, Seth
Thomas & other mantel clocks. Oak turn: 3 pc.
bedroom suite, sideboard, treadle sew. mach.,
washstand, sq. table, bed, potty chair, 6 hard bottom
chairs, & 2 rockers. Oval trunk, goldleaf, deep walnut,
oak & other picture frames. IH refrig., Carlson floor
model radio, day bed, Electrolux vacuum, old post
card & photo albums, brass & coal buckets, wooden
tubs & measures. Gray agate: lunch box, pans,
strainer, etc. Copper & tin wash boilers. Iron; pot belly
stove, iron kettle, 2 butter scales, banks, 2 bulls, pump
trough, waffle & flat irons. Lard press, meat grinder,
meat benches, butchering tools, spring & beam scales,
Ig & sm, crocks & jugs, dated & wire top jars, slaw
cutter, carriage robe, baskets, Sapno Indian girl, old
jewelry, 7 pc. wash bowl & pitcher set (Rose), an & Ig.
Gone-with-the-Wind oil lamps, blue spatter Ig & sm
pitchers, Bennington pitcher. Dark, orange & white
carnival: footed bowls, plates & dishes. German:
bowls, cake plates, mustache cup, etc. Milk & pressed
glass: celery stand, banana dishes, wine decanter & 6
wines, plate (waterfall & fan), oil lamps, bowls, pit
' chers, etc. Other glassware & china. Linens, quilts &
blankets. 1 Ton of Coal, 28’ wooden ext. & step ladders,
old hand & garden tools, hand mower & edger. Horse
equip: Harness, cultivator, com planter, row marker
6 single trees. 3 prong "hay fork, hog & scalding
troughs, wooden wheel barrow, grinding stone, straw
chopper, com shelter, scrap iron, other misc. articles.
7 silver & 1 red seal Ig. one dollar bills, etc. Not
responsible for accidents day of Sale. Food served.
Fulton Bank Executor
John W. Beyer, Atty. of
Arnold, Bricker. Beyer & Barnes
up in Maryland and much of
the rest of (he nation.
First it was garlic in the
wheat crop; then what
seemed like large discounts
for high*moisture corn,
accentuated by inflated
market prices.
Now the rub may come
with immature, green
soybeans brought on by a
dry, cool fall and unusually
early frosts, observes Joseph
L. Newcomer, Extension
agronomist at the University
of Maryland In College Park.
Killing frosts set new
record-early dates in some
parts of the state on Sept. 24,
and a big freeze in early
October halted growth of
June-planted soybeans on
the Eastern Shore and
elsewhere, which had
escaped the earlier frosts,
Newcomer reported.
These frost
damaged soybeans are still
worth harvesting,
NfWcomer notes. But har
vesting operations will have
to be delayed in some fields
to give the beans a chance to
dry out.
As a fair-pricing guideline
for both growers and grain
buyers at marketing time,
the Maryland Extension
specialist cites agricultural
research results from the
University of Illinois. The
Illinois research indicates
that oil and protein content
of immature soybeans will
be at satisfactory levels as
long as the seeds being
harvested are at least 35
percent as heavy a normal
sized, mature seed of the
same variety.
MONDAY, DEG. 2nd, 1974 AT 11:00 A.M.
at Rudnick’s Farm, Route 213, Galena, Md.
FEATURING: New Holland 469 Haybine, N.H. 271
Baler w-thrower, N.H. 30’ Elevator w-motor, 3 hay
wagons for grinder, 12’ Int. weeder, (most
everything like new).
We are accepting other consignments and will
Feature: Tractors, Combines, Trucks, Plows, Discs,
Planters, Drills, Balers, Forage Harvesters, Wagons,
Spreaders, Mowers, Garden Tractors, Flails, Etc.
Please call to list your consignments, large or
small... we will special advertise your items ft you
wish ... your machinery will be accepted up to and
including morning of sale
Galena, Md. (301) 648-5100 or 648-517?
nite phone 778-0804
Newcomer further ad
monishes soybean buyers
not to be confused on grade
designations .when buying
immature, green soybeans
whose development has been
halted by frost. He reminds
inexperienced graders that
there are separate grade
classes for yellow, green,
black and brown varieties of
soybeans, as well as a
separate class for mixed
soybeans which do not meet
the standards for the variety
d asses.
Soybeans that are green
and immature because of
early frost should not be
confused in the grading
classification with green
varieties, he emphasized.
Buyers should consult
official federal or state grain
graders to determine proper
-and fair-dockage for frost
damaged soybeans. Far
mers who feel that their
soybeans are not being
graded properly can request
that a sample be taken and
sent for official grading by
federal or state grain
graders, Newcomer com
Additional information is
available in an article titled
“Soybeans and an Early
Frost,” which Newcomer
has written for the
November issue of The
Agronomist, a monthly
newsletter published by the
agronomy department in the
College of Agriculture at the
University of Maryland.
Copies will be available
shortly at county Extension
If// . •••', / '
People once believed that itones from an eagle’s nest could
help them detect thieves.
SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1974 2 pm.
Located 2 miles East of Sfrasburg off Rt. 741, turn S. on Espenshade
Rd., first farm on left in Paradise Twp., Lancaster Co.
70 Acre farm more or leap with 2% story dwelling,
bank bam with 69 comfort stalls, box stalls, 3 silos,
implement shed and com bam, chicken houses. Road
frontage on Espenshade Rd. Land in high state of
cultivation. 10 percent down settlement on or before
April 1,1975. Inspection of property Nov. 23 from 1 to 3
p.m. or call 717-687-6407.
Terms by: Harold D. and A. Miriam Denfinger
Robert E. Martin 656-7770
and Frank L. Steller 656-9055, Aucts.
Wenger, Beiler, Attys.
SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1974
at 9:30 A.M.
Located about 5 miles north of Delta, Pa. off Rt. 74 along Thompson
Rd., turning at Barnetts Garage.
H Farmall tractor, good rubber & good running
cond.; New Idea manure spreader; J.D. 7 ft. mower;
McCullough chain saw; log chains; iron hog troughs;
milk cans; milk stool; lots of carpenter & hand tools; 2
ton chain hoist; wrenches; double & single trees; barn
jacks; rotary mower; 275 gal. fuel tank, etc.
1968 Chevy pickup truck Vz ton 8 ft. bed, light green &
only 48,000 miles, very good condition.
2 Hereford cows; approx. 800 lb. Hereford bull.
14 hives of honey bees, state inspected & blue ribbon
honey makers. Bee keepers supplies & equipment.
Antiques & Household Goods
Dry sink; dove tail pine dresser; rope bed; chest of
drawers; camel back & sq. trunks; quilting frames; 4
oak rockers; lots of picture frames; Ig. pc. of brown
marble; pitcher & washbowl pcs.; rayo lamp; kerosene
lamps; milk glass dresser pcs.; press cut dishes &
bowls; cake stands; compotes; celery holders; Bristol
silver; tea set; pcs. of very old Swiss made china;
carnival dishes; spitoon; milk pail; tin bucket; tin
measure; woodpeck & % peck measure; lots of asst,
crocks, all sizes; Ig. asst, jugs, all sizes; demi-john;
butter churn; gypsy pot; iron kettles; stove top waffle
iron; iron griddle; Ig. cast iron stove top; ham boiler;
butcher kettles; butcher stirrers, forks, laddies &
dippers; meat bench; Kalamazooucook stove; 2 cast
iron dinner bells; cow and sheep bells; flat irons; iron
frogs; iron elephant; cast iron ship wall plaques;
railroad lanterns; barn lanterns; buggy lights; Long
Tom shot gun; broad ax; ades; draw knife; wash
boards; cherry seeder; salt & pepper sets; bottles &
many other items.
Household Goods: 3 pc. living room suite; 2 black
swivel chairs w-red matching sofa; 3 pc. bedroom
suite; sq. china closet; room divider; goose neck
rocker; stands; end tables; hassocks; book case;
corner table; stereo set; 5 pp. dinette set; 3 bar stools;
Spartan TV; floor lights; G.E. sweeper; 12 xl2 rug &
pad; oval braided rugs; pole light work table; electric
heater; picnic table; window fan; Royal typewriter; 62
pc. Bootonware set; Guardian Service ware; Sunbeam
mixer; cannister set; electric knife; lots of dishes, pots
& pans; canning jars & many items too numerous to
Auct. note: Sale order will begin w-tools, farm im
plements, pickup truck, cattle and antiques &
household goods approx. 1:00. Please come early, lots
to sell.
Terms: cash or approved check.
W. Ramsey (Pete) Burk
Robert L. Sechrist, Auctioneer
Ph. 382-4379
John Hope Anderson, Clerk
Not responsible for accidents
Refreshments by Mt. Nebo Church
Natural/Organic Foods
Natural food* arc producti
marketed without proicrvotlvoo,
emulsifier*, or artificial Ingrcdi
enta. Organic food* aro essential
ly the lame but those imply the
exclusion of pesticides and chemi
cal fertilizers during the grow