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AB-Lmcasttr Famine, Saturday, December 1,1984 OLD FARMER’S ALMANAC DEC. 3-9,1984 Mild and clear, then showers appear. Gather cones, seeds, and boughs from the woods for Christmas decorations now Tornado in Vicksburg, Miss , Killed 38, left $25 million in damages, Dec 5, 1953 Average length of days for the week, 9 hours, 13 minutes Full moon, Dec 8 (Sat) First neon light display occurred in Pans, Dec 3,1910 John Lennon killed Dec 8,1980 Phi Beta Kappa founded Dec 5,1776 He that makes himself an ass, must not take it ill if men ride him JBHSS|P ,c ' , 3gJj2L Ask the Old Farmer; How can 1 get nd of a film on our wine glasses 7 E VK, Campbell, Calif Try filling the glasses with warm water and dropping a denture fife cleaning tablet in each glass Let sit for a couple of hours, then wash and rinse You could also try filling them with a strong solution of ammonia and water, wait a couple of hours, then Hk wash and rinse ~ Home Hint: Don t oil a squeaking tncycle, because the squeak locates the child ndmg it OLD FARMER'S WEATHER FORECAST New England; Sunny and mild at beginning of week, mid through end of week' warm with light ram Greater New York-New Jersey Week begins sunny and mild, through end of week showers with mild temperatures Middle Atlantic Coastal Clear and warm at week's onset, showers with mild temperatures prevail mid through end of week (All Rights Reserved Yankee Publishing Incorporated Dublin NH 03444) DON'T slow —— Call Now To Placo Your CLASSIFIED AD Hi: 717-M4.J047 *r 717-*}*. DM siSmielo! ltd. We will receive your market hogs Mondays. Wednesdays, Thursdays 4 Fridays NOTE OUR WINTER HOURS * 7 A.M. to 1 P.M. Located at the Vintage Sales Stables. Paradise, PA You will be paid immediately. No commission or yard fees deducted. Reduced waiting time. Premium prices are paid for extra fancy hogs. For Information Call Ed Herrmann or Charlie Kauffman 717-442-4742 ATTENTION FARMERS EVERY MONDAY HATFIELD PACKING CO. and MOYER PACKING CO. Will Receive Your Hogs and Cattle at the DANVILLE LIVESTOCK MARKET RD 4, Danville, PA • We will receive your hogs from 8 AM to 12 Noon every Monday. Your hogs will be weighed and paid for immediately • We will also accept your sows & boars. • Your cattle will be received from 12:30 to 5 P M. We will either pay you for your cattle immediately or you may sell them dressed weight • There will not be a commission or yardage tee deducted from your check • You may call our office Monday morning and we will be able to tell you the base price for hogs for the day. MELVIN M. LEHMAN - Owner Danville Buying Station Phone:7l7-275-2880 IH£ r "v EMHWS ' * > BIMNO STATION | OPEN TO RECEIVE I YOUR MARKET HOGS I HOURS: MONDAY. TUESDAY, and j" WEDNESDAY 6:00 A.M. to 11:30 AM 215-458-5677 Residence 717-733-9648 Office | YOU ARE PAID FOR YOUR I HOGS IMMEDIATELY I Ken & Lois Emery, Proprietors Estimated Receipts Same Day Last Week Feeder Steers SO cents to 2.00 higher. Feeder Heifer Calves 1.00- 2.00 higher, Yearlings steady. Trade active; demand good. Bulk receipts Medium Frame 1 450-775 lbs. Steers and Medium Frame 1 and Mixed 1-2 350-450 lb. Heifers. FEEDER STEERS: Medium Frame 1300-400 lb. 72.50-77.50; 450- 500 lb. 70.00-72.50 ; 500400 lb. 69.50- 71.50, pkg. 73.50; 600-700 lb. 68.60- 72.75, few to 73.60; 700-775 lb. 68.50- 72.50, string 775 lb. fleshy 66.80, package 710 lb. 73.00; few 800840 lb. 65.0088.25. Medium & Large Frame Mixed 1-2 few 375-400 lb. 66.25-72.90 ; 400800 lb. 64.9089.25; 500800 lb. 67.00-70.00; few 625-700 lb. 68.25-71.20. Small Frame 1 400- 500 lb. 62.5088.75. Large Frame 2 Holsteins 400800 lb. 52.5083.50; 500800 lb. 50.0083.60, lot plain 49.50; lot 850 lb. 52.10; lot 975 lb. 46.55. FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium Frame 1 400-500 lb. 58.1064.90, lot 410 lb. 65.90; 500-600 lb. 59.40-62.90; few 800-700 lb. 62.50-64.30. Medium AT THE GREEN DRAGON MARKET RD 4. EPHRATA, PA 17522 I MILE NORTH OF EPHRATA ON NORTH STATE STREET. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21 ON THE FIRM MONTHLY BRED GILT SALE Sale to Start Promptly at 1:00 P.M. Every 4 Weeks Located 18 miles south of Lancaster, Pa., 6 miles south of Quarryvide, take Rt. 272 to Little Britain, turn north, follow Little Britain Road to Jackson Road, right. 2nd farm, OR take Rt. 222, out of Quarryville to Cedar Hill Road to Little Britain Road to Jackson Road, left. Watch for sale arrows. 50 to 60 Head Now soiling our now hybrod gilts roprosontlng mostly York & Hampshire & Landraco cross. Brod for ooslor A Loss trouble over farrowing and bettor weight gains. Validated Bruce llositFreo Herd #169 ' Qualified[Pseudorables-FreeHerd >35 ' Hand mated with Breeding Dates Local Trucker Available No Hogs Sold On Commission CHRIST A. BEILER R.D. 2, Quarryville, Pa JOHN B. STOLTZFUS R.D. 1, Kirkwood, Pa Abe Oiffenbach, Auctioneer AU22SL NEXT SALE DATE JANUARY 18 Oklahoma Cattle Wednesday, Nov. 28 Report supplied by USDA and Large Frame Mixed 1-2 350-400 lb. 54.1087.25; 400800 lb. 54.50- 60.00, package thin 61.50; few 500- 550 lb. 54.6088.30; 600850 lb. 57.80- 63.50. Small Frame 1 300400 lb. 53.3086.25; few 400-450 lb. 51.00- 57.10. 5,500 469 For the Week: Feeder Steer & Heifer Calves mostly 3.008.0(7 higher, instances 6.00-7.00 higher. Feeder Steers & Heifers 3.008.00 Higher. Slaughter Cows basically steady. Limited test Slaughter Bulls fully steady. New Holland Dairy New Holland Sales Stables Wednesday, November 28 Report supplied by auction Reported receipts of 60 cows, 72 heifers, and 2 bulls. Market steady. Load of NY fresh cows, 760.00- 1300.00; springers 900.00-1025.00. Load of PA fresh cows, 700.00- 800.00. Load of PA fresh cows, 700.00- 925.00 Locally consigned cows 400.00- 1010.00. Springing heifers 450.00-800.00. Open Heifers 240.00-485.00. Bulls 250.00-500.00. Lebanon, Lancaster, New Holland, Morgantown, Reading, Kutztown, to Myerstown. CA 17 to 20 Weeks of Age Several Breeds to Choose From kssMius CRIPPLED AND DISABLED Cows, Steers & Bulls For Slaughter Under USDA Inspection Call Wayne Taylor 717-866-6289 215-286-9400 GROWN PULLETS FOR SALE Contact Paradise, PA 717-442-4183 Penns Valley Livestock Centre Hall, Pa. Tuesday, November 27,1984 Report supplied by Auction Beef Cows: Utility and Com mercial 37.25-40.10; Cutters 34.10- 36.75; Canners 30.75-34.00; Shells 27.00. potto'."- standard 44.10-48.25; Conuuerciai 3C.. M 3.00. Steers: Good 51.25-54 ’ Standard 47.20-48.50, Bulls: Good Standard 43.50-46.75 49.75-51.10; Veal Calves: Choice 72.00- 78.00; Good 60.00-71.00; Standard 46.00-59.00; Utility 38.00-45.00. Farm Calves; Bulls 70.00-79.00; Heifers 55.00-61.00. Hogs; 48.10-52.25. Sows: 42.25-44.25. Boars: 25.50-34.50. Shoats: 25-30 lbs. per head 10.00- 30-35 lbs. per head 14.00- Goats per head; 16.00-45.00.