Newspaper Page Text
AfrUocastK Fuming,. Saturday, Junt 12,1993
Not Just Anothfr Novfl
Bom June 14 1811 Hamel Beeeher Stowe was the daugh
ter ol clergyman Lyman Beecher, sister of the prominent
Reverend Henrv Ward Beecher and wife ot Calvin bills
Stowe, a theological seminary prolessor But she is best
remembered as the author ot the anlislaverv novel Untie
Tom s Cnhm. The tuior surrounding the book s publication
in 1852 resulted in unparalleled popularity (it was lianslaled
into at least 23 languages) and ciealed a prolound political
impact so much so that it can rightly be counted among
the contributing causes to the Civil War President Lincoln
acknowledged this when he met Mrs Stowe during the war
and is said to have said to her. So you're the little woman
who wrote the book that made this great war "
Those who Jo not feci pain selJoni think that it is
c3r- Remove marks from wallpaper by rubbing in a circular
motion with stale bread.
Don't you just hate it’ You
finally find the time to
mow the lawn and find
you're out of gas Then you
get the mower filled up and
the cantankerous thing won't
start' There is an easier way
The new breed of nonmotor
ized reel mowers are ball
bearing equipped for e"
pushing (easier than gi
powered mowers) am
have tempered steel blade;
that hold an edge tor ycai
They're quiet and nonpi
luting, less expensive to hi
and less likely to nei
repairs through the yeai
Isn't it time you switched 1 '
Magna Carta Day, June 15
2 pound* fresh ispingus
1 cup sour cresm
3 tsblespoon* fresh lemon juice
% cup fresh chopped psrsley
1 tsblespoon chopped chives
'/. teaspoon tsrrsgon
% teaspoon salt
Remove tough ends from
asparagus and steam
until tender, but crisp
Dram and plunge into cold
vater, dram again Cut
asparagus into I'/-
mch pieces, place in
salad bowl Combine
mix well, and pour
over asparagus Toss
Make* 4 to 6 tarvinga.
CATTLE 125.. PDA ..il. cowj steady to
1.25 higher. STEERS: One Low Choice
72.00. HOLSTEINS: Few Choice
1190/1520 lbs. 68.50-73.00, few Select
62.00-71.00. HEIFERS: Few Choice
1100/1140 lbs. 69.25-77.00, one 900 lbs.
65.25, one Choice Holstein 1830 lbs.
53.75, few Standard 53.25-56.25. COWS:
Breaking Utility and Commercial
Cold and rainy,
clear and hot
some sun. some
Ramv and mild
hot Deep South
Cool and rainy,
hot north, colder,
Clear and warm,
then cold and
and east, clear
Tuesday, June 8, 1993
Report Supplied by PDA
Munks’ Velcro™ Hobbles
Adjustable Neck Straps
Slings and Ambulances
For Rehabilitating Down f r
and Injured Animals / P
Munks' Manufacturing Inc. m
1143 W. March Point Rd. **
Anacortes, WA 98221 -9628 .
Toll Free 1 -800-843-1847
Buy a complete unit.
Ready to set on the
ground and hook to air tanks.
Automatic Stop Alternator
Electric Start Hydraulic Setup
LP Gas hookup Honda Or Diesel
Units In stock and ready to go.
NEW & REBUILT AIR COMPRESSORS
We rebuild most any brands
We Install Air & Water systems
For Service Call: Blevins at
Stauffer Pump Works
501 Coopers Drive
Kirkwood, PA 17536
Samuel S. King (Owner)
down to 47.75, Cutter and Boning Utility
48.75- few 53.75, Qmner & Low
Cutter 44.00-48.00, few 49.25. Shells
down to 33.50. BULLOCKS: Few Sun
dard 54.25-57.50. BULLS; Few Yield
Grade No. 1 1585/1875 lb«. 61.00-63.00.
FEEDER CATTLE: Few Large Frame No.
2 560/700 lbs. Holstein steers 69.00-75.00.
Few Large Frame No. 2 345/520 lbs. Hols
tein heifers 75.00-78.00.
CALVES 192..5ma1l supply vealers
steady. VEALERS: One Choice 155 lbs.
55.00, few Standard and Good 60/120 lbs.
50.00- few Utility 45/80 lbs.
45.00- RETURNED TO FARM:
Holstein Bulls mostly steady. No. 1 Hols-
An equipment failure in the field, sudden weather changes,
livestock problems, delayed supplies, all need quick
response. Or, quick communications with the family while
you’re doing the chores. Two-way radio is the farmer’s
friend. Call us today about your farm communications needs
INv. (717) 656-2211
tem Mil" SD/f 177.00, few
181.00, No. 2 80/130 Ibi. 90.00-145.00,
70/80 lbs. 70.00-80.00; No. 1 Holstein
heifen BS/10S lbs. 147.00-170.00, few No.
2 70/85 lbs. 97.00-135.00. Few Beef cross
85/105 lbs. bulls & heifers 80.00-125.00.
HOGS 97...8ARR0WS AND GILTS;
US 1-3 235/260 lbs. 47.00-48.25, lot 2-3
230 lbs. 45.50, lot 350 lbs. 35.00. SOWS:
Steady to 1.00 lower. US 1-3 355/490 lbs.
36.00-38.75, mostly 38.00-38.50, few
500/540 lbs. 36.75-40.00, one #3 800 lbs.
37.75. BOARS: None offered.
FEEDER PIGS 0..N0 market test.
SHEEP 0..N0 market test.
GOATS 0..N0 market test
Remember the Wet Spring
Spread Lime During Summer
Special Summer Discount
Better Soil Condition
A Better Selection
Agricultural Limestone Liquid Waste
155 East Wood Comer Road
Utitz, Pa. 17543
POULTRY PARTS IN STOCK
f * \
gu ** a
“- . _ i*^*
See Us For
• Fill Pipe
• Hopper Switches
Swine * Poultry System* Special*!*
410 E LINCOLN AVE MYERSTOWN, PA 17067
Hour*: Mon.-Frl. ___ _____ _ _ _ _____
7flotosoo: PH 717-866-7565
Saturday 7:30 to 1130 * u * 4 * OUVr * ““Y
“An important tool. That’s what our
family’s two-way radio has become. It
allows me to manage my operations
more efficiently. And, my wife
depends on it to monitor family
activities while she’s working around
Jere M. Swarr
Rapho Valley Farms
You don’t need a large farm operation
to enjoy the convenience of mobile
radio. More and more farm families are
discovering the efficiencies two-way
24 Hour Service