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ACROSS THE OCEAN
Two ihipi set sail from Southampton, England, on August 15,1620.
Twice the ships were forced to return to port, first to Dartmouth and
then Plymouth, because of serious leaking in one. Finally, the leak
ing ship, the Speedwell, was abandoned and the Mayflower
embarked alone from Plymouth on September 16, loaded with furni
ture, chickens, goats, and provisions. Living quarters for each per
son were no bigger than a single bed, but each person was allowed
room for personal items. The practical-minded William Mullins
126 pairs of shoes and 13 pairs of boots. Miles
Standish, on the other hand, would not be parted
f from hit books, including a volume of Caesar and a
_ > history of the world.
. He that will not sail till all dangers are
• SL> over must not put to sea.
To remove spots on paper lampshades, rub
with a clean art*gum eraser.
Here are tome fuel-saving tips for driving across town or cross
country. Tty to drive at a steady pace. Frequent sudden accelera
tions can wreak havoc on fud economy. Keep tires inflated to
recommended levels for better gat mileage and longer tire life.
Remember to keep your wheels aligned and air filter clean. Use
the air conditioner only when necessary. Open windows often
do a better job of cooling you off during short hops around town.
Vi cup commeal
'/< cup molasses
dash of salt
3 cups scalded milk
1 egg, beaten
Vi teaspoon each ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg
1 cup raisins
1 cup cold milk
Mix commeal, molasses, and salt. Pour tcalded milk over mix
ture; let wand 5 minutes. Add egg, spices, and raisins. Pour into |
greased Inking dish and bake at 300dF for 10 minutes. Remove i
from oven, stir in odd milk, and continue baking for about 2
hours. Serve warm with whipped cream or ice cream.
Mikas 6 serving*
STOCKYARDS WEEKLY CATTLE
SUMMARY: Compared to last Monday:
All classes lightly tested in post holiday
trade. Few feeder steen firm. Feeder heif
ers $2.00 higher. Steer calvel 52.00-54.00
lower with middle weight and heavy calves
at most decline. Few heifer calves steady.
Absence of combelt buyers pleasuring the
huge calves. Yearling buyers hampered
some by lack of load-lot availability. Qual
ity plain to average. Weigh-ups gaunt to
full. Slaughter cows Sl.oo-52.00 higher.
Slaughter bulls steady. Packer demand
good as slaughter cow numben have been
reduced by holiday weekend for immediate
kill needs. Total of 430 cows and bulls
sold. Receipts this week 2,250; last week
6,506; last year 2,478. Supply consisted of
51 percent yearlings; 29 percent calves; 20
percent cows and bulls. Prices follow with
weighted average weight and price in
Clear and warm,
Clear and mild,
cool nights; tome
Rain then dear
and warm, coder
east; tome rain,
Rainy and cool,
1 turning hot, some'
i Seasonable and
j showers; dear
I clearing and
Feeder Steers; Medium and Large
Frame 1: 300-350 lbs. (340 IbsA $97.50-
$101.50 ($99.63); 400-450 lbs. (427 lbs.)
584.75-593.00 ($87.57); 450-500 lbs. (469
lbs.) SBl.OO-SBB.OO ($84.98); 500-550 lbs.
(519 lbs.) 579.00-583.25 ($81.42);
550-600 lbs. (563 lbs.) 577.25-SBO.OO
($77.83); 600-700 lb. calves (650 lbs.)
$75.00-579.00 ($75.33); 650-700 lb. year
lings (691 lbs.) 577.00-577.75 ($77.38);
700-750 lbs. (734 lbs.) 575.00-578.50
($76.99); 750-800 lbs. (780 lbs.)
573.25-575.00 ($74.17); 800-850 lbs. (821
lbs.) $73.00-575.50 ($74.40).
Feeder Heifers: Medium and Large Frame
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($91.45); 400-450 lbs. (426 lbs.)
579.50- ($81.08); 450-500 lbs. (469
lbs.) 576.50-578.50 ($77.81); 500-600 lbs.
(550 lbs.) 575.25-579.75 ($77.45);
600-650 lbs. (623 lbs.) 573.00-577.75
($75.84); 650-700 lbs. (677 lbs.)
571.50- ($74.20); 700-750 lbs. (721
lbs.) 570.00-573.75 ($72.96); 800-850 lbs.
(834 lbs.) 565.75-567.00 ($66.17).
Slaughter Cows: Cutter, boning, and
breaking Utility average dressing
541.50- hi dressing S4S.SO-550.50.
Slaughter Bulls; Y.G. 1 1400-1900 lbs.
average dressing SSS.SO-SS6.SO; high
dressing individual $61.50. Y.G. 1-2 lo
Replacement Cows: Pre-tested for
bangs, pregnancy, and age Medium and
Large Frame no. 1 - average to high quality
- Single Head Sales: 3-5 yr old 950-1175
lbs. 4-7 months bred 5590.00-5660.00 per
Pairs: Medium and Large Frame no. 1
Average to hi quality - Single Pair Sales:
4-7 yr old 950-1100 lb. cows with 175-200
lb. calves 5750.00-5825.00.
this Report compiled & pre
pared BY THE OKLAHOMA CITY
LIVESTOCK & GRAIN MARKET
NEWS BRANCH OF THE USDA’S
AGRICULTURE MARKETING SER
VICE. ROBERT MILES - TINA DOEB
BLER TELEPHONE (405) 232-5425.
Accident, Md. 21520
Report Supplied by Auction
September 5, 1994
STOCK BULLS AND STEERS
(200-500 LBS.) 60.00-85.00.
133 Rothsville Station Rd. • Lititz, PA 17543
\ DICKEY-John HAfiVEST-HAND
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Direct reading* for these 12 grains;
t.corn 7. sunflowers
2. soybean* 8. canola
3. wheat 9. rice
4. mllo 10. popcorn
. 5. oats 11. millet
V 6. barley 12. rye
I Conversion charts available for other
'grains. List $228.00 * -
\ Sale Price Oltfi
C*O , M*P*A«N*Y
BUYING AND SELLING
SOFT RED AND WHITE
Picked Up and Delivered Bids
Prices Dupted for Spot or Future
WE WANT TO BUY
jA(|ADiik Harrows, I
STOCK HEIFERS: 60.00-72.00.
SLAUGHTER STEERS: GOOD TO
CHOICE 63.00-66,33. MEDIUM TO
GOOD 37.00-63.00, HEAVY CHOICE
OVER 1430 LB. 58.00-63.00.
HOLSTEIN STEERS; HEAVY
32.00-37.00, LIGHT 45.00-55.50.
SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: GOOD TO
CHOICE 63.00-64.83, MEDIUM TO
BULLS: HEAVY 35.00-60.10, LIGHT
COWS: FEW HIGH DRESSING UP TO
47.00, UTILITY (HOLSTEIN)
44.00- COMMERCIAL TO GOOD
39.00- CULL COWS 38.00 AND
VEALS: GOOD TO CHOICE
70.00- MEDIUM TO GOOD
808 CALVES: 60.00 AND DOWN.
HOLSTEIN BULL CALVES
RETURN TO FARM (90 TO 120 LB.)-
HOLSTEIN HEIFER CALVES
RETURN TO FARM (100 TO 120 LB.) -
BEEF CROSS CALVES RETURN
TO FARM UP TO 136.00.
HOGS: TOP QUALITY 36.50-38.00,
HEAVY 36.00-38.00, LIGHT
SOWS; NONE AVAILABLE.
MALE HOGS: NONE AVAILABLE.
LAMBS: 60.00-73.00; FEEDER
LAMBS UP TO 73.00.
SHEEP: UP TO 31.00.
LIVESTOCK PRICES ARE ALL
GIVEN PER HUNDRED WEIGHTI
EXTENDED PARTS DEPT.
SEPT. C THRU OCT. 29
MON. * TUBS * THURS
* Fn. 7 00 AM-8:00 PM
WED 7 00 AM-S:00 PM;
SAT. 7.00 AM-12 NOON
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