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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Altman's Super-A Feeds are timed tested scientif c_^lly _bi ' anced, vitamin comp _' ete and are manufactured daily in 'hree modern plants. Compare our prices. 20 pc. Egg Mash $ 3 85 16 pc. Blue Bird Dairv ... $ 2.55 20 pc. Egg Mash 20 pc. Blue Bird Dary . .2.75 Growing Mash 16 pc Blue Bird Egg Mash 3.55 Pellets . .. S5 i Pellets 4 00 . .. 4S5 Crumbles 4 15 .3 05 . . ..3 35 . . 3 55 3 95 Feeds 8 10 ( Growing Mash Special Chop . Scratc'a Feed . Hog Feeds 20 pc OF Furerain Pigeon Corn ...: 320 Cracked Corn _^ . 3.30 Dog Meal (25 lbs ) 2.05 Peat Moss (Bale) 4 20 Stazdry (Bale) 2.20 Rabbit Pellets 4.65 ALTMAN'S CASH FEED STORE Wh.Ll_£ 947 Harrisburg_^ . 4-7715 H. WEAVER; MANAGER h. weaver; manager Ave. Phone Lane WE DELIVER

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

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Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

_• _A _-^^--_^_w_^_N_^--_^ _s _w*^_taA _^_X^^ Lancaster County's Own Farm Weekly Newspaper Established November 4, 1955 . Published every Friday by OCTORARO NEWSPAPERS Quarryville_, Pa. — Phone 378 (Lancaster Phone 4-3047) STAFF Alfred C. Alspach Publisher Ernest I Neill Editor C. Wallace Abel ' Business Manager Robert G. Campbell Advertising Director Subscription Rates : $2.00 Per Year Three Years $5.00 ; 5c Per Copy. « Application for Second Class Matter mailing permit pending MEAT PRODUCTION Meat production in 1955 will set a record and a _. high volume for 1956 is "almost _certain," the Agriculture Department reports. By the end of this year, about 26.7 billion pounds — five per cent more than in 1954 — will be produced for the United States consumer and export markets. Bumper crops of feed, good condition of most ranges, the large number of meat animals on farms, with a likely record number of cattle to be fed and increased hog production, this fall, all support the conte...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Voice Of Lancaster Farms (Readers are invited to write comments on Lancaster Farming, about current events, or other topics. Letters should be brief, and must be signed. Names will be withheld if requested. — Editor;. Editor, Lancaster Farming — have just received my sampli copy of Lancaster Farming, con gratulations _oa. a fine paper — well balanced editorially, lull o useful information, well printed_, am not a _farmer but would lik< to receive copies regularly; s< here is my subscription — Joni D. Kenderdme, Holtwood. Ernest Neil! — Have just re ceived the first copy ot _JLancastei Farming and it s great You, Wallj and Bob are to be congratuiatec on a terrific ]ob and we _leel as sured that youi new enterprise will become even more success ful with each jssue as it comes out The Godfrey Agency, 'ihomas F Godtrey, Lancaster. Editor — Lancaster I 1 arming cannot help but be successful. II has been long overdue. uest wishes.-— Jack Reichard, Holtwood. Dear Ernie ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

^^—I' 31 _* §»8I lnlMMlion.1 Umfor/n WWM Pffia _ _f" nd *;._^°° l i'T' > . Wwm . Background Scripture* Luke 8 17-49 Devotional _Reading: 2 Peter 1 2-8. The Golden Rule Lesson for November 13, 1955 T IVING is an art, not a science. •¦—' Jesus did not come to give us a . heavenly rule-book. On the other hand he did not live and die merely to provide us with tickets to heaven. For others, as for himself, he felt _tffe tremendous importance, " here and now, of this present life. He left behind him not _rujes but general broad principles_^ for living in this world as sons and daughters of the Most High God. Jesus' principles were not the stuffy sort of thing that only philosophers can understand. His disci- , pies, we know, were all men of *> «•. Foreman limited education, the plainest of plain people. If Jesus had tried any theological gobbledygook on them, it would have gone clear over _theif heads. What he sajd could have carved on short tombstones, written on ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

48-Acre Farm $815 Per Acre Totaling $39,206.60, a 48-acre Earl Township farm sold this week to Wilson Mantan, Jar, Rl, ' _Eptaraiba, figuring $815 per acre. Seller was Ivan H. Nodt, anc Frank L. Steller auctioneer. For the first time, researchers recently blended corn fiber with cotton and wool to weave material for clothing. Another way of by-passing th_« Golden Rule is to say simply that it won't work. "It is a lovely ideal, the world would be much pleasxnter to live in, for all of _ui_, if we could live by it; but w_« can't, io let's get on with the practical business ol dog-eat-dog, every man for himself and th_« devil take the hindmost." Again let ui remember that if Jesus had not lived by his own rule, every listener would have known him for a hypocrite and the Golden Rule would have perished-in a blast of cynical _laughter. It worked in Nazareth, it worked in the carpenter shop. To bring it down to our own times in America, and to take the hardest of applications of t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Farm Calendar NOVEMBER Nov. 12 — Closing date, livestock classes entering Pennsylvania Farm Show. Nov. 14 -18 — Eastern National Leivtsock Show, _Timoniiimi, Md. Nov. 17-18 — State Soil Conservation District Directors Conference Hannstmrg. Nov. 22 — County Holstein-Friesian meeting, Gap Fire Hall. Nov. 24 — Thanksgiving Day. DECEMBER Dec. 1 — Entry closing date foi tunkeys, 4-H and vocational poultry classes , Pennsylvania _Farm Show. Dec. 5-7 — Farm Income Tax< Social Security short course! Pennsylvania U. Dec. 5-10 — Ice Cream for Supply Men Short Course, Pennsylvania U. Dec. 12 — Entry closing date for iboriler, fryer and roaster chickens, Pennsylvania Farm Show. Dec. 15 — (Tentative — Lancaster County Farm Equipmeenit Dalers Christmas dinner meeting, Hostetter's Banquet HaU, Mount Joy. Dec. 17 — Entry closing date, 4-H beeves, 4-H slheep, Pennsylvania Farm Show. In spite of the dozens ot vltanins, minerals and otner essen-:ial elements needed tor a good ivestock r...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Women's Page Free To Women... One yeai charter subscription to LANCASTER FARMING to one housewite eaen week who submits tne Debt letter . . . recipe . . homemaking hint. Send your letter to LANCASTER FARMINti, QuarryviHe, fa. Neigbors Shuck Corn at Lititz Miles E Harsh itinzers, Knows the worth ot neighbors and neignborliness, for recently 41 moved in * and husked about six acres ot corn for him Mr Harsh has been in ill health for some time. Helping were Elam K. King, Ray Acker, Christ K. Stoltzfus, H Rutter Skiles. Amos F. Yoder, David Stoltzfoos, Elam R. King, George E Hoar, Christ Stoltztoos, Silas JV. Hersney, MarK iiersney, Elam S. Fisher, Joseph B. Fisher, William B Fisher, M Clair Hershey, Ezra King, C. K King, Jacob K _Beiler, Jacob L Zook, Samuel Zook, Robert Klmg, Clarence Weir, Lloyd _Ziriders, Koss Usner, Jacob S. _Stoltzioos, Isaac JKby, George H. Eel. man, Elam Buckwaiter, Jones S Lapp, Aaron Myer, Christ K. Blank, Morns Groff. John S. Beiler, Willis D. Hershey, Ra...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Recipes SANDWICH _FILLIN0.S Egg-Ripe Olive Sandwicn tilling y*. cup chopped hard-cooKed eggs 2 tablespoons chopped, ripe olives 3 _tablespons mayonnaise or salad dresmg VA tablespons chopped green pepper _Vz teaspoon salt Combine eggs, olives, mayon-Yield: 7* cup, or filling tor t sandnsise, green pepper and salt_, vuches. Corn Chip _Mutted tomatoes Peaches Cecuy 6 almond macaroons 8 marshmallows cut small pieces Vi c. _whipping cream 3 medium peaches 1 pint vanilla icu cream Crumble macaroons into bowl, add marshmallows and cream. Chill overnight. Peel peacties and cut in half. Put cut side up in sherbert glasses. Top with- ice cream. Beat chilled mixture until smooth. Spoon- over peacn and ice cream. 1 medium onion, sliced tine % cup diced celery 2 tablespoons tat 1 pound ground beei / 1 teaspoon sail 1 can tomafo sauce 1 cup crusbed corn chips 8 fresh tomato cups Brown onion and celery in hot fat; add ground beef and salt and stir well. Cover and cook mixture 10 minutes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Wrap Up Kitchen Freedom in Gift Dishwasher BY EDNA MILES ITS fun to entertain. The * excitement of getting ready, of trying out,a new recipe, of polishing up the silver and getting out your prettiest linen all make for e _festive feeling. ? But the letdown comes when the party's over. Surveying the wreckage, you ask yourself if it was worth it. But that's all wrong. Because sharing your home with your friends—being hospitable—brings everyone concerned the healthiest kind of emotional reward. _ _^ Nevertheless, few of us relish the cleanup department. By the timeline last dish and ash tray have been put aeatly away, ' it's usually two a.m. |_fr That's why, when you make up your Christmas list, it might be well to consider pooling family funds for gift-buying and putting ' them- all into the purchase of a mobile dishwasher, one-" that you can guide around the kitchen and dining room to pick up dirty dishes or store clean ones.. •¦«_&' *• It's a family investment, true,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

McCULLOCH Model 47 CHAIN SAW Makes any woodcutting job easier and faster. It's a one-man saw for professional logging, pulp cutting, tree surgery; for farm and ranch jobs like construction and clearing land. Mode| 47 is light wei o nt, operates full power in any position. Six models, gasoline powered, with blades 14" to 36". _x_^x Come in and see it, try /_ffl_^^ it, buy it. It'll save you i _fEs! time, make you money. Nlggipj_' _MACT Saw and Knife ififtJl Service 605 Marietta Ave. Lane. Ph-24291

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

is best for CHICKWEED CONTROL in ALFALFA STRAWBERRIES Order yours now from your dealer or J. C. EHRLICH CO 736 L CHESTNUT ST. Phone 3-2489 Lancaster, Pa

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

COMPARE AND YOU WILL FIND THE BEST CANDIES COST LESS ZIPFS' DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES and Caramels Fresh Cashews Salted Almonds $1.20 Per Lb. $1.00 Per Lb. $1.50 Per Lb THE CANDY SHOP 311 N. Queen St., Lancaster Ph.4-0207

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Rural Women Help Hike Labor Total More and more rural women have joined the labor force in the last 15 years, reports Sanna D. Black, extension home management specialist of the Pennyslvania State University. About a fifth of all rural farm _people who now work tor wages are women. A fourth ot all rural women between the age of 20 and 50 years are m the labor torce: A million women living on tarms are employed in nonfarm work. TRI-TOWN ELECTRIC CO GAS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES SALES & SERVICE Electrical Contracting Leola, Pa. Phone 6-6661 "Open Thur*. & Fri. 'till 9"

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

=\= SALES SERVICE R. M. Brubaker.Inc SALUNGA. PA Phone LandisviHe 4016

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Mailing First Edition Thousands and thousands of 000 rural boxho'ders in Lancaster copies of Lancaster-Farming were County, as shown in the picture counted, bundled and sorted by above, taken by Ray Westafer. staff members and mailed to 22,- or up in numbers, out win gradually work uphill on a p<u with human .population, ne aavised, due to mci eased ieea supplies, a 17 per cent increase m Corn Belt corn production, ana good range pasture conditions. "Feeder prices are strong, ana they may continue strong, ivir King said, "and cattle leeding is is placed so highly on thickness X)f backfat, was the _prooe measurement made on a live nog _oy the extension representative, un the U.S No. 1 hog, an acceptaDie 1 5 inches was recorded wnue tne next hog, a U S. No. 2, would carry a thicker layer — six to ±<s pounds more fat tor a _iara market that has been sorely depressed in recent montns, "Twelve to lo per cent oi tne hogs received at market today wm giade U.S No 1, an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 11 November 1955

Stilbestrol Prestige Increases; 1956 Operations Demand Economy Stilbestrol — or more properly _diethylstilbesitn>l — is rapid ly overcoming opposition as an ingredient in livestock feed at this moment compared to the situation several months back. "¦Criticism from packers has died out. Is it due possibly to a different form of use?" one _rwpre sentative of the Lancaster Stock Yards asked a few days back. His question was posed follow ing a discussion of the beef cattle situation and feed supply outlook iby Thomas King, tovestock extension specialist from Pennsylvania State University college of agriculture. Mr. King traced the history of stilbestrol in live beef cattle feeding, from early experiments at Iowa State College, from Purdue Univeristy and others. "At first, results were good for some, mediocre for others," the livestock specialist reported. However, he continued, 26 agric. cultural colleges in the middlewest, south and west 'have just summarized results of ...

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