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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Nobis Elected President of Angus Breeders Otto )fi. Nobis, new president of _^the American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders' Association, is an Iowa farmer and the son of a South Dakota homesteader. With his son, Dick, Mr. Nobis operates Wilton Farms at Daven port, which he purchased and stocked with registered Angus in 1934. OTTO G. NOBIS , Mr Nobis was born and reared at Kimball, South Dakota, on,a farm which had been homesteaded by his parents in 1880. He attended business college and worked at several jobs before becoming office manager for the Central Engineering Company in 1917. -Wilton Farms.has achieved a wide and respected reputation in Iowa and throughout the country for breeding fine cattle. Th« Wilton show string has won many prizes during the years it has- been on the tanbatfk trail, and in J939 a Wilton heifer Blackcap - 23fd of- Page, was named International Grand Champion female in Chicago. In addition to their son, Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Nobis .have a son, Tom, and daugh...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

7 Tips for Safe Driving During H_^avy Snowfalls HARRISBURG — Seven tips for safe driving during heavy snowfalls were offered today by Col.- E. J. Henry, Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner. His reeqmmendatiorcs- ~ are: - 1. When starting out in slippery weather, get the "feel" of the road befofe you enter heavy traffic. 2. Allow an extra margin of safety between your car and the vehicle ahead. " 3- Signal yflur intention to turn or stop well in advahe.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

USED TRACTOR BARGAINS Earmall H, Tractors Super A Tractor \ Super C Tractors Cub Tractor 1955 John Deere 70 Gasoline Tractor W/3 Bottom Plow 1955 Allis Chalmers WD 45 Tractor W/3 Bottom Plow - 1955 Case 411 Tractor W/3 Bottom Flaw -. McCormick Farm Equipment Store 1054 S. State St. Ephrata, Pa. Phone Ephrata 3-2283

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

1 _s FARM PROGRAM PUBLICITY You hear it around the farm, in town, in the office — they're all talking about the farm problem. Perhaps it was "The Crisis of Abundance" that started the talk, the television program that Secretary Benson called "demogoguery at its _woyst." The Lititz Record Express, prior to Mr. Benson's answer two weeks ago last night commented thusly on the first Edward R. Morrow program: "Previously the Secretary had said he couldn't discuss a 55-minute show in five minutes. We'll say he DID. It was Mr. Benson's evening." Whoever won, the event got publicity, in national magazines, in the metropolitan dailies, radio, television. It pointed up the fact that the farm problem is the concern of the nation. More attention is being focused on the farmer. In the cities, the approach, naturally, is' how much the farmer is costing the consumer who pays double what the farmer-receives for his pork. But as too often happens, nationwide publicity is shadowed by individual int...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

50 Years Ago This Week on Lancaster Farms (This Week In 1905) By JACK EEICHARD 200,000 Farmers Vote To Strike The entire nation, including farm produce dealers and speculators <were gravely concerned over the announcement made at the Indianapolis, Ind, headquarters of the American Society of Equity, 50 years ago this week, that a strike of its 200,000 farmer members would become effective March 1, 1906. Members had voted to withold tfrom market all agriculture products which did not meet minimum prices decreed by the society. Officials said' "The producer should get at least one dollar a bushel for wheat no matter what may be the size of the crop". 50 Years Old 50 Years Ago* At a meeting of the Octorarc Farmers' Olub Feb 19, 1906, at the residence of Mr and Mrs. Charles Maule_, near Christiana: Lancaster County, it was announced the organization would reach its 50th milestone during March that year. In a discussion to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the club, it was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Voice Of Lancaster Farms AND FARM FRIENDS (Readers are invitea to write comments on Lancaster Farming, xbout current events, or other topics. Letters should be brief, and must be signed. Names will be withheld if requested. — fcditor;. TO MISSOURI HEADER BAREVILLE — Will you please send 'Lancaster Farming' to Mrs . Roy Lmeberry, Hale, Missouri ' I am enclosing $100 for a year's subscription for her." She is my mother's first cousin. Many of her relatives are from the county here, also she has been in the county many times My mother and she correspond and she is always anxious to hear about Lancaster County. We feel this will be one way for her, as _,we couldn't think of all the news v.ou have and for just $100 for a year Still enjoy receiving your newsy paper Always anxious for Saturday's mail — as we receive it on Saturday Yours Truly, Mrs John B. Becker "I LIKE THIS PAPER" EPHRATA — While my husband was reading the Feb 3 sample copy of Lancaster Farm' ing, he stopped to rema...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

25 Years Ago Students Of Journalism Hear Fred Fuller Shsdd Students of Journalism al State College, were interested in what Fred Fuller Shedd, editorin-chief, of* 4he Philadelphia Bulletin, had to say in his talk on weekly newspapers, 25 years ago this week Shedd stated that _weekly _newspapers will always _cocbtinue a greaf force in the majority of small American communities. He said: "The weekly paper suffers little from competition with the daily, for the weekly serves a field particularly its own. Consequently the majority of weeklies are successful".' The Philadelphia newspaperman stressed two points about the weeklies to the students, urging weeklies continue free >of syndicated columns and eonucs, which he described as "derogatory forces to which the dailies have succumbed and which contribute to their banality". Outstanding Record Reported A B _Bingham, assistant state 4-H Club leader at _Pennsylvania State College, reported that nine heifers owned by the Clin...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

U. S., Third-Place Winner Writes Truck _Transportation Largest in "Full Utilization of Our Land Resources Through Truck And Bus Transportation" Webster defines ' transportation as follows, ".transporting, or condition off being transported; systems and modes of conveyance of persons or goods from place to p lace." Transportation aceets our lives every day of the year, if it ceased many people would be out oiNwork, millions of people would sitarve; and thousands of dollars would be lost Of all our transportation systems in the world, truck transportation is about the largest. Since the time that trucks were first used for transporting our crops, natural resources, and finished products, trucks have grown steadily. In every pHase of work they have increased our ability to ship more products, faster, at ithe right time, and chea per. There isn't any job too bi g or to6 small for a truck. Because trucks can go anywhere today ipeople don't have to hve near a railroad or a river...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Farm Boy Looks Ahead, Gets Quick Results on Pennsylvania Tree Farm This is the story of a Pennsylvania farm boy who is looking ahead to the future, but is al ready reaping rewards for his advanced planning. In a comparatively few shoii years, Glenn Gilbert, 16, of Newville, is going to harvest some trees for cash income if all goes well as it has up to now But these won't be ordinary trees — they will be ones Glenn has cared for right from the start . A member of the Cumberland County 4-H Forestry Club, Glenn last spring planted 1,000 Scotch pine seeds purchased from funds Ln the club's treasury He had an almost perfect . survival rate, and now has almost 1,000 thriving seedlings in two seed beds. Helps Manage Woodlot Next spring, he will plant the seedlings in his father's 15-acre woodlot Since Glenn eventuallj expects to take over the 182 J _acre farm, he expects to harvest the h-ees himself for a tidy profit. A firm believer in practicing forestry, Glenn has regularly hel...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

_Solanco Vo-Ag Staff DaS^/ £ _°? °" tstand T in _S vocational agriculture de-Hil _\ S ° wf rn La *? aster e°unty Joint Community High School, Quarryville, are shown above Mr _STevrfo_^' ?^ Ped 7? thG right The two have e ' _help _JSrf £ ? f thG °_" tstanding vo-ag divisions in the county and their records have extended far and wide through local, state and national competition

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Hessdale Makes County Map; in _1912 It Received Post Office Rating LANCASTER FARMING here presents another in a series of articles "From Years Ago, " written by Charles E. Slentz, Quarryville. These items of interest are bits of history, local in nature, universal in interest. Four years after the inception of the Slumbering Groundhog Lodge in Quarryville, the fraternal order which helped to put •that borough on the map in a bigger way than ever, Hessdale, in _StrasburgT township, "made" the map The occasion? - The establishing of a "new posit' office at Martinsville . • to be known_, as HessdSle." — The press of Feb 2, 1912, records that the office "opened for the accommodation of its patrons February 1." It further records that "an effort was made to-4iave (the name of the village given to the post office, but the-department would not grant it. ... The Martinsdale office was - discontinued when the rural delivery service was established, it will be located in the store of ...

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