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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

CANCER COSTS $12 BILLION Some 500,000 new cancer cases -will be reported this year in the U S , while a total of 700,000 will be under medical care for cancer That means a loss of 3,500,-000 man-years of work and will cost the economy $12 billion m loss of goods and services. and not get horizon into tne picture, and some of the ground .below..

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Wolgemuth Bros., Inc nowm FOR POULTRY & LIVESTOCK Florin, Pennsylvania Phones : Mount Joy 3-9551 & _^_Sl!

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

* _» _PLANTJYOUR SAVING WHERE MONEY GROWS 2 Per Cent Interest Paid on Saving* Deposits.""_^ 2 _Yi P_^r Cent Interest Paid on one year _Certificates of Deposit. The First National Bank STRASBURG, PA. DEPOSITS INSURED ¦¦

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

BUCKINGHAM ROOFING SLATE Equal in every respect to Peach Bottom Call Us Lane. Co. Distributors L. CLYDE SMITH & SON 194 Greenfield Rd Ph. 28015 Lancaster

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

llflBinHfcflHMBaaB BELMONT 97 Per Cent Pure Agricultural Limestone Soil Testing Service CALL DAVID B. JOHNS Overland _?-3301 WENGER & SENSEN1G CO Phone Gap HI 2-4500 R. D. 1, Paradise, Pa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Women's Page (Continued from page eight) LEMON SPONGE PIE One cup granulated sugar Three tablespoons _^flour Three tablespoons demon juice Two eggs One cup milk One tablespoon melted " butter A few grains of salt Mix sugar and flour, add lemon ju'ce, egg yolks, milk, butter and salt. Then fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Bake in one crust, about 350 degrees. Remove from oven before too firm, as it will set while it cools- _v < > WHOLE WHEAT ROLLS 1 cup mashed potatoes 3-4 cup sugar 3-4 cup shortening 1 cup milk 2 eggs beaten 1 package of yeast 5 cups whole wheat flour 2 cups white flour 2 teaspoons salt To mashed potatoes add sugar and beaten egg. Heat milk and shortening Add to potato mixture. Dissolve yeast in 2 tablespoons of warm water, add to cooled potato mixture. Add flour to which the salt has been added Put in refrigerator overnight Next day take out, knead _anS let rise. Roll dough about 1-3 inch thick, cut with a round cutter. Crease through the center, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

About Your Home By FRANCES DELL A new process finishes colored Concrete m brick or tile patterns 1 at half the cost of conventional materials. New tools designed for the purpose of _impressing fresh, colored concrete, with various patterned surfaces are now being manufactured by a well known California concrete company-The process makes ppssible the manufacture of various brick, tile pr other patterns on the job. It is the result of four years development work and has been-subjected to severest tests. » * * The tools _^re constructed of a cast-aluminum _qlloy, light enough but strong enough to withstand heavy use 'and obtain the required penetration . The method of installation ds simple and the manufacturer claims _^ that with, the use of their tools any experienced cement finssher can create either brick or tile patterns in colored concrete in about the same time it takes to lay gray slab at only a fraction of the cost of the conventional materials The process can be Used ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

In Fashion Now The most apparent change in the shoe scene Is that heels are getting slimmer all the time, even ¦though their heights are not towering. The desire of American women for _^comfortable, glovesoft shoes on " "toeels they can enjoy wearing has prompted the entire shoe industry to come out with high-fashion styles incorporating all these features. Colored heels on patent, suede and calf shoes are a Spring fashion note Many black patent shoes are being set off by a gold ornament instead of the more expected trim or piping. This gold gleam is going to head into Summer You will see many white shoes being piped m gold kid or with ,tmy gold buttons. This is said to be in keeping with the Oriental fashion trend generally The neutials m the beige-tobrown family are very popular Such colors as _iflax tones. French bread coloring, turtledove and maple are getting a big reaction from Style-wise women- Yellow 15 going .to be an important color for late Spring and Summer. Ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Foods, Fads On Society 10 June Schedule Husbands of Farm Society will be entertained April 21 at Zinn's Diner, Ephrata, where Dr. Paul Zt Rummel, on the staff of Millersville State Teachers College, will speak. On Saturday, April 7, the Society will _^ meet at the home of Mrs. Monroe Hufford, 175 Delp Road, to hear Mrs Anna De-Planter Bowes discuss "Foods, Fads and Fancies." Hostess at the Saturday meeting was Miss Rachel Bollinger, HI Lifitz, Mrs Neil Clark, president, spoke on Farm and Home Safety Practices, and Harry Erdman, superitendent of the Hershey Rose Gardens, described displays at the Gardens Mrs Clark emphasized safety rules the farm wife can put into effect as well as- the men, along with home safety rules. Mrs. Adrian H. deVink conducted devotions. Mrs- Viola Marvel reported on the recent Lancaster _paratyphoid discussion meeting-A meeting will be held April 4 at the Raub Supply Co. in Lancaster to work on re-covering lamp shades. Mrs. Gay Reidenbaugh, _Litatz,...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

this cut um y down A to SIZQ* -s* Only $279.50 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. Model 47 is light weight, operates full power in any position. Six models, gasoline powered, with blades 14" to 36". _jgsmfa Come_^n and see.it, try £ |||j ;;; \ It, buy it. It'll save you (jlll|!| I timt, _makt' you money. Vfflf p _P _MAQT Saw and Knife Jfl/ldl Service N 605 Marietta Ave. Lancaster Ph. 24291 _.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

CHICKS OGAN'S For most efficient meat production: Cornish Crosses, White Rocks, Delaware Crosses, Silver Crosses. Dominant White Cockerels for profamous Logan Crosses. Logan Cornish ducing Cornish For High Egg Production: Demme Leghorns from Candidate Matings or Mt, Hope Leghorns for White eggs. Logan famous Sex Links. Logan Whites, or R. I. Reds for brown eggs. Pa.-U.S. Approved Pullorum Typhoid Cleaa Brand New Catalog available JMBIUTY jJYABILITY ONCEVITY L. L. LOGAN. BOX L, Kennett Square, Pa

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Yei, 50 or more manufacturers of power operated farm equipment specify Wisconsin Air-Cooled Engines... a» power units on balers, hay choppers, forage harvesters, combines_. conveyors, sprayers, pumps, garden tractors, lawn mowers, and many other types of equipment. It's a never equalled record 1 More farm machines are powered by Wisconsin Air-Cooled Engines than any other make of engine. Ample proof why a compact, portable Wisconsin it your best buy for power chores... 2 to 30 hp., 4 cycle single cylinder, 2-cylinder and V type 4 cylinder engines. BART'S Repair & Service 1952 Landis Valley Rd. Lancaster Ph. 21568

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

FURNACE OIL By uiing TEXACO FURNACE OIL you can alway« Count On A Warm Home CALL US FOR QUICK SERVICE Garber Oil Company MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 PENNA.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

JOHN D. GRAHAM A. H. BURKHOLDER TELEPHONE _37O-R_4 TELEPHONE 17S 8c GRAHAM BURKHOLDER PAVING AND EXCAVATING ASPHALT TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 QUARRYVILLE.PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

From Years Ago: John A. McSparran Named State Ag Secretary in 1930 Lancaster Farming here presents another in a series of articles prepared by Charles C. Slentz, Quarryville — a_^look into the past history of Lancaster County, gleaned from files of county newspapers Lancaster County was in _% the state limelight mid-January, 25 years ago, both agriculturally and politically The local figure m focus was John A. McSparran, late of Furniss, Drumore township He was master of the Pennsylvania State Grange ten years, and Gifford Pmchot, then returning to Harnsburg for a second gubernatorial term, named this warm friend to the post of Secretary of Agriculture. The reelected Governor- was quite eftusive in appraising the qualifications and capacity of his new appointee, conceded ito be a man "as familiar as it was possible to be with the day-by-day problems of _agnculturalsts throughout the state " Farmer, preacher, ardent temperance advocate and prohibition leader, _McSpafran ever ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

It's The Law "It's the Law" with simple answers Is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Association- General interest questions are welcomed, and will be answerer as soon as possible. Letters must be signed. Answer will'toot be published on a specifcedTireqi&sted day. Questions cannot be answered by mail, and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of _gemeral public interest Address all inquiries to "It's the Law," LANCASTER FARMING Quarryville, Pa. Q. If <a resident of Pennsylvania drives his automobile across a State line to purchase liquor or _cigarets in another State and then return to Pennsylvania, what penalty- may be imposed by our Commonwealth? Does the State Wave the .right to confiscate the merchandise and the automobile? F. K- A. Upon conviction of illegally importing liquor (from another State into Pennsylvania, a person shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $300, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Farm Calendar (If you wish your Coming Events listed in these colums, write a card or letter to LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville, Pa. Be sure to include name of sender.— Editor). MARCH March 10—Society of Farm Women 13 entertains Society 4, Farm Bureau Building, Lancaster. March 12-16, Second Grassland Farming Short Course, Pennsylvania State U. March 12-17—Philalelphia Flower Show. March 13—Farm Women '22, auction of homemade .materials, home _otf Mrs. Eugene Bare, Rl Burd-in-Hand. March 14—Farm Women 16, home of Mrs Jean _Pownall, Christiana. March 14—Farm Women 9, 10, 15 attend Philadelphia Flower Show (March 14—Society of Farm Women 14, home of Mrs Robert Esbenshade, Rl Ronks. March 14—Farm Women 22, visit Lancaster County Home. March 15—Lancaster County Poultry Association Banquet, 7 p. m, Hostetter's Banquet Hall, Mount Joy. March 15—Farm Women 6 to Philadelphia Flower Show, meet 6.30 A. M., home of Mrs. S. ASheaffer, 434 So Main St, _Elizabethtown. March 17— Farm Wome...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 March 1956

Confusion on Farm in Sales Tax Prevalent How does the newly enacted Pennsylvania three-per cent sales tax affect farmers? This question prevailed at _preis time Signed at 11 53 p m. Tuesday, it went into effect seven minutes later. There are 17 categories on which the tax applies: 1, motor vehicles and maintenance of them, 2, formal day and evening wear, articles using hides or furs; 3, construction, remodeling equipment and supplies; 4, furnishings and appliances for home and commercial use, 5, industrial, business, professional and commercial supplies; 6, cosmetics and drugs except drugs on prescription. 7, tobacco products except those already taxed by the Commonwealth; 8, luggage and leather goods; 9 _lewelrv etc , 10, books, stationery supplies', 11, games, hobbies, _nhotogriphic equipment and supplies, also on sports equiument; 12. flowers plants, shubbery, trees, fertilizers, sprays, insecticides, bulbs * seeds; 13, fuel oil, petroleum products for heating purposes; 14, h...

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