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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

BART S Repair & Service . 1952 Landis Valley Rd Lancaster Ph . 21568 .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

_H Poultry Profits Start Here ! Give your chicks a better start with Early Rose * Nutrition Your future layers , broilers or breeders need extra nutrients now—during cntic » l growth periods—to insure profit later on . Give them th * t important early nutrition with Ked Rose Guaranteed Chick Feeds . Red Rose supplies your chicks with antibiotics , vitamins and growth stimulant that pay off in vigorous , faster growth » nd feathering For peak poultry production—start feedine Red Rose now ! _«*? s _£ _* _s _.-. 4 ,, _& - _* . < Z WEST WILLOW FARMERS ASSOCIATION i WEST WILLOW Ph . Lane . 4-5019 ¦ _vtsufimtt here s what happens with TRACTION BOOSTER DEAD WEIGHT HERE _CPJ iRap _^ _MWM bottom plow with WD-45 Tractor AUTOMATICALLY , AS NEEDED * MORE WORK Let us demonstrate ALLIS-CHALMERS _^ _T IKS DEAD WEIGHT ENGINEERING _II ACTION on your * LOWER COST farm- Cal 1 today _* Your choice of fuels , too , A I I | _£ _f U / I I Ai 1 ff AC _easoline . TP _cas . diesel . Ml...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Farm Women _ 14 Plan Stand at Red Rose Sale [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

Farm Women _ 14 Plan Stand at Red Rose Sale Attention M- DIA never failing remedy for brown sugar that has be- ( Continued on page nine ) Farm Women 21 To Hold Program Farm Women Society No . 21 met recently at th _§ home of Mrs . Lewis Walton , with Mrs . Thomas Bradley and Mrs . Earl Walton a : co-hostesses . Contributions of $ 5 each were made to the Lancaster County Unit , American Cancer Society and to the Lancaster County Society for Crippled Children and Adults . The Society provided entertainment for the guests at the Lancaster County Home on Wednesday , along with members Farm Women s Society No . 22 . For the Ways and Means Committee , Mrs . Charles Tindall reported receipts of $ 129 . 70 from three benefits . Mrs Parke Ressel presided and Mrs . Earl Walton had devotions Housecleaning hints were given during roll call . Mrs . Edison Osborne was in charge of the program . The group has been invited to be guests of Farm Women s Society No . 4 at their March 31 meeting . Plan...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

— 1 Free To Women ... One _yeat . charter subscription to LANCASTER FARMING to one housewire eaen week who submits tne Debt letter . recipe . . homemaking hint . Send- your letter to LANCASTER FARMING , Quarryvilie , fa . _machine , I put spare patterns and pieces on our daughter s toy ironing board . I sometimes use it to iron small parts I am sewing . It is a cheap table that folds out of sight . -. Ji It A As children outgrow their crib sheets , or if there are still good Sections in worn-out sheets ; I use these as a part sheet or as a hospital bed , draw-sheet to put over the top of the bottom sheet where the child heasd rests , which becomes Soiled quickly . This sheet is easily turned or changed while the larger sheet over . the mattress remains clean . I enjoy Lancaster Farming , she adds . A short time ago we had an inquiry from M . D . at Lancaster asking how or where to keep brown sugar . so it wont get lumpy or hard . Here s a reply from Mrs . Conrad Dupler , R 2 Elizabe...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
For the Farm Wife and Family [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family For the first time — or the first time in some time — a in a small carton , where everyseries of _household hints wins one can see and reach them _, this week s one-year subscription Mine is under a cupboard on the to Lancaster Farming . Maybe it sink . when children or adults would be best to quote the letter want a cloth to mop up spilled we ve received from Mrs Lester iiqulds , or a cloth for use at the B Weaver , RD . 2 Elizabeth town : garage or barn , there is no ques- * _x tion . They just go to the box Here are a few short cuts I of ciean cloths . Many cloths found practical in my household have been re-used and returned duties- First , instead of discard- wnen cleaned again ing all old clothes , I trim off < , _t . * seams and buttons- Then I fold the clean clothes and put them When sitting at a sewing

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Lady , It ' s Spring Again [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

Lady , It s Spring Again Can Spring be far behind ? Here s a view-out of the window of the new Octoraro Newspaper offices in Quarryville Monday morning , when gentle snows piled deeper and deeper on the streets and trees . Driving was most hazardous . ( Lancaster Farming Staff Photo ) ..

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

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Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

Make A Point To Visit Our Animal Health Department THE QUARRYV 1 LLE DRUG CO . QUARRYVILLE , PA PHONE 1 OO FURNACE OIL By uiing TEXACO FURNACE OIL you c » n always Count On A Warm Home UICK SERVICE Company Q 1 CALL US FOR < _Garbfcr Oil MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 _PENNA

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

When You Spray With 32 % Liquid NITROGEN BOOSTER Th * fatt action liquid nitrogen booster thit can be easily applied to crops when needed without waiting for rain . Contains all the necessary trace elements for fast , sturdy growth . Cannot be washed away b y rain . &oe * _-to work quickl y and lasts for months . mh * U $ _» ordinary weed _sar _« ytr . W _« ea * _liffer _. insecticides ana * _funaiciWes may a _« mrx _*«* with boester _« n « iar _« y _« 4 en _« t s _> m _« time . F . r ecru , kraut , small _aralai , Ua _« ma craps _, patataes . c . _ttai _, tob . ee . . Ml ¦• rmanent _aaitura . - Distributor PAUL B . HESS LITITZ R . D . 1

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Society 9 Will Collect Juices [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

Society 9 Will Collect Juices Farm Women 16 Record Resolution Honoring Mrs . Katie E . JVIatthews At a recent meeting , the Society of Farm Women No . 16 passed a resolution _, m honor 61 Mrs Thomas J . ( Katie _. Eshelman ) Matthews , Quarryville , who with heT husband and Mrs . Clay Woerth of Nickel Mines , were killed m a January auto crash in Kentucky On the committee composing the resolution were Mrs Frances B . Keene and Mrs Lillian Hanna . _rereads : _RESOLUTION In memory of Mrs Katie Eshelman MatthewsThe Society of Farm Women Number 16 wish to record the death of one oiLtheir members , Mrs . _TCatie Eshelman Matthews , who departed this Me January 28 , _ 1956 . She was the wife of Thomas J . Matthews , whose life was also taken in the same automobile accident in the State of Kentucky . Mrs Matthews untimely death leaves a vacancy that is keenly felt , not only by her relatives , her fnends , her church , but in our Society of Farm Women where she took an active part , having...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Society of Farm Women 8 To Meet April 21 , Mt . Joy [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

Society of Farm Women 8 To Meet April 21 , Mt . Joy Farm Women 2 Entertain in April Meeting Society of Farm Women 8 will hold their next meeting April 21 at the EUB Church social rooms , Mt . Joy , with Society 2 as guests The society met Saturday , St . Patricks Day , at the home of Mrs . Roy Greider near Mt . Joy . Devotions were in charge of Mrs Curvin _TSTartin . Response to roll _<; all was This Is the Time to— . Piano selections were given by Mrs Charles Shank , and a talk on Children of Kentucky was given by Miss Ruth Frankhauser , former missionary to Redbird Mission , Ky . During the business session it was decided that the members would sew paiamas for Rossmere Sanatorium , and make a contribution to the Cancer Society . Refreshments were served by the hostesses , Mrs . Roy Greider , Mrs Clarence Greider , Mrs . Curvm Martin and Mrs . Charles Shank . - Society of Farm Women 2 met in the home of Mrs . John Doucte , Manheim R 2 , on Saturday , March 10 th at 2 p ....

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Farm Women 18 Entertain 14 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

Farm Women 18 Entertain 14 Farm Women 15 Plan April 10 Luncheon Due to the , weekend blizzard , Society of Farm Women 15 has postponed its luncheon at Middle Octorara Church until Tuesday April 10 . Originally scheduled for last Wednesday noon , 150 reservations were received . Mrs . George Rmehart , chairman of the ways and means committee , and Mrs . Chester Collins , are in charge of arrangements . Of Society 16 Farm Womens _Society 18 entertained 14 members of Society 16 at a luncheon Saturday in the Farm Bureau Building on Dilleryille Road in Lancaster . * * Mrs . Raymond Storier presided at the meeting and Mrs . Sterling Elmer had charge of devotions . Roll call was answered with a safety hint . Christian _ H . Shenk spoke and showed slides of his trip to Europe last fall . Mrs . Martin Strickler , Jr ., sang several Irish songs , accompanied by Mrs . Melvin Hess . The Society sewed at the Lancaster General Hospital Thursday , and a bus trip to Washington , D . C . is planned ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

Your Mony Advisor Mutual oi New York R . H . PHILLIPS Life Insurance , Health and Accident , Retirement Income Plans S W . _Miio St . 53 N . _JDuke St Mountville Lancaster 5-9695 4-6062 Spring Needs LIME TOBACCO Seed Muslin POTATOES SEEDS Garden Field UICOR 0 _^ M COMPUTE PIANT FOOD Hardware S . Railroad Ave . New Holland , Pa

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

PLANT YOUR SAVINGS WHERE MONEY GROWS Per Cent Interest Paid oi Saving * Deposits . 2 ] / P _«* r Cent Interest Paid on one year 2 Certificates of Deposit . The First National Bank STRASBURG , PA . DEPOSITS INSURED When we stop to think we realize our everyday living depends on our eyes . Take good care of them . If you are in doubt visit your eye doctor . Doctors Prescriptions For Glasses Filled . _^ V _. tt _^ DAVIDS OPTICAL CO FITTING ADJUSTMENT REPAIRS 114 N . Prince St . —Lancaster Ph . 4-2767 Open Tues . and Fri . Bv « ni ngs PLUMBING & HEATING WATER SYSTEMS SHEET METAL WORK QUIET MAY OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE RALPH J . FISHER COCHRANVILLE Phone West Grove 5637 TWIN New Holland TICKET SALE ! HARVESTER WITH . DIRECT CUT FORAGE 300 FORAGE WAGON , SPREADER TRIPLE DUTY BUNK FEEDER Cash jn on this . Twin Ticket \ alue now ! Because right now — this week — - you get big double savings on tins brand new pair _ot 1956 New Hollands . You get the tremendous advan...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

3 romoW _uriffti _uffiU&ftTt _«» A _^ ntaA _«* _fftffW _^ Chicks —By Special Plane . , Ames-In-Cross chicks — now at Gold- sylvania . The plane , specially equipped , fus Hatcheries , Lititz — arrived at the heated and humidified , made the trip from Lancaster Airport Saturday afternoon by Iowa in seven hours , with a fuel stop in special plane . Aboard , with pilot Bob Nel- Ohio . Despite the Saturday snow , Bob son of Nevada , Iowa , were 470 _fr chicks — stepped out of the plane in shirtsleeves _, the first of their breed to arrive in Penn- ( Lancaster Farming Photo ) . Greeting Ames-In-Cross Chicks Here is the chaperone and reception committee for the first Ames-In-Cross chicks received in Lancaster County , beside the _^ plane which transported them here . From left to right : Bob Nelson , pilot : Chuck Simmons , eastern representative for Ames 4 n-Cross , and Earl H . Diehm , vicepresident of Goldfus Hatcheries , Lititz . ( Lancaster Farming Staff Photo ) .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 March 1956

CORN IS KING- * last year . Cotton was second , The nation s most valuable valued at 82 , 420 , 52 , 000 . TOfarm crop is corn , which this matoes ranked first among year was valued at 54 , 169 ,- fr * sh vegetables , with a . 538 , 000 , compared with $ 4 ,- valued t « _j 2 . 420 ) 529 , 000 . Tojs _^ _yrjw : «— - _-, _« j - * bushel , compared with $ 1 . 43 _• * value of $ 288 , 158 , 000 .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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