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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Denning . Penn State extension nuitrJtioiMst . CLEAN BRUSHES After _cleaning paint from _brmibfife _, dry Utiem _througSifly and wirepin > _sape ) r Hamg up or put on ia flaC _ruriatse . Do not let the hrvnh rest tm Its bnrles , eautions Sinna B . Black , Penn Sua _+ e _ewVn _^ u home management o&cia > _Vst . BRIGHTEN TOYS Tv _* for young children «( hmi I d h _« of BrieMl colors , n . _~> t grayed or f J rd . _Marguerite L . Duvrall , Pemn _We _extemicn family life sip-oia-1- l _suggest _such c n lors a _^ blue , _yf -iWi green , _vistet , red and ¦ orange . CUT VELVET Wfoen _cutting velvet nviterial , _Tt _iace _pattern itsdcices fo t _^ e _ipile rtms up _* ihe garment to _~ sihow » roher and deteiper color , adv _^ e _5 _f-nffo | i « y l Bessom , Peru State _extension cl&tihmig sbeeial st . he Calendar I KEEP APPLES lie * keep longer tfean mo : ¦ Traits so you . can _feuy 1 _tei ¦ btity and store for fatur * Bore only soun...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Women ' s Page [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Women s Page Free To Women ... One yeai charter subscription to LANCASTER FARMING to one _housewue _eat-n week who submits tne _oest letter . . recipe . homemaking hint . Send your letter to LANCASTER _FARMING , Quarryvilie , fa . Societies 15 and 16 Visit County Home Twelve members of Faim Women s Societies 15 and 16 in Lancaster CountyFriday visited the County Home and treated guests to cup cakes and dixie cups . On Wednesday evening , Society 16 met at the home of Mrs Annie Graham in Georgetown , with Harriet Graham as co-hostess The meeting opened with the group singing America the Beautiful , devotions and flag salute m charge of Haniet Graham Mrs Katie Matthews , secretaiy , read the minutes of the previous meeting and took roll call The afternoon was spent making cancer pads for hospitals The next meeting will be the Christmas banquet at Rhoad s Spanish Tavern in _Quarryville for club members and their iarmilies ICE CREAM HARRISBUKG — Those hot , dry days of August sent Penns...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Farm Society 14 to Give Christmas Party Mrs Roy R Shelly has been elected president of Society of Farm Women 2 , and , will be installed with other new officers t January She was elecied last week in a meeting-at the home of Mrs- Clarence Boll , R 2 , Maimeim . Other officers named were Mrs Victor Gish , vice president ; Mrs . Harry Longenecker , recording secretary ; Mrs . Charles Keller , corresponding secretary ; Mrs . Alvin Graybill , treasurei _* and Mrs . Harvey Spangler , assistantPlans are underway for a childrens 5 _ Chnstmas party at the Penryn fire hall Saturday , Dec 10The club meeting was attended by 28 members , who voted a $ 5 donation to the Muscular Dystrophy drive , and donations were made to three families in the area . SAVE VITAMINS The secret of _cooking frozen Vegetables successfully is to cook I he vegetables until lust fender That way you save vitamins , brigM colors , and fresh flavor , remands Mariorie J . Wormeiek , Penn Sfcate _extension nutritionist If #...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

COMPARE AND YOU WILL FIND THE BEST CANDIES COST LESS ZIPFS DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES and Caramels Fresh Cas iews Salted Almonds $ 1 . 20 Per Lb . $ 1 . 00 Per Lb . $ 1 . 50-Per LK THE CANDY SHOP 311 N : Queen St ., Lancaster Ph . 4-0207

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

jro _f per annum rate on current dividend Insured Savings and Investment Certificates Savings received by the 10 th of any month earn from the 1 st of that month —• payable June 30 and December 31 . FIRST FEDERAL avimte andJoan _ASSOCIATION LANCASTER mG 3 m > 25 Worth Duke St . / _# 2 § TlTniP - ( f _lM m \ w phoii _* 58 SM * IS Emlen H . Zellers , Secretary & Treasurer

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

W / 1 • . Mall early plea for the coming WelSHill £ ftOIl Christmas season- Postal officials _O expect the largest Christmas man |\ j . load in history this year and anliOlCS « nounced thai the nation s railroads are joining the department 56 GI INSURANCE DIVIDEND in its drive for early mailings to Approximately 5 , 500 , 000 World promote speedier deliveriesWar I and World War II veterans will split _abou-c $ 219 billion in LIVINC COSTS Government life insurance dm- -Gabriel Hauge , President Eiseni dends in 1956 , according to an an- hower s economic advisor , recentnouncement by the Veterans Ad- ly predicted that the cost of livministration The nearly 5 , 000 , 000 ing may creep up m the months veterans of World War II will re- aheavi 7 while the boom in indusceive a total of $ 195 million in re- trial output _cbuld taper off . He gular annual _dividands on nation- recommended that the Governitl service _hfa insurance , while ment keep a sharp eye out for about 370 , 000 holders ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

_w « _ww _» _s ** t _ - _wtoyyiw- •• j * r _?* K v _*¦ _wwp _^* _y _*| _raipww _* A ¦ :: _^ K s Sf _5 £ _^ s >* _J-s MS youll build a richer lif _logether—with Faith No man is an Island — The really important moments are moments shared with your family . lifetime These are the hours you remember They are the ones which linger longest in each week at your church or synagogue . A ? the memory of your children . they find God ,, so will your own faith grow Surely one of the greatest gifts within ~~ ~ Joining together in worship is more than your power to give a child is your belief an act of faith . It s a link with the future in God . And what more natural way to ... a point upon which you and your family do it than by worshiping with your family can . build a better tomorrow . Give them a Faith to live by £ _SK _^ Worship with them this week 1 _. 1 !

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Hess , Horton Retire from Co-Op Duties Mark N . _Witmer , Dalmatia , will head the Pennsylvania Association of Farmer Cooperatives next year as president , following retirement last week of Simeon A . Horton , manager of the Mount Joy _, Farmers Cooperative- ^ M ; ark S- Hess , R 6 , Lancaster , vice president of the state association , also lotired . He has been succeeded by Floy Mams , Shippensburg . Mr- Hess is president of the Lancaster County Farm Bureau _Cooperative . / . Continuing previous positions are _Secretary Treasurer George M . Myers , Hamsburg ; and on the executive committee , John Melhorn of Mount Joy ; G . A- Borger , Allentown ; Elmo Undercoffler , Worcester ; John B . Peters * Gardners and L . S _Thomas , Harrisburg . Sen James H Duff ( Rep • Pa . ) was called upon to urge the In-terstftte-Cbmmerce Commission to reconsider its advanced Dec 1 deadline on truck leasing . ( -March 1 , 1956 origmaiiy was set as the effective date for the rule prohibiting authorized ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

_^¦ i _. in ¦ . . . i ¦ reider Renamed ical Inter-State ttk Co _* Op Head iEverett Kreider , Quarryville , r re-elected president of [ Quarryville Local of the Innate Milk - Producers Coative , _District li , last week , [ Howard D . Wagner , QuarryL was re-elected president of [ Southern Lancaster Local . I the annual fall meeting , of I Locals , the secretary-1 reas i for each group also was rejed—Alvm M- Wenger , of _fryville , for Quarryville , and _pey E Kreider of Drumore Southern _Lancaster County . The _Quarryville Local also elected Robert C . Groff , Quarryville vice-president ; Herbert S . Hess , Quarryville ; Paul M- Wenger , Quarryville , and Harold C Herr , Kirkwood , delegates to the Inter-State Annual Meeting ; __ and Jason L . Weaver , Paul H Herr , and Melvm C . Boyce , alternate delegates . The Southern Lancaster Local elected Samuel H . Kreider , Quarryville , vice-president ; James B . Lefever , _Quarryville , Roy W . Wagner , QMarryville , and Thomas Bradley , ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

1955 Wool to Top 10-Year U . _S . Average Wool shorn from sheep on _Penn s _, lvania farms _ihs season _totaletj 1 , 832 , 000 lbs , the State Department ot Agriculture has announced Federal-State records show this compares with last year s totaJ production of 1 , 170 , 000 lbs and the K [ -average oi 3 , 733 , 000 lbs . The increased production this > ear is attributed to an advance in the number of sheep shorn , and a slight _^ ncrtase m the average weight per fleece , the Department said The average fleece weight this > € _i . r was 7 6 lbs against 7 5 lbs foi , last year which was the same as the 10-year average . Sheep shorn this year amounted to 241 000 head as compared -with 236 , 003 head in 1954 , the survey showed The average number shorn- in the past lu years is _Z 6 \ _i ,- 000 head The estimates- on Pennsylvania production at * 1 based on voluntary reports from wool producers ; n cooperation with the rural mail carriersNational production of wool t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Pennsylvania Park Visitors 10 Million Secretary Mam ice K . Goddard , Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters , today announced the final attendance report for all State Parks According to regularly submit ted Park records , the total for the period ending with Labor Day week-end has been computed as 10 , 530 , 711 visitors . In commenting on this record attendance , Secretary Goddard extended congiatulations to our Park . Personnel for the splendid job of maintaining neat and healthful facilities for the enjoyment of the entire Commonwealth He further stated , it is no simple feat to manage and maintain the many details necessary to provide the wonderful outdoor -pleasaures offered in our State Park . Even this late in fall , it is anticipated that several million additional persons , will be clocked through areas administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters within the next month Full time duty status of Park- and Forest personnel- is being maintained thr...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Farm Income Drops Lower in Past Two Years [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Farm Income Drops Lower in Past Two Years _Pennsylvania a farm cash _, in dome has declined nearly ten iper ¦ c ent in the past two years , ODr William L . Henmngs state secreItary of agriculture , told the Pennsylvania _Growers Association , meeting m Hannsiburg last week Farm receipts the first ei * W _imcofhs of 1955 are falling ab _p U > t a _imiV _ ion dollars under the comparable 1954 period But , the Secretary added , tihe farmer is due for a better break , ihe is looking for his _riglhitful share of any prosperity , that is bezng passed around , and wihen ihe gets it , the entire _eommunnv , county , state and nation will benefit Our Pennsylvania farmers , Dr Henning * itold earlier , are feeling the effects of this downward trend in income In the United States last year the per capita income of farm people averaged $ 918 as compared with $ 1 , 836 for _non-ifarmers More good and services will be abailaMe ifihe farmer when farm income gets into . better balance \ ...

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