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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

24-Hour Service on—— Learners' Permits EDWARD G. WILSON Notary Public 16 S. Lime St. Lancaster. Pa

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Lancaster County's Own Farm Weekly Newspaper Established November 4, 1955 Published every Friday by OCTORARO NEWSPAPER Quarryvilje, Pa. — Phone 378 (Lancaster Phone 4-3047) STAFF Alfred C. Alspach _Publis Ernest T- Neill Ed C. Wallace Abel Business Mans Robert G. Campbeli -Advertising Direc Robert J. Wiggins .,. Circulation Direc Subscription Rates : $2 00 Per Year Three Years $5.00 ; 5c P,ec Copy. Application for Second Class Matter " mailing permit pend FOOD BILL RECOKD This year's food bill will be a record-breaking $1 billion or more, some 1.5 million greater than that of 19i i\dd to this bountiful supplies, stable or declining pric _ind the outlook for the consumer is rosy. Meat is plentiful. Despite flood and drougnt, ma, lections are recording the greatest harvest since 1948. Hi_^ _;r retail prices in the lines of apparel, household applian_? md 1956 model automobiles are also predicted by experts Paul S. Willis, president of the Groceiy Manufactf. r's ' _of America, Inc_._...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

GOVERNOR OF _PENNSYLVANIA IN PROCLAMATION Thanksgiving Day - Nove 24, 1955 Since *be Fulgrim Fathers forated the first Thanteg Day at Plymouth im 1621, a sense of gratitude to- _Ailihi God for His endless gifts t has 'been a basic and »bidun _fluence on our Jives Tih'o'se early _seltzers at faiai fame offered their _thanks God's gifts to them, the sir gifts of food, slhielter. and $a: Today at harvest time we aowledge 'much more. We the fruition of fihieir ~ 'hopes freedom—(to live, to work, to ¦ ¦top, in a land of opportunity ill At 'harvest time (let us o _w|it& _humfely grateful h&srti ?ive ._thankfe to tihe Giver,of tl jtftts: In ithis time of tension ifccife, it is more Hjan ever n_© (airy - to remember Uhe _myi _ulessings igiven us and Ten errant "thanks to God. It is fi lim Hurt-"We ' receive _4he str_^J ve need- to f ace the day «i{_Tj Lape-we must have to inwet uture _. ia ~ keefrin'g with the 'ft _Twarming spirit of Thanksgi _JcveiE_^r- -lias been _chio...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

teHE N j Inxnuiioml- _Unilorm ty//. _^lim ml Sundi_\ Sc'iool lomi W ¦VJ»!; 'WH_^'L l I_^_J!lWj' l1r]j, 'li _Baokcronnd Scripture: Luke 7; Devotional R«»_dlnt: Romans 8-1 Powers of God Lesson for November £0, 19 TESUS no _ddubt did many'< ** nary thmgs, such as paying bills and eating his breakfast may well be that he "never an ordinary thing in an _ordir way. " (How would he' pay what he owed for lumber lor carpenter shop ' How wquld be as * breakfast _xcompanio alsp _' -WMji_^ by all the records W _^m^\ that he did some _Wu_"_*' * e_^tr*or " dinnryW £ x $ ' ' -J things, so _^xtraor- _attfc _^_- Jmary in facf thit^^_m _&_? _* ,< 10" one worcrcouy: "JW_^_lJ luite describe |^^_M hem. The Gospel _SQff vriters, all °f_^K_^ _f I vhom of course _^^ ¦ I ised Greek, ' useci _^ Dr. Foremi ometimes a word meani 'Sign," sometimes one mean: wonder, miracle, " and son imes one that .means " powe_; 'he same Greek words is _trai ited in different ways. 'For < mple: t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Nimrods Be Sure to Use Safety Rules are booming an rifles cracking as an army 0 hunters take the field again 1: search of game. W. A. _Caldwell of the _National .Grange Mutua Liability Company, urged Nim rods to make sure they _hai plenty of fun by observing al the safety ruJes with guns-Mr Caldwell _citea the to! lowing figures from the Penn sylvama Game Commission oJ the hunters killed in the hunt _iiig field by aporting arms m Penns#v»nia in 1954; nine were self-caused, two died .because guns were placed in a dangerous position; two _jua not see _rictun in line of fire} one - Jr'tiropped gun; guns accidentally discharged in the hands of mnters totted six persons; in :he "hunter _slipped and fell _vitfi ther_/_eafety off" 'category, vere five de' ~ hs; while five vere shot to _cath in mistake or game. As far as Pennsylvania run residents were concerned, th insurance " man stated ther were no deaths from gun ace dents this year and none i 1954. Three were killed in 1953 thr...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Many Angles to Be Studied Tenancy is most common 1: .productive farm.ng areas Thi is because the farm has to prc vide a living for-both the tenan and the landlord, -according t< Jerome K Pasto, associate pro ffcbsor of farm management, an( Murray W. Fisfce_, in _PemisyJ vania State University's "Sciemct foi the ( Farraer" v _* There ' ace many angles to th< _Question of renting a -farm, but only the financial side of'a studj of 300 Lancastec count?/ faim, _ac counts is-considered hare. These records covered the 30-year period, 1921-50 —years of wide ferent effects _ou incomes of tenswings in _business .activity. v Changes in Price Levels - Cetnge* in price levels _fcadjdif _- ants _^nd tiwner-operators. thi depression years, 1930-34, th< faSjily labor incomes of owner! was only $35 per year, while ten ants" averaged $726. Owners' fix ed costs, such as taxes, insurant repairs and _interest continued al fairly high levels, "but tenants ex penses dropped. A...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Farm Calendar NOVEMBEg Nov. 22 — County Holstei] Friesian meeting, Gap Fu Hall. Noy. 24 — Thanksgiving _Daj DECEMBER Dec 1 — Entry _closing date fo turkeys, 4-H and vocations poultry classes, Pennsylvani Farm Show. Dec 5-7 — Farm Income Tax Social Security short course Pennsylvania U. Dec. 5-10 — Ice Cream for Sup - ply .Men Short Course, Penn sylvama U. Oec. 12 — Entry closing dat( for -bohler_, fryer and roast er chickens, _Pennsylvann Farm Show. >ec. 15 — (Tentative — Lan caster County Farm Equip meent Dalers Christmas din ner meeting, _Hostetter_^ Banquet Hall, Mount Joy. )ec 17 — Entry closing date , 4-H beeves, 4-H*sheep, Pennsylvania Farm Show. -

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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 fla'C _ruriatse. Do not let the hrvnh rest tm Its 'bnr'les, eau'tions Sinna B. Black, Penn Sua _+ e _ewVn_^u 'home management o&cia>_Vst. BRIGHTEN TOYS T"v_* for young children «(hmi I d h_« of BrieMl colors, n.~>t grayed or f"' J rd. _Marguerite L. Duvrall,'Pemn _We ex'temicn 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 _5f-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 sound. a$t?iles. _/ ¦toad one can apoil a _Jitf! Por _»bushel_, sa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [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 County'Friday 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 Penn...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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, R2, 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, assistant-Plans are underway for a childrens5_Chnstmas party at the Penryn fire hall Saturday, Dec 10-The 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, 'brig'M colors, and fresh flavor, remands Mariorie J. Wormeiek, Penn Sfcate _extension nutritionist If# t man's world during the...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

jro _f per annum rate on current dividend Insured Savings and Investment Certificates Savings received by the 10th of any month earn from the 1st of that month —• payable June 30 and December 31. FIRST FEDERAL 'avimte andJoan _ASSOCIATION LANCASTER mG3m> 25 Worth Duke St./_#2§ TlTniP - (f _lM m\w phoii _* 58SM * IS Emlen H. Zellers, Secretary & Treasurer

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Untitled Ad [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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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 18 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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 deliveries-War 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- aheavi7 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 of World any dan...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [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 you'll 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
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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 Interstftte-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 carriers from leasing trucks for a ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [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, Quarry-L was re-elected president of [Southern Lancaster Local. I the annual fall meeting, of I Locals, the secretary-1reas 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, _Peseh Bottom, delegates, and Charles Jadiso...

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