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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

NEW ENGINE TOO LATE CHESTER, VI — The main mill of the Vermont Mineral Products, Inc., was destroyed by fne recently, with a loss estimated at $50,000, while the town's brand-new fire engine sat on a railroad flatcir in nearby Gassetts.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

An Ail-Around Tractor OLIVER >*? M_» „.. the Handy 2-3 Plow SUPER 55 N. G. Hershey & Son Oliver-Ferguson GHC Tracks - Farm Equipment Parts and Service PH. 52271 MANHEIM

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

-th fitfbttftfytjS SfflKr25 * ** tnOMtf-teckQ(ftt_$t)_fy New Schick "25" with black and silver _f%_rt_> Kf% Caddi.Ca,. _yy»_O C/ You be the judge! The _fewest and finest shaver ever made by Schick must give you the closest shaves your face has ever felt or your money back m 14 days! pecial $7.50 trade-in for your old electric shaver! t new Schick "25" $29.50 less trade-in $7.50 You pay only $22.00 ROFFS HARDWARE S. Railroad Ave lew Holland Phone 4-0851 ! _* _&

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

FARM BUREAU FREEZER SALE 24 Cu. Ft. UNICO FREEZER _^mmmr _mmm Only $299.95 Alumium Interior - Holds up to 840 lbs. - 5 year Warranty Compare UNICO for Price - Size - -_^mmmm Quality. You'll agree it's your best buy. i _LANCASTERfCOUNTY FARM BUREAU Dillerville Road, Lancaster BRANCHES - Manheim New Holland Quarryvffle

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

TRI-TOWN ELECTRIC CO GAS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES SALES & SERVICE Electrical Contracting ' _i.eola, Pa* Phone 6-6661 "Open Thurs. & Fri. 'til! 9" ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

4—Lancaster Farming, Friday, November 25, 1955 Lancaster County's Own Farm Weekly Newspaper I Established November 4, 1955 Published, every Friday by I OCTORARO NEWSPAPERS Quarryville, Pa. — Phone 378 Lancaster Phone 4-3047) STAFF Alfred C. Alspach • - • • Publishe Ernest J. Neill • - ¦ • • Edito C. Wallace Abel . _-¦ Business Manage: _Robert G. Campbell • Advertising Directo: Robert J. Wiggins Circulation Directo; Subscription Rates: $2.00 Per Year Three Years $5.00; 5c Per Copy Application for Second Class Mailing Privileges Pending 1 THANKS, FROM LANCASTER FARMING * Now that Thanksgiving Day is passed, we might ad our? word of thanks to those many fine people who hav written us to thank us and comment favorably upon th new Lancaster Farming. It's gratifying. It's encouraging. ¦] we do not acknowledge your letter, be assured it has bee received and has been appreciated-. Starting a new project is always a txicky propositioi Rule No. 1 is to get off on the right foot. From wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Down on the Farm \ (This Week In 1905) By JACK KEICHARD According to Secretary < Agriculture Wilson, in his repo " to President _Kobsevelt, the n tion's 1905 farm crops reache an tall-time h;gh in productio and value. Wilson stated the ui precedented prosperity on th farms in the country, was due t the fine cooperation of the farn ef with the 'Agriculture Depar ment- Corn reached the _highei production ever recorded, moi than 2,700,000 bushels, estimate value $1,216,000,000. Wheat pr< duction ran over 684 millio bushels, valued at $525 million. ¦ * <• • » In Berks county, where scarcity of farm labor was rt ported, hundreds of fields of cori had not been husked. Farmers _ii that area made a special app. ea for help to get their corn Iron the fields into the cribs. * * «... In Washington the Depari ment of _Agriculture announce! that its annual distribution o vegetables_^ and flower seeds would start in 3905, aggregating if 38 million packages- For a num-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Voice Of Lancaster Farms - NEW HOLLAND — I want t be one of the first sbscrlbers t your paper- 1 am enclosing $1.01 which I think is the special pric for the year. I read _^ the papc with interest. I sugge _' st that i your market reports the Rohrer: town Poultry Auction be _incluc • ed. — Titus Martin. (Editor's Note: Rohrerstow Poultry is being reported in Lar caster Farming.) MANHEIM — Enclosed yc wil find $1.00 for one year chai ter subscription- I don't receivi a daily paper, so will try you weekly. As a farmer I was look 1 ing for a paper that doesn't _Tjavi a lot of funnies, tobacco, liquo: r etc but one that gives events o ' . the county _markets, etc- I don' care for a lot of world news, _ai • we get that on our radio. — . Earl K. Metzler. LANCASTER — I reac through the first issue of Lan caster Farming carefully ant want to congratulate-you on it The contents arc very _interesting and the get-up has an _attractive and professional aspect which is rare in first issues...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

¦ WSX8SSX inle_^alional Umform _^_B _^^^ Sunday School Lossom W///// , Background Scripture: Luke 8:1-2: 9:1-8; 10:1-24. Devotional Reading: Isaiah 55. The Good News Lesson for November 27, 195S _T_^HEEE is no such thing as th •*¦ Christian religion, except i human beings. There is no sue thing as the growth of Christ; anity, unless it grows in people So how does Christianity spread Only by one way: people who ar Christians must ^||P||g"«§|§ win _pteople who J§iP^^ll are not Chris- JW ¦ _W tians. People who % _^^ ii know Jesus Christ \|§if 1^*t| must introduce ~_WyM • J other people to IBf * - • _M him. The church _^_jJKVi has a word for _^^^^ M this: it is called _^^^_P_^ M Evangelism. Any-- smm ¦ * ¦ _™ body who thinks Dr. Foreman he doesn't believe in evangelisrr is really Saying that he doesn' ; care whether there are any new Christians or not. He is _saying (though perhaps without realizing it) that what.he-calls his "faith" is not worth talking about,, or recommending to any...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Pennsylvania Farm Cash Income 1953-195_* (U. S. Agricultural Marketing Service) ash income, marketings $795,755,000 . $760,046,000 1953 1954 * Crops 176,774,000 181,036,000 Livestock and products 618,981,000 579,010,000 alue, home consumption 70,469,000 64,351,000 Crops • 24,399,000 23,178,000 Livestock 46,070,000 41,173,000 _overnment payments - 5,135,000 4,002,000 Total cash leceipts . 871,359,0U0 828,399,000 Revised '" Subject to revision FARM CASH INCOME FROM PRINCIPAL SOURCES [vestock and products (total) . $618,981,000 ' $579,010,000 Dairy products . 268,910,000 260,016,000 Eggs l_§9,858,000 148,702,000 Cattle and calves 6_^. 740,000 63,132,000 Hogs - 41,429,000 37,609,000 Chickens . . . 35,829,000 30,530,000 Broilers . . 18,318,000 _^ 19,159,000 Turkeys . . 10,935,000 '11,687,000 Sheep and lambs . . 1,607,000 1,374,000 Wool . . 1,028,000 1,060,000 Other poultry . . . 2,337,000 2,280,000 Other 1 . ., 2,990,000 3,461,000 :ops (total) . $176,744,000 $181,036,000 Field crops Wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

_MoVe W&st to Chicago International Timonium Winners Count Ribbons. By ERNEST J. NEIIX 1 Editor Lancaster Farming TIMONIUM Md. — ' "You know, Ernie — when you forecast two years ago that I would produce the first Register of Merit sire in the state of Mississippi I figuied I had a lot to iJive up to- But two weeks ago _tott honor came, in the show at L exington, Ky." . r Counting hjs ribbons at the ielose of female class judging in fehe Eastern National, Livestock Exposition here, G Harold King, 5r., of King Herefords, Canton, Miss, found himself his herd, fend his herdsman, Allan Poe, taoving closer to the higher brackets of Hereford circles Here he collected more points toward Registei of Merit — IOM Competition Rugged Competition was rugged at Pimomum this year, and many if the nation's best herds were m hand, from the Atlantic States to the Gulf Coast of Texas, from lie South to the Midwest. Angus, Herefoid, Shorthorn — ireedmg animals and show steers — all groom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

New Vo-Ag Class For Lancaster Mennonite School Will Open Funds arc being collected for a proposed $25,000 vocationalpgncultuie depaitment budding at the Lancaster Memionite School, Dean Noah S Good advised Lancaster Farming today. Construction, likely to stait in the spring, wi _' l not begin until $20,000 of the total has been collected, the board advised. This will be the eighth vocaional agncultuie _Hepartment in the county. At present, the school is offering a two-year course in agriculture, first and second-year agiiculture, and first year shop Thirty students are now enrolled, and that total is expected to increase considerably when the new four-room building is completed Clarence _Garber_, retired farmer and former school teacher, will be the instiuctoi. Increased Profits in Dairying Said Likely Farmers' net _teturns from dairying in 1956 "may be a little larger" than in any of the three past years, the USDA periodical "The Dairy Situation" repoi ts Feed costs should move...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Commercial Beef May Be Split into Two Grades WASHINGTON — The United States Department of Agriculture has proposed that the commercial grade of beef be divided into two new grades designated as standard and commercial. The present grades for beef are prime, choice, pood, commercial, utility and cutter and canner. It is proposed that the division of the present commercial grade be made on the basis of matunty and that the giade name "standard" be applied to beef from carcasses of younger animals of the grade and that 'commercial" be retained for beef from mature animals falling in the present commercial grade The change is proposed in response to a reconv mendation froi_.i the cattle and beef mdustiy committee

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

. _. - - - ' -' workmen to assure its meeting ex. act John Deere quality standards. That's why farmers everywhere are loud in their praise for the dependability . . . the quality construction of John Deere Farm Equipment. See us for information. Quality manufacturing is the byword of every John Deere factory. Beginning with incoming shipments of only the highest-grade materials, each manufactured part ... every finished implement is inspected thoroughly by skilled BROS LANDS Latest Improved Farming Equipment 1305 Manheim Pike Phone 3-3906 P O. Box 484 Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Washington Notes WORLD WHEAT CROP •¦ The Agriculture Department estimates woiW wheat production during 195"> at 7,315,000,000 bushels, oi 6 pei cent above 1954. Canada is said to have a near _record crop, while East European production may be up 5 per cent. "Western European wheat production is thought to be about the same as in 1954, while Australian production may reach 200 million in compared with 167 million bushels last year South American, Asian and Atfrican estimates are all for lower harvests than last season. PANAMA CANAL The net income of the U S Government owned Panama Canal Company for the year ended June 30 showed a decrease from $4,160,010 to $581,134 dur¬ ing the" fiscal vcar. The lower earnings were attributed primarily to lower gross revenues as a result of reduced traffic volume of U S Government vessels, increases in wages and interest rates and employe benefits granted by Congress. G. O. P. '56 AIR TIME. The Republican National Committee has announ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

"consolidation ox existing Banks," which has beer the trend m recent years. Deposits of all banks totaled $210,000,000,000, 5 per cent higher than on June 30, 1954 Demand deposits, mainly individual, business and government checking accounts, at $132,-000,000,000, were 4 per cent above the mid-1954 total. Total time deposits, largely savings accounts, rose 6 per cent during the twelve months to $78,000,-000,000 WORLD CORN CROP World production of corn in the 1955-56 season appears likely to set a new record according to the Agriculture Department. A preliminary world production forecast of 6,060,-000, bushels would slightly exceed the previous record in 1948 and would be about 10 per cent above 1953-54. Russian corn acreage has been officially announced as.44 million, a four-fold increase over 1954. CONSUMER DEBTS UP In the second quarter of this year, American borrowed $500,-000,000 more than they saved or invested, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission, which att...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Fifty members attended the 84th meeting o f the Manheim Future Farmers of America at the Manheim Central High School. Eugene Heisey_, James Farmer, John Bires and George Farmer were named to committees in charge of the next meeting. Reid Hummer, chapter reporter, reported on the recent leadership training course held m York county and attended by Lancaster county representatives. Captains were named for the following teams: Ping pong, Melvm Shank; basketball, James Graybill; volleyball, Henry Givler. LITITZ FARMERS NIGHT Control of animal diseases and ennanan m a special _Farmeij contributions of the fanner to Night program staged by tht the county were topics chosen- by Warwick Twp. Lions Club recent Dr. Harry E. Bender, Lititz vet- ly. Manheim FFA Officer Tells About Training

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