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

_NOLT FARM SELLS A 48-acre farm in Earl Twip, a quarter of a male north of Voganville Tuesday of last week was sold for $815 an acre or a total ¦of $39,206 69 to Wilson Martin Jr, Ephrata , Rl, at a public sale The sale was held by Ivan H. No-It with Frank L Steller as the auctioneer.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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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

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

Grange Installs Officers for Year At the meeting of Fulton Grange No. 66 at Oakryn Monday evening a week the officers elected in September for the coming year were installed by Alfred Wanner of Salisbury Grange and assisted by Chester Eby as marshall and Miss Helen Wanner as tirblem bearer and Mrs. Betty Ford as regalia bearer also from Salisbury. _TJiose installed were Charles G- McSparran, master; Edward James, overseer, Howard Miller, Stewart; _Clair Murphy, _^_assistant Stewart; Robert Reed, chaplain; Miss Mabel Brabson, lecturer; Mrs- Charles G. McSparran, secretary; Waller Wood, _treasure er; Robert Armstrong, gate keeper; Mrs. William Walton, Ceres; Mrs. Ellis Sheets, Pomona; Miss lone Groff, Flora; and Miss Evelyn Richardson, lady assistant. The others are Mrs. Maurice Gregg, pianist; Charles G- Mc-Sparran, purchasing agent; Mrs. Sadie Shank, librarian; Miss Ruth Ann Armstrong, Juvenile Matron; Mrs. Philip Giffing and Mis. Ralph Armstrong, flower committee; Howard Fe...

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

Eight Lancastci County 4-Hers Receive Medals Eight _Lancaster County ijM youiths—'five girls and three H —will toe awarded metals 9 county winnens of the 4_*H fl itional Awards program. BeM seating the Ooumty in .State cS petition laaft nunnth, they are ffl <Gtan A. Shirk, 18, son of M and Mrs. Hernia!! Shirk, Quail ville Rl_, wianier in Electric. SmH as vice president of the < Countfi Oluib. C. Eugene Groff, 16. son of m and (Mrs. Chester Groff, Lxtitz m iwimaer in Dairy. |a E Bruce Boyd_, 16, son of m fand-'Mrs. Elmer Boyd, 'EphiH Rl, winner in Field Crops, m Nancy Newcomer, 19, _daugli m of Mr./and Mrs. J. Clay RaymKji _Newcomer, Litotz R2, winner j GirFis Record. Miss NewoomeiS a junior leader in (her local M Club and _secretary of (the CovM 4-H-Home Economics Council m Gladys Samgrey, 16, daughfi of Mr. and Mrs. J. Clayton sf$ grey, LaMtz 312, winner JJ Achievement. Mass SanigreyP; _secretary of itfhe County 4jH i| _ricvtltuial ¦Council. ff Miriam Roland, 17...

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

Christmas Party j[s Planned by _Colerain Grange Colerain Grange will hold an open meeting in December at which time the annual Children's Christmas party is planned. The party will be at the KirkwoocflOOF hall at 8 p. m. on Thursday, Dec. 15, a week later than the regular meeting night-Members and guests are asked to bring brightly wrapped packages to be auctioned for benefit of the grange-, _Refreshments and decorations will be under the .direction of the home economics committee of which Miss Pauline Mitchell is chairman. Other members of the committee are Mrs. Melvin Boyce, Mrs. Henry Wenger and Mrs. Robert Stottlemyer. Mrs- Bennett Coates, lecturer, appointed a special committee on entertainment which includes: Mrs. Ernest Reynolds, chairman, Mrs- Richard Maule and Mrs. Loran Brinton New officers installed at the meeting were. Loran Brintonworthy master; Robert Stottlemyer, chaplain; Mrs- Coates, lecturer; Bennett Coates, overseer; Robert Weicksel, steward; Richard Maule...

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

Doll Headquarters Dolls and Dollies of All Kinds Priced From 49c to $24.35 We have Dolls that Kneel, Walk, Talk, Cry Tears, Wet, and Flirt Toodles Toni Dolls A doll you can give a real "Tom Wave" Sweet c? C_3U_« - . Walks and turns her head- Her Saran hair can be washed, combed, waved and curled She wear_* beautiful dresses- All Vinyl Doll . . . bends her knees and elbows. She wpIs, drinks, sits, is washable and unbreakable. DOLL CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES FURNITURE- -HOUSES-COACHES liny lears ... _^ Cries real tears, eats, blows bubbles, wets. Tmy Tears likes to be bathed • • . just CjUClClley lOVS like a real baby. J J Peepers Baby Cuddley, washable, unbreakable. r _$sH Ginny ... _^ f The little doll with the big doll features. Blondes _. Brunettes_, Red Heads . . . Bangs a complete line or Pigtails. Large selection of outfits. She eluding Teddy walks, sits, moves, turns her head, flutters Lambs, Monkeys k_« _«yes - Dalmatians. &am...

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

SHOP IN NEW HOLLAND Stores are open for your shopping _convenience a THURSDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 O'CLOCK EASY TO PARK! EASY TO REACH!! Stores open every night, starting Thursday, December 15 and close Christmas Eve at 6:00 P. M Sponsored by members of the New Holland Business Association !

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

USED BALERS McCORMICK DURING and NEW HOLLAND USED SPREADERS McCORMICK DEERING and NEW IDEA D. L. DIEM & SONS PH. 6-2131 LITITZ, PA

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

Milk and Egg Production at Record Levels HARRISBURG — Productior of milk and fggs continued ai record levels for the month oi October when above normal tern peratures prevailed, the State De_^ partment of Agriculture reported today. Milk _production, at 525 million lbs, exceeded any previous October and marked the 25th consecutive month of record high output, Federal-State surveys revealed. The 376 million egg total for the month was the highest of record for any October- It was the 54th consecutive month with production exceeding correspond; ing months in previous years. Egg Production Up 7% ~ Egg product 1 on for the first ten months of this year stands at 3,713,000,000 and compares with 3,475,000,000 eggs for the same period in 1954 an increase of 7 per cent. January-October milk output somes to 5,452,000,000 pounds or almost 5 per cent above the 5,-211,000,000 pounds for the same 10-month period in 1954. October milk cow numbers at 950,000 _showed no change from a month ea...

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

Ladle-Up Memories With J"h BY DOROTHY MADDOX _WfARMS the heart as well as the tummy these bluster} " early winter days—good, old-fashioned corn syrup, Served with croutons, tuna salad sandwiches and a bow] of fruit, it makes a fine main luncheon dish. And it's a grand entree ior a light supper, too. Coin Soup (4-5 _Servings) One and one-half tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca, I 3 /* cup: ¦(17-ounce can) canned, creamed corn, 2% cups milk (part cream if desired). 1 teaspoon salt, dash of pepper, V* teaspoon sugar _*h teaspoon minced onion, 1'fe tablespoons butter or margarine Combine tapioca, creamed corn, milk, salt, pepper, sugar anc onion in saucepan Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil Remove irom heat Add butter Serve in cups or bowls Suggested garnishes Thin slners of ham, cheese croutons, a few chopped-chives a thin slice of lemon in each bowl, sprinkled with finelj cut parsley __ » _« _# And here's another fine "ladle" dish, for serving while the...

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

iree Named legates to rmer Meet hree delegates f' dm Lancas , County early last week at fled "the state conventions oi : Pennsylvania Farmers Asso ' ion, and at the meeting when Y were named, the Countj up stated it favors termina 1 of daylight saving time or or Day. ther policies adopted at then !ting in the Landisville Fire I mcludea: evisions in the labor service »ram; opposition to legislarequiring titling of self-proed farm machinery; reduction arm truck registration rates; _Dsition to further restrictions ;hild labor on the farm by 10I legislation, local taxation he Turnpike Commission on 1ie association also ~ urged a e aggressive advertising pro n to recapture lost markets _i domestic and foreign, and tc g about production of higher Jity crops m an effort to solve _^problem of farm surpluses. [ew directors elected include ic Miller, Landisville; J. Roy ider, Mount Joy; Fred Selindge_, Narvon; and Lewis foer, Paradise. Those remainon the boaid from previous Ointment a...

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

Old-Fashioned _^ CornjSoup Corn soup is the " something different" you've been wanting as a replacement for everyday fare on your winter menu agenda. ture, stirring constantly Add Tabasco sauce Serve ai once in cup_« oj bowls Garnish with finely chopped parsley, if desired Note. If desned, on place of 2_Vfe cups strained, canned tomatoes, use 2»'j cups canned tomatoes (broken up with fork), or 2y2 cups tomato tuice

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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

RECONDITIONING AND REPAINTk CAN PAY BIG DIVIDENDS! Add the of life to your tractor and equipment—and boost the price you'll get when you trade. Let us give you an estimate. We think you'll be surprised at how low our figure is. -egay Special Off-Season Prices! Conestoga Farm S _QUAERYVILIE, PA. PHONE 282 ervice

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

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

Eastern States Name Delegates To 1956 leeting Canhed Tuiia Haiidy - t Item for Cupboards Canned tuna is a convenient and reliable food item, reminds Helen Denning, extension nutrition specialist oi the Pennsylvania State University. Healthful and economical, tuna fish takes a regular place on many family menus. It's an ideal food when the menu requires a quick change for unexpected guests Canned tuna is available in three different styles of pack — fancy or sohu contams large pieces ideal lor cold plates; chunk style sized just_^ right for salads; flaked and grated for cooking Seveurt cans of tuna on the cupboard shelf are ready for ROCHESTEP, N. Y. — Becoming engaged to brothers on the same day, Mrs Doroihy McDonald and Mrs Helen McDonald, twin " sisters, weie married on the same day, seven years ago. Recently, they gave birth to girls on the same day — within a half hour of each other. _Jolin Wenger and Alternate _AI vin Moyer will go as delegateof , Eastern States Fanners...

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

_EARRISBURG _ Soil conser _vation district directors at their conference here were told by William Voigt, Jr., executive director of the Pennsylvania /Fish Commission, that he favored early amendment of the present "confusing" law relating to fishing in farm ponds Owners of farm ponds should be able to say who shall fish in their ponds "without the present nuisance procedure of getting a permit," he'dec l ared. At present a farm pond owner may not allow relatives and friends to fish in his pond unless he gets a permit from the Fish Commission, he explained- Urges More Ponds, Dams Voigt also won approval of the farmer soil conservation directors when he urged the building of more farm ponds and small dams, also his stand for a state water control law in Pennsylvania to _regulate use of water, especially from streams. Dr. Maurice K Goddard, State Secretary of Forests and Waters, addressing the soil conservationists here later also pointed to the necessity for regulation in the use...

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

Grandfather Clock $640 Topping the public sale held by the Union National Bank, Mount Joy, m administering the estate of the late Lizzie N. Snyder was a grandfather clock at $640.

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