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

WRECK-GRD 1954: PENNSYLVANIA HIGHWAY FATALITIES Drive to stay alive in '55 WttVrtAM_** _wmwvd This message in the interest of highway safety is one of a series prepared and disseminated by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publisher Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA m& * "

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Wayne and Manor Feeds COAL FERTILIZER and HARDWARE MILLERSYILLE SUPPLY CO. 17 Si George St

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

Funds Raised to Send 4-H Youth To International Donations of business, industry and farm groups assured eight Lancaster County 4-H- Club members a trip to Chicago and the National 4-H Club Congiess The group le_.nes today Sometime back, Howard Feather, president of the Lancaster County Agricultural Council headed a duve to laise funds, sending letters asking for donations Others On Committee Others helping Mr. Feather in this campaign were Mrs. Milton Eberly, Elizabeth town, former president of the Lancaster County Society of Faim Women; Miss Ruth Kimble, County extension home €conomibt, A G. Bucher, farm relations _representative of the Lancastc County National Bank, and _Ehim M Bomberger of the Mount Joy First National Bank. Making the trip will be the 4-H Holstein Quaitet, plus foui gnls and boys who won first places in the Pennsylvania State 4-H Club Week in August at State College The four winners are Ailene He:sey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Elam _Heisey, Mount Joy; Wayne...

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

Home Calendar Timely Reminders from The _Pennsylvania State University College of _Agriculture. Measure Liquid -- Set your cup on a level surface before you measure liquids for recipes If you use a glass measuring cup, look at it on the same level to be sure the liquid comes up to the mark, reminds Loiuse W Hamilton, Penn 'State extension nutritionist Hang Clothing — A low rod and low hooks m a closet are a help for _stesng a young child's cloth/g. He can reach clothes easily and also help put them away, points out Mrs Marguerite L Duvall, Penn State extension family specialist Compliment Complexion — If your skin is ruddy, it will be emphasized if you wear red or green In the same way, if you have a pale complexion it will have some color reflected in it if you wear these colors, explains Bermce J. _Thaxp, Penn State extension clothing specialist. Try Toast Rounds — At your next party try toasted rounds of bread spread with chopped hardcooked eggs and olives, moistened, , w...

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

''Resting" Improves Roast Chicken Flavor Roast chicken or turkey has better flavor it allowed to stand in the roasting pan 15 to 30 minutes before carving This "resting' period allows the meat to absorb the juices, reports Helen L Denning, Penn State extension ntuntion specialist. She suggests placing the cooked bird on a large warm platter on which carvmg can be done A simple garnish is all that's needed Too much garnish spoils the effect. Carving is done at the table with a sharp, Inin-bladed knife and a fork with a guard Pennsylvania RR Net Best Since 1»45 In Philadelpma this week, the Pennsylvania Railroad reported its highest ner income for the first ten months of a year since 1945 Income of $37,174,158 represented an increase of $21,-475,122 more tiian the corresponding ten-month period of 1954. October 1955_'s net income of $5,040,29? was the highest for the month since 1951, an increase of $1,168,501 iicni October, 1954. The Navy may build atomic aircraft carrier soon <...

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

Our Readers Write.. COCHRANV1LLE — I enjoyed reading your paper very much. It was very interesting and that is more than I can say about some other papers. Enclosed is check which I understand makes me a charter member. Will ,be looking forward to the next issue — Bryan Fndernhite. RD LANCASTER — On behalf of the Lancaster County Society of Farm Women, I want to say "thank you" for the publicity you have given to us on our County Convention I personally, along with my husband and family, think you have a very good publication and wish you much success m your undertaking of this business. Enclosed is our check as a _chapter subcriber Ann Nolt (Mrs E. Robert Nolt, Farm Society 4, president, Lancaster County Society of Farm Women).

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

ICapons Lined Up for Judging Here is a general " view at the recent Lancaster poultry specialist from The Pennsylvania State Uni County 4-JJ Capon Club Round-Up, sponsored by the versity, who judged the event. — (Lancaster Farm Lancaster Kiwanis Club Standing behind some of ing Photo).. the young exhibitors is Carl Dawson, extension

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

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS Sales and Service New and Used Trucks DEPENDABLE SERVICE IN LANCASTER COUNTY SINCE 1929 Henry E. Martin &amp; Sons 448S_.PrinceSt. Lancaster,_Ja. Ph. 2-2194 Day or Night **¦ »» ¦¦* ¦ «««»¦¦¦* ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦* ¦¦¦¦¦

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

MANUFACTURERSofCHALLENGE RESIDENTIAL FENCES AND GATES SALES-SERVICE and I "Erection of All Type* of Fencing Challenge Fence Co. Ph. 57246 MANHEIM, PA Ph.OV7-6121 STRASBURG, PA ••••••••••••••••&lt; Turn Idle Timber into Cash wiri FARM-SIZE CHAIN SAW _a _tfKTrTTTM ' Make cordwood, pulp _t_*^_amtm_*tm wood, fence posts timber* for your own use—to »_eU to others H _" _^lfWJiTTT7F7iTV * '' ¦ doubly fast, _easj ¦r**«_UlfcJUAAiJi to _du]i cuttine _jobi With this 2-cycle, 34-lb. Mall Chain Saw V9T_^_BTpKTSWTff9 Fully automatic _MUMUfcOJUbGlU —portable-7*afej No training needed. You're cuttine timbei and enjoying it in 15 minutes. Order Now, Send For: A GOLDMINE IN TREES Priced as low as $149.0C Snavely's Farm Service NEW HOLLAND Ph. 4-2214

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

SUPMIX 36 Pc. • Concentrate For High Produc ing Dairy Cows with Home Grown Grain Eastern States Farmer's Exchange Lancaster Warehouse Phone 4*3755 Quarry ville Warehouse ' Phone 178 ~Or Your Local Representative -

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

Wolgemuth Bros., Inc FOR POULTRY &amp; LIVESTOCK _Ftorift _r _Pennsylvania

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

' JOHN D. GRAHAM A. H. BURKHOLDER _€/* TELEPHONE 37O-K4 _TELEPHOfNE 173 &amp; GRAHAM BURKHOLDER ASPHALT PAVING AND_^EXCAVATING I _QUARRYVILLE, PA * TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2

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

Loran Brinton Worthy Master For _Colcrain In installation of officers recently Colerain Grange 1667 named Loran Brmton worthy master The meeting was in the IOOF Hall at Kirkwood. OHher installed were (Robert iStobbleimyer, chaiplain, Mrs Benmatt Coates, lecturer; Mrs. Ri'dhiard Maule, secretary; Melvin Boyce, treasurer; Bennett Coaites, overseer; Robert Weicksel, steward, Richard Maule, _assistant _^toward, Mrs Robert Weicksel, lady assistant, and Henry Wenger, gatekeeper Committee chairmen named were* Bennett Coaites, legislative; Ernest Reynolds, agriculture; Pauline R. Mitchell, home economics; Mrs. Miles Coctoan flowers and cards. , NFO Protests Group Telegraphs President PRESCOTT, Iowa — Harry Grundman, president of the Na¬ tional Farm Oiganization last week wired _Piesident Eisenhower at Gettysbutg. "We, the National Farm Organization, representing thousands of fanners throughout the midwest, petition you to immediately use every facility in your power to support hogs ...

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

Farm Calendar DECEMBER Dec. 1 — Entry closing date foi turkeys, 4-H and vocational poultry classes, Pennsylvania ( Farm show. Dec. 3 — Annual Christmas party for Lititz Moravian Home guests, sponsored by Society of Farm Women 1, Ljtitz community. Dec. 5-7 — Farm Income Tax Social Security short course Pennsylvania U. Dec. 5-10 — Ice Cream for Supply Men Short Course, Pennsylvania U. Dec. 10 — Bake sale for benefit Recreation Cenier, Lititz Firehouse, starting 8 a- m., sponsored by Farm Women's organizations of community. Dec. 12 — Entry closing dak for iboriler, fryer and roaster chickens, Pennsylvania •Farm Show. Dec. 15 — (Tentative — Lancaster County Farm Equipmeenit Balers Christmas dinner meeting, Hostetter's Banquet Hall, Mount Joy. Dec. 17 1 — Entry closing date, 4-H ibeeves, 4-H sheep, Pennsylvania Farm Show. William Stappenbeck, a junior in animal husbandry at Fenn State led the entire group of 16 university teams in beef judging sit the recent American Royal Live S...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

LANCASTER COUNTY Sales Dates November w _itz Pk, personal property, household goods, 12 noon. 22 — Bertha M. Herr Estate, 26 — John S- Cramer, Rothsville, real _estate (6-rm. brick house, 2-car garage, chicken Bouse, shop) and personal property, 2 p. m. 26 — Mrs. Isabel Herr, 133 E Mam St., Lititz, real estate (10-rm and bath house, 2-car garage) and household goods, 1 p. m. 26 — Levi Miller, Mascot (off Newport Rd- Leacock Twp_.) real estate, 2 pm. 26 — Elmii-a Parmer Estate, road from Red Well to Lynch's Store Salisbury Twp) real estate (10 A., 100-p.), 2 p. m. 26 — Annie G. Wells ' , Paradise_, houseold goods, 12:30 p. m-December 3 — Community Public Sale, Intercourse. Household j_*oods, antiques, 11 a. m. • Farm implements, chicken equipment, wagons, lumber, iocust posts 1 p. m. 3 — Lizzie Cosner Estate, 2307 Old Phila. Pk. (5 mi. east of Lancaster) real estate, personal property, lpm-

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

Mary Mentzer Wins 4H Show At New Holland Miss Mary Mentzer, 19, scored 993 of a possible 100 points to win &lt;tihe Holland. 4_nH Capon Ctab Roundup last week. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis K. Menitaer, R2 New Holland, she was _ailso first m exhibit of dressed birds. Second was Mary's brother, ¦Roy R. Memtzer, with 97.3 points. Oitiher scores: Edfiar M. Siheaffler, New Holland R2, 96 pomtts; J. David Lapp, BareviMe El, 95.5 points; and Lovis Lapp, _Barevuil_* fill, 95.4 points. Rofanans _Ibisd _Hhe 77% Ik of /birds _exlhilbited to a total pmce of $83 28 or an average of $1.0$ M&gt;. Top price of $1.90 M&gt; was paid (by A. B. C. Graff, New Holland, for thie last bind sold. Miss Mentzer received $105 a ¦lib 'from Tom Wentz for her champion _exlhiiibit. Other prices paid_, (by Rotarians were Lewis Taylor, 90, 95 and $105 a flb; 'Howard Ranck, 85 cents; Olair Mussel man 90 cents; Earl Sauder, $1 The People's Restaurant, where life round-up was foeld, paid 95 ce...

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

Care of Lawns Topic At Bailsman Meeting Good, vigorous green turf adds irf&amp;t only attractiveness .but value to a home, Harry S. Sloat, as--Bociate Lancaster County Agriculitural Agent, told a group of people meeting Monday night at Ithe Bausmian Fire Hall. _, A. E. Cooper, turf specialist (from Pennsylvania State Universiity offered advice on care and management of lawns. Sponsors' of the meeting were _itlhie Lancaster Twp. Civic Assn., and itlhe 'Bailsman Fire Company, _wflio lhave _eomibined efforts to improve _icomanumty lawn ibeauity. Heavy .root growth to carry grasses through winter months is very necessary, the group was rtold, and _itihos in turn stimulates early growth in spring and smothers weeds before tihey have a dhamce to start.

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

SOMEDAY YOU MAY "SUNBURN_? THE MEAL—Actress Eleanor Bender believes in making hay while the sun shines—she profits from a newly developed aluminum solar cooker which will do this roast lo a turn while she's _sunbathing in Hollywood, Calif. Sheets on top focus sun's rays-on a heat-collecting panel which raises oven temperature sufficiently to roast meat or bake a cake. Hundreds of scientists recently attended symposiums at Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz., to discuss harnessing of the sun's energy to perform mankind's chores. Scientists caution that solar energy harnessed for power-producing purposes will only supplement, not replace, more conventional power sources.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Farm Fires Over Lancaster County (Continued ficm page one) Monday an overheated stove was blamed foi a fire destroying a chicken house on the Allen Eiubaker property north of Terre Hill _Damage was estimated at $1,500 There weie no chickens in the houie when the fire started.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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