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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Lancaster County's Own Farm Weekly Newspaper _' Established November 4, 1955 , Published every Friday by 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 PORK PICTURE GLOOMY _. There are bright spots in the pork picture, and we'_re not prophets of gloom and doom. Prices on terminal market; staged some minor recoveries after lows that reached bad several years had been struck The American Meat Institute has launched a "BIT* PORK" campaign to cover 90 per cent of the United States market Stations in 44 principal cities will cover more thar 41 million radio homes Nutrition, plentiful supply, economj prices are main themes The Institute thus ho...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

| | if| hlemrton.1 Unto _fBl I Prof. — f_^_.f_^_i 'JXl /Jfffni Background Scripture: Luke 8 • 7-82. _Deiotionxl _Rtsflinj: Mark 10:35-45 His Demands ' Lesson for December 4, 1955 I - _.i_^ HRISTIAN living is not a mat _^ ter of vague general good will A character in a movie remarked: ( "I'm not a mean man. If I heard that my neighbor's children had _,been eaten by wolves, I would fee] some regret." Well, of course thai didn't make him a Christian. (He turned out to be the villain, by the way.) But there II HI M _MMjl .seems to be a »_T<9 number of church 'flp _^ ' ' 1H members and oth- _jW_; _, A '\ljmk ers who think that _JgrfFt_^l being a Christian ' ,WM , > i I .calls for nothing twtCfc_^_ll more than being |^Mp!_3#E generally at peace ¦BCujJpjfl with the world . . . _^Hs_^_T _^ _JH like a turnip. Be- ^«<»~ »* ing a Christian is Dr. Foreman a far more demanding thing. And the demands are Christ's dedemands. He is not a trademark, * portrait of a Founder bea...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Voice Of Lancaster Farms AND FARM FORIENDS j (Readers arc itiviteti to write comments on Lancaster Farming, about current events, or other topics, letters should be brief, and must -be signed. Names will be withheld if requested. — JMUtori. WARRENTON, Va — Dear Ernie Thank you for sending me -copies of youi newsy publication, _Lancastci Fanning- I use the word "newsy" advisedly, for you are getting into your paper a great deal of material m which your people are bound to be interested, much if not all of which they would not get elsewhere The turkey picture, up front'* — worfh -the cost of 'the paper I sure wish you the best of luck in j-oiu undertaking. My best, sir — Charles E Snyder. Editor's Note Mr Snyder was editor pf The Chicago Daily Droveis Journal and former editorial director of The Corn Belt Farm Dailies His name has been amor s the foremost in agricuMui<il journalism many year_* Mighty encouraging to heard fi om the "Dean " — EJN) "MUM'S THE WORD" QUARRYVILLE *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

This Week on Lancaster Farms (This Wepk In 1905) By JACK REICHARD N B Cntchfield, Secretary oJ Agriculture, sent out releases to farmers and feed dealers .warning them that rice hulls were being used m _Pennsylvanw to adulterate feeding stuffs "Rice hulls" said _Critchfield\ "are of mfeiior value, containing nearly 40 per cent wood fibei and a targe amount of silica 01 sancl. Every feed dealer in this State should value his reputation-He is responsible for selling adulterated goods and for any injunous effects caused by feeding materials which he handles". " .During tin? same week, in 1905, H L Barzoff, agent of the Dairy and Food Division'of the Department of Agriculture, pros . ecuted 15 city and county grocers before L_?nc3ster Alderman Hartman on charges of violating the pure food law The third annual exhibit of the Lancaster County Poultry and Pigeon dealers was to be held at Rudy's Hall, Lititz, from Dec 26 to 30, 1905. Farmers in this county were interested in the rep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Voice of Lancaster Farms INIEKESTINB _, YORK, Pa. — Enclosed find Check for my subscription for ime year to your interesting pap-*r. — Armor ?. Frey-VEEY INTERESTING HOLTWOOD, _,Pa. — Enclosed find check for one year subsenpti<m to Lancaster Farming. We think it is a very interesting paper. — Clarence W. Armstrong. THANK-YOU LANCASTER — Enclosed find money for which please enter »piy subscription for one year to Bancaster Farming. I think the paper very interesting- Thanking you for the early boxholder copies- — Mis. Clarence W. Wineholt. i LOOKS FORWARD TO LP CONESTOGA -_^ You will find enclosed check for 52 weeks of Lancaster Farming as it seems like a pretty good paper, from _yrhat I have seen m the boxholder copies- I am looking forward to receiving it. —- William Flick SUCCESSFUL FUTURE SPOKANE, Wash. — Your interesting paper came this morn-Ing — the _t,eeond we have received from Lancaster County, Pa- We want to compliment you on the neat paper. "Lancaster Farmi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Proteins Needed In Dairy Ration, Purdue Advises LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Protein supplements are needed-in most winter dairy lations, reports G. A Williams, _extension dairyman at Puidue U.weisity. Williams says these supplements give oetter results at lower costs when fed in mixtures than when fed separately. When good quality legume hay is used with either corn or grass silage, a gram mixture containing 10-14 per cent digestible protein meets the needs of most cows. __ Such a mixture can be made"iijT of 500 pounds corn and cob meal, 200~_pounds of ground oats or wheat bran, and 100 pounds of a protein-ricli feed such as cottonseed oil meal, linseed oil meal, soybean oil meal, or a 32-34 per cent protein commercial feed. One pound of this mixture should be fed for each ' 2% to 5 pounds of. milk _produced» depending on the breed and size of the cow If low quality roughages are fed, more supplement will be needed Costs studies show, that when gram feeding is care/ully adjusted to da...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Sect RUY Winter Prices at L. H. Brubaker m Lancaster, Litilz R. 3 Pick up a good used New Holland at Big Winter Savings! You can get your best buy in a completely reconditioned New Holland baler or, forage harvester right here! If you've been waiting to pick up a New Holland at a good price, you can really do it now. Because right now you get the tremendous benefit of our amazingly low winter prices. Far dollar values you.can't beat one of these reconditioned New Hollands. They're really "best buys" both- in price and condition. SPECIAL FALL CLEARANCE 1 each Model "77", "76" & "75" ¦N . H. Balers 1 Case Wire Tie 1 Forage Harvester, row crop Sc pickup

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Chester Delaware Poultry Meeting, Election Dec. 15 , New directors will be elected and several changes in bylaws will he made at the annual meeting of the Chester-Delaware County Poultry association Dec 15. The meeting will be a dinner at the Coasesville. YMCA, according to L L. Logan, Kennett Square, president. Directors will be elected' to replace those vhose terms expire, and all membeis are urged to attend, _especially in view of bylaw changes. This will be the first anniversary meeting. of the group organized last December. Principal sneaker will be C. M. Kesslsr, assistant sales manager of _Allied Mills, Chicago, well known in the poultry field. The higlh level of ¦personal debt Iheld threat to future-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Reserve Champ at Timomum Two Lancaster Farming region men here are and behind the high ranking Angus female is shown wi'th the Eastern National Livestock Ex- Fred Frey, Jr, Quarryville, who assisted Boudiposition 'reserve senior champion female, Erica not m caring for and showing Angus at Timonium. Eileen GRA On the left is Elberc (Bud) L Jenks, — Lancaster Fanning Photo) manager of Boudmot Farms, Chester Springs, Pa,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

VINTAGE Phone Gap LIVESTOCK 67R3 AUCTION Sales Every Tuesday 6:00 P. M Night at Come To Our Christmas Party On December 20th TURKEYS. HAMS And Other Gifts to be Given Away ALL FREE EVERYONE INVITED

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

RECONDITIONING AND _RB&MMTtk CAN PAY BIG DIVIDENDS! Add to the life of your teactor and equipment—and boost the price you'll get when you trade. Let us give 5_fou an estimate. We think you'll be surprised at how law our figure is. _> Spetcial Off-Season ft ices. Farm Service PHOU 282 Conestoga effftRRYHtlE, PA. 1

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

ATTENTION FARMERS If farmers file income tax by Feb.. 15,1956 they need not file a declaration of estimated tax. Two options are given by which to determine amount of income which is subject to-the self, employment tax. With ns, Income Tax is a Profession; not a sideline John M. Slater and Associates 124 South State Street, Fphrata. Pennsylvania Dial 3-2370; if no antwer,.try 3-240S

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Washington Notes SURPLUS STOCKS The Govoi nnienf<; invpstment in fairo surpluses declined to 87,010,_843,000 on July 31, the fifth (hop in as many months. However, this drop is expected to be reveised when the bumpei 3955 crops are harvested- The high mark in the Government's investment in surplus crops was $7,440,-156,000 last February 28. GIFT-MAILING BOOKLET If you wont to know the best ways and means of preparing a package lor mailing, ask for the pamphlet, complete with illustrations, which is now available at all p st offices It shows the kind of box to use, and how to wrap, tie and label it It also includes _hini& on protecting the contents from damage TAX CUT? Secretary oi the Treasury Geo Humphrey ha<- announced that the Administ_? alion next year must choose between enacting a substantial slash in income taxes oi balancing the budget In his _opin on, ihe Administration cannot do both. SAGGING FAmf PRICES The _Governors of five Midwestern State...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

NO CHANGE Allen W Dulles, daector. oi the Central _miolligence Agency, iecently said lie had not seen "any change _whatever," in worldwide subsersive activities of the Soviet Union despite the "smiling policy" oi Soviet leaders NEW ATOMIC TESTS A new senes of nuclear tests st the Nevada Proving Ground of the Atomic Energy Commission is planned tor the 'immediate future A few small test devices will bo detonated in the weeks ahead, preparatory to more extensne lests next spring in the Pacific SOLAR BATTERY In an epochal test, a ruial telephone _circuif in Georgia was operated by pewer harnessed directly from the sun. It marked the first commercial use of the solar battery, an invention barely a year old FARM PRICE DIP The total farm net income this year may be ten per cent below that of 1954 and some further dectfB_? is in prospect for 1956, according to the Department of Agriculture- With production expenses up, farm operators' net income for all of 1955 may total about $10,-600...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

Progressive Dairy Herd Report The _Progressive Dairy Herd Improvement _Association reports tfor the monitfli of October thait Itlhere were 2880 cows on te:t in Itihe 97 herds of the _Association . There were 27 herds over 30 pounds of butterfat with the leading cows belonging ito Connelly & Yearsley consisting of a mixed (herd of 47 head. Connelly & " Yearsley, 889-37.8; Willard Moore, 867-365, Leary Pirange, 1047,360; Howard & _Roibejnt Mason, "924-35.3; Hentstoerg- & Eh E c 'h , 942-34 9; Herman A. Shirk, 839-34 9, Earl L Umible. 911-34 2 Th&mipnon & Bmck->vva!liteir , 898-34 l_. _Oaailss _Bnosius , 67(2-33 9; M _I'_er McDowell, 956-331; W. Elliot Janes, 727.330. ¦_Everefit Cowan, 865-32 9; John 'Bantam, 760-32 9; Wayne O. Wriigliey, 704 32 0, Harold M. Umlble_, 831-319; Delp Brothers, 714-31.8; John H Ramsey &Sons, 755-31.7; Fred J Kreider, 774-31-7; Ezra Hersfoey & S>on, 795-316; Amtaon _Hutoer &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

".\ . AND THE ROCKETS' RED CLARE .. ." —Francis Scott Key had a vastly different type of rocket—the signal rocket—m mind when he penned the words to the "Star-Spangled Banner." Then, they "gave proof thro' the night that our flag was still there," Today, supersonic rockets, deadly air-to-air missiles, give jet-propelled proof that the Air Defense Command is prepared to keep oui flag flying should the-need arise. Pictured, above, are the four major aircraft of the Command. Humps on top and belly of the RC-121I> picket patrol ship are jam packed with tadar and other electronic detection devices.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 December 1955

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