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

Changes from Range Must Be Made Smoothly Poultry fariaers were advised today by the /merican Foundation for Animal Health that the 'change over -from range conditions to laying house confinement of pullets should be made without a maior disturbance in the flock A smooth change-over from range to laying house will help the pullets winter better and lay more eggs, the Foundation said. Five steps thai will 'help " make ithe change-over easy on the pullets are outlined by the Foundation as follows: 1. Change feed gradually. Continue the range ration immediately after housing and change slowly to the laying ration Supply-plenty of water. 2 Encourage use of community nests. Start with nests on floor and raise them gradually to normal height. 3 Leave windows in poultry house open to help "harden" birds for winter conditions. Leave windows open until temperatures drop below freezing to help birds get accustomed to severe winter temperatures. 4. Start a culling program and continue i...

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

TWIN APPEAL—The little twins pictured above are literally stamping out tuberculosis across the nation this Christmas season Paired, as shown, in sheets of 100, they're the symbols of the National Tuberculosis Association Funds from their sale finance year-long endeavors of the 3000 voluntary tuberculosis-fighting organizations across the nation. Put YOUR stamp of approval on mankind's fight against the wasting disease. Itee these stamps to seal your Christmas cards. If you have not received your stamps in the mail, contact your local tuberculosis association.

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

HURT DEER CHASES MAN. _lFoiisjyrtlh, iMo^—OQrnest (Reeter, Kissee 'Mills, Mo-, out dcer-ihuntirag fibat an 8 ipoint, ?00-_<p(nmd buck three times. Thintang the deer ctead_;, ©eelier ran up to slit itihe animal's throat , but the wounded buck staggered to his feet, and Chased ithe hunter up a _pijdt oak sapling. When the buck lost fiAeretst, _Beeler fired a fourth bulteit into the animal, whitih sitarted >to run again A fifth bullet finished it.

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

<~_£J WHAT'S NEWS ? Give'LANCASTER FARMING a!call - orfdrop va-?>^ «f - * us a letter if you fraveTarmingdiiews tojreport, a sale coming _^ up, if you Our columns are for you schedule a coming event Please sign all items Phone: Quarryville 378 Lancaster 4-3047 means _iti¦

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

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS b&*«_. Sales and Service New and Used Trucks DEPENDABLE SERVICE IN LANCASTER COUNTY SINCE 1929 Henry E. Martin & Sons 448 S. Pr ince St. Lancaster, Pa. Ph. 2-2.194 Day or Night

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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

. By LF Staff Reporter TIMONIUM, Md — Winners of the 1956 Eastern National Livestock Exposition which clos ed here recently could not be easily pinpointed geographically Entries fiom ail over the nation were found competing in one of the toughest bits of competition offered at this show which gained greater prestige than ever this season Jack Turne;, Fort Worth, Texas, found lt>3 head of Herefords _fronv winch (to name a handful of wmncis from 70 bulls, 95 females Tne former secretary of the American Hereford Association finally selected BW Royal Duke 45 tb, a two-year-old bull entered by Birdwood Farms, Charfottesville, Va, as champion His sire was 1949 Eastern National champior, and he himself was twice champion at the Atlantic Rural Exposition in Richmond: Va Winners Range from Eastern Coast _Ic_$ Texas in Timonium Exposition Reserve To Nebraskans Reserve ch ampion Hereford bull was a Nebraska entiy, shown by Oivtf E Kuhlmann, North Platte, the polled Gold Co-Pilot b...

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

Bible Comment:* - A Beatitudes re a Way Of Life _THHE first portion of the Ser-•*¦ mon on the Mount contains the Beatitudes and the words oi Jesus concerning spiritual values and relationships, for those who would follow the ways of the Kingdom of Heaven. The prevalent beatitudes of our modern world are very different from the Beatitudes of the Sermon on the Mount. These secular beatitudes of the life surrounding us say: '_*Blessed are the efficient and the self-sufficient—Blessed are the strong—Blessed are the selfassertive—Blessed are the rich and the successful—Blessed are hose who are free from trouble_, .nd so on. Was Jesus right when He put the blessings His way? "Blessed are the meek; Blessed are the poor in spirit: Blessed are the pure in heart; Blessed are they that mourn; Blessed are the persecuted; Blessed are those who hunger after righteousness." These things do not seem to nave much to do with the welfare of today's world. Yet, the more we reflect on them, the ...

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

Handel Messiah Al Elizabethtown College Sunday One of the highlights of the Christmas _Season is always Handel' s "Messiah" to be offered next Sunday afternoon in the Elizabethtown College Auditonum. Piol Nevui W Fisher, head of 'the college music department, wilL conduct combined chons from the Eastern District Church of the Brethren dnd the 100-voice Elizabethtown College Chorus _Accompanist will" be by Mrs Miriam Carper Irey oi Palmyra at the organ and Mrs Hazel Guyer, Myerstown, at the piano-Soloists include Mis Louise Lamb, soprano, Lancaster; Mrs Elizabeth Shirk Kodgers, conti alto, Hanover, Haiold Bucher, tenor, ' Palmyi a, and Marlm Brightbill, baritone, North Manchester, Ifi-L a foimec Lebanon resident

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

Champ Hereford Female _Timonium There's a reason for the smiles, for McCoimitk Faims' MCC Dominetta 62nd has just been crowned _champion female of the strong Heieford show at the Eastern National Livestock Exposition in Timomum, Md The Medina, Ohio owneis here 'eceive their ribbon from J D (Doug) Gay,'Jr (Center), past president of the Amencan Hereford Association, and owner of Brook View Farms, Pine Grove, Ky, just outside Lexington — (Lancastei Fanning Photo)

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

Duty 40 Years, to Retire January 1 Serving as a rural mail carrier 40% years, Wilson H Duck of New 1 Holland will retire Dec 31, and devote his time to his hobby, cleaning and refmishing antique furniture. Born near Akron, he will be 70 years old Dec 24 He was with New Holland Machine Co. between 1904 and 1917, then served on the route south of New Holland the past 20 years, to Mount Tabor, Ellsworth's ~ store, Mount Airy and the east of New Holland.

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

PUZZLE — How did barher Alphonse Secinaro of Iron Mountain, Mich , spend his time over a recent weekend? Hint: He didn't attend an Elk's convention.

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

Four Lancaster County Poultry Mer Win Champion Egg Producer Awards DOYLESTOWN, Pa- — Nissley Bros, RD 1, Washington Boro; Rdbert E. Kulp, RD 1, Manheim, LeRoy M- Martin, RD 1, New Holland; and Abram T. LeFever, _RDittk Millersville, have won Champion Egg Producer awards for the unusually high production records made by _Iheir poultry flocks, the Awards Committee of the Hy-Line Poultry Management Assn. announced today. Champion Egg Producer trophies are awarded to owners of Hy j Line poultiy flocks which make an _average production of 250 or more eggs per hen housed in 12 months or less. Three Others Named At the same time, the committee announced Master Egg Producer awards to three more Lancaster County Farmers: E .. Earl Walton, Peach Bottom; James M. Garber, RD 1. Elizabethtown; and Aaron K Riehl, RD 4, Lancaster. _Master Egg Producer trophies are awarded to owners of Hy-Line flocks which reach an average production of 225 to 249 eggs per hen housed in 12 months or less Most...

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

Mail Now to Be Sure of Delivery By Christmas Day It s time to start those Christmas mailings!" Postmasters warned today, _launching their 1955 "Mail Early for Christmas" campaign. "On the calendar it's less than a month away, but here in the post office it's Christmas .today—find every day until December 25," they said. Extra mail carriers and office help have been secured, the _dehveiy trucks serviced, and in fact everything is ready for the mammoth flood of Christmas mail _thsL is expected to smash all records-The post off.ee has already dispatched a tremendous quantity of gift pacages headed for members of the .Tired forces overseas In the United States, smart people are nc'.v mailing gifts to friends and relatives living in other states Calls On _Housewives Postmasters especially call on housewives to help in his effort to deliver eveiy package and Christmas card before December 25. "The lady of the house," he emphasized "is really m charge of each family's Christmas mai...

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

Dairy Herds in Pennsylvania U f Sum Now 960,000 HARRISBURG -*- The number of cows in dauy herds throughout Pennsylvania is up some 12,-000 over a year ago, to a total of around 960,000. It was no led that while cow numbers were the mam factor in increased production of milk during the past month, _fauly good, grazing prevailed in some southern areas of the state-For the scrond straight month the hay/situation has shown improvement — and the limited grazing conditions helped conserve hay supplies which are considered _fauJy adequate in general. During October "-dairy farmei s were averaging $4.85 per . hundred lbs for milk at wholesale, up about 25 cents, compared with a month- eailier and 11 cents higher than a year ago. Milk cows were averaging about $185 pd- head, according to the Department of Agriculture — or about the same as a month earlier and year previous OrLthe other rand, production of milk per cow averaged 535 lbs, as . compared with 542 in the previous month and...

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

Subsribe Now — Charter Offer — $1.00 First Year _JJ ¦ ¦ __£ _, lated, and each cooperator gets back a report comparing his flock's performance * with a number of other 1 locks of the same age This comparison enables the cooperatoi to tell at a glance how his flock is doing in relation to the pioduction goal he has set for himself fot the year It often enables him 10 spot weaknesses in his management and to take steps to conect them. Awards are offered for. high scores simply as incentives Lo keep accurate records and make full use of the* comparative ieports , the committee pointed oat But it added that the _^ real incentive is the effectiveness of the program and the added profits u is earning for the poultrymen who take part in it.

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

Applications for Wo_»l Payments Still _4vaiiahle Applications for incentive payments for shorn wool marketed after Api'il 1, 1955, aie _^ still being accepted at the local Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation office Payments are designed to bring the _aveicge return for wool u_£ to the -._upport levels of 62 _;ents a pouiid No payments will be made until March 31 Applicants must have the ongnal sales slip signed By the purchaser and must have owned the sheep at least 30 days during the oenod for wh)ch application is made --• In the case of lambs or year"ings sold _Iol 'laughter farmers must also havo certification that the animals have been sold for slaughter

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

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