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

FARM BUREAU FREEZER SALE 24 Cu. Ft. UNICO FREEZER Only $399.&5 Alumium Interior - Holds up to 840 lbs. - 5 year Warranty Compare UNICO for Price - Si2e Quality _^ You'll agree it's your best buy. Sorry about last weeks error LANCASTER COUNTY FARM BUREAU Dillerville Road, Lancaster S_353 BRANCHES - Manheim New Holland Ouarryviile

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

this cut um w down & to size* Sri Only $279.50 McCULLOCH Model 47 CHAIN SAW Mattes any woodcutting job easier and faster. It s a one-man saw for professional logging, pulp cutting, tree?surgery, for farm and ranch jobs like construction and clearing land. Model 47 is. lighl weight, operates full power' in any position. Six models, gasoline powered, with-bladesl4"to-36". _^_SJ_^_v Gome in and see it, try £ IJlllt _^ It * buy. it. It'll save you i _^^_gp time, make you money. _^gagg*/ M A_£!T Saw _aod Knife MAM _v Service €05 Marietta Ave. Lancaster Ph. 24291

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

Used Freezers Used Refrigerators D. L. DIEM & SONS PHONE 6-2131 LITITZ_'PA

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

FURNACE OIL By-«.iing TEXACO _hURNACE OIL you can always Count On A Warm Home CALL US FOR QUICK SERVICE Garber Oil Company MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 PENNA

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

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

Wip<««Kfl<*H _WV_' Q ' |O < _1 _«noil5;')ilcj(|A h " _ —,.,.. _Tantalize Christmas Appetites With Tidbits Christmas canapes are taste-tantalizers you'll w ant to serve to fftiests all during the holiday season "CT7HEN friends gather about your Christmas tree, it's nice to pass a tray of pleasantto-eat tidbits. All in the Christmas spirit of welcome and good will. v Here are three suggestions, _eaclfof them delicious but not fussy. Blue Cheese-blam Dip (l'/3 Cups) One cup sour cream, V_« cup crumbled American blue cheese (about 3 ounces), _Vt cup canned, minced clams; 1 tablespoon chopped chives, % teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, _Vz teaspoon salt. Combine cream, and cheese; blend. Add remaining ingredients and mix well. Serve as dip for crackers or potato Chips, as desired. Pickle Star Canapes (about 40) One 6-ounce package hickory-smoked cheese spread, V2 cup sweet pickle relish, drained: 30 slices bologna, Vs-inch thick (about _Vz pound), sliced, swee...

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

To $3.07 a Share; $2.91 Last Year Pro forma consolidated earumgs of Pennsylvania Power & Light — Co. (_aaciuding_* earnings of the formci- Pennsylvania Water & Power Co prior to June 1955 restated on the basis it was actually merged on June 1, 1955) and its subsidiary, The Scranton Electric Co, _accruing to the common stock of Pennsylvania Power & Light Co for the 12 months ended Oct 31 1955 were $18,141,-920, equivalent to $3 07 per share of common --tuck outstanding at such date, as compared with $17,-038,463 or $2 PI per share on the same pro forma consolidated basis for the 12 months ended Oct 31, 1954 <* Pro forma consolidated revenues for the _^2 months ended Oct 31, 1955 were $121,052,995, _r>n increase of 7 8 per cent over the pro forma xevenues for %e previous year. Nelson Myei_*, Gieencastle, paid the $730 top in a recent sale of registered Holstems offered by Joshua L Stoltzfus, Moxgantown -Thirty-three legistered cows averaged $3...

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

Sauder Holstein Tops Red Rose October DHIA Ernest Sauder, Rl Lancaster, topped _the list in the October Red Rose Dairy Herd Improvement Assn entries when his Lily Auxmont Ormsby led the 305-daj _^ lactation test A Lucifer daughter, the junior four-year-old yielded 13,574 lbs of milk and 678 6 lbs of butterfat for first place. Second was Mario Rag Apple Olive, a daughter of Bondsman, a registered Holstein aged cow owned by Ezra Martin,-Rl Ephiata, with 17,306 lbs of milk and 665 1 lbs of butterfat Leading among herds was Albert R Fry R2 Manheim, with 19 registered Holsteins averaging 1,191 lbs of milk and 49.7 lbs of butterfat. Second was Titus M. Hurst, R2 LitiU, with 13 mixed animals producing 1,176 lbs of milk and 46 3 lbs of butterfat. Lloyd Ranck, Rl Paradise, led the butterfai production record with a registered Holstein named Bun who scored 2,319 lbs of milk and 1044 lbs of butterfat in the month J Lester _Staffer, R3 Manheim, is owner of _tho second place Fiancy, also...

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

and economical treatment of Convenient, _effective, _CJRD (Chronic Respiratory Disease) or AIR SAC INFECTION in chickens. For less than one cent a bird, YOU can treat your flock. Most effective if caught in the early _sragvs. Ask fo it by name Dry-Strep-Spray t your local Feed Dealer DISTRIBUTED BY New • d _upplrCo. Phone 4-7149 New HoIUrid. Pa.

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

NEW HOLLANU SHOP IN Stores ate open for your shopping convenience THURSDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 O'CLOCK EASY TO PARK!! EASY TO REACH!! Stores open every night, starting Thursday, December 15 and close at 6:00 P. M. Christinas Eve. members of the Business Association _j _S ponsored by New Holland E

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

Octoher Eggs In Pennsylvania Score New Mark A new record for the 54th5I month in succession compared I with previous years was scored., in _Pennsylvanui October _eggiprOHI _duction, the Department of Agriculture reports. Rate of laj changed little from September, bat numbers of layers climbed to 24,442,000, or five per cent above Sept. 1955 and Oct 1954 Hen culling slowed as egg pi ices improved Production foi the year to date totals 3,713,000,000, up seven per cent from the fast ten months of 1954 Prices pei dozen received by farmers wore 52 cents Oct. 15, one cent under September, eight cents above yeai ago. Liveweight farm chickens dropped one cent and liveweight broilers three cents, but weie up three cents and itwo cents respectively from a year ago- A second oil-prodiucmg (forma _ftion found in Israel.

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

SPECIAL FALL TRACTOR BARGAINS RECONDITIONED _P_^" # Massey Harris Diesel Tractor , _Ess* ©_J_^ Demonstrated SZL_» fe Spreader P. T New _[_HollancTJVIanure O. Cope & Weaver Co Willow Street, Pa. Phone Lancaster 32824 44

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

:::_^:_n::::::::::::::::_un«:_y:«j:::«_na LOANS I ?? - - •* It For any Farm Purpose J | Made the Farmer's Way H § PRODUCTION CREDIT, ASS'N J » :: •? 39 E. Chestnut St., Jj | Lancaster, Pa. S :_l_>h. Lane. 3-3921 H a aznW£aaKsix::u««:K»: Lester Wallace, R2 New Holland, has purchased 'the 10-acre farm offered at public sale by executors of the estate of _Elmira Parmer for $6,500 Included was a six-room frame dwelling, attached summer house, frame barn and chicken house _> The farm is located on the Red Well-Lunch's Store in Township Auctioneer was Paul Z Martin TJie Am'ehca'n Legion .gave a thumping endorsement in conviention (to eofnitinued _Unated States melmtoier_^_iuip m 4he United Nations. | :: {njKaauj

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

When we stop to think we realize out everyday living depends on our eves. Take good care of them. If you are in doubt visit your, eye doctor. Doctors Prescriptions For Glasses Filled. ^_ E_J DAVID'S OPTICAL CO. _FITTING ADJUSTMENT REPAIRS 114 N. Prince St.—Lancaster Ph. 4-2767 Open Tues. and Fri. Evenings

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

Charter Subscription OFFER ENDS S_3ON SUBSCRIBE N9W TO Lancaster Farming _Quacryville, Pa.

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

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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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

_MANUFACTURERSofCHALLENGE RESIDENTIAL FENCES AND GATES SALES-SERVICE and Erection of AH Types of Fencing Challenge Fence Co. Ph. 57246 MANHEIM, PA Ph.OV7-6121 STRASBURG. PA

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

Antlered White-Tailed Deer Now on lop for Pennsylvania's Hunting As the small game and bear seasons neai completion hundreds of thousands of hunters prepare to invade Pennsylvania's woodlands in pursuit of the antiered white-tan (leer, the state's most popular hrge game anjmal Sportsmen aie hoping for a light blanket of snow against which bucks will shovV up cleaily, and on which, kills can be skidded to camp or car without damage to the hide M.my of the best trophys will be taken in farm areas, outside the tiue deer range. " Field _suiveys indicate the Pennsylvania ueid has increased over that or 1954, now numbers about one-hall million animals According to summei and fall teports of buck deer seen many large racks will fall to gun arid bow in _Pcinsylvania in the coming season Avoid Spoilage of Venison Hunters who bag an antlered deer are cautioned to use care in handling their kill to avoid spoilage of a valuable product of the chase — tasty venison Hits scoied in tl-e ne...

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

LANCASTER COUNTY Sales Dates December 3 — Community Public Sale ntercourse. Household goods, mtiques, 11 a m. Farm implements, chicken equipment, wagons, lumber, locust posts 1 p. m 3 — Lizzie ( osner Estate, 2307 Old Phila. Pk. (5 mi. east _ol Lancaster) 'real estate, personal property, lpm 3 — Annie S Witmer Estate, 152 N. Hanover St, Elizabethtown, real _estute (2-story _bncli dwelling), personal property, 12 30 p m 3 — J Norman and Mary Rohrer, Naumanstown (1% mi. west of Manheim), 2_'/2-story dwelling, frame barn (with 2-caf dwelling, and workshop), 20' x 80' poultry house, two 90-It front lots on Naumanstown Rd 3 — Heirs of Mary A- Musselman, 22 E Main St, Strasburg, 2%-story brick dwelling, garage, barn, household goods, 12:30 p. \n* 8 — Alfrod H Sharpless, Pa-Guernsey _Bieaders Assoc- sales pavilion, Rt 30 (6 mi east ' of Lancaster), dispersal of Guernsey herd of 49 head, and dairy equipment, 12 30 p m 10 — Vincnt Hoovei, Vi south of New Providfnce, Holstem cattle, farming...

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