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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Livestock Entry Lists Largest in Next Farm Show HARRISBURG — Every live stock stall'and pen will be fillec to capacity for the 1956 Penn _sylvama Faim Show next Janu ary 9-13, Dr. William L Hennmg State _Secretary of- Agriculture and chairmar of the Paim Show Commission, announced -today-Greatest expansion was rep__ort er for the beef cattle _depart hent of the show with a record number of 470 head entered and pecepted The total includes 13C head of 4-H Baby Beef Club am mals entered in competition foi grand and reserve champion honors, he said All Species al Barn Capacity All species jof livestock — horses, sheep, swine, beef and dairy cattle — make a barn capacity total of 2,006 head, according to reports submitted to Dr Henning today by John B. McCool, Farm Show director- A record total of »34,380 in premiums is offered by the Farm Show Commission in all livestock departments. Dairy cattle premiums alone total $15,7-19-Applications for more than 130 jnimals had to be turned...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Bible Comment_^ WilLYou Journey Bethlehemn "WHAT a _woncarowTs_^_rtiUkc " tells, of the csaafe& of the Christ-child, and _«S tlws-iaeaning of His coming to the _woftdJ "Glory to God in the feighest and on earth peace, good, will toward men." - _^ -,<_P We are so familiar with thai story that perhaps we lose some of its full significance. We can hardly picture a world without Christ and the Christmas story. And yet it is only as we think back to accounts of a world without Christmas that we can realize what . the coming of Jesus meant to the world. Much has been said about the materializing and the paganizing of Christmas. It is true that foi many persons Christmas is merely a joyous festival, with little relation to the first Christmas at fhe Christ But only those get the true joj of Christmas who. celebrate it as the birthday of the Babe whe came to manifest the divine it the human, to live our earthlj life that He might bring us neai to God. - ~ *h .. But no...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

LANCASTER COUNTY Sales Dates December 10 — _Vincent Hoover, % south of New Providfnce, Holstem cattle, farming implements, 12 noon, _^0 — School district of Caernarvon Twp, approx. _Vs acres land with remains of Oak GJen School House, on road from Rt 23 to Twin County Restaurant, 2 pm-10 — J S Lcagenecker_, Farmersville, real estate, personal property, lpm. 10 — Marja Horning, % mile north of Philco Radio Store, Smoketown _vL Lampeter Twp)_, 8-room house, household goods. WISCASSET Maine — For more than 30 years the massive, granite - _wallod Lincoln county county jail has been empty of prisoners So, the Lincoln County Cultural and Historical Association obtained the building for $1 by consent of the State Legislature and has fitted it _^ up as a museum and repository " of local historical material.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

CLEANER EXPLODES, 2 DIE WHITE CLOL'D, Kan -i The basketball coach Kenneth _goppe, and fourteen boys were cleaning the concrete floor of a gymnasium where a high-school basketball squad playe'd basketball Gasoline was being used as a cleaner The boys hd just about finished when vn explosion occurred Two 14-year-old boys, Charles Baskins and Donald Todd. were " fatally burned and two others were taken to a hospital in critical condition Poppe and five other youths were also burned but did not require hospitalization

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

CANDLES ' TO LIGHT THE CHRIST CHILD'S WAY—Tiny miss in Berlin, Germany, is entranced as she watches the_;flame of the first of four Advent candles which traditionally light the Christ Child's way to earth. One candle is lighted on each of the four Sundays of Advent to the liturgical season which precedes the celebration of the Feast of Christmas.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

NO SWEAR WORDS-W. A. Craker, 92, ol Omena, Mich., hopes to transcribe the unwritten* Chippewa Indian language before he dies. Craker played with Indians as a child. He says that _thcra were no swear words in t$$ Chippewa + _tii_%l tongue before advent _Qt_< t£p white man to what i&Jflj_^H per Michigan.' """

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

VINTAGE Phone Gap LIVESTOCK 67R3 AUCTION Sales Every Tuesday Night at 6:00 P. M 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 — 9 December 1955

NEWEST _XRD Here is the "Way to Treat Convenient, effective, and economical treatment of CRD (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 stages. Ask for it by name At your local Dry-Strep-Spray Feed Dealer DISTRIBUTED BY New Holland Supply Co. Phone 4-2149 New Holland. Pa

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

SAVES TIME ...CROPS ...MONEY Call _ua now and know your machinery is ready to work. ALLIS-CHALMER5 SALES AND SEKVICg L. H. Brubaker Phone: Lancaster _Litilz Sfrasburg 37607 67766 Overland 72305

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Classified Advertising FARMS FOR SALE PARADISE TWP. —75 acre general purpose farm P at a greatly, reduced price-8 (room stone home, bam and other buildings Donfmiss seeing this ' value-_^pa _' _cked property LEO I. HAIN, INC. REALTORS 33 N Duke St. Dial 7-8131 LANCASTER 300 ACRE DAIRY FARM—Modern facilities for 75 head 2 houses. One of the finest anywhere. Farmer's farm, $215 00 per acre. ' 90 ACRE DAIRY FARM—Very productive. * f Large house copv A 1 buy for $240 00 per acre. WHEELER & GRIER 38 S. 3rd St. Phone 400 OXFORD, PA. FARM and HOME owners, if you are thinking of selling, no matter where located, better write or ' call Hauenstein, Lincoln, (Bpharata 3-2448) Special buyers want chicken and 'turkey farms. FOR SALE PREMERGE for control of chickweed in AlfaUfa and Strawfoernes-5 gal. can _""" $26 25 CHLORO-IPC for control of chiokweed in Alfalfa 1 gal. bottle $990 J. C. Ehrlidh Co. 736 E. Chestnut St. Lancaster, Pa Dehverie free anywhere in Lancaster County or 'through...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

i SUBSCRIBER'S BONUS! S Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming ¦ J — and receive FREE one ¦ each month in our Mail Box Market: ¦ Subscribers using the MAIL BOX MARKET ¦ I will be governed by the ¦ J[ following rules: ¦ -_^ Limit your adfertistmenf to five lines which means ' ¦ over 25 words. ¦ _^ All Advertisements most be in oor hands by Monday ¦ P.M or same will be held over tor next week's paper. ¦ -fc Only one advertisement allowed each month. ¦ _^ do business advertisemen ts accepted for this column, ¦ -_£ Y°n are allowed to run the advertisement only one time- ¦ 5 Send in no duplication. g * Please mail all _adveitisements ore of MAIL BOX MAR- " KET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYVILLE, PA. ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦¦f .kHk_**K-m>_aAiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAi **_iiaii«_i»_iAftifeifltfiaililfiiiitfftttftaiifltt«_fifiitBitftiaiitfe**_aft«*-_>-*__-____- .__

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Classified Advertising Rates 'Use This Handy Chart To Figure Your Cost Words (1) Issue (3)Issues 20 (Mm.) $1.00 • $2 40 21 1.05 - 2 52 22 1.10 2 64 23 1.15 2.76 24 1.20 2 88 _^ 25 _„ _^ 1.25 3.00 KEYED ADS (Ads with answer coming to a Box Number, % Lancaster Farming): 25c additional. Send copy to the Classfled Advertising Dept, LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville, Pa. Ads running 3 or more consecutive times with no change billed at 4c per word each time with 80c minimum. DEADLINE- Wednesday morning of each week's publication Positively no ads accepted after 10 00 a. m. Wednesdays.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ Mail Box Market FOR SiALE.—Newly _Remapped 6 00x16 Snow Tires comiplete with tulbes and Ford Wheels $15 00 Each - Wheels only, $5 00 Each* Phone Mallersville 4056> FOR SALE—.Two unit _tmlilker. ithree can cooler metal can _ratek, danry waiter heater. Phone _Landisvulie 2941. _Albert R. Nissley-HELP WANTED—Man or boy to iw_'ork on dairy farm stantmig March 1- Good wages wiitih room and _boatid. Aaron S. _GUick RD2, Quarryville. Ptane 115R51. STRAYED_^-aiiay 4, Male Fox _Terrior itype dog Black and whiDte markinigis some bmown, long .tail wtoate tup. Reward. Paul Messimer RD1, NJottlngham, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

LAST NAME IN LIST LONDON, England — Holder who took the prideful place from of the last place in London's Lewis _Zzymbla, who had held telephone directory is V. J Zzzu, the last-name honor for years T .—__—,—_,,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Antlered Deer Good Over State Reports on - Lhe first day oi the current antleied deer season indicate spoitcrnen enjoyed good hunting on the "opener". Division _Supervisois compiled Game Protectors' kill estimates and othor pertinent iacts and submitted reports to th« Game Commission headquarters, Harrisburg, from which the statewide pjcture appears as folaws. About 15,000 legal deer were bagged in Pennsylvania Nov 28, the first day ol the buck season The conduct of the hunters was described as "good", and the kill of illegal deer on, that date was moderate Compaied to the opening day of the 1954 buck season, bunting pressjie was 'higher m all divisions except the southeast, where U was "lighter". The dumber of hunter casualties by firearms was placed at one fatal and twenty non-fatals. Deer were generally reported as more aboundant than last year Antlers were _described as "good" to "fair". Bucks in most sections were found to be fat and heavier, on the average, than in 195...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

Outlook for December, 1955 The Weather Bureau's 30-day outlook for December calls for temperatures to average above normal m the Southeast and near normal in the Middle Atlantic States, Ohio Valley and West Gulf States. In the remainder of the nation below normal temperatures are expected, with the coldest weather in the northern plains Prcipitation m the form of ram and snow is predicted to exceed normal in States bordering the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, the Northern Rocky-Mountains, and the West Coast Subnormal amounts are indicated in the Southwest and Southeast and near normal elsewhere The above charts for the United States show, for the next 30 days, the expected departures from normal temperatures and the expected total precipitation by means of classes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 9 December 1955

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