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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

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Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

_Swfip J0_gz_\_£\s_\_l FOR - r~ * s-:<~ _® '_t —t r \VW\ >*»*" WITH _#«*ca REDI-GRIP FARM TIRES *¦¦ •¦¦- POWERFUL TRACTION THROUGH SNOW or MUD It's NEW'Ifs POWERFUL! This tire is scientifically designed with heavy angle-bar treads. Bars are at opposite angles for forward and lateral traction. 35% more traction with maximum ground contact area. Smooth and quiet running. Powerful traction through snow or mud. Tough SUPER-CORDURA carcass. For All Tough On The Farm Hauling Jobs Phone Lancaster 4-0541, or visit the _< FARM BUREAU GARAGE Dillerville Road, Lancaster >

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

West Willow Farmers Association Custom Grinding and Mixing WW-F Poultry Feeds Ultra-Lifed Formulas West Willow, Pa. Phone Lancpster 45019

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

STAFF Alfred C. Alspach Publisher Ernest J. Neill Editor C_. Wallace Abel Business Manager Robert G. Campbell Advertising Director Robert J. Wiggins Circulation Director ' Subscription Rates: $2.00 Per Year Three Years $5.00; 5c Per Copy Application for Second Class Mailing _Privileges Pending THE MAN WHO MISSED CHRISTMAS Christmas time means many things ' , and too often the spiritual side is forgotten. This week Lancaster Farming offers as a Christmas editorial the invocation given by the Rev. Delmar R. Probst, Mount Hope-Methodist and Wesley Methodist pastor, at the annual Christmas banquet of Farm Women's Society 15: Text: Matthew 2: 1-3 During the latter part of the war, an American airman stationed in England, spent a leave with friends who lived in the vicinity of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Hearing a rumor that( the King and Queen were to visit the city, the airman set off by bus in the hope that he might catch a glimpse, of the royal couple As the bus entered the city, he rememb...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

» Mil _W Sunlit School u_£» | ii A Background Scripture: Luke S 21-22, 4 42: 5:16, 6:13; 9.18; 28-29; lO.'21-22. 11:1-13 1 D«Totion«l Re_«dlmr: John 17 13-24 Man of Prayer lesson for December 18, 1955 S OME people will try to tell you that we can learn nothing from the fact that Jesus was a man of prayer. He w'as so different from us, they say, that we must no more try to .-imitate him than to imitate Einstein This is not the way the New Testament looks at it, not the way Christian the¬ ology looks at it. be" made like his very respect," we are told on Hebrew 2:17. The church theologians call Christ "consub- JeSus "had to brethren in ev stantial with us according to his manhood," which is a way of saying that he is every bit as human - as we are. With- Dr. Foreman out sin, to be sure. The only prayer for forgiveness which he ever uttered was on behalf oi others, _,not himself. If even the sinless Son ot God was a man of prayer, surely we who are so imperfect and sinful...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Voice Of Lancaster Farms AND FARM FRIENDS (Headers are invitea 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. — JSdttor_). GOOD JOB UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa- — 1 have just seen a copy of Lancaster Farming-and I _popgradulate you oh-the good job done on 1 the District 4-H Baby -Beef and Lamb Club show and sale. Sincerely yours, Edwin " H- Rohrbeck, Editor, CoMege of Agriculture. INTERESTING PARADISE — We like your paper very much- So many little interesting things to read. We don't miss one little item Would like to subscribe for 'One year. — Mrs. J. 'Earl Rice. FARMERS OWN LITITZ — I was very pleased to read recent copies of Lancaster Farming and I am glad to see the farmers of Lancaster County now have their own newspaper. Congratulations and put my name on the charter subscribers' list now. — Daniel Landis. ~ LIKES WOMEN'S PAGE BAREVILLE — Please enter our subscri...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

50 Years Ago This Week on Lancaster Farms (This _Week In 1905) By JACK _BEICHAKa Unemployment in England reached .an all time high in 1905. It was reported that hundreds of thousands had nothing .to do ' or to- eat. American observers in England noted that regardless of the depressjonthe game preserves of the nobility . were being enlarged and. vast areas ..of, fertile land enclosed _anji devoted solely to the propagation of ganie for the sport of the lord and barons.-The Americans suggested the breaking up of the _enormous reservations and putting 1 the hungry to work so they could laise food to eat. Observers pointed out that "such conditions in America would bring- insurrection 1 '. In Maine it was reported that many remnants of fine orchards existed on old and abandoned farms m-that state. With the abandonment of the farms had come reforestration on most of the land, increasing jvi'd game In 1905 many bear were killed in that section, all found in the old apple orchards....

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Picture [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955
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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Dr. Dickerson Is Ranking Man In National Four-H Dr. Russell B DieKerson, associate dean and director of resident instruction, of the College of Agriculture, Pennsylvania State University, was named one of eight winners of National 4-H Alumni Recognition Awards in Chicago, November 30. The presentation of a 10-K gold key, in recognition of his selection, was made at the 34th annual National 4-H Club Congress.-Tbe award is .given "to provide _youtlh with living examples of dependable, purposeful citizensha'p." iDr. Dvdkersan, a native of Sussex, N. J_, received (h:s"B. S (degree at Penn State in 1927, and following graduation was a teacher of vocational agriculture at East Greenville, Pa., and Sussex, N J-, until 1938- He earned a master's degree at Rutgers, and his doctor's degree at Penn State . He joined the Penn State faculty m 1938 and continued until 1947 when he _resigned to operate a fruit farm in N- J. He was appointed to his present position in 1949. Since returning ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

SMUGGLES STEAMROLLER. London. — John McKenna believes an doing things in a big way. He was recently fined $8,820 for _smuggling steamrollers out ot Britain British law piohibils the expoit of scrap metal, of which there is a "scarcity So McKenna shipped out his old steamrollers as working machines, which would be put to service on loads in Belgium. The jig was up, however, when some British visitois in Belgium spotted one of the relics in a Ghent junk yard and reported it to Parhu ment Tact. "What is the tactful way for a girl's father to let her boy friend know it's time to leave 9 " "He may casually pass through the room with a box of breakfast food " More picnic areas on naijons highways are urged

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

_C^«SSSfc-- RASS INSPECTION _o Twice a year your car gets a thorough safety check-up . . . _ required by Pennsylvania law. coast seems clear?...forget the rules of the road when you're in a hurry? . . . change into an inconsiderate human being when you're behind But how about you ? Could you pass a safe-driver's inspection? You ask the questions. . * you answer them... you're the judge. Do you always obey signs aj gnals? Are you patient and couilcous in traffic _^ respecting the rights of others? Do you adjust your speed to conditions of the moment? Or do you take chances when the the wheel of your car? Ask yourself these things you have your car inspected this time. See if you'd get the stamp of approval. Mandatory inspection last year helped keep mechanical failures causing traffic accidents down to 2.4% of all vehicles involved. Human failure was largely responsible for the- other 97.6%. alive in '55! Drive to stay This message in the interest of highway s...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Rambling With The Sage .of Ant Hill Wasnington, D C, The _triangular plot of ground before the dstuct Building a( 14th _Street and Pennsylvania Avenue has been cleared of the temporary buildings The guests of the Willard Hotel will soon gaze _lipon an attractive park area which is now occupied by "Tempo V". The wrecking company hopes to have the demolition _competed by Christmas. With the removal of these two buildings Pennsylvania " Avenue will be free ot the eyesores which have marred the landscape since World War II. Within the next few weeks the wrecking company expects to start demolishing a "temporary" which was erected dm ing World War I penod at 19th and D Streets, N W Washmgtomans are happy to report these accomplishments of the present administration Last Monday morning one coulld not p_;.ss Treasuiy Building without noticing the roses blooming on the south lawn_, _however, tr-e cold snap of Tuesday and Wednesday put an end to the joscs The Wall Street Journal is n...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Farm Calendar DECEMBER Dec 17-_^Fanm Women's Society 9 Christmas Party, Gift Exchange, Marticvulle. iDec 17 — Friendly Circle od Rural Women Christmas Parity, al ftttie home of Mrs. P. W. Bowers _President, Baravaile. Dec 17 — Entry closing date. 4-H beeves, 4-H sheep, Pennsylvania Farm Snow. Dec 18—tLanwhester Chorus "CtarMnras in the Air," Ohrastiana Fire HaM, 3 p- in. Dec. 18—Christmas Cantata, "A Star in the Sky," Chestnut Level _Presibytarian and _Quarryvile Memorial Methoddsit Choirs at Memorial Methodist_^ Quarryville, 8 »• m. Dec 25—43hras*mas. Dec 26—Fulton Grange Chinst mas party. Dec 28—Farm Society 4 Christmas dinner paitfcy, covered dash Dec 29 — Referendum on Tobacco Marketing Quotas, Lancaster Oounlty. JANUARY Jan. 6 — (©unset) Waterfowl season ends Bucks, Philadelphia and "Delaware counties and on Delaware River _^ bordering these counties. Jan. 7 - Farm Society 6, Installation of Officers, 2 pun., home of Mrs. ""Daniel Eshleman, R2 Ehzabethtown. Jan. 9-10 - ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

South Perm Deary Goat Assn. Names Leaders To Organize Members Leaders have been appointed by the South Penn Dairy Goat association to organize ' and seek new members in five counties, it was announced following the December meeting and Christmas Party Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. H- _Rissmiller, Rl, Midcfletown. President Deveney opened the meeting, with 46 p_. resent Jacob Fisher, "Rl Manheim, was in charge of devotions. Minutes of the previous meeting and the treasurer's report were approved as read, and all committee chair " men reports were accepted. County leaders named by the President are: Adams County, Arthur Deagon; Dauphin County, J H. _iftssnuller; Lancaster County, Mrs Walter M. Sherer; Cumberland County, Jno- Hennecke; York County, _BalplijSeifert and Oswal Kirstetter. / Following the business _^ meeting the Christmas Party committee took charge- The party was completewith tree, Santa Claus with gifts lior all, refreshments, movies, games and prizes The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

_rffti 4*_$F FA»>FU_^Tv/oO Both o _* Them "Do you think that 'puppy love' is absurd?" "Yes Just two billy." - ' A Sinister Motive She—When- we're married, I'll cook for you He—Is that a threat? Don't talk like that again Be Careful, Boys Flip—Where's Sam ' Flip—He's go* painter's colic. Flop—But he's no painter Flip—His girl is, though. Nein_' "Give me your -telephone number, Gretchen, dear" "999 " "All light, then, don't'" Habit Hubby—I'm glad you want only $5 to go shopping with today. What are you going to get with if •Wife—Nothing but luncheon, dear I'm going to have 'everything else charged.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Here is the NEWEST Way to Treat CRD ! Simply Dust Your Flock With 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 fthe early _steles. I Ask for it by name Dry-Strep-Spray ? At your local Feed Dealer DISTRIBUTED BY . New Holland Supply Co. Phone 4-2149 New Holland. Pa.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Now Your eggs wil! be THE SAME EVERYTIME txacttyasyoulikeihem w^* _* '_^ify'_^i^^S_^-_^ _^J _Stiibetim EGG COOKER Automatically cooks 1 to 6 eggs just the way you like them—without watching. Also has poacher attachment. Open Tues. & Fri. Nights Till Christmas LEBZELTER'S "We Give and Redttm S&H Slumps " I 237 N. Queen St. , Lancaster

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