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

Carol Sing at Yule Party of Farm Women 8 Mrs E Robert Nolt, presideni of the Lancaster County Farm Women's Societies Saturday installed new officers of Society 8 in a Christmas party at the home of Mrs Arthur Mayer, Rl Mount Joy New officers are Mrs. Charles Felty, president; Mrs Roy Greider, vice president, Mrs Clarence Greider, treasurer, Mrs John Warfel, recording secretary, and Miss Anna Mae Eby, corresponding secretary Mrs. W Scott Heisey Jed the singing of Christmas carols, while devotions and a Christmas story from Russia-were conducted and presented by Mrs. Henry Musser Miss Martha Martin of Elizabethtown gave a talk on "Roads to Bethlehem. * 1 During the business session club members decided to make a contribution to the March of Dimes, also to give cookies to the Girl Scouts for their Christmas party at the State Hospital for Crippled Children "** Mrs Paul Erb and Mrs Charles Shank were appointed delegates to the State Convention of Farm Women to be held during the...

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

Mrs. _Keneagy Again to Head Farm Women 7 Mrs. C J Keneagy will again head the Society ' of Farm Women 7 for the coming year She was reelected Saturday at the home of Mrs Arthur W Eshelman_/Gordonville, in the business meeting that preceded the society's annual Christmas party. A gift exchange was a highlight of the party. Co-hostesses were Mrs- Jacob Mowery and Mrs. Charles Lichty. Others elected were Mrs John Shirk, vice president; Mrs Horace Lantz, secretary and Mrs Hazel Mcllvaine, treasurer. Representing the 'Society" at the January state _convention will be Mrs Samel Wenger and Mrs- Walter Snead Society 18 will be guests of Society 7 Jan 14 in a meeting at the Paradise Elementary School.

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

Farm Society 2 Host to 70 at Ynletide Party Husbands will be honored guests at the Jan. 21 meeting of the- Society of Farm Women 2 in the Rosetown Restaurant, Manheim, it was announced Saturday afternoon at the Society Christmas paity in Penryn Fire Hall Attendance was around 70, according to Mrs. Roy E Shelly, society president It was announced that three delegates have been appointed to the state convention m Harrisburg next month, Mrs Alvin Graybill, Mrs Fred Hahn and Mrs. John O. Snavely. Santa Olaus was on hand to distribute gifts among children, and, members exchanged gifts-The retiring treasurer r -Mrs- Rufus Brubaker, was presented a gift for her service.

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

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

_^Christmas $69 i » THE WOWD'S FASTESTPORTAILE Smith-Corona L. B. HERR & SON "The Portable Typeivnter Store" 44-48 W- King St. Lancaster, Pa

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

«?_s/ _Moifiusni?^ hit Jbhtt J.Obeffaokzer .Heads Y&utig "Fat mer» John J. Oberholtzer, Rl Bird- ' in-Hand, has been elected president of the West Lampeter Young Farmers association. Robert C ¦_dc off, R3 QuarryviMe, was named vice president at the Thurs k day night meeting in Lampeter-Strasburg High School; J. Lloyd Rohrer, R7 Lancaster " , _secretary; Ira Welk, Rl Strasburg, treasurer; Donald KaWman, Rl Willow Street, reporter and- Raymond Landis, R4 Lancaster, Chaplain- Frank Hennessey, from the Philadelphia Internal Revenue Service, discussed income tax and social security regulations as they apply to farmers. condensed milk One cup vinegar (do not dilute with water). Put eggs in large bowl of electric mixer, then add the rest of ingredients as listed. Beat thoroughly for about five minutes or until mixed- This makes over one quart of dressing and it will last fbr weeks if kept in the refrigerator. Apricot and pear honey comes to- us (by recipe), from Mrs. JElmer H...

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

Farm Society 1 Plans Yule Party Dec. 29th December 29th has been set as the date for the Family Christmas Party of Farm Women's Society No. 1 at Town's End, Lititz, the home of Mrs. Margaret Hopkins. Planning the covered dish social «re Mrs. Milton Brubaker, Mrs- Curtis Long and Mrs. Melvm Snyder. President of the Society is Mrs. Neil (Mary) Clark. The executive comtmStttee and program committee of Society 1 met Tuesday night to plan for the coming year. Next meeting will be Saturday, Jan. 7 at the home of Mrs. Simon R. Snyder, Rl Ephnata. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Clayton Royer and Mrs. Martin Moore, both of Lititz. Three tablespoons butter Three eggs Salt and pepper to taste. 'Beat egg whites and put in last. Bake 40 to 60'minutes at 350 degrees. This is very good"We want to be added to your mailing list Enclosed is $100," they add. We enjoy your paper very much, writes Mrs. Jacob H . Harnish, Rl Willow Street, who offers a recipe which "we think is very good and would like ...

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

DR. SCHOLL'S Shoe Experts Coming To New Holland 'Peotsonad _iRelpresenfcaitives of Dr. .Win*. Ml Steholl, _imttemaitionaly , known flood: _authority, will tuning _, Ifiheir nKaantafauith, _coiraplejtely _listtocked _mdble unit to Martin fHoffimaa Shoe Stee, _iS Railroaid Avenue, iocal _ibe&dquanters for '(Dr. ScflnoM's 'products. .Saturday, ''December Hitlh. Tins .tremendous (Shoe Stock _oomsislts of styles * for iwomlen in sizes 3 to 13, AAAAA Jto 'KjB}_KjKEBEiE, and men's styles Ian sizes 5% to 16, AAA to EEE-;iof GhiMren_'s sfh'oes tto fit ©very of _iGhnHdrem's since to fit every Slyipe of foot. Every (person with | any _i£oot or shoe problem, with ' start _sibuibbv feet, Qong (than feet, | extra wide feet, narrow heel feet, square-foe feet, bunion feelt, , JWHimal feelt, _Should take adivanftaige of *his great _opportunity. ' You can mow see _ifihese sfooes _i and ateo ifibe _oomiroleite fee of Dr. Sdholl's Foot _Remedies, Appliances and Aidh-iSuipiports_, known ...

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

For Farm Women.. (_Gonitinuied from page none) WALNUT PIE Beat two eggs , Add togethor: One cup blown sugar Two tablespoons flour Two cups milk One cup molasses Three-fourths cup chopped English or Black Walnuts Put in two nine-inch unbaked pie shells (Bake 35-minutes in 350-degree oven. Among _onr new subscribers are the _Chester L- Eshlemans at Rl Willow Street: "As a boxholder _receiver of the early copies of Lancaster Farming, I want to thdck you. It is nice to read things from far around. I have a recipe for you: CARROT PUDDING Two and one-half cups mashed ctrrots One cup fine, dry bread crumbs Two cups rich milk One _tablespoon onion

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

Husbands Are Christmas Party Guests of No. 19 Husbands were guests of Farm Women's Society 19 at a Christmas party Saturday, at Hostetter's Restaurant, Mount Joy, Mrs Harold Holhnger, Lititz, corresponding secretary, reports. At the same time she announced the Jan. 7 meeting of the Society will be at the home of Mrs. Christian Musser, _Landisville_. In Saturday night's program, special music was provided by a trio, _Hasel Stauffer, Lou Yoder and Bertha Hottenstein, accompanied by Corrme Nissley." "An Old Fashioned Christmas" was read by Gertrude Sangrey. Lou Yoder conducted group singing of Christmas carols. Prof . Elmer Hoover Leaeher of Ehzabethtown College was the speaker, and he chose as his subject, "Nothing But the Best" At the close of the meeting, Secret Sisters were revaeled.

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

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

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

When 'we .stop to think we realize out everyday living depends on. our eyes. Take good ' care of them. If you are in doubt visit your eye doctor. Doctors Prescriptions For Glasses Filled. v\ V O DAVID'S OPTICAL CO. FITTING ADJUSTMENT REPAIRS U4 ~ N. Prince St.—Lancaster Ph. 4-2767 Open Tues. and Fri. Evenings

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

Christmas Music Programs Sunday Afternoon, Eve Christmas music progiams will be presented Sunday afternoon at Christiana and Sunday evening at _QuarryviUe At four o'clock, the LanChestei Choi us will sing at the Christiana Fue Hall, piesentmg "Chiistmas in the An," and at eight that evening, the combined chons of Chestnut Level Presbyterian and Memorial Methodisrt m Quanyville will present "A Star in the Sky" at the Quanyville Church Directing the 40-voice Lan-Chester Chorus is Donald Tiostle and pianist will be Richaid Wnght Several from Southern Lancaster County are _membeis of the LanChester Chorus Charles C Gochnauer will again conduct "A Star in the Sky" at Memorial Methodist Sunday evening, repeating the performance given last Sunday at Chestnut (Level _Accompanists here wi 1 be Mrs Robert Ankrum of Chestnut Level at the piano, and Miss Helen Snyder, Quarry ville, at the organ The piano-organ offertory at Chestnut Level was given by Mrs Ankrum and Miss Rosemary Andrews. ...

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

Farm Society 15 Yule Party Has 115 On Guest List Husbands e at the annual meeting of Society of - men 15 Thursday night at Rhoads Spanish Tavern ,QuarryviUe. 5 There were . Gifts were exchanged and Big Sisters were disclosed as part of "_^ the meeting where the Christmas theme prevailed The Rev Delmar - _£. Probst, _pastor of Mount Hope and Wesley Methodist Churches, gave the _invocation, which is printed as today's Lancaster Farming editona'l. Assisting the program chairman, Mrs Warren Smith, were Mrs. Lewis E Shoemaker, Jr., Mrs Richard Maule, Mrs Mahlon Shoemaker, Mis Frank McCrabb and Mrs. Helen Bushong During the past year, the ways and means committee reported, - the Society has earned $515 Named auditors for the coming year were Mrs. Almus Shoemaker, and Mrs. Forrest Reinhart. Jack Heidelbaugh, Solanco High School senior, provided organ music duung the dinner The carol sing was conducted by Mrs-Ernest Millet with Mrs Fred tinton at the piano. Four members of the South...

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

Intemalioual Grand Champion _. AngusJBiiJj _^^ The 1955 International Grand Champion Aberdeen-Angus bull, Ankonian-O. B. 13th, is pictured above with representatives of the two Eastern farms which own him From left to right are Henry Z. Gingrich, manager of Millarden Farms at Annville, Pa.; and Allan A. Ryan. Lee and Lester Leachman owners of Ankony Farms, Rhinebeck, N. Y. rhe first-prize senior bull calf was named junior champion and grand champion Nov. 29 during the International Livestock Exposition in Chicago. {Photo courtesy American-Angus Breeders Association, 9 Dexter Park Avenue, Chicago 9, Illinois )

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

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

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

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

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

W&kr County Still Holds High Spot in Ag Scene Compared to Commonwealth averages, Lancaster County_, still maintains a high position in state —as well as national — agriculture Here are some _comparisons, drawn from state and federal agricultural census reports. For the State, half of the farm homes "iave television sets. In Lancaster County, about 33 per cent are _equipped Where 86 per cent of Common wealth farm homes have piped unning water, a little more than !8 per cent of Lancaster County farm homes are so equipped- Both I he State and County hold the 7C _oer cent figure :n the number of farm homes having telephones 1.1 Auto Per Farm Here Although 86 per cent of Lancaster County farm homes have electric servict, the Commonwealth average is 95 per cent Pennsylvania averages "at least one auto" per farm, while Lancaster County figures about 1.1. But where thf state figures 36 trucks per 100 farm homes, Lancaster County has 3,760, or more than 50 per 100 farms. Diff...

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