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

_RichrdJHerr to Head Garden Spot FFA Group Richard Herr has been elected president of the Lampeter-Strashurg High School Gardn Spot Chapter, Future Farmers of America. He succeeds Martin Harnish. ©thsr officers named were Donald Welfc, Rl Strasburg, vice president; Lloyd Denliager, R4 Lancaster, secretary; Robert Book, R7_» Lancaster,- treasurer, Carl Metz, Lampeter, reporter; Kenneth Garber, Rl Willow Street, sentinel, and Merle Groff, Rl Strasburg, chaplain-Mr. Herr will take office January 1 . Six "Green Hands" received chapter farmer degrees, Leroy Brubaker, Donald Welk, Ronald Book, Arthur Breneman_, William Mellinger and Donald Leaman. Named assistants were Leroy Brubaker, Rl Willow Street, assistant secretary; (Breneman, of Rl Willow Street, assistant treasurer, and Alvin Miller, Rl Strasburg, assistant reporter. Robert Welk, Rl Strasburg, Pennsylvania FFA president, told the group of meetings wkh oth_- er chapters in the State. Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey told a...

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Untitled Article [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

Classified Advertising Rates Use Ttos Handy Chart To Figure Your . Cost Words (1) Issue ""_-(3>I«suei 20 (Min.) $1.00 $2,40 21 1.05 2.52 22 Llfl: 2M 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 Fanning): 25eaddi tional. Send copy to the Clissfied Advertising Dept, LANCASTER FARMING, _Quarryville, Pa. Ads running 3 or mbre consecutive times with no change billed at 4c pea* 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 Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Franco-American Humor "Is it from her .mother that your friend Odette gets her blond "No, from her father "He's a blond?" "No, he's a chemist" hair?"

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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

C«- _«. U,,.. _^- r_*l_*^Z,, ram is being repeated. MraSDUrg L«IlOir Participating are: Robert Grofl as the Prophet; Mr. and Mrs. Offers PagCailt Thomas Ruoss as Mary and Jo-O- seph, _Shepheids will be William Si a * Pont7, Warren Aument, and UllClaV AlterilOOn Frank Koch; Kings — Thedford * Bair, Robert Aument lind Robert The Christmas Story will be Weaver; Angels— _<Geo"rgine Henpresented in pageant and music sel, Patsy Cramer, Diane Bair and by the Strasburg Wesley Metho- Margaret Strubel; Little Angels iist Church again Sunday after- — Linda Winters, Linda Mae noon at four o'clock in the Church Brown and Carolyn Louise Pine; _uiditorium Due to an overflow Little Children of Bethlehem .— ludience last Sunday, the prog- Louise Wentz, Marianne Weaver, Bonnie Harvey ahd-fiuM Logan.' Miss Lilly Ann Warner, Lancaster, will direct the pageant. A graduate of ©oston University, she is especially well prepared in Religious Art and Drama The choir will give a brief musical progr...

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Is There A Santa Claus? We take pleasure in answering at joyment, except in sense and sight. The once and thus prominently the com- eternal light with which childhood fills the munication below, expressing at the world would * be extinguished. - . same time our great gratification that Not-believe in Santa Claus! You ~ _might as its faithful author is numbered among well not believe in fairies! You might get the friends of The Sun: your papa to hire men to watch in all the _~ . _ ... chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Dear Editor: I am eight years C1 Jut even if th did not see Santa old. Some of my h tie friends say ciaus coming down, what would that prove? there is no Santa Claus. Papa says Nobod sees 5 Santa Claus, but that is no sign "If you see it in The Sun, it's so." . there j s no Santa Claus The most r( f al Please tell me the truth; is there a th j ngs in the world are those that neither _banta uaus. - children nor men can see. Did you ever see 11-fxf_^r ? H _SS? 04...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Pennsylvania Ag Department Checking Dairy HARRISBURG — Dr. William L. Henning, State Secretary of Agriculture, announced that two Department bacteriologists have been assigned to the Queen Dairy in Lancaster beginning at 5 30 a m Wednesday. He said the men will check complete operation of the plant as it starts to receive milk from 58 of the 68 farms from which deliveries were shut off on Dec. 6 when the first of more than 190 cases of paratyphoid fever were traced to the Queen Dairy.-Milk Under Observation ' (Bacteriologists Elwood Schafer and William Semerod are being sent to Lancaster from the Department's division of milk sanitation They will test samples at every stage of milk plant operation down to the sealing of bottles. Wednesday's milk will be held under strict observation and testing until Friday when first deliveries- will be made. . "Every precaution will be taken to see that milk for consumers is. the best that ' scientific methods of proper pasteurization and,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

State Tobacco Experiment Farm To Rapho Twp. Tobacco growers in this section of the State will start to receive benefits of the relocated Southeastern Pennsylvania Field Research Laboratory almost immediately, it was indicated today in an announcement from a volunteer citizens' committee and Pennsylvania State University. The present farm near Landisville has been sold and a second purchased a mile and a half nothwest of there, 88 acres in Rapho Township north of the By-Pass. Purchaser of the 31-acre Landisville site with buildings was F. S McDonald, 40 Stanley Ave., Landisvdle for $33,000. Purchase price of the new site was not disclosed. Expand Other Research When in operation, the new laboratory will serve directly 15 southeastern _Pennsylvania counties Dr. M . A- Farrell, director of the Pennsylvania State University college of agriculture experiment station, said the college expects to expand research oa small grains . , legumes grasses, tomatoes, tybrid corn, as well 9s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Lancaster Will Observe Holiday In Market Hours Holiday schedules will igo into effect at most Lancaster Co_> Markets Christmas and New Year's 'Lancaster Union ©took Yards will Ibe closed to (trading _Moxv day, Dec. 26, and on the New Year _n s Holiday, Monday, Jan. 2, 1956 * Market will operate as usual Tuesday Dec. 27 and Tuesday Jan. 3 Cattle arriving on ittoe holidays will ibe yarded fed and watered_^ The five Lancaster farmers' markets will oj>eraite on regular (schedule, with the exception of Central Market, which will ba open Saturday from 5:30 a_<m. to 3 pjm. Southern "Market will imainitain regular hours Friday and Saturday. Arcade and West End will be open from 7am to 6 3Mm. on. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday-No change in hours was announced for Fulton Market. _Baniks, post offices, (business firms locally as well as major eonnmiodity miankets _ifihroitghout (the nation will ibe closed tooth Mondays.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

N Merry Christmas Lancaster Farming ! _t , -Hepis-a ~ quiet*.Lancaster County country JR1, Lititz. Crossing the snow-covered fwddge, scene " a quiet, snow-covered Christmas, heading for " sledding, is the Martin's son. photographed on the farm of Irvin Martin,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Lancaster Egg Breakfast Slated Lancaster Poultry Association January—Egg Month—will ibe amd itSve Poultry and Egg National launched with a 'Lancaster County Board. A committee of three is Egg Breaikfast at Hotel Brans- _iqjalking arrangements: Jim Dorwick Wednesday morning, Jan. 4 isey of Indian River Hatcihery; at «3fi!hit o'clock. ' Mrs. Marie Texter, Sexed Chicks, Kicking off Egg Month will Ibe East iPetersbung. and Earl Reeves , two caotperatin-g Agencies, ithe Miller & Bushong.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Thursday Sale Of Poultry at Seasonal Lows Lancaster 'Poultry Exchange —Rahrersitown, Pa. - Sales Report, Sale 108. Thwradaiy, Dec. 10 1955) — Prices moved to season al laws in ithe Thwsday auction of poultry here, wiith a low of 17-J4 and a hdghi of 19%. Twenty-•two lots of 37,1125 bards were listed 21 lots of 33.725 offered and 14 tots of 23,725'sold- Thirteen lots of broilers totalling 23.524 average*! 19.1111 . One lot of 300 •heavy fowl sold at 28 cents. A year -ago on ithe correspon ding day, Thursday. Dec. 16. 1954 12 lots of 42.275 including twq lots of 75 turkeys, -were offered •eight- 'Jots of 25.075 birds Isold «_t 1«_% to 19%, averaging 189. _Thwsdky sales toy seller & grower, amount and breed, buyer and price follow: Wenger's Mill (Joseph Deitz) 1500 White Cross to Victor FWeaver Inc. 18; _Epliiraiim M. Hernley 300 Cornish Cross fowls to Water K _Ldjwnan 28; Paul K IShoerauaker 1200 White Varatrasis to S- E Davis 19%; James P Kerning 2300 Red Vamtress, no s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Farm Equipment Dealers Hold Christmas Meet _^ By Staff Reporter In -a complete Christmas setting, 160 members famdy members and guests of the Lancaster County Farm Equipment Dealers met Thursday night last week at Hostetter_'s Dining Room in Mount Joy for their annual Christmas meeting and Ladies' Night. Chairman of the program committee was Leroy Wenger of Wenger of (Buck-Willis Nolt led the group in singing familiar Christmas carols during the meeting that was marked with music Accompanist was Mrs. Roy Brubaker, _Litite, whose husband is president or the association-Entertainment was also provided by a brass quarted, Howard Erb, Martin Moore, Kenneth Kauffman and Roy Bomberger-Mrs. Howard Erb sang several traditional Christmas soloes. Dr. Ernest E. Miller, supervisor of personnel of the Mennonite Central, Committee, Akron* was speaker. A former " missionary to India, he was in relief service many years in Turkey, served 16 years i_» _Imdna -*nd for 14 years he was in colle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Barrows, Gilts Steady; Cattle Supplies Small WEDNESDAY TO WEDNESDAY _REYIEW By' David S. Lorenson_, Reporter USDA Market News Bureau ! _Lancaster. 'Pa. — (Wednesday to ;Wednesday Livestock Market 'Review)-—Cattle: 1647. week ago 8236 Compared with last Wedinesday: Slaughter steers 1200 'lbs (and lighter anid (grading average choice and better steady, others elow wea'k <to 50c lower Most detoBtte -on _?aod averaging 1250 1'bs (and over. Heifers scarce, slow steady to weak. Canner, cutter !and utilitv cows ftflv 25c higher, _Coirnmeroia steady Bulls in small (supply, mostly steady. Stackers and _feetiers 'slow, about steady. Supplies smallest for a threeday period this year. Around 65 per cent were stackers and feeders, _auDroxiimiately 10 percent caws Bulk choice fed steers 1200 tbg and lighter $20-00-2150, a (feu head to $22 50 Good 950-1300-lb steers «U7 50-10 00, some com _' tTPTCial _S15 00-1_'7 00 Ccmnnercial a'nd good _heifers $14 50-17.50- Utility and commercial...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Tuesday Broiler Prices Near Low Point for Year Lancaster Poultry Exchanga (Rohrerstown, Pa.) (Sales Report 109, Tuesday, Dec 20, 1955) —Sales were slow on the Tuesday auction at the Lancaster Poultry Exchange, and prices _nwjved lower to average near the low point for the year. Purchases paid 17% to 19% on four lots of 8050 birds. There were eight lots of 22,350 birds offered Average price was 19 cents. Here are'Tuesday sales, listed by seller and grower, amount and breed, buyer and price: Paul F Miller, 450 White Cornish to Carl B. Risser, 18; Robert M- Myhn, 900 Indian River Cross to Victor F. Weaver, Inc, 17_?i; O- Ken, neth McCracken (_ELvin. High), 5000 - White Cross to Mandata Poultry at 19%; O- Kenneth, McCracken (Rudy Forry), 1700 White Cross to -Mandata Poultry, 18%; Edwin L. Funk, 3800 Whita Vantress, no bid, and 4000 Redl Vantress, no sale. ArLene Funk, 500 Meat Packers, no sale, 16% bid, Indian River Poultry (Harry H. Rudy), 6000 Lancaster Pullets, no sale, 18% bid...

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