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

Voice of Lancaster Farms NOT TOO LATE Elizabethtown — Enclosed find $1.00 for your farm paper. I like it very much. Hope I'm not too late for the dollar offer- Please send it for one year- — Glenn B. Huntzberger. (Editor's Note: The $1-00 offer is continuing, but may be withdrawn at any time. Suggest you follow Mr. Huntzberger's example and subscribe now). - ENJOYS LF 'Millersville — Enclosed find $1.00 for a year's subscription to Lancaster Farming. I've enjoyed the copies I've received. '— John W_. Hoover. FROM RHEEMS Rheems- — Enjoy your Lancaster Farming very much. Enclosed find $1.00 for charter subscription. — John J- Shank .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

Loads Biage Fewer Trips New Holland's 130-bushel Spreader can cut your trips as much as 50% f This bir, trip-saving PTO spreader automatically shreds the densest rrianure in. any ground condition, can actually cut your trips to the field as much as 50% ! Hook-up is so simple • boy can do it. Flared steel sides are built for rough _power loading. Exclusive Unl-Lever Control gives you a choice of 4 apron speeds, lets you run beaters and apron right from the tractor seat with no throwback in cle«nout. Find out how much a big New Holland can save you right now I Several Used Tractor Manure Spreaders In Stock L H. BRUBAKER 350 _Stratburg Pike Ph. Lane. 3-7607 _Stras. OV7-230S !

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

Altmam's Super_^A Feeds are iimed-tested, scientifically balanced, vitamin complete and are manufactured daily in >hree modern plants. Compare our prices. B Starter Meg 4 20 20 pc. Super A Dairy Feed 3-40 Grower Crumbles 4 20 16 pc Blue Bird .Dairy.. 2.60 Broiler Ration 4 65 20 pc. Blue Bird Dairy. .2.80 20pc Quality Egg Mash ,..' 3 90 Enriched Fitting Ration . .3.25 Blue Bird All Mash Egg . 3.60 Horse Feed 100 lbs 3.55 Super A Milk _Replacer 25 lt>. 5.20 Super A Dog Feed 25 lbs.. 2 05 , 15 pc. Hog Feed 3 60 Rabbit Pellets 100 lbs. . 4.70 STORE HOURSJ: Mon. Thru Fri. 8 to 5.30 Sat. 8 to 5 12 varieties of Baby Chicks available at all times. Ask about our soecial discount on early orders for chicks. ALTMAN'S CASH FEED STORE WILLIS H. WEAVER MANAGER 947 HarrisWg Avc Phone Lane. 4-7715 WE DELIVER 10c per hundred discount on half ton lots or more PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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

Wolgemuth Bros., Inc rtsm FOR POULTRY & LIVESTOCK Florin Pennsylvania Phones : Mount Joy 3 9551 & 3-8311

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

ELECTRIC CO GAS AND ELECTRIC SALES AND SERVICE Electrical Contracting Leola, Pa. Phone 6-6661 "Open Thurs. & Fri, 'till 9"

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

Shearing Improves _Christmas Tree Few Christmas trees in plantations or in the woods become highly desirable without training and not all are high class under the best of care. Scotch pines, shown above, at the Pennsylvania State University Agricultural Experiment Station have been found to require two or three shearings (prunings of growing tips) to produce the dense foliage desired by homemalcers. Scotch, along with most pines, must be sheared in summer, but spruce may be sheared at any season. TOBACCO ESTIMATE TMa year's crap of cigar leaf _totacteo 'in _PennsyHvaniia is estimiaited alt 4O.8d6.0CO pouads. Prodiuotion in 1954 came to 43.416,-000 pounds and Uhie ilO-yeaar average is 48,472,000 pounds _Sdpltemlber weather was good for igrowbh of late-planted tobacco and maturity and _euittintg of •earlier set acreages. Late set to-Ibaicoo had the best growth, (Hhe _isaroe as lost year, but trust or wildfire jut some fields ratiher (_hiaird. Generally, the croip is reported t...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955

State Tobacco Experiment Farm (Continued fiom Page One) formal committee and secured enough local ackmg to carry the program through. County Role in Research The history of Lancaster county's role in toacco field research dates back many years. Expansion to 88 acres' — of which 75 are tillable — will permit for the first time specific research on the area's climatic and soiltype conditions . Findings can be pinpointed. , Pennsylvania State advised Lancaster Farming by phone that attorneys hope to have the title shifted theoretically to _Ihe University by Jan . 1, with possession of buildings and facilities possily_, by July 1- Land will be available for spring planting after April 1. The first _agricultural research in Pennsylvania was a special (State appropriation in 1893 for investigation of Commonwealth tobacco growers' problems. For many vears tobacco funds were the only state monies available for research in Pennsylvania. Other Farms Leased Earlier Landisville was the ...

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

FEBRUARY DRAFT CALL A draft call for 3,000 in Februarj has been issued by the Army, the lowest call since Selective Service was resumed after the Korean war broke out- 'f'he Januaiy call has also been reduced to 6,000 At the end of October, Army strength was 1,105,062, and is expected to level off by June-30 to 1,027,000.

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

r VJr&BKsWftS&r * «~>« To every home... to every Heart... we're sending a sleigh-load of Christmas wishes. May Santa fulfill your brightest expectations, and may the warm glow of the holiday season remain to brighten your mem< ories through many a month to come, Merry Christmas, everybody! lancaster Farming _msm_^m_*k^<y B '•§ jfgjj* * < »»- *V _T. « • 1 *, .

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

Authorized Dealer FOR Massey Harris Ferguson New Holland Briilion Terramatic Barn Cleaners and Other Lines. CHECK OUR BUYS IN USED EQUIPMFNT Serving Chester County and Southern Lancaster County Over 16 Years Now Is The Time To Have That Baler, Tractor or Com bine Reconditioned by Factory Trained Personnel GENUINE REPAIR PARTS & SERVICE S. G. LEWIS & SON West Grove, Pa. Phone West Grove 2214 Or Kirkwood 32R4 For Your Local Representive

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

Harold Harsh, Leaeock, President ot Baby Beef Club at New Holland Harold Harsh, Leacock, has been elected president af the New Holland 4-H Baby Club- The organizational meeting was held in the New Holland Bank. Others elected were: John Groff, Rl Bareville, vice president; James Wolgemuth, Rl Bareville, secretary; Lester Groff, Rl Lancaster, treasurer. Verna Lapp, Rl Ronks, was named song leader; (Betty Good, Rl East Earl and Donald Groff, Rl Bareville, game leaders; David Lapp, Rl Bareville, news reporter. Mr. Wolgemuth will be host at his home to the next meeting of the club- Meeting date has been set as the third Friday of each month. At ithe next meeting, a rope-halter making demonstration will be given. Sad'sibmsry Townslh'TO has been _aoutlharized to conduct ibdood tests tof cattle in line wditfli _tfhe Penn-Byflwania .brucellosis eradication program. This makes ten town" _dhaps now aiiittoonzedi in the comity, and three others are awaiting State aipiproval after enrolli...

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

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

West Willow Fanners Association Custom Grinding and Mixing W.W-F Poultry Feeds Vltra-Lifed Formulas West Willow, Pa. Phone Lancaster 45019

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

Farm Bureau Dillerville Rd., - Lane. # BRANCHES: Manheiro - New Holland

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

Lancaster County's Own Farm Weekly Newspaper Established November 4, 1955 Published every Friday by - OCTORARO NEWSPAPERS Quarryville, Pa. — Phone 378 - Lancaster Phone 4-3047) 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 MERRY CHRISTMAS Merry Christmas. Lancaster Farming joins in wishing you the most merry, the most happy Yuletide. Christmas has gone commercial to a great extent, but there is always the dominance of the birth of the Christ Child with those who carry the true Christmas spirit. Christmas is a time of good fellowship, good food, but a time to recall most of all what His birth means to you. It's a time of merriment, often unjustly so, and sacrilege falls on the true spirit. It's a time of memory, when you recall hangin...

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

iSfE j _^H ln»nuti«»i Uoi!.n» {Si _sHis Sunday _Schoti L*«cm WJW//. pii*|_iii _; 11!<_ji!l_^^_ipillJil;Ul?rC_|j B_««_krroind _Srrtptarai Luke _llll* 12:36449. _Derational _Ittadlnr: Psalm 34:1-4. Being a Hypocrite Lesson for January 1, 1958 NOBODY ever began his list e New Year's Resolutions wit this: "I resolve this year to be i hypocrite." Nobody wantt to b a hypocrite, no one loves such ; person. As If they were not _al ready detested WMZ&:-._~"WHM enough _^ Jesus shot j_£pP"*^> j§l at them his most j§_£ - | H piercing sar- W _^13 _casms. The pa- |faf_^Pt thetic thing is that ! _jgjf - J even the best peo- ^¦_gC _^ M pie can slip Into >_AjfiE_^%*S hypocrisy without _tfSp_^_tfdr ' M knowing it. Since HB_^_fc jfi Jesus "told oft" »¦ ¦ _• * ¦¦ the hypocrites of Dr ' Foreman Galilee very plainly, we can se« just what it i« that makes hypo crites what they are, and b« warned. Showy Stuff Jesus condemned the Pharisees for being concerned with the looks of...

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

This Week on Lancaster Farms (This Week In 1905) By JACK REICHARD Fifty years ago thir 'week mem bers of the Octoraro Farmers Club met at the residence of Ben jamm H Pownall_, near Smyrna in Sadsbury Township. Subjfcts up for discussion ai that meeting included: "Will Better Agriculture ©tooaitiion Pourses lead tfhe boy tack 'to itbe Farm? Will the establishment oi Parcel Post be an advantage to farmers? Is care enough exercised in the selection of pictures for our homes ' Will a cow give more milk in pasture than If the grass was cut and fed to her in the stable?" During this-same week in 1905 the livery stable at the West End Hotel and an adjoining * bne owned by Dr. J. E. Aungstadt, Elizabethtown, were destroyed by fire reported of incendiary origin All contents including vehicles, harness, farm implements, some hay, straw and grain were consumed in the blaze. All horses kept at the stables were saved. John C.-Hoyt and Robert H Anderson, of the Hydrographic Branch of the ...

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

Voice Of Lancaster Farms AND FARM FRIENDS (Readers are invited to write comments on Lancaster Farming; about current events, or other topics. Letters should be brief, and roust be signed. Names will be withheld if requested. — fcditor;. 83 YEARS YOUNG Pequea — 83 years young I enjoy reading your paper — Joseph Cramer. INTERESTING _Mantoeum — I like Lancaster Farming very much Lots of interesting news * and good recipes — Mrs. Nelson K Cooper. WONDERFUL Honey Brook (Chester County) — Your paper is wonderful. — Charles I Wilson. FOR PEN PAL Elizabethtown — We have subscribed to Lancaster Farming and now I am sending it a pen pal of mine. Hoping she will receive her first copy soon _— Mrs. J. A Stumpf_. _% Editor's Note: Mighty thoughtful idea some others might try. If I'm correct, the pen pal m this ca:>e is m Minnesota. For an unusual Christmas present, why not send a year's subscription to Lancaster Farming? EJN) ' CONGRATULATIONS _Elizabethtown — Want to congratulate you o...

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

Governor and Family Write Holiday Plans HARRJSBURG—Plans for obiservamtce of Christmas m (the Executive Mansion by Governor George M . Leader and the Leader family were revealed today in a letter from Mrs- Leader, published in the December issue of i news bulletin issued from the Harnsburg office of the Pennsylvania State Poultry Federation of which the Governor is an lonorary director. The letter 'ollows'CHRISTMAS AT THE GOVERNOR'S MANSION "This will ibe our first Christmas in the Governor's Man- ' sion. It will be different. I am sure the boys will miss going out on the farm with their father, choosing a tree, cutting it, bringing it in, setting it up and decorating it. "For our family, probably the highlight of the Christmas Season is the Leader Family traditional party when Great Grandma Leader, and Grandpa Leader, their seve'n children, wives and husbands, and eighteen grandchildren ""all get together—have a buffet _^ supper and exchange Christmas presents"The group has grown...

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

PCA-NFiA Stage Annual Meeting; Reports Given By LP Staff Reporter Between 400 and 500 members and guests attended the annual farm credit stockholders' meeting at the old Mount Joy High _ichool Thursday night of last week. This was a combination meeting of the Lancaster Production Credit Association and the National Farm Loan Association of Lancaster. Events moved underway with a cafeteria lunch served by Eli Hostetter. Kahler Reelected John H- _Gibble, Maytown, was general chairman of the meeting. G- G. Minnich, Lititz, president of the association, presided. In the election_^ of officers, John. J. Kahler, Millersurg_, was reelected to the Board of Directors for a three-year term. Ira Krall, Myerstawn_, presided during the business session of the NPLA where members reelected B. G. Buhong, Columbia, to another three-year term on the Board of Directors. , Jacob N- Smith, Annville, was elected to replace Nathan J- Batehore, who declined to run for reelection. "This Dutch is no ...

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