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

Barn Raised in Day on J. Ranck Farm, _Hahnstown NeDghfbor®, friends and Mennonatte Church- members 1 nearly 200 strong m one day erleoteid' a mew barn to reiptooe one destroyed toy fire Seat 26 on the John Rank farm near Hahns-Ibown- ~~ The first siding was _(placed ft-Ibtomlt 10 ajm., and the first rafters were raised! ait 11. Twelve women prepared dinners an a. neartoy tto-Ibacco shed. Daniel Zimmerman, R2 Bph<- rata, supervised erection of the 56x90-fobt _sfannoture. Lumber was pre-cut in Snyder county, _andi sorted dn order for use. When itihe workers _aotniived, the concrete block foundation' and flooring was in place-Mortised arid pegged (beams and .joists were readied earlier. thiei_\hoisted! in place (by the'ibarn _naisers. Advice! If sfae looks younig, she's camouflaged. If she looks old, she's young but dissipated. If she _dooiks innocent, she's defceiving you. If she looks shocked, she's acting. If she looks languishing, she's ihun'gry. If _sihe looks sad", s...

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

The above charts for the United States low normal temperatures are expected, with show, for the next 30 days, the expected de- the coldest weather in the Northern Plains_, partures from normal temperatures and the Greater than normal amounts of snow expected total precipitation by means of are indicated in the northern third of the classes. ' nation from the Great Lakes westward to the Pacific Coast. Rainfall is expected to be The Weather Bureau's 30-day outlook above normal along the West Coast and befor mid-December 1955 to mid-January 1956 low normal in the East. Subnormal precipicalls for temperatures to average aboYe nor- tation is indicated in the southern Jhalf of mal irrthe Southwest and near normal along the country, except near normal in the the Gulf Coast and in northern New Eng- Tennessee Valley and along the Gulf Coast_, land. In the remainder of the country be-

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

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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

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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

Wayne and *> Manor Feeds COAL _^7 FERTILIZER and HARDWARE Millersville Supply CO. 17 S. George St. Ph. Millersville 8221

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

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

({pIjTirisfhwirts sun Utt _3f<mtt-~~l_903 50 YEARS AGO By Jack Reichaid General celebration of Christmas in Lancaster County, of couise, dates back to the first settlers, the English, m ithe ways of Old England, the Swiss, Geimans, Irish, Scottish and others, each following traditions and customs of their homelands- However, 50 years ago, customs of Ithe faimer _diffeied somewhat from that of town folks and certainly from those of today The observance of Christmas by the average farm family, one-half century ago, is of inteiest-Back m 1905 Christmas Day came on Monday Preparations were begun ithe preceding week for the great day- The parlor, usually thrown open only for special occasions, was decorated with fir and cedar boughs Homemade candles were placed on window ledges and mantles. An evergreen tree was erected in a corner of "the room, the Mecca for Ithe eyes of the smaller children, who gazed upon the proceedings with owe and anticipation. sembled around the festi...

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

Commonwealth Breaks Ground; New Phone Facilities Serve Solanco Construction will 'begirf shortly for a district office of Pennsylvania Coraiiraunity Telephone Co. at QitainryvrUe. Ground was (broken Wednesday morning _witUi officials of Pennsylvania Comimiurtity on hand for the ceremony. -Carl Reynolds, Jr., Quarryville Burgess, and Jack Sordoni, president of Commonwealth Telephone Co. turned the first shovel: ful of earth in- the presence of other company officials and guests. (The new district office, designed toy Lacy, Atherton & Davis of HarrMrairg, Wilkes Barre and New York iCnty, will ibe tailt toy tihe Sordoni Construction Co iHence another new addition Joins the _expanding facilities of 4he commpany to Lancaster County fflhe Quarryville office, located on East State Street across the street irom _Ehoads Spanish Tavern will be quite similar to the EMzabeitihville District Office wthicih is now under _tonsltradtion. Central Office and Garage William A. Frutdiey, ...

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

Israel Authorized To Buy Dry Milk Up to $286,000 WASHINGTON — (USDA) — The U. S- Department of Agriculture Tuesday announced issuance Co the Government of Israel of authorization to finance the purchase of up to $286,000 worth (including certain ocean transportation costs) of nonfat dry milk solids from U. J§«- suppliers. The ' commodity details of the agreement call for total sales of $17 04 million worth of U- S- surplus agricultural commodities. The authorization provides for purchase of approximately 1,190 metric tons (m wooden barrels or fiber drums) of nonfat dry milk solids, roller or spray pro¬ cess, U. S. Extra Grade. The sqhds and the whole fluid milk from which it was derived must have been purchased m the continental United States. Sales contracts between suppliers and importers made beginning December 22, 1955, and ending March 31, 1956 will be eligible for financing Delivery will be to importers, c & i¦ Israel ports, with shipment from U. Sports on or aft...

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

Antlered Buck Deer Kill Said Around 38.000 iPreliiminiary estimates received from Game Protectors and other tfieM _reoresentaltives jmmeda-¦ately _following the close oi Pennsylvania's 1955 buck deer season 'indicated _aipproxumateily 38,000 lamtleredi deer were taken toy _siportsmian during itftie twelve days of legal fainting. The wildlife authorities stress: this total lor the _atate is the preliminary estimate; it may ibe revised later as more complete retains are received. The official buck kill figures mil not be available until all big game kill tags are received and tabulated. Following ithe recent two-day ianterless deer season a quick Itimate iby Commission field tofficers placed the statewide kill _fsgusre at •approximately 37,000 animals. This estimate, also, may be revised m the light of a more oonKpIete survey of the 1955 ihiarvest As with Pennsylvania's buck deer and bear kalis in the seasons rtJhds year, itihe official figure on the antlerless deer will mot be ...

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

Esirth was. turned in Quarryville -Wednes- completed next year, will serve as a central day for construction of a new Common- office for many sections of Southern Lancaswealth Telephone Co. Building on E. State ter County. Shown above is the artist's con-St. Modern in all respects, the plant, when ception of the new building. ______

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

mm'sz.*®* m YW> May the spirit of peace and mas season am vours now and e you a _ih_\ a vs. Lancaster Farming i. % with si

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

Farm Calendar Penn State Extension Adds Veterinary Man Dr. Samuel ©• Guss, _LynicMyung Via., wall-bead an extension staff inn veterinary science far tihie Pennsylvania State Universally college of Agriculture, it itoas announced recently. Itois new service will fill "a tong-felit need and will sto_" - <eng>thien the Umiverslby'is iedwaaihomal service to _Pemnisv_^van ' B _laigricullture," said Dr. Herbert H. Afllbretehit, _director of exitemsi on, iHe will woajk with farmers and, Ifanm organizations, primarily (through county _> extension agents in different counties. allotments are being mailed to the operator of each farm on which Type 41 tobacco was grown during the past five years so that they may know in advance of the referendum how the quotas would affect .their farming operations in 1956 if approved. Two-Thirds Vote Needed Any farmer who shares in a _cilgar filler tobacco crop (this year, either as an owner, _operatoi', share-cropper or tenant is...

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

Index of Farm Prices Lower During Month HARiRiIiS-BURG- ' Continued _dechnes an prices received by Pennsylvania farmers for _tooigs land caftUe sent the wriioe index down itwo points or less than 1 ipar cent dtu«inl2 the month ended November 15, ifffae State Department of Agriculture said today Farmers received _sSMghifcly higher prices Hhan a month earlier ior ¦wheat, oats, ibarley, foay and milk. However, a decline of three ipoints m livestock prices more _iDhan offset ithiase sains, a Federal-Stote' survey revealed. ' At 244 ?>er cent of its 1910-14 laiveraige the indiex stands _tfhiree points below a v**ar ago. Farmers on Novemiber. 15 were averaging only " $1280 cwt liveweight for hogs, the lowest since March 1942, the isuirvey showed. Lower prices for noes amid' cattle were ondy 'partially ofEsett !by itlhe seasonal advance in wholesale imilfc. Hogs were diowm $1.70 cwt. 'from Oct. 15 and _fihe $12_^0 _average comjpaires with $20-20 on Nov. 16, 1954. Beef _cattl...

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

Tobacco Voting Polling Places Dec. 29 Listed .Polling iplaces for the Dec 29 _Lancaster County Tobacco Grow-Ws marketing quota referendum kave been announced by the 16 Jlgricultural and Stabilization and Conservation districts. Polls will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m- next Thursday and votes will be cast to approve or disapprove quotas for Pennsylvania cigar filler tobacco for the 1956, 1957 and 1958 crops. Option of voting ifor quotas for the next year's crop only will be eliminated from the ballot. Revised estimates brought the 1955 crop figures to 43,350,000 lbs on an alloted acreage of 28,900. Next year's figures are 37,800,000 lbs on an alloted acreage of 24,577, a reduction of about 15 per cent in acreage, 13 per cent in _poundage. A two-thirds majority vote is necessary. To be eligible to vote in the referendum, a farmer must have produced Pennsylvania filler tobacco (Type 41) during 1955. Notices of individual farm acreage

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

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

TO GREET YOU AT May the harmony and joy of this Holiday Seaaon brighten the lives of you and yours. To all of you, our friends, our very best Yuletide wishes. .A- Lancaster Farming 1 .

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

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