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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

LOANS For any Farm Purpose Made the Farmer's Way LANCASTER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASS'N 39 E. Chestnut St., Lancaster* P». Ph. Lane. 3-3921

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Farm Bureau Dillerville RdL, - Lane. # BRANCHES: Manheim - New Holland _Quafryville

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

4—Lancaster Farming, Friday, December 30, 1955 _^_Kfll_^B_^^H_^Bfi_^_KRinHnAsUllUBEE_^_HS_^^SI_^BSSi_^^Ofllr_^^B _i 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 NEW RECORDS IN MEAT Continued high employment, high personal income, a growing population and a high appreciation of meat's food value has caused meat output to soar to a new record volume in 1955. And the outlook for 1956 is as promising or more promisingr Last year the average American consumed an estimated 161 lbs of red meats — each individual's share of about 26.8 billion lbs. Next year the figur...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Christmas Songs Lesson for December 25, 1955 I'VE the angels »ing when Christ ¦*¦* ' was born? Some prosaic and unimaginative people say they didn't. True enough, Luke never say* there was music. All he says is that the "multitude of the heavenly host" (he does not even say they were angels) were praising God and "saying, Glory to _Whe ' A \\._^'t _" fZ' / _^ \ 13 lntenutioni] Uniform \_tir r/ \ Sunday School Umoiu W ' B»ckfround Scripture Luke 1:5-80; - 3:2*32. Strotlonal Ke«cHnr: Isaiah 11:1-9. God in the highest . . ." Surely Christian art and Christian story is not wrong in thinking of this as song, not mere recitation oi speech-making. At any rate, if the angels did not sing such words, the Dr. Foreman church has sung them. All down through the Christian centuries Christmas has been a singing time. You cannot suggest all that Christmas means in simple spoken prose; you have to sing. _Btauty in a _Janglid World Luke, who had an ear for such things, put into- his gospel n...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

50 Years Ago ""W This Week on Lancaster Farms (This Week In 1905) By JACK REXCHARD Fjfitry years aigo this week a bitter controversy between State Zojoloigist IS'uirlatoe and Dr. George | G. Groff, of BMoknell University, 'over ittoe merits of the _Stated $30,000 crusade toeing •_oomducted .tojr Surface against the San Jose scale in Pennsylvania, lhad readied almost tie fir,st 'pundhing stage amid was to fee heard by imamibens of the State Board of Agri-cuStar_^e, headed iby Goverraoir _Pennypaidkesr, at *he _boards annual meeting at HairrislbOTg. The scientfcts were the principals in controversial editoria s _$n irrtany _nefwsjyapeis _tfarougtionst (fihe State. The feeliag _Ibetween _<1)he two scientists _reached a degree olf" such _Ibitterness that Surface offered $50 to -anyone Who [could prove _tlhiat 'hie was a grafter. 'Groff, one of Hhe agriculture (_board's 1 most active members _questioned ittoe atoilitoes of Surface as ai 20oilogiist. Surface, (backed toy _Gov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Voice Of Lancaster Farms AND FARM FRIENDS (Readers are inviteo 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. — Jbidttor;. LIKE IT VERY MUCH HONEY BROQK — Find endosed $1.00 for Lancaster Farming- Like it very much. — Morns Kieffer . < --VERY INTERESTING OXFORD, R3 — Enclosed please find $100 for my subscription to Lancaster Farming. It is very interesting and should fill a want for a local farm paper in a progressive community- Wishing you success, I am — Oliver F Larson- FINE PAPER . BLUE BALL — Enclosed please find $100 for my one year subscription I think you have a fine paper and enjoy the womiens page so much. I especially liked the sugar cookie recipe and would like to have more recipes for cookies by weight measure. — Mrs. J C Mellinger. ENJOY FARM NEWS QUARRYVILLE — Enclosed find check for $100 to Lancaster Farming. We enjoy reading the farm news- —...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Cold Feet? May Be Chill That Covers County Your feet cold? Little precipitation, lots of cold. That's how the weekly weather might be summarized in Lancaster County. Christmas here and elsewhere was balmy, with Lancaster reporting 54 degrees at noon. The warming-up followed a chilling-down of a few days earlier, for on Dec. 22 a low qf 5 above was recorded at ithe Lancaster Water Works. Thermometers have been erected atop the Brunswick Hotel in Lancaster to, help Bernard N. White, local weatherman, make his reports, and more equipment will be installed soon. Local forecasts are being issued at 7:30 and 11:30 a. m-, and reports are available there for other states. ' In the extended forecast for the Middle Atlantic States, warmer weather is expected Friday, Saturday and Sunday may be colder, so,me light showers may arrive Friday, with total precipitation expected to be about threetenths of an inch. On the night of Dec. 22-23, a half inch of snow fell on the county, contributing...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

AUTOS BAG DEER BEFORE AND DURING SEASON The following statements were taken from reports recently made by the Game Protectors named. They indicate that, over Pennsylvania, many deer met death on highways just prior to and early in the 1955 buck season. Says C R Kinley "In Alleghney County, an area of great human population density, 23 deer were reported killed on highways during November Of this number 15 were male deer with antlers of 5 points or more " W J Bnon. "The highway toll of deer reached what I believe was an alltime high for the month of November in Armstrong County Approximately 60 deer were killed by vehicles on roads " iB. W. Catherman: "During the month of November 15 buck and 9 doe deer were killed on highways in my Indiana County district " Harold E. Russell: "During November, 1955, there were 26 deer killed by cars in Perry County. Up to and including December 8 there were 16 deer kill-2d on the county highways." John H Doeblmg: "In my Monroe County district 36 d...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Weekly Newsletter Issued by The Pa. Game Commission Snowshoe Rabbit Season Will Open In Pennsylvania Jan. 2 Through 7 SNOWSHOE RABBITS SEASON NEARS Snowshoe rabbits (varying hares) will provide Pennsylvania sportsmen their first open hunting season of 1956. The one-week iseason will begiif at 7 a. m. January 2. It will close at 5 p. m . January 7. The daily bag limit is 2; the season limit is 6 . Snowshoe rabbits are scarce in many parts of the state, so the Game Commission limited the upcoming season to one week. Where these animals are presently in fair numbers the supply is about as high as in other recent years. Destruction of natural habitat caused by maturing forests and overbrowsing by deer have been the principal contributors toward ithe reduction in the population of this game animal. But the white rabbit provides many sportsmen an unusual type of winter hunting in the northern area of the state. The snowshoe really "makes tracks" as it circles widely ahead of hound...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

(Secretory of _Commejnee "Weeto _tcieoenitly declared (the Bisenlhoiwej _AdmMistiratiom was _determined tfco get its mmiltibiliion doHai _fliilgjhwiay ~ iconatrucition iprogiraini _ShroiUgh, Che next session of Congress. -

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

_Ks_%+>y Here. 11 find to live a Faith you **« ¦ • _^HPIWp _^ _w_^v* by inside It's quiet Quiet with the peace House. of centuries, for this is God's Within these loomed so large less fearsome.. you see them in walls, the worries outside become for the first time which perhaps their *¦ *« true perspective _, reward of Faith If this alone were would be enough the But there is more _Faith is a source of strength, a of power that helps you meet the of every day. By worshiping with reservoir needs, your or family each week at youi synagogue, you're giving church them a measure of money could buy. .; to grow,. ' . to live by security no amount The Faith to hope _mriTUillill a Faith Worship to live with them by - this week Give them m ¦ _» • • « , ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Free To Women.. One yeai charter subscrip tion to LANCASTER FARM ING to one _houiewire cavi week who -submits tne _oev letter . . . recipe . . . home making hint. Send your lettei to _LANCASTER _FARMING Quarryville, ra. Here's her letter: "I want to tell you I enjoj reading the Women's pages oi your paper I'd 'like to send yoi one of my favorite cookie recipes for Sour Cream Cookies, I call it Aunt Sallie_'s Sour Cream Cookies Three cups white sugar One and one-fourth cup buttet and lard , ' One-half cup sour cream Two-thirds cup buttermilk Four eggs beaten separately. Two level teaspoons soda (one teaspoonful dissolved in the sour cream) Two teaspoons baking powder and the other teaspoon of soda in flour'enough to roll. Bake in a hot oven"These cookies get good for me," Mrs Wanner adds. ' It's always candy-making time, >o here's another, recipe _^ Mrsbanner likes too. . Sour Cream _Panocha One and one-half cups white ;ugar One and one-half cups firmly tacked brown sugar On...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

For the Farm Wife and Family Christmas is over, and th( codking's done' But here we'n wishing you a Happy New Year Time to take down the Christmas decorations, and start anothei year. Want to acknowledge * letter from Mrs- Roy W. Martin over at Rl Marietta. Sorry her letter was here after the columns before. Christmas were written, for it told of their Christmas Eve family party, a Christmas greeting practice of 18 years which has become a family tradition. spreads from home to elementary speads from home to elementary school, to high school, to college, *nd to office) waits until we are _aill together on Christmas Eve to _apen our greetings. We find the suspense of waiting and the good wishes of our friends a fitting prelude to a Happy Christmas Day." Sounds like an excellent idea but finding a new home awaj from home has aroused my _curg osity to the peak, point. I'm an xious -to see whom I've heard from, and t,o see where I failed to send Christmas cards It happens every ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Ferguson Cow Wins Top Honors Walnut Grove Mable, a pure-bred Guernsey cow bred by H. R. 'Ferguson, Walnut Grove Farms, recently won several prizes in national dairy' shows. The animal was one _of_» the prize winners' at the National Dairy Shaw, Waterloo, Iowa, and a member of the state herd which placed first at the show. Latoi she placed third in the International Dairy Show at Chicago.-The herd honors at-Waterloo, were, the first time a Pennsylvania iierd had been so ranked. The dairy cow, an- extreme type,, is now owned by Dr. Pack, Lauxmont Farms, WrightsyHle, Pa. Elmer Salisbury, Lauxmont manager, assigned his herdsman, Bob Witmer, to care for the animal at the shows. Topping this, Mrs. Ferguson last week was announced as one winner in the. nationwide General Mills-Larro Feeds Contest in naming twin calves. Mrs. Ferguson won a set of silverware for her selection, "Patience and Prudence." The award was made by S. N. Hertzler, field representative, and A. L. flerr &...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

chicken pieces in this _saucepar for an hour or so. Then drair chicken well, roll in flour. _Frj in butter or other fat. Serve wvtr fried pmeaple. en. Brown in ori.- Put in a casserole with broth to cover and cook until tender. Make a sauce of cooked onion slices, garlic, mushrooms, celery and canned tomatoes- Add tomato paste Cook- Add to the chicken, cover and iba_'ke until thick. Do not tihm the sauce Hot Chicken Sandwiches Brown and serve hard rolls Chicken salad Fill brown and serve hard rolls with your favorite chicken salad Chill «Bake until rolls are crusty Serve with hot coffee- Hawaiian Chicken 3_M lb chicken, cut into pieces as for frying - One cup soya sauce One teaspoon ground ginger One-half teaspoon garlic salt One-half teaspoon sugar Butter or other fat Mix together soya sauce, ginger, garlic salt, and sugar _MarinateJ You can't say there isn't ar international flavor to the-cooking we encounter here- Send in your -favorite recipe or household hint—'and we'...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 30 December 1955

Short Courses in General Farming Will Begin Soon The College of Agriculture at The Pennsylvania State University will again offer four-week short courses for persons interested in general farming, dairy farming, and livestock larmmg Any person 16 years of age or older and interested in these agricultural fields may enroll. The Gerieral Farming short course will be offered from January 4 to February 1, 1956 -The Dairy Farming and Livestock Farming short courses will run simultaneously from February 1 to 29, 1956. , These short courses, which are (taught by the faculty of the College of Agriculture, have proven very popular over the years both ior persons experienced in farming and for those who were just starting to farm. Classes are made as practical *s possible and much instruction is conducted in the laboratories, shops, and barns of the University. SUBJECTS EMPHASIZED_^ _VisynoD _Suiuijib_^ _raiauao _dvfi _uj the following subjects are emphasized: Farm Machinery and Tract...

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