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

Women's Page _CANDA APRICOTS — Make some w(hiole_$ioime Christmas icanicty for _yiooiir dhiMren. Prepare a syruip by boilainig one _ouip water with two cups sugar for five minutes _Dinop dried _aoirieofcs into hot syruip. Remove at once. Dram _amd cool. Rod 'in granulated sdgar _etoritly before servlnig, suggests Mairjorie JrWormeck, Penn State _extemlston nutaltionislt- PRESS WOOLENS — DonM push, itlh'e iron over wood gairmenitis Ibhe way you do wihen ironing cot-Itonis. Touidhi it 'liglhtBIy to tine tiiaimlpewed pressing cloth If s ifihe Steam, wit the weirfkt of (toe iron Hhalt _presses wools, _reports Mae ¦B. _Banton, Penn Slate extension _eWhlnig specialist. > HELP Ci/EAN — A young dhiild wants to heltp wlhen Mothv«r is cleaning. He can dust low rungs and talbfe legs, reminds _Margueipilte L- Du-w»!l, iPtnm State extension family life specialist-FLOCK PRITTED — Falbr _" cs Ithat are "fikUcK JMtated" foave u_^_hioiPt fibers massed or held up-(_rigjhtt to a tpiasit...

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

Can't He? A quiidk-itihiinikinig saulor _cainw nip _wiltlb a new one iwihen his dhref (demanded, "How came _youta _Uileefpimg on the jolb?" "Goofeeiss," replied _tfhe sailor "can't a mam close ihis eyes for a Red Rose Dairy Improvement Reports Listed Seventy eight Lancaster County dairy herds are on test 4o find out _iprimauly which cows should be culled and which are (producing satisfactorily. Mere is a 'brief re-ort on some of the toigih individual cows and herds being tested by the "owner-saimpler" (procedure of the Red Rose 'Dairy Herd ilimiprovement Association. Carl Diller, Refton, is the cow-tenter m charge. High herds in _Ibutterfat (production for Noveiriber moulde: 1 .Herbert., and Rhelda Rover. R5 Lancaster, 13 cow&, avg. 985 1b milk, 38.4 butterfat: 2, Henry B.

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

Lancaster Farming, Friday, December 30, 1955—7 Leaman, R4 Laiic&siter, 12 cows, owner Elmer H Rohrer, R2 Lan-798 lbs milk, 38.2 ibmtterfat: 3, caster, 1_TB3 lbs milk. 107.0 fat; Daniel IS Stioltzfus, 20 cows, 1,000 Nellie, owner Arthur D Wenger, _Ubs mrlk, 37 0 foutt/Pirfat; 4,Daniel Rl _Bareville, 2118 lbs «ulk, 89 0 S Erib, Manfheim Pike, Lin-caster, fat; Jenny, owner Henry B Lea-7 caws, 885 ]'bs nuflk. 352 ibutter- man, R4 Lancaster, 1824 lbs milk, fat 87.6 fait: Bizz, owner Clarence High individual cows of 80 lbs Neff, MiWwort Road, 1599 lbs _buitterfat or more include Dora, milk, 834 fat

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

WHA TS NEWS 2 Give LANCASTER FARMING a call - or drop us a letter - if you have farming news to report, a sale coming up, if you bur columns are for you schedule a coming event i. Please sign all items. Phone: Quarryville 378 Lancaster 4-3047 imam

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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

You see PROOF of fuel savings with ASHLEY A MODE FOR EVERY HOME 24 HOUR _THIRMOSTATIC DOWN DRAFT WOOD HEATERS Open Thur*. & Sat. till KAUFFMAN'S HARDWARE Phone 4-0951 NEW HOLLAND

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

When we stop to think we realize our 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. DAVID'S OPTICAL CO FITTING ADJUSTMENT REPAIRS 114 N. Prince St.—Lancaster Ph. 4-2767 Open Tues. and Fri. Bv«nings

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

Phone Company Ground-Breaking It's The Law "It's the Law" with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Association- General interest queitions ore _^ welcomed, and will be answered as soon as possible. Letters must be signed. Answers will not be published on a specfied» requested day. Questions cannot be answered by mail, and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest. Ad¬ dress all inquiries to "It** the Law," LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville, Pa. Q. I _^ owe a good bit in bills and am trying to pay them off as fast as I can. However, the opportunity has presented itself for me to buy the kind of house I would like at what I think is a pretty good price. If I buy it, can my creditors put liens against it and take it away from me? Would it help to put it m my wife's maiden name? P. R. A. If you buy the house in your name, your creditors can proceed to reduce their claims to judgments, and ...

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

THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE TERRIFIC (IT We're Snowed Under - - But Your Subscription will be processed as soon as possible Please bear with us P. S. Don't forget—Free Distribution Ends Soon. Mail Your Subscription Today Farming Lancaster Quarryville, Pa Only$l Per Year - - NOW - - !! )

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

FURNACE OIL By uiing TEXACO FURNACE OIL you c_*n alwaya Count On A Warm Home CALL US FOR QUICK SERVICE Garber Oil Company MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 PENNA

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

BELMONT 97 Per Cent Pure Agricultural Limestone Analysis: Calcium Oxide 30% Magnesium Oxide 20% Calcium Equivalent ... 57% Wenger & Sensenis> Co Phone Gap 45R21 RD 1, Paradise,-Pa

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

JOHN D. GRAHAM A. H. BURKHOLDER TELEPHONE 37O-R4 TELEPHONE 8c GRAHAM BURKHOLDER ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING TELEPHONE 1O9-R-2 . 'QUARRYVILLE, PA 175

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

West Willow Farmers _Association Custom Grinding and Mixing W-W-F Poultry Feed* Ultra-Lifed Formulas West Willow, Pa. Phone Lancaster 45019

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

Progressive Breeders A_^ard Goes To Several Holstein-Friesian Men DAYTON HERD QUALIFIES . For the fifth year, _RusseDl SDayton, Montrose_, Pa., has qualified for the Progressive Breeders' Award, presented by The Holstein-Fnesian Association of America- This honor, the highest recognition bestowed upon a breeder of registered Holstein-Friesian dairy cattle, has been tachieved by only 286 Holstein breeding establishments in the entire nation, and Mr. Dayton is one of 30 in Pennsylvania to be so recognized-In order to achieve the Progressive Breeders' Award a _Hok stein breeder must meet strict qualifications in all phases of dairy cattle reeding and management, including production, type improvement, herd health and (the development of home-bred animals. The last production test of the Dayton Herd Improvement Registry program was completed December 31, 1954, with the 27-cow herd averaging 13,721 lbs of milk and 509 lbs of butterfat in 310 days on 2 milkings daily. -The herd ha...

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

lU \JiUlU\ ... of my driving as I drive—and stay alert. l(f if/Hilly. ... of the stupidity of excessive speed—and never speed. /if** 7 ... of the good reasons for traffic lavs, signs and signals TO [/ fllliK —and obey them. /_fP* / ... of my plrysical limitations before ever _taking the IU {//ill/A. wheel—and respect them. /_ffr* / ... of the happy results of courtesy, good judgment and I" _if/_iliiiX common sense—and demonstrate them. _u /T&* / ... of every man, woman and child's right to live—and IV {//llllA respect that right. i /_Jfc* /••• °_f the heartbreak caused by drivers who don ' f think—TO [ffllllK and not be one of them. olve _tftResolve _33_& _Resolve _Resolve _tfftesolve 3_!Re$ This message in the interest of highway safety is one of a series prepared and disseminated by the Pennsylvania Neivspaper Publishers' Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA _ffMesoke soke

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

1956 Farm Show Entries Large; Jan. 9 Opener HARRISBUBG — Along with more than 12,000 entries of livestock, poultry and other farm products in competition for a record premium offering of $55,968, a new high of 131 different events are scheduled for the 1956 Pennsylvania Farm Show, according to Dr. William L. Kenning, State Secretary of Agriculture and chairman of the Farm Show Commission. j - ' • Programs for the big blue ribbon show to be held here Jan. 9-13 were issued today. New features provided by the Commission and 36 statewide farm organizations in their annual meetings will make the 40th annual Farm Show "bigger and better than even," Dr. Henning declared. Formal dedication of the Farm Show to "Farming for Freedom" will be by Governor George M. Leader at brief ceremonies in the large arena on Monday evening, Jan 9. Doors to the largest mid-winter agricultural show in the United States will be opened to the ipublic at'eight o'clock [that morning. The show now has 21 d...

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

Farm Calendar JANUARY Jan. 2-7 - Testing Milk and Cream, Short course, Pennsylva nia XJ. Jan'4—Egigs Breakfast laundhiing Egg Month, Lancaster ¦Poultry * Association, Poultry and _tegig National Board, Hotel Brunswick, Lancaster 8 a mi. Jan 4-Feto 1 - General Faoraniimg _Shiont Course, _Pennsylvania U. Jan. 6 — (Sunset) Waterfowl seaSQn ends: Bucks, Philadelphia and Delaware counties and on Delaware River bordering these counties. Jan. 7 - Farm Society 6, Installation of Officers, 2 p_(.m.» home of Mrs. Daniel Eshleman, R2 Elizabethtown-Jan. 9-10 - State Farm Women's Society Convention, Farm Show, Harrisburg. Jan. 9-13 - Pennsylvania State Fann Show, Harrisburg. Jan. 9-21 - Ice Cream for Plant Men Start Course, Pennsylvania _sjan. 14 - Farm Women's 8&-Jorety 18 guests of Society 7, Paradise Elem©mtaiy School. Jan. 16 — New Holland Faiftn-«rs Day <AS9oeiation> Inc. annual banquet, election of officers, 6:30 t>. an. American Legion 'Home. 17 — Seco...

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

Ten Per Cent Pig Crop Gain Shown in 1955 The Crop Reporting Board announced that 1955 piig crop totaled 955 million head, an sncreage of 10 per cent from the revised estimate for 1954. _Tiue Spring >pi'g crap at 57 3 million head was up 8 per cent and the _SsM. crop ait 37 9 million head was 12 per cent larger than _last year _Tfeie stua&Jber of sows farrowing <Mg fall was 11 per cent larger _ithan last year. The number of grigs saved oer litter for the fall crop iwaa set * at 6 81 pigs, this toeing the highest of reconl'. 56 Million Spring Pigs 'Reports on breeding intentions for the 1956 spring -pig crop indicate a total of 8,116 000 sews tsfarrolw. This was 2 per ceat fellow the muimlber of farrowed test spring I(f the intentions for _storing farrowing materialize and itfise _ndmfber of pigs saved per Jdtter equals the 10-year average with am a'fflowanee for upward trend, ._tihe 1956 spring pig crop would (be 56 million head A crop of this size would...

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

Detitel Care 1_# All Cattle Urged By Foundation Cattlemen were urged today to give more _attention to the dental care of cattle that fail to eat properly or that fail to produce a normal supply of milk or meat. - The American Foundation for Animal Health says that many -cattle owners - apparently overlook the fact that defective teeth may be the cause _<5f digestive upsets and general unthriftiness in otherwise healthy cattle. "' Foundation officials cite speci 1 _- fie causes to illustrate the problem that can be caused by faulty teeth "One case was a cow which was exhibited a poor appetite for several days and then refused to eat any feed," the Foundation reports. "A digestive disturbance of some kind was _«su- .spected, but examination by a veterinarian failed to confirm this susp_\cion. "However, when the veterinarian checked for a possible throat obstruction, he cut his finger on an extremely sharp back tooth. The cow had two such sharp teeth, so sharp in fact, t...

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

Thomforde Heads Chester-Dela. Poultry for Year Harold Thiomiforde. Kennett _Square, was elected _president of the ~ 'Ghester-Defewtare County Poultry Assn. at the first annual dinner _aneetang «if the organization at the YMCA in _Goaitesville. Other officers are: Paul Deitiwiler, _Parkerf ord, vice president; Lawrence Hood, West Grove, secretary; D. IB- Chrismuan, Elver-Bon, treasurer. Also on the board ¦of dmre'etors are Walter CarMn, MortonvnHe; John A. Stratiton, Glen Mills; William Shaw, Downinigtown; Harry Adams, Coaites 1 - ville; and Harold Windle_, Cochranvdle C. (M. Kessler, of Allied Mills line, Chicago, smoke on the "Ohalilewge of Change and (the Ohiallenge of Efficiency " L. iL Logan, Donidon Grove, retiring president, (_reported on the first year activities and progress of the association

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