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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

The 1931 annual Lancaster County Tobacco Show was scheduled to be held at the Lancaster Newspapers , Inc . building , West King Street , Monday . January 11 , at 2 : 00 p . m . One entry , consisting of 14 leaves in each of the four classes was permitted . All entries were to be taken to the January State Farm Show at Harmburg Fue destroyed a frame kitchen adjoining the farm house owned by Isaac Mast , between Cochranville and Atglen The dwelling was occupied by Charles Gipe . Firemen of the Atglen and Parksburg fire companies _, responding , to the blaze , reported the fire was caused by a defective flue . _ _*¦• * ever is real , is known to him , [ however small . The needs of thej flowers in the meadow , the needs j of the birds on the wing , God ! knows these—and how much morel we his children have a right to ; depend on him ! Worry is a sign ; we have forgotten God , or dontj think he- is wise enough , or * strong enough , to do what is right , i Mountain and Molehill Most huma...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_^ Cure for Worry Lesson for January 8 , 1956 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

_^ Cure for Worry Lesson for January 8 , 1956 •• _TpAKE no thought for your •*¦ life , what ye shall eat , neither for the body , what ye shall put on . Did Jesus say this ? There it _stands in Luke 12 : 22 . But how foolish it sounds ! Christians do tak _» thought { or what they eat ; they plan meals , they eat in Grade-A restaurants if possible they make out grocery bsts , they store food in freezers . They ; ake thought for the body , too ; didnt you get out your winter underwear and your overcoat , and didnt you store those last summer where the moths couldnt get at them ? Very good as if Jesus never Dr . Foreman Christians- act said Take no thought . . . As * matter oi fact , the instinct of such Christians has always been right . Jesus never did say this The Bevised Standard Version gives the word of Jesus the right translation which Greek scholars have always known was correct : Do not be anxious . Thought for the future is not wrong ; anxiety about ihe future is wrong for a ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
25 Years Ago [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

25 Years Ago Earl Groff , Strasburg , was elected president of the Lancaster County Holstein - Friesian Breeders Assn . at the 1931 reorganization meeting held at Lancaster . Other officers elected included Harry Metzler , Paradise , vice president ; H . Earl Long , Landisville , secretary ; H- K . Mailm , Goodville , treasurer . Members of the executive committee included Isaac Hershey , Jr . , Gordonville ; Earl Rank , Strasburg ; Abner Risser , Bainbridge ; John Styer _, Goodville , and Donald Patterson , Gap . , A meeting of the Octoraro Farmers Club was held at the residence- of Mr . and Mrs- J . C Pownall , Little Britain Twp . Interesting papers were prepared and read by Harry Pownall and Alice Walton before the group , numbering , 73 members and guests . The Lititz Agriculture Mutual Fire Insurance Co . elected the following officers for 1931 : Henry H . Koser , _^ Landisville , president ; J . Bitzer Johns , Denver , vice president ; -Henry-B . Gibble , Lititz , secretary ;...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Filipino Ag Editor _™ Visits Penn Stale Leopoldo C _. Dondiz , informa tion officer for the Ministry ol Agriculture of the • Philippine Islands , recently spent a week visiting with the information staff of College of Agriculture at the Pennsylvania State University . During his stay he studied methods used to distriute agricultural information in Pennsylvania , paying special attention to uses of radio , visual aids and television , as well as such media as newspapers , magazines , and published material . NEGATIVE CRITICISM Angry Patron ( leaving cinema ) — I ve never seen a worse picture in my life ! Commissionaire ( overhearing the remark ) — Ever ad yer photo taken ?

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Farm Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Farm Calendar _JANUARY Jan 2-7 - Testing Milk and Cream . Short _couir&e , Pennsylvania U . Jan . 4-Feb . 1 -General Faming Start Course , Pennsylvania U Jam . 6 — ( Sunset ) Waterfow ] season 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 _, K 2 _Elizabethtown . Jan . 9-10 - State Farm Women s Society Convention , Farm Show , Harnsburg . Jan . 9-13 - Pennsylvania State Farm Show , Harrisburg . Jan . 9-21 - Ice Cream for Plant Men Start Course . Pennsylvania D . Jan- 11 — Special Flying Farm ¬ ers Day ( conjunction with State Farm Show ); all day program , dinner at the Harrisburg State Airport . Jan . 14 - Farm Womens Sotoiefty 18 guests of Society 7 , Paradise Etanentaiy Softool . Jan . 16 — New Holland Farmers Day Association , ~ _~ Inc . annual banquet , election of officers , 6 : 30 p m . American Legion HomeJan 17 —...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Senator Kerr Buys Angus Herd At _Essar Ranch [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Senator Kerr Buys Angus Herd At _Essar Ranch Senaitoir Robert S . Kerr od Oklahoma and his partner , D A , McGee , _announced tihe purchase on Nov . 23 of the _well-faioiwx Aberdeen-Angus iherd at _OSsisai Ranidh , San Antonio , Texas This toerd , solid toy Tom Stock , _Essai iRanidh owner , consists of approximately 800 ( head ot purebred Angus oattlle , Headed by the well-known telhiow EmW , Prance _Sumlbeaiir . 328 th ! , the herd _wu ) U toe ( transferred _lo the Kerr Ranch in LeFlore Counitv . QMa , and will _iconit _^ ue under the _management df Dlr . Paul Keesee , _vetermarnan and vocational _agracultural speclaliat , _iwiho with his _faimaily will live- on the 4 « 000-acre Kerir _Riancih There will Jbe itwo _exceptions to ithie _ltoanslsr \ af tlhe entire ( herd to Illhe Kenr Ranclh A . portion ot rtih-e toerd iwull be kept at the farm ot Mr , MaGee on Bluff Greek near Oklahoma City , while 40 of the cows will ibe soldi to Senator Albert Glare of Tennessee , and has cousin ,...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

AIR-CONDITIONING According to a survey recently completed , one home in every twenty-two m the nation has aireonditioning of some type . Twenty-eight per cent of the purchases were for reasons of health . Just a fraction under half of the units were installed m bedrooms , while 34 per cent chose the living room as the cooler site Renters accounted for only 23 . 7 per cent of the total The most popular size was the three-quaiter ton unit .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

MUSSER CROSSES FOR MORE PROFIT IF you want low cost , large bodied leghorn pulle that will be ready to lay early next Fall—THAT will lay large white eggs and give you su stantial profit—THEN order your chicks direct from a ( closed-flo breeder , ) in your own locality , who crosses bloi lines within their own -flock—THUS furnishing you with the type of resistan best fitted to combat local health problems . ORDER— MUSSER LEGHORNS — For Eggs DONEGAL CROSSES — For Broilers DONEGAL LEGHORN CROSSES—For Meat & Eg MUSSER LEGHORN FARMS MOUNT JOY 3-4911 West Willow Farmers Association Custom Grinding and Mixing _W-W-F Poultry Teeds Ultra-lifed Formulas West Willow , Pa .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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For the Farm Wife and Family [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family Free To Women .. Starting off the New Year , _tht mail is picking up again . Toe much cooking during the hoh days to take time out to share recipes , and . in my own case , too much travel , too much business , too many friends to renew acquaintances with . In the ¦ past week your editor has covered some 3250 miles with a chance to compare again the East , the somewhat-south St . Louis , and the midwestern Corn Belt . What you miss most — outside of the rather chilling weather — is Pennsylvania cookingThis jaunt included Christmas in Falls Church , Va .-with some w 6 nderful friends , back to Lancaster County a few days , and off for St- Louis , Mo ., then Des Moines , Iowa . The New Year s Eve , always a big event , was with old friends , and many of the same group joined in a SunJay afternoon , New Year s Day , reception Lancaster Farming s reputation has gone far and wide , and the comments on Pennsylvania cookery , as contained in these columns , has...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

ONE DAY AT A TIME Annie Flint One day at _atime with its failures and fears , ~ With its hurts and mistakes , with its weakness and tears , With its portion of pain and its burden of care ; - _On& day at a time we must meet and must bear . _^ One day at a time to be patient and strong , To be calm under trial and sweet under wrong ; Then its toiling shall pass and its sorrow shall cease , It shall darken and die , and the night shall bring peace One day at a time — but the day is so long , And the heart is- not brave , and-the soul is not strong . _0 Thou pitiful Christ , be Thou near all the way ; Give courage and _w patience , and strength for the day . Swift cometh His answer , so clear and so sweet : Yea , I will be with thee , thy troubles to meet ; _1 will not forget thee , nor fail thee , nor grieve ; I will not forsake thee ; I never will leave . One day at a time , and the day is His day ; , - He hath numbered its hours , though they haste or delay . His grace i...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

FASHION FEATURES FABULOUS FURS— Almost beyond belief are the , two creations shown above . Norwegian Blue Foxat left , is rarely seen in a full-length greatcoat such as this . Styled by Genevieve Fath , the Paris offering is a luxurious one-of-a-kind achievement . At . right is shown a mink bathrobe . If fashioned from Nature s own mink _^ kins , it would tive even a healthy budget acute anemia in the -pocketbook department . However , the soft , sleek fur is a man-made fabric Known as Princeton s mutation , the material is said to be warmer and hfhter , but much less expensive , than mink fur . A full-length coat is expected to retail for less than $ 200 . First showing of the fabric was made in New York City -

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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