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

Egg Role Tops In Breakfast (Continued from Page One) and president of the Lancaster Count} Poultry Association, told ol the sign erection Saturday at g30 a m. William H. Wilson, sales manager oi Hubbard _Firms and newly-named director of publicity for poultry in the county, introduced recent contest winners, Mrs. Samuel Bailey of Eden Road, Lancaster, for her traditional egg recipe. Charles Millinger of the Lancaster Boy's Club for his modem egg recipe, and the Lancaster County Poultry, Queen, Miss Ruth Weidksel of Kirkwood. Fiomlhe Poultry & Egg National Board, Leslie S. ¦ Hubbard explained work of his group, woik in the board's experimenita! kitchens, and told that with offices _already in Chicago (headquaiters), Boston and San Francisco a fourth may be opened in the South. "Most Complete, Most Perfect 'The egg is one of nature's most complete, most perfect ioods." he told, -"and if a man ate six eggs tor breakfast (one in the Wednesday morning session did) ho woul...

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

Ralston Purina Founder Dies Christmas Eve ST LOUIS, Mo. — William H. Danforth, founder and chairman of the board of the Ralston Purina Company, died of a heart attack on Christmas eve at his_> home in St Louis . He was 85 years old - Mr. Danfoith had been active until he was stricken while waiting with his family for the arrival of Christmas carolers He was founder and president of the National Christmas Carols Association. Pioneer in Feed Industry One of the pioneers of the commercial feed industry, Mr. Danforth became associated with_, the Robinson Danforth Commission Co. in St Louis in 1894 The principal -pioduct of the small business was a feed lor horses and mules Secretary of Commerce Weeks _forcasts that stoies will enjoy the Ibest Chirisihmas sales in Jiistory ihiis fall.

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

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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

Negro teachers face loss of joibs iji in I eg ration- Bent-ion says fanmens are aid _iu&Utig to _s>eace. GENUINE CHINCHILLAS Stolss this Valuable »nim»l In 70m bJ.pt in en i or ip*re room. Costs about $2 50 pei ye*r to feed. Bears up to 12 _iciis 'Write lor free _literaturi or visit, our herd. Supplement your Farm Income by Raising genuine Chinchillas Koenig's Chinchilla Ranch 21 IS Marietta Av_«.Rohentown_,Pa. _Lancaster County Lane. 4-8558

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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

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

TWO PIONEERS-PASS ON Last week two Lancaster County farming pioneers passed on, both of high stature in their own field, both modest but recognized, both authorities in their subjects whose counsel was 'sought by hundreds. One was Henry K. Landis_, co-founder of the Landis Valley Farm Museum. The other, Arthur S. Young, farm equipment dealer of Kinzers"_" . Mr. Landis was in his 90th year, Mr. Young in his 66th. Of Mr. Young, C. Rahkin Wiley, new clerk T)f quarter sessions court and a southern Lancaster County farm equipment man, . said: "He possibly contributed more to the farm equipment industry than any other one man m the state. He appeared in Washington when steel was scarce to plead the case of the farm equipment manufacturer; he was secretar of the Lancaster County Farm Equipment Dealers since 1920, and secretary of the State Association Id-years' from its time of founding to 1952." _^ Both collected memorabilia of the farm industry, from the day of the crooked-stick plow t...

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

This Week on Lancaster Farms (This _Wertc In 1905) By JACK REICHARD .A most important event of interest to farmers, 50 years ago this week, was the two-day session of the annual Farmers' Institute at Quarryville, with the Hon. William H- _'Brosius, of Fernglen. presiding, and _Norman C. Maule, of Collins, acting secretary. - The institute opened with an address of welcome by James Collins, of Quarryville. which was followed by an appropriate musical program. Chief speaker during the twoday period was Prof. Wells W. Cooke, of Washington, D. C, who spoke on the overage , cosf of food consumed in those days and the relative value of the foods- Prof. Cooke stated that food" for the " average American m 1906 would cost about 30 cents per day. Other speakers on hand dur* ing the various sessions included the Hon Thomas J. Philips, of Atglen, John F. Shanik, New Providence and J. A. Bruckhart, _Lititz_, one of the largest poultry raisers m the county. The Hon. William _.Brosius, in...

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Untitled Article [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 don'tj think "he- is wise enough, or* strong enough, to do what is right, i Mountain and Molehill Most human minds are pretty ac...

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Untitled Article [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; didn't you get out your winter underwear and your overcoat, and didn't you store those last summer where the moths couldn't 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 Christi...

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Untitled Article [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; Owen Hershey, L'ititz, treasur...

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Untitled Article [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?

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956

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

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Untitled Article [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_, K2 _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 Women's 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 Home-Jan 17 — Second Annual Poultry Exchange Meeting, 7:30...

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Untitled Article [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. 328th!, the herd _wu)U toe (transferred _lo the Kerr Ranch in Le-Flore Counitv. QMa, and will _iconit_^ue under the _management 'df Dlr. Paul Keesee, _vetermarnan and vocational agra'cultural speclaliat, _iwiho with his _faimaily will live- on the 4«000-acre Kerir Rian'cih 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, MaG'ee on Bluff Greek near Oklahoma City, while 40 of the cows will ibe soldi to Senator Albert Glare of Tennessee, and has cousin, Grady Gore * Senator Ke...

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

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