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, farms for sale
__99 acre cattle farm. 8 rooms
stone and frame house* bam,
other buildings. Very low price,
24 ACRES . , ,
—Near Etowbethtown. A dandy
small farm for a large family. 12
room. 1 house, barn, other build
ings, fair price. 4novdt.
FARM VALUES BY.. ;. ■.
LEO I. HAIN, INC.
33 N, Duke St. Die! 7-8131
BRAND NEW RUUD GAS HOT
water heater, capa
city. $lOO. price includes installa
tion. Phone Quarryville 3R2.
PORT A,B L E ALUMINIUM
single laundry-tub. 18-gallon
capacity,- Used less than a year,
excellent condition. $B. Phone
Quarryvffle 3R2. 4nov-lt.
FIRST ANNUAL LANCASTER
LAMPETER SALES BARN
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12
AT 12:00 NOON SHARP
Hundred of new items for sale
such as :
JO throw rugs, 5 radios, electric
shaver, pictures, lamps, chairs,
luggage, rotisserie, camera,
, kitchen utensils, paint, toys,
sweaters, socks, cosmetics, sport
ing goods, electric fans.
8 washing machines, 3 re
fngrators, tires, lawn furniture,
mowers, antiques, etc.
Come early. Refreshments Two
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23 1.15 2.76
24 1.20 2.88
25 1.25 3.00
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When buying a wool suit, will
it be woolen or worsted? The dif
ference between the two is in the
length of the fiber used in the
fabric, explains Mrs. Mae B. Bar
ton, extension clothing specialist
of the Pennsylvania State Univer
Worsteds are made of long wool
fibers, combed so the fibers lie
parallel, and twisted into strands
called ply. Two or more piles are
then twisted together to make the
yarn for the material. These yarns
are even, strong, and firm.
Woolens are "made ot shorter
fibers which aren’t combed but
are criss-crossed in the yarn.
Sturdy woolen yarns are two-ply
and more tightly twisted than the
common woolen one-ply yarn
Fabric made from woolen yarns
may be rough, nubby, or napped
When ready to use, the trozen
block may be brushed wjth but
ter and baked in -a moderate oven
or squash may be heated in a
The Sage of *
Washington, D. C,
The Soviet Embassy was the
'scene of a musical and reception
last Thursday evening when Am
bassador Zaroubin entertained in
honor of the Russian pianist,
Emile Gilelis. Jusltiee and Mrs.
William 0. Douglas headed the
list of Umlted Sitaites representa
tives while Chief of Protocol,
John Farr Simmons, represented
the Department of State. Old
timers say it was the first formal
affair since World War II and
the first strictly cultural since
1921. Must toe that Russian “now
look” asserting itself.
The Nation’s Capital played
host to Admiral and Lady Mount
batten who are on a two week
visit to America. While the Ad
amical stated the visit was one qf
routine business, it got off on a
successful social basis with a re
ception attended by many of the
naval military group.
November 1 marks the ninety
first anniversary of the establish
ment by the Post Office Depart
ment of the postal money order
system. During the first eight
months of operation money or
ders totaling $400,000 were sold.
This year the total will he ap
proximately $6,000,000,000. Dur
ing the ninety years of operation
regulations have been changed,
the maximum amount of a money
order having been increased and
the gaiety factor has likewise in
BuMings adjoining the head
quarters of the National Rifle
Association are in the process of
being demolished. The associa
tion plans the erection of a mod
ern office and exhibit building for
it’s own use on the site at 16th
Street and Rhode Island Avenue,
Not all governmental depart
ments or agencies cost the tax
payers money. Federal Housing
Commissioner Mason recently an
nounced that reserve funds hack
ing up PHA’s loan insurance pro
grams’ increased by nearly $64,-
000,000* during the fiscal year
■ended last June 30 Total reserves
had nsen to $417,900,000 by that
date. The increase represents
$71,000,000- in net earning from
operations for the year, less
$7,200,000 in earnings distributed
as participation payments from
FHA’s Mutual Mortage Insurance
Fund to eligible mortgagors as
provided 'by iaw. Since July 1940,
.aII»FHA operating expenses have
been paid out of income.
There are several other agen
cies in the same category but,
when appropriation time comes
around, Congress loses sigtot of
the money-making agencies and
treats all departments alike.
President Castillo Armas and
his wife, of Guatemala, will ar
rive in Washington on Monday.
They will be welcomed by Vice
President Niqon and will be pre-
VINTAGE Phone Gap
Sales Every Tuesday
Night at 6:00
ALL TYPES OF LIVESTOCK
CALVES ESPECIALLY .
MAIL BOX MARKET
MOUNT HOPE PULLETS, 7
months old; Bronchitis, New*
castle and Fowl Pox protected.
Laying. Also custom corn pick
ing with 2-row mounted Oliver
picker. Phone Lcola 6-6326.
■seated with (the traditional key
ito the city. The visit will include
wreath' laying ceremonies at the
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier,
and a trip to Mt. Vernon as well
as social activities. President
Armas will receive an honorary
degree from Georgetown Univer
Two Fire Calls
In Day; Meeting
Two fire calls—one during the
meeting of, the Quarryvme r ire
Company and its auxiliary—
provided a busy day Monday for
the Volunteer group.
while the two groups
were in business session, a call
came from Fairfield, where a
small frame building used as a
playhouse was destroyed on the
property of Andrew txiDoencn.
The 10 by 12 building was
formerly a brooder house, but re
cently converted into a playhouse
for the children. Loss was esti
mated at $l5O. Bad wiring was
believed to oe me cause.
Earlier Monday, the department
was called to the farm home of
John W. Winters, Peach Bottom
HI, just south of New Texas on
222, where a bedroom closet on
the second floor was damaged by
fire. Mr. Winters and his hired
man, Jack Snider, extinguished
the blaze before the Quarryville
crew arrived. Loss was estimated
The room was occupied by twt
of the children, John 7, and Ray
mond, 5. There are two other
children in the family, Susan, 3,
and Allan, 11 months.
After the crews returned and
the business' meeting wound up,
Jim Burt of the Solanco High
school staff and Ernie Neill,
editor of Lancaster Farming,
showed colored slides on Mexico
Sandwiches and coffee were serv
ed after the showing.
Squash to be frozen should be
firm and mature, points out Mar
jorie J. Wormeck, extension nu
tritionist of the Pennsylvania
Wash squash and cut into pieces,
removing the seeds. Cook pieces
until soft in boiling water, steam,
pressure cooker or in the oven
Remove the" from the rmd
and mash or press -uirnugn a
Cool by putting the squash in
refrigerator trays. Stir occasional
ly. Pack meal size portions into
containers leaving a half-inch
headspace. Sea* and freeze.
Lancaster Farming, Friday, November 11, 1955
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KET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYTILLE, PA.
Farm Women Society No 11 Meets
The November Meeting of the
Farm Women's Society No 17 was
Iheld on Thursday afternoon at
'the home of Mrs. Benjamin Mus
ser, Buck, with (the president,
Mrs. Melvin Marion, in charge
Hie devotions were conducted
by the hostess, followed by the
roll call by the secretary, Mrs.
Everett Kreoder, and answered
with sentence prayers of thank
fulness. The members have made
four scrap books _ for the Heart
Haven, Osteopathic Hospital, St.
Joseph’s Hospital and General
Hospital m Lancaster, The gift
exchange has been changed from
the September to the January
meeting. The literary program
consisted of a poem on “Thanks
giving” by Mrs. Maude Burnish,
and group singing was led by
Mrs. Pearl Aument. Following
this a White Elephant sale was
held with Mrs. Everett Kreidier
auctioneer. The next meeting will
he held on December 1 at the
home of Mrs. Samuel Wenger,
Buck, with the co-hostesses to be
Mrs, Ida Erihleman,, Mrs. Stanley
Stauffer and Mrs. Harry P. Ank
ruim. After adjourning, a social
(time was held and refreshments
served by hostesses Mirs. Mus
ser, Mrs Russell Lloyd and Mrs.
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