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Pan-Fried Chicken for Dinner Is a Dish to Crow About [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Pan-Fried Chicken for Dinner Is a Dish to Crow About BY DOROTHY MADDOX _TJTHAT can be better eating than a tender frying chicken tt when perfectly _fcan-fried _? Nothing is a good answer . So let s get on with preparations for an easy-to-preparfe feast . Pan-Fried Chicken One chicken for frying , 1 cup flour , 2 teaspoons salt , V * teaspoor pepper , 2 teaspoons paprika . % cup butter . or margarine _(»/« pound ) shortening , 3 tablespoons water . I Have chicken drawn and cut into serving pieces t _* or if qufekI frozen , thaw according to directions on the box . Rinse in cold i Water and drain . , „ i Mix flour , salt , pepper and paprika in a paper sack . Shake 3 or 4 pieces of chicken in sack at a time to coat thoroughly . Heat tht butter and enough shortening in a heavy skillet to m » ke * layer of fat _% -inch deep . _ | With kitchen tongs place chicken In hot fat , skin side down Brown and turn . | Add water and cover iightly . _ f J Xeduce heatand cook slowlyttbout 30 to 40 m...
By Dr . Hennmg Farm Women erf State Praised [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
By Dr . Hennmg Farm Women erf State Praised HARRISBURG — Dr William L . Hennmg , State Secretary of Agriculture , _Monday commended Pennsylvania farm women for their well known ability to create and advance family living , on their ability as good _^ cooks , and on their widening interest in good government . The . fame of Pennsylvania farm cooking is nationwide , he _declared in welcoming members of the Society of Farm Women of _Pennsylvania at their 37 th annual Farm Show week convention _, y Interest in Government That is one reason why there is increasing demand for typical Pennsylvania foods , especially those of the unmatched Pennsyl ¬ vania Dutch variety , he continued . They are nationally advertised , and justly so Pennsylvania farm women not only excell in the culinary arts and in all other phases of homemaking , Dr . Henning said , but they art showing greater interest in local , state and national government . ~ _~^ Farm women can accomplish much by expanding this intere...
Women ' s Page [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Women s Page ( Continued from page 6 ) CHEESES NEED SIMILAR CARE Edam , Blue , Cheddar , or ahj other kind of cheese needs _tht same care in storage and use states Marjorie J . Wormeck , extension nutntionist-of the Pennsylvania State UniversityA heavy wax paper or foil is excellent protection _^ for cheese in storage . If you have neither , a covered dish will do . Cheese tastes and keeps better when stored an a refrigerator . Cook all kinds of cheese at low temperatures because , like any protein foods , they toughen with high heat . If posible _, melt them in a double boiler or chafing dish instead of over direct heat . CABBAGE ( BRINGS PEP TO SALADS N The vitamin C vegetable — cabbage — delights the palate in a variety of-salads , Helen L . Denning , extension nutritionist of the Pennsylvania State University , says . Try cabbage combined with green pepper , carrots , celery , and radishes . Season with a little chopped onion . Or add some red cabbage to green cabbage and season...
Farm Women 17 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Farm Women 17 To Treat Vets At Valley-Forge Members of Farm Worn ens Society No . 17 will take treats to veterans at Valley Forge in February , it was announced m the recent meeting at the -home of Mrs . Clyde Kreider Quarryville . Sixteen members were _present for the January meeting Two visitors and one new member were also _ttyaie The meeting opened with the singing of several songs with Grace Shaub accoVnpanying at the piano . Devotions were in charge of the hostess and she read N from the book , Streams in the Desert . Each member gave her favorite poem m answenng roll call . The treasurer reported a balance of $ 184 85 . A thank-you letter was read from _thfa two 4-K girls sent to the National Congress in Chicago , with expenses partially paid by-Farm Womens Societies here The group decided to have a stand at the John ODonnell farm _, sale Conditions were read for u _&lt; _3 of the county flag . Sara Stauffer entertained the group with two quizzes A plastics party , in...
Farm- Society : 20 Plans Sewing Day For Cancer Unit [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Farm- Society : 20 Plans Sewing Day For Cancer Unit Society of Farm Women 20 will hold an all-day sewing session for the American Cancer Society , Wednesday , Jan . 18 , at the home of Mrs . Joseph Best , RD Kirkwood- Members are to bring a covered dish for the luncheon . Members of the society met Thursday last week at the home of Mrs . Thomas Ferguson , Kirkwood . Two delegates to the State Convention were named , Mrs . Jack FeTguson and Mrs . Marshall Rintz . Assisting Mrs Best were Mrs . Glen Knecht and Mrs . _Wiljjare Gross- Mrs Park Reinhart , presi ¬ dent , was in charge . Mrs . Josaph Lesley reviewed the book , Apple in the Attic , by Mildred Gordon . On Feb . 2 , Thursday , the group will meet at the home of MrsBest . Co-host _^ sses will be Mrs . Blim ess Hand Shu . _Jto ~ _SiFas Rice-
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Used Freezers Used Refrigerators D . L . DIEM &amp; SONS PHONE 6-2131 LITITZ , PA . WHATS NEWS ? Give LANCASTER FARMING a call ¦ or drop us a letter - if you have farming news to report , a sale coming up , if you schedule a coming event . Our columns are for you . Please sign all items . _LBF 1 Phone : Quarryville 378 ¦ I Lancaster 4-3047 wwont Quarryville , Pa .
FFA Honors 2 From County At Farm Show [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
FFA Honors 2 From County At Farm Show Two Lancaster County educators were among 43 I aimers , sail ( conservationists , ( businessmen , ( newspapermen , _iradao reporters lanid schoolmen named Honorary Keystone _Farmers . with degrees _presented Wednesday _^ at ttie Future Faraners of American statewide iconvention an Hairrasfciung Honored from Lancaster County were Dr D . L _Biamesderfer , president , MiHersville State Teaidhers College , and George Myers , Laiwpeter - _Steusfaurg Union High Sdhool vocational agriculture in&amp;tnrctor . _PresMinig over the session was State President Rdbert WeJk , Promoting , Aiding Education Degrees were presented in appreciation of outstanding activity tin promoting agriculture iand sid ¬ ling algritoultural education . The degrees were conferred Wednes day dtaring tbe _JTFA s Statewide meeting ( here according to H . C . Fetterolf , State iF / FA adviser and chief of lafgriculturai education in the Department of Public Instruction , iwt...
It ' s The Law [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
It s The Law It s the Law with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with Che Pennsylvania Bar Associatiotb General interest questions are welcomed , and will be answered as soon as possible . Letters mast be signed . Answers will not be published on a specfled _, requested day . Questions cannot be answered by mail , and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest . Address * fl inquiries to It _ s the Law , LANCASTER FARMING , Quarryville _. Pa . Q . In March of 1954 I had an aluminum storm door installed . The entire thing was guaranteed for five years and I have a signed contract from the contractor . The door has never been satisfactory The man finally came to look at the door and did something to the doorknob and lock and told me I needed a whole new unit , he promised to come back the following week This was six months ago and I have not heard from him since He kept the key chain which had a key to our door , in ad...
Tobaeco Growers Approve Marketing Quotas ; _Renn&ylva » _ian& Vote "No " [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Tobaeco Growers Approve Marketing Quotas ; _Renn&amp;ylva » _ian&amp; Vote No WASHINGTON , ( USDA ) — _Growergof Burley , Virginia sun-cured , and Maryland tobaccos approved marketing quotas for their 1956 , 1957 , and 1958 tobacco crops in referenda Dec . 29 , according to preliminary results received by the Us S . Department of Agriculture . Gr&amp;wers of Pennsylvania cigar-filler tobacco disapproved marketing , _quotas in a referendum on the same date * Approval by at least two-thir _, ds of the growers voting is required before marketing quotas can be placed in effect . * The vote by Pennsylvania _cigar-flller tobacco growers marked the third successive year since 1952 in which _fliey-have voted disapproval of quotas . Therefore , as provided by law , there will not be another referendum on this Kind of tobacco for a 3-year period , regardless of the supply situation , unless at least 25 per cent of the growers petition the , Secretary of Agriculture to ...
Keystone Turkey Brings $ 784 in National Show [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Keystone Turkey Brings $ 784 in National Show CHICAGO — Fred Jaindls 15lb , 11 oz tuijkey , champion in the National Turkey Federation Convention dressed turkey show , sold for $ 50 per pound , to bring the Allentown _, Pa ., breeder a total of $ 784 . Buyer of the broadbrested bronze was Dr- John G- Salsbury of Charles City , Iowa . Five thousand breeders from all over the nation convened at Hotel Conrad Hilton , in the eighth convention of the $ 350million industry last week . More than 200 frozen and dressed turkeys were entered in competition . Last year s top price was $ 45 a pound or $ 1 , 068 for the 23-lb , 12-oz entry of Mr . Jaindl . In 1953 the junior division champion set a record of $ 95 per pound . High Pentagon officials believe that the Defense Department budget for fiscal 1957 will exceed by _« $ 50 million the . economy goal of Defense Secretary Wilson .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
this cut um V down size * _r _*^ s McCULLOCH Model 47 CHAIN SAW Makes any woodcutting job easier and faster . If s a one-man saw for professional logging , pulp cutting , tree stfrgery ; for farm and ranch jobs like construction and clearing land . Model 47 is light weight , operates full power in any position . Six models , gasoline powered , with blades 14 to 36 . /* _Sffjiv Conie in and see , try I 1 ill i jj j _» it , buy it . Itll save | iffijl ? timt _, make you money . _NSfflljjpjy MACT Saw and Knife _lfl _/ iO 1 Service 605 Marietta Ave . Lancaster Ph . 24291 * OCTORARO SWISS CHEESE CO-OP Manufactures of SWISS CHEESE AND BUTTER Wholesale and Retail Under new management Phone Christiana 22 R 3 A . H . BURKHOLDER JOHN D . GRAHAM TELEPHONE 175 TELEPHONE S 7 O . R 4 BURKHOLDER 8 c GRAHAM ASPHALT PAVING AND EXCAVATING TELEPHONE 1 O 9-R-2 OUARRYVILLE . PA
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Renaat DeRycke , Belgian Incubator Manufacturer , Makes Tour of County By ERNEST J . NEILL Broilers In Belgium are priced on the percentage of American blood they carry , a Lancaster County visitor , Renaat DeRycke told a small group of poultry businessmen taking him on a tour of the county Thursday last week . Hence the all-American bird is worth far more market-wise than the quarter , half or threequarter cross on markets of Belgium . There are some pure lines in Belgian poultry , but the preference today is for the crosses , hybirds such as produced by Renaat and his family . Father Disappeared in War _^ . There s quite a story behind the youthful businessman , now only 22 , today an Iowa visitor and student in the practical poultry field . His father started the THOROUGHLY Co- in Belgium in 1920 . During the war he disappeared , and the fate of the incubator manufacturing - broiler producing business fell upon five _brothers . One of the five , Renaat told on his visit to one of...
Voice of Lancaster Farms [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956
Voice of Lancaster Farms Even to Mississippi Canton , Miss . — Dear Ernie . Many thanks for sending Lancaster Farming . I would like to be a charter subscriber-so am enclosing my check . Thanks for the nice coverage you gave King Herefords at the Eastern National . I sold my good summer yearling to Rose _jHill- Farm , Ceciltown , Md ., owned by Mr . and Mrs . Alexander Cassatt . If you are ever in that vicinity-, stop by to see the bull My best wishes tto you and Lancaster Farming for a happy and successful-1956- — King Berefords , G . H King , Jr . Likes Household Hints Bareville — I find Lancaster Farming interesting for the many recipes and household hints . We have tried some of the recipes that were nr Lancaster Farming and liked them . — A Reader . Keep It Coining Bird In Hand — Wish to have Lancaster Farming continue coming . I enjoy reading it . — Christian High . East Earl Reader East Earl . Pa Enclosed find $ 1 . 00 for which please send us Lancaster Farming for one year ....