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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Red Rose Dairy Herd Testing Results Listed A total of 1,615 cows in 79 (herds participated in the Dec. 1955 "Owner-Sampler" •cow-testanlg supervised by the Red Rose Daury Herd Improvement Association of Lancaster County, accord-Iding to Oarl Diller, Refton, cow tester. ISeventy-nme herds were represented Winners of the class herd production averages of 35 lbs of (butterfat or 'higher included: 1 Jofon M. Huber_, Jr, JR6 Lancaster, 12 Holstem and Guernsey cows, 1074 Itos milk, 43 3 butterfat, 2, J Ammon _Kreider, R4 Lebanon, 37 Holstem and Guernsey, 1218 lbs milk, 42 0 butterfat; 3, Herbert and Rihelda Royer, R5 Lancaster, 14 Holstem and Guernsey, 1039 lbs imilk, 412 butterfat; 4, Henry B. Leaman, R4 Lancaster, 12 Holstem and Guernsey, 850 libs milk, 40_d butterfat; 5, H Richard Hersliey, Rl Manfedkn, 15 Holstem and Guernsey, 993 lbs _molfc, 36 0 butterfat. High individual cows listed were 1, Howard S. Erb_, Rl Man- Guernsey Cow Makes Record For Breneman PETERBOROUGH, N. H-...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Endslow Heads Tobacco Board Harold B. Endslow, Rl Maniheilm, ha9 (been reeleetedi to his fourth term as president of the (Lancaster County Tobacco Grow ers. Othler inoumlbent _officers were reelected in the annual Litncaster County Tobacco iShow, where exhibits were judged and displayed for the 1956 Farm _Sfoow at Harrisburg iReturning wiflh Mr. _Eradslow _iare 'Lloyd Rofarer, R7 Lancaster, vice president; Herfbert Royer, R5 'Lancaster, secretary, and Paul W. _iMinni_'oh, 'R2 'Lititz, treasurer. Ben E _QVOann, president of the Lancaster Leaf Tdbacco Board tof Trade, addressed the group on "Changes Taking Place in the ITdbacco Industry." Use of southern and Maryland types of itofoatooo has moved into a more hlonored, open practice than it was at one tone, as growers 1 discovered the value of southern strains wtoen used locally. Severe weather conditions duranlg iUhe growang and harvesting ise ' ason were _slhoiwn in the dis¬ plays of tobacco entered for judging and showing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Snow-Covered Covered Bridge Those driving through Lancaster County countrysides often encounter these historic memoirs of a day gone by — the covered bridge. "No name," we were told, this bridge is southwest of Manheim just off the Mount Joy Road.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

Binder, un'der 26 'inches long—1, Park G. Shaubaoh; 2, Lizzie Bnyder, Manheim R4; 3, Roy M. Rohrer; 4, Larry Nissley, Holtwood R2; 5, Albner C. Brown. 'Roy M. Rolirer was overall «hamlpion of the binder class, Binder, over 26 inches long—1, Roy M Rohrer; 2, Bobby Shaubach', Paradise; 3, Park G Shau-Ibach; 4, Robert R. Shauibach; 5, Jacob 8. Stehman.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

SEE THE _Tteca \ HYDRAULIC TERRAMATIC _^aitt _fiteane This patented Hydraulic Drive Unit is capable to operate, any number of gutter cleaners, from one motor}, or off the hydraulic system of your tractor. Simply by piping oil from this automatic control to cylinders which have a 78" stroke operating gutter rod, and elevator chute. This truly is tKe most advanced/ automatic shuttle stroke conveyor system eve- developed_^ Serving farms and industry used as a barn cleaner, cattle feeder, removing poultry litter and conveyor in fertilizer plants. Dependable moving of wet and dry material in processing plants. Write for free folder to: MANN & GRUMELLI; Ph. 70K12 R. D. 2, Quarryville .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

FARMERS Complete Tax Service INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPARED FOR APPOINTMENT CALL A. F. TERRANOVA 508 Ridge Road Elizabethtown 7-5492

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family Our readers range far and wide, and this week's winner is more distant than most From Pagedale, Mo Mrs. Jim Dame sends what is an appetizing ham loaf. To Mrs- Dame goes this week's free subscription-HAM LOAF WITH HORSERADISH SAUCE One pound ground pork Two pounds ground ham One cup cracker crumbs .Two eggs «- One large can Pet milk Make into loaf, bake in 350-degree oven one hour" Pour one can of tomato soup over leaf, bake one hour more SAUCE One-half pint whipped cream Three teaspoons horseradish Beat until stiff one-half cup Add slowly, beating constantly: _^heavy cream Three tablespoons lemon juice or vinegar One-fourth teaspoon salt One-eighth teaspoon paprika Two tablespoons grated horseradish Few grams cayenne pepper Mix well, serve in separate dish, and your guests will find it most tasty. / r * From Leacock -comes a candy lecipe from Mrs Louis Hostetter-MILLION DOLLAR FUDGE Three packs 6-oz chocolate bits One pint marshmallow cream One...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

TAPESTRY _QF LIFE Faith is the _narrow strand of white in my life's worn , tapestry; _w It shines out in the darkest night Of trouble an|L adversity. Hope is the iridescent blue Wool-fibril, often wafer-thin; Yet always beckoning anew To teach me sterner discipline. Love is the golden filagree - ' " . . That interweaves" and binds ttte plan, And gives the fragile tapestry Strength to outlast its growing span. Used threads of white and blue and'gold Unite to form my soul's stronghold.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

- . .. Quality _manufacturing is the byword of every John Deere factory. Beginning with incoming shipments of only the highest-grade materials, each manufactured part ... every finished implement is in-(pected thoroughly by •killed workmen to assure its meeting>e» act John Deere quality standards. That's why farmers everywhere are loud in their praise for the dependability . . . the quality construction of John Deere Farm Equipment. See us for information. LANDS BROS Latest Improved Farming Equipment 1305 Manheim Pike P O. Box 484 Phone 3-3906 Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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 vour 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 Pri. Bvenings

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 13 January 1956

TRITOWN ELECTRIC CO GAS AND EfcECTRlC APPLIANCES SALES AND SERVICE Electrical Contracting Leola, Pa. ' Phone 6-6661 "Open Thurs & Fn. 'till 9"

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Untitled Article [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-topreparfe 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 "qufek-I 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 minutes or until .c...

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Untitled Article [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 37th 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 interest in...

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Untitled Article [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 University-A 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 with dill seeds...

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Untitled Article [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 a't 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 O'Donnell farm_, sale Conditions were read for u_<_3 of the county flag. Sara Stauffer entertained the group with two quizzes A plastics party, in charge ...

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