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Harry Lee Hoar ' s Steer $ 1 , 639 . 37 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Harry Lee Hoar s Steer $ 1 , 639 . 37 ( Continued from Page One ) 1 b to El Centro Restaurants , Harrisburg and Pottsville . Total $ 437 . 40 . - Reserve champion Angus , shown by Henry Greiner , Manheim , RD 4 , Lancaster County , 1000 lbs , sold at 36 cents a lb to Economy Meat Market , York Totad , $ 360 . Reserve champion Shorthorn , shown by Elwood Pfaunmiller Ehzabethtown , RD 3 , 1100 lbs , sold at 35 cents a lb to El Centro Restaurants . Total , $ 385 SWINE ( Gilts ) SALES BERKSHIRE Grand champion , Valley Springs Lady , consigned by Woods Bros , Mercer RD , Mercer County . Solid 1 to Hames Hollenshead , Needmore , RD , Fulton County , for $ 320 . Reserve grand champion , Bairdale Catherines Lady 2 nd , consigned by Harry A . Eair , Ruffsdale , RD , Westmoreland County . _Soild ( to James E . Martin , Hampetead , Maryland , for $ 170 . Top price animal — Consignor , Clayton D . Wmebark , Rochester Mills , _-RD , Indiana County . Sold to Shenandoah Farm , Middleton . Virginia...
State Farming Associations Name JVew Officers During Farm Show [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
State Farming Associations Name JVew Officers During Farm Show Pennsylvania Duroc Swine Breeders Association PV _-sident , Clyde McConaughey , _Snucksburg , Indiana County Vice _President , Irwm Behm , Marchand , Indiana County Secretary - Treasurer , Walter McConneM , Volant , RD 3 , Lawrence County Directors : Paul Oswalt ; Centie County Fred Barron , slippery Rock , Butler County J . R . HarHe , Bellafonte , Centre County A F . Horst , RD 2 , Myerstown , Lebanon Gounty Pennsylvania Yorkshire Swine Club President , F . E . Bosler , Peachbottom , Lancaster County Vice President , J . C Herr , _Gortfonville , Lancaster County Secretary-Treasurer , George E Cogley , R 1 , Ronks , Lancaster County _^ Directors : Kenneth Skiles , R 1 , Narvon _, Lancaster County J . C . Herr _, Gordonville _; Lancaster County Paul J . Yoachim , R 1 , Zionsvidle _, Lehigh County ¦ * _^ Pennsylvania Poland China Swirip Association _President , Donald Lanius , York , RD 3 , York County Vice President , Eu...
Young Farmers Name _Mainesbuirg Man President [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Young Farmers Name _Mainesbuirg Man President HARRISBURG , — James Shadle , Hegins , Schuylkill County , was elected new president of the Pennsylvania Young Farmers Association at the annual Farm Show meeting He succeeds Glen _Zumlmerimian , _Mafffcnlbiwg RD 2 , Union County . Charles Dale , Mifflinburg , Umnon County was named secretary ; William Burgoon , McDonald , Washington County as treasurer and George Mensch , Mifflmburg , as director of public relations Regional vice-president elected are : Harold Robson , Mainesburg , Tioga County , Russell Dickerson , Spring Mills , Centre County ; Pharis Cramer , Conestoga , Lancaster County ; John Engle , McDonald , Washington County ; Floyd Schreckengost _, Dayton , Armstrong County .
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
West Willow Farmers Association Custom Grinding and Mixing WW-F Poultry Feeds Ultra-Lifed Formulas West Willow , Pa . Phone Lancaster 45019 MUSSER CROSSES FOR MORE PROFIT IF you want low cost , large bodied leghorn pullets , that will be ready to lay early next Fall—THAT will lay large white eggs and give you substantial profit—THEN order your chi cks direct from a ( closed-flock breeder , ) in your own locality , who crosses blood lines within their own flock— the type of resistance health problems . THUS furnishing you best fitted to combat ORDER— MUSSER LEGHORNS — For Eggs DONEGAL CROSSES — For Broilers DONEGAL LEGHORN CROSSES—For Meat &amp; Eggs MUSSER LEGHORN FARMS MOUNT JOY 3-4911
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Phone : MANHEIM O&amp;D Shavings .... for clean , dry houses , excellent C OQ / YC fertilizer , and real savings for you — « _J _fctOvr * J Prompt Delivery Service A Ton of SHA VINGS goes twice as far . . O&amp;D Sawdust Co M ™ MANHEIM , PA . Cesspools , , Cleaned Septic Tanks , Cisterns , Etc _**^ -1 ¦ • * Mt . Joy Sanitary Cleaning Service J . HAROLD FORWOOD , Propr . _ R . D . 2 , MANHEIM , PENNA . r Phone : 3-9341 Mount . Tnv Tf _Nn Answer . Tall 3 . 924 fl
For the Farm Wife and Family [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
For the Farm Wife and Family It happened Couple week ago . we warned that should any errors appear in these columns , drop us a line From the reader who sent in the Home Made Bread recipe that appeared in Lancaster Farming Dec 23 comes-a letter Lancaster Farming came yesterday with our bread recipe in it , but I am sorry there are a few mistakes in it I do believe we made them , ( You are supposed to take bread flour ( Gold Medal or Pilkbury ) and that half should be _omjtted . Let the 15-quart container get full before putting it in the pans . When in pans , let it rise till double , then bake as directed . So here s the corrected recipe : HOME MADE BREAD Mix together One cup mashed potatoes , take the liquid from boiling potatoes and mix in again after mashhig Add one cup granulated sugar Mix into a paste Add lukewarm water to make 1 % quarts Add two packages Fleischmann s Yeast Set m a warm place to rise about one-half hour Now put this yeast mixture with 5 lbs bread flour ( Gold...
Delicate Prints Blossom for Springtime Weu . _wammmwai m edna w _£ * ' _kijk , _^ sK [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Delicate Prints Blossom for Springtime Weu . _wammmwai m edna w _£ * _kijk , _^ sK nnHIS years resort crop of _•*• prints is the best yet . There was a time when any woman who wanted to be well dressed avoided prints as she would a plague . * And with good reason , too . They were loud , splashy , unbecoming . They emphasized , rather than minimized , figure faults . They were almost impossible to accessorize and if you figured out Your wardrobe on a budget basis they simply didnt belong in it But this . year , prints are small , delicate and in lovely colon either cool or vivid . They lend themselves to small , neat accessories They are cut , for the most V art . on straight , simple lines and often- , are in Jlnen though they take equally we )) to cotton orsillC _^ _M _|^ _ppM _^| pMSW | _l - &gt; These are - the prints youl ) wear next summer with short white gloves , a cool , shiny white , ¦ black linen bar and shoes . If Theres no difficulty m accessorizing- * theja * i...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
FURNACE OIL By _ming TEX \ CO FURNACE OIL you can always Count On A Warm Home CALL US FOR QUICK SERVICE Garber Oil Company MOUNT JOY PHONE 3-9331 PENNA no more boil-overs ! no more burning , scorching , sticking ! with the sensational new THERMO-SET GAS TOP-BURNER Now you can forget about _cookingfailuresThis marvelous new controlled temperature top burner makes all kinds of cooking foolproof Just set the dial to the desired temperature and the miracle Thermo-Set does the rest . The THERMO-SET Sens _, ing Element keeps the temperature of your pot or pan just where you want it—and does it automatically . No more endless watching ! Thermo-Set top burner actually takes the guesswork out of everyday cooking and it s just £ ne of the many years ahead features on the colorful all-new Caloric gas ranges . Yes , look to Caloric for modern automatic features , modern styling , a master line of modern gas appliances . _^ _fcEx _^ @ _&lt;^ _f rhe _Theiimo , Set Sensini Element pressing...
Women ' s Page [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Women s Page ( Continued from page 6 ) well on both sides in hot , skillet Remove chops to a 2 quart casserole . Add rice to drippings m skillet and cook , stirring , until browned ; stir in gravy , water , salt , and pepper . ~ Arrange carrots and onions on top of chops Pour on gravy mixture Bake , uncovered for 1 , hour , or Ctntil chops are tender , m an oven 350 degrees SWEET-SOUR SAUCE One cup sugar One-half cup white vinegar One-half cup water One tablespoon chopped green pepper One tablespoon chopped pimento One tablespoon paprika One-half teaspoon salt iTwo tablespoons co _^ d water , Combme sugar , vinegar , an d cup water , green pepper , pimierato , paprika , and salt . iBoil five minutes . Blend cornstarch and cold water Add to syrup and cook until thick Cool and strain . Just before serving add a few bits of bright green pepper for color . Serve with pork chops . TRIED PORK CHOPS Six three-fourith inch port chops Two beaten eggs Two tablespoons milk One cup fine cracker...
Farm Women 21 Planning Roller Skating Party [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Farm Women 21 Planning Roller Skating Party Two events are being scheduled by Society of Farm Women No 21 , first a roller skating party at Rocky Springs Park , and a bake sale in itront of the Greist Building at Lancaster Daites for these two events will be announced later , the Ways and Means Committee told _lii their Jan 12 meeting at the home of Mrs Evelyn Herr , Rl Quarryville . Mrs . Ann Steinberg and Mrs Alice Ressell were co-hostesses . President Alice ResseU was in charge of the meeting . Reporting on the State Convention in Hamsburg were Mrs Abbie Bradley , Mrs Ruth Heidelbaugh , and Mrs Ressel The Society voted to contribute £ 5 00 to the March of Dimes One-fourth teaspoon salt One cup butter or margarine One cup biown sugar iirmly packed One cup white sugar Two eggs well beaten One cup finely chopped nuts Sift flour , soda , cinnamon and salt together Cream butlter well , add brown sugai and white sugar gradually Cream until smooth Add eggs Mix in dry ingredients , add n...
Farm Society 18 Members Guests Of Society No . 7 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956
Farm Society 18 Members Guests Of Society No . 7 Thirty members ot the _Societj of Farm Women 18 vveie guests of Society 7 at a _Satuiday lunchton meeting in the Paradise Elementary School Mrs C J Keneagy , president , welcomed the guests Attendance from the host society was 35 . Plans were announced tor the Feb 11 meeting at the Leacock Presbyterian Church social rooms . Reports on the state convention during the farm show weie given by Mis Raymond Stone r , Society 18 piesident , and Arthur J Eshelman , superintendent of the Pequea Valley School district showed a film on California . Mrs Herman Brackbill and her entertainment committee - had charge of luncheon plans . - THAT CRAZY STOVEBerlin — Radio _engineeis aie amazed _rthat a perfectly normal electric kitchen stove plays radio programs while its owner , a West Berlin _hous-ewife , cooks the family s meals on it Mrs . Meta Semler s stove , which is several yeais old , began recently to play radio programs She called the engine...