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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
SWEET POTATO PUFFS Six medium sweet potatoes Parsley -- Salt One-fourth teaspoon pepper Three tablespoons melted _Wa con fat Three slices cooked bacor slices Cook and mash sweet potatoes Add the salt , pepper and bacor fat . Mix well . Cool- When cool enough to handle form into rounc balls , 2 inches in diameter Sprm kle with chopped bacon and brush with melted butter . Browr in . an oven 275 degrees for IE minutes Garnish with parslej and serve hot . SWEET POTATO PONE Three cups grated raw sweei -potatoes One-haJf cup melted buitter One cup brown sugar Two eggs well beaten One cup milk &lt; ¦ One-fourth teaspoon nutmeg Few broken pieces orange pee ! One-fourth teaspoon cinnamon To thd grated aweet pocato add melted buitter , sugar , eggs , and milk Stir in otfange peel , cinna mon and nutmeg . Mix thorough ly . Bake in a buttered baking dish , m an oven 325 degrees for 1 hour . Stir constantly while cook mg . - Interest m religion is _growing • among college students- _^ GO...
Women ' s Page [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Women s Page ( Continued from page 6 ) Be sure to empty all ithe pockets and treat stains before washing A clipping torn from a magazine with colored illustrations can work havoc with your wash . Remember that hat water and soapsuds will set untreated stains The best Way to wash white cottons and linens effectively by Iiand is to use water as hot as your hands will stand . This will be approximately 120-degrees . Ten degrees less lsjust right for fast-colored cottons , linens and nylons .- Rayons demand lukewarm water — about 100 degrees . Silks and woolens wash best m 95 to 100degree water . When using a bleach of any kind , make sure it is safe for the fabric . Read the directions carefully . Nylon and other man-made fabrics- require special bleaches and sometimes , when the water is hard , a water-softener is necessary Remember , we re still anxious to hear from you , and we welcome your letters . If you have a recipe or a household hint — send them in . Even though you ve writte...
New Toppings Spice Pumpkin Pie for Any-Season Treat [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
New Toppings Spice Pumpkin Pie for Any-Season Treat BY DOROTHY MADDOX _fltfOTneed to wait for autumn to savor the delieiousness of * _^ pumpkin pie . Canned and frozen pumpkin is at your anger tips in the stores , all year around . And if you re not in the baking mood , the oldr time favorite of grandma s kitchen is waiting for you on the shelves of your bakery or food shop . Now comes the modem touch—a dramatic topping—lor a spicy pumpkin pie , purchased or homemade . The toppings are a new idea but their flavors are time-tested . Apple-Cream Topping One cup heavy cream , 1 tablespoon confectioners sugar , 2 tablespoons apple butter , 8 banana slices , 2 tablespoons lemon juice , 8 pecan halves , one 8 or 9-inch pumpkin pie . whip cream with confectioners sugar until stiff . Fold in apple butter and spoon onto pie in 8 mounds . Dip banana slices into lemon juice . Place 1 banana slice and 1 pecan half on each whipped cream mound . ___ Walnut-Crouch Topping , , One-half cup brown su...
t ' s The Law [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
t s The Law _Wsthc Law with simple sur- • _wew is , offered by LANCASTER FAjBVING in cooperation with _tfc _^ Pennsylvania Bar Associative General interest questions « V welcomed , and will be answered as soon as possible . Let- *« jt must , be signed . Answers wiM not be published on a specfiei » requested day . Questions unit be answered by mail , and LANCASTER FARMING wil reject any inquiry which is- not • f general public interest . Address « fl inquiries to It i the _Lajr _. LANCASTEB FARMING , _Qvarryville . Pa . Q . Prior to our marriage my husband was supporting an _U-, legimate child- Now that we are married and expecting our own child I would take to know if he is _still-obligated to support this child since it was born in another state and now resides with its mother there . I understand that the mother only stayed m Philadelphia long enough to file claim for support of this child _. L . W v A . If the _mother of the illegitimate child of which your hus _^ band is the fat...
Farm Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Farm Calendar JANUARy Jan- 23-27 - Rural Elacftrifieaioii . Short Course , Pennsylvania U . Jan- 28-iFeb- 4 - Market Milk Shout Course , Pennsylvania U . Jan- 25-27 — 44 th Annual Convention , The Pennsylvania State Association of County Fairs , Lycommg Hotel , WiMiamsport . Jan . 28 — Farm Society No . 5 meeting , at home of Mrs Edith Longenecker , Manheim RD 1 . Jan 28 — The Friendly Farmers Club meeting , at the James Wood home , Nottingham . Jan . 30 , 31-Feb . 1 — Annual Conference for Fertilizer and Lime Salesmen , Pennsylvania State UniveisityJan 30- &lt; Feb . 11 - _DHIA Supervisor Training , Pennsylvania U . FEBRUARY Feb . 1 — All Day Beef Cattle Outlook , Dr . William L Henrnng , speaker , starts 10 a m , Guernsey Sales Pavilion , east of Lancaster . Feb 1-29 - Dairy Farming Short Course , Pennsylvania U Feb 1-29 - Livestock Farming Short Course Pennsylvania U . Feb 2 — Society of Farm Women 2 , home of Mrs . Joseph Best , R 2 , KirkwoodFeb 11 — Farm Society 7 , Le...
_yjioW 1 _tfek mnnZ J [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
_yjioW 1 _tfek mnnZ J Of Germany OK WASHINGTON — . ( _USDA- ) _..-,, The U- S : Department of Agrir culture- has announced an agreement between-the United States and the Federal Republicof Germany under Me I of the Agrit cultural Trade Development , and Assistance . Act of 1054 , ( Public Law 480 ) as amended ? _. Under , _ithe agreement , approximately- $ 12 million worth of United States poultry ( _frozen chickens and turkeys , ) will be sold , tp- ( rerman importers for Deutschemarks ( German currency ) . The U- S . poultry * industry now has an- opportunity to introduce its products to the world s largest importers of poultry , according to Earl L- . Bute , Assistant Secretary of Agriculture . Basis for Trade This , new arrangement could be the _Msasis for establishing a mutually helpful trade between . our-two countries in a product not previously supplied to the Federal Republic of Germany by ithe U _.. S ., he said . This is the first agreement to be signed with a foreign gov...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Clock in . Sale Hits $ 367 Top Selling at $ 367 . 50 and $ 330 , two antique grandfather clocks , headlined ithe auction of personal property offered Saturday by the estate of Fanny Y . Renninger . _Oni . hundred . ninety-five shares of the Farmers . National Blank and- Trust Co . of New Holland sold from $ 52 to $ 58 , considerably above par value . Other items sold were : wa _* nut high chest of drawers , $ 200 ; an- _^ tique- bureau , $ 122 . 50 ; walnut * stretcher tables , $ 77 . 50 and $ 50 ; large jsettee , $ 75 ; small wash stand , $ 60 ; drop-teaf table , $ 44 ; six antique chairs , $ 16 . 50 each ; rocker , $ 32 50 ; old china pitcher , $ 2 l ; wine glass , $ 9 ; pewter plate , $ 6 ; six silver teaspoons , $ 15 . Frank L . Stellonj Leao ock , wasauctioneer . HER TWO BURDENS Grandma was given ithe new bride a heart-to-heart talk . Child , I hope your lot s going to be easier than mine , she said . All my- wedded d _^ ays I ve carried two burdens — pa an the fire . Every tim...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
, « C (! _TAU jnilfTA TAl I 1 _ !! • _MACHtkK _WdtXhM 1 _* Machine -record keeping has been instituted by the _Souths eastern _Pennsylvania- Artificial Breeding- Cooperative with installation of six new Intgrnatum _^ al Bookkeeping Machine Co- units . _. Punch cards eventually will handle aW the cooperative s record keeping STUMPF HOLSTEIN TOPS John G- Stumpf , R 7 _Lancaster . , topped the Red Rose Dairy Herd _Improvement Association hv _De cember when his registered Hoistem , Muriel Piebe Veeman , an aged cow , produced Z 4 _. 8 J 8 lbs , of milk and 951 . 8 lbs of butterfat in 305 days , milked three times daily _,
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Here is the NEWEST Way to Treat CRD Simply Dust Your Meek With . Convenient , effective , and _^ _conomieail . treatment of CRD ( Chronic Respiratory Disease ) , or AIR SAC INJECTION in chickens . For less _thian one cent a bird , YOU can treat your flock . Most effective if caught m the early stagesAsk for it by name Dry-Strep-Spray At youfr local Feed Dealer . Distributed By New Holland Suppy Co . Ph . 4-2149 New Holland , Pa . Authorized _[) Dealer FOR Massey Harris Ferguson New Holland Brillion Terramatic Barn Cleaners and Othei Lines . CHECK OUR BUYS IN USED EQUIPMENT Serving Chester County ana Southern Lancaster County Over 16 Years Now Is The Time To Have That Baler , Tractor or Combine Reconditioned by Factory Trained Personnel GENUINE REPAIR PARTS &amp; SERVICE S . G . LEWIS &amp; SON West Grove , Pa . Phone West Grove 2214 Or Kirkwood 32 R 4 For Your Local _Representing
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Parts and Service Headwaters for OUVER _^ FERGUSON Farm Equipment GMC Tracks See The Hershey Trans planter . For Your _Spring-Plantings N . G , Hershey and Son MANHEIM . PA 278 R 2 175 _QUARRYVILLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO . . _JTHOMA&amp; J . MATTHEWS , Gen . M * r . • Concrete or Cinder Block Phone Chimney Block and- Lintel Wolgemuth Bros ., Inc FOR POULTRY &amp; LIVESTOCK Pennsylvania Florin Phones : Mount Joy 3-9551 A ; 3-8311
_Pbulfry A _^ sory _^ Gr _^^ p Asks More Research for Healthier Birds [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
_Pbulfry A _^ sory _^ Gr _^^ p Asks More Research for Healthier Birds ¦ High-priority needs for inten _* _eive _iresearclh . on the disease ornitlwtsiLS . on the _composition of poultry m ! eat and eggs , and on ( SLLterna / _biiye programs of sanitary processing and inspection of poultry were considered by the Poulftry Research , and Marketing Advisory Committee at its _jumual meeting in Washington Jan . U 2 to 14 . Ornithosis is a disease of turibeys , chickens , - and otJher birds and animals . Its _^ stady was urged ( because it can be transmiibted to workers in poultry _processling plants and to oitlher persons . In man . the disease resemlbles pneur monia . Sanitary processing Poultry and egg composition _studies advocated by _tJh e committee iWclude investigation of eompouwds tihat unlay be involved in _toughness , texture , flavor , aip pearance , and otfher quality factors . Sanitary _iprocessinig and inspection of poultry for wholesomeness would Ibe evaluated * for effect ...
Robert L Gregg h Named Editor Of Sun , Ledger [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Robert L Gregg h Named Editor Of Sun , Ledger The appointment of Eobert L . Gregg , 716 Race avenue , Lancaster , as editor of The Quarryville Sun and Local Ledger at Christiana , was announced today by Alfred C Alspach _, publisher . C Wallace Abel , who has been editor of the Quarryville Sun Robert L . Gregg _mnd business manager _^ since that paper s purchase by Alspach in 1954 , will continue as manager of Octoraro News-papers-In announcing Gregg s appointment , Alspach said the move was designed to expand the news coverage of Southern Lancaster county area . &lt; Gregg , a lifelong resident of Lancaster county , previously was an auditor for the Bureau ef -Fire Insurance Tax Fund and Police Pension Fund , of the I &gt; epartment of the Auditor General , at Harrisburg . He also worked part time as a copy reader for the York edition of the Sunday News . Prior to that he had been chief librarian for _Lancaster Newspapers and a proofreader for the New Era . Gregg is...
Croaking Frogs To Build Home In Quarryville [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
Croaking Frogs To Build Home In Quarryville The Ancient Order of Croaking Frogs , of QuarayviMe , this week announced elaborate plans 1 fo * construct a 32-by-44-foot , story © and a half headquarters from whence will emanate official pro * eeedungs of the association- According to A . J . ( Tony ) _Blastmo the building will bcready about April 1 . Hence Quarryv iHe s other / weather forecaster came in for has ray of the publicity limelight while another nearby lodge was planning _^ ts 48 th observance of Groundhog Day . Assisting Mr . Plastmo . chairman of the building and finance ¦ committee , will be Charles Resh , Howard McCardle and Paul Ritter . The U S plans to release more _allurnimulm to industry .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956
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