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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family You know, sitting inside by a warm fire with the snow drifting around outside makes you realize how beautiful a Pennsylvania winter dan be. Of course, it was a bit treacherous underfoot for both walking and driving, and nth rriany of the roads down in our end _otf the county blocked several times, travel was more than difficult. What a change this has been from Christmas. How ' well, the snow-capped evergreens would have looked during the holidays Wintertime is a wonderful time for planning- You can sit and thumb-through the_. catalogs — no wonder we used to call them "dream _fcooks." You can sit and plan what you're going to plant this spring, or better still bring out your movies, snapshots or color slides 0f those summer days, and see what (a difference the season can make. .We've variety of all kinds for " this -, week's Women's Page _And this week's winner of .a" free subscription is Mrs-IV. C. Hibshman of Terre Hill. Mrs. 'Hibshman writes: ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

The Miller of the Dee There _^welt a miller; hale and bold, Beside the river Dee; He worked and sang from morn till night — No _larlc so blithe as he; And this the burden of his song _ s _^ _H " Forever used to be: "I envy nobody — no, not I, And nobody envies me!" ¦ } * "Thou'rt wrong, my friend," said good King _flal, "As wrong as wrong can be; For could my heart be light as thine, I'd gladly-change with the*. And iell me now, who makes thee sing, _i With voice so loud and, free, While I am sacUthough I'm a king, Beside the "river Dee?" . . The miller smiled and doffed his cap: "I earn my bread," quoth he; . _^ * "I love my wife, I love my friend, I love-my children three; I owe no money I can not pay; I thank the river Dee, ' That turns_^the mill that grinds the corn That feeds my babes and me." "Good-friend," said Hal, and sighed the while, "Far_'ewell! and happy be? But say no more, if thou'dst be true, That no one envies thee. * Thy mealy cap is worth my crown, " Thy mill, m...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Free To Women.. One yeai charter subscription to LANCASTER FARM' ING to one housewire _eatn week who submits tne _oem letter . . . recipe . . . homemaking bint, Send yatir letter to LANCASTER FARMJNU, QuarryviUe, r».

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 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 — 27 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 your eye doctor. Doctors Prescriptions For Glasses Filled. -am DAVID'S OPTICAL CO. FITTING ADJUSTMENT REPAIRS 114 N. Prince St.—Lancaster Ph. 4-2767 Open Tues. and Fri. Bvenings

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

CHEESE CO-OP OCTORARO SWISS Manufactures of SWISS CHEESE AND BUTTER Wholesale and Retail Under new management Phone Christiana 22R3

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

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Untitled Article [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 < ¦ 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- _^ GOLDEN STICKS Peel an...

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Untitled Article [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 100-degree 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 written before,...

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Untitled Article [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 sugar, firmly...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

TS NEWS ? WHA Give LANCASTER FARMING a call - or drop farming news to report, a schedule a coming event. i. Please sign all items. us a letter - if you have sale coming up, if you i Uur columns are for you Phone: Quarryville 378 Lancaster 4-3047 m_*_oro

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 27 January 1956

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [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 father secured a S...

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Untitled Article [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 — 44th 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 Univeisity-Jan 30-<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, R2, Kirkwood-Feb 11 — Farm Society 7, Leacock Presbyterian Church social ro...

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Untitled Article [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 Republic- of " 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 government providin...

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Untitled Article [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, $2l; 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 time I turn, to look at one, (the other goes out."

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Untitled Article [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, R7 _Lancaster. , topped the Red Rose Dairy Herd _Improvement Association hv _De cember when his registered Hoistem, Muriel Piebe Veeman, an aged cow, produced Z4 _. 8J8 lbs, of milk and 951.8 lbs of butterfat in 305 days, milked three times daily _,

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