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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

USDA News Roundup: Dry Milk and Butter Export Sales Authorized by UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUUUTURE USDA REPORTS SALES OF * NONFAT DRY MILK WASHINGTON — The U- S. Department of Agriculture has announced recent sales of 194,-460 lbs of Commodity Credit Corporation-owned nonfat dry milk solids for commercial export. This brings _Export sales of CaC-flfwoied _nonfat dry milk to 15,871,439 lbs/ > •» -1 BUTTER FOR EXPORT TO FRAN C E A NN O UNCED ' USDA has _announced the sale of 1,212,000 lbs of Commodity Credit Corporation-owned U. SGrade A Butter at 35 90 cents per pound f. 'a. s. (port to Harry Nowell, Inc.. New York, N. Y., for commercial export to -FranceJ Funds for the purchase were provided by the International Cooperation Administration as announced by ICA recently. Including this sale, 3,679,200 lbs of _CCCiowned butter have been sold for commercial export under special financing either through ICA or P. L. 480, In addition, sales on a fixed price basis pri...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Supervisors of Townships Will Meet Feb. 6-7 When the annual Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors convenes in Phil" adelphia Feb 6 and 7, Lancaster Counity will be represented by five: Isaac Hershey, Ephrata Twp.; Frank H. Feagley, state association treasurer, Lancaster Twp.; John F. -Weaver, West Lampeter Twp ; Harold Herr, Little 'Britain Twp., and C. Ralph Mowery, West Lampeter Twp. Addressing the state convention will be the Hon. Norman Wood, Lancaster County, chairman of the Local Government Commission; Joseph J. Lawler, Scranton, Secretary of Highways; Miss Genevieve _Blatt, Pittsburgh, Secretary of _internal Affairs, and Senator George N. Wade, Camp Hill, secretary of the Senate Highways Committee., 'Beatty* Dimmit, master of the Indiana State Grange, will also _speafc. Representatives are expected from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Michigan The federal highway program from a township viewpoint will be discussed. Vice President Nixon recently said -he h...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Mr. Secretary Congratulates Harry Lee Hoar Pennsylvania State Secretary of Agri- from Howard Johnson Restaurants. The culture _Willistm L. Henning here congratu- reserve grand champion, shown by Kenlates Harry Lee Hoar, 14, of Gap, for his neth Miller, 18, Nazareth, was an Angus grand champion 4-H baby beef in the 1956 and sold for $1.00 per pound to the Crystal _,Farm Show. "Champ," 1,075 lbs, sold for Restaurant, Reading, at $1.00 per pound, ' $1.52 1-2 per pound, bringing $1,639.37 totaling $1,020.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

USDA BUYS 6-7 MILLION POUNDS OF HAMBURGER USDA announced the awarding of contracts "for the purchase of 6,725,000 lbs of frozen hamburg er for school lunch and offered to buy approximately 5 million additional lbs for the same purpose. Purchases were at prices ranging from 29 94 cents to 34.97 cents per lb. In making awards,, consideration was given to prices at fo-b. points in relation to areas where it is planned"" to use the product- Awards were made to 19 bidders out of 44 who offered a total of 18,512,000 lbs. Steel supply outlook is tight despite auto cutback.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

this cut um W down £ to size* $279.50 ^» McCULLOCH Model 47 CHAIN SAW Makes any woodcutting job easier «nd faster. It's a one-man saw foi professional logging, pulp cutting, tree surgery; 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, withbladesl4"to36". _>g||&v Come in and see it, try A 9 iiiiA It, buy it. It'll save || S|i|j| _timt_, miki you money. j ||| ipr MiCT Saw and Knife iflnol Service 605 Marietta Ave. _Lsmtasftr _*h. "fc_!29i

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family Mrs. Jonas M- Martin, Jr., Rl New Holland, is 'this week's winner of a one-yeiar subscription to _Lancaster Farming. First came h-er letter with the recipe, later <a oard _^ explaining she had forgotten to ~ give the name. But here's her letter: "Have beeti reading your paper and thought you would like to try this desert. The kids always say, "This tiastes like ice cream." We'll call it " GRAHAM CRACKER FLUFF, Two egg yolks _Oge_^_Half cup sugar - "ifiro-thards cup milk One pacfcage : gelatin, dissolved tin ' ' ] ' . , _, {jpe-half _- cup cold water Tpro egg whites ugie cup whipping cream One talriespaon vanilla \l CRUMBS TJiree tablespoons melted, butf'ter _T|3ir«e tablespoons sugar 1$ GraMam crackers Beat «gg yolks, add sugar and _mOft Cook in top of double _boiler until slightly thickened. Pour hot mixture over softened _gellatin and stir until smooth-Chill until slightly thickened. Add stiffly - beaten egg whites, vanillk and -_^hipp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

A Little Boy Goes To Bed A shoe's taken off in the bathroom, A sock's ' taken off in the hall. The others come slack when he's lying on his back With his feet up against the wall. His overall's shed as he jumps on the bed, His shirt as he starts down the stairs. (There's someone he missed, who has to be kissed), Then his underwear_^ left " on some chairs! When he's down to his skin and his mother's all in, Is this the last act of the drama? Not so! Comes the bluff of being lions and stuff, Till he's ready to don his pajama. And the blankets, in layers, And the story and j_>rayers, And the blinds to be drawn, And the light to be blown. . And at last, when you think 1 You are done — There's — a drink! v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Farm. Women 12 Install Newly Elected Officers Named and installed for twoyear term* as officers of the Society of Farm Women #12 Jan. 21 were . 'Mrs. Lester Segman, president, and Miss June Brenner, vice president. The meeting was at (the home of Mrs-Irene Frey, _Gijeswell, with " Mrs. Helen Ressler as co-hostess. The Society voted to give $10 to the March of Dimes Polio Fund and reports from members who attended the Annual State Convention in Harrisburg during the Farm Show were offered. There were 24 members and three visitors present.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Free To Women... One _yeat charter subscription to LANCASTER FARMING to one housewire eacn week who submits tne _oew letter . . . recipe .. . . homemaking hint. Send your letter to LANCASTER _FARMING, _QuarrynUe, fa.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

_^ - \ . . - " _- workmen to assure Its meeting ex. •ct John Deere _quality standards. That's why farmers everywhere •re loud in their praise for the dependability . . . the quality codstruction of John Deere Farm Equipment. See us for information. Quality manufacturing is the by> word of _erery John Deere factory. Beginning witH incoming shipments of only the highest-grade materials, each manufactured part ... every finished implement is inspected thoroughly by skilled LANDIS 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 — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Women's Page (Continued from page 6) Set in_> cool iplace overnight then roll out and sprinkle with granulated sugar. Bake in hoi oven, about 450 degrees. _» * * "Enclosed is my check for a jear' subscription to Lancaster Farming," we hear from Mrs. Walter M. Sherer of R2 Manheim. "Goat's milk is used the same as any other milk. The main use for goat's milk is for people sufienng from stomach ulcers, infants and elderly people. Goat's milk digests in 20 minutes." Mice? We hear from the wife of Capt. J . J. J. Jenks out at Gap Post Office: 1—This is classified as a "Home-Making-Hint-" 2—Subject: Animal Mouse Trap Co. Lititz, Pen ' na. 3—How To Bait These Traps Efficiently tand Economically. 4—Word this to suit yourselves, las it will best fit the needs 5—These mouse traps have but a very, very- small space to hold cheese or other banting material and the cheese and other baiting material dies out and loses its attractiveness quickly. 6—I place a cube of cheese (sbiarp-strong...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 3 February 1956

Women's Society No. .11 was held ion Thursday at the home of Vtolet M. _Eshleman with Mrs Abner Musser -in charge of the meeting. Immediately following the opening of the meeting, Mrs. Musser installed Mrs James Retzer, of Oxford, as persident, and iMrs. Harry Shank, as treasurer Cfor the current year. Two new members, Mrs. John Singer and Mrs. Donald Shirk were accepted by Mrs. Retzer, and were then greeted 'by the approximately 30 members present Convention Report Mrs Abner_.Musser, delegate to the State Convention at Harrisburg, reported on the session. She stated that one of the outstanding events had been the tea aj the Governor's Mansion, with our (gracious Mrs. George Leader as hostess. The principal speakers for the convention were Mr_9. Mildred Flagg, who spoke on world-wide conditions .as they exist today £oi| ,the farmer; Dr. Henning, State Secretary of Agriculture; and Helen L. Denning o _* State College-Auction Sale, Quiz Mrs. Theodore Mathias served (as auctioneer ...

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