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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

_Groundhogs. Accept Three Three Baby Groundhogs shown bibbed for initiation into the organization for the denizen of the underground were photographed underground (m the Quarryville St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church basement) with the picte developed by Moif Exalted Prophet Carl Reynolds Jr., ! E. ~ F. D. On the grade-roll-are, left to, right, Harry K. Gerlach_, Michael DeBerdine and Herbert B. Valentine. Shepherding the youngsters, in the underground background are, left to right: William A. Frutchey, STC, communications engineer; Jackie LeFever, GKE, watchman by day; William -U. Hensel, III, secretary and bondless treasurer; between Mr. DeBerdine and Mr. Valentine, J. Earl Newswanger, DSNF, patriarch of degrees; Victor Alvin Keen, MCEAE, ambassadorial patriarch and — finally — on,the right, Albert H. Fritz/board of hibernating governors. — (Lancaster Farming Staff Photo.)

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Susquehanna River Bridge Project Cains "Sympathy" Of Legislators This Spring will mark the 25th year that Lions clubs and other organized groups have been working for a new _highway bridge across the Susquehanna River, linking southern Lancaster and York counties. The campaign got underwa in the spring otf 1931,, when th€ Lions clubs of Quarryville and Delta. York county, decided to spearhead the movement. When the Tu * cquan Lions club was organized, sponsored by the <Juarryville club, the proposal was _teft to the Tucquan and Mason-Dixon groups as a joint project. During the past ten,' years, dozens of other organizations throughout south-eastern Pennsylvania and Western Maryland. representing many thousands of persons in every line of endeavor, have officially gone on ecord in favor of another bridge across the _Sujsquehanna_, midway between the present Columbia-Wrightsville • and Conotvingo spans. - — - In recent years the proposal iias advanced from the political...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Single Members Win Contest at Fulton Grange Meeting Feb. 27, "Ritualism' will be the topic of Fulton Grange 66, and .the home _£cono' mics committee will conduct a box social, it was announced following Monday evening's meeting At the most recent meeting, single members won a contest ! that included dancing, singing, and debate. Judges were Mr. and Mrs Robert Weicksel and Mr _<and Mrs Henry Wenger from Coleram Grange. As a penalty, losers must entertain the winners at a future meeting. Edward James Emcees Edward James announced the iprogranr line-up dance, Howard Miller, Robert Armstrong, Kenneth Probst and Ambrose Giifmg and Fred Eshleman, all m costume; a vocal solo by Miss Joanne Glackin; harmonica solos by B. Coofemah Dunkle; anc Howard MiJler moderated a de bate on the _^topic_, "Who was the greater of our great men, Wash mgton or Lincoln '" Representing the side of Wash dngton were Miss Jennette Me Cummings and Miss Ruth Ann Armstrong. On the Lincoln side were R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Holtwood Man Submits Ideas To Gov. Leader V. O. Reichard, of Holtwood has ' submitted a 4etter to Gov George Leader, _recommending that a suspension bridge b< erected across the Susquehanm River at Pinnacle Rock. v The text of the letter follows: Holtwood, Pennsylvania February 9, 1956. Governor George A. Leader, Hamsburg, Pennsylvania-Dear Governor Leader: Regarding a new bridge across the Lower Susquehanna River, midway between the present Columbia-Wrightsville and Conowingo bridges, the writer js submitting the following recommendations_, for your consideration a»d presentation before the pioper legislative committees: It is recommended that the new span be made a suspension bridge, and be located at the point on the river locally known as Pinnacle Rock, approximately one and one-half miles upstream from the Holtwood hydroelectric power dam. The location is situated at tltf narrowest point on the Lowei Susquehanna, mid-way between Columbia and Conowingo, where both...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

NEW YORK — Millions of shrimp, some averaging a foof m " length and some of them as much as eighteen inches, thrive in Batabano Bay off Surgidero in Cuba. Since a scientific survey determined the vast extent of the shrimping grounds,'fleets of shrimp boats have been working the area from sundown to sunrise. A night's haul for a single ship miay total as much as a ton.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

ORANGE SAUCE _, One-half cup sugar One tablespoon cornstarch - One cup boiling orange juice Two tablespoons _^ butter One and one-haff tablespoons lemon juice Few gratings mutmeg Few grains salt Mix sugar and cornstarch, add orange juice gradually, stirring constantly Boil five minutes, remove from fire, add all other ingredients, including darined raisins Serve hot on _Gingei Bread. Cheese is a concentrated food, rich in protein, fat, calcium, phosphorous and sulphur. These recipes call for cheese, so try them on your family, I'm sure they will like them CHEESE BALLS Dne-half cup rice Chicken broth Two tablespoons cream Two 'egg yolks beaten Soft ~ cheese One egg beaten' Bread crumbs Add chicken broth to cover rice Cook until all the broth is absorbed ~ Combine cream and beaten egg yolks and add to rice mixture Form _jnto balls and in the center of each put a small piece of soft cheese. Roll in crumbs, then in beaten egg and again in crumbs Fry in deep fat heated to 375 degrees...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family Violet ¦Preslton_, Coatesville, Pa. is this week's winner of a one year's subscription to Lancaster Farming for a series _ol good recipes One of her friends. 75 years old, provided her with this recipe, and "I like it," she writes, "It's a very old recipe " iBut a little more about this Coatesville reader's letter: "] enjoy reading Lancaster Farming. I am a farm girl, only now I live in the city but _shll enjoy the farm. This recipe is very good It's a meal in itself, and the recipe probably dates back 45 years."' DINNER-IN-A-DISH Four tablespoons lard or but ter One and one-half teaspoons salt One medium onion, chopped One j fourth teaspoon black pepipei Two green peppers, sliced One or two eggs Two pounds hamburger Two cups whole corn Four medium tomatoes, sliced One-half cup dried bread crumbs Put shortening or buttei in skillet and _fiy peppers and anions 'foi three minutes lightly Then add meat and blend thoroughly Add seasoning, then remove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

OMELET WITH CHEES .E Foui eggs Four tablespoons hot water One-half teaspoon salt One_^eighth teaspoon pepepr Two tablespoons butter Three tablespoons grated cheese Beat eggs slightly, just enough to blend yolks and whites Add water and seasonings Melt butter m hot omelet pan. Add eggs and reduce heat slightly As omelet cooks, life with spatula, let¬ ting uncooked part run underneath until whole is creamy..Increase heat to brown slightly underneath Add grated cheese, fold double and serve on a hot platter If desired dot with currant jelly-BLUE CHEESE SPREAD One-half lb blue cheese One cup butter One clove garlic grated Four tablespoons prepared mustard Salt and pepper to taste Put cheese through a sieve Cream butter with the sieved cheese Add grated garlic. Add mustard and season lightly with salt and pepper. (Continued on page nine) Time will reveal everything [t is a babbler, and speaks even when not asked —Euripides-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

Pity The Teacher As the class had been -told to write an essay on Lincoln—one of the pupils wrote—"Abraham Lincoln was born on a bright summer day, the 12th of Febiuary, 1809. He was born in a log cabin that he had helped his father to build."

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 17 February 1956

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