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Women ' s Page [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Women s Page ( Continued from page 6 ) ing dish and cover with sauce . Bake uncovered an a moderate oven ( 350 ) until fish flakes easily when tested with a fork . Garnish and serve hot LACY RICE PANCAKES One cup milk One cup rice , cooked One-half teaspoon salt One tablespoon melted butter Two egg yolks , well beaten Three tablespoons flour Two egg whites , beaten stiff Pour rice over milk and salt Add . egg yolks , butter -and flour . Fold in egg whites . Drop mixture , a tablespoon at a time , onto a greased griddle . Cook on one side until puffed full of bubbles , then turn to other side Serve with _buttec and syrup . These rice cakes are like crepe suzettes and can be made very _smlallll . Spread with butter , maple syrup and a tablespoon of thick cream — and serve in cereal bowls . CORN MEAL CHEESE SQUARES One cup corn meal Four cups mittk One teaspoon salt One and one-half cups grated American cheese Add corn meal gradually to scalded milk in the top of double boiler . Cook u...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Farm Calendar [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Farm Calendar ( If you wish your Coming Events listed in these colurns , write a card or letter to LANCASTER FARMING , Quarryville , Pa . Be sure to include name of sender . — Editor ) . MARCH March 3—Second , Annual Banquet , Lancaster County Senior Extension Club , 6 . 30 p m . Hostetter _s Banquet Hall , Mt . Joy . March _3—Society of Farm Women 6 , home of Mrs . Milton Eberly , Rl Blizabethtown , 2 P . m March 5—New Holland Community 4-H Club , 7 30 p m , New Holland Bank Maich 5—State beaver season ends March 5-y reeM Dealer * _, and Millers Short Course , Pennylvama U . March 7—Potato Growers Institute , Potato City ( near Coudersport ) . Pa March 10—Society of Farm Women 13 entertains Society 4 , Farm Bureau Building , Lancaster . March , 13—Farm Women 22 , auction of homemade materials , home of Mrs Eugene Bare , Rl Bird-in-Hand March 14—Society of Farm Women 14 , home of Mrs Robert Esbenshade , Rl Ranks . March 14—Farm Women 9 and 15 attend Philadelphia Flower Show March 14...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Accent on the Traditional [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Accent on the Traditional Traditional design , as shown in this house from the pages of SMALL HOMES GUIDE magazine , is still much m demand Aichitect Paul T . _Haageh has planned an adequate two-bedroom home , then has given a high pitch to the gable loof , making possible two more bedrooms and a bath upstairs A front doimer can be added ( shown on floor plan but not on elevation ) to give extia light to the smaller upstans bedroom if desned . The attached garage forms a shelteied play yard . First floor area of this home is 1 , 349 sq . ft . Infoimation on blueprints and their cost can be obtained by writing to the magazine , SMALL HOMES GUIDE , Dept 1682 , 621 N . Deaiboin Stieet , Chicago 10 , 111 .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Farm Women 14 Meet March 14 At Esbenshades [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Farm Women 14 Meet March 14 At Esbenshades The next meeting of the Society of Farm Women 14 will be at fhe home of Mrs . Robert Esbenshade , Rl Ronks , with a program March 14 featuring a plant and food sale . The Society met Feb . 13 at ( the home of Mrs _Mervin Denhnger , Rl Ronks , and the program featured a book review by Eleanor Harth from the Lancaster County Bookmobile

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

ITS HERE ! BIGGER THAN EVER ! LANCASTERS ONCE-A-YEAR SAVINGS CELEBRATION ! _S 5 S > S 5 B 8 The sale with a tradition of greatness behind it Great Selections ! Great Values ! Great Savings EXCITING PRIZES tor Here you merchan ^ _f Two-week all expense trip to Nassau for will find thousands of dollars worth of brand new two , open to all adults over 18 , other than dise for the home and the members of ti two , open ui au _auuus over _io , _omer man dise for the home and all the members of the family _. Watt & Shand employees and members of _« j _* . _jvi- • r _» _«« . t .. ... _„ : , o . offered at record-breaking prices Dont miss any of our their families . Register on our Second Floor . to five floors There are surprises waiting for you in every _Jt - Wall-to-Wall Carpet for any room in your department home . The winner may choose from Wiltons . „ . . . . ¦ _,. t . • + rn . mi * • * r . _ixi Buy for your immediate needs and for the coming seasons Twists , Che...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

License Suspension Penalties Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Revenue Bureau of Highway Safety , Harrisburg OFFENSE : A . Speeding : . . 1 . On highways or streets where maximum allowable speed is 50 _mph or less ( except on Pa . Turnpike System ) : mph in excess of speed limit ( But only if speed is 50 mph or higher ) : NUMBER OF DAYS SUSPENSION C . Driving through stop sign or traffic light warning warning 15 D . Improper passing on curve or crest of hill 15 30 90 E . Driving during suspension Racing 180 Discretion Discretion . of secretary of secretaryProposed Policy to be Followed by the Department of Revenue in Suspending an Operator s License 1 . Any listed offense will be counted fof the purpose of determining the number of offenses _committed upon occurrence of a subsequent offense , except when the prior offense is in group C . Two offenses in group C will count as one offense for this purpose . 2 . A prior offense will be counted only if it occurred within three ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

[¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ HARRISBURG — Governor George M . Leader has announced an entirely new system of license suspension penalties for violators of Pennsylvanias Motor Vehicle Code . I have instructed Secretary of Revenue Gerald A . Gleeson to put this new program into effect at once m the Bureau of Highway Safety , Governor Leader said and added , I sincerely believe this new procedure assures Pennsylvania motorists a more equitable system of penalties while maintaining our excellent highway safety standards . Our reasons tfor establishing , this new po _^ iqy are two-fold , Governor Leader said . First , the issuing of restricted driving ¦ licenses has been done on a _^ dis- : cretionary basis which imposed j an undue burden on the operai tor and on the Secretary of t Revenue . j Under this new policy , there [ will be no restricted driving t licenses issued . ¦ ¦ Secondly , the Governor explained , under our former policy of suspension , many of the courts in Pennsylvania questione...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Steers $ 15 . 50 @ 16 . 50 CWT in Martin Sale In the D . W . Martin & Sons sale between Bareville and Vogansville , 26 steers sold from $ 15 . 50 to $ 16 50 cwt . Twenty-five shoats went at $ 11 and $ 16 50 a head , 250 laying hens at $ 1 . 80 apiece . In the implement lme , tractors sold at $ 505 and $ 640 , manure loader $ 120 , mowing machine $ 105 , corn at $ 44 a ton , hay $ 23 50 a ton , 12 , 000 tobacco laths , $ 2 50 per hundred . Auctioneers were Abe Diffenbach and Charles Bachman . Two Tractors Sell at $ 525 , $ 325 in Kauffman Sale Two tractors , one a 1954 model , sold for $ 525 and $ 325 in the public sale on the Raymond C Kauffman faim in Bast Hempfield Township Wednesday of last week- A cultivator said for $ 120 , tobacco hoeis S 61 , tobacco planter $ 214 , two range shelters $ 31 and $ 47 , spring harrow $ 70 , hay at $ 25 a ton , corn $ 47 a ton , and two ladders $ 25 each .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Farm Near $ 430 Acre In Sale North of Gap Offered by Mrs . _| Edna _Sweig art , a 42-acre farm there mile , north of Gap at Spring Garden sold to D . Ira Stoltzfus , Gap , f 0 _; $ 18 , 000 in public sale . A nine-acre field sold at $ 3 , 025 Holstein bull $ 239 , Holstein cow up to $ 191 . In the implemen line , a tractor brought $ 352 50 hay rake 0186 , manure speade 014 _& LeRoy Zook , Atglen , Wa auctioneer . LIVESTOCK NUMBERS UP Pennsylvania livestock inver tories — at 2 , 850 , 000 head - show an increase o ! f 22 , 000 _heai over the number of cattle , hogs sheep , horses and mules _reportci on farms Jan . 1 , 1955 Commci cial broilers totaled 23 , 207 , 000 oi Jan . 1 this year , down a half _pei cent from a year earlier , but in

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Formosan Officers Visit Sherer Farm Two military officers from Formosa , Lt . Col . Ho Shueh of Taipeh Taiwan , and 1 st Lt . J . L . Sun . also of Formosa , visited the Twin Valley Goat Farm as guests of Mr and Mrs . Walter M . Sherer , K 2 Manheim , this week . Also accompanying the two , now studying American Military Methods at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds , was 1 st Lt . William C Wheeler , Normandy , Mo .

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

BUCKINGHAM ROOFING SLATE Equal in every respect to Peach Bottom Call Us Lane . Co . Distributors L CLYDE SMITH & SON 194 Greenfield Rd Ph . 28015 Lancaster 278 R 2 175 QUARRYVILLE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO THOMAS J . MATTHEWS Gen . Mgr Concrete or Cinder Block Phone Chimney Block and Lintel LANDIS STONE MEAL CO Consult Us For The Best WHITE LILLY ALL PURPOSE MINERALS Agricultural — Feed Mixing Calcium — Calcium Poultry — Stable Grits — Lime Spreading Service RHEEMS , PA . Call Elizabethtown 7-2901 — Night Calls 7-2906 ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ PLUMBING & HEATING WATER SYSTEMS SHEET METAL WORK QUIET MAY OIL BURNER SALES & SERVICE RALPH J FISHER COCHRANVILLE Phone West Grove 5631

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Make A Point To Visit Our Animal Health Department THE QUARRYVILLE DRUG CO . QUARRYVILLE , PA PHONE 1 O O EXCAVATING Donald C Walter TRENCHING — BACKFILLING LOADING AND GRADING Willow Street Rl , Ph . Lane . 3-1187 _» Beat The Spring Rush ! Get like NEW Performance . . . Have your tractor * and farm machinery overhauled now . MANN & GRUMELLI I Your Allis Chalmers Dealer - i | Ph . 70 R 12 R . D . 2 , QUARRYVILLE I ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ _»» _finjL WISCONSIN Heavy-Duty _• MORE PORTABILITY PER HORSEPOWER « _• MOST HORSEPOWER HOURS OF SERVICE \ 4-Cycle Single Cylinder , 2-Cylinder and V-type 4-Cyl . i BARTS Repair & Service 1952 Landis Valley Rd . Lancaster Ph . 21568 j Sales and Service _»»»»» ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ \ ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦

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It ' s The Law [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

It s The Law It s the Law with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Association . General interest questions are welcomed , and will be answered as -soon as possible . Letters must be signed . Answer will not be published on a specified , requested day . Questions cannot be answered by mail , and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest Address ail inquiries to Its the Law , LANCASTER FARMING Quarryville , Pa . Q How does one go about applying for a patent 9 Do blue ¬ prints have to accompany the idea or is it possible just to file the idea . If not , where can blueprints be drawn up ? AFA . As you know , many fortunes have been made in thus country from ideas which people have carefully patented . The method of preparing an application for a patent and expressing the idea in words explicit enough and yet broad enough , and in preparing proper drawings , is the work of a patent attorney . Thi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Irrigation Use In Pennsylvania Increasing Now [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Irrigation Use In Pennsylvania Increasing Now To overcome dry spots caused by urregular rainfall , more and more Pennsylvania farmers are turning to irrigation , the annual meeting of the Lanoater County Soil Conservation District was _tcld Thursday night last week . Speaker was Maurice K Goddard , secretary of forests and waters < in _ Pennsylvania , who pointed out that less than 10 , 000 acres in the Commonwealth were under irrigation m 1954 , but the use and the prospective use is increasing each year One- Continuous City Prospects that the Eastern seabourd some day may be , one continuous city was also emphasized by Mr . Goddard Population is increasing rapidly , and water use will more than double in the next generation Pennsylvania , with an average yearly rainfall of 42 inches , uses 92 billion gallons of water , every day . Half is soaked up by vegetation , the remainder is a small part of the 11 billion gallons needed daily . Thank God for Surplus Thank God for ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Octoraro Farmers [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Octoraro Farmers Meet ; Program of 1956 Discussed Octoraro Farmers Club met on Saturday at the home of Mir and Mrs . Ammon Huber . A shont morning session was held with the vice president , Melvm Boyce , presiding . Mrs Gertrude Weicksel showed samples of the herbs theme -and sweet basil which she grew . Horace Walton asked fclub whether it was too late to pray for _chickweed . Louis _Ferguson and Horace Walton were appointed on the nspeotion committee , following _ivhich the club recessed for dinner . After enjoying an excellent dinner , the club reconvened at 2 p . m The president , Ammon _iuber , conducted the afternoon session . Devotions were conducted by Melvm Boyce . For the hosts essay Mr . Huber gave an interesting talk about children . _Barbara Best and Barbara Maule sang a Valentine song . A male quartet , composed of Ammon Huber , David Huber , Richard Maule and Melvin Boyce , sang two selections James Jackson discussed the Farm Program ( for 1956 William Fredd spoke on ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

C hes ter-Delaware F B Meet Saturday Three will be elected to the board of directors of the Chester -Delaware Farm Bureau Cooperative Assn Saturdav in an 8 p m , meeting in the Unionville High School John D Ross , manager , announced a 6 30 banquet to precede the business meeting Nominated ts director- , iecently were Honey Brook — William E Payne and Glen Moore , both Honey Brook Rl Oxford — E Harvey Chase , Lincoln University , and John B -Landis , Parkesburg Rl , Director at large — J Carl _Empie , Glen Mills RD Pusev L Moore , Chatham and J Fianklin Styer , Concordville Reports on the past year s operations will be delivered bj _> Ross , George Steele , Pocopson , president , and Styer , treasurer . A motion picture will also be shown

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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