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

For the Farm Wife and Family One of the most enjoyable notes we've had in a long time is a card from Mrs Benuel S. Blank of R2 Narvon. In her own words. "We enjoy Lancaster Farming very much " . Here is a recipe that is a little different and will bring good results. SUNSHINE PIE A pound of patience You must find Mix well with Loving words and kind, Drop in two pounds Of helpful deeds And' thoughts for Other peoples' needs. A peck of smiles - Will make the crust, Then stir and bake It well you must. And now I'll ask That you try, A slice from off our Sunshine Pie t. * * Lent means a change in many a household — and in many a menu. This week -we're offering several Lenten recipes that are good any season, especially good when variety is needed at this time of year. But don't forget, fish and seafoods make excellent ihange from the customary diet, as well as giving essential " minerals and vitamins not found so freely in other foods Here's a nice letter with a -lot of variet...

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

MARCH (William Cullen Bryant) The stormy March has come at last .With-wind and cloud and changing skies. I hear the rushing of the blast That through the snowy valley flies. Ah, passing few are they who speak, Wild, stormy month, in praise of thee; Yef, though thy winds are loud and bleak; Thou are a welcome month to me. For thou, to northern lands again The glad and glorious sun dost bring, «• And thou hast joined the gentle train And wear'sf the gentle name of Spring. And in thy reign of blast and storm Smiles many a long, bright sunny day, When the changed winds are soft and warm And heaven puts on the blue May. • r Then sing aloud the rushing rills And the full springs, from frost set free, That brightly leaping down the hills, Are just set out to meet the sea. ¦v The year's departing beauty hides Of wintry storms the sullen threat, But in thy sternest frown abides A look of kindly promise yetr Thou bring'st the hope of those calm skies, And that soft time of sunny showers. Wh...

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

HOUSEHOLD HINT If plastic bags rip open along the sides or bottom, press with a warm (not hot) iron to reseal. Here are a few of the several Lenten dishes you might try, plus some others found here and there. OYSTER PIES 2 dozen oysters Ms teaspoon salt H teaspoon pepper 'A teaspoon tarragon H teaspoon cayenne N - 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 4 small onions, sliced 2 carrots, sliced ' 4 potatoes (medium) diced 1 cup grated sharp cheese v> cup milk Drain oysters. Save liquid. Chop oysters with scissors. Mix with salt, pepper, tarragon, cayenne, Worcestershire sauce. Place a layer of onion, carrots, and potatoes in greased pie pans or casserole. Then a layer of oysters, seasonings and cheese Repeat layers. Place 2 tablespoons milk and 2 tablespoons oyster liquid in each pan or casserole Cover pies with biscuit crust. Bake in a moderate oven, 375 degrees F., 45 minutes Garnish with parsley. BISCUIT CRUST Sift _floui then measure 2 cups. Sift again with % teaspoon bakin...

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

Farm Women 4 Guests of 21 On March 31st On March 31, Farm Society A wiQl be host to Society 21 at the _Mountville Civic Center, and on March 10 Society 4 will be entertained by Society 13 at the Farm Bureau Building in Lancaster. At the Saturday meeting, where plans for 'the Mountwlle meeting were made. Mrs. John Musser was hostess, and with Mrs. Henry Reist, president, conducted the business meeting. Saturday's meeting was m the Farmdale School. " ' Mrs Lloyd _Nolt reviewed the book, "Minding Our Own Business" Mrs. Charles Shellenbergsr conducted devotions and Mrs. Richard King, activities chairman, announced plans for a bus trip in April.

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

Free To Women... One yeai charter subscription to LANCASTER FARMING to one housewite eacn week who submits tne _oest letter . recipe . . . homemaking hint. Send your letter to LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryvilie, Jfa-

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

Less and Less Landlady—"Really, with all these goings-on we must be prepared for anything" Hungry Boarder — "Yes, Mrs Prune; or at any rate for hardly anything."

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

H AGER'S Plain Clothing Dept Where Plain Folks Like to Shop March Special! Spring Bonnets &O Qft $0.0 " Formerly _* $4.50 Specially priced during March tion of ready-made bonnets! A this fine selec variety of fine cover ings — matelasses, cello cloth, rayon crepes, and strain fabrics All with firm foundations of wire, buckram or felt. PLAIN CLOTHING DEPT Second Floor H AGER W. King St., Lancaster, Pa. Daily 9 to 5:30. Friday 9 to 9. * Closed Mondays !

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

PROOF savings You see of fuel with ASHLEY A MODE FOR EVERY HOME 24 HOUR THERMOSTATIC DOWN DRAFT WOOD HEATERS KAUFFMAN'S HARDWARE Phone 4-0951 NEW HOLLAND

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

Red Rose TC Feed "get "Pint »id in a feed b»e'" TC is the new well" feed that guards against disease at the fint danger iiijns Contain! increased level* of antibiotics and vitamins to increase appetites .¦.¦¦.a»_B_>r--_>_-»»" ¦ _»_£>. _ X m -iS m m m a FULL LINE OF _POULTRY EQUIPMENT FEEDERS — FOUNTAINS — BROODERS WEST WILLOW FARMERS ASSOCIATION WEST WILLOW Ph. Lane. 4-5019

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Untitled Article [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 until thickene...

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Untitled Article [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:—Farm Women 22, visit La...

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Untitled Article [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.

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Untitled Article [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

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 2 March 1956

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Untitled Article [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 secretary-" Proposed 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 committe'd 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 years of the p...

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Untitled Article [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 Pennsylvania's 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 questioned t...

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Untitled Article [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 S61, 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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Untitled Article [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, f0_; $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

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