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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

fa Fashion Now The shirtwaist _dresses popular f6r Spring and Summer. This is one of the classic designs that is always in good taste It is worn for almost every ocasion. The cotton shirtwaist-,is a good choice for grocery shopping or for a round of golf. The linen or silk shirtwaist makes a lovely afternoon dress and .the satin and the linen"with satin or jeweled trim makes an elegant cocktail dress The straw bag has definitely gone glamorous There are beautiful ones being offered in every dolor under the sun, decorated with, flowers, rhinestones_, pearls, slieils and any glamor material that Gomes to the designer's mind Matching Parasol • Tfie matching parasol is news and very becoming. One of the cutest numbers in a recent showing of _x Spring and Summer clothes was a mother-and-daughter outfit, each with its matching parasol Some of these new parasols are very elaborately decorated 'and can represent quite an investment. Some are simple but just as effective. They are sa...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Electric Drill Safety Measure Glenn and Murl Aufhent, brothers atSolanco High School, here " demonstrate safety measures with an electric drill at a recent meeting of the Southern Lancaster County 4-H Tractor Club. A pipe to protect the bit, and a rag to catch shavings can do much to prevent s ' erious accidents and injuries. The meeting was at the C. E. Wiley & Son implement store in Quarryville. (Lancaster Farming Staff Photo).

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Belmont 97 Per Cent Pure Agricultural Limestone alcium Oxide 30% [agnesium Oxide ..20% alcium Equivalent 57% Wenger & Serisenig Co Phone Gap HI 2-4500 RD 1, Paradise, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family There's a variety of recipes household hints, and ne _' ws foi the housewife this .week, maybe a bit of lawn keeping and information on what's new on the disjtaff side. First, here's a series of recipes from Mrs Clarence W. Heisey, R2 Manheim_, who wins this week's award of 'a free one-year subscription to Lancaster Farming. There are typical Lancaster County recipes — but let's just start off with an old favorite SHOO-FLY PIE Juice Part ' Two cups brown sugar One cup molasses One egg One tablespoon soda ' Two cups water Crumbs Three cups flour One cup brown sugar One-half cup lard Mix juice and put in pies, add crumbs on top Bake in moderate jven at 375 degrees Makes four pies Another old-time recipe from Mrs _> Heisey is for OLD FASHIONED POTATO DOUGHNUTS Three - large potatoes, boiled and mashed Four level tablespoons butter Add ' Three eggs Two cups sugar One cup sweet milk One teaspoon salt One teaspoon nutmeg Six cups flour Five .t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

EASTER EGG CAKE Two and one-quarter cups sift ed cake flour Two and one-quarter teaspoons double acting baking powder One-half teaspoon salt _'"" , Three-fourths cup butter One and one-half cup sugar Two_^thirds of a cup - of milk One teaspoon vanilla Three eggs, unbeaten Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder, salt and sift together three times. Cream butter and sugar gradually until light and fluffy. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well. Add flour with milk, vanilla. Put in nineinch layer pan, one and one-half inches deep, bake at 350 degrees. And to top this cake, here is COCOANUT FROSTING Two egg whites, unbeaten One and one-half cup sugar Dash of salt One-third cup water _«, 0ne teaspoon vanilla One and one-half cup shredded cocoanut I Two teaspoons light corn syrup March is about over, but it's a mo-nth of cooking and eating. Pennsylvania will find these farm foods in bountiful supply right now: broiler and fryer chickens, potatoes, apples, beef, pork, milk and other...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

This Tea Ring Is an Easy, Any-Time Delight BY DOROTHY MADDOX EVER try a packaged hot roll mix as the easy baser for a rich fruit tea ring? Saves time and produces first-class results. This recjpe makes two 7-inch rings. Maraschino Tea Ring One 14_%-otince package hot roll mix, % cup mint jelly, 1 cup dried apricots, chopped; 1 cup chopped maraschino cherries, well drained (about 40_*chemes); % cup chopped walnuts, 2 tablespoons butter or margarine. Prepare roll mix according to package-directions. When dough is ready to shape, divide into 2 equal portions. - Roll out half of the dough on lightly floured surface to a 14x8-inch rectangle, about _%-inch thick. Spread with half of jelly and sprinkle with half of apricots, cherries and walnuts. Dot with 1 tablespoon butter pr margarine. Roll up, jelly-roll fashion,.and seal. , Shape into a ring on lightly greased baking sheet. Seal ends of ring. With kitchen shears, make cuts two-thirds of the way through ring at 1-inch interva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Farm Women 21 Guests of No, 4 In March 31 Meet ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ Farm Women Society #21 met at the home of Mrs Lewis Walton, Peach Bottom on Thursday afternoon, March 8, with Mrs Thomas Bradley and Mrs Earl Walton as co-hostesses Contributions of $5 00 each were made to the Lancaster County Unit, American Cancer Society and to the Lancaster County Society for Crippled Children and Adults. The Society will provide entertainment for the guests at the Lancaster County Home on Wednesday, along with members of Society #22 For the Ways and Means Committee, Mrs Charles Tindall reported _receipts of $129 70 from three benefits Mrs Parke Ressel presided Mrs. Earl Walton had devotions Housecleanmg hints were given during roll call. Mrs Edison Osborne was in charge of the program. The , group has been invited to be guests of Society 4 at their March 31 meeting.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

FARM WOMEN 13 Society of Farm Women 13 will entertain Society'4 at a meeting at the Farm Bureau Building, Dillersville Road, Saturday at 2 p. m. Mrs. Charles Snyder will give a book review.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Keystone Leghorns STRAIN CROSS _J "Notice the alert, aggressive x appearance of our young breeding stock" * BETTER CHICK LIVEAB1LITY ! S _• EARLY LARGE EGG SIZE * CHALK WHITE EGGS S * SUSTAINED HIGHER PRODUCTION 5 * LOWER HEN HOUSE MORTALITY Pennsylvania - U. S. Approved ¦ _J - Pullorum • Typhoid Clean 5 WRITE FOR NAMES OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ¦ 2 IN YOUR AREA = Poultry r n_^ Breeding raiHl Keystone 43 Old Mill Road EPHRATA. _U i PHONES: Hatchery 376 1 - Farm 3-6179 i <* «» 1 ¦¦¦_£

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

SAVE AND EARN With Lancaster's Oldest Building and Loan Association A _Crf currently paid on installment » /O shares O O~ f On foil paid shares-payable _+_J / O semi-annually O CfY n Optional _*_J /O semi-annually Your money invested in first mortages on Lancaster County homes American Mechanics Building and ¦ Loan Association Call or See Joseph R. Byars, Attorney 58 N. Duke St. Lancaster, Pa.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

PLANT YOUR SAVINGS WHERE MONEY GROWS 2 Per Cent Interest Paid _ou Savings Deposits. 21/ P_* r Cent Interest Paid on one year - 2 Certificates of Deposit. The First National Bank STRASBURG, PA. DEPOSITS INSURED

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Women's Page (Continued from page eight) Foremost in any lawn ..work is (to pick your seed wisely. More seed is often sown than the ground can support. On a square Soot of ground, allowing-for some loss, 8,000 seeds should supply all the grass the soil can possibly support. A pound of Kentucky bluegrass will 'average well over two million seeds. Check the label before you buy Beware, we are advised, of "southern" grasses that may be planted this spring, - thrive through the summer, and die next winter < i t Enclosing $1 00 for her charter subscription to Lancaster Farming, Miss Katie S. Esh of Rl GordonviMe- sends along an interesting recipe, if one can judge from the title. Why not try her KING-A-LINGS Soften two cakes yeast in One-£/>urth cup warm water Combine Three-fourths cup- hot scalded milk Put in large bowl, stir until » butter melts, then add! One-third cup sugar" _ Two teaspoons salt Two teaspoons grated orange rind _ , Two unbeaten eggs Four to tfou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

_: The Weed's Mission By Margaret Eythinge - Tall grew a weed 'outside a garden gate, Inside a gladiole in splendor grew. "Why do you with the autumn blossoms wait?" The flower asked. "There -is no need of you. - In truth, I know not why you live at all — _ ' Only a few, pale, yellow bloom's you bore, And worthless are your seeds. Pray, droop and fall. I should not grieve at seeing you' no mare. I grace the world, for evening's brightest skies Ar£ not more rich in gold and red than I - And every day the ling'ring butterflies Beg me to stay till they must say, 'good-by.'" - "Yes, you are beautiful," the weed replied, _^ - In patient voice, "arid I am plain indeed. - But God knows why." Just then a bird, bright-eyed And scarlet-beaked, saw .the clust'ring-seed, And lighting on a slender branch he ate_. With many a little chirp of thankful glee, Then spread his wings and perched upon the gate, And blessed his wayside friend in melody. "Ah!" said the weed, when he had flown, "proud fl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Farm Women 11 See Pictures From Hawaii Colored slides of Hawaii and Mexico, taken by Mrs Ellis Esbenshade, and a display of articles purchased there during her recent trips, highlighted the February meeting of Farm Women's Society 11 at the home of Mrs. Lottie Herr, unicorn Assisting were Mrs Harry McCannon and Miss Janet Sines. Mrs Walter DeLong was cohostess and Mrs. James Retzer presided The meeting opened with " _syigyig, and minutes of the previous meeting, read by Mrs. Harry McComsey, were approved Response to roll call was "I Remember When" Mrs. Harry Shank gave the treasurer's report. Mrs. Horace McComsey, corresponding secretary, was asked to report the meeting The president gave a full account of the Executive Board meeting which she attended in Lancaster recently. Big Sister gifts were distributed. Mrs. Shank was program chairman After delicious refreshments were served, the meeting adjourned, with the next date set for the last Thursday hi March with Mrs. E. Robert...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

PORK PURCHASES WASHINGTON — (USDA) — Pork purchases of 9,612,750 lbs m the week to March 8, 1956, under the continuing program to assist hog producers brought overall purchases of pork and lard to 165/700,750 lbs since November when the special USDA program got underway to help expand the consumption of ipork products, the USDA reported today Try this combination of vegetables for a salad; chunks of cauliflower, shreds of endive, sliced cucumber, and " tomato wedges. Louise W. Hamilton, Penn State extension nutritionist, says it's good.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

_^h _^_W_3_l BECAIT'S A WfvOC7 MIRACLE ENGINEERED MASSEY-HARRIS ££i/^fp 2-ROW COTTON AhfD ROW BEET AND BEAU CORN WITH AND 4 Hand-hoe close? Easy with the MH50. You work right up nexi to the row „<.. clft " aning-out more weeds, loosening and aerating the soil for fast, sturdy FRONT-MOUNTED CULTIVATORS plant growth. That's because you see where you re going You look ahead . . get a. full view of what the shovels are doing You can move in close without damaging young plants or -• - pruning root systems The MH50 and cultivator turn as a unit . . dodge . move into or away from the row asone implement. Massey-Harns frontmounted _cultivatois attach quickly Take less time to get leady SpiingTnpoi Spring Tooth fronts and rears—or combinations Attaches to ALL MH50 models See us for details—ask for a demonstration on your farm. Massey-Harris Field Demonstration MARCH 22ND, 1 TO 5 P. M.~-At Henry H. Eshlemans FARM' OFF RT. 230, AT FLORY'S MILL Demonstrat...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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