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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

EVERYTHING IS NOT PR _^C « _«g3s> _*S29f PARENTS AlftGJLXINI ail is welcome * ing _theUP priced as low as iS $99 AUTOMATIC WASHER A DRYER SINGER LESTER A Ph. Overland 7-3226 Ronks, Pa ¦ , •

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

FOR SALE I Litter of English Setter puppies 8 week old, they are sired by "Donette's. _iBandut Joey" who has 29 wins in shooting dog stakes on quail, grouse and pheasants including 5 wans in 5 starts in "Shoot to Kill" trials where them now Don't ge over another hunting season without a good dog' Parke Rhodewalt, Notting-

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

[Results of Soil, Water Practices ¦Extend Far, Wide HARHISBURG — Results oi ioil and water conservation >ractices excend beyond the _joundanes of individual farms, )r. William L. Henning, State iecretaiy of Agriculture and _thairman of the State Soil Conervation Commission, declared ast week. In addressing the opening sesion of a two-day conference he lad called for 165 directors of he State's 33 county wide soil _lOnservation districts, he said 'Countless tons of good, fertile bpsoil were lost forever m Eastirn Pennsylvania from hurricane ams that brought the August loods- Farm sufferiifg the least _lamage were those where the iwners had prepared for such mergencies _tluough approved oil conservation programs. ''Practices such as strip cropung, contour plowing, sod waterways, diversion ditches and teraces help to hold rainwater _Sphere it lalls, and reduce the nances of eroj'on. _1 ' i Since August, two counties _vhere farmlands were washed \y flood waters — Wayne an...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Hess Buys Haverstick ' Farm at E. Petersburg TSie 106-acre H H. _Haversfick Farm near East Peiters'burg has been sold to John G H&ss, Man-Iheun Township, for an undisclosed price i Beverly Estates, Inc, recently purchased the fanm Mr. Hess [former farm, a 30-acre s_^reacj at _Itfhe southeast corner of Lititz Pdce and Roseville Road, for a 70 Jhome extension of the present development.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Fire Destroys Kennetl Square Pickle Plant An early morning fire Nov. 13 completely destroyed the Wal'toecic Foods Co. plant one mile west of Kenne-th Square with loss esitimated; between $80,000 and $90,000. Walbecks produced pickled Cucumbers and onions, and was owned toy Watler Becker, Jr, of Kenneth Square Hundreds of jars of stock as well as packing machinery were lost.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

COMPARE AND YOU WILL FIND THE BEST CANDIES COST LESS ZIPFS' DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES $1.20 Per Lb. $1.00 Per Lb. $1.50 Per Lb and Caramels Fresh Cashews Salted Almonds THE CANDY SHOP 311 N. Queen St., Lancaster Ph.4-0207

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

caster County Farmers enjoy; for family and friends and good _neighhoi s; for a good home life, _warmth and love, laughter and happiness; for the experiences of disappointment which later draw us closer to God and to one another; for the Open Bible, open Church doors and Christian fellowship; for faith in a liv-God; and most of all, "for Jesus Christ our Saviour, the hope of the world, the redeemer of all mankind." Mrs Hershey closed her letter with a thought that was well put, "With these blessings and many, many more, should we not all rejoice and in everything give thanks?" These are _principles one might follow the whole year 'round, instead of just during the happy holiday season Too often we give thanks only when needed or demanded, forgetting that _' receivmg js year 'round, giving is year 'round, so why- should not thanking be year 'round? ' Mrs. H. B. Shearer,-. on Rl Manheim, -urns this week's free one-year subscription to Lancaster Farming, for hers was the first of i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Turkey A'La King An excellent recipe for turkey a'la king has been devised by P. H. Margolf, poultryman at the Pennsylvania State University Agricultural Experiment Station, but it makes- 5 gallons. A more suitable recipe for using up left-overs from a holiday feast follows: M cup butter or chicken fat 1 cup milk 4 tablespoons flour 2'i cups cut-up cooked turkey ' salt _Vi cup slivered, green pepper pepper % cup slivered pimento 1 egg yolk 1' cup sauted sliced mush-V& cups well seasoned turkey rooms broth Melt the fat and blend in the flour. Remove from the heat and stir in slowly the turkey, broth and milk. Bring to a boil and boil one minute, stirring constantly. Stir in gently the remaining ingredients. Mr. Margolf_'s recipe is obainable on request by persons cooking for large groups-

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

For the _^ _^iMM Farm Wife and Family Want to thank you all for your many letters, youi recipes, your household hints We'll publish as many of thf-ae as we can each week, and ask you to send them along as often as you can- If you wish to have your name withheld, just add i note to that effect Through this column, there can be an exchange of ideas, you can pass, along ideas that have proved successful for you or pick up an idea fiom another letter that you read here Might add at this time that we received » very nice letter from Mrs. Richard Hershey of Rl Manheim, who wrote "As Thanksgiving Day approaches, all of us ought to think of the many blessings we are so prone to take for granted." She _theo listed ten things for which she is thankful, fieedom as Americans, for educational publications — as Lancaster Farming — that are _a\ailable; for public schools and good teachers; for the abundant living Lan-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Christiana Site For Lanchester Chorus _Program Christmas in the Air" will be presented by the Lanchester Chorus at the Christiana Fire Hall at 3 p m Sunday, Dec 18. The chorus of 40 voices, with members frcAn, Lancaster and Chester Counties, is under the direction of Donald Trostle, -director of instrumental music at McCaskey ifigh School, Lancaster Pianist is Richard Wright.

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

OUPLIX O*APt _COHTttOl _wfcicfc m«int_«_int an _«vmi_, _uniform Wi» th_. _htU fengtfc _«f fir_«b_»x—•Murinj tatter (••Km <emI baking _Ttsullw Ms '*£-^* . _^^- —*^ ^^ «B _j_^^^_t WOOD RANGE COAL something very real. It means — lower fuel cost — better bak- A/ TONARCH QUALITY is a more even-burning fire ing results.— a welded one-piece frame for increased efficiency and greater durability — "vitrifused" g lass-lined flues and oven walls to prevent rust and corrosion—easy-to-keep-clean "Mirco" cooking top • modern design with all-white porcelain finish .— and abo\e all, it means lasting satisfaction Available in Black and White. We also have the Square Range without the reservoir Place your order for immediate or spring delivery. GROFFS HARDWARE S. Railroad Ave. New Holland Phone 4-0851

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

/omens age I (Continued from page 8) hilla (2 tablespoons) plus sevf l tablespoons of nutmeg Lm sugar and lard. Add eggs, br milk- Sift flour, soda, cream [tartar. Add to the mixture top by tea&poon on greased bkie sheet. Bake at 350 deles PS The measurements are by light, so youi cookies will not 1 _Qne of our readers at East |il has sent _m a recipe, and e asks that hei name be withld _Thgt we-are most willing do Her recipe is for [ Apple Dumplings n cup of sour cream mixed with ie teaspoon baking soda. [Add V* teaspoon salt, — flour lough so * you can roll it like [ft pie dough. Have apples snitzed and cut ] halves Cut the dough in luares, about five inches Put half apple on each square- Now ke the corners to the top and ess them tight together Jo _sep the juice in. Put m greased in Bake about 30 to 35 mines in an oven at 350 degrees, till golden brown. I From over at Bareville, Mrs lohn B Becker has sent us a thole string of recipes that look nighty good, and m...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Bus Trip, Christmas Party at Society 10 Mrs- M L Windell will conduct a bus tour for Society of Farm Women 10 Monday to Philadelphia to see "Cinerama Holiday" and downtown Christmas decorations Saturday, Dec. 3 has been set as the date for the annual Christmas dinner and party at the home of Mrs. Charles F, Stauffer, Lime Spring Farm, Rohierstown Mrs. C M- Neff, sister of Mrs Stauffer, will lead devotions. Officers recently elected will be installed Mis H. C Remhold is president; Mrs Elam Buckwaiter, vice president; Mrs. John Habecker, refolding secretary; Mrs- Henry Hershey, corresponding secretary/, and Miss Eliza Esbenshade, treasurer-Farm Society 21 Sets Christmas Partv Date Families of the Society of Farm Women 21 will hold their annual Christina" Party Friday, Dec 9 m the Fne Hall at Quarryvilie Activities start at ' 7 30 p m Plans for tne Christmas Party were discussed at a recent meeting in the home of Mrs. Clair Griffith, _Quarryville. The Society voted conlnbutions to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Farm Society 15 Holds Furniture Refinislihifi? Class Mrs Glenn Knecht, RD Kirkwood, Tuesdnv was hostess to Society of Fdi m Women 15 in a furniture refirushing class In the _previous week's meeting, plans were made " for a family _Chustmas dinner party Thursday, Dec 8, in Rhoads Spanish Tavern, Quarryvilie Miss Ruth Kimble, Lancaster County exlenstor home economist, conducted the Tuesday class, and also * gave a lecturedemonstration on Christmas deeolations foi the home and holiday gift wrapping Installation of two recentlyelected office's, Mrs Robert Reath as recoiding secietary, and Mis Lewis E Shoemaker as treasurer was made at last week's meeting In charge of this meeting was Mrs Robert Wucksel, president Assisting were Mis Emory Wagner, Mrs Fo 1 rest Reinhart and Mrs William _Ciawford, Sr Twenty-five dolars will be given by the Society for distribution among Lancaster County Home guests, and $7 will be sent the Lancaster County Tuberculosis Society. Staitmg in 1956, accor...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 25 November 1955

Winners at Baby Beef Roundup Here the three winners of the recent Southeast District 4-H Club Baby Beef Roundup at Lancaster Stock Yards line up On-the right is the winner Phyllis Buss, 17, RD 2 Easton, with her Angus "Butchie" that was grand champion over all breeds, In the center is the reserve champion, "Mickey," with Mary Jane Herr_, 12, Refton, at the halter of her Hereford "Shorty," the top Shorthorn, shown by Shirley Longenecker, 15, RD 2 _Lititz, is on the left. (Lancaster Farming Photo).

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