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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

BELMONT 37 Per Cent Pufe Agricultural Limestone Analysis: Calcium Oxide 30% Magnesium Oxide 20% Calcium Equivalent ...57% Wenger & Sensenig Co Phone Gap 45R21 RD 1, Paradise, Pa

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Down* w ite Farin '_^_teifsfiife_" President Dwight D. Eisenhower is shown watching his. Angus herd during a visit to Jfis farm last month by farmer organization officials who "presented him with a tractor. George G. Connor, far right, general manager of Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Cooperative Association, was a member of the group visiSng the farm to make the presentation. Kenneth Probasco, Ohio Farm Bureau gen¬ _eral manager, is at far left. General Arthui B. Nevins, an associate of the President, is to his left. J. F. Schaffhausen_, assistant to the president of Cockshutt Farm Equipment, Inc., manufacturers of the donated tractor, is directly behind General Nevins. Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Cooperative Associations made the presentation - -.-v '_-*r tMi;:_aWI s5& ct Unexcitable _Grandpappy Morgan, a hillbilly of fhe Ozarks, had wandered off into the woods and failed- to return for supper. So young Tolhver was sent to look for him. He found him stan...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

County Farmers Association to Hold Meetings The board of directors of the Lancaster County Farmers Association mei at the home of Isaac Miller near Landisville Wednesday evening, December 7. The leading matter of business was planning a series of meetings in the county to inform farmers on legislative matters in Washington and Harnsburg as well as to discuss labor needs for hai vesting 1956 cropb. These meetings will be conducted during the first week of January at Mt. Joy, Rawlmsville, Bart and Whitehorse These _sessions will be open to all fanners William B Jacobs, president, appointed th» legislative committee for 1956 Lewis Hoolber. J Roy Greidei, Kenneth Skdes, Clyde Mylm, Heishey J Rossler ?nd Harold Groff Fieldman Ray K Hagenbuch, was present and discussed current legislation at Harnsburg with the boaid Attending the meeting were f WiM'ia<m B. Jacobs, Narvon; Mel-H. Randk of _Holtwood; J. p Roy Roy Greider, Mt Joy; Fred Sol len-beriger, Narvon; Isaac M_^ter Landisv...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

ATTENTION FARMERS If farmers file income tax by Feb. 15,1956 they need not file a declaration of estimated tax. "Two options are given by which to determine amount _ofjncome which is subject to the self employment tax. With _ra; Income Tax is a Profession; jnot _Ta side line John M. Slater and Associates 124 3<mth State Street, Ephrata. _Penntylrania Dial 3-2370; _fcno answer, try 3-2406

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

ENGLISH SETTER AT STUD "Donnette's Bandit Joey" 29 wins in Shooting Dog Stakes, on Pheasant's, Quail and Grouse, in 5 _starts in "Shoot To Kill" Trials he has 3 firsts & 2 seconds. A fine Retriever! Mostly some of his pups for sale. Call Oxford 43J4_, Parke Rhodewalt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

SHOO-FLY PIE Three-fourths cup Old Barrel Molasses Three-fourths cup water, boiling with" One teaspoon of soda CRUMBS One cup and one tablespoon flour ,One half cup sugar _ Shortening or an egg Bake in hot oven for 10 minutes, then slow foi three-fourths of an hour. "Thanking you for your paper," Mrs Summy tells Lancaster Farming- Sunday nif_.hts were always nights for popcorn and apples back home. The snow swirled around outbide, lard was used _unsparingly in the hot cast iron skillet with battered granite lid, and a dishpan was filled for the family-Soon the "task" passed from mother to tl»e youngsters, and some lessons were learned-Have you ever tasted popcorn popped in tallow? Tried and tii'e, we said earlier Here's a notd from one of our readers who submitted an earlier recipe She received a letter from another Lancaster Farming reader "saying it was the best sugar cookie recipe she has ever made She said I should put it in more papers Just _lo let you know the recipes a_re t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

For the Farm Wife and Family There's _nc thing like snow, a good, warm fne in_the kitchen stove, good talk ._>nd good eating And good eating we have this week, with lota of recipes, maybe some repeat itcipes, along with a hatful of household hints We sure enjoy hearing from you, and it seemb you'if _lilyng the column more. Keep those recipes and household hints coming You know these recipes are being tried and true — several wrote or told me this week that they have given the column the kitchen test — and the results were mighty tasty. . But this week, it's a couple oldtimers, probably from a tattered, well worn recipe book that provide a free year's subscription to Mrs. Abram Summy at Rl, Manheim She writes"As I have taken some cookies from your paper, I will send some in. I always like new ones and someone might dike to try these They are the old kind from mother JUMBLES One pound sugar - One and oni'-fcurth pound of flour Three-fourths pound of butter Three eggs On...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Society 16 Has Christinas Party; Attendance 35 Thirty-five attended the Christmas banquet of Farm Society 16 at Rhoads Tavern, Quarryville, Wednesday night, Dec. 7 Plans were announced for the next meeting,-the _tlurd week,in January, at the home of Mrs Roy (Frances) Keen, Bartville Date of the January-meeting was changed due to conflict with the State Convention at the Farm Show in Harnsburg Games, in which all partiCinated, were under direction of Mrs. Helen _v Floyd) Rmehart, Society president, of Nine Points. Husbands were honored guests, and Christmas themes were used in the decorations and table settings All bills wtre paid In their November meeting all officers of Society 16 were reelected In addition to Mrs Rmehart they are-Mrs Harriet Giaham, Georgetown, vice president, Mrs. Thomas J-(Katie) Matthews, Quarryville_, secretary, and Mrs Keene, trea¬ surer Two eggs, beaten *" Two and ont half cups flour A little vanilla Two scant teaspoons soda, sifted with flour, mix...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Christmas Party In Quarryville Families of Farm Women's Society 21 were guests at the annual _Christmas party Friday evening in the Fire Hall at Quaivi'lle. Forty attended. Misses Dianne and Nancy Aument of Quarryville gave two instrumental selections, and Mrs. Zander Herr offered several piano and vocal numbers. After Santa Claus' arrival and the exchange of gifts, refreshments were served. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Parke Ressell, Mrs. Steven Heidelbaugh and Mrs. Clyde Dubble- " __ Farm Society 1 Plans Xma* Party Dec. 29 A covered dish supper will be the family Christmas party for members of Farm Women's Society No 1 at the home of Mrs. Margaret Hopkins, _Lititz, on Thursday, Dec 29. Saturday the group met and ravian Home. Twenty-three guests discussed plans at the Lititz Moof the home were entertained by the club, with a gift exchange, vocal and instrumental music, and a dinner-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Free To Women... One yeai charter subscription to LANCASTER FARMING to one housewue _ eacn week who _submits tne dcsc letter . . . recipe . . . homemaking hint. Send your letter to LANCASTER FARMING, Quarryville, ra.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

(jhristnias Oantata -*_#_* _"* A Star in the Sky D j Bruce (jarlton Presented by 60-Voice Combined Choirs Of MEMORIAL - CHESTNUT METHODIST * LEVEL Quarryville - Presbyterian " Sunday, Dec. 18, «t 8 P. M. at MEMORIAL METHODIST—Qyarryville The Public Is Cordially _lnnled to Attend.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Women's Page (Continued from page 8) Cookies and pies and pastries — time to try something more light And Mrs- ' Mahlon B. Shoemaker down at BD 2 Oxford suggests PEACH AND PECAN SALAB (_Servet Eight) Eight peach halves One cup mayonnaise One cup cottage cheese One cup chopped pecans Place the peach halves, hollow side up, in the freezing tray of the refrigerator Mix the cottage cheese, mayonnaise, cream and pecans together and pour over the peaches Freeze about three to four _houts. Serve on crisp lettuce. "This is a -delicious salad," Mrs- Shoemaker adds "And", she adds, "the following is my" HOUSEHOLD BINT Tired of clotheslines that mark up the family washings ' First wash the clothesline with mild soap in wain~ w _^ ater Rinse and dry thoroughly _~ Apply two thin coats of white shellac and. dry thoroughly afior each coat. From up Denver way, come! this letter "As I read Lancaster Farm ing, I came across an Appl< Dumpling recipe which I tried The woman a_»ked thafhe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Tantalize ChrlsMasAfrptthes WHh* _Tidkte TI7HEN friends gather about your Christmas slices bologna, »/$-inch thick (about Ms pound), tree, it's nice to pass a tray of pleasant- _s11 _"* 1 _- sweet pickles. to-eat Combine cheese and pickle relish; blend * t>eat _tiaoits. All in the _ennstmas spirit ot wel, Spread 20 slices bologna with pickje welcome and good will. mixture. But bologna slices together to form Here are three suggestions, each of them de- 10 stacks. Top with remain 10 slices bologna. licious but not fussy. - Cut with small star-shaped cutter. Top with Blue Cheese-Clam Dip (V/t cups) _" efcS. remaining bologna mixture for One cup sour cream, V* cup - crumbled _ sandwich spread, if desired. American blue cheese (about 3 ounces), V* cup Holiday Olive Canapes (about 14) _canned, minced clams; 1 tablespoon chopped One 6-ounce package chive cream cheese, ,_«ftives, _Vt teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, % - softened, Va cup chopped pimento-stuffed teaspoon salt. gre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 December 1955

Executive Board Of Farm Women Guests at Party Mrs Milton Eberly, R3 Elizabethtown, past president of the Lancaster County Society of Fai m Women, lecentiy was hostess at a meeting of thp executive hoard, all new presidents elected for the coming year, and past presidentg of societies who served under her-Mrs. E Robert (Ann) Nolt_, Rl Lancaster, newly named county piesident, was in _chaige of the meeting . The Farm Women of the County are _selling Christmas ribbon candy as a county project In addition to other projects, two societies each month visit and distnbute tidbits to guests of the Lancaster County Home. Societies 17 and 18 will visit the Home in Januaiy, and Societies 19 and 20 will fill the Februaiy schedule, Mrs Nolt advises During the meeting at the Eberly home, discussions were held on the State Faim Women's Convention at the State Farm Show, m Harrisburg Jan 9 Mrs. A B. _Weidman and Mrs. Elam Buckwaiter wi'll usher-Four were named to a committee writing resolutio...

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