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Pennsylvania' Home _EconomfSTOfficers [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
Pennsylvania Home _EconomfSTOfficers Pennsylvania Association , of . Extension L . Voord , Greene county ; _standing from left , Home Economists officers for-1956 . Seated secretary , Ruth Kimble , Lancaster , county ; from left , treasurer , Ruth Kredell , - York first vice president , Frances Vannoy , Bucks county ; president , Mrs . Mayme L _. Mitchell , county ; ~ second vice president ,. Joanne WagChester- county ; president-elect , Mrs . Grace ner , Clarion county ; - - much . It s interesting and has lots of good news in it . We enjoy reading it But h * r&amp; is her CHOCOLATE CHIP or TjDLL HOUSE-COOKIES One _^ half-cup butter One-half cup brown sugar One-half cup granulated sugar One egg One and one-half cup flour One-half teaspoon salt ¦ One-half teaspoon soda One package of chocolate bits ( 7 oz . ) One tablespoon hot water One teaspoon vanilla One-half cup chopped nuts ( optional ) Cream shortening and sugar together , add egg , water and vanilla and beat until fl...
For the Farm Wife and Family [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
For the Farm Wife and Family Things are humming in the kitchen this weekend , the cookie jars are being filled and th &lt; house redded up for the big event , Christmas dinner . The . British have their roast of rib and _Yorksjiire pudding , but here it s lurkey and the trimmings or roast chicken Just recalled a tip you might use to perk up the holiday serving . If you want to serve a _Jlaming pudding , dip a cube of sugar in a small dish containing lemon extract . Just before taking the dessert to the table , light the cube with a match . Youll have a beautiful bine flame that soon diet out when the sugar _carmelizet . Just the thing to serve when lights are lovr and holiday festivities are at their ipeak . • » * Lets take a look at the mailPuddings , cakes and cookies . Must return a card from Mrs . Dulan D- Newton over at Blue Ball- Looks like it came out of tier recipe card file , and some » f these days she may be looking for it Mrs- Emily Keene , R 3 Lititz is this wee...
For Farm Women . [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
For Farm Women . ( Continued from page 6 ) fQuud one restaurateur who refused to serve any steak well done . Loses Its character ,, he swears- I V V While we re on the subject oi eteaks , heres an idea that may be considered likely by some . Others may turn up their noses , But I ve tried it , and love it . Youll find the taste of olive oil missing , - despite your earlier fears Place olive oil and bits of garlic in porcelain or glass tray . Lay steaks in tray and let marinate several hours . Then turn for an equal number of hours . Mighty good — if you like garlic . Some marinate their steaks two or three hours to flie side , some a day- Excellent when broiled . * * * __^ Mrs . Paul Rudy ,- up at 311 Valley Road , R 5 Lancaster , last week sent in an item about triplet lambs being born on their farm . Many -thanks for the news item , which we used , and here are come recipes from Mrs . Rudy : CINNAMON STICKS Take a loaf of unsliced bread and remove the crust , cut mto pieces or sti...
A Christmas Pie [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
A Christmas Pie - Every hostess strives to surprise and please her guests with food that is unusual—the special dish that is different From the Pyrofax Gas test kitchen comes the recipe for this pieperfect for Yuletide entertaining . The subtle blending of pineapple and cranberries results in , a delicious filling and the pie crust tree cut-oul » add an attractive touch . Youll surely want to try it . Cranberry-Pineapple Pie 3 _} 4 tablespoon * quick- 3 cups fresh cranberries cooking tapioca 1 can ( i 6 oz ) pineapple tidbits \\ i cup * sugar Water J _^ _J teaspoon salt 1 pkg . pie crust mix Combine tapioca , sugar , salt and cranberries in saucepan . Drain _, pineapple ; measure juice ; add water to make 1 _J 4 cups ; pour into saucepan . Cover ; bring to boil . Cool , stirring occasionally ; add drained pineapple . Prepare pie cruet as directed on package ; roll out enough pastry for lower crust _Yt yas _^ a _. thick ; line 9-jnch pie pan ; flute edge . Roll out remaining pastry ;...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
tike a hit of poetry Heres one from out west that tells of the FARM WIFE She shields her eyes with unflung , work-worn hand , To scan the intervale beneath the-sun Of noon ; it s -tune her man was Shadows lare short beoynd the coming m cattle run . The corn is ripe ; the garden is stffi _^ green — This year it brought a more n common yield ; The hens scratch busily beyond the The breeze makes waves of grass fence ; across the field Content she gazes , waiting for her man To come to dinner , wafting wholesome smell Behind her , from the kitchen s open door . She knows her part , and does it , deft and well No longer lithe and straight as when a bride Of seventeen she came to make this place A home , but still the sixty years were kind and all the season s light is in her face- S NEWS ? WHAT or drop Give LANCASTER FARMING a call us a letter - if you have farming news to report , a event schedule a coming _i sale coming up , if you Our columns are for you Please sign all items Phone : ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
dress all inquiries to Its the I , « mi * Law , LANCASTER _FARMING Its The Law _*«^ pa | Q . Is _dit passable too collect $ 300 Herat to a friend ? I was present when may huisftwuid gave it tbo hum fault toe did not ask for a receipt . Since then we are not _frdenids We asked for . the money bult ihe sand try to © at it . J . F It s the Law with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Bar Association . General Interest questions • re welcomed , and will be answered as soon as possible . Letters must be signed . Answers will not be published on a specfied . requested day . Questions cannot be answered by mail , and LANCASTER FARMING will reject any inquiry which is not of general public interest . Ad A- A loan is not _uneolleotilble merely because there was nothing lin wmitinig . If the loan was made more than six years ago , a suit to recover it would toe barred by itihe Statute of Limitations . ISinice your former friend refuses to repay ...
$ 25 Millions in Milk Checks Due Before Christinas [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
$ 25 Millions in Milk Checks Due Before Christinas New York , — Cooperation of the federai-stite milk market administrator s office in making the payment of $ 25 , 000 , 000 in milk checks possible to 49 , 100 dairy fanners before Christmas was annouced today by Dr . A- J . Pollard , the Acting Administrator . Handlers are requested to automat their _reports not latter ithan fche tenth- of each mioiuth and then must make-payments to dairy farmers not later than the 25 th of the month . By submitting their December reports two days early , the price can be determined ear _» Her and handlers can pay dairy farmers before Dec 25- Dr . Pollard noted that handlers have cooperated with the administrator s office for several years in making payments before Christ ¬ mas . The Acting Adminisfrator has estimated the November uniform ; milk price at $ 431 cwt . The actual price last November was $ 463 cwt , ( 46 . 5 quarts ) . His farecast of the producer butterf at differential for this month ...
Barn Raised in Day on J . Ranck Farm , _Hahnstown [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
Barn Raised in Day on J . Ranck Farm , _Hahnstown NeDghfbor ® , friends and Mennonatte Church- members 1 nearly 200 strong m one day erleoteid a mew barn to reiptooe one destroyed toy fire Seat 26 on the John Rank farm near HahnsIbown- _~~ The first siding was _( placed ftIbtomlt 10 ajm ., and the first rafters were raised ! ait 11 . Twelve women prepared dinners an a . neartoy ttoIbacco shed . Daniel Zimmerman , R 2 Bph &lt; - rata , supervised erection of the 56 x 90-fobt _sfannoture . Lumber was pre-cut in Snyder county , _andi sorted dn order for use . When itihe workers _aotniived , the concrete block foundation and flooring was in placeMortised arid pegged ( beams and . joists were readied earlier . thiei _\ hoisted ! in place ( by _theibarn _naisers . Advice ! If sfae looks younig , she s camouflaged . If she looks old , she s young but dissipated . If she _dooiks innocent , she s defceiving you . If she looks shocked , she s acting . If she looks languishing , she s ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 23 December 1955
The above charts for the United States low normal temperatures are expected , with show , for the next 30 days , the expected de- the coldest weather in the Northern Plains _, partures from normal temperatures and the Greater than normal amounts of snow expected total precipitation by means of are indicated in the northern third of the classes . nation from the Great Lakes westward to the Pacific Coast . Rainfall is expected to be The Weather Bureau s 30-day outlook above normal along the West Coast and befor mid-December 1955 to mid-January 1956 low normal in the East . Subnormal precipicalls for temperatures to average aboYe nor- tation is indicated in the southern Jhalf of mal irrthe Southwest and near normal along the country , except near normal in the the Gulf Coast and in northern New Eng- Tennessee Valley and along the Gulf Coast _, land . In the remainder of the country be-