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Women ' s s Page [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
Women s s Page ( _Ooralbiniued firom page eigflit ) times it is more than human to err . Should we make any errors in printing your recipes , let us know so we can make corrections . In the recipe above , we almost wound up with two teaspoons of sale instead of two-thirds of one ! - - # &gt;• + « Mrs Esther M- Law on RD 1 East Earl , sends another welcome letter : We like Lancaster Farming very much . Enclosed find one dollar for . charter subscription . Thanks for the free papers we received earlier . Here is a recipe we like very much , and which we would like to share : EGOLESS , MILKLESS , , BUTTERLESS CAKE Two tups water Two cuips sugar Two cups raisins Two tablespoons lard One teaspoon ginger One-half teaspoon salt One-half teaspoon cinnamon Boil this five minutes . When cool , add Three cups flour Two teaspoons soda Bake in pan \ 9 x 14 x 3 inches , or in an oval roaster , oven temperature 350 degrees Baking fame 45 to 50 minutes . ( If you like , you can add nuts or ...
There ' s Nothing Like a Tasty Casserole for Winter _^ Eating [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
There s Nothing Like a Tasty Casserole for Winter _^ Eating BY DOROTHY MADDOX _THRY combining wide egg noodles , deviled ham and f- cheese in a hearty , main-dish casserole . Tastes delicious , is easy to prepare and -will please all the family . Deviled Cheesed Noodles ( 4 servings ) One package ( 7 ounces ) wide noodles , 2 tablespoons butter or margarine , 1 small green pepper , chopped ; 1 small onion , chopped ; 1 _tablespoon minced parsley , 1 cup grated , process , sharp cheese ; 1 family size ( 4 » _&amp;-ounce ) can deviled ham , salt and pepper to taste , 1 cup evaporated milk . Cook noodles as directed on package . In hot fat saute pepper onion and parsley . Combine cooked , drained noodles with sauteed Vegetables , cheese and ham . Season to taste . Turn into greased casserole and pour on milk If desired , sprinkle with buttered crumbs Bake m hot oven ( 400 degrees F . ) 3 C minutes , or to a golden brown , If you want an economical chicken dish , try this chicke...
It ' s The Law [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
It s The Law It s the Law with simple answers is offered by LANCASTER FARMING in cooperation with Ike Pennsylvania Bar Association . General interest questions are 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 0 i general public interest Address all inquiries to It 1 * the Law , LANCASTER FARMING , Quarryville . Pa . - Q . If I open a savings account and put a sisters name on with my own , is it enough to say and / or , and just what does that term mean ? R L . A . The term and / or is ambiguous and should not be used to create a joint account with right of survivorship It is suggested that the best way to create a two-name account with survivorship is to have both parties sign a signature card upon which it is clearly and unambiguously staled that their tenure is to include _^ the feature of ...
19 Counties m West Disaster Areas by Flood [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
19 Counties m West Disaster Areas by Flood The Department of Agriculture has announced designation through Dec . 31 , 1956 , of 12 counties in Washington and seven counties in Oregon as an area where the Farmers Home Administration may make emergency loans to farmers whose berry , vegetable , and other crops were damaged by a freeze in November of 1955 . The Washington counties named are Clark , Cowlitz , Island , King , Kitsap , Lewis , Pierce , San Juan , Skagit , Snohomish ,-Thurston , and Whatcom . The Oregon counties are _Clackamsfs , Columbia , Marion , Multonomah , Polk , Washington and YamhilL Four of the counties in Oregon affected by the recent action were already designated for emergency loans through June 30 , 1956 , because of severe damage to vegetable crops from heavy rains and floods last October . This action extends the designation _Tfor those counties , Clackamas , Marion , Washington , and Yamhill , through Dec&amp;mber 31 , 1956 . Emergency loans are mad...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
BELMONT 97 Per Cent Pure Agricultural Limestone SOIL TESTING SERVICE CALL DAVID R JOHNS Overland 7-3301 Wenger &amp; Sensenig Co Phone Gap 45 R 21 RD 1 , Paradise , Pa THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE !! TERRIFIC ( ITS Under - - But We re Snowed Your Subscription will be processed as soon as possible Please bear with us P . S . Dont forget—Free Distribution Ends Soon . Mail Your Subscription Today Lancaster Farming Quarryville , Pa Onl )
Two Vegetable Diseases Controlled With Streptomycin , USDA Reports [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
Two Vegetable Diseases Controlled With Streptomycin , USDA Reports Two more diseases _important Ito vegetable growers—downy oi lima beans and late blight mildew of tomatoes— have been controlled experimentally with antibiotic spays , the U . S . Department oi Agriculture reports . Equally significant is the fact , revealed by USDA research on antibiotics for plants , that better control of the downy-mildew fungus was obtained with crude forms of streptomycin ( the antibiotic used ) than with pure forms . Department scientists also found that addition of copper to the antibiotic sprays gave effective disease control with very low dosages of antibioticMeeting in Atlanta These discoveries are the result of research by W- J- Zaumeyer _,, S- P . Doohttle and R . E . Wester-at the USDA Plant Industry Station , -Beltsville , MdThey extend the list of recent research successes in using antibiotics against plant diseases and constitute a further important step toward more extensive use of an...
_^ _^ Outlook for January 1956 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
_^ _^ Outlook for January 1956 The Weather Bureau s 30-day outlook for _tu-res in the Southern Rockies . January calls for temperatures to average Precipitation is expected to be near or below seasonal normals in the eastern third above normal in the Southwest and along of the nation . Above normal temperatures the West Coast . In the remainder of the are indicated from the Mississippi west- -country generally subnormal amounts are ward to the Pacific with greatest depar- predicted .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
JUST DEPENDS A man was on his way to visit iome friends during summer va _&gt; cation . The way led through a SwampSay , he asked , is it true that an alligator wont hurt you if you carry a torch ? The guide thought a moment . Depends on how fast you carry It , I reckon . DONE ENOUGHElmer , aged 13 , was puzzled over the girl problem arfd discussed it with his pal Joe . I ve walked to school with her three times , he told Joe , and carried her books . I bought her • n ice-cream soda twice . Now , do you think I ought to kiss her ? Now , you dont need to , Joe decided after a moment of deep thought . You have done enoilgh for that girl already . WHERE LOVE WAS STRONG Dont you think Egbert is of a _tery flighty disposition ? Why , no , hell never forget his first and only love . So , h , e s been seriously enamored- What was it ? Himself .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
_£ r when you Laws demand safe-driving—but the driver on courtesy which helps assure it must has been . come from you — the driver . Obedi : Too often its too late _^ spot the discourteous c the highway . The damage done ... or is about to be or the danger has passed until you meet again . done . . at -least ence to traffic regulations , common sense and considerate behavior stamp you as a safe , courteous driver . Every year , more than three quarters of all traffic _fatalities involve traffic Lack of driver courtesy As you drive ... be courteous—it s heavily to those deaths . contagious . . . and safe . violations _, contributes Drive to stay alive _• This message in the interest of highway safety is one of a series prepared and disseminated by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publishers Association and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue . COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA \ .
Winter Chills Check Growth [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
Winter Chills Check Growth Of U . S . Crops WASHINGTON — Winter temperatures were much colder than usual over the eastern two-thirds of the country and the far Northwest in the week ended Dec 19 , which kept small grains , dormant in nearly all-areas and permitted little growth even in the more southern districts The government also- reported in its weekly weather and crop bulletin that small grains which generally lack protective snow cover east of the Rockies suffered some damage from low temperatures Most grain fields were covered with snow from middle portions of Washington and Oregon eastward over the northern Kocky mountains and northern interior areas as far south as extreme northern Kansas , central Iowa , the more northern portions of Illinois , Indiana and Ohio , most of New York , northern and mid ¬ dle N . ew England , northern Pennsylvania and a few middle Appalachian areas . Heavy rams in the northern and middle Pacific Coast area , light to mostly moderate snow inland...
Spread Between Farm Price and Consumers Wide [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
Spread Between Farm Price and Consumers Wide Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson has released entidilates of the _. tsreaid l ) e * i * een prices faimers got and pr ces consumers _rnd for a number of major food items in November This was a _folicivv-vjo c . n his December 11 expression of concern over _raimg foiod _mHrketins co tsRelail food -mce &gt; hi November , published Dec- 21 by the U- S Department of Labor , were less than 2 per cent below November last year . During that interval , farmers , had taken a 10 per cent reduction in their prices . Marketing and handling charges increased 5 per cent during the _saeae time , according to estimates made by the Department of Agriculture Farmers are now getting only 39 cents out of every dollar spent for iood in the retail store , which is the smallest share since 1940- Thus compares with a peak of 53 cents in _J _0 t 5 and 42 cents in November 1954 Pork , Beef Stand Out Pork ana beef stand out as commodities for which...
Brucellosis Top Subject in Three Regional Meets [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 6 January 1956
Brucellosis Top Subject in Three Regional Meets ¦ Qhianges in the _dates of three regional meetings scheduled in Febi | _iary by the U . Z _^ Department of Agriculture s 5-man advisory group on brucellosis eradication were announced today by the Department- Three other meetings scheduled by the group during January will be held as onginally planned The February meetings , to be in New York , Atlanta , and Chicago _, were rescheduled to avoid conflicts with other meetings and to make attendance easier for a number of interested groups , Department officials said . The revised schedule for all six of the regional meetings is as follows : Salt Lake City , Utah , Jan . 23 ; Fort Worth , Texas , Jan 25 ; Omaha , Neb . Jan . 27 ; New York , N . Y , Feb 13 ; Atlanta , Ga , Feb . 15 , and Chicago , 111 , Felb . 17 . ( The February meetings Were _amgifnalfliy scheduled one iweek earlier , in each ease , tfean the dates shioiwn- ) State and national or . « awizatw &gt; ns affected toy...