Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 22, 1968, Image 9

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active life, k. F, Photo
Howk Fomily
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is farm manager for Eshelman
Red Rose Feed's Experimental
with the garden, mow the lawn. Farms, for making it possible to
carry milk and do everything take the time to record and keep
that a nine-member farm fam- her singing engagements. “I
ily might do. would not be able to do it with-
But, primarily.
Purina Golden Bulky
Cows and growing heifers love the sweet flavor and aroma
©f Purina Golden Bulky.
ft’s sweet because it’s high in molasses. It’s light and
bulky—loo pounds fills six bushel baskets. It’s a high
protein ration fortified with Vitamins A and D.
Golden Bulky is versatile, too. It can be used to balance
the grain in your milking ration, dry cow ration or heifer
ration. You can use Golden Bulky to supplement dry late
summer and fall pas
tures or to preserve si
lage. And it can be top
fed or'mixed with your
own grain.
Next time you stop by,
let us show you how
ma ny ways you ca n feed
versatile and nutritious
Purina Golden Bulky.
Wenger's Feed Mill
Ph: 367-1195
Ira B. Landis James High & Sons
Ph: 569-0531 Ph: 354-0301
778 Valley Road, Lancaster Gordonville
John J. Hess, 11, Inc.
Ph: 442-4632
the reason why more farmers feed PURINA
gives credit to her husband who
Hawk out Richard’s help.” she says,
West Willow
Farmers Assn., Inc.
Ph: 464-3431
West Willow
John B. Kurtz
Ph: 354-9251
R. D. 3, Ephrata
In fact, it was his insistence that
got Mrs. Hawk started with the
record after they sold their first
litter of Registered St. Bernard
puppies. The money thus de
rived nearly paid for making
the first record.
The second litter was making
fine playmates for the Hawk
children when this reporter vis
ited the family on Wednesday.
Mrs. Hawk has been active in
music programs since child
hood, singing in school, church
and various local clubs in her
hometown of Hallstead, Pa
Since moving to Lancaster Coun
ty six years ago she has con
tinued her musical activities in
the Church of the Nazarene,
Lancaster, where they are mem
bers. Mrs. Hawk has received
her song evangelist commission
from the Church District As
sembly. She also teaches a class
and is the church pianist.
THESE REGISTERED ST. BERNARD litter of the playful youngsters. The first
PUPPIES make wonderful playmates for litter helped pay for producing their
the Hawk children. This is their second mother’s long-play sacred record alburn.^
With 1
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• Efficient Source of N
• Economical
6 Insure Maximum Yields
Use our trailer-knife applicators
For more information Call
Grofftown Road, Lancaster Next to the Waterworks
PHONE 392-4963
Lancaster Farming, Saturday. June 22,1968
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THE RICHARD HAWK FAMILY, (left to right) Back
row: Mrs. and Mrs. Hawk holding baby Jennifer; Yvonne;
Steve and Tim. Front: Juanita; Jeannine and Danny.
Until last year, Mary Hawk course, with all the cooking a
taught third grade at the Smoke- mother of seven children must
town Elementary School and do, the conversation naturally
would some day like to go back turns to favorite family recipes,
to teaching or become a full So here are two
time evangelical singer. First, the one that didn t have
Being entertained in Mrs a name but the children voted
Hawk’s spacious, originally dec- a favorite It was decided on the
orated, farm home is a treat and spot to call it; “Strawberry De
conservation is no problem with light”
the hostess who is so well versed 1 lg pkg strawberry or cher
on many subjects. And, of ry gelatin
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1 qt. strawbenies
1 cup whipped ci earn
Refrigerate gelatin and crush
ed berries until gelatin sets
Whip the cream
Whip the gelatin and berries
until frothy.
Gently fold in whipped cream
and refrigerate until firm again.
The second is Ginger Snaps
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
Vi teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cloves
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1 teaspoon cinnamon
3 teaspoons baking soda
V* cup soft shortening
1 cup granulated sugar
1 egg, slightly beaten
Vi cup light molasses
Granulated sugar.
Start heating oven to 350 de
giees F. Sift flour with salt,
cloves, ginger, cinnamon and
baking soda Cream shortening
until light and fluffy, gradually
adding 1 cup sugar. Blend in
egg, molasses and then flour
Shape dough into small balls:
roll in granulated sugar and
place on ungreased cookie
sheets Bake 8 to 10 minutes.
Let stand a minute or two befoie
removing from cookie sheets.
Makes iVz dozen.
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