Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, August 22, 1970, Image 17

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    /50 Attend Pa. Bee
Meeting in Ephrata
About 150 persons from six for the stale meeting with Gam
states attended the Penn.syl- ber were: John Shank, East
vania State Beckcepeis meet- Petersburg; Weaver Martin,
ing at Gphrata Saturday. Paradise RDI; Edward Gray-
Besides Pennsylvania, repre- bill, Lititz RDI, county presi
sentatives were present from dent; Dan Fitzkee, Manhcim
New York, N.J., W. Va , Ohio RD3, and Ray Eagle, Mount Joy
and Florida, according to Ralph ———
Camber, Lancaster, program
"S,t a. the all-day me..- SCriHI!
ing from 10 a m till 5 p m at
Ephrata Community Paik, Gam- AJ| s J a OnfiAnal
ber said, was the antique bee fwIcHIC w|iIIUHCII
equipment collection of John
Moore of Ephrata
Moore, who has been collect- no longei be required for - feed
ing antique bee equipment for et pigs and breeding swine shrp
-15 years, is believed to have ped interstate under changes in
the largest collection of its Federal regulations, the USD A
kind announced
John B. Shenk of Lancaster,
a hypnotist, also entertained
the beekeepeis
Also on the program were W.
W. Clarke and Dr Alvin Ben
ton, Penn State extension ser
vice, and George Sleesman,
chief state bee inspector.
On the program committee
Entries Asked
For Egg Show
The Northeastern Poultry Pio
ducers Council is seeking enti ics
in the National Market Egg
Show at the International Poul
try Exposition at Cincinnati
October 26-29
To encourage entries, NEPPCO
pointed out this week that past
winners “cashed in with point
of-purchase, newspaper, radio
and TV adveitismg announcing
that iheir a Blue
Ribbon for quality ” It’s also
possible to win a “Best of Show
Gold Award.”
There is no entry fee Five
dozen eggs of one brand or
tiade name must be entered
Complete rules can be ob
tained by writing to NEPPCO at
10 Rutgers Place, Trenton, NJ.
In I9~Room Brick Home Overlooking the Susquehanm
Sixth Generation of Cutlers
By Mrs. Charles McSparran
Farm Feature Writer
Mrs. Jesse (Elame) Cutler of
Rivervue Hills Farm in Drumore
Township is a busy .farmer's
wife, mother of five daughters
and a school teacher with many
outside interests- and activities
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cutler are
the sixth generation to own this
farm, which affords a beautiful
view of the Susquehanna River.
Jesse’s father, Joseph, built
two cabins at different times out
on the nveiside ledge, which
juts out high above the nvei’s
edge and for many years this has
been known to local lesidents as
Cutler’s Point
From here, one can look up
and down the nvei and see both
shore lines, the islands Peach
Bottom Atomic Plant and look
down on the Penn Cential lail
load tiacks as they wind along
the nver Cutlei’s Point is lust
below the Susquehannock State
The old bam that stands on
the piopeity dates back to 1830
and the old stone house even
longer The piesent 19-ioom
buck farm house was built in
1875 From this set of buildings
the panoramic view down the
river is truly breath-taking.
The farm -originally had 400
Anti-hog cholera serum will
Under the changes, use of
serum on pigs shipped inter
state will be optional depend
ing on the desires of the ownei
or shipper and on the regula
tions of the State of destination
Some States require seium to
be used on imported feeder pigs
and breeding swine, othei
States permit pigs to be ship
ped in without its use The re
gulation changes also require
that if serum is used, increased
dosages be used
Dr M J Tillery, who is in
charge of hog cholera eradica
tion for the ARS Animal Health
Division, said that tiaceback
studies on hog cholera out
breaks indicate that in some
instances serum use had added
to eradication pioblems by de
laying the onset of sickness in
the herd. This has delayed loca
tion of exposed and infected
swine, which in turn has in
creased the potential number of
exposed pigs, and has delayed
the identification and elimina
tion of infected herds
Dr Tillery said the regula
tion change, by providing relief
from the mandatory use of
serum for interstate shipment,
represents a considerable sav
ings for many producers and
acres but Mr Cutler has sold the
right-of-way for an electric tower
line and sold one cabin out by
the river He has also made a
Mrs. Cutler poses in front of their 95 year old, 19-room brick home
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Two men turn the pork chops
.it the Lancastei County Swine
Pioduceis Field Day Satin day,
August 15 at the Farm and Home
Centei They ate Robeit Ami
sh ong, Diumoie RDI, an Associ
ation dnector, and Daiyl Peifei,
Witmei, with Hen’s Baibcvue
Seivice (right)
About 300 peisons attended the
field day and pielimmaiy lepoits
Horn Association membeis in
dicated the event, the fiist of its
kind by the Swine Pioduceis,
was a success
Numerous exhibitors had van
ous types of modern swine equip
ment on display
John Henkel of the Association
explained the state poik pi emo
tion piogram designed to im
piove poik consumption in to
Grange Paper Drive
Fulton junior Grange 343
will have a paper drive at the
next meeting at 8 pm August
24 at the Grange Hall, Oakryn
The grangers are seeking
paper, flattened cartons and
bound books securely tied
Persons with paper to be pick
ed up should notify a Grange
development of about 16 lots,
known as Rivervue Hills Devel
opment Six of these lots have
been sold and he erected a lovely
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, August 22,1970
keep the hog maiket up in the lack of entries Association offi
face of the bumpei ciop of hogs cials paitially blamed the time of
expected on the maiket this fall day—the contest was slated for
Seveial dooi puzes weie gnen 4 pm—and indicated plans are
The Pork Cook Out contest was undeiway to hold a contest else
not neld, however, because of where later this year
World Omelet King
Announces Recipes
The World’s Omelet King, 3 tablespoons water
Rudolph Stanish, who will visit Vz teaspoon salt
Lancaster County August 25 to V* teaspoon peppei
demonstrate his skills has re- 1 tablespoon butter
leased some of his basic recipes
for making an omelet Mix e ?§ s - watel - salt and PeP
pei with fork Heat butter in.
Stanish is slated to arrive at ome i e t pan (approximately 8-
Lancaster airport, Neffsville at inches) just hot enough to sizzle
220 p m and at the Hilton Inn, a (j ro p of water Pour in egg
Lancaster, at 630 p m Stanish mixture Mixture should set at
will put on a demonstiation at ec jg es at once With spatula or
both times and the public has f or ]{ ; carefully draw cooked por
been invited tions at edges toward center so
A partial list of the Omelet that uncooked portions flow to
King’s recipes are as follows the bottom Slide pan rapidly
BASIC FRENCH OMELET back and forth over the heat to
with Variations keep mixture in motion and
(Continued on Page 18)
3 eggs
home on
one lot which is for
also built a house on
sale He
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known as Fernglen which is for
Cutlers have been keeping a
herd of about 90 to 100 regis
tered Holstein dairy animals. At'
present they have 60 milking
cows and 25 young stock. He is
cutting down his herd size, hav
ing sold some cows recently. His
DHIA herd average is around
11,000 to 15,000 pounds of milk
and 545 pounds of butterfat.
They grow hay, corn and oats for
the dairy John Enck, a 16-year
old neighboi, is the only extra
help they have
Mis Cutlei, the daughter of
Mis Ransfoid Caison and the
late Mr Caison, of Covington,
Tioga County, was horn and
laised on a faim Hei father
owned the faim and bought and
sold hoises She giaduated fiom
Covington High School and at
tended Mansfield State Teachers
College She took one year at
Milleisville State College and
giaduated theie in 1960 She
taught school one yeai in Tioga
County, six yeais at Fulton
Township Elemental y School and
has been teaching second grade
seven years at Willow Street
Elementary School in the Lam
peter-Strasburg District. She be
longs to N E.A and PEA.
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