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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, July 15, 1972
Her Green Thumb
(Continued from Page 20)
few house plants. To mention
some, she has lilacs, forsythia,
hydrangeas, peonies, tree
peonies, clematis, bleeding
heart, Adam and Eve sword,
plant, white regal lilies, tiger
lilies, fairy lilies, rose of sharon,
ferns, lupines, roses of all kinds,
columbines, silver lace vine, 15
kinds of iris, oriental poppies,
daffodils, tulips, foxgloves,
pansies, impatients, coleuses,
geraniums, marigolds, zinnias,
sweet peas, petunias, begonias,,
African violets and gloxinias.
Besides tending to her flowers
she mows all the lawn. It takes
about two hours a week to do it.
Mrs Ober worked at Boden
stems since 1949. ‘ They make
children’s dresses of all kinds for
girls two to sixteen years old. She
makes nearly all her own dresses
and used to sew for her grand
Margaret (Mrs. Ober) has
Mrs. Levi S. Ober, Elizabethtown RDI stands in their black
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STAUFFER DIESEL INC.
312 W. Main Street, New Holland, Pa.
crocheted four rag rugs which
are 8 by 10 foot and one larger
one. She also crocheted a shawl.
She has a collection of about 65
or more vases of all descriptions.
Some are antiques. Many were
given to her.
She loves to paint picutres in
the winter time. She has painted
22 pictures in oil. Most of them
are paint by number but two she
did free hand.
Mrs. Ober belongs to Saint
Paul’s United Methodist Church
in Elizabethtown and Mr. Ober
belongs to the Lutheran Church
Margaret was married
previously to John Heisey and
lived on Bainbridge Road. She
has a daughter Irene who is
married to Paul Heisey. He
works for the Pennsylvania
Turnpike Commission, driving
heavy equipment such as
graders. They have one
Phone 717 354-4181
Raises Great Fruits, Flowers
Another daughter, Peggy, is
married to George Floyd. He
works for Pennsylvania Power
and Light Co. and they live on a 23
acre farm. They have three
Mrs. Ober has one son, John
Heisey, who has a jewelry store
in Manheim. He is married and
has one son and two daughters.
Obers have a garden and Mrs.
Ober does a lot of canning and
freezing. She doesn’t have a lot of
time for cooking except on
weekends. Here are a few of her
1 can Eagle Brand condensed
Juice of 1 lemon
1 box raspberries
V 2 pint whipping cream
1 large baked pie shell
Beat lemon juice and Eagle
Brand milk a few minutes. Add
berries (washed and drained).
Put in cold baked pie shell. Whip
cream, adding sugar and vanilla
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CORN PICKER OPERATORS
Picker operators must be experienced at operating
Experienced at operating straight truck with 2 speed
CORN DRYING EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
For day and night work at Rheems plant
Applicants must be over 18 years of age.
Approximately Aug. 1 thru Sept. 15.
Between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M.
JOHN F. COPE CO., INC.
Manheim, RDI, Pa.
ROUGH & TUMBLE
TRACTOR PULL ASSOCIATION
COMPLETELY LOCAL TRACTOR
To Be Held on July 22, 1972 8 A.M. To 5 P.M.
AT THE ROUGH & TUMBLE HISTORICAL ASSOC. GROUNDS
ROUTE 30. (13 MILES EAST OF LANCASTER) KINZER, PA.
ALL CLASSES AND TYPE OF PULL USED
UNDER P.T.P.A. RULES
5-7-9-12 & 15 THOUSAND POUND CLASSES IN STOCK AND SUPER STOCK
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P.T.P.A. POINT RULES TO BE USED.
All Events Will Operate Under the Pa. Tractor
Pulling Association Inc. Rules
$lOO.OO PER CLASS PRIZE MONEY
Admission - $1.50 Per Person 10 and over
Children (6 to 10) 50c
For Further Information and Complete Set of Rules
CONTACT JOHN L. STAUFFER,
RD2, EAST EARL, PA.
to taste and put on top. Keep a
few berries for top. Chill and
French Apple Wedges
V 2 cup sugar
% cup sifted flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
Vz teaspoon cinnamon
x k teaspoon nutmeg
V< teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup chopped nuts
2 cups pared apples, chopped fine
x h cup cream whipped
Beat eggs till light. Sift dry
ingredients together; add to eggs
along with vanilla, nuts and
apples. Mix well. Pour into
ungreased 9-inch pie pan. Bake in
moderate oven (350 degrees) 25
to 30 minutes. Cool. Serve with
1 medium head cabbage
1 can crushed pineapple
l /z teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons salad dressing
1% cups miniature mar
Slaw cabbage. Add salt,
pineapple and salad dressing.
Add marshmallows last.