Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, February 22, 1975, Image 43

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Ever wonder what to do
with your zucchini squash?
One of our readers sent in a
delightful recipe that should
add spark to any meal and
especially at Holiday time.
We are waiting to receive
some Easter recipes from
our readers and would ap
preciate you sharing some of
your family-favorite dishes
with us.
Butterscotch Chiffon
1 envelope unflavored
(Henry K. Fisher)
Aerial Ladder Equipment
Office & Shop - 667 Hartman Station Rd.
Residence • 2322 Old Philadelphia Pike
Lancaster, Penna.
For FREE Estimates Call 717-393-6530
...and we’re slashing
our loan rates, too.
Buy a new car in February and make it easier on every month’s budget.
Making payments on a new car can take quite
a bite out of your monthly budget. We- know
that. So we've introduced a special program to
make car-buying easier on your pocketbook.
Purchase a new car between February 1 and
February 28, 1975, and get specially reduced
Benny Bishop, Inc.
Ephrata, Pa.
Bud Hunt Motors, Inc. Lancaster Motor Sport, Inc,
Ephrata, Pa. Lancaster, Pa.
Hubley Motors Stadel Motors, Inc.
Lititz, Pa. Lancaster, Pa,
Reduced interest rates on your new car loan. That's worth checking into.
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on the Range
'« cup cold water
3 eggs
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons butter
I cup brown sugar
I I teaspoon salt
teaspoon vanilla
'4 cup granulated sugar
Soften gelatine in 1 * cup
cold water. Scald milk in
double boiler. Mix egg yolks
and brown sugar. Add hot
milk gradually then butter
and salt. Return mixture to
double boiler and cook until
custard consistency. Add
gelatine to hot custard. Stir
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Just ask about special reduction on interest rates at any Farmers
First office or any of these participating new car dealers.
Keller Bros. Auto
Lititz, Pa.
The People Bank
until gelatine is thoroughly
dissolved. Cool until con
sistency of unbeaten egg
whites. Add vanilla and
stiffly beaten egg whites to
which 1 « cup sugar has been
added. Pour into baked pie
shell and chill. Serve with
whipped cream. Makes one
Esther Zimmerman
Millmont, Pa.
Six Layer Dish
1 layer raw sliced potatoes
cup rice (uncooked)
1 layer sliced onion
1 layer sliced carrots
1 pound hamburger
1 quart tomato juice
1 tablespoon salt
Sprinkle with pepper and
brown sugar. Put in
casserole in the order given.
Bake at 350 degrees for 2 l i
Sylvia Lantz
Strasburg, Pa.
Vanilla Ice Cream
1 quart thin cream
1 tablespoon vanilla
3 4 cups sugar
teaspoon salt
Thoroughly mix all
ingredients, then freeze.
interest rates on an automobile loan. Only from
Farmers First. Add this savings to,the rebates
now offered by many new car manufacturers,
and we think you'll agree ... there couldn't be a
better time to buy a new car.
John H. Steffy, Inc
Ephrata, Pa.
Ventures Chevrolet, Inc
Lititz, Pa.
John W. Willwerth & Son
Ephrata, Pa.
Member F D I C
Makes I'a quarts.
Elsie K. King
Kirkwood, Pa.
Bread Pudding
2 cups milk
I cups dry bread cubes
I I cup sugar
>4 teaspoon salt
1 or 2 eggs slightly beaten
teaspoons vanilla
2 tablespoons margarine
‘a cup raisins if desired
Scald the milk, pour over
the bread cubes and cool
slightly. Combine the sugar,
salt and beaten eggs. Add to
the milk and bread, then add
vanilla, butter and raisins.
Pour into a lightly greased
pudding dish. Set the dish in
a shallow pan of hot water
and bake at 325 degrees for
about 45 minutes.
Elizabeth Herschberger
Kirkwood, Pa.
Walnut Cookies
5 egg whites
2 cups sugar
■a cup butter
*2 cup shortening
6 cups flour
Beat egg whites first then
add sugar. Add butter and
shortening (melted). Add
flour and stir. Drop by spoon
on cookie sheet. Bake at 325
degrees until lightly brown.
Makes about 10 dozen
Wingenroth Motors, I nc.
Adamstown, Pa.
Wissler's American
Ephrata, Pa.
J.B. Zartman Dodge, Inc
Lititz, Pa.
Manhclm, Pa.
Zucchini Bread
3 eggs well beaten
1 cup salad oil
2 cups sugar
2 cups peeled, grated zuc-
3 teaspoons vanilla
3 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
*4 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon soda
Berks Co .
Society 8
Jeanne L. Johnson, Ad
ministrative Clerk at
Metropolitan Edison
Company, will speak to the
Berks Society of Farm
Women 8 on Tuesday, Feb.
25 at 8 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Donna Hix, Rl, Bem
ville, PA.
Her topic is “Life As A
Minority.” She will share
some of the innermost
struggles of a minority in a
question and answer format.
Lois Witman
Mrs. Johnson is a native of
York, PA. She was
graduated from William
Penn Senior High School and
took several courses at
Reading High Evening
School. She worked in New
York City prior to joining
Met-Ed in 1972.
Thought For Food
Combine 3 cups cooked nee
1 can (10‘'2 oz ) cream of celery
soup 2 tablespoons chopped
onion, 1 teaspoon dry
mustard, V 2 teaspoon salt Stir
m *2 cup milk and fold in 1
package (10 oz ) frozen peas,
already cooked and drained
Place 1 smoked ham slice cut
‘2 to 3 4 inch thick on top of
rice mixture cover tightly and
bake in slow oven (325 degrees
F ) 20 minutes Remove cover
and bake 10 to 15 minutes
Makes 5 to 6 servings
Lancaster Farming, Saturday. Feb. 22.1975 —
Farm Women
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Dixie Ham Slice
On the Job, Fast
We make sure your tank is never
low. Efficient service is just one
asset of LP-Gas. It’s also clean,
economical and deper^M* 1
n i teaspoon nutmeg
3 teaspoons cinnamon
1 cup nuts
Beat eggs in bowl, add oil,
sugar, zucchini and vanilla.
Sift dry ingredients together
and add to first mixture.
Fold in nuts. Pour into 2
large oiled and floured pans.
Bake at 325 degrees for 1
hour or until done.
Lynn Ellwcin
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Berks Co.
Society 5
Berks County Farm
Women Society 5 will meet
on Monday, Feb. 24, at 7:30
p.m. in the home of Mrs.
James Batz. The program
will be a talk on fire hazards
by Edmund W. Keiper,
supervisor - residential
services for the Met-Ed
The group reported that
the Hoe-Down held recently
at the Stouchsburg Fire Hall
was a success.
Refr igeratois
Coleman Center
Box no
R.D. 1 (tanks, Pa.