Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 24, 1975, Image 43

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    Teamwork Helped
Tfey ire part of « group of 25 who go bow ind arrow
hunting In Tioga and Potter CounUea. She and Karen Enck
aUo hunted deer with guna in Potter County. Gary ahot a
buck in Potter Co. and had the head mounted. Ho alao ahot
a mule deer and an antelope in Wyoming and had their
racka mounted. The three mountings grace their living
room wail above the mantel. He plans to go to Wyoming
every three or four years to hunt. They have been going to
Wisconain twice a year to fish. The whole family enjoys
the fishing there.
Karen grew up on a farm owned by her mother and
stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sherer. They actually
have two small farms, totaling 110 acres. They finish
about 50 feeder steers a year. Karen’s mother has a horse
and Karen had one until three years ago. Karen belonged
to the Boots & Saddles 4-H Club two years and to the
Saddle Cinches 4-H Club two years.
Karen became acquainted with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Wenger, Mount Joy Rl, during the 3 or 4 years they served
as leaders for the Saddle Cinches Horse & Pony 4-H Club.
It was Mrs. Doris Wenger who made the bridal gowns for
Karen’s wedding. Karen’s gown of white peau de sole was
Just received 31 Living Room Sets - ordered by dealer -
cancelled - we purchased - on floor now at wholesale &
9 - Hide-a-Beds - Reg. $289.00 to $329.00. OUR PRICE
50 - 2 Pc. Early American Sofa & Chair - Reg. $569.95.
OUR PRICE $265.00.
Liquidating stock for local distr. - Ref. - Dehumidifiers
- Washers - Dryers - Dishwashers -15 &20 cu. Chest
Freezers - most all items are wholesale & under.
9 - Recliners - Naugh. - Reg. $119.95. OUR PRICE $69.00
• Herndon $79.95. Many more to choose from.
Hundreds of Dining Room Sets - Tables - Chairs -
80-100 T.V.’s - portables & consoles - color - local store
went out of business & liquidating for distr. - most sold
for wholesale & under - most any size screen you want.
All heads will fit portable or console.
2 - Free Arm Sewing Machines - w-stretch stitch - built
in button holer & blind stitch. Reg. $409.95. OUR
PRICE $149.95.
10 • Sewing Machines - Zig-zag - makes button holes -
blind stitch & etc. Reg. $179.95. OUR PRICE $79.00.
Head only - case $lO.OO each.
9 - Sewing Machines - fully automatic reg. $429.95. OUR
PRICE $189.95 Includes Case.
Manufacturer made up Book Cases - End Tables -
Desks - Bars - Bar Stools for famous name brand - on
our floor now - under wholesale - don’t miss this deal.
60 - Desks - All sizes & shapes - on floor now - at
10 - Stereo Components - AM-FM - walnut cabinet &
speakers - 200 watt IPP Reg. $309.95. OUR PRICE
6 - 4 Channel Stereo Components - complete. Ree
$349.95. OUR PRICE $189.95.
Many 4 Channel Stereo Components & Stereo Components & Con
soles of Every Shape - Size - Flavor to choose from - Hundreds.
14 - Solid State 23” & 25” Color T.V.’s - refused,
9 - Stereo Component 8 track-T-T-AM-FM Stereo &
Speakers Reg. $349.95. OUR PRICE $139.95.
Tapes - Reg. $4.98. OUR PRICE $7.00 each.
50 - Sets Box Spring & Mattresses - extra firm. Reg.
$299.95. OUR PRICE $149.95 set. We also have twin -
queen - king size (guarantee)
Grandfather & Grandmother Clocks.
7 - Bunk Bed Sets - Reg. $289.95. OUR PRICE $149.95.
6 - Bunk Bed Sets - Reg. $339.95. OUR PRICE $189.95.
Book Case.
4 -12” Gas Chain Saws - Reg. $179.95. OUR PRICE
20 - End Table and Cocktail Sets refused from area
dealers - brand new - on our floor now - 40 Percent to 50
Percent Off.
Too many items to mention all. If you don’t see it - ask for it. Full
Warranty. Financing thru Bank, Acceptance Cooperation, Credit Cards
& Lay Away
SATURDAY 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
PHONE: 397-6241
made along princess lines and her elbow length veil was
trimmed in lace. Her attendants princess style yellow
crepe gowns were identical and trimmed in lace.
Mrs. Wenger has been making bridal gowns for about 7
years. She made her own and her twin sister Donna’s. She
says “I make all my own clothes. I make wedding gowns,
that’s my choice.”
Mrs. Wenger not only makes the gowns but she goes
along with the bride to help select the materials. She says
“I usually cover the satin with sheer type materials like
chiffon or organza. Another thing Mrs. Wenger does that
would surely relieve the bridal party of some headaches is
to keep the gowns and take them to the church before the
ceremony. She comments, “I’m usually the first one at
the church. I go two hours before the wedding. I take my
iron and ironing board.
Last year she had about a dozen weddings. They
sometimes include the guest register, gift receiver, flower
girls, both mothers and even a white jacket for the flower
girl escort. She is making 12 gowns for a wedding Sep
tember 26. She made the gowns for one wedding in
February, for Karen’s bridesmaid Beckee Faus’ wedding
in April and has three for June.
Doris says “I do one wedding at a time. I usually cut all
the gowns at one time. I sew one dress at a time. I sew all
the dresses except for the facings and putting in the zip
pers. Between the first and second fitting I finish all but
the length of the gowns.”
Doris is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Her
shey, Manheim. Her father is employed by the contractor
Jacob Nauman and he used to raise cauliflower plants to
sell. Doris was graduated from Manheim Central High
School. She was in a 4-H sewing club for five years and her
mother and grandmother, Mrs. Alvin Hershey, helped her
to learn to sew. Both of them sew a lot for their church
sewing circle. Doris and her sister, Donna Blank, worked
at the State Hospital For Crippled Children at
Elizabethtown before marriage. Donna sews also and
makes wedding gowns.
Eugene is employed by Baum’s Bologna Inc.,
Elizabethtown R 3. His work is mostly as herdsman but he
helps butcher one day a week. He grew up on a farm and
was a herdsman for a dairy herd for three years. Wengers
have kept a riding horse for 10 years. Some were
registered. Eugene uses a horse to round up the cattle.
Wengers live on Nissley Road, just off of Donegal Springs
Road in East Donegal Township.
Wengers have two children: Jeffrey, 6, is in kin
dergarten at Washington Elementary School in the
Donegal School District. Tammy Marie is 10 months old.
Wengers have a garden and Doris cans string beans,
pickles and tomatoes. She freezes corn, sugar peas and
They are members of Erisman’s Mennonite Church and
advisors of their youth group. There are about 15 mem
bers of young people from 13 to 19 or 20 years of age in the
group. They take the youth group to Camp Hebron and
Wengers’ Sunday School class spends a weekend there
also. Eugene helped rebuild houses in Alabama a week
last year after a tornado struck them. So Wengers are
going there a week this year. Doris doesn’t like to travel.
However, they have been in Vermont twice.
Mrs. Wenger gives us an ice cream roll and a salad and
dressing recipe that would be nice for wedding festivities.
Also an easy cake to make.
Chocolate Ice Cream Roll
3 eggs
V* cup water
1 cup sugar
% cup flour
V* cup cocoa
V* teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
Vz gallon ice cream
Beat eggs until thick, add water, sugar and continue to
beat. Sift salt, flour, cocoa, baking powder; mix well, add
vanilla. Line a sheet cake pan with greased paper. Pour in
batter. Bake at 425 degrees for 12-15 minutes. Sprinkle
powdered sugar on tea towel. Turn cake on to towel. Cool
slightly. Roll cake with towel inside. Allow to cool. Unroll.
Spread with ice cream and freeze.
The new home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Enck which
was built with volunteer help.
Lancaater Farming. Saturday, May 24,1975 —
Melt 2 tablespoons unflavored gelatin in 4 tablespoons
cold water. Add 1 cup hot water. Stir well. Add % cup
sugar, juice of 1 lemon. Let set until cool. Add 1 pt. ginger
ale which has been chilled. Let set until slightly jellied.
Add 1 medium can diced pineapple (drained) and 1 cup
red grapes or fresh peaches. Fold in and pour into mold.
Dressing for Ginger Ale Salad
2 tablespoons flour
Vz cup sugar
2 eggs
Beat ingredients until light and well mixed. Add % cup
pineapple juice. Mix well, cook until thick, stirring all the
time. Add 1 % tablespoons melted butter. Stir well. Let
cool. Whip 1 cup cream. Fold into cooled mixture.
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