Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 17, 1981, Image 96

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    CB—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, January 17,1981
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‘‘lf your’re a winter sports enthusiast, then color
us on days there is no snow or ice. If you ice skate,
don't do it alone and be careful on which spots you
choose to skate.”
“Skiing is a lot of fun, so color me too. Unless you
know how to ski, don’t ski alone. Remember to
dress warm, because if you’re like me, you fall
down a lot."
More farmers each
from us for better value and all around
satisfaction At farm or delivered any quantity
as your requirements may be
Area Code 717-687-7631
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Most snowmen are made by rolling one large and one
not quite so big ball of snow and adding sticks and coal for
facial features.
Why don’t you try making snowmen with personalities’
Instead of the normal two balls, roll up three and stack
them one on top of the other, making each smaller as you
Instead of a carrot for a nose, how about a piece of
celery or string bean. Next add eyes of coal or stones or
even walnuts.
Make a witch by adding a broom held up by arms of
twigs To finish it give her an ugly nose by using a potato
nose and a black painted hat
To make a clown, add large pieces of coal or apples to
his stomach to take the place of large fluffy buttons Make
a big red frown or smile with cherries and use an onion
dipped in food coloring for the nose
Can you think of other characters to make’ How about a
doctor or a pirate complete with a patch’ Try a cowboy
and a spaceman. Fill your yard with these odd characters.
When you go inside after all this fun, warm up with
these goodies:
Sift into bowl
2 cups sifted flour
1 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons baking powder
1 cup sugar
2 tablespoons cocoa
1 cup milk
4 tablespoons butter
Mix well, pour into large buttered baking dish then pour
31/2 cups cold water over all This is good whether served
hot or cold, with or without cream. During baking (pud
ding cake) rises to top, leaving fudge sauce in bottom of
Janice Burkholder, Age 14, Fredericksburg
21/4 cups unsifted flour
1 teaspoon salt
I teaspoon baking soda
1 cup softened butter
3/4 cup sugar
3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 eggs
2 cus cocolate chips
I cup nuts
Preheat oven to 375 degrees In small bowl, combine
flour, baking soda, salt Set aside. In a large bowl combine
butter, sugar, brown sugar and vanilla Mix until creamy
Mix in eggs Gradually add flour mixture mix well Stir in
chocolate chips and nuts Bake 8-10 minutes
Frances Martin, New Holland
Did you know?
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depend on approximately m the United States.
five acres o( landior your Remember what an acre
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