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Freshen Up That
New House Dream-
Make Your Old
Who says a dream house has to
be new? Or that you have to move
to find one? Many families are
staying right where they are and
letting remodeling give them that
longed-for dream house.
Remodeling offers many ad
vantages ... no tearful goodbyes to
the old neighborhood, no searching
for buyers, no need to disturb your
mortgage scheme. Best of all,
remodeling lets you tailor your
home to suit your individual taste
Before you jump into remodeling
there are a few things you need to
consider carefully to get the home
of your dreams. First, define
exactly what you want. Do you
want more space, less space or
different space? You may want to
remodel or improve energy ef
ficiency or to beautify your home.
Know exactly what changes you
want before you look for a con
What is the second step . . .
finding a good contractor. You
should talk with several con
tractors. Get estimates from each
and also ask for examples of their
work. To be really confident about
a contractor insist on references.
The next step is financing. Start
with your bank ... it probably has
a special home improvement loan.
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Your credit union or mortgage
holder may also be able to help.
You should also talk with the I.R.S.
... not for a loan, but they will be
able to tell you about any tax
As you consider these steps
always keep in mind how your
family will use the new spaces ...
and not just how they’ll be used
next year, but ten years from now.
With this kind of careful planning,
remodeling will give you a dream
house... and not a nightmare.
There’s nothing more like spring
than silk. It rustles, it breathes, it
shines, it lets you know life is
starting again! What’s more, silk
can absorb and reflect more
beautiful colors than almost any
other fabric. There’s only one
catch. How do you keep it clean?
Many textile experts think that
silks should be cleaned by
professionals. Dry cleaning may
seem expensive, but if well cared
for, silk clothes can last for years
and years. However, most silks
can be hand washed it may take
you a few extra moments to do it,
but, the savings and the results will
reward you in the end.
Handwashing actually refreshes
silks by rejuvenating the sericin, a
natural gum-like substance on silk
fibers. Sericin is not water-soluble
and lasts the life of the fabric.
Washing perks it up, dry cleaning
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Sullivan County plans June Daily Festival
DUSHORE - The Sullivan
County June Dairy Festival
Committee is planning, a big
celebration during the week of
June 10, starting with a Twilight
Meeting, Tuesday, June 12.
The Chamber of Commerce
Annual June Dairy Festival
Dinner at the Eagles Mere Country
Club honoring the dairy princess
candidates, will be held on
Thursday, June 14 and a parade in
downtown Dushore will be held on
Saturday evening, June 16.
The dairy committee is also
sponsoring the “Mystery Tipping”
program with the cooperation of
A Twilight Meeting will be held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
does nothing for it at all.
If you are in doubt about washing
the fabric, test a scrap taken from
a seam allowance and give it a test
Here are a few easy steps to
follow to get your silks fresh as
• Fill the basin or bowl with
lukewarm water, use unperfumed
mild soap, castile, or natural
shampoo. Do not use detergent. Do
• Soak your clothes for several
minutes, then squeeze out the suds.
• Rinse with cool water, shake it
• Roll the clothes in absorbent
towels bath towels are best to
remove excess water. Don’t wring.
• Smooth and straighten it out.
Hang on a plastic hanger or lay it
flat to dry.
• While still damp, press on the
wrong side with a dry iron set in
the synthetic or silk range. If you
use a linen press cloth, the iron
temperature may be a little
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 9,1984—89
Woodhead, parents of the reigning
dairy princess, Marsha Woodhead,
at their farm in Elkland Township.
The annual Chamber of Com
merce dinner at the Eagles Mere
Country Club will honor Marsha
Woodland for the excellent job she
has done promoting the dairy The 1984 dairy princess will be
business and will introduce the crowned after the parade floats
dairy princess candidates. are judged.
Beginning at 7:15 p.m., Satur- The fun will continue with with a
day, June 16, the June Dairy milking contest and a milk
Parade will be held in downtown chugging contest, a block dance
Dushore. This event is sponsored and plenty of dairy foods,
by the Dushore Lions, the Dushore More information about tbe
Fire Company, Sullivan County Sullivan County June Dairy
Extension Service and the Sullivan Festival is available from the
County Chamber of Commerce. Sullivan County Chamber of
Using the theme “Dairy Commerce, Box C, Dushore, Pa.
Products on the Move in Sullivan 18614.
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8 slices bread
IMs cups chopped mushrooms
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 egg, beaten
8 slices natural Cheddar cheese
8 slices tomato
Salt and pepper
Toast bread slices on 1 side. Cook
and stir mushrooms in butter until
light brown; mix into egg. Place 1
slice cheese on untoased side of
each slice bread. Top with 1
tablespoon mushroom mixture and
1 slice tomato; sprinkle with salt
and pepper. Place on ungreased
baking sheet. Set oven control at
broil and 550°F. Broil 5 inches from
heat 3 to 5 minutes or until cheese
is melted and sandwiches are hot.
Makes 8 open-faced sandwiches.
2 cups (about 2 medium) apples,
pared, cored and sliced
v 2 cup milk
v 4 cup butter, melted
1 egg, slightly beaten
1% cups sifted all-purpose flour
County,” selected from a theme
contest held in April, youth,
community organizations, and
commercial floats will parade
down Mam Street along with the
dairy princess and the dairy
% cup sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons grated lemon peel
1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
Vt cup shredded Cheddar cheese
Vt cup chopped pecans
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon flour
Vz teaspoon cinnamon
Preheat oven to 375°F. For cake,
combine milk, butter and egg;
reserve. Combine flour, sugar,
baking powder. Stir reserved milk
mixture into dry ingredients. Stir
in lemon peel and cheese. Spread
half of the batter into well-buttered
8-mch square baking pan. Cover
with % of the apples placed in a
single layer in rows. Spread
remaining batter over apples.
Arrange remaining apples in rows
in center of cake.
For topping, combine all
ingredients. Sprinkle over apples
and cake. To prevent topping from
excessive browning and to keep
apples moist, place a piece of
aluminum foil lightly over top of
cake. Remove during last 15
minutes of baking. Bake until
wooden pick inserted near center
comes out clean, about 50 minutes.
Let cool 30 minutes before serving.
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