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AB-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 22, 1993
The Pop-up Toaster
Charles Slnte, a master mechanic m Stillwater, Minnesota,
during World War I, did not like burned toast In those
days preparing toast, even in the new electric toasters,
meant carefully watching each piece and turning it by hand to
brown both sides. To eliminate human error, Stnte added
springs and a variable timer, and applied for a patent on May
29, 1919 The idea of a pop-up toaster was an immediate suc
cess, but the devices themselves had a few bugs to be worked
out. Every one ot the first I(X) hand-assem
bled toasters shipped to the Childs
restaurant chain was returned for
mechanical adjustment Although "per
fect toast every time" was still several ,
years away, the automatic toaster was
here to stay
God gives food hut does not cook it
car Keep a small magnet in your sewing basket so you can
easily pick up spilled pins.
Lots of tresh vegetables and
fruits arc available now.
so spend vour food dollars
on lood rather than packag
ing According to the U S
Department of Agriculture,
in 1986 we spent more on
packaging $2B billion
than the nation's larmers
received m net income Each
day we throw away about 4
pounds of non-food garbage
per person That's a lot
of garbage, and a lot of VH
money, ending up m our I
landfills Take some 1
time to take a look
at vour buying
Sardine season now
1 a pound pork tenderloin
% cup flour
3 tablespoone butter
1 onion, chopped
1 teispoon tilt
'h teeepoon pepper
K cup tour creim
Cut tenderloin into thick
slices and roll in flour
Place in Irving pan with
butter and onion, sprinkle
with salt and pepper, and
brown on both sides
A a Baste with sour
cream and cook,
J low heat for about
I 30 minutes or until
Mekei 4 to 6 eerv
CATTLE 357... PDA. Compared to lilt
Tuesday’s market: >l. steers mostly .30 to
1.00 higher; si. heifers I.SO higher;
uneven, mostly strong 1.00 higher.
STEERS: Choice 1050/1373 lbs.
78.00- couple 84.33, Select
71.50-77.50. HOLSTEINS: few High
Choice and Prime 74.25-75.75, Choice
71.00- Select 66.75-70.00, few Stan
dard 60.00-63.50. HEIFERS: Choice
76.00- couple 81.00 & 82.75, few
Select 65.00-73.00. COWS: Breaking Util
ity and Commercial 53.00-57.50, couple
60.50, Cutter & Bon. Utility 50.30-37.00,
couple 58.75, Canner and Low Cutter
45.00- Shells down to 40.00. BUL
LOCKS; one Choice 69.00. BULLS: Yield
Grade No. 1 975/1990 lbs. 60.00-67.75,
Clear and warm,
cold and rainy
south and west
then clearing and
Rainy and cool,
then sunny and
warm, clear and
hot Florida, then
iaim and milder
Rainy and cool
and cast, clearing
and hot. then
ram and cold
Clear and warm,
then cool and
sunny and cool
Clear and warm,
desert, very hot
and cooler east
Tuesday, May 18, 1993
Report Supplied by PDA
M-F 7 to 5 Sat. 7 to 11:30
EXTENDED SPRING TIME
PARTS DEPT. HOURS:
■■■M 133 RothsvUle Station Rd. • Lmiz, PA 17543
WSA 717-626-4705 Wed. 7 AM to S PM; SM. 7 AM to 12 Nooa
IHu «. J Alter Haws EmsrgnciM
SHIP PARTS DAILY -wSSSr
* FEDERAL EXPRESS * TRUCK FRT.
« AIR FRT * BAH DELIVERY SERVICE
couple 72.50 & 79.75. FEEDER CATTLE;
few Medium Frame No. 1 500/900 lbs.
iteen and bulli 68.00-79.00.
CALVES 175..VEALERS: few UtUity
and Low Standard 70/90 Ibi. 50.00-65.00.
RETURNED TO FARM: Holitein buUi
No. 1 90/130 lb*. 150.00-177.50. couple
185.00, couple 185.00, No. 2 80/125 Ibi.
100.00- few down to 90.00; Hols
tein heifen No. 1 80/125 Ibi.
155.00- Few Beef cron 70/130 Ibi.
bulla and heifen 105.00-172.50.
HOGS S6s..Banowi and gilu 2.00 to
3.oohigher. BARROWS AND GILTS: US
No. 1 225/250 lbs. 49.00-51.00, No. 1-2
220/250 Ibt. 47.50-48.75,1-3 220/260 Ibi.
46.50-47.50. few 1-3 170/200 Ibi
38.00- SOWS: US 1-3 350/765 Ibi.
38.00- 300/450 lbs. 33.00-38.00.
FEEDER PIGS 188... US 1-3 40/50 lbs.
36.00-42.00. - all per head.
SHEEP 2...G00d and Choice 40/90 lbs.
Spring si. lambs 53.00-69.00, . Slaughter
GOATS 11... few Large 39.00-74.00,
few Small Kidi 16.00-17.00.- aU per
New Holland Horses
New Holland Sales Stables
New Holland, PA
Monday, May 17, 1993
Report Supplied By Auction
357 HEAD. MARKET STRONGER
WORK HORSES 1025.00-1560.00
DRIVING MORSES 650 00-1150.00
RIDING MORSES 585 00-900 00.
BETTER RIDING- 100000-1400 00
KILLERS I.IG lIT WEI G M'l
530.00- 11EAV YWEIGMI
785.00- MiW 1025 00-1250.00
PONIES: 140.00-285 00.
LARGE PONIES 365 00-440 (K)
COLTS 245 00-410 00