Newspaper Page Text
824-L»ncaster Fanning, Saturday,' August 20, 1994 - . . m
Fetteroff Claims Supreme Banner
YORK (York Co.) Keystone International Livestock Exposi-
National Rib Cookoff and Music don held yearly in October at the
Fest Chairman, Tony Dobrosky, Farm Show Complex, Harrisburg.
York, reports that between 45,000 Fourteen Ribrateurs from eight
and 48,000 people attended the states and Canada sold their pro
four-day event held at the York ducts at the event. The ribrateurs
Fairgrounds the last four days of used about 27,000 pounds of ribs
July. during the four days. Erskine
The event was held as a poten- Cash, State College, judging
tial -me chairman, reported that a panel of
Secrets of Joliet. Illinois, cook up tons of ribs for the general public to enjoy.
You Ask ' 7 \
? 0 ? T ' ? o
This column is for readers who have questions bui
don’t know whom to ask for the answers.
“You Ask You Answer” Is for non-cooking ques
tions. When a reader sends in a question, it will be printed
in the paper. Readers who know the answer are asked to
respond by mailing the answer, which will then be printed
in the paper.
Questions and answers to this column should be
addressed to You Ask You Answer, Lou Ann Good,
P.O. Box 609, Ephrata, PA 17522.
QUESTION Charles E. Wright, Duncannon, pur
chased a 13-inch parlor stove made of iron with the following
marks: On the front spark inside is written Gray Iron Casting
Co., Mt. Joy, Pa. On the inside top door 75-11; on the poker
7517. The doors, drafts, etc., would look like a full-sized stove.
Is this company still in business?
QUESTION D. Newsom, Cooperstown, N.Y., would like
to buy an Aladdin Lamp that is either electric or oil or ker
osene, but not the Aladdin mantel type. He wants the shape,
the kind rubbed for a wish in the story of the Magic Lamp.
QUESTION Nancy Cummings, Bolivar, would like to
know why celery plants go to seed. She has grown celery all
her life and the last two years, some of the plants go to seed
instead of developing a nice stalk.
QUESTION —M. Carver writes: What a surprise in our gar
den when we discovered the local nursery supplied us with
cabbage plants instead of brussels sprouts. We would like to
know how they are handled while fresh.
QUESTION Betsy Dehn, Spencerville, Md., writes that
when she was young, there was a story that went something
like this; It was nearing the Christmas holidays and the apple
tree was feeling sad and forlorn. His branches were bare and
plain whereas the pine tree was decorated with tinsel and glit
ter. The apple tree complained to God and God said to the
apple tree that he would give the tree a special gift. Betsy
doesn’t remember the remainder of the story, but God ended
up putting a Christmas star in the heart of each apple. If you
cut an apple crosswise, you will find a perfectly shaped five
point star in the heart of the apple. Betsy would like to have the
complete story of how the star came to appear in the center of
QUESTION Shirley Baer. New Freedom, would like
handmade aluminum made during the late 1930 s and 19405,
especially those with designs of animals, flowers, and fowl.
(Turn to Page 825)
10 judges chose the winning ribs.
The winner of the $2,000 prize
was Artnadillos from Youngs
town, Ohio. Second place was
Finley’s Restaurant, York.. The
people’s choice sponsored by Hat
field Quality Meats, was won by
Cowboys BBQ & Ribs from Fort
Worth. Texas. Due to their popu
larity, they will be a concession-
Consistent cut, consistent savings
A John Deere Powr-Mizer Forage
Harvester provides more than a uniform
length-of-cut, it delivers savings that are
every bit as regular. So you harvest more
of your crop efficiently - without
The exclusive Dura-Drum™ cutterhead
is fully-enclosed. It can’t fill with silage like
cage-type designs. That means cut crop
SEE ONE OF THESE DEALERS FOR A DEMONSTRATION:
CLUGSTON farm dunkle &
SW EQUIPMENT GRIEB INC.
(ne« Adamsiown) Needmore - PA Mi " Hal1 ' PA
717Tm7391 717-573-2215 717-726-3115
CARROLL'S EQUIPMENT DUNKLE &
Route 235 GRIEB INC.
Dameron, MD Centre Hall, PA
aire at the York Fair.
The working committee for this
event was made up of PA Live
stock Association members from
all over Pennsylvania.
On the small stage, coordinated
by Cathy Stewart, Lebanon, enter
tainment was performed from
12:00 noon to 6:00 daily. Other
entertainment included Pig Races,
a Petting Zoo, the Jack Russell
Dog Races and a demonstration
jy ty,. - gi
plon steer In the Jackpot Show. He Is pictured with Brian
& TURF, INC.
DEERFIELD AG &
TURF CENTER, INC.
doesn’t get recut, so all of your
horsepower remains productive.
You’ll also like the way the short,
segmented knives save you money and
time. When damaged, a John Deere
replacement knife costs $13.03* compared
to $77.32* for a full-width knife found on a
competitor’s cutterhead. Here’s another
bonus - it’s easy to replace a John Deere
knife. Simply loosen
three bolts, slide
out the old knife,
slide in the
retighten the bolts.
To start saving
power, money, and
quality forage, check
out a Powr-Mizer
Forage Harvester at
your John Deere
ENFIELD LO NE*
EQUIPMENT INC. GUTSHALL’S INC. SALES & 1
WhtUford, MD Carlisle, PA New Ale**
301-452-5252 717-249-2313 412-66!
According to Charlie Me, New
Cumberland, an excellent Potbel
lied Pig Show was held on Sun
day. Following is a list of winners;
Grand Champion Altered Sex
Priscilla, owner Susan Arm
strong, Rushland; Grand Cham
pion Male Buster Bob, owned
by Gerald N. Brown Jr., Honey
Brook; Grand Champion Female
and Best of Show Lulabelle,
owner, Susan Armstrong.
Mr ' thi 35
‘Comparison based on
retail prices as of April 19,1994
A.B.C. GROFF, INC. LANDIS B»
New Holland, PA Lands'
RD #2 Box 74-A
7866 King* I