Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 06, 1995, Image 46

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Co.) The University Creamery
at Penn State University Main
Campus, has closed its doors for
January to make renovations and
the first redecoration since 1961.
According to a recent news
release, the creamery store is to
reopen by February, while work is
being finished. According to Tho
mas Palchak, creamery manage’,
the project should take about 28
days to complete.
Interior renovation is to include
relocating the “dipping operation,”
Lebanon 4-H Livestock
Ben] Bow holds his grand champion market lamb of the
Lebanon Livestock Club Winter Roundup, while buyers
from Lebanon Valley National Bank, and Dr. Andrew and
Kathy Stewart, stand behind, holding the plaque. In the rear,
from the left are Sean McKinney, Kathy Stewart, Mike Fire
stine, and Terry Shuey.
Kyle Fleener holds his reserve grand champion market
lamb of the Lebanon 4-H Livestock Club Winter Roundup,
while buyer Peter Lengel holds the plaque.
University Creamery Closes For Repairs
according to Palchak. The ice
cream service section is to be
moved to face the northern
entrance of the store (the side near
est Shortlidge and Curtin roads).
Customers are to enter through
the north double doors and exit
through the door opening onto the
creamery courtyard.
To speed service, Palchak is
adding an additional cash register.
The store is also to feature an
express line, which is to offer only
five or six of the most popular ice
cream flavors.
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“In wanner weather, we’re also
going to have an outdoor can that
will cany five or six flavors,” Pal
chak said.
Milk, cheese, yogurt, and other
products, will be moved to the
front and stored in enclosed
refrigerated coolers and freezers,
similar to those used in grocery
Opposite the ice cream counter
is to be self-save stations for
sodas, coffee, tea and slushes, as
well as sandwiches, bagels and
The store will also debut a soft
serve frozen desert for diabetics, or
those seeking a low-fat ice cream
Farm Management Specialist to Speak
CARLISLE (Cumbeiland Co.)
Dr. John Holt, an international
ly recognized farm management
specialist, will be making two pre
sentations at the upcoming Pen
nsylvania Crop Conference Jan.
16-17 here at the Embers Inn and
Convention Center.
Holt is a professor of farm man
agement at the University of Flori
da and is noted for his entertaining
and informative presentations. He
is noted for his work in the area of
decision-making under risk and
uncertainty particularly in the
areas of livestock agriculture and
the environment
Holt has contributed to more
than 130 research articles and has a
diverse and practical background
to draw from, ranging from a farm
and construction laborer to a Sun
day school teacher. He was also a
champion bareback rider in the
National Intercollegiate Rodeo
, Holt’s first presentation, “Get
ting the Most Out of Manage
ment” is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
MFI3S gas
MF 165 gas
MF 294-4 w/loader
MF 399 2WD, 600 hours
Ford 545 A tractor loader
NH 488 haybme exc.
NH 489 haybme, exc.
NH 40 blower
NH 38 crop chopper
NH 717 harvester, IR corn
Gehl CB 400 harvester, 2
MC HD 6' flail cutter
6’ 3pt brush cutter
Woods 6'/i 3pt rotary
MF 52 disc 10’
Bobcat 610 dsl. skid steer
NH 520 manure spreader
NH 668 left hand tank
10'3pt chisel plow
Woods 15’ batwing
NH 570 baler w/72 thrower
Coming In.
Woods BH 750 backhoe,
like new
Pitman, PA
The most notable change will be
to the creamery’s decor, according
to the news release.
The predominant browns of the
present salesroom will be replaced
by a blue and white decor. Penn
State logos will be prominently
displayed on the front wall and
ova both double doors. The store
will retain its glass walls.
“White die with blue accents
will give the interior an Art Deco
look,” Palchak said. “We want to
have the look of an old-time ice
cream parlor while retaining the
image of the creamery. Customers
should be able to recall the first
time they bought a cone hoe. The
cm Jan. 16 and will focus on tech
niques farm managers can use to
improve their own farm manamge
ment skills.
Holt’s second presentation, on
Jan. 17, “Getting the Most Out of
Your Employees,” will address the
factors necessary to manage hired
help on farms an issue many
crop and livestock producers find
These presentations are only a
small pan of the Pennsylvania
Crops Conference. This confer
ence is cosponsored by the Pen
nsylvania Master Com Growers
Association, the Pennsylvania
Forage and Grassland Council,
and the Mid Atlantic Soybean
Preregistration for the meeting
is highly recommended. Informa
tion on the program and registra-
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design team was careful not to lose
the sense of nostalgia customers
feel when they see the store.
“The customers have an almost
mythical sense of loyalty to the
creamery,” Palchak said. “When
almuni return or students have
friends or patents visit, it seems as
though the creamery is one place
they are sure to visit I think the
customers have developed a sense
of ownership.”
Creamery hours are to remain
the same after renovations are
completed, and the same merchan
dise is to be sold, including
college-produced mushrooms and
dairy products.
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