Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 23, 1998, Image 43

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es to raising kids, Teresa said, “Be
honest and fair. When folks come
to buy stock, be honest all the way
through so that others need never
worry about being swindled. The
best way to teach kids is to have
them watch their parents doing
business.”
Going through the teen years
and being heavily involved in
dairy promotion leaves no time for
getting in trouble.
“We encourage Erica to be in a
lot of promotions. The dairy prin
cess promotion is a really good
promotion for dairy products,”
Teresa said.
Dad has also gotten a few emo
tional rewards from his daughter’s
involvement in the industry. He
said, “When other dairy farmers
comment on her speech, it gives
me a proud, good feeling.”
While Erica and her mom were
on the road promoting dairy pro
ducts, her brothers took care of her
chores in the bam.
Erica was part of the team to win
the state Dairy Bowl and place sec
ond in the division. In 1995, the
team won at the national level.
Cats are prolific on the farm.
Sixty cats—all named and easily
The STREAM MAP
OF PENNSYLVANIA was completed
in 1965 after a thirty-year effort by
Howard Higbee, a former Penn
State Professor.
The map Is also known as the
LOST STREAM MAP to some
anglers.
Professor Higbee succeeded in
creating a map of the highest
detail possible...a map that shows
every stream and lake. He pains
takingly plotted by hand, the loca
tion of 45,000 miles of streams
onto a 3 x 5 foot map.
The map sold extremely well -
until it was lost several years later.
Incredibly, the printer entrusted
with the original drawing and
printing plates declared bank
ruptcy, then carelessly hauled
Higbee's 30 years of work to the
landfill.
The few remaining dog-eared
copies became a prized fisher
man's possession. Professor
Higbae was offend $4OO for one
of his lasi maps. And state agen
cies were forced to keep their
copies under lock and key.
The experts had always told
Professor Higbee that nprinls
wen impossible, because the
maps were printed in non
photographic blue.
Then, in 1991, at the age of 91,
Howard Higbee's dream came
true. Computers made it possible
to reprint the map. Holding an
updated map, Howard said, 1
never thought I'd live to see this
day."
differentiated by sight The felines
have come to the farm in some
unusual ways. One delivery hap
pened when a tractor trailer load of
sawdust was delivered to the farm.
Two kittens fell off the truck and
woe immediately adopted by a
mother cat
“We spend lots of time with
cats. They are great stress reliev
ers,” Teresa said.
Erica collects stuffed cows. Her
mother collects other cow
paraphernalia.
In her spare time, Erica enjoys,
country line dancing, cooking,
baking, and reading romance
novels.
H. A
Leadership fora J
that 10% of all the fishermen catch 90% of the fish
Regardless of which group you fall into... there's a sure way to up your
odds... simply try new fishing waters. Fish where few fishermen ever
fish.
Pennsylvania is loaded with great fishing waters...many of them
overlooked. From the Lake Erie tributaries to the Delaware
River...thousands of miles of streams, lakes and rivers are now easy-to-
locate on one map.
Professor Higbee's Stream Map of Pennsylvania is the first and
only highly detailed map of its land. This 3 foot by 5 foot
color map shows virtually all of the 45,000 miles of
Pennsylvania streams plus lakes. That's almost three p . tlnk
times the earth's circumference! | Kill |>l
rave
REVIEWS
"It is amazingly detailed and
names some creeks in the
Mohawk Valley that can't even
be found on topographic
maps."
John Pitarres
OBSERVER-DISPATCH-Utica
‘Hyodre looking for the most
definitive maps ever created
depicting every single creek,
river, stream, pond and lake
. then "Professor Higbee's
Stream Maps " are without
gpesbonthe finest
Howard Brant
THE NEWARK STAR-LEDGER
"It is in showing where to find
out-of-the-way trout streams
that makes the map such a
treasure to the fisherman
Joe Gordon
TRIBUNE-DEMOCRAT-
Johnstown
Family Living
Focus
Beth Van Horn
Centre Co.
Extension Agent
What To Do When Food
Turns Moldy
Mold tells us better than
words when we have kept left
overs too long. Molds are living
symbols of spoilage and decay.
They work so quickly that it
takes a bit of ingenuity to dis
pose of some foods before molds
do.
Molds are actually fungi with
thread-like roots that spread
below the surface of food. A stalk
extends above the surface.
Spores at the end of the stalk
spread the mold from place to
place. They give mold its distinc
tive color.
Molds generally prefer a
warm, humid environment, but,
as we all know, some grow very
well in refrigerators. Molds
Great for Father's Day ■ June 21
Stream
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Pennsylvania
ry fisherman needs this map
Included with each map. Pinpoint the best fishing in Pennsylvania
with this valuable guide. Easily locate over 900 productive trout
streams and 300 lakes. Bass waters, class " A " limestone
streams, and trophy fish waters are easy to locate on the map.
I ORDER YOUR COLOR STREAM MAPS
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1 East Main St.
PO Box 609 - Dept. SM
Ephrata, PA 17522
with high sugar or salt content,
which is why mold often appears
on jams, jellies, and salt-cured
meats
No all molds are bad.
Penicillin, a well-known antibi
otic, is produced from two molds.
Molds also help in the produc
tion (especially the flavoring) of
some wines and cheeses.
A clean refrigerator can
retard mold growth. Now is a
good time to thoroughly clean
your refrigerator. Toss out old
food, and clean the refrigerator
walls and racks with a solution
of one tablespoon of baking soda
dissolved in one quart of warm
water. Check the temperature in
the refrigerator to make sure it
is below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
Always inspect foods before
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you buy them. Be especially
careful when buying cheese,
fresh fruits and vegetables, and
bakery products.
Even with the cleanest refrig
erator and your best efforts at
the supermarket, you food still
may be subject to mold growth.
If you see mold when you first
open a newly purchased package
or container and suspect it was
there when you bought it, you
owe it to the store management
to take the product back, or at
the very least, call the store.
Otherwise, the store’s manage
ment may never know it has a
storage problem.
If you see a bit of mold on
hard or firm foods such as hard
cheese, firm-type fruits, such as
pears, and smoked turkey, it is
safe to remove one inch around
and below the mold spot with a
knife. Take care not to touch the
mold with your knife.
Molds spread quickly on soft
foods, such as bread, cake, cot
tage cheese, and jam. If you see
more than a speck of mold
growth on these foods, the best
advice is to throw them out.
When in doubt about a food’s
safety, it is best to throw it out.
Although we never want to be
wasteful with food, it is silly to
threaten our health by eating
spoiled foods.
Whatever you do, it is best
not to taste or even sniff mold.
Although it will not cause food
poisoning, it can lead to respira
tory problems or allergic refic
tions for sensitive individufils.
Source: Colorado Cooperative
Extension.