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Oldest and Best Poultry and All Small Stock Magazine
Published in the Southeastern States
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-FIorida Sunnyfields, January, 1937
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*/ With eggs retailing at the highest
prices in months, Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of
Lake Butler, has one hen who is co-
o" bpferating to keep down the cost of
living, according to the Times. "This
Black Minorca hen laid five eggs with-
'in i week- The largest weighed four
O*'uices, or a quarter of a' pound. This
was about twice the size of an ordin-
ary hen egg. It too was left at the
Times office. Just why the hen de-
cided to lay such large 'eggs at this
time is a mystery, unle';s she decided
.- to-give buyer their money's worth,"
the Tir.ies says.
A three legged duckling
hatched on Gus Bleich's farm
at Chittenango Falls, N. Y.,
Sputs its extra leg to good use--
it sits down on it. The third
leg is slightly smaller than the
others, and when the duckling
walks it drags it behind.
The Florida State Poultry Producers
association will stage its second show
in connection with the Tampa fair,
January 26 to February 6.
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This Month's Recipes
BAKED PASTRY SHELL
S1 cup cake flour 1% tablespoons Pet
Y teaspoon oak Milk diluted with
Scup cold shortening 1% tablespoons water
Sift flour before measuring. Resift with
salt. Work shortening into flour with
twq knives, pastry blender or fingers.
When mixture has appearance of course
corn meal, gradually blend in diluted
milk. Roll out on floured board to
Yrinch thickness. Line 9-inch pie pan
With pastry. Prick bottom and sides
*with fork. Bake in hot oven (425F.)
'10 minutes, or until brown. CooL
PUMPKIN CREAM PIE
SIcup sugar teaspoon salt
S2 tablespoons 2 cups Pet Milk
corns arch I cup cooked or
2% teaspoons canned pumpkin
pumpkin pie spice 2 eggs, separated
Mix together 4 cup sugar, cornstarch,
pumpkin pie spice and salt. Stir in milk
and pumpkin. Cook over boiling water
20 minutes, stirring frequently. Remove
from heat and stir into slightly-beaten
egg .yolks. Return to heat and cook 2
minutes longer, stirring constantly.
CooL Pour into 9-inch baked pastry
siell. Beat egg whites until stiff. Fold
Ai remaining X cup sugar. Spread on
top of pie. Bake in slow oven (300* F.)
15 minutes, or until brown.
For Sale-Buckeye incubators. One
5376 eggs; one 10,732 :eggs; one 16,-
000 eggs-like new and half price.
Terms. Sylvain Poultry Farm and
Hatchery, Ybor City Station, Tampa,
Bantam World-bi-monthly, Frank-
linville, New York; only Bantam maga-
zine published. Year 50 cents; three
years $1.0o. Sample o10 cents.
Wanted-Good breeding frogs-
state age and price by early mail.
Jethro Almond, P. 0- Box 149, Alber-
marle, N. C.
Wanted-Trio Embden geese, White
African guineas and pair peafowl.
State priceland age. Edgewood Poultry
Farm, Rfd. 1, Box 100-1, Orlando, Fla.
SALES PEOPLE WANTED
Make BIG money selling subscrip-
tions to Southern Poultry and Small
Stock, the oldest Florida magazine
published devoted to the several in-
dustries-poultry, pigeons, rabbits,
goats, etc. Address Subscription
' Department, this publication.
For information relative to
Write E. S. CENTER, JR., General Agricultural Agent
Atlanta and West Point Railroad Company
The Western Railway of Alabama
4 Hunter Street S. E. Atlanta, Ga.
FLORIDA STATE FAIR
11 Days a 11 Nites
Featuring Magnificent Agricultural, Citrus and
Tampa Tues. Jan. 26 to Sat. Feb. 6
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Milk goats, Atwater Kent radio, Apex
vacuum, small electric motor, Toulouse
goose eggs, White Leghorn eggs (from
stock of winners in Chicago Worlds Fair.
contest), and White Narcissus bulbs.
For Glad bulbs, Peony roots, smaff
Pecan trees and Scions, Pecan nuts;.
Turkey eggs, Water lillies, or what have/
you? Address L. H. Doak, Clifton Sta-
For Sale-One year old quality
Barred Rock hens, $1.75 each. Roy
Saunders, Rockford, N. C.
For Sale-Buff Orphingtons, the
duo bird-good meat fowl and good,
layers.- S. F. Matthews, Homestead,
Bulletins 25 cents each, five bulle-
tins $1.00-see advertisement on an-
other page. Irvin W. Dietrich, Kutz-
For Sale-Few choice Alpine bucks,
two weeks old. All letters answered. ;
Matthew Aprile, 2711 Twenty-second
Street, Tampa, Fla.
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TWENTY-SVBMTH ANNUAL .
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* February 15-20
State wide 4-H CaLb Day, Febtary 20
gi;r ,maffloi k a-i -~ n~i the 197
lair at, Orando Saturday, thl t. Q Ub toedfbta wil be
guests- o the management with :Free admission tickets issued
thiu county and home demonstration agents.
* AllItontests are open o a y 4-'+ club by or id ofe
* Entoes must be in by noon, february 13.
arrive not later than Sunday, Feb. 14.
Judge 1 be Miss Mary E. Keyon, 8bate Home Demo4tration Agent;
R.-: Blacklock, State C'ub Ag n6; N. R. Mehrhob Extension
Poultryman; D. F.Suwell, Assistant Extension Poultrymau.
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