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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

25 Years Ago Secretary of Labor Doal recommended to Congress that his department be given more authority to deport undesirable aliens and "(to sunder the red tape that now enmeshes so much of the "process". Under the Doak plan, any unnaturalized citizen who committed a crime involving a sentence above certain _stiptp lated minimum would be shoved off the dock into a steamer without further ceremony. It was pointed out that of the more than 400,000 unnaturalized foreigners in this country, in 1931, onefourth ot them deserved instant dispatch to their homeland. S«- verai.- Congressmen questioned Doak*s opinion, pointing out that "we have aliens in our midst _Tvho contribute greatly (to the arts and business and social life in this country". ... Lancaster livestock range of prices reported January 17, 1931; Steers—Good, $9.25 to $10.25; medium, $8 to $9.25. Vealers—Good and choice, $12 to $13 50; medium, $10.50 to $12 Feeder and _Stocker Cattle—Good and choice, $7.75 to $9; med...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Tractor Driving Contest Winners At Show Listed HARRISBURG, — Placings ir the annual 4-H Club and Future Farmers of America state champ ionship tractor driving contest* at the Farm Show are: 4-H Clubs: 1. Willis _Kreibel, Landsdak ED 2, Montgomery County 2. Daniel Reitz. New Bethlehem RD 3, Clarion County 3. Dean Harper, Pennsylvania Furnace, Centre County 4. Jack Hemminger, Somerset, RD 6, Somerset County 5 Lloyd Kildoo, New Castle, RD 4, Lawrence County Future Farmers of America Contest 1. Harvey Beverlin, Mifflintown, Juniaita County 2 Donald Brunner, Homer City, Indiana County 3 Morris D. Otten, Wyalusing Valley Jr. High School, Bradford County 4. Robert Derrick, Hughesville, Lycoming County 5. _Wrlliattn Layman, Ruffsdale, Westmoreland County

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Harry Lee Hoar's Steer $1,639.37 ( Continued from Page One) 1b to El Centro Restaurants, Harrisburg and Pottsville. Total $437.40. - ' Reserve champion Angus, shown by Henry Greiner, Manheim, RD 4, Lancaster County, 1000 lbs, sold at 36 cents a lb to Economy Meat Market, York Totad, $360. Reserve champion Shorthorn, shown by Elwood Pfaunmiller Ehzabethtown, RD 3, 1100 lbs, sold at 35 cents a lb to El Centro Restaurants. Total, $385 SWINE (Gilts) SALES BERKSHIRE Grand champion, "Valley Springs Lady," consigned by Woods Bros, Mercer RD, Mercer County. Solid 1 to Hames Hollenshead, Needmore, RD, Fulton County, for $320. Reserve grand champion, "Bairdale Catherine's Lady 2nd," consigned by Harry A. Eair, Ruffsdale, RD, Westmoreland County. _Soild (to James E. Martin, Hampetead, Maryland, for $170. Top price animal — Consignor, Clayton D. Wmebark, Rochester Mills, -RD, Indiana County. Sold to Shenandoah Farm, Middleton. Virginia, for $2_fo Number of animals in sale, 36; total v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

State Farming Associations Name JVew Officers During Farm Show Pennsylvania Duroc Swine Breeders Association PV'-sident, Clyde McConaughey, _Snucksburg, Indiana County Vice _President, Irwm Behm, Marchand, Indiana County Secretary - Treasurer, Walter McConneM, Volant, RD 3, Lawrence County Directors: Paul Oswalt; Centie County Fred Barron, slippery Rock, Butler County J. R. HarHe, Bellafonte, Centre County A F. Horst, RD 2, Myerstown, Lebanon Gounty Pennsylvania Yorkshire Swine Club President, F. E. Bosler, Peachbottom, Lancaster County Vice President, J. C Herr, _Gortfonville, Lancaster County Secretary-Treasurer, George E Cogley, R 1, Ronks, Lancaster County "^ Directors: Kenneth Ski'les, R 1, Narvon_, Lancaster County J. C. Herr_, Gordonville_; Lancaster County Paul J. Yoachim, R 1, Zionsvidle_, Lehigh County ¦ * _^ Pennsylvania Poland China Swirip Association _President, Donald Lanius, York, RD 3, York County Vice President, Eugene Boeshore, Jonestown, Lebanon County Sec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Young Farmers Name _Mainesbuirg Man President HARRISBURG, — James Shadle, Hegins, Schuylkill County, was elected new president of the Pennsylvania Young Farmers Association at the annual Farm Show meeting He succeeds Glen _Zumlmerimian, _Mafffcnlbiwg RD 2, Union County. Charles Dale, Mifflinburg, Umnon County was named secretary; William Burgoon, McDonald, Washington County as treasurer and George Mensch, Mifflmburg, as director of public relations Regional vice-president elected are: Harold Robson, Mainesburg, Tioga County, Russell Dickerson, Spring Mills, ' Centre County; Pharis Cramer, Conestoga, Lancaster County; John Engle, Mc-Donald, Washington County; Floyd Schreckengost_, Dayton, Armstrong County.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Phone: MANHEIM O&D Shavings .... for clean, dry houses, excellent C OQ/YC fertilizer, and real savings for you — «_J"fctOvr*J Prompt Delivery Service ' A Ton of SHA VINGS goes twice as far. . O&D Sawdust Co M ™ MANHEIM, PA .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

For the Farm Wife and Family It happened Couple week ago. we warned that should any errors appear in these columns, drop us a line From the reader who sent in the Home Made Bread recipe that appeared in Lancaster Farming Dec 23 comes-a letter "Lancaster Farming came yesterday with our bread recipe in it, but I am sorry there are a few mistakes in it I do believe we made them, "(You are supposed to take bread flour (Gold Medal or Pilkbury) and that half should be _omjtted. Let the 15-quart container get full before putting it in the pans . When in pans, let it rise till double, then bake as directed." So here's the corrected recipe: HOME MADE BREAD Mix together One cup mashed potatoes, take the liquid from boiling potatoes and mix in again after mashhig Add one cup granulated sugar Mix into a paste Add lukewarm water to make 1% quarts Add two packages Fleischmann's Yeast Set m a warm place to rise about one-half hour Now put this yeast mixture with 5 lbs bread flour (Gold Med...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Delicate Prints Blossom for Springtime Weu. _wammmwai m edna w_£* ' _kijk ,_^sK nnHIS year's resort crop of •*• prints is the best yet. There was a time when any woman who wanted to be well dressed avoided prints as she would a plague. * And with good reason, too. They were loud, splashy, unbecoming. They emphasized, rather than minimized, figure faults. They were almost impossible to accessorize and if you figured out Your wardrobe on a budget basis they simply didn't belong in it But this .year, prints are small, delicate and in lovely colon either cool or vivid. They lend themselves to small, neat accessories They are cut, for the most V art. on straight, simple lines and often- , are in Jlnen though they take equally we)) to cotton orsillC_^_M|^_ppM^|pMSW|_l -> These are - the prints youl) wear next summer ' with short white gloves, a cool, shiny white , ¦ black linen bar and shoes. If There's no difficulty m accessorizing-*theja *ince they highlight a single colo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Free To Women... One yeai charter subscription to LANCASTER FARMING to one housewne eacn week who submits tne _oesc letter . . . recipe . . . homemaking Hint. Send your letter to LANCASTER FARMING, QuarryviUe, Jra.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Women's Page (Continued from page 6) well on both sides in hot, skillet Remove chops to a 2 quart casserole. Add rice to drippings m skillet and cook, stirring, until browned; stir in gravy, water, salt, and pepper. ~ Arrange carrots and onions on top of chops Pour on gravy mixture Bake, uncovered for 1 , hour, or Ctntil chops are tender, m an oven 350 degrees " SWEET-SOUR SAUCE One cup sugar One-half cup white vinegar One-half cup water One tablespoon chopped green pepper One tablespoon chopped pimento One tablespoon paprika One-half teaspoon salt iTwo tablespoons co_^d water ,Combme sugar, vinegar, an " d cup water, green pepper, pimierato, paprika, and salt. iBoil five minutes. Blend cornstarch and cold" water Add to syrup and cook until thick Cool and strain. Just before serving add a few bits of bright green pepper for color. Serve with pork chops. TRIED PORK CHOPS Six three-fourith inch port chops Two beaten eggs Two tablespoons milk One cup fine cracker crumbs One-f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 20 January 1956

Farm Women 21 Planning Roller Skating Party Two events are being scheduled by Society of Farm Women No 21, first a roller skating party at Rocky Springs Park, and a bake sale in itront of 'the Greist Building at Lancaster Daites for these two events will be announced later, the Ways and Means Committee told _lii their Jan 12 meeting at the home of Mrs Evelyn Herr, Rl Quarryville. Mrs. Ann Steinberg and Mrs Alice Ressell were co-hostesses. President Alice ResseU was in charge of the meeting. Reporting on the State Convention in Hamsburg were Mrs Abbie Bradley, Mrs Ruth Heidelbaugh, and Mrs Ressel The Society voted 'to contribute £5 00 to the March of Dimes One-fourth teaspoon salt One cup butter or margarine One cup biown sugar iirmly packed One cup white sugar Two eggs well beaten One cup finely chopped nuts Sift flour, soda, cinnamon and salt together Cream butlter well, add brown sugai and white sugar gradually Cream until smooth Add eggs Mix in dry ingredients, add nuts D...

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