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In the Wyoming Black Hills The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming For Victory Buy War Bonds COORINO METtd ~DS BZEF CUT~: ROASTING Stonding Rib Rolled Rib Sirloin Chuck Ribs (high quality) Rump (high quality) Round (high quality) Loaf EROILING and !Rib Steaks PAt,16ROiLI|IG Club Steaks T-Bone Steaks Porterhouse Steaks Sirloin Steaks Chuck Steaks (high quality) Rump Steaks (high quality) Patties vr?t CL'TS Rolled Should:r Cushion Shoulder Arm Roast Blade Roast Rib Loin Rump Leg Thin Steaks (tender Chops Cutlets or pounded) Steaks Patties Patties SIMMERING COOWLNo vN WAT~II Chuck (arm and blade) Rump ,Round Heel of Round Brisket Plate Short Ribs Flank Shanks Ox-joints Neck Shank Plate Brisket Flank Heel of Round Ox-joints Corned Beef . Preparation of meat for the table ~s one o t!:e oldest of the household arts. 1Kethods of meat cookery: have been handcd down :from one generation to another. Within the past quarter century, hOWever, intensive studies carried on at colle~jes and the U. S. Depart- ~ent of Agriculture have revealed ~ew information showing how to fPurepare meat so as to bring out its ll goodness and flavor. This in- Veal ~s not broiled or pan-broiled Breast Rib Chops' Loin Chops Shoulder Steaks Cutlets Patties koM Rolled Shoulder Cushion Shoulder Fresh Ham (pork leg) Smoked Picnic Smoked Shoulder Butt Rolled Breast Smoked Ham Rack Sausages Sliced Salt Pork Fresh pork is not broiled or pan- broiled Smoked Ham Slices" Sliced Bacon Sliced Canadian Style Bacon Chaplets Smoked Shoulder (from breast Butt Slices stuffed with Sliced Salt Porkground lamb) LAMB CUTS ] VARIETY MEATS Cushion Shoulder Rolled Shoulder Breast with Pocket Liver (beef-veal pork-lamb) (arm rm~.d blade~ Liver (veal-lamb) Leg St~.aks i Kidney (lamb) Patties Sweetbreads (beef- Chops Thin Chops Sausage veal-lamb) Liver (all kinds if cut thin) Tripe (after pre- cooking in water) Sweetbreads Brains Rib Chops Loin Chops Shoulder Chops or Stegks ~Fresh Ham Slices Hocks Shanks Feet Neck Backbones Shoulder Neck B!!nes Shanks Spareribs FI.ank Smoked Pknk Smoked Shoulder Butt Smoked Ham Shanks Smoked Spareribs Smoked Hocks formation has taken the ~essworki out of meat cookery and put it oni a scientific basis. Fundamentally, there are only two principles involved in cooking meat: (1) Dry heat and (2) moist heat. Tender cuts are cooked by dry heat methods ~ roasting, broiling and pan-broiling. The less-tender cuts are cooked by moist heat methods~braising and simmering (cooking in water). A few cuts also may be cooked by frying. Breast ~Neck Slices Shanks Riblets Liver (beef-pork) Kidney (beef-veal- pork) Heart (beef-veal- pork-lamb) Tripe (beef) Sweetbreads (beef- veal-lamb) Kidney (beef-veal- pork-lamb) Heart (beef-veal- Neck pork-lamb) Steaks Tongue (beef-veal- Shoulder pork-;amb) Breast Tripe (beef) Sweetbreads (for pre-cookingJ Brains (for pre-cooking) Meat cookery studies have re- vealed that no matter what method is used, best results are obtained with a low temperature. *,Among the advantages of low temperature cookery are a decrease in cooking losses, more servings, and a more tender, juicier and more palatable meat dish. The cuts of beef, veal, pork and lamb and ~he variety meats suitable For each method of cooking are listed in the table above. i~ t0~CE OF PROBATE OF WILL the ]flatter of the Estate .of ~7"ALTER E. WILLIAMS, Deceased: NOtice is hereby given that is on file in the office of erk of the District Court of County, Wyoming, petition L. Williams with what to be the last will end of Walter E. Williams, and praying .that s~me to probate as his last and for issuance to said pe- el letters testamentary; the matter of proving said and considering application letters testamentary is ap- for February 17, 1945, be- said court, or Judge thereof, Court room in the court in ~undance, Wyoming, at M., or as soon there- ~s the matter may be heard; person having any op- to admission of said will l~robate or issuance of said are required at or before tinge to show cauce if any have in opposition thereto. at Sundance, Wyoming, 23, 1946. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of Said Court T. MeGuckin, Attorney. 25--~eb. 1-8-15. NO WAITING I I ~3 Barbers A! Dmty Parker at .. BRONC BARBER SHOP ,~or to Golden Rule NOTICE TO CR~DITORS Estate of George McAmls, deceas- ed: Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration have 'been granted to the undersigned in the above estate, and all per- sons having claims against said decedent or said estate are hereby required to file them with the necessary vouchers far.allowance in the office of Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming at Sun- dance, Wyoming, or exhibit them with necessary vouchers to this administratrix at office of her at- torney, James T. McGuckin, Sun- dance, Wyoming on or before six months after first publication of this notice to-wit February 1, 1945, or they will 'be forever barred. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, January 30, 1945. LOLA WILSON, Adlninistratrlx James T. McGuckin, Attorney. February 1-8-15. Co{ony James I. Newland visited a few days i~t Belle Fourche last week. Those from Colony who attend- ed the Leslie Raber funeral tn Belle Fourche Friday were Mrs. Workers Wanted to build the BOEING B-29SUPERFORTRESS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 14 FACTS ABOUT THIS URGENT APPEAL 1. Free transportation to Seattle 2. Both men and women arc eligible, married or single. 3. Men are especially needed right now 4. Beginner mechanics particularly desired 5. You will be trained by Boeing Aircraft Company 6. Full pay during your training period 7. Here is a direct production job you can do 8..A good paying job of greatest war importance 9. Help produce America's most needed big bomber 10. Excellent working conditions, housing, transportation 11. Boeing representative will interview and hire 12. Z~ke your plans to apply for permanent work 13. Many more Boeing B-29 Superfortresse$ must be built 14. No other job will give more evidence of patriotic duty Authorized Referral Required Boeing Representative will Interview Applicants United States Employment Service War Manpower Commission FEBRUARY 2, 3, 5, & 6 321 N. Main., Sheridan, Wyoming Frances Harney, Mr. Fred N Mrs. Lyle Griffith was unwble Groat, Mrs. Gladeth Raber and to teach school Monday on ac- her sons Ernest and Dale, Mrs. count of a severe cold. ,I L. \V. Fh-anum and Mrs. ('has. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Somers , Branmn. were Gillette visitors Saturday. Dr. Anderson from the f!h',W- Charley Olds spent the week- enne ,i'fiee of the state v,'l(.rin- end with home folks. ary department was" in Cnlo.:~y Mr. alld ~ll'S. James Wham J last Tuesday , and Wednesday and Edyth were in Moorcroft treating" the different hunches ,Sunday evening. of sheep around here. He treat- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Roberts and ed the Newland, Shepard, Harn- family and Mr. acid Mrs. Jesse ey and the Branum sheep. Kanode and family spent Sun- Mrs. Winnie Branmn who has day with the Somers. been visiting friends and relatives Miss Charlotte Griffith visited at Belle Fourche and Colo.ny for with her parents Saturday and tile past several months, left Sat- Sunday. urday to visit her two daughters x at Spring ~alley, Minnesota. Mr. Perino cut off part of his Cola W. Shepard transacted thumb i.n an accident at the farm business in Belle Fourche last and was in Friday for treatment. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Groper Itarney attended the half century club QUICK RELIEF FROM banquet and entertainment in Symptoms of DlstressArlslngfrmm Belle Fourche !Saturday evening. STOMACHULCERS Wade Roberson and Fred N. Groat helped Grovel" Harney dec- DUE TO ~'XC~'SS AC|D tor his sheep last Wednesday. 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But you can get a head- start-- Plan Now and Save Now --be ready to start the minute you can. If you have your lot and the down payment, the rest will be easy. We are helping many pros- pective home owners to prepare their plans. Let us help you. FiSh & Hunter Co. (M. W. (Jack) Hannah, Mgr. Belle Fourche, South Dakota