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Mahoney Services Held at Hulett Virginia Ramsey, CEHE There are many advantages to cooking an entire meal in one pot. The cost of preparation in time, money, and energy is less than when each food is cooked s~parately. When we cook the meat and vegetables for a meal together, we can often leave them to cook with little or no atten- tion. Since heat is required for only one utensil, less fuel cost is invloved. This is also the type meal in which less expensive cuts o~ meat can be used most effectively. We can avoid much of the last minute rush preparing separate dishes by combining foods. Clean up is less involved. The blending of foods and spice flavors common ,to one dish meals is pleasing 'to the ap- petite. Since, we add little or no liquid to this type dish, and the juices resulting from cook= ing are served with the food, we save most of ,the nutrients. This one-dish meal is delightful not only when served at home, but it is also a favorite of mine for serving on family outings in the mountains. Use tender cuts of meat when preparing it out- doors since an open ,camp fire lacks the temperature control that our modern kitchen ranges offer us. However, due to the tremendous appetites that people develop on outings, I don't think you will have o worry about left- @verJ even if the meat isn't quite as tender as ,when prepared at home. Pot Luck Dinner ll/z lb. tenderized round steak cut 3/4 inch thick 2 tablespoons cooking oil 3 potatoes, cu~ in fourths cup water 1 small can sliced mushrooms, drained 1 cup chopped onions 4 small tomatoes, quartered 1/4 cup sliced pitted black olives 2 tablespoons butter or margar- ine 2 teaspoons salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1/4 teaspoon garlic salt Heat cooking oil in a heavy skillet. Brown steak on both sides. Add all other ingredients. Cover tightly. Cook over low heat about one hour or until vege- tables are tender. Serves six. Funeral services for Mrs. Ben dMahoney, 76, long~time Hulett resident, were held Friday at 2 p. m. in tIulett. Hrs. ~ahoney died April 9 at the Belle Fourche hospital. Services were conducted by ,Merlin O'Haver and Aubery Long. Burial was in the Alva cemetery under the direction of the Frost and .Son Funeral Home. ~ina ~M~)rris) ~ahoney was born at Utica, Kans. on April 20, 1892. She moved to ,Missouri with her parents and the family later moved to Spearfish when she was four years old. After living at Spearfish five years, the family moved to Alva. She attended grade school at the Upper ,Bear Creek school at Alva. On June 8, 1913, she was married to Ben ;Mahoney at Belie, Wyo. The couple lived at Alva for a time and later moved to .Hulett. She is survived by her husband, Ben, Hulett; three (laughters- Mrs. Lee flJarriet) Waugh, Hulett; Mrs. Oscar (~Margaret) Conklin, ~uffalo, Wyo.; Mrs. Gilbert (Dorothy) Guerrero, Los Angeles; three sons Ben, Custer, S. D.; ,Lyle, Grants Pass, Ore.; and William, Powell, Wyo.; 15 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. She ~vas preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and four brothers. MR CALVARY LUTHERAN Rev. Alien Maleske, Pastor Church Service, 9 a.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Meetings for the month: First Thursday, Ladies Aid, 8 p.m. Second Thursday, Walther League, 8 p.m. "third Thursday, monthly vot- ers meeting. Confirmation every Thursday at 4p.m. ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Cletus Prado Winter schedule: Sundance, 8:30 a.m. Upton, 10:36 a.m. Moorcroft, 12 noon. Sundence, Wyo. March 6, 1969 SUNDANCE METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. Richard Gilbert, Upton Church services - 9 a.m. Sunday School - 10 a.m. W. S. C. S. Every Third Thurs. day. Jn At Most Downtown Merchants To show our appreciation to our customers in the tri-state area. tI ADVENTIST CHURCH Mike Burton, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30. Worship Service, Saturday, 11. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament Christianity Place - Houston Creek, 8 miles west on Highway 14. Services only on Sunday eve- ning at 7 p.m. during the winter months. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, EPISCOPAL The Rev. Patterson Keller, Vicer SUNDAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Com- munion. 9:30 a.m. Morning Pray- er and Sermon (1st Sunday Holy Communion) Nursery. Sunday, 9:30 e.m. - Church school ages 3-5 and grades 1-8. Public Cordially Invited. WEDNESDAY: 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Nursery) S~INT DAYS & HOLY DAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Communion. SUNDANCE BIBLE CHURCJ-I Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. at Johnson trailer house. No wor. ship services until further no- tice. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. R. M. Kelly Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Bible study, Wed- nesday, 7:30 p.m. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 17, 1969 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of Theodore Conrad :Sager, dece.ased, take no- tice .that the undersigned Admin- istrator of said estate will, on or before the 2nd day of IMay, 1969, file in the office of ,the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his final account and petition for distribution of said estate where anyone interested may examine such a ccoun,t and petition, and file objections thereto in .writing on or before the 12th day of ~May, 1969, and if no objections aro filed ,thereto he will make final settlement of said estate ~.he 13th day of IMay, 1969, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming this 7th day of A~pril, 1969. /s/ Bryce Sager, Administrator April 10, 17, 24, .May 1, 1969. Richard J. Macy, Attorney Of the 786,000,000 acres of forest in the United States, 358," 250,000 acres are privately owned, coming twos John C. Borgialli & Son Newcasfle, Wyoming 2:30 p.m. The sires of these good, light ]mired balls came from the well-known Middlesworth herd. They carry Pres- ident Mischief, Crusty & Cruziero bioodlincs and arc all clean pedigreed. They are pasture raised, fed a little grain. Bob Ehrich Manager Area Code 605 Phone 892.2655 I Carpet any room in your Room or , Dining Priced as Low As [] [] Complete With Pad and Installation Belle Fourche, S. D.