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May 6, 1954

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FFA Makes at Annual Banquet were made to outstand- at the Parent-Son of the Devils Tower FFA held at the Legion hall in 21. Twenty-one mem- chapter attended the Bob Stewart, presi- club, acting as master Winners were Jim" Oudin, Farmer; Lloyd An- mechanics; Jim Long, g; Bob Fowlkes, Robert Wolfskill, elec- The awards were pre- Iiillary Buescher, chap- members of the Wilbur Long and while Mrs. John Was made chapter moth- , E. Shannon made a short I the banquet and Everling showed Spoke on her trip to Chapter officers also talks about their duties at the banquet of a tromb0ne-saxa- Played by Charlene Ellen Storm. Field Is with Wheat Project Lodge FFA chapter mem- ~g in grain field as a chapter Allen, chapter ad- the field was east of on the Bush ranch. chapter members ran the field and on Wed- harrowed and planted Reinholds of Daughter Mrs. William Reinhold he of their born April Maternity Home $.D. have named their Elizabeth Nan. is the maternal and Mrs. Julia Rein- grandparent. l)urfees, of First Son Jay Russell Durfee parents of their April 27 at the Memorial hospital The boy weighed in oz. and was named the Durfees have both girls. Jay Durfee of paternal grand- and Mrs. Leland are the mater- at Stan- r several days last flew into to visit his par- Paul Yeoman, Sidney, Nebr. Homemaker of the Month ,Homemaker-of-the-Month for May is Mrs. Ruth Pickerd, W~ho has been a member of the Beaver Creek club since its reorganiza- tion in 1947. During her years with the club, she has served as secretary in 1949 and 1950 and president in 1951 and 1952. In addition, she has also been president of the county Homem.~kers council tor two years and has attended the state council meeting the last two years. Mother of two children, Mrs. Pickerd was formerly a 4-H lead- er of the Alva Wigglers club. One of her family's favorite recipes is: DOWN SOUTH PECAN PIE Unbaked 9" pie shell .. I/2 cup butter or margarine 3 eggs slightly beaten 1 t. vanilla 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 cup white corn syrup 2 cups pecans 1 cup cream, whipped Heat oven to 350 degrees. Cream butter, add sugar slowly. Cream until light. Slowly stir in syrup, eggs, vanilla and one cup nuts. Pour into shell, top with remainder of nuts. Bake at 350 degrees for 55 minutes Cool-serve with whipped cream. Walnuts may be substituted. Moorcroft Sets Graduation For 9 Seniors Commencement exercises at Moorcroft high school will be held at the school auditorium May 20 for nine seniors, Supt. Walter F. Jensen said last week. Prof. Harold Gilbert of Sheridan Community College will make the main address at the exercises scheduled for 8 p.m. Jensen said baccalaureate ser- vices would be held at the First Presbyterian church May 18 at 8 p.m. with Rev. Gale Prentice de- livering the address. Graduating are Barbara Seeley, valedictorian; John Garman, saluta- torian; Fred Williams, Ray Butts, Ancil E. Sisson, Elmer Wilkinson, Emil Wilkinson, Loyal Schlattman and K. C. Brimmer with (an I~ECONOIT/ONEO FORDE y/,,e Genuine Ford Parts LiVe Tested to Ford Factory Standards ~ew Engine Warranty LOCAL FORD DEALER Junior FHA Girls Hold Discussion On Family Problems A "Popcorn Session" on family problems in the home was held at the last afternoon meeting of the Sundance junior FHA chapter. During the recent meeting, a cer- emony of the Emblem Service of degree work was given to the group. The service is a new kind of discussion, the group learned at the recent state meeting. As an annual community pro- ject, four chapter members - Ger- ry Nussbaum, Karrol Frank, Kath- leen Hejde and Clara Pickerd sold Easter lilies. As a money making project dur ing April, the junior chapter held a candy sale. Penalty Rate Set For Wheat Growers Exceeding Allotment Wheat producers who raise wheat in excess of their 1954 wheat acreage allotment will be penal- ized $1.12 per bushel, the Washing- ton office of the Commodity Sta- bilization Service said May 1. The penalty rate is based on 45 percent of the May 1 wheat parity. Producers who raise excess wheat will be required to make a settlement on the excess before they can get a Marketing Card to market any wheat. The penalty rate, the CSS said, would be on the excess acreage times the pro- ducer's normal yield. The CSS said in order to sell wheat, a producer would have to have a Marketing Card for 1954. It added that it would be unlaw- ful for an elevator to purchase wheat from a producer without suctr~a card. Producers can avoid being pen. alized by keeping their 1954 wheat acreage within their allotment. The CSS said that a producer found to be over when his fields were checked would be given an oppor- tunity to designate acreages to be pastured off or cut while green to reduce the amount of wheat that would mature. Little sister was entertaining the visitors until her mother was ready. One of the ladies remarked ~to the other with a significant look, "Not very P-r-e-t-t-y" (spell- ing the word). "No," answered the child, "but awfully s-m-a-r-t-." ASC Office Makes Final Purchase of Loan-Covered Wheat All wheat covered by Commod- ity Credit Corporation loans in Crook county has been purchased by the Crook County ASC office here, office manager Bob Sherrard said Wednesday. Sherrard said purchases in the last week totaled $475,000. Sherrard said liquidation of loans by sale of wheat would be completed at his office. He urged producers with high protein wheat to sell if it were possible. The ASC manager said his office had delivery in sight for all No. 3 or better wheat with the exception of high protein wheat. However, Sherrard indicated that it was believed that wheat having too much protein for de- livery could easily be sold for at least loan value. He said some re- sealed wheat carrying enough pro- tein could probably be sold at a price as high as the producer could get for resealing. Sherrard stressed that county wheat producers could still sell ,r reseal wheat up until delivery set- tlement at the elevator was made. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund.ance, Wyo. May 6, 1954 For Del's Dry Clean, ing Service Phone 63 Sundanee, Wyo. PICKUP AND DELIVERIES Tuesdays & Fridays FRED A. PERINO National Auctioneer Satisfaction Guaranteed or No Charges Phone Collect 01F24, Four Corners, Wyo. April 1 - July 1 Ray W. Robinson Candidate For Republican Nomination for COUNTY SHERIFF Crook County, Wyo. I have been a resident of Crook County for 34 years. 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