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Virginia Ramsey, CEHE SPEAKING OF FOODS 'lVae first men ~t,o ~t foo,t on the me,on ~h,ave displayed great ~Urage and stamina-by stLbsist- ~__for eight days an bi~te-sized V eze-dried ~.oods. t~ven the ad- eature of traveling ,to ~the moon ~n't quite make t~p for such ~eal ime monotony. No doubt ~ astronau,ts were ravermusly ngm] f~r some delici~yus earth t~okir~g ,when ,they splashed down l~ter their historic e~alk on the ~0011. The Dnited States Department ~l, oAgricu!ture reports lJh.a~t the n,au,~s ~first dinner included ~h favorites ,as sirloin steak, .~tf~ed ~aked p atat, oes, green ~ris, a nmndi~ne, dinner rolls and ,apple pie. Many other appe.t. izing meals have been prepared for o.ur moon men including en- ~trees like Chicken .a la Kicv, roast beef au }us, ,roa~ tu,rkey and dressing, and .ham steak with 9i ne~pple sauce. The 'foods the austronauts are enjoying these ,first few days after splashd'own ~have been spe- cially prepared by a processing plant located in San Fran,c:isco's famous Yisherman's Wharf. The Uni.ted States Departmer~t of Ag- riculture mea,t ,and pou~,try in- spe,ctors supervised ,the food ~preparation. ~Me,als were frozen in individual foil-co,cereal ,plastic 91.ates aaad pu,t in,to sh~pping cartons. The cartons ,were packed in dry ice and sh~pped to ~he .Hornet where ,they ,were treated ~wi.th a steriliz- ing agent before goir~g into the ~acility. The ~ood is ~heated space age style in microwave ovens on board ,the H~rnet. Used ,plates, knives, .forks and spoons are re- moved throu~gh ,a sterilized air lock. Here is a simil~ar recipe from one o,f the astronauls' menus for you and your .family to enjo,y. It calls .for boned chicken breasts. This can easily be done with kitchen shears or the but,cher can do it for you. CHICKEN KIEV V'., ,cup softened butter 1~/~ ~ea~poons chopped ~hives Juice of Vz lemon 2 eggs, bea,ten 1/4 cup oitl 4 boned chicken breasts Flour and fine dry ,bread erum,bs Va cup milk ,,Blend butter ,with chives and leman juice ,and a dash ,of salt and ,pe.pper. Divide mix.ture in ~ou~ths ,and :mold each par, t into a small patty; 'ehill till ,firm. Re- move skin from ehicken~ breasts. Cu~t a pocket in each ~breast and fill i~ w~th ,a butter ,pa,tty; vhi'll. ,Ble~d eggs, milk and off. Dip each chicken breast in flour, ,then in .the egg mixture and ~inally in ,the bread crumbs. Deep .fry in oil at 360 degrees f~>r 10 minutes. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. July 31, 1969 WEEKLY SIOUX CITY STOCKER-FEE!DER SUMMARY: Sioux Ci~ty, July 24-- A total of 1,524 ,head of stockers, feed- ers and calves we,n,t to eornbe~t feedlots this week ,through the Sioux City Stockyards, according to figures released by .~he U. S. D. A. Market News Branch. This is compared with 1,872 head the previo,us ,week ,and 4,670 head t~he corresponding week a year ,ago. Feeder steers and .heifers and calves were 50 lower, instances $1.00 lo,wer. Choice 800-950 lbs Steers weighing 600-775 lbs steers sold from $28.50-29.00. brou,g, ht $29.00-32.75. Ohoice 500- 600 ~bs short yearlings brought $32.00-33.76. Choice 'heifers weighing 700-800 1,bs sold $27.00- 27.75. Clhoice 500-650 1,bs heifers $28.00-29.00. Choice ~teer canes ~ar~ged from $32.00-33.00. Choice ~heifer calves brought $3~1.50-32.- 25. Average steer weights reached 722 1,bs this week veto,pared with 7'24 l~bs .a week ago. Average steer prices ~his ,week reached m $29.41 compared with $31.30 a ,week ,ago. Steer calves weighed an average o,f 448 l, bs this week and sold for an average of $31- 07. ~teifer calves weighed an ,avera,ge (~f 446 lhs and souhl fro. an average of $31.32. County Gets $185; Sundance, $275 From Cigarette Tax Crook County received $185.18 in cigarette taxes in July. Sun- d,ance received $375.47; ~Moor- croft, $611.72; and Hulett $196.79. The ~pid growth o.f Gille,tte is evidenced in cigarette fund distribution figures. The ~o~vn received $6,542.77 in July. Only five ei, ties in Wyoming--Casper, Cheyenne, Sheridan, Laramie and ]~ock Springs -- received a larger a.motmt. Rawlins, Cody, Pdverton and Wortand are other ~yarnin,g c~ties ~hat received less. The cutthroat trout is a species native to Wyoming. e Prices at Boy y 31, August I an, OscarMayer Ham Salad Braunschweiger i im 24 Oz. Vermont Maid m 28 Oz. Shurftne 8 Oz. Kraft I I i laiO i Betty Crocker, Assorted Flavors Pre-sweetened ml i i OLD HOME m ~ mm m m m - - 2 for 75 4V~ Oz. Underwood 303 Del Monte 303 Del Monte 3 lb. Du,ncan Hines Buttermilk 6 Pack, Libby s 2V2 Size, Three Star i I i 4 cans Green, Seedless rapes Pound No. 1, U. S. New Red 10 Pounds Nestles 2 Pounds Friskies, Buffet Size 8 for Fresh Frozen 30 lb. Containers, 5 Parts Fruit, One Part Sugar 12 Oz. Shurfine'Frozen 3 cans 59 AMERICAN BEAUTY INSTANT- 1 lb. 2 for 89 SPECIAL MEAT CUT ORDERS Taken One Day In Advance e SUNDANCE