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grees) for 20-25 minutes. Raw vegetables fit in with the informality of an outdoor meal, and they can double for salad. You might include radishes, to- mato wedges or tiny whole to- matoes, as well as strips of dill pickles and green and ripe olives. To keep the relishes crisp, pack them in crushed ice in a plastic container with a tight-fitting lid. You can serve them in the bed of ice after you have drained off the water. Tossed salads can be made ahead and kept cold until meal time. Keep the salad dress- ing in a separate jar and add just before serving time. Fresh fruit makes a perfect dessert for outdoor meals. Noth- ing says summertime as well as watermelon. You can serve it cut into wedges. A centerpiece of fruits in season is also an easy dessert. Add cookies or wedges of cheese for a heartier dessert. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Aug. 4, 1966 Dick Conzelman Finishes Basic San Diego -- Seaman Recruit Dick D. Conzelman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Conzc/- man of Devils Tower, has been graduated from seven weeks of Navy basic training at the Naval Training Center here. In the first weeks of his naval service he studied .military sub- jects and lived and worked under conditions similar to those he will encounter on his first ship or at his first shore station. Typewriter Ribbons - The~Times typewriter Ribbons - The Timer rypewriter Ribbons - The Tlme~ of the Horse Creek wrestle with a post the rodeo Crook County Fair- grounds in preparation for the Crook County Fair and Rodeo. (I to r) Larry Davis, Newcastle, who is home on furlough from OF FOODS Wands Walton, of Wyoming Nutritionist special occasions barbecue or porch picnic! An outdoor meal enables everyne to enjoy the day's festivities, including moth- er. The children can help with preliminary preparation -- set- ting the picnic table and serving the appetizer. Handling of the outdoor fire and cooking of the main dish may be dad's respon- sibility. Whatever the main dish --hamburgers, steaks, broilers, kabobs, or fish - plan to include a vegetable or two. Roasted corn-on-the-cob in Vacation With Peace-Of-Mind RIDE ON GIANT ROADMASTER TIRES premium tire that hogs the road better be- Jse it gives more road contact in the shoulder of the tire. Study the construction of the You'll understand why it's a safe, tire. 7-Rib Continental Wrap-Around Tread Holds road better because of contact Poly-Diene Tread Resists cracking, tearing, chipping Tread 20% Deeper, 10 Wider More rubber on the road it ell times Precision-Grooved Tread Edges Eliminates squeal on dry pavement. Cuts down slickness of wet pavement. Low-Profile Design Gives greater lateral stability; mere positive braking traction. the Navy; Bob Wenande, treasur- er of the Horse Creek club; Del- bert Jones, employee of Wenan- de, and Gene Shannon of Rocky Point. aluminum toil is a real treat. Husk and remove silks from freshly picked corn. Spread with butter or margarine, season with salt and peper and wrap well in heavy duty aluminum foil. To grill corn out-of-doors over hot coals, allow 15-25 minutes or un- til kernels are slightly brown. For a porch picnic, you can ar- range corn in a shallow pan and roast it in a hot oven (400 de- To Crook County Voters Your support in the upcoming primary and general elections will be highly appreciated. And, ! want to thank county residents for their support and cooperation in previous elections and in helping me carry out the re- sponsibilities of my office. Henry'Oudin, Republican Candidate for Sheriff of Crook County Fortunately, the area now has additional sources of water., and a little water right now can make a whale of difference on that second cuff- ing of alfalfa. If you're thinking of introducing irrigation into your operation, get set up this summer so you can go to work as soon as necessary next year, (Pictured Above) ELECTRIC-DRIVE CONSTRUCTION " MACHINERY IRRIGATION PUMP Will teke cere of 1/2 mile of sprinklers. _Eeaily moved. Steens made the trailer and asse~ ed the pump. It's operation ceats -- about 60 cents an hour on REA. FARMERS AND RANCHERS- NOTE -- Our FEED MILL will be closed down for repairs until some time in August. We're puffing in a new grinder. When we're going again, we'll be able to do a better job for you and handle a larger capacil"y. ST Ph. 892-3956 Belle Fourche, S. D.