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and Mrs. John Mahoney of have announced the en- and approaching mar. of their daughter Joan Lois Hill, son of Mr. and Hill of Lamoni, la. will be married Nov. AT'S tOOK N' of Foods and Health C. McAuley, Wyoming Extension Service something special for is fun all around -- ~or you to try something it's fun for your family Other morning, I sampled special, baked by a 4-H girl in her state I think you'U as much as I did. Ardythe the girl and "Breakfast is what she calls the make pie crust. Next add V2 C. currants and then the liquid -- V4 C. evaporated milk plus % C. water, or C. reconstituted dry milk, OR 1/2 C. scalded fresh milk -- to which you have added one egg yolk. Add the yeast-water mixture and stir until well blended. Re- frigerate this dough for 2 to 48 hours--- no longer. Now make the filling. Mix V4 C. butter, C. brown sugar, and I/2 C. finely chopped pe- cans. Divide the cold dough into two equal portions-- the smaller amounts are easier to work with. Roll one portion at a time into a 5-inch by 18-inch rectangle on a floured board. Better yet, use a floured pastry cloth. Work quick- ly-if the dough gets warm, it gets sticky. Spread each rectangle with half of the filling. Roll as you would a jelly roll, making an 18- inch roll of each portion. Place the rolls on a greased cookie sheet and cut into -inch slices. Working on one roll at a time, pull the first slice slight- ly toward the right and lay it flat. Pull the next slice toward the left and lay it down flat but overlapping the first slice a lit- tle. Pull the third slice to the right and the next to the left, azTanging them as you did the first two. Each roll will look something like a tea ring except it's straight instead of circular. Pop them right away into an oven preheated to 400 degrees and bake for 20 minutes--they don't need to rise. Frost the baked rolls with icing made this way: Brown 2 Tbsp. butter over low heat. Add 1 C. powdered sugar, 1 tsp. van- illa, and 3 Tbsp. evaporated milk or cream. Ardythe made these rolls even prettier by topping them with candied cherries and pineapple. rolls that she "invent- Sure, "Breakfast Jewels" are rich. If you're dieting, better yeast rolls, these rolls call in the neighbor ladies for kneaded- so they're coffee and rolls -- otherwise, anyone to make. Be- you'll be tempted to eat them all have a filling and anby yourself. Y take a while to make, good things often do. Stacker and Feeder n~ake the dough. Sprinkle kage of dry yeast or one over Y, C. lukewarm :mmmary ~d set it aside. all-purpose flour and For week ending Thurs., Sept. 1 e 2C. into a bowl. Add The total outgo of stackers sugar, tsp. salt, and and feeders from the Sioux City SOda. Stir aM mix. stockyards during the week end- Y4 C. butter, just as ing September 1 amounted to ahortening into flour to about 7,200 head,compared with F it c" * l Ul n t lr( ,)pel:lalS Sofa Beds I at thing Chair Sell Out at $145 His and Her Dressers $125 -- $220 -- $259 -- $269 New 3-4 & $24.95 -- $49 7-Piece Dinette Sets $84.95 5-Piece Dinette Sets $49.95 All Kinds of Used Furniture !ho~ne 54 Nights Spearfish, S. D. less than 4,100 head last week and 11,100 head during the same period l~ast year. This week slightly less than 4,000 head of stock steers averaged 737 lbs. and cost $23.17. Last weclq~ 1,925 head weighed 773 lbs. and brought $22.79, and during the same period last year 5,580 head averaged 739 lbs. and cost $27.35. The outgo of stacker and feed- er heifers totaled around 950 head. These cost $22.42 and av- eraged 601 lbs. Last week, 225 head of heifers weighed 652 lbs. and brought $20.88, and during the same period last year, 1,700 heifers tipped the scales to 613 lbs. and brought $26.08. The combined total of stock steer and heifer calves reached 875 head. These cost $24.90 and weighed 450 lbs. Last week 500 calves averaged 453 Ibs. and brought $24.14, and during the same per- lad last year, 2,125 head weigh- ed 427 lbs. and cost $32.16. "Jiggey" Smith of Casper was a visitor in town last Friday. Mrs. Roy Thompson was a vis- itor in town last Friday. Mrs. Russell Krause and John Schlattman spent several days last week in Golden, Colorado, taking treatments for arthritis. Mrs. Nena Suhr of Buffalo, Wyo., was a visitor in town Fri- day evening. She was on on her way to Hulett to attend the 40th day evening. She was on her ther Earl and wife, which was held in Hulett Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson's daughter and family, the Mahoney's. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Twiford attended the Fair in Douglas Friday, they were accompanied to Douglas by their grandson, Russy, who had visited them a couple days last week. Russy re- who accompanied friends to New- castle Friday. They will visit for a few weeks at the Waymire home. Mel Storm of Hulett was a vis- itor in town and Gillette Sunday. Sunday afternoon he attended the 60th Wedding Anniversary in Gillette of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Saunders. Word from Pearl Rathbun of Twin Falls, Idaho. She plans to leave Tuesday to visit relatives in California the next two months. LeRoy Engdahl of Casper vis- ited at the Harding home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Melton and three children of Burbank, California, were last Thursday over-night visitors at the Russell Twiford home. Mrs. Dorothy Twiford and Mrs. Rosa Vesser were visitors in Ra- pid City last Tuesday where Mrs. Vesser had a check-up at the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simpson and family and the Leonard McCull- ough family attended the Fair in Douglas last week end. After vacationing during July and August, Pythian Sisters held their regular meeting Tuesday evening with 16 members pre- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 15, 1960 sent. During the business meet- ing reports were read from Grand Temple held in Newcastle Aug. 25-26-27. After the meeting a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served by the the hostesses Mrs. Della Stewart and Mrs. Marie Waddell. Miss Ardis Schlattmen, Miss Dorothy Mellott and Miss Sherrill Fuller plan to leave this week- end to enroll in college at Chad- ran, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ripley were visitors in Belle Fourche Tuesday where Millard had a check-up. and Davis Motors Deadwood, $. D. LAWYER RANCHER VETERAN LEGISLATOR mained in Douglas to begin school which starts this week. Mrs. Merrill Waymire drove to Newcastle Friday and met Pal. Pal. Adv. their grand daughters Marsie and Wyo. Stoto Republican Central Comm., John S. Wold, ~:h~iman Nancy Borthwick of Cheyenne, , l ' i 'Enjoy Going to School Again? ! BORHOOD. REGARDLESS OF W, HETHER YOU ARE AN EXPERIENCED SEAMS- TRESS OR A NOVICE, CIRCLE SEWING SCHOOL HAS SOMETHING TO OFFER YOU. What better way to fulfill your need for knowledge and profitable leisure time activities than by learning to sew or by increasing your sewing knowledge and ability. A sewing machine is a complex machine which requires knowledge and training ) for proper operation. All too many times a seamstress is unable to receive adequate training and technical assistance, as a result she has a considerable amount of money invested in a machine which she does not utilize to the fullest extent. Circle Sewing School offers a chance for people of this area to learn how to adjust, service, and operate their machines properly as well as how to use the attach. ments and properly apply the most advanced and modern methods to their sewing. Circle offers a comprehensive 36 hour course which will be divided into 12 lessons as follows: 1. Fabrics 2. Sewing machine operation, adjustment and service. 3. Attaelunents - use 4. Seams, darts, tucks 5. Darning, mending, repairing 6. Measurements and patterns, pattern adjustment. 7. Laying out patteerns, cutting projects 8. Sewing projects 9. Alteration of garments 1.0. Remodeling of garments 11. Sllp covers 12. Curtains and drapes These lessons will be given over a six month period on a basts of one three hear lesson every other week. A FREE AND INTERESTING LECTURE ON FABRICS WILL BE GIVEN AT IOOF HALL, SUNDANCE, SEPT. 23 STARTING AT EIGHT P. M. A~ DISCUSSION OF THE CIRCLE SEWING COURSE WILL FOLLOW. THIS MEETING WILL DE- TERMINE WHETHER TiHE COURSE WILL BE OFFERED IN THIS COMMUNITY. BE THERE! CIRCLE ENTERPRISES-