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October 31, 1957

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AT'S OKIN' Cookery hour, or until meat and rice are done. Baste occasionally during the cooking period. Garlic bread and tossed salad go well with these rice-onion-tomato chops. Mincemeat 2 lbs. cooked venison, antelope or elk, chopped fine; 4 lbs. chop- have a wonderful time hunt- ped apple; 2 lbs. raisins; 4 cups this time of year....and wives either brown or white sugar; three to wonder how they're ever fourths Ibs. chopped suet or but- to use up all that game in ter; teaspoon cloves; 1 tea- their family will like. spoon mace; 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg; a suggestion for a meal- 2 teaspoons salt; 1 and tea- that's easy to prepare spoons cinnamon. Add cider to good to eat. You may have cover. If cider is not available, use -~ it with pork chops, but it's fruit juices or water with cup With wild meat, too. vinegar (try using leftover crab- ~la 1-inch chop, or serving- apple or peach pickle syrup). 'Pete of steak for each person. Sweet fruit juices reduce the a- ~a on each side and season mount of sugar required. Cook salt, pepper and herbs. Mar- very slowly until the fruits are .~, basil, or rosemary would be tender (about 1 hour). This will ~1 herb choices.Leave the keep if processed 60 minutes at 10 ~s in the skillet pounds pressure. Put in either '~ each' chop with rice (about pint or quart jars and seal. May ~ third cup per chop);, put a be frozen. king several chops, "you may Su~Jlmary d ~aore liquid than the juice cthe tomatoes. You could use Week Ending Thurs. Oct. 24 ~o juice, tomato soup, celery The combined outgo of stocker P, bouillon, or tomato paste and and feeder cattle and calves con- tr. tinued to expand seasonally dur- ~0Ver tightly and simmer for an ing the period ended October 24 13 ight I "I r 0 . ;nd 11 m Coddington Virgin Wool JACKETS & SKIRTS i Plaid Jacket , Pla,n Skirt hop the Corner Spearfish, 8. D. with the increase count supplied of $15.14. THE SUNDANCE TIMES by around 33 percent more calves. More than 9,900 steer and heifer Sundance' Wyo. oct. 28, 1957 Total numbers of all classes in the calves brought an average price of countryward movement was little $25.15 and weighed an average of changed from last year but includ- 381 lbs. Last week nearly 6,400 year ago more than 10,800 calves ed fewer calves, about the same calves sold for $24.05 on the aver- sold at a price average of $18.82 number of heifers and a larger age with the weight 386 lbs. A with the weight average at 380 lbs. showing of stockers and feeders. With all classes combined, around 24,300 head moved to farms and feedlots compared with 21,550 last A MODERN FOOD week and around 24,400 last year. Nearly 10,000 stocker and feed- er steers sold at an average price of $22.03 with the average weight C/TI/'~ ~)L-/ at 698 lbs. compared with nearly ) [ ~ J] ~ 10,500 head last week that aver- "~ ..... aged 706 lbs. and cost $21.77. A year earlier nearly 8,200 steers ~. scaled 686 lbs. at a price average of $18.06. Around 2,200 stocker and feed- r~sqP 4p~ir~4pPID 4~ er heifers sold to farmers and feed- ~ EqF~w~ J~m ers with the cost average $19.59 I~' VI~V V and the weight 604 lbs. Last week nearly the same number of heifers ....... ~ ~2 ~t,o ith ~he ~-~ t roeeries, Meats, l rults, Vegetables, Bakery floods ...... o ........ nails i average $19.39 while a year ear- ~" ........ ' ...... lier more than 2,300 heifers aver- aged 617 lbs. at an average price ~ ~ ~ / ! Nothing Newer In ,he World i! 58 F RD i, 1 ...... ii~i!i ~:::' F:~!/ii:~!~ i!i: g~. ' 1 { C / | ( SWEEPING STYLING CHANGES ARE APPARENT IN THE 1958 FORD CAR LINE. The Fsklane ~00 ) Town Victoria (right) and Fairiane Club Victoria (left) share with all new Fords such dramatic styling changes u new / safety dual headlights, corrosion-proof anodized aluminum grille, power flow hood, slip stream roof, aulptured inverted V trunk lid and twin safety taillights. Engineering and design advances include new engines, new Cruise. t ( O.Matfc transndsslon and optional Ford.Aire suspension. The new Ford car line will be on display at Ford dealer. ~ .hipo on Novemher 7. / ' I.'O~ING N~')V, .7 / ! ~,al~ttetoS. eett,eCar .1,~ / .,,,,:wwo~,.osA,.,,:~o s.,.,.,.,,,,,o / dr I[I dr )1 , I ~, ,, ~!', t ii 1 1 1