Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

Mrs. C.A. Jencks celebrated her 89th Birthday March 15th at her daughter’s home. She is one of the old pioneers in the community. She and her husband filed on a farm south of town in 1900. She has taken the Cheyenne Star as long as it has been published. Those attending were: Mr. & Mrs. Frank Bowers, Carol Ann & Doug Little, Mr. & Mrs. Louie Burrows, Mr. & Mrs. Oren Jencks, Mr. & Mrs. Bill Pasby, Terry, Tammy and Gary; Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie Jencks, Jackie and Windy, Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Whitney, Mr. & Mrs. Durlan Miller and Roy, Mr. Jim Wood and four daughters, and Mrs. Vern Jencks. The following is the results of the Spelling Bee held Thursday, March 19, in Cheyenne.

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Dan’s Cow-Calf Corner Beef Supply Chains Impacted by COVID-19

Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist — The cattle and beef industry, along with the rest of the U.S. and global economy is in uncharted waters with the coronavirus pandemic. There are many unknowns about the timing, severity and aftermath of the disease. For the beef industry, there are longer term questions about overall impact on domestic and international beef demand, with questions about a U.S. and global recession looming large.

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Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

Billy Harrison and Melvin Summers have filed as candidates for a place on the Board of Education for the Cheyenne School District. The place they seek is that of member to succeed Connie Fults who did not file for the position. Other members of the Board of Education for the Cheyenne School District are J.D. Wesner, Chairman; D.A. Moorman, Secretary; and Dale Tracy and W.C. Olson, members.

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Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

Jerry Cannon recently caught two big fish in a local lake. One weighed 2.5 pounds and the other weighed 5 pounds.

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Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

The Annual Sweetheart Banquet which is given by the Crawford Baptist Church is appreciation of the young people of the church and of the Cheyenne, Strong City, Durham and Reydon churches was held at the Crawford Gym, February 21st. Charles Gilliland, Debbie Gage and Christi Martin presented a program in song followed by the crowning of the newly elected King and Queen of 1970 Terrell Scroggins and Colleen Keahey. The outgoing King and Queen are Jim Barber and Karen Barber.

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Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

The Girls Basketball Team of the Reydon High School is just one step from berth to the State Finals. They won in the Loser Regional at Beaver Saturday. They had w 68-33 win over Ft. Supply and a 71-54 win over Turpin. They will play in Area at Buffalo on Thursday. Members of the team are Kay Yowell, Janice Smith, Marilyn Leonard, Nancy Hartley, Cheryl Montgomery, Linda Johnson, Sabra Harmon, Carolyn Leonard, Ann Churchill, Melvina Thurman, Jo Ann Scrivner and Barbara Manhart. Coach of the winning team is Mickey Kendall.

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Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

The Senior Boys of the Chey- enne FFA Chapter
have built and erected
a “Welcome to Chey- enne”
sign, south of town. The sign reflects the quality that a FFA member should
develop and possess. Members pictured with the sign
are R.C. Moler, Terry Kyle, Wendell Coots,
Phillip Hills, Dwayne Roark, Russell Calvert,
Dan Swartwood, Warren Lackey, David Denney, Wallice Kirk, Steven Rook and Buster Tidwell.

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Dan’s Cow-Calf Corner Cattle and Beef Trade: A Look Back and a Look Ahead

Derrell S. Peel, Oklahoma State University Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist — Beef exports in 2019 were down 4.4 percent compared to 2018. Exports were down year over year to most major destinations including Japan (-10.0 percent); Hong Kong (-24.7 percent); Mexico (-5.4 percent) and Canada (-10.6 percent). Among major markets, only South Korea was up 7.1 percent year over year.

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Cheyenne 50 Years Ago

Both the grade and high schools of Cheyenne won trophies in the 5-County Music Festival held in Hammon last week. Mrs. L.L. Males is Director of Music in the Cheyenne schools. Arapaho won the sweepstakes trophy and Leedey and Cheyenne tied for the first place trophy awarded to the outstanding high school choir. Cheyenne’s Grade School Choir won the trophy in the grade school division.

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Choosing the Estrous Synchronization Protocol Appropriate for Various AI Programs

Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State University Emeritus Extension Animal Scientist — Beef producers that use artificial insemination in their breeding program use estrus synchronization to better utilize their labor resources both during breeding and calving seasons. Choosing the synchronization protocol that best fits each individual situation is challenging because so many options are currently available.

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