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March 5, 1953

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Extension OtFlce Notes Calendar of Events March 7--Crook County 4-H Council Meeting. March 7-15--National 4-H Club Week. March 14---Crook County Home- makers Council Meeting. March 20-21--Tractor Clinic in Newcastle. April 9-10-11--Recreation School in Sundance. Hay 4---Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Bull sale. ]Pine Needles Some Crook county ranchers are losing cows and calves from pine needle consumption. This loss can be prevented by moving the tows from pastures that have pine needles accessible to cattle. Ranch-. ers who have lost some livestock ~ave stopped the trouble by changing pastures. ~ate 4.H Council Meeting Sixty-three 4-H leaders from 19 @f Wyoming's counties attended the 14th annual state 4-H Leaders' ,~hortcourse and Council meeting last week. Among projects of the state 4-H Council during 1952 was a sub- I~'iption program that raised over :$600 to aid in building a National 4-H Club Center in Washington, D. C. That campaign safely ex- ceeded the $500 quota set for Wy- eming. A new 4-H districtuthe central ~d_]l become the fifth Wyoming l district. It will consist of Fremont, l~atrona, Carbon and Converse ~ounties. Other districts are made up of the four corner counties and thwe adjacent to them. I~legates voted to raise county' council assessments to the state council by 50 percent in order to 1 P provide larger funds for such ac- tivities as the International Farm Youth Exchange project. Clubs are to be assessed 15c per mem- ber instead of 10c as in previous years. In its resolution, the council in- corporated the civil defense pro- gram as a part of the Wyoming 4-H Club Health and Safety activ- ity program, and also voted for more leader training meetings throughout the state. Nearly 5,000 4-H club members enrolled in 7,200 projects in 28 different lines of 4-H club work last year. 4-H projects ranged from livestock management to clothing and foods for future homemakers, ranchers and farm- ers. Aladdin Mr. and Mrs. Bud Voss visited Art Pattinson's Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson and children and Claudette Miller vis- ited Sunday at the Henry Voss home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Voss visited at Verle Wagner's Sunday eve-i ning. Frank Pearson and Bud Voss are hauling hay from Arpan. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Fruit visited at the Pearson home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Fruit made a trip to Belle Fourche Friday af- ternoon for their son Vernon. YOU NANE IT Monday, March 2. Snow, wind and more snow. The county snow plow removed some snow from the Rifle Pit roads on Tuesday, Feb. 24. Alex Smith's, Alfred Howes' and Palmer Hegge's came out on Wednesday with chains and some shoveling. Wednesday night Palmer Hegge's and Marry Osgard's went to church board meeting at Sundance then Hegge's stayed for the night at Osgard's as the Rifle Pit road had drifted in badly on Wednesday afternoon. A card form Mabel Vines at Phoenix says they are enjoying the warm weather and had visited Registered Hereford Bull Sale Friday, March 13 20 Registered Hereford Bulls, 2 years old this spring, consigned by the Coal Creek Hereford ranch of Ed Evans and son, Gillette, Wyo. Bulls are sired by Shoshone Domino 23rd and Shoshone Domino 5th. 12 Registered Polled Hereford Bulls from the John Rice herd of Sheridan, Thompson's, Chas. Guidinger's, George Ripley's and George Howes' in Phoenix. Myron Goodson's went to Spear- fish on Friday to get Penny from school. Vernon Semsey's came out on Saturday with the tractor as far as the highway and then their car to town. The blizzard closed roads on Saturday so no one was able to go to Farrall to the community square dance. PROPER FEEDING ~trELPS BOOST CALF CROP Laramie--Proper feeding is es- sential to assure your breeding herd adequate nutrition for grow- ing a large crop of healthy, vigor- ous calves, according to Extension Livestock Specialist Tony Fell- hauer. He says heifers marked for next summer's breeding herd need a balanced ration that will help them put on 3-4 to a pound a day. To calve successfully as 2-year- olds, heifers must weigh about 700 pounds at breeding time, Fell- hauer explains. An ideal winter- ing ration for a 500-pound heifer is all the good quality hay she can eat---about 12 to 15 pounds a day--and from 1 to 2 pounds of a concentrate such as oats. If the hay is only average qual- ity, add 2 or 3 pounds of oats or 1 to 1% pounds of high protein concentrate to each heifer's daily ration., Younger cows--2 and 3 years old--calving this winter or spring need a more nutritious diet than older ones..Young cows now with calf may miss breeding this sum- mer and reduce next year's calf crop unless you separate them from the herd and give them the extra ration they need to build their own bodies and nourish their unborn young. NO rICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 4th day of March, 1953 Elmer V. Jensen and Lillian R. Jensen filed an application for a Retail (SEAL) Liquor License in the office of the Dated Feb. 24, 1953. Clerk of the City of Sundance, for March 5-12-19-26. the following described place and premises, to-wit: Lot 12 in Block 13 of the THOMPSON Original Town of Sundance Co. and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such li- cense will be heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 6th day of April, 1953, in the City Hall. (Signed) Marion Thompson, City Clerk (SEAL) Dated March 4, 1953. March 5-12-19-26. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of February, 1953 (one) James McClure filed an ap- plication for a Retail Liquor Li- cense in the office of the Clerk of the County of Crook for the following described place and premises to-wit: One Story Frame Building situate on Lot 8, Block 5, Town of Beulah, Crook County, Wy- oming. and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such li- cense will be heard at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M. on the 7th day of April, 1953, in the Commissioner's Room, Court Itouse, Sundance, Wy- oming. THE SUNDANCE Stmdanee, Wyo. March (Signed) Francis County Complete Service All Makes Oldsmobile m GMC Spearfish, S. D. Dr. Wallace P. Wildermuth OPTOMETRIST Eyes examined Glasses Telephone 66 146 W. Illinois Spearfish, S. D. Spearfish Office 9 to 5, Tues., Thurs. Saturday Homestake Hospital Hours 9 to 5, Mort., Weds., Office Phone 66 Res. Phone 66R2 C. F. MORSMAN, M. D. Diagnosis, Medicine, Radium Hot Springs, So. Dak. Wyo. All 2-year-olds this spring. The ,~ i JOhn Rice bulls need no introduction. ~ " We also have 30 or more good Hereford stock cows i consigned in one consignment, nearly a carload of Briny Marlin Spring Coats Angus cows in one consignment, several bunches of good Hereford calves, both heifers and steer calves. Be with us on the above date if in the market for good bulls or stock cattle, as we expect a large sale if weather l)ermits. I W e have prairie hay and alfalfa for sale. Gillette Livestock Exchange H.F. and DeLoss Hockett, Owners and Operators Gillette Wyoming All Wools $37.50 to $44.50 Other Styles Sundance Upton Durt:ee's "Everything to Wear" $15.95 to $32.50 I