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/+ rite Black Hflls of Wyoming The 8madance Times, 8undance, Wyomlng Thursday, March 91, 1946. By Ted Kesting It is an inescapable fact that moil conservation gains are gains for Wildlife. + Among the soil and water con- practices that develop favorable for wildlife Protection of natural cover fire and grazing. Also, gully, streambank and wood- plantings are measures that Wild game and birds. Field field .borders, windbreaks Ponds supply food, shelter water. Practices to increase growth such as con- cultivation, crop rotation, strip cropping, cover and the planting of dl- terraces and field drain- likewise are effective in wildlife by providing and breeding areas. l~armers so far have organized than 1,400 soil conservation tn 45 states under state conservation district laws. are 775,000 acres, nearly half the farms in the nation. SOil and moisture censer- programs of farmers in districts are based on the of land. There are eight or standards for varying use that are determined by condition and type of soil, of erosion, and degree of Classes 7 and 8 are not for tilted crops or pasture. do serve a definite pur- These classes include eroded wet land, rocky spots and With a little attention, yle [d wildlife. Soil Conservation Service work with the dis- cooperation with Fish & Service, state conserva- tS, and national or- like the Izaak Walton and the National Audubon Together, they help main- and valuable wild- The three needs of wildlife--food, at 1 o'clock by our hostess. They shelter and water--are provided played until 4:30 and went to by landowners in soil conserva- their respective homes wishing tion districts. Improved and safe Mrs. Jennie Storms many more land use not only increases crops Happy Birthdays. and livestock production; game Mrs. Stager came out Thurs- also becomes more plentiful, day to oversee the ranch for a +The Hulett Branding Iron (Last Week) Walter Cheshier is getting along fine at hospital in Belle Fourche. Clarence and Oscar Pearson and Herb Bush were callers in Sun- dance Monday. Perry Roberts and Bob Coker were Sundance visitors Monday. The Legion and auxiliary had their regular meeting Saturday night Feb. 2. The grade school had a thor- ough cleaning and oiling Saturday and Sunday. Inez T. Davidson was taken to the W. B. Fowler home Tuesday to notarize some papers for Cleo Slaybaugh. She had not seen the Fowlers for several years a~d found them in pretty good health. Mr. Fowler is past 92 and able to be up and around and has gotten his second eyesight and able to read without glasses. It was a pleasure to see these dear old friends again. Don Borne came Tuesday on the Belle Fourche mail and sur- prised his parents. He has only a weeks furlough and has to leave Monday, Mrs. Hau.ber left Thursday for Belle Fourche to help care for Mrs. Agnes Engle who is in the hospital. The Durfee ladies of Sundance came in Thursday to help Mrs. Anna Durfee celebrate her birth- day. James T. Chittim and daugh- ters of Deadwood came up to the Hugh Davidson home Saturday and took Mrs. Davidson home with then] for a few weeks. MrS. Mildren Storm gave a bridge party Thursday to help Mrs. Jennie Storm celebrate her while, for Donald who has been here for a few weeks had to go back to the army for a while but will get out in a few months. Mr. and Mrs. Del,bert William- son and family of Sundance were visiting at the Davidson home Sunday and also called on a few friends. Mr. a~d Mrs. Jack Tate and Mrs. Hoben of Casper isited with Gee. Holben and father in Spear- fish a short time. Little Jimmie Huckins is hav- ing a tussle with the measles this week. Several from here attended the Donaldson sale the first week and reported everything brought a good price. The Homemakers club that was to give a program March 14 has postponed it until March 21st. Watch for further notice about it. Tom Durham and sister brought Grandma Cheshler home and will make their homes here in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Watts vfslted in town Saturday. Carl Johnson was a business caller here Wednesday. .x Seely A. C. Lee of Hulett visited his brother 01e on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ballou and children are living on Little Missouri at present where they are pasturing and feeding t]~.eir sheep. Mr. a~d Mrs. V. B. Ackerman and their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ackerman and Judy were Rapid City visitors the 8th, where they visited their son and brother J. E. Ackerman who is hospitalized following major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell,I Harry Scoggin, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jolley and family were among those from our vicinity who made a trip to Belle Fourche, the 9th. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Edsall are enjoying a trip tb Denver where they visit their daughter Miss Genevieve, and on to Texas to visit Mr. Edsall's relatives. Mrs. L. W. Osborn accompanied by Mrs. O. N. Lee made a trip to Belle Fourche on the 9th where both stopped and attended to busi- ness. They also visited Mrs. toe's daughter Miss Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stover, and others. Barbara, eight-year old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett David- son is very ill at the John Burns Hospital in Belle Fourche follow- ing an operation for ruptured appendix. During the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Davldson, who are with the little girl, Johnny John- son is caring for their ranch and Mrs. Marvin Dodd is teaching the Johnson school. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Pearson and Mr. a~d Mrs. Dick Ackerman were among the guests at the Scoggin and Youngberg nuptials in Belie Fourche on Sunday, Mar. 10th. The divide joins in wishing this happy young couple much Joy and success and welcome Mrs. to our midst, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. E. Jolley have returned from a trip of sever- al weeks to the west coast and we're happy to know Mrs. Jolley'e health is improved. Claude Heaton was a Belle Fourche business caller the 13th. Earlier in the week he and John Seely called in Sundance. E. J. Svoboda was a Hulett business caller Wednesday A. M. Mr. and Mrs. T. E: Tremble and son Lee Edward drove to Belle Fourche the 15th and remained o~ernight with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stover. x Mrs. A. N. Taylor went to Deadwood, S. D. Monday. She was driven there by Rev. Clayton. Mrs. Taylor has been tll the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson, C~r- lile, were in the county seat om business Monday. I Greasing High Pressure Greasing At All Vital Points 1.00 Proper greasing is In- dispensable and we have the necessary e- quipment, knowledge and materials. Let us perform this service for you. Chittim Motor - 8undance, Wyo. Phone 89 birthday. There were two tables stand to benefit from of players, and everyone had a T R J S C O growth of the district gr.and time. High score was won ~nt, because the appltca- by Grace Bush and low by Inez SOil conservation practices T. Davidson and Jennie Storm improvement of wildlife the guest and birthday gift. A naturally go together, delicious dinner plate was served CHICK ST.ARTER Get Yours NOW! . Seed Insecticide for WHEAT--OATS- BARLEY Our Trisco Chick Starter Is New and Fresh New Improved Ceresan- Formaldehgde Copper Carbonate for POTATOES Semesan 8el for CORN " Semesan Jr. DON'T FORGET! We Have Healthgunrd Respirators FOR YOUR PROTECTION Brown Drug Store FOURCHE, 45 + The Value of TR/$CO Chich Starter All TRISCO Feeds are prepared especially for this climate, and each ingredient in a TRISCO Feed is selected to fill a definite requirement. TRISCO Chick Starter Pellets and Mash contain all the materials needed to feed and raise chicks except for a small amount of grain. Our TRISCO Chick Starter has the ingredients which will help growth and development of skin, feathers, beak, claws, blood and tissues, and will hetp regu- late speed of growth and maturity. Start baby chicks on TRISCO Chick Starter Pellets or Mash. Have a supply on hand when the chicks arrive. + If the chicks have been shipped, they usually are old enough to start eating im- mediately upon arrival. If they have been called for at the hatchery, it is best to leave them in a box for ~4 hours in a room with temperature between 65 and 70 degrees. Belle Fourche, South Dakota Tri-Stote Millin9 Co.