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EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD The Rev. Stanley aiver, Vicar Worship Services - 9:30 a.m. Sunda. . Sunday school - 9:30 a.m. unday. CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. John Wright Mass schedule: St. Anthony's Upton, Sunday, 8:30 a.m. St. Paul's Sundance, Sunday, 11 a.m. St. Patrick's, Moorcroft, Satur- day, 5 p.m. Confession before Sunday mas- ses at any time. LUTHERAN CHURCH Stephen Grumm, Pastor Mr. Calvary Lutheran Church Sundance Worship Service - Sunday, 9 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class - 10 a.m. Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Moorcroft Sunday School - 10:15 a.m. Worship Service- 11:30 a.m. SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Myron W. Taft, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Worship services, Saturday, 11 a.m. Prayer meeting, Tues. day, 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Frank Gunter Church Services - Sunday, 9a.m. Sunday School - Sunday, 10 a.m. b'UNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Arnold LaRue, Pastor Sunday school - 9 a.m. Sunday worship services. 10 a.m. Eve- aing worship - 7:30 p.m. Omega for Youth - 6:30 p.m. Bible study, and prayer for ad- ults, Omega Key Club for youth- Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF aHtisT sity agricultural engineer, says never be reduced to the point Tree Growth Surpasses Use . Earl Shaw, Preacher it is often a good idea. that it is under strain, Smilie Only 30 years ago, the United Sunday - Bible study, 10 a.m. Tests in both Germany and the says. This overloading can in- States harvested 20 percent more Worship services and commun. United States have proven this. crease repair costs and can off- trees than we grew each year. ion, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednes. Let us say, for example, that you set the gains from efficient en- Today, we grow 61 percent more day services, 8 p.m. have an implement that requires gine speed control, wood than we harvest. Early Weaning Reduces Farrowing Interval Early weaning of baby pigs and mating the sows five to six days after weaning has proven successful in tests at Iowa State University. Recommendations to further the success of early sow breeding have been suggest- ed. D. J. Myers and V. C. Speer of Iowa State conducted a study with 250 sows in an 18-month period. In the past it had been recommended to delay breeding sows until 25 to 26 days weaning. More than 80 percent of the sows were mated in five to six days after weaning. Lit- ters with normal size and weight were farrowed in 70% of the sows from the mating five to six days after weaning. Recommendations are made by the ISU researchers: Sows should be individUaly penned af- ter weaning; hand mating sev- eral times during the estrus peri- od is desirable; and the sows should be held in individual pens after mating for approximately a week before grouping with sows. Weaning the pigs at three weeks of age or later is recom- mended. Weaning earlier than this will likely reduce the next litter size farrowed by the sow. Big Tractor Pulls Small Load Economically A farmer with a 100 horsepow- er tractor often finds that some of his work forces him to use this big tractor to handle a load that could be done with a 40 horsepower machine. Although this sounds inefficient, Joseph L. Smilie, Louisiana State Univer- See us for all your natural protein feeds. We are now making a 20% and a high-energy 38% for the lowest price in the area. We can also make you a corn cake with or without synthetic protein. Ask us for a price on a 2-way haul. We haul feed to your place and bring back your grain. Check with us--WE'LL GIVE YOU A DEAL ON HAULING YOUR GRAIN BACK. Before you buy your feed, check with us. COME IN THE COFFEEPOT IS ALWAYS ON 605/892-3956 Belle Fourche, S. D. 40 horsepower to operate it, and you have the choice of using either a 60 or a 100 horsepower tractor. Fuel consumption for a 60 horsepower tractor averages 4.2 gallons per hour. Fuel con- sumption for a 100 horsepower tractor averages 5.4 gallons per hour. But the larger tractor, op- erating at only 60 percent power, will pull the same as the smaller tractor and at this power rating will use only 3.4 gallons per hour- a savings of a gallon of fuel. The fuel consumption ratios will be about the same for both diesel and gasoline-powered tractors, Smilie says. :, Also, he adds, by'using, the tractor more hours you will be lowering your fixed costs per hour - part of the variable cost of operating a farm. The speed of an engine should __ IL: .......... Ford Lincoln Mercury Ford 4WD Pickups ON HAND WHEN YOU buy a new Ford YOU have "A Better Idea" SPECIAL ORDERS - Delivery in about 30 days on any Ford, Lincoln, Mercury or Ford truck. EXCELLENT SELECTION OF GOOD USED CARS AND PICKUPS - SOME IN HULETT. SEE - ALBERT NEIMAN Authorized Salesman for Stockmen's Motor Co., Gillette, Wyoming Ph. 467-5735 Hulett, Wyo. I i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 SUNDANCE, WYOMING IN FRONT OF THE SUNDANCE SCHOOL BEGINNING AT 11:30 A:M. SPONSORED BY TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY--WE WANT TO SEE ALL OUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS THERE. MISS RUTH FROLANDER YOUR AGENT 25 YEARS Ph. 283-3582 or 283-2885 Sundance