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Extension O ce Notes by Wfllet Keyser Cattle Lice There are several insecticides that can be used in controlling lice. The insecticide to use in two treatment control is rotenone, i Other insecticides that might be used to kill the lice and a fairly high percentage of the eggs are chlordane, D. D. T., Methoxychlor, Benzene Hexachloride, Lindane, or toxaphene. Any of these in- secticides will do a good job of killing the lice in one treatment, however, they vary in their abil- ity to kill the eggs or to remain active until the eggs that are not killed hatch. A wetting agent such as sulphur, soap, or a deter- ~gent should be used to make the ingredients cling to the animals hair over a longer period of time. ~Formulas for mixing various in- secticides are contained in the new ~bulletin published by the Wyom- ing Agricultural Experimental Sta- tion entitled "Control Livestock Pests." This bulletin is available in the Extension Office. It pro- vides information on controlling other livestock pests that are com- mon to Wyoming. Fly Control Flies antagonize livestock more in the fall than in early summer. The extended warm, dry weather has lengthened the normal fly per- iod and thus increased the aggra- vation to beef and dairy cattle. Milk production can be improved by controlling the flies on the dairy cattle. Methoxychlor or lin- dane will do a good job of con- trolling flies in or around build- ings. Methoxychlor should be used in spraying dairy cows. Use one pound of 50% methoxychlor to 2 gallons of water or 1 pounds of Undane to 10 gallons of water for spraying buildings. Use one pound 50% methoxyi:hlor in ten gallons of water for spray- ing dairy cattle. Calendar of Events November 6: Earl Manehur, ag- ricultural economist. Discuss Out- look and Marketing in Sundance at 2:00 p.m. November 7: 4-H and F. F. A. Livestock judging in ~undance at sale barn. November 9: Northeastern Wyo- ming Hereford Association Show and Sale. November 14: l~tional 4-H Achievement Day. Beulah Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews left last week for a hunting trip in the 'retort mountains. Those accom- panying them were Hubert Ma thews, Tommy Gantt and Ernest Tedro from Spearfish. Mrs. Ma- thews was going to visit her sister at Thermopolis. Mr. and Mrs. Edsall Rogers are now employed at the John Crago ranch. Buck Courtney from Spearfish has finished installing a bathroom for Miss Anne Guidinger and is now building on a room for Junior Mills. The community extends their ! ] Complete.Repair | t Serviee | 1 All Makes | | Oldsmobile ~ GMC | ]For Those Tender Smoked Hams mid Baeoa nrJ~ ~ur ]~J De lmgODSKY Paekinz Co. For l'r~Ib~8 ml THIS DISPLAY OF DOLLS dressed in clothing of different kinds of cotton materials w.~s made by Inyan Kara Homemakers Club at the Crook County Homemakers Achievement Day in Sundance October 10. heartfelt sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hallinger who lost their mother Mrs. Stoughton. Mrs. Stoughton passed away Sunday night at her home in Belle Fourche. Death was caused by a heart attack about midnight Oct. 11. She leaves to mourn her pass- lng, her husband and three daughters, Mrs. Russell Whitlock of Spearfish, Mrs. Noble of Colo. and Mrs. R. B. Hallinger of Beul- ah, also six grandchildren. Fun- eral services were held Wednesday in Belle Fourche. Mrs. Donald Wendt and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman had dental work done in Belle Fourche on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman, Billy and Roger, visited last Sun- day at the Mark Holmes ranch near the Missouri Buttes. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Storm and Grandma Wright passed through Beulah on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Island left early Wednesday morning for Minneapolis, Minn. on a business trip. Ed Sidwell is taking care of ranch interests. They will go on to Wisconsin also. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Willard are visiting their daughter Bonnie and family in Connecticut. Mrs. Hubert Mathews is suffer- ing from a severe attack of sinus. She was taken to the Calvert hos- pital in Spearfish on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Richards are working at the Hubert Mathews ranch now. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews re- turned Friday night from their hunting and visiting trip. Mrs. Richards was called to the THE SUNDANCE Chas. Chatfield home Saturday Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 22, morning as it was thought the lit- tle Chatfield boy may have polio. [a brother of Ernest Smith, Billy and Roger Blakeman have lerly of Alva. been enjoying their pony they i Mrs Myrtle McClure is in purchased from R. D. Singleton [mopolis undergoing last week. i arthritis. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills and~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mathews Mrs. Bert Mathews went to Rapid| Willow Shrines and Miss 1~ City Saturday on business. [ Mathews a'tten-ded the Black Mrs. Wm. Reinhold and family] Centenmal Banquet in were looking after ranch interests] Fourche Saturday evening. near Beulah on Saturday. [ Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs. Roland Hallinger and Mark| took part in the Golden have been spending the week with Anniversary celebration of Mrs. Hal]inger's father, Mr. and Mrs. George Carr, near Stoughton at Belle Fourche, also lile. visiting her sister who was there from Colorado. Several in this vicinity have been ill with the flu the last week. Miss Myrtle Mathews from Tin- ton, S. D. was a Beulah visitor during the week. Mrs. Leo Crago and children and Seaman lc Wayne Hamilton were in Sundance at the 4-H Achievement day Saturday and also visited friends in Beulah that afternoon. Wayne has served sev- eral months in and around Korean territory. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tauck" are keeping the Island boys this week while their parents are away. Grandma Island is housekeeper !at the Island home at present. i Mrs. Bert Stump and family from Spearfish visited the Bert Mathews Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mills were ill with the flu on Sunday. The Gerald Blakeman family visited and were dinner guests of Miss Myrtle Mathews on Sunday at Tinton, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Smith from Latchstring Inn and the Smith's daughter and family from Rapid City were also after- noon callers there. Mr. Smith is Alva Mrs. Pearl Mahoney of Beach, Calif. and Mrs. Mary of Wheatland, Wyo. are their sister Mrs. Harry Davis family. Mr. Clarence Collins has enjoying having his father him. Beaver Creek Club met at home of Delia French. ladies, three little girls and babies were present. Mrs. Lulu Nielsen returned Denver where she had been ing her daughter and na Stultz accompanied her mother home. Mr. and Mrs. George Sundance were weekend the Merlin O'Haver home. 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