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6 T,.S0n.,,er.,0S00o.y W.00o.00.y,ov 2, ,9,, /i>: i i J00i: ) i!ili Wheatgrass Barriers H Reduce E rosion A new tool for moisture con- mrvation and wind erosion ne- duction is available according to Jerry Jacoby, So{l Conaer. vatl Service District Cow servationiat, The Riehland Coun Great Plains Committee has adopted tall wheaigrass barrier estab- Iltfienent as a special practice m2br SCS' s Great Plains Cow servation Program. Research Scientists at U.S.D.A.'s S0ll and Water Con- tub'-ration Center at Sidney have succesmgully used double row tall wheatgrass barriers since 1964. !The measure effectively cmttrols soil blowing, reducing high particles in the air. Air borne soil particles have long been a concern under Montana' s nonirrigated agriculture. The barrier systems' improved moistare retention offers the state's farnrs options for more intensive cropping. Cropping more frequently than every other year will cov- er soil with vegetation a higher per cent of the time. More cov- er results in less erosive. Landowners have established the barrier s on over 7,O0O acre S of erosive soils In the Chotean County Soil Conservation Dis- trict this year. The extensive field applications make an ex- cellent study area to establish improved management guide- lines. ELMDALE- SPRINGLAKE - ENID AREA NEWS Amestoy Injured In Cycle Accident CONSERVING THE SOIL - The Richland County Great Plains Committee has adopted tall wheatgrass barrier establishment as a special practice under Soil Con- servation Services Great Plains conservation program. According to Jerry Jacoby, district conservationist at Sidney, research scientists at U. S. D. A.'s Soil and Water Conservation Center have successfully used double row tall wheatgrass barriers since 1964 to control soil blowing, thereby reducing high particles in the air, and also re- taining the ground's moisture. FRANCES STEPPLER Gene Amest, sonf Mr. and Mrs. Paul Amest, was hospi- taliged in a Blliingshoapitalfor a few days following a cycle - car accident Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Amest drove toBlllinga, Saturday and brought Gene home, Monday. Mrs. A1 sdiaar accmnpan- led her ace, Mrs. Bob Trae- ger, Culbertmv, to Mtsaoula last week ta get Mrs. Ruth Polo land who had the misformae of havtog a car accident while en to CulbertsorL They stop- peal at White Sulphur Spriogsen route home andMrs.Snedigar's datlghter, Mrs. Jack Feddea, and son, accompaniedthem for a visit through Thasgiving week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brai- da drove to Miles City, Tues- day, for a medical checkup at the eye clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irigoin, Gene, Tom and Leslie, return- ed from a trip to Great Fall& where they visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rahn, and family. The men also went elk h while there. The Friendly Homemakers Clab met at the lmme of Mrs. Dilne Prevost, Thtwsd. Their The 4-H Club held a basket social and card party at the Lambert school multi-p*arpose room, Saturday. Two work meetings were held by the 4-H Club at the Jim Bren- net* home Wednesday. One meet- ing was on sewisg and the ether on sign painting. The high school students that attended the Search at Glasgow a few weeks ago held a meeting at Sidney, Sunday afternoon. Smay visitors at the Ken- neth Klasna's were Mrs. Ber- tha Cm.neHa and Vlrg, Charley Creek. sunday dinner guests at the AI Snedigar's were Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Snedigar, Sidney, and Lld Florn. Evening call- er and overnight guestwasRuth Polland, Culber tson. Mat of this area attended fl luteflsk supper in Fairview, Saturday. Mtmdtty dinner guests at the Jim Valra's were Mr. aadMrs. Jack Dlgman and two soas, Bow- belles, N. D.;Mr. andMrs. Paul Fink and familY, Great Falls; Mrs. Murriel Spark, Boise, Idaho;, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pink and son, Lambert, and Bob Flnk. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller were Sunday dlmwr gue st s at the Myron Schow, Andes. Many attended the Lambert school play in Lambert, Friday. Mrs. Charles Amest, Mrs. Herman Keller and Frances Steppler attended the birthday Party for Mrs. Pim'ence Spew car, Mona, Saturday, Kathy Bldegaray# Mona s was a weekend guest  BrendaCar- da in observance of Brenda's birthday. Jule Burgess and Marilyn Thornton, Dickinson State Col- lege, spent the weekend visit- tug friends at Enid. Business callers in Fd one day last week were Lenerd San- ders, Lambert; Mr. and Mrs. Verne Vine, Vlda, and Lld GOW, Glerldive, Secial reminder- The two day cattle sale this Tlmnk . giving week is on Monday and Wednesday. This is the same as in the past and we will sell all classes both days. Youcanbring cattle in n Sunday for the Mon- day sale. This means that Hogs and sheep will be sold on Mow da at the usual time -- 10 a.m. and I p.m., with cattle before at 9 a.m. and at about 2 or 2:30 p.m. Columnist Cited Belvtna W. Berlin, former editor of theCulhertsonSearch- light, is listed in the 1971 vol- ume of "TWo Thousahd Women of Achievements,,, published in Loadon. Mrs. Berlin reviews western books for several pa- Pers in eastern Montana, i eluding the Sidney Herald. --- ] I Record cattle sales have been the style here the past few weeks, with runs of 6,000 to 6,800 bead for three weeks straight. The Nov. 11 and 12 sale totaled well over a mil- lion dollars -- which is a tee. ord. Cattle receipts through the llth totaled 101,880 head com- pared to 78,134 for the samepe- rind last year. Livestock demand remains very strong with prices on calves higher the last few weeks. As mentioned before, when ready to sell, be sure to give us a call so that you know what prices actually are. Stock COWS and bred heifers will be coming in from now on in larger numbers. We should have 100 choice bred Herefords and Charolais this week and, if problems arise, they will be in the following week. I Featuring: Don Husker 540 1960 Ibs. at 2 yrs. 5 too. - Sired by Don Husker .=co snHs The Herd Sires are from I. P. R, Herds Don Hu=ker 540 R.S. Valley Heir 20 TT Mark Command 622 Tremum Stake M28 Royal Promise Jr. WR, Prince 801 Britisher 8738 N.V. Hartland lOth 80 REGIsTERED BULLS FOR SALE AT RANCH OLIVER SHIPP HEREFORD RANCH 13 miles NE of Gle=gow on Air Be Road Ph. (406) 367-4117 North Glasgow, Mont. 59230 I[[ ..... Q FAIRVIEW DEMONSTRATION - This machine was demonstrated Friday after- noon at the Ralph Hurley farm, east of Fairview, by Crighton Distributors. The Hesston StakFeeder 60 is loaded onto the StakMover and when you get where you want to feed the stack, the hydraulically driven StakFeeder is engaged. The machine eliminates tearing bales apart for feeding, the Fairview Company noted. Mona-Charley Creek News FRANCES STEPPLER Mrs. Florence Spencer was honored on her 85th birthday when a group  ladies sur- prised her at her home, Satur- day. Prtny Schlenz and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hen left for Mimesota to attend funeral services for their brother-in- law, Ogle Anderson. Pete Ruffatto, Les Candee and Virg Candee hauled cattle last week. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Ranschen- doffer attended the Lambert school pl, Friday. Callers at Lillian Candee's, Tuesday, were Mrs. Henry Mil- ler, Mrs. Frank Sherman arK! Mrs. Kenneth Fuss. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolks- dorf took Mrs. Elma Clark to her home at LaPortage, Prairie, Canada, this weekend. Tuesday supper guests at the Henry Miller's were Mr. and Mrs. Bd Hardy, Falrview. Jim Baldwin, Culbertson, was an overnight guest of Tom Mil- ler, Friday. Forrest Brown, Poplar, aad Lld Flora were visitors at the Clyde Garten' s, Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the r Complete Automotive Reconditioning * Washing * Waxing * Upholestry Shampooing * Spotting * Cleaning and Painting Engines * Interior Cleaning o Free E stimates Pick up and Delivery Service Car Care Service Lou'iby .etUde: sT-aaoo,, wtn Mel Ranschendorfer's were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Willis, Mrs. Car- la Helland and daughters, Grace and Charity Johnson, Lambert. Sunday dinner guests at the Myron SChow's, Andes, were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Eldridge, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eldridge and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kel- ler. I I.lellal and Tom Miller accompanied the Culbertson creches and players toGlasgow to see the Bobcat basketball game, Satarday night. Mrs. Florence Spencer, Bruce and Le McColl(ml were Sunday dinner guests at the Cliff Sowles, Cherry Creek, in honor of Mrs. Speneer's and Clinton Sowles hirtndays. CeLl Steppler and Dean drove to Lewistown, Saturday, to get a load of corral poles. Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Schler and familY are visiting relstives and friends in Minnesota. YOUR .. ,- Feedlot Cattle Program Is Different... ....'hen you work it out with the man from Peavey. Peavey peol)le fit your needs from a variety of Peavey feedlot supplements and minerals, whether yo0r home- grown feeds are grain or silage, high-roughage or low roughage, corn or barley or something else. Peavey scrcices are made to fit your needs whether you're looking for pelleting, rol|ing, grinding, mixing, roughage testing or custom formulation. Growth .timulants in Peavey SUl)l)lements are fitted to your I)rogram. wiether youre looking for Stilbosol 15', faster gains,. M(]A 11 ', extra gains for heffeJ, or other lU*oved feedh)t additives. Peavey heahh-protec(iug products are as up-to-date as tomorrow with Peavey Cattle Conditioner ,fast adjustment to feedlot.. Aureo-S-700 12 lbs. extra the first 28 days.. Peavey Cattle Wormer ,TBZ,. Ruelene and Co.ral grubbers. Bar.3 and othms. We fit these t)roducts and services to your plan. How does this compare with your present feed supplier for services, products, and personal attention to your needs? We're booking now. . can get it it from Peavey |t -- NE)V NOTES from County Extension A By Ellis r: Williams and Sylvia Westiake Montana State Univers=ty, Bozeman Cooperative Extension Service The national wage - price Ereeze apparently has lowered interest rates on the money markets, according to the Farm Credit Administration. Banks for Cooperatives and Federal Intermediate Credit Banks in July paid 6.125 and 6.25 per cent for six - month aad nine-month money, report- ed Robert Bucher, Extension Service farm managementecon- omist at Montana State Uni- versity. These banks on Nov. 1 paid 4.85 and 4.95 per cent for the same kind of money, Bucher said. In July land banks sold 15- month bonds at 6.5 per cent and 51 - month bonds at 7.2 per cent. In October they sold 33-month bonds at 5.85 per cent and 72 - month bonds at 6.35 per cent. Bucher said the Farm Cred- it Administration expects ad- ditional, small declines in cost of interest in the first part of 1972. THINK TAXES Farmers andranchers should "think taxes" throughout the year to obtain the maximum in- come after taxes. However, more thotht is giv- en to income taxes near the end of the tax year, which for most people is the endofthecalendar year. Farmers and ranchers who are approaching 65 should cow sider postponement of income unfit they reach that sge in or- der to take advantage of the double personal exemption. They should keep retirement in mind, however, because they may wish to maintain income near maximum to insure the greatest allowable Social Se- curity benefits. Many farmers and ranchers should plan upon greater in- come from rents, dividends, in- terest and pensions whichquali- fY for refirementincome credit. This tends income tax paid. PROTECT AGAINST Hogs ered hardy However, they are tacked hY which can reduce ! and mange mites. Treatment is now with sprays taln control. Miticides and which contain fltion or toxa five for both lice when mixed and directed. CALENDAR NOV. 25-- NOV. 29- tension Office, keOng Committee: Nov. 30 -- 44I Committee brary at 7:30 p., CHRISTMAS GIFT from WEBBER00 Colorful Headboard with Bedspread ,o Match s39's 5x8 ft. Nylon Carpet for Bathroom $2150 While 27x52 in. Wall Pi q3 's Also Picture Frames For Boston R, Maple )42 '= Plate Glass Door Mirrors q9so 4 Rolls Shag C arpd 5 5 sq. yd; 5 pc. Di Bunk Beds Maple, Walnut and Steel Card Tables with 4 Chairs $ $@ UNPAINTED FURNITURE Chests, Dressers, Desks and Boc Table Lamps I 0 % to 15% o,=oo0000 Chain Lava Attractive Col0 and Prices SPORTING GOODS DEPT. Sweat Suits Blue and Grey =7,, Basketball Oxfords ab Pumas, Converse, Addidas, NBA and Grips Rawlings Basketballs and Footballs Ram Golf RESALE DEPT. Dining Room Table and Chairs Electric Dryers ............................... Eleeh'ie Range. ............. . .................. Electric Range Hood ...................... Hide a bed IS0fa Bed - .'" eoeoooe oeoo o oeoooo o o eoe eeee Rollaway ....... . ........................ ."" 2- 1 8:15 ' _ " 9 Fzrestone Snow T zres wlthWheel Easy Pay Plan at WEBBER'S 1"/, Caving Charge