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;, PIRIT OF TEFFERSON raptures ADVOCATE 8--A THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 19;59 For developing a dairy herd to ton. ~, yearly production average of 400 ~r more pounds of butterfat dur- ing 1,957, dairymen in 13 West Vir ~Inia counties were honored Tues- day evening during the 38th an- nual meeting of the West Virginia Dairymen's Association at Jack- son's Mill. The Association's an- nual meeting was held in conjun- :orion with the lath annual West ~trginia University Dairy Short Course at the State 4-H Camp. ~ According to W. L. (Bi}I) Nor- ~rn, Extension dairymen at U back in 1940 only 12 di- ns were given ~.s compared to ~, this year. "Not, only are Our ~try +herds getting better, but ~,ey are getting larger", Nor,thern ~mmented in announcing .the ]~ational Honor Roll diploma win- ~ers. .... The awards were made on be- half of The Purebred Dairy Cattle Association which is made up of The American Guernsey Cattle ~lub, The American Jersey Cattle lub, The Ayrshire Breeders As- Soclation, The Brown Swiss CattJle Breeders Association, and The Hol ~eln-Priesian Association of Arn- ica. "- Diplomas went to these her~ :~wners: ..... Doddrldge-L. C. Nicholson, Sal- ~Greenbrier-S. M. & Amos Combs ~ewisburg; Nettle Jackson, LeWiS /~urg; Earl Kidd, Lewisburg; ~rank McClung, Ronceverte and ~arles Rodgers, Ronceverte. ~Harrlson-W. T. Law & Son, [h'ldgeport; Willis H. Poling, West Milford; John N. Fetty, Lost Creek ~d Charles J. Hines Lumberport, ~+ Jefferson. Abner Hockensmith, ~enandoah Junction; W. O. f.3oyd Charles Town; H. K. Moler, Bhepherdstown and Win. E. WaN ker, Harpers Ferry. Lewis-Mrs. Bertha Nay, Jane ~,~w, and Richard J. Crontn, Jane '+Mason-Jones and Jones, Ft. l[~):easant; Otmer Lieving, West Col ~d~bia, and Lester Jordan, Jr., Gal ~its Ferry. ~.~onongaIia-West Virginia Uni- ~ty, Morgan,town. ~i~1"onroe-C. D. Campbell, Union, Q~l~Henry Atkins, Union. ~l~lo-C. E. Hicks, West Alexan- ~+ ~Pa.; Lloyd Holmes, Elm Grove ~'~ ~. Miller, West Alexander, Pa., .__~r~cl Strawn, West Alexander, ~.~d J. W. Wl}helm, Elm Grove. Hubert Callison, +~: l~'eston-Thomas & Gibson Farm Bran~donville; ~olfe Bros., Mason ~own and L. P. Dennis, Brandon- ville. ) U~p~hur-Tracy Phillips, Buckhan ~on; Harry C. Summers, Jr., Buck harmon and Sadie Pearl Cayton, Buckhannon. '++ Wood-W. R. ~gelow, Washing- REMEMBER:---YOU ALWAYS Pa.-Wm. H. Hutchison, West A1 exander, Pa. .... I II I / I r The quotation.s of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales ,at Charles Town Monday, Feb. 23, 1959. Receipts of hogs, calves and cat tie heavy with a good demand for all cattle calves and hogs. Feature of sale was choice steers top $28.50. Choice butcher steers 28.00 ~o 28.60; good butcher steers 25.00 to 27.00; ,plain to medium steers 23.00 to 25.00; choice butcher heifers 26.00 to 26.75; good butcher heif- ers 23.00 to 25.00; plain ,to medium heifers 18.00 to 22.00; good bulls 23.00 to 24,75! plain to medium bulls 20.00 ,to ,22.50; commercial cows 20.00 to 20.75; utility cows 18.50 to 19.50; canners and cut- ters 18.00 down; cows by the head up to 203.00; stocker and feeder steers 25.00 to 30.00; stock hiefers and bulls by the head up to 150,00 Choice to prime calves 36.00 to 38.50; good butcher calves 30.00 to 35.00; medium b~tcher calves 25.00 to 29.00; thin +calves 24.00 down,; heavy calves 25.00 to 34.00; Lambs good up to 21.25; lambs reed. 19.75;~ ,butcher ewes 9.00 down; stock ewes per head up to l 18.00; Good butcher hogs 16.50 to 17.- 00; mediu,m butcher hogs 16.00 to 16.50; heavy butcher 'hogs 18.00 to 17.00; ,butcher so~s 13.75 to 15.50; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs 18.00 ~o 17.25; shoats per +hundred 24.25 down; pigs ,per head 12.50 down; heavy boars 9.50 to 12.00; stags 12.00 down; sows and NOW, WHILE OUR PRICES ON FIN E FOODS AND GROCERY VALUES ARE LOWER THAN EVER! HURRY IN AND SEE WHAT YOU SAVE ON ALL THE FAMILY'S FAVORITES! .... SAVE MORE AT .... WI B, i MAIK T I +1+. none +ock 12.o0 +o "-i ,,:oo Always You All of A. M.-IAvestock sa~es 1:30 P. 0M'. e~ch Monday. Spring ca~tle Calf sale April 13. ~, Your Your Car Cub ScoutsDen 6 Visit PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Newspaper Plant Tues. , I II I I I' I '1 T SIx members of Den 8, Cub i i i ! )CJ z 8cottts Pack No. 23, along with ) their Den Mother, Mrs. Earl Man uel, v~sited the offices ~f the Jeff: erson Publishing Co., Inc. Tues- day afternoon. They were taken on a tour of the news, paper arrc~ Z prin~ing plan, t under the direction of Russell Miller who explained the various phases of prin, ting ~the IV newspaper as well as much about M"AWELL HOUSE COFFEE commercial printing, i ~N. c.~c. ~,.,~,,,, BOSCUL COFFEE--5C Off LUZIANNE COFFEE - - . Having Rented Our Fmrm and Discontinuing Farming, I will sell at Cherry Hill Farm. 1 mile North of M~rlowe, l- mile South of Williamsport Bridge, on Route No. 11, on SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M~ FARM MACHINERY TWO FERGUSON TRACTOKS in good condition with good rubber; Ferguson cultivator with fertilizer attachment; Fer- guson disc harrow (7-it. pick-up tyPe); 2-2-12 in. Ferguson plow; Ferguson harrow, 8-ft. pick-up type; Ferguson mower, 7-ft.; Ferguson side rake, on rubber; Ferguson fertilizer spreader, on rubber, pick-up type; Ferguson manure loader with bucket; Ferguson rear-end g~ader; Ferguson dump-bed 3-pt. hook-up; Ferguson tractor jack; Ferguson tra~tor pul- ley; InternattonM 13-7 tractor drill on rubber (metal box): Internl~tional corn planter with fertilizer attachment, 3-pt. hook-up; International m~nure spre~ler, on rubber; rubber tire wagon; 7-ft. pulverizer, Sears-Roebuck elevator on rub- ber with electri~ motor, 26-ft.; a-hole hog feeder, 4-hole hog feeder, 2-hole hog feeder, hog waterer with eletric heating element; tractor ra~lio, tractor umbrella, heating cab for trac- tor, s~ws. hammers, grease gun, lot of tools, platform, scales, and many other articles too l~umerous to mention. FEED" 2.000 Bales of Alfalfa and Orchard Grass Hay; 400 Bales of Alfalfa; 150 Bu. Barley; 100 Bu. Corn; 25 Bu. Oats. MISCELLANEOUS Bolen Garden Tra~tor, 3 H. P. with motor, sulky, and cul- tivator; 2 Copper Kettles {10 gal.}; 22-in. Lawn Mower with Gasoline Motor; 16-in. Electric Lawn Mower: Wheelbarrow, 8~-ft. Plywood Boat. new; 3 H. P. Motor Boat Motor; Boat Pump, Double Wash Up Tank. Milk Can Hoist; Hot Water Heater, Milk Can Rack. MEAT AND CHICKENS 12 Old Hams, Sugar Cured; 25 Laying Hens. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Television, 3-Pc. Living Room Suite; Single Bed and springs; Dresser, Wash Stand, 5 Bedroom Chairs, 9 x 12 Ax- minister Rug, 9x 12 Linoleum Rug, Library T~ble, 2 End Tables, 2 Small SLgnds. Rocking Chair, 2 Drop-Leaf Tables, Kitchen Cupboard, ,Studio CoUch, Several Electric Lamps, Sewing Machine with attachments; 2 Electric Clocks. 2 Metal Porch Ch~lrs. Porch Swing, and many other articles that+ are too numerous to mention. TRUCKS 1945 WILLYS ARMY JEEP, 4,900 a~tual mileage. 1953 CHEVROLET 3/4 TON PICK UP TRUCK with Stock Racks. 28,000 actual mileage. 1950 FORD PANEL TRUCK in excellent eondltion. Drake Sunday School Class of Harmony Methodist Church Will Serve Lunch. TERMS:--CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. C. +E. SIGLER EDWARD (NEDI MORR.O~', Auctioneer. Phone AM 7-4961 C. WM. HENSELL, Clerk. Pebruary 26. March 5 - 2t. (12-15-1bs.} {Reduced 10c Lb. For This Sale} CAN |J RED RIPE TOMATOES--Ctn. 5s JUICY FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT--80 Size IDAHO BAKING POTATOES - . - ctn. 10c 10 for 49c lO-ib, bag 49c DONALD DUCK ORANGE JUICE - - . 4 6-oz. cans 69c MORTON'S ASSO~]'. PIES -large 2J-oz. Pie 49c DRESSED WHITINGS - - lO-Ib, box S1.49 CHASE SANBORN COFFEE . l-lb. can 75C DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES - , pkg. 29c SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES - 4 pkgs. $1.00 WASHINGTON CAKE MIXES - - pkg. 10c LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE - 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS PORK BEANS - 8 14-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS VIM COCKTAIL JUICE .-4 46-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS SPAGHETTI+ AND MEAT BALLS - 24-oz. can 39c C R IS C 0 .... 3 lb. can 79c DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW - 24-oz. can 39c S P A M .... 12 oz. can 45c MARCEL TABLE NAPKINS - - pkg. 160s 19c GIANT POP CORN . - 2-lb. Cello Bag 25c MUSSELMAN'S TOMATO JUICE - - 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 LUSTRE CREAM SHAMPOO, 2 reg. 60c size 99c JERGIN'S LOTION-- (1 Reg. 59c Deodorant Free} bottle 59c DENNINGS PINK SALMON - - tallcan 59c JOY LIQUID--f2 Steak Knives Free}- King Size Can 99c II II Ill I I II II I I III COUPON MAGAZINE .... each 20c {Good For $S.O0 Cash} !i