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PAGE B6 Wednesday, April 4, 2018 LIFE/LEGALS of " '"" tJ J~,J? .1~ [~J I~L'~(IiN and FARMER S ADV()CA PL ROBERT SNYDER Winners of the 2018 Insurance Outfitters Guide Awards pose Thursday in Shepherdstown with last year's honorees following a luncheon at Domestic restaurant. The awards, sponsored by Insurance Oufitters' Tom and Michele Maiden, recognize individuals and organizations contributing to the vitality of our community in four areas. Pictured (from left) are 2017 winner Marshall D. DeMeritt, 2018 winner Bernadine Somers, 2018 winner Dan Conant, 2018 winner Rlta Nieman, 2018 winner Peggy McKowen, and 2017 winners Clark Dixon and Peter Smith. Sara Lueck of Jefferson High also was honored last year. Hospitality training program taps W.Va. kindness C.W. Shipley Elementary Principal lan Hillman poses with tie design contest winner Alden Fonger, Fonger and other students in Laurie Thomss's second-grade class took part In a design contest that tied In reading curriculum with Kendra Clark's art class - with Fonger's winning design becoming the tie HIIIman is sporting. The project began when students read the story "Mr. Tannen's Tie Trouble." Hillman had nothing but praise for the pairing. "it was a great cross-curricular learning experience for the students to 'tie-In' a story they read Into an art project," he said. "1 am proud to see the second grade teachers and Ms. Clark coming up with creative ways for our students at C.W. Shipley to learn, rm also proud to wear this tie." Wildflower walk set for Saturday SHEPHERDSTON - The The trip will begin at 9:30 Potomac Valley Audubon So- a.m. and will be led by local ciety will sponsor a nature and wildflower enthusiasts Mary wildflower walk Saturday on Duke and Kathryn Henry. the Ferry Hill Ridge Trail on It's free and open to anyone the C&O Canal near Shep-with an interest. Children and herdstown, families are welcome. By CAITY COYNE Charleston Gazette-Mail ': FOSTER - Between coal mines, moun- tains and rivers, there is one resource in Southern West Virginia educators at Boone Career and Technical Center feel is untapped - the kindness of its people ' "There is no place that has hospitali- ty like Southern West Virginia has," said Robert Miller, instructor of the center's idventure tourism management program. ' "The people are golden here that's true in times of crisis, but really every regular dhy. They're kind and welcoming in a way that's hard to find other places." ,Miller said he believes this penchant for kindness, in addition to the natural beauty of the region, is what can make Southern West Virginia's tourism industry thrive. Launched four years ago, the adventure tourism management program at BCTC has been working to instill that same be- lief in Boone County high schoolers. "(The students) know a lot about South- em West Virginia, and they know a lot and director of BCTC, interest among stu- about four-wheeling, fishing, hunting dents has tripled. The inaugural program and things that are special to us," Mill- had about 13 students enrolled. Today, er said. "There is still a lot, though, that there are 41, which Nelson said could be they haven't experienced here, and hope- due to a growing respect for tourism and fully we can help them see some of those outdoor attractions like the Hatfield-Mc- things." Coy Trails and the Big Coal River- within The program offers juniors and seniors Boone County. in the county's high schools hands-on ex- "A lot of improvements are happen- perience in everything from life sciences ing here in our area. We believe folks are and agriculture, to marketing, hospitality starting to open their eyes to the prospects and budgeting. Southern West Virginia has to offer," said "This class alone added so much vari- Nelson, who retired as principal last year ety to my education other than sitting at a and currently works as a substitute math desk and doing book work," said Brooke instructor. Bums, a junior at Scott High School in When it was first developed in 2013, Madison. "" It's helped me develop in ways the program emphasized being "forward- I never really thought about - I learned how to connect with people, to network. It taught me how to be professional, but friendly. That's what tourism is. You have to be friendly and give people a reason to want to come back somewhere." In the four years since the program was launched by Jeff Nelson, former principal RICK LOWMAN thinking," Nelson said, which is a quality A nt. .cCctt- l n|n(]r N]z|lf - Miller still focUses on m thin'lasses. "- -. : , z e I " " ' i r ; 2 ff" ! " : Coal has m decline,but we all ar Award-winning qudter Carolyn Mannmg (left) presents a quilt to Nancy Stewart, the Berkeley-Jefferson Exten- hoping for its here in Southern West presidentof the Virginia. What wewant to do, though, is sion MasterGardener Association. The quilt, d ignl l;and sewn introduce these students to all the different by Manning, will be part of an auction durir~l the Wekt virginia Extension Master Gardener State Conference happening Friday types of tourism jobsout there-especially through Sunday in Pipestem. Money raised in the auction will be in our beautiful state; said. used to support the mastergardenePoYganization's mitssion. - LEGALS LIVESTOCK REPORT FARMERS LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE INC. Winchester, Va. Monday, April 2, 2018 FOUR STATES LIVESTOCK Hagerstown, Md. 301-733-8120 Wednesday, March 28, 2018 HOGS: Sows: 2 - $22-26 LAMBS: 221 [] Choke & Prime: - $182.50-194. Choice: - $180-185. Spring: 205 - $247.50-269. KID GOATS: 50 - 20-40 lbs. - $315; 40-60 lbs.- $285-305; 60- 80 lbs. - $255-270. Cows: 134 - Utility & Comm. - $50-62; Canner & Cutter - $35-50; Cutter & Bng - $45-58.50. Bulls: 9 - 1-2 - $72-89. Stock Cows: 46 - $600-1400 '~ FEEDER CATTLE: 343 Steers: Med & Lg #1 - 300-400 lbs.- $165; 400-500 lbs. - $155; '~ 500-600 lbs. - $135-156; 600-700 lbs.-$133-137. iMed & Lg #2 - 500-600 lbs. - ) $130-135; 600-700 lbs. - $120- 133. Heifers: Med & Lg #1 - 300- ~00 lbs. - $134-145; 400-500 lbs. -$132-142; 500-600 lbs.- $126- :~ 135; 600-700 lbs. - $106-118; 700- i8001bs.-$109-117. Meal & Lg #2 - 300-400 lbs. - $;126-133; 400-500 lbs. - $118- 135; 500-600 lbs.- $118-128; 600- 700 lbs. - $100-110; 700-800 lbs. -$110. Bulls: Med & Lg #1 - 200-300 lbs.- $150-173; 300-400 lbs.- $160-182; 400-500 lbs.- $146- 162; 500-600 lbs.- $133-146; 600-700 lbs. - $120-127; 700-800 ]bs.-$113. Med & Lg #2 - 300-400 lbs. - $.137-152.50; 400-500 lbs.- $139- , "147; 500-600 lbs. - $130-139; (~)0-700 lbs. - $102-114. r Total: 868 ~ - Regular sale every Monday at 1 (~ p.m. State graded feeder sale 2nd ~; Wednesday of each month at 7 ~ lban. Fat cattle sale 1 st Monday of each month at 3 p.m. | SLAUGHTER COWS: 83 Head Breakers: H Dressing - $55-60; Avg Dressing - $48-51. Boners: H Dressing - $51-52; Avg Dressing - $44-50. Lean: Avg Dressing - $51 ; L Dressing - $44-49. BULLS: 7 Head High Dressing: 1650-2142 lbs.- $88-93. Avg Dressing: 1382-1832 lbs. - $80-83. Low Dressing: 18781bs. - $74.50. FED Cattle: 26 Head Steers: Choice 2-3 - 1488-1510 lbs. - $104.50-112; Hol Ch 2-3 - 1270-1440 lbs.- $85-88; Select 2-3 - 1496 lbs.- $81. Heifers: Choice 2-3 - 1346 lbs. - $114; Select 2-3 - 1208-1290 lbs. -$110-112. Dairy: 79 Head Springers: Large - $850-900; Small - $625-750. Fresh Cows: Small - $600-750. Short Bred Heifers: $800-1035; Smaller - $500-750. Breeding Size Heifers: $700-950; Thin - $500-650; Smaller - $300- 450. CALVES: 50 Head #1 - 75-120 lbs. - $80-130; #2 - 75-120 lbs. - $48-105; Utility - 65-120 lbs. - $30-43; Beef Calves Heifer - 95-120 lbs. - $190. BUTCHER HOGS: 111 Head 48-58% Lean - 250-350 lbs. - $36-52. Roasters: 150-225 lbs. - $40-57. Sows: 300-500 lbs. - $29-37; 500- 700 lbs.- $31-37.50. Boars: 5 Head - 300-800 lbs. - $10. Stock Boar: 175-300 lbs.- $15-26. STOCK CATTLE: 125 Head Steers: 300-500 lbs.- $130; M&L #1 - 300-500 lbs. - $125; M&L#2 - 500-700 lbs. - $99; Hol L #3 - 500-700 lbs. - $55-79. FIDUCIARY NOTICE I have in my hands for final settlement the accounts of: Dan- ny M. Smedley, executor for the estate of Margarety V. Knoch. June K. Jovanelly Fiduciary Commissioner Jefferson County, WV 4/4/2t ORDER OF PUBLICATION FAMILY COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA TO: Saultus Fultze, 9 Old Barn Rd Kearneysville, WV 25430 DOB 11/26/1971, Respondent; Magistrate Court Case No.: 18-D-43; Family Court Civil Action No.: 18-DV-40 ::,: ORDER OF PUBLICATION PROTECTIVE ORDER 1. The object of this suit is to obtain protection from the Re- spondent. 2. The object of this publica- tion by Class I legal advertise- ment is to notify Respondent of the Protective Order prohibiting the above-named Respondent from having contact with certain individuals. This Order may affect property and other rights of the Respondent. Violating this Order may subject the Respondent to criminal sanctions. The Respon- dent is strongly encouraged to obtain a copy of this Protective Order and Petition from the Circuit Clerk of the county listed above. TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENT: It appearing by evidence duly taken in this action that you could not be found in or that you have left the State of West Vir- ginia, you are hereby notified of the Order referenced above, a copy of the Petition and Order may be obtained at the Jeffer- son County Circuit Clerk's office. This Protective Order will remain in effect until 3/28/2019. The Respondent may appeal this Protective Order pursuant to W.Va. Code Section 48-27-510, within 10 days of the date the Or- der was entered. Issued this 28th day of March, 2018 at 1:11 p.m. Laura E. Storm, Circuit Clerk By: E. Cooper, Deputy Clerk 4/4/1 t Winchester, VA EARLy CONSIGNORS: Hockman Farms Lone Willow Farm Wilson Dysart Frenchfield Farm Kibler Farms Mike Heishman and many others Weekly SUDOKU Answer 763125498 981 4 6 7352 245839167 617352849 82961 4573 354978621 472581 936 196743285 538296714 From Page B3 King Crossword -- Answers Solution time: 21 mins. I