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24 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE -- THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1988 :rERSON COUNTY FAIR 1988 The grand champion market hog at the Jefferson County Fair, being shown by its owner, Carrie Stutler (center), as the purchaser of the animal at the annual auction. Ezra Good of the Hatfield Packing Com- pany, joined by Tracy Childress, Miss Jefferson County Fair, look on. The champ brought $2.80 per pound for a total of $680.00 for owner Stutler. Cathy Stutler's market hog brought $2.00 a pound, a total of $450.00, from Charles Town Southern States. 988  Farmer's and Mechanics Insuran- ce Company, represented by Joe Gruber (center), paid $442.75 for Mike Kanehl's market hog. 00:0000r00RSON COUNTY FAIR The Hatfieid Packing Company, represented by Ezra Good (right), also purchased the reserve champion market hog, owned by David (center), at the annual livestock auction at the Jefferson County Owner Cogle received $2.60 per pound or a total of $598.00 for his animal.  fERei COUNTY FAIR ,FIII  FAIR 'CrRSON COUNTY 19  1988 0 -- 1988  FAIR ! 'r rrRSON COUMTY The high bidder for James Ott's (right) market hog, at $397.50, was Southern States of Charles Town's Wally Welsh. : ON COUNTY FAIR Thomassen Ford Mercury Chrysler. Plymouth of Charles Town purchased Brian Tabb's marke hog for $508.75. Paul Gruber's entry in the market hog division was worth $388.80 when purchased by the Whitmore Lumber Company. Browning's Foodland paid Sandy Wiley $393.60 for this market hog. Joel Hall's market hog entry Fair was purchased for Universal Forest Products. Willard Chemical Company was high bidder for this market hog owned by Nicole Ott. Joey Gruber pocketed $445.05, paid by the Bank of Charles Town for his market hog. :'Pltl {3lW lAIR The Dr. John Mayhew family paid Chris Ott $430.50 for his market hog at the annual auction. _00vemsm comw i i Jamie Cogle is happy with the $524.80 he received for his market hog from the Bavarian Inn. :r'S0M COUMW Wilt's High Performance Shop was top bidder for the hog of Wiley Dawson. f Chris Casto's market hog brought $382.40, the high bid of Peoples Sup- ply of Charles Town. Andrew DelColle purchased Dusty Moody's market hog with his high bid of $396.80. omm, rxm Andy Wheeler's market hog brought $360.10 at auction, paid by Ramey's Furniture Store of Charles Town. .'EItIM COUNTY FAIR Jenkins Seed and Ranson Feed paid $370.60 for this market hog of- fered by Jeff Hite. April Ware collected $345.00 market hog from the Town. Thomas J. Hawse, State Senate candidate, pai'd R.B. Moler $362.50 for his Jefferson Fair market hog. A family buy of 1384.25 by the Lawrence DeHaven family enriched John Ballenger's bank account. The Donald Ott family bid $394.40 for Heather Moler's market hog at the auction. The Hatfield Packing Company purchased Charles Hite's market hog for $342.00. Kim Casto's market hog $381.30, purchased by States of Charles Town. m