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SPIRIT OF JEFFER. ON r ,i MrRs ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.1, 1959 Hailer "Ricky" Snyder tertained Friends It Birthday Party "Ricky" Snyder, son of a~d Mrs. Garland F. Snyder Was'hington Street wa.~ to many of his If,tile friends U, birthday party, the occasion his 3rd birthday. A large cake decorated in white yellow cand~les graced the of the table and the polar o~ white and yellow was out in the table decorat- and favors. Ricky received lovely presents, Guests in- Jenny Sue and Peggy Smith, ~herry Smith, Ann Teresa a,ud Jimmy Cline. and Sherry Turner, Judy Terry Propps, Wendy KiN Betsy Barker, RolYby Poyne, Kelley, Debbie McCabe, Martin, Brenda and Sandy Kathy and Paula Propps Anders and C. B, Dearlng. lize :Lawn Now ~Did you fertilize your lawn in It is hoped you did and is a good time for another It is pointed out the best mix- you can use is a 10-8-6 fertil at the rate of twenty to twen five pounds per 1,000 square -~f this formula is not available a fertillizer is very saris- Use it at the same rate. sure the lawn is dry when apply the ~ertilizer. If the is damp, you will no doubt the grass badly. If you use hand application of it is suggested you divide amount of fertilizer you wish apply in half or equal parts. the first part to the lawn ~~ssing the lawn in ,ne direction. second half should be applied lawn at right angles to first application. 2"he important element in t.he ilizer as far as the grass is is nitrogen, Be sure to your lawn now. Grain Varieties varieties recommended Kenbar, Hudson, Dayton and varieties are Seneca, Thorne and Dual. oats are not generally for W. Va. They are however grown to some extent l,q this area. Varieties that seem most seem most suited to this area are Forkedeer, DuBoi.s, Ballard and Lee Cold Proof. If you seed winter oats they should be seeded before October 1st and preferably by Sept. 15. Feeder Calf Prices Hold Steady State Feeder Calf Show, Sale Feeder calf prices at the State Feeder Calf Show and Sale hold i even with last year. Thursd,ay, Segtember 17, 340 feeder calves sold at the State 4-Hi Camp for an average of $34.82 per! hundred weight or $145.27 per head. The 254 steers calves averaged $154.00 per head or $36.46 per hun dred weight. In 1958 the steers: averaged thirty seven dollars per hundred weight. The 86 heifers sold for an av- erage of $119.00 per head or $29.- 72 per cwt. Last year the selllng price for heifers was an average $30.41 per cwt. The steer calves this year avera ged 423 lbs. whic~ was thirteen ~ounds under the 1958 average. The heifer calves were seve,u pounds under last year at 402 ~ound average. If the resul'Ls of this sale can be used as an indicator, it looks like feeder cattle prices in 1959 wiN be close to t;lzat of 1958. Larry Magaha Named New President Of Middleway 4-H Club The meeting of the l~4ddleway Cli~nbers 4-H Club was held l~ri- day, Sept. '18th at the home of Miss Linda Lei~ht. The meeting was called to order by Vice Pres- ident Larry bfagaha after which the election of new officers was held. The new officers are as fol- lows: President. Larry Magaha; Vice ~resident, Murt~a Dalgarn; sec- i retary, Bo.trby Smal'ley; Treasurer ~Ellen Roper; So,v~g Leader, Janet Kite; Assistant Leader, Gene Barr Game Leader, Eddie Wl~tinffton; Asststan,t Game leader, Larry Law fence; Reporter, Linda Leig~ht. A GOING BUSINESS LOCATED ON WEST CONGRESS STREET IN CHARLES TOWN. FOR FURTHER INFORMATIOIN AND FULL DETAILS CONCERNING THE SALE CONTACT .... t t tlltl t lit_ ~'~ i{ I " tltt~ imt I { .................. // ....... ' tit i|l itt __ i I _ J_ _ / , t . 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C R IS C O--5c OFF - - 3-15. can 79c CAMPFIRE MARSHMALLOWS - 1-15. pkg. 33c NEW CAMPBELLS I '2 CREAM VEG. SOUP cans TOMATO RICE SOUP ) 29c GREEN GIANT PEAS - - 2 17-oz. cans 29c BOSCUL TEA BAGS .... ctn. 48s 63c CTN. 16s FREE 1955- BUICK Special 4-Door Sedan--- Fully Equipped H E R S H E Y 1957-VOLKSWAGON---A Real Beauty ASSORTED BARS--Reg. 5c - - 10 bars 39c )9,)5-" OLDSMOBILE SUPER 88-- LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE - - 5 46-oz. cans $1.00 Fully Equipped ' t' YELL0 p y g 19c S O U T H E R N RASH ]{AMBLER Ill U.S. NO. 1 FREESTONE PEACHES- - - 4 large cans $1.00 ] GOODE BROTHERS, ! NEE GOLD SWEET POTATOES - . -lb. 5c ROCKINGHAM DOG FOODo " 6 11b.- cans 69c BUICK and PONTIAC NEW WHITE . RED HEART DOG FO_D ) 6 1-lb. cans PHONE 488 CHARLLES TOWN, W. VA. POTATOES--Large Size - - 50,-lb. bag 99c FRISKIE DOG FOOD ) 89c UNV Ta Sill in ]itt