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IECOMING QUEEN CROWHED AT , , + ...... I I IIIII The quotations of The Blue Ridge Livestock Sales at Charle~ Town ~Mo,nday, Oc,t 19, 1959. Receipts of cows and calves heavy with a good demand for al'l cattle, hogs and calves. Pea,ture (ff sale was prime veal top $37.00; butcher hogs top $r4,- 75Choice ,butcher steers none; good butcher steers 23.00 to 25.00; plain to medium steers 21.00 to 22.50; choice butcher heifers none good butcher heifers 20.00 to 23.- 00; plain to medium heifers 15.00 to 19.00; good bulls 20.00 to 20.85; plain to medium bulls 18.00 ,to 19.- 50; commercial cows 17.50 .to 18.- 80; utility cows 16.00 to 17.25; can ners and cuters 15.75 down; cows by the head up :to 238.00; stacker and feeder steers 20.00 to 27.10; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 209.00; Choice to prime calves 34.00 to 37.00; good butcher calves 29.00 to 33.00; medium butcher ca,lves 22.- 00 to 28.00; thin calves 21.00 dow.n Chairman Named For National Apple Week JACK BUTLER Ln 13. Vau:~lan. P,. R, T.. t2l~itf. Manual Arts Therapy at VA Cen- ter. 1V~artingburg, W. Va. is presi- dent of this chapter. Tile natio.nal organization was established in September, 1950, and has grown rapidly since. The conference will consist of two sessions on Friday, October 16, 1959. First Seb~s,lon, "The Do- mioiliary and His Problems" will be presented by Dr. Arnold D. Krugman, Chief, Clinical Psychol- ogy and Dr. Paul W. Ridgeway, Chief, Vocat,ional Counseling Ser- vice at the VA Center. The Second Session will include talks by Dr. Max Apfeldorf, Psycholoog,ist and Dr. Thomws H. McGavack, Chief, Intermediate Service, also of the VA Cen,ter, on "Rehab~lJta,tien of the Ineermedlate Pa,tient." Scheduled for Saturday, Octo- ber 17, 1959 is a tour .of rehabil- itation clinics ~und a business meet ing of the Mid-gast,ern chapter. Needs I)eterminations For County Farms Being Made By Conservation Men Soil Conservation Service tech nicians have been making needs SPIRIT OF JEFFERflON rArmrr ADVOCATE TItI RSI)AY, O('TOI];ER 22, 1959 2---B If You Want Results Use Spirit-Advocate Classifieds! For Ouick Results Use Our Classified Column. P+ It DRYERS Fast Dry a Load in 26 Minutes RESULTS? Try Twin Mix Duncan Renaldo "Thrill to the daring exploits of this masked Hero" Sunday - Monday - Tues. October 25 - 26 - 27 "When the Biggest Fun Man Plays the West's Fastest Gun- man It's a Double-Barrel Full of Hilarity!" "ALIAS JESSE JAMES" in Color--Starring Bob Ho~e- Rhonda Flemingg Wendell Corey Wed. - Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. October 28 - 29 - 30 - 31 --FOUR BIG DAYS-- "BRIGITTE BARDOT in Her Fra-kest Role of Sex and Sin!" "LOVE IS MY PROFESSION" STRICTLY ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ALSO-- "ESCORT WEST" "Mighty Saga of the West- waxd Trek" Starring Victor Mature - Elaine Stewart- Noah Beery- Harry Carey, Jr.- Slim Piekens NO ADVANCE IN ADMIS- SION FOR THIS OUT- STANDING DOUBLE FEATURE. end guOsts of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W~tson. 2Ir. ~nd Mrs, C~arles MMer and +fazni,ly of H~gerstown, Md were ~turday g,~ests qf Mr. and Mrs. Oh~les l~ar~di and c~lldre,n. Mr and Mrs. Oharles l~in~d~ and children h~ve moved to Roos evel~t-Vanderbil~ Neat(anal Historic Si~es, HsMe Park, N. Y. North Am erlcan Van lines of Berryville may ed t~ham on Wednesday. The Jeffer~n 4-H Club met a~ 0he home ol Danny He~zel, t~ on Man day nigh,t wi,th a very good ~t, tend a~ce. ,Elects New Officers ~Members of b~he Happy Workers 4-I-I Clu~b meeting at the home ~f Carole Haxa~nond elected the fol- lowing officers for the year: David Burns, president; Jack Wysong, vice-,president; Beth Wy son, secretary; John M~ga'ha, area,surer; Anna Louise Wht%mer, reporter; Carol H~mmond, Ru~h I1V~iller, song leaders and Dickie Burns, recre~t~w.n leader T~e program c~mm~Vtee ~ons~sts of all officers. Oarole Hammond has charge of dev~lonals for the year. The Novem~r mee~ng w~ll be held aJt the home of David, I)Ickle and J. P. Burns. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS The hbiows TI.mderbird, the world's most wonted car is finer than ever. Every detail says it's the ultimate luxury car. perfarmonce is perfection. From any point of v;ew you've never seen cars so ~..~e~ ~+. new. Our 60 Fords rep,'ese;,t the most comp|ele and ~'~[ir~~ wonderlul cha+,gc a )ear },as eve,' l),'ougt~t. Beneath ~~ .............. that beatify ~,ou'l] lind new people-room--new comfort 'm~,~~ --new vi,~ibility--and a ~ ide choice of superior power, -'+'~~ ~ +,, Fo,.d's ,i,,e+, ..d,io.. C+,,,e s,~ 6+Pmw~W C~tl, $~ 9+Pas~el+glr CO,~ltly ~tll FALCON--THE E~$1EST CAR " IN IH( WORLD TU OWN TSUNOEI~I#D --THE WORL 0~$ M4~| WANTED CAll Ca.v41t bbl4 COME IN AND SEE THE COMPLETE CAR SHOW AT AMERICA'S FIRST COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S rOAr. .......... See "FORD STARTIME" in living color Tuesdays on NBC- TV ....... --. Give your calves a good start in life by feeding Twin Mix. It costa little now and will pay you big dividends later. Twin Mix ia composed of cereal grains, milk product, soybean meal, linseed meal, fish meal and molasses plus all essential minerals and vitamins. It supplies the nutrients needed to Upplement milk or milk substitutes and promote more rapid, eCOnomical growth. Why not try it and check the results for yourself? FEEDS IRTHMORE CHARLES TOWN GRAIN FEED PHONE 7,3 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.