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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE Y, NOVEMBER 19, 1959 5--B By Miss Lillian Myers and Mrs. J. C. Fleming in Shep- herdstown. The friends of ,Mr. Fleming are sorry to know he re- ,mains i11. Miss Ruth ~Miller spent the week end wiVh MAss Carolyn Russell in COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, t Refrigerators, t Washers, Etc. US BEFORE YOU BUY. MAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Kearneysville. Mrs. Tony Wilson and daugh- ter Debbie and Mr. Eddie George of Washin,gton spent last Sunday ~yith Mrs. Sherman Hopper. Mr. Mickey Buracker of Water- ~ford Park W. Va. spent the ~,eek- end with his ,family. Services Will ~be a Union T, haaks- of the MHlville Bak and the J,unc~ion Me Ohu.rches in the church ~anksg~ving ,morning at The pubILc is cordia- Move To New Home to attend. ,Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ma,phis add Snyder is visiting little daughter .moved to their new Mrs. Rush Sny- home they recently 'bui~It nea,r the zn Cleveland, Ohio. The J,uncUon. Mrs. Mary Henkle Gray of Mrs. Snyder are sorry son of At lan~ta, Ga. is moving to has been ,a patient in ~he Ma,phis home which she re- in Cleveland. cently ourChased. Virginia Buracker recently her sister Mrs. Anna Pet- ~ I I Sunburg, Pa. and bro Charles Cave in Charles- Va. tad Mrs. Allen ffClovton of Pa. have been visit- ~nd William Miller. l~leming is visiting Th quotations of The Blue Rid- and Si,ster in-law Mr. ge LI,ivestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, Nov. 16, 1959. Recei,pts of c~t.tle and calves heavy ,with a good demand for all hogs and prime veal. Feature of sale was yea,1 top $36.50; few lots fancy hogs $15.00. Choice butcher steersnone; t EB n n load butcher steers 22.00 t~) 24.00 L I plain to medium steers 19.00 to 21.50; choice butcher heifers none good butcher heifers 21..00 ,to 23.00 plain ,to medium heifers 14.00 to 19.00; good bulls 20.00 to 21.30; plain to medium bulls 15.00 to 19.00; ,commercial cows 15.00 to 17.00; utility coors 13.00 to 15.00; canners and cutters 13.00 down; cows by ~the head up to 230.00; stacker and feeder steers 20.00 to 28.00; sto,ck hei~fers and buffs by the head u,p to 183.00; Choice to prime calves 33.00 to 36.50; good butcher calves 25.00 to 31.00; medium butcher calves 20.00 to 24.00; thin calves 19.00 down; heavy calves 18.00 to 30.00; T,a~bs 17.2'5 down; butcher ewes up to 4.09; stock ewes per head up to 9.,50. Good butcher hogs 14.00to 15.- Telephone 424 00: medium butzher hogs 12.00 to 14.00; heavy bu~her hogs 12.00 to TO~VNp W. VA. 15.09; butcher sows 8.00 to 12.0~}; ,heavy feeder and light butcher !hogs 12.00 to 14.00; shoats per hundred 15.25 down; pigs per head 7.50 down; heavy boars up to 7.00; stags none; sows and pigs up to 60.00; stock boars 8.00 to 10.25; Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. Butcher hogs needed-Demand StroIig. MONDAY thru SATURDAY 9a, m.-9p, m. • SUPER WOMEN'S & MISSES" i, FF • RAYON & COTTON FABRICS • Many For Holiday Wed r VaJues To $8.00 EACH MEN'S BE O ee SELF- SERVICE FAMOUS CARESSE • SEAMLESS MICRO-MESH • The Finest Money Can Buy Made by the Largest and Finest Mfg. of Women's Hosiery In The World I. 1.25 Value 9 I I SOLD WITH UNCONDITIONAL MONEY LADLES' COTTON QUILTED or FLANNEL • BUY NOW! FOR HOLIDAY GIVING • VALUES to $4.00 EACH 9 Shenandoah Junction • ONE SnZE FITS ALL Man Fourth In W. Va. 5 9’ VALUE I)oes your property Hybrid Corn Yieild insurance A ~Shen:andoah Junction man- ~. R. Reynolds, placed fourth in ALL FIRST feel neglected? the 1959 West Virginia Hybrid Corn Yield contest which was [Ly0u haven't had a prop- wo,n :by Dan Whittaker, ,Rt. 1, QUALITY Oakvale, Mercer County, it was insurance checkup in announced this week by R. J. last several years, Friant, Ex nsion agronomist * 81 x 99 MUSLIN .~!~aces are your proteco 'West Virginia University. ~o:e Program does not Whittaker had a yield of 113.22 Hi: El' bushels per acre of shelled corn ’Z r the present value of containing 15 ~percent moisture. • Utlr-_ - . I-. ,: Reynolds had a yield of 100.31 -:- yosscSSlOnS. L)on f~:: loss. Give us a call bJshels ,per acre of W. Va. B,25. Two other growers qualified f0r ;. COmplete up'to-date membersqhi,p in the West Virginia 100-Bus~hel Cord Club of 1959. Sec 2.65 VALUE " qraac’ checkup, and place ~winner was Arthur Moel • BLACK or BROWN • SIZES 81/2 - 3 s3oo VALUE LOWEST PRICES SELECTIONS $5.00 VALUE 66 $4.00 VALUE WITH MING STOLE $' 66 iendiek, Washington, Wood coun ty, who ~produced 104.4:2 bus'hels of 1.50 FOR N. J. 8 hybrid corn per acre. In THE C third spot was A. Eugene Fullen, VALUE SET Union, Monroe county, with 101.- & HOLSTER SMALL 37 bushels of W. Va. B-25 hybrid. FRy place ,by the Agricultural Exten.• 42 x 36 2.50 ALIVE sion Service of west Virginia Un- 66 iversity as follows: "The low Yields this year, as $1.98 Value VALUE compared wit;h t'hose in !previous FOR contests, reflect the extreme heatPkg. of 5.00 and drought that prevailed over most of West V~rginia during Vhe t~ 1959 growing season," Friant cam VALUE WITH PAD merited. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY 13.95 Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATe MFG.'S CLOSE-OUTS[ E VALUE COLT HORSE • GIANT SIZE, ASST. A • STRIPES & PATTERNS C S-LIGHT SERIES VALUES TO 1.50 H 1.00 ’ VALUE set I I I I I I • CHARLES TOWN W. VIRGINIA - BACK- GUARANTEE! 49C CHACO. COVERED VALUE 79c BRACH'S FAMOUS CHOC. VALUE COVERED CHERRIES C 12-oz. Box 150c tVALUE BLACK & WHITE #127 #120 #620 Roll 1.25 VALUE #620 #127 #120 09 'Roll VALUES METAL PICTURE TO 69c 5"x7" C im 8"x10" 500 2-CELL METAL VALUE nch 20c EACH VALUE EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT for SIZES C or D 79c FRUIT&NUT CANDY l G ,,ll VALUE 'Lb 9 SIZES 4 to 6x AND 7 to 14 AS • New For Holiday Wearing and GivingLOW VALUES TO $4.00 AS 9 • WHITE & COLORS • RAYON • SIZES S-M-L 35c VALUE • SIZES 20 to 30 • INDIAN STYLE $1.00 VALUES a P nng s t ~ old My House and moving away, I Will Sell ~t~blic Sale the Following Articles, located on North ~_ ed ~Street, Ransom W. Va., Just Across from State Shed, on " " S TURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1959 I~GINNING AT 1:00 OCLOCK P. M. SHARP. REG. 1.00 REG. 53c ANTIQUE FURNITURE: REG. tbi Pie Wrought Iron Console Table with Real Ira!Wan M)lt~r°P and Matching Mirror; Solid Cherry Living Room 1.23 ~il ~,~can Phyfe Sofa (Upholstered in Tapestry); Cogs- ~V~,~.,aair With Matching Ottoman; Occasional Chair, 5-Piece "~t ~ed Room Suite. REG. MODERN FURNITURE: 89c ~, ~t~leT~le with 3 Chairs; 2 Electric Table Lights, REG. t%trlc, acuum Kenmore Electric Sweeper, like new; ~i, es, I-'waffle .... Iron Electric Iron Electric Range with 4- 11G • a% ,~e new 40-in. wide; Cooking Utensils, Pots and J..a~ ~ ~hina and Glassware, Books, Dre~ Form, Size 14-16;. mmmmmm ~etie~ Furniture is Clean and is in A 1 shape Other --'--- ,~.'~ that are not mentioned " " " REG. :~I~&SH on Day of Sale. 89c MRS. B. B. WtSEMAN TiIARPE, Auctioneer. REG. I~vIOORE, Clerk. 2.00 19 and 25- 2t. HAIR 4 OZ. TOOTH lOfts HAIR TONIC 8 OZ. 400's Pink White HOME PERMANENTS C C 27 * 13 In. Long Reg. $1.00 Value " A Pumper Truck Is His Desire Fill With Water, Put Out Fire • CRYSTAL DIAL • METAL BOTTOM " BELL RINGS WHEN DIAL IS TURNED REG. $1.00 VALUE EAI YOUR CHOICE "LADY LOVELY" • Contains Hand Mirror, Compact, Rouge Box, Comb, Scissors, Lip- stick, Etc. • UNBREAKABLE REG. $1.00 VALUE • With Carrying Cord • Cloth Head Drumming Side • 2 9-In. Drum Sticks REG. 1.25 VALUE • SPILL THE MILK • RING THE BOTTLE UNBREAKABLE REG. $1.00 VALUE