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I)-14 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 7 LLE NEWS }o Ann Wood vard Rockefeller to speak at Jackson's Mill meeting e home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Many honors, with gifts and and Summers of Glenville. Jake awards, will be bestowed to up to dressed as a cowboy and conservation farmers and Week and Agnes as a gypsy, other contest winners, and Berry. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake several noted speakers will of Fair-Moore was a cousin, Larry deliver talks at the 38th annual with (Butch) Moore of Walton. conference of the West and Mrs. Mrs. Clara Taylor of Morgan- Virginia Soil and Water Con- town visited her sister Delphia servation Districts Super- of Phares and family last week. visors' Association at ight with Visiting Wayne Woodyard Jackson's Mill on Wednesday, John and family last Monday were November 7. also his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Park The two-day meeting will and Woodyard of Shock. open with registration at 10:30 Mrs. Tishia was in Grant- a.m. Tuesday, November 6 and visited sville last Tuesday to see her will conclude after the awards Gap doctor for a check-up, banquet on Wednesday. Miss Betsy Tompson of President David Tuckwiller of Maricopa, Arizona is spending will open Wednesday morn- was a Mr. -= of Oore at- at the OBITUARIES the winter with her grand- ing's session, new officers will mother, Jessie Wilmouth and be announced, and new attending Gilmer County High business conducted. School. Dr. Richard Zimmerman of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moss WVU, Cooperative Extension visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Service, is in charge of presen- Pritt one evening last week. ting the District Conservation Ministers, including the Rev. Tally Hanna of the Western Soil Conservation District who placed first in the stateowide conservation minister of the year contest. Dr. Zimmerman will also present the George Sharpe Land Judging Awards. Charolais calves show fast growth Charolais calves had the highest average weight in the 1978 West Virginia Feeder Calf Sales, according to results just iliary; Dr. Zimmerman of the published. In a report by the CES who will show slides of Cooperative Extension Service the conservation district's of West Virginia University, farm winners; and Dr. N. steer calves at sale time Bayard Green who will present averaged 504 Ibs. and heifers the State and Northeast Area 459 Ibs. Winner of the Conservation "The quality of rapid gain Education Contest, W. C. Ten- that Charolais cattle have, ney of Tygarts Valley SCD; makes them especially also second place winner desirable for crossbreeding," William E. Brown of Lost Creek President Jack Pursley of the Elementary School, and third West Virginia Charolais place educator of the year Paul Association points out. Siegrist of Calhoun County Pursley ison theeveof presen- High School. ting the best of+the Charolais Service awards and the Car- breed in the state in the annual roll Greene Supervisor of the sale of his association Satur- Year award to an outstanding day, November 10, at district supervisor will also be Jackson's Mill. Top breeders made and district exhibit win- have chosen animals that pre- ners announced, sent their farms to the best ad- Honors will be bestowed vantage, he says. Around 50 head will go on sale. II _ IIII upon the West Fork Soil Con- servation District supervisors as first place winners in the State and in the Conservation District-Allis Chalmers con- test, to the Potomac Valley SCD for placing second, and to the Western SCD for third place. Local conservation district supervisors on the West Fork Soil Conservation District board are: Oral R. Spurgeon, The Honorable John D. children and 12 great grand- Rockefeller, IV, Governor of Adren G. Jones, S. A. Hall, Jr.; ley, 67, children. The surviving six West Virginia, will address the Ancii T. Peterson, Ross and sons are: Edmund D. and group along with other Leatherman, Harry W. Wills, of Sylvester G. of Alexandria, speakers. Zellet W. Law, L. J. Stenger, at Virginia; Richard C., Kesslie B. Following the speaking ses- and Richard J. Cook. Jean E. Oliverio is clerk of the board and is in charge of publicity for the annual meeting. "I Bennett & Son 0om- 1965, second a fre- Where he during Fort and Franklin B. of Glenville; sion Edward Bumgarner, ex- Satur- Leonard C. of San Jose, ecutive secretary of the State 27. He California; and. three Soil Conservation Committee there daughters, Irene Payne of Arl- in West Virginia, will introduce ington, Virginia; Patty Cook of the winners of the county and Alexandria and Ruby Cox of district conservation farmer of Buckhannon. the year program. The first and Funeral services were held second place state winners on Wednesday, October 31, in will be announced by Charles the Spurgeon Mortuary with Sperow, WVU, Cooperative Ex- burial in Stumptown. tension Service, at the conclu. sion of the awards banquet on W. HALL DENT Wednesday night. W+ Hall Dent, born May 4, Others on Wednesday's pro- )11, in 1899, in Troy, died on Friday, gram are Mrs. Bessie Allen, November 2, in Trenton, New president of the ladies Auxo Min- Jersey. MONUMENTS & MARKERS office and Display Yard 440 High Street Grantsville, WV Also Inside Display on Rt, 5 Two Miles Above Grantsville PO Box 262 Grantsville Phone 354-6162 In addition to the Purebred Charolais presentation, there will be a 4-H calf sale starting at 12:30 p.m., just before the main sale. Col. John Spiker, Weston, is to be the auctioneer. At a pre-sale dinner in the Jackson's Mill Dining room, Friday, November 9 at 6 p.m., breeders of all types of cattle are invited to attend. Secretary of State A. James Manchin, speaker for the occasion, will have economic facts of in- terest to the entire farming community. A number of special guests from the West Virginia University College of Agriculture will also be in at- tendance along with state representatives. 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