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MILKERS !? "4 O m i . lture Started", '"Managing Estab-lologlst from the University of | ~ fished Al~tlfa for Quality and [ Maryland. [H~g!~ Yields", "Efficient Feeding[ Mr. Dissell will ~Atlk on the [of Dairy Cattle" and ' Figuring |"whens", "wheres" and "{hews" of [Cost and Re~urn on a Forage Pro/using insecticides to control in- ] gram." ]sects. In this portion of the Meet- ! I ~t'~akin~ on "A Forage Pro-ting program, those present will | ] ~ramV,th~tgWorks'' will be ~I)r Roy / hear of the l~atest developments in D ~Bl~er Professor of Agronomy ~]. }the controlling of alfalfa weevil, .......... |P I 't3~o,'ksbur, Va Dr Blaser/meadow spittlebug, and pea ap- ,,:v~l:rs~ansWUn~oYnAcge~n~he~r:.r~a [is'weil k~n throughou~t tk~is area [ hids. Includ.ed in.~,h:is will be mod- e 'lJ" i ^. ~,; ....... 1. ~.. d^..~.~.in., for i ern uses oI lnsec~lclaes ann a OlS- gram for the big Four-Slt~ute a [ ............ V P I's Expert ~cussion of the newly developed ers meeting, scheduled for Ja -Im~-t.al Station at Middlebur~ Va [sprays and insecticides in granuIa uary 23 in Franklin Court, Hag-]~'~olV ,~u h~ .~f ~t.1 ,~7".~t |ted form er _tow ., announ mem l l;'hoT ? Mr. Dissen will outline a com- . ~n .m~.. ng. n s . F i ] on .his experience to tell of meth-/plete spray program using ,all of '~Lr. ~avlile notes ma~ agricu curs 1~ n=~#..on ,. ~.~.o~.~ .~..f~,t/the new nroved insecticides He ,experts and faxmers _will discu land] ~o really "make a forage pro-]will discuss quantities recommend ,~ ~$ouna ~'orage . ~vlan~gemen~ ] g~In work" I ed precautions to be ,taken and l~ogr~m ~zor ~ncreasmg ~our ~'roz " , :~he effeotiveness of ehe different .o, v,,,. .... l .... pen-[ Dr. Blaser has done extensive[ ............ - ---" :-'. - - I w"rk in all of fora'e and/m enalS lncluazng con rots wl n nsylvenla vlrg~ma wes ylrglnla I " [ . , , , conventional sprays ,and the new eas ~ will bring ,to the Four-State aud- . . . and Maryland ar . r 1 1 e l s his r T,.,,,~,,,-b~a i~ this sublec~ will be ience many wtlu~ble suggestions I g.anu ated _n.s ctlc de.. T .g an ........... .- ~ ular memoo is a newly aevelopen ~o~,,~^.~ .t ,~ F-ra~ Program ]based on the results of his work [ ........... ~:.,~v.~:,....~. "* :_:" ~',='*- ~ I fo- xr ~ I ! one ann WilJ De oi s.pecial mseres~ ~on~geW~v~,~Snugem72~~ 1vILmnP[V~o I "The'vital subject, "Saving and It farmers of this section. Us", "SR~lng and Improving For- ] Improving Forage by Con.trolling I ~-a a ~ ~ ~, age ,by Controlling Insects". "Get- iInsects" will be di .scussed by Thee I:~nepnera uean uoes tin| Alfalfa Legume Grass max- sore L. DlsseI, Extension ~:nt~m- _ ,,, , To Ohm State Post E i O U I ~ l M C Profe~or Dale A. Young, dean r ~.~ r~ ~ L U A [[1 ~ of man and professor of Edu, cat- ............ ion at Shepherd College since Aug ............. u.st 1955, has moved ,wi,th his wife --Short, Long or lntermeala[e 'term (Lane DanK to Columbus, Ohio where on Jan- or PCA)--For Any Farm Purpose. uary 2 Dean Young will assume , .the post of cbA'ef of counseling ser --Repayment Plan to Fit Farm Income-- vice ~t.Ohlo State University: He resignea nis posivion at Shepnera --Credit Life Insurance Available if Desired-- College last.March. Dean Young's new duties at ~a~=, ~a-a~s,a, ~ ~r~ Ohio State will be primarily those || " r of teaching advanced students in rAm t.r w U, counseling W. W. HAMMOND, Asst. Sec.-Treas. Dr. Oliver S. Ikenberry. presl- , , .......... dent of Shepherd College said ~he Mondays--County Agent s Office - iu - iz mnaaru nine position probably will not be fill- ' " 011 ed immediately ,but Dean Yo~ng's Dml Shepherdstown 4441 or Martmsburg AM 7-8 duties will be 'assumed by other I II IIII II I IIII II, I IIII Good health and good luck to aft. JEFFERSON [HhlNEERIN6 C0. CHARLES TOWN, - W. VA. We sincerely hope it ushers in a year e full of health, happiness, peace and p osperity for you and yours! CHAPd.ES TOWN PHOTO GIFT SHOP CHARLES TOWN W. VA. good times and SILER'S SHOE CENTER CHARLES TOWN, W. | unlimited happiness. *members of ehe college faculty. Dean Yotl,~g is a native of Ak- ron, Ohio. He holds the Ba~helor-of-Sclen ce degree .from Kent S~@te Uni- versity in Ohio; .the Bachelor-of- Dlvlrgty degree from Oberlin (Ohio) College; and .his Master- of-Arts degree from Columbia Un iversi*ty. He has completed all but this thesis at Columbia for his dec torate. He taugl~t in Springfield Town ship, in the Akron strbu~bs, before going on to special.ized advanced work. While studying he also ser- ved interim pastorates at First Church of the Brethren in Akron and simlarly in Dixon, Ill. While studying in New York 5e worked wi.th the Ford Foundation for a ,period in connection with the Per ta Rlcan student problems. New Registration for the second sem ester ut Shepherd College will be held on Tuesday, January 27 with reglstration for nlgh~t classes o be held the following evening, Wednesday, January 28, it was loin, ted out this week ,by the of- rice of the Registrar. Veterans and oth~vs who wish .to enter college for the first ~lme may do so at the beginning of .the second semester as a full schedule of entering fre$hman courses are taught it was stressed. Shepherd has full facilities fhr both entering freshman and transfer students bu~ prospective students should make arrangements with ehe ~f- lice of the Registrar :before the acttml day of registration in order t~ expedite matters pertaining to admission and registration. A. P. Riner, Shepherd Registrar, stated. High court reaffirms ban on a wife's testimony. Stock market rallied sharply on a broad front. Check-R-Mix pullet ~/~ growing mash is ~Ig~" built to do one job-- ~1~,i1,~ and that is to grow *.a~:~l~y~, big, r~gged pullets that soon start to lay and pay. A hundred pounds goes long wsy and costs only We're really proud ~.~w~.X~ of the results this ,. "~),.~X, qu$1ity milking ra- ,-~.i aL,,~,~tlO0 is making. It's :~'.~ made specially for 7~ dairy cow feeding, and costs only .... Hog growers llke the ~,~8~,~ way Check-R-Mix ~/ hurrys hogs to msr- ket, No wonder! We ~aake it with famous Purina Hog Chow and local graip! Just look " - st this l~ic~: 100 lbs .... Steer feeders look for a feed that puts on lots' of low-cost ~ain. Check-R-Mix oe_s that, and at a PEOPLES SUPPLY PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWNI W. VA. /I.J,....,:.... I....;..ll..;',.n ~formerly an all-Negro educational] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS !UIUIIlalIUII~ IIl~lallatlUII insti~tution, has been the leading[j x~ - TLITT]~I~A~r ]LJ . . ~. s ,topic on the agenda of ,the Trus-I "~---~" ----'~ ....... ' " I AprvlcP-at yrp ovlerian trees meetings for the past few I ..... "" ........ l ye'ars, wiith no defini,te decision I E-- ~ .. t h It_ Ill-_ ~__-- ~l---- pL....L I ...... .4 ~,& '['I lever having been rea~he'd. ThereI rut UICK llesulls use uur Llii$: ~HUILII JOHU{II~ 't al It have been proposals ~hwt it be conI __. versed india an integrated ~trade [ At the 11"00 A M worship ser school a junior college l~ha~t is l ! , ~ " z.,--,--, v~ vice at ~he" Charles "Town Pres- I continue as in ~he pas$. or tha:t it ] * ~ . ~ s " "l byterian Church on Sunday, Jan- [ merge with some other education ] - I - # ,~ " . uary 4 there will be an ordinal, ion al inStitu~on, without any finall ~ ~ ~ | and installation service for newly decision ever ha~ing been reached. I k v* -'~ ~ ~$ "~ Bible Material: Mark 9:Z-~9; Matthow elected elders and deacons. Those ] ~t the last meeting of the Board I * - , 17:14-18. who will assume duties as new of- last summer a commit.tee of the / ~, * m~....=~W~ Devotional Reading: Romans 10:8-17. ficers are as follows: The office of Board was appointed to study a I ~1 ~ @ ~.~ Ruling Elder: Richard W. Brock- number of proposals then under[ ~ - ~ -~ [ all f0r Faith ' ] man, Max Brown, Lyle Tabb, Char IconsideraUon and to repor to the / les H. Strider, Jr. and Harold next meeting wi~h a defini.~e pro-[ ~AJl . :'- ....... Burr. The office of Deacon: C. W. ' posul for action. It is believed ~ha,t i ~ ~ .....**::* Kline D. K. McIntyre Paul IAs-[~he coming January meeting will l "~! ~~'~ Lesson for January 4, 1959 ] key, V. E. Henshaw, Austin Bow-I resutt in a defin.ite course of kct- " "~%~V Aw~#V~,~ _ . , .... :. , .... ers ,and Joseph A. Vearrenfet'tz. [ion. I11 ~~~*~J~]l$ ion of a new communion service i Board of Trustees are Bradley[ ~._ ~j] v ~--=--- v THE TOP and the bottom of a Also, there will be the dedicat-] Jefferson Countians on ,Vhe ~~:~ " ~~d[ mountain often have quite dif- which" has been presented to the] l~ash, John Newcomer and Gi~-I --.~,~J ~J~ ~_ ~ ferent climates. In one ease known church in memory of two recentlY lbert Perry all of Harpers Ferry, [~ | | | | | | | |~ to us, this difference in climate was deceased members: J. Henry Out- ] and C. Manning Smieh and Jrames I ,.._._ ~ | " | | | " | "~ not a matter of weather alone. You row and Bill McDonald. iw. Strider of Charles "Ik~n, and[ ~l [[~U[ii~-::~., |1 | | | | might say it reversed the weather. Since t~he first Sunday in the [ Henry W. Morrow of S~epherds- I I ~IB~'~~J II | ~ ~ ~-. year is a regular time zor the ob-I ~town. i ~: ~~ | | | | | | The particular mountain where ser~ance of the Sacrament of the | ~ ~ I ,,~lli ~'~ ~ | L| | | II these events are believed to have taken place, is so ~ Lord's Supper in this church..Thls I off with the old paper came a I il .... "~ U sacramer~ Will De ooserves aT, T,ne I little bit of ls~ter I ~,, ~ .... high that it bears ~i c~ncl,,o~^....~ ~,. ..... , ....,~.. t P -~ " , ~'~ e ~"~, height of sum- ~~ ~ ::i!i:i:e e you a grana and ! met. But on the Storer Truste s To particular ~i!J = 365 days full sion of our story, ~~ Meet to Consider /~J/~,~ts 81 !, perity, lasfin9 frie. the summer was ~~ at the top, the iia :~:~~Po~reh~e~s:gesl ~1 i;*" happ,ness for you~ teratthebot- Future of College tom. At the sum- mit was a scene Dr. Foreman The Board of Trustees of Stor-[~ - --. _~--~-- --~,-_--~__~--- ~[ of glory and of peace; at the bet- er.College will meet at the college~2kSK IOUr veaier ~1 in Harpers Ferry in early January [~ i---;----, h .... ~- ~1 ...... ~ ....... ~ ! tom was a scene of hustle, bustle, to ,again consider w~lat should be [.~ Ag.el~m reoer ~u. 0[ struggle.., anything but glory, done 'abou~ the eu~ure of t~he'in-]K ........... _, e, MOFFETT S PH~ :, At the top was everything to en-sti~ution v~bAoh has been closed ~or C"* RLES TOWN w A. courage faith; at the bottom every- nearly f~ur years. I ~ ~ ~v~...,--,,..,,.~ ..... - .... ~ [ n~ , .,. V thing to discourage it. Future disposi,t~on of the college ~" Three Questions Nevertheless it was at the bot- tom of the mountain that faith was most needed. The reader is invited to picture the story for himself. A crowd of bystanders . . . most of the incidents recorded in Jesus' life had this background of the gawk- ing crowd. The disciples, red-faced, hot and flustered, trying to do a miracle and falling flat. The boy and man who were the center of the crowd; the boy an epileptic- perhaps even then in a convulsion, and his distracted father, begging for help but getting none. Epilepsy is a disease of the ner- vous system which is always em- barassing and sometimes danger- ous. In those days (and in these too, without special medical help) attacks would come on without warning. The patient falls uncon- scious; if near water, he may drown, or if by a fireside, he may burn to death without help. Epi- leptics axe not crazy, indeed they are often brighter than "normal" people. But they cannot often hold well-paid jobs, and in superstitious communities no one will give them jobs at all. ,I OO0 Can Faith Cure Everything? Aside from all other questions of wh~t faith can do, take this one: Can faith cure everything? We know now (that is, doctors know) that f~ith goes a long way in the healing process of any disease, and may be a major force in some cures. It has been reliably esti- mated that more than half the pa- tients in American hospitals at any given time would be discharged at once, if their attitude were chang- ed; in other words more people are hospitalized for basically psycho- logical reasons th(~n for physical reasons. The physi~cal trouble is there, but it's theme ntal slant that causes the physical spill. But can faith cure everythinK? Can faith ward off ever y0fing ? If a smallpox epidemic were threatened, should a Christian refuse vaccination and rely only on his faith ? Most Chris- tians would Say No; all health de- partments would say No. And all Christians agree that some troubles are not curable by faith. You cannot pray a broken, torn-off arm back into existence. Destroyed brain cells never grow again, for saint or for sinner. The very church that believes most in miracles is the one most famous for its hos- pitals. Can Your Faitk Help Me1 Another question: Can one man's faith help another man? In this story it was the father's faith that helped his boy. Is this always the case ? Again yce have to say some- times yes, Soft, crimes no. Jesus himself performed ~ore than one cure, on the faith, ~ot of the sick persons but Of their families or friends. Christians should of course pray for their sick loved ones, pray for doctors and nurses and drug- gists too, without inquiring, "How much faith can this patient him- sel~ have?" Yet there are limits to 'this. Saving faith, the faith that is a turning fTom darkness to light, from evil to God, alwaya has to be one':s 0W~ Whet is Feith'g Power * The third question can bean- ~ered in yery f~W,word~. W~at the ~ecret of faith s power? It is right in the story. The disciples were powerless, for their trust was in themse!ve~. They hs~d forgotten to pray. Jesus connects faith with prayer. Faith alone is nQthing; it works, only if and because it lays hold o~ ,tl~ flower of t!~e mighty God. tho Divls/on of Cbr/sthtn ]~lU~tion, National Council of the Churebe~ of Cb~bt in rise U. K. A'. ~ b.~ Community Press 8e~rlee.) N[XT WL~K - ANOTHER 12SSON- ~LIGiON FOR THE MOPERN WORLD What will you be doing when the clock strikes twelve on 'New Year's Eve? Celebrating? Celebrating what? The death of the old year and the birth of the new? W hy? Didn't the year past measure up to your expectations? Are you glad to be rid of it? If so---what makes you think next year is THE CHURCH FOR ALl ALL FOR THE The Church is the greatest factor the building of character and good It is a storehouse of spiritual values. strong Chulch, neither democracy can survive. There are four sound tea every person should attend services support the Church. They are: (I) own sa~e. (2) For Ms chl]dren's sake. the sake of his community and natiOn, the sake of the Church itself, which going to be any better? 0nly you can lay the foundation for a better future--with God's help! If you are to be a better person, if next year is to be a better Day Book Chap Sunday" John & year, you must include God in your planning. Monday John 4 Here is the opportunity of a New Year! Let us go to the HouseTuesday HebrewsHebrew' 1111 Psalms 90 of the Lord[ Let us give thanks to Him for what has been and ask Psalm, 91 His blessing upon what is to be. ~turday Eccle,iute~ $ What more perfect beginning could there "be to any year? moral and material suppol't. Plan to church regu[ar!y and read your ~}bJe: Wednesday Thursday Friday This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Va. MERCHANT & . NOLAND GULF SERVICE 321 West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 5006 H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Va~ RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 KIRBY CLEANATORIUM "DRY CLEANING AT ITS BEST" East Washington St. Phone 686-W L. W. JAMES Owner CARPER'S ESSO STATION ESSO PRODUCTS Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Va. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Va. Martinsburg, W. Va. -- Leesburg, Va. VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOW'N, WEST VIRGINIA RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PRODUCTS West Washington St. Phone 5036 Charles Town, W. Va. J. L. EACKLES J. DONALD Harpers Ferry, WHITMORE LUMBER BUILDING Phone 650 Charles J. EMORY ESSO Phone 575-W Charles "PITTS - JEFFERSON CHARLES TOWN, "ALWAYS A GOOD J. C. PENNEY CHARLES TOWN, POWHATAN & IRON RANSON WEST