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! |l 3"car is good, and the color and ies department and Kiwartis mem ~,ek by Rudolph L. DiTrapano, of night in a row Thursday on the finish is also better than average, ber-sponsor W. W. Wilcox, is Charleston, chairman of the Dem Brunswick alleys when they drop And fortunately, the market has a service organization for boys ocratic Executive Committee. ped a 4-0 decision to the Jokers been receptiVeapples, to even reasonably U in the tenth, eleventh, and twel- DiTrapanOworking closelySaid Mr. Kiiham will inLeague.aCtion in the Major Bowling | decent Canner demand l[ fth grades in high school. The be with the Cou- [a I has also been good the growers t t club, sponsored by the Kiwanis nty Democratic headquarters and Eleanor Moore rolled the high - - say. 1 ~ Club, has as its aims: the develop county chairman Roger Ramey. single g~ame score for the Kastle '~) . Parents of Shepherd Colle~.e football game,ment of dnitiative, leadership, team, a 129, while Gertrude Prain F m, l t ne ,e~.Ierson ~oumy rult students will be honored guests An important part of the days and good citizenship. "Under- ~.$|^ |~ ^ A ~ trod a 321 for l~igh set score. Id [9 grower sam ~na~ app!es nave at the campus on Saturday, Nov- program will be faculty-parent n = I ] been for some weeks, the major " " advisory sessions in the forenoon. ~. g . . . team were: Eleanor Moore 316; [ II '. . . ember 2 An lnvl.tatmn to attend standing through involvement is Q~lltg ~ t-U~' ~ U pillow. ~ot ~.eM'~ f,w th~ Kautl~ ~ frmt available m quanhty to p~ ~,~'~ ~ ~ ~, ~ the motto of the or anization " 1 J The parade along Main Street rresment Lorenz nab state(l[t~Tr[~ |N |N[fPr~ ]n E. Johnson, 301, Helen Keliean merchandisers for dlsp ay at re- ,ar~nts of s+ud~nto ~, ,~n~h ~ C "1 . enn . 1 " ~ - in Shepherdstown that was rained that the Key lub wl ! sellp . - 294 and V~rgmm Dorsey 289. . tail, ant1 tins nab unaoumeu y ro ~ ~ [ DON RENTCIt heavy and freezm~ frosts Th~s . lied at the college, out on Homecoming Day, October ants ann peanut brime. ~'rofi~s ~ .~ a .o . " ~'~""" ""hi~- Mo'her N-'ure dea't aspect to ~ne ueman~ for apptes m ,~. week-end will in most ,w ,v "~, ~ aL ~ ~ . . . ' rarems m me ,ay wm oe 19, will be held as part of Par-from these projects will be donat [~F~nSWlC~ ~C~[0]] Progress would be faster if s just about mark the e~d '.he orchards in the low-lying sec- the markets W~en the citrtls honored at half-time during the ents' Day. Marching bands, floats ed to wormwniie commurtRy ann o ~ ~, forward e :he apple picking season in tions of the county, reduced the truit moves into me markets, ,tne da~ s football game with Bridge- built by campus student organ- school activities' ' The club is con-The Kastle's Ladies bowlinopeo,s p~-e could o on x- section and area. And cur- apple crops in most of these or- oeman(t ~or apples may arop at water College. Earlier in the day, izations, and cars carrying college . . ~ ~ ~e~. '~Y the "King of the Fruits" chards to between 25 and 50-per- mast to some extem, ~t was smt- parents will be given opportunity officials and local dignitaries will sidering adoptmg a foster child bowlin- team of Charles Town iding the crest of consumer cent below the normal expected eu t to register as guests. Those par- make up the parade. The public but plans for this project'are not experie~nced theirsecond bad GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY ~arity wave At least reports production levels. Then later Thus unless the "roof fal~ls in ents registered before 12:00 noon is invited to view lhe parade and complete. - a a number" of fruit growers came some damaging hail, follow- from here on out, the 1968 year will receive free passes to the see the judging of the floats. Officers . f then loCale "-eKeYt " i-eClUb SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS' ADVOCATE u~fferson County report thai ed by the drought conditions of must be termed one of the better . ",are Jonn ~ore z, pr sm n ; ~a K my have the right quality and Julv and August and the lack of ones in some years for the apple ~ " P " " " I at state and national conventions IGsner, vice president; Kim Reid THURSDAY, OCTOBER "H, 1968 SECTION--B apples, they have a ready rain, not only father reduced the gxowers, rlamsT-t:lt1'erTiutter l at night clubs, hotels, colleges, secretary; Bobby Liskey, treasur- .zet for them. And even more number of apples in those orch- "I [ and in communi.ty concerts. His er; and Bruce Manuel, sergeant ards, but also stunted their grow- Y ' flying to the grower ,is the Roger Lee C00k To IT0 Appear Tonight ]program witl boa refreshing de- at.arms. [ par~ure from the usual concert. Members of the club are Bruce l I l IL II ~ that this year, they feel the th~,[ The public is invited to attend Brown, Ralph Domaine, Steve I" II ll IT." I I es being offered by both the But ~enerally speaking fruit I growers in this four-state apple 'tUner and the processor, . . hn ar In November IAt ihephera (:011e [the program, wittt no admission ,~Sm~th, Ron Walters, Fred Whit- ll ~m~ l~l ~,~i!l~k I [tington, Donald Miller, Sam By- I i!l I [.e not the best every, they prooucin~, pelt report ,the over-[ ~r- / charge being made m most eases fair. all apple outlook to be the best ] ~ . . [ [ rer, Ralph Whitm0re, Jim Ham- ~ [] [],~~ | lC ~ mond, Brent Anders, DOug Davis l[l 1 1 " ,~~l ae only trouble here in Jeff- this Fa!l in some years. Reports l r0r aememng I Mr. Mel Ehrin, a Dried pianist harle Danny Nichols, Glenn Hin on, t l 1 [ ~ I n county is that some of the receiveu ~rom t~erKe~ey, ~worgan [ entertainer, Will give a public per and Hampshire counties in West [ fonnance at Shenherd Colleee Jeff Rhodes, Robbie Cain, Jim 1 i I t growers, particularly those w,~mar ~ims [ [Les Widmyer ' orchards located in the V :ndn also: t h: h:iayhY" Roger Lee Cook, 17-year-old ]Thursday, November 7. Key C[ b TO Bracelale, John Devenney, and ' - - ~Ying section of the county PP g g g " Summit Point .~outh char-edl rm s program wm ~egin ,a~ ~:uu ule East and ,Northeast of boring Virginia andaM~ryland, wilh the murder of James Rus.'P. M. in ReynoldsHall ,[ ~ For H0111f " ties Town, don t have many also are most encour ~ng. [sell, Jr, 79. of the Wadesville During nis perzormances, ~r. Reb0unSn chine Dixie O. Kii am Is I or Bu$111ess es this year to sell. They Growers report tTmt while there ! section "near the Virginia West Ehrin plays many types of music,[ ~.~.~- h .: -~ less fortunate than most was a shortage of labor for pack- Vir.in~a line wiP bes t.acl~ in including b01~h 'popular and classi ~e growers this season in that in~.~ and ~nrocessingo the eros,~ they I tzzarKe~"" t~oumy" "' tArcuit "~ Court~" m' Cal 'numbers. . More .than a con-, l John Lorenz, president of the ]C0~n~ C alrmn For BURNER MMIWENANCE - BUDGET ACCOUNTS r crops were hard hit in sew- sa~d they were able to obtain . . . cert, h~s program includes ira-[Key Club at Charles Town High Ways. r ample qualified pickers for this ~,~ovemDer tor a pre-sen~ence re. personations of othbr' pianists, im]School, announced the decision H m l I IN,"r" ~r instance, for the most pat year since most of this type of por~: accoramg .~oa rtji)ng ,~s~ provisations on standard melod-]of his organization to donate [[ phrepMuslde licker apple orchards located in the labor came from the labor camps week m Juuge ltooer~ ~. woicz, ies, and serious renditions of ~ $150 to the ' basketball team. I D D (Dixie)~ Kilham, owner ~ ~ 1 adoah Junction, Kearneys- in the area where imported skill. [ Cook's trial was set for a hear musical numbers requested by [ Coach Zamberlan has indicated Shepherdstown and in sen- ed frttit pickers were on hand ing Wednesday Oct. 16, but was the members of the audience. ]that this money will be used to and'operator of the Hilltop House dl of the section located and waitingfor the harvesting of called off when the defendant Mr. Ehrin has been awardedlhelp pay for the new rebounding at Harpers Ferry, has been m, ua,~xmr .~n Charles Town, east to the apple crop to get underway, changed his original plea of not the masteFs degree by Carnegie [ machine, named as Jefferson County coord- ~ llllll~ wn and Harpers Ferry, Generally speaking growers say guility to one of guilty where he Institute of Technology: He has[ The Key Club, sponsored by innator of the Humphrey-Muskie m=~ww m .hit hard last May from that the quality of the crop this was taken before Judge Woltz. performed on radio and television Michael Cook of the social stud- ticket, it was announced this | JOHN S. CALLEBS Huntington Secretary of State DENNIS R. KNAPP Nitro For Judge Of The Supreme Court of Appeals ARCH A. MOORE, JR.- FOR GOVERNOR MOUNDSVILLE, W. VA. GEORGE L. STRADER Buckhannon For Congress 2nd District JOHN I. ROGERS Keyser For State Senator 16th Senatorial District ROBERT R. COCHRANE Salem For Auditor J. KENNETH LAMBERT Parsons Foi' State Treasurer THOMAS (Tom) KITCHEN Ranson For Sheriff CONRAD C. HAMMANN Rt. 1, She erdstown ' County Commissioner Shepherdstown DL~triet i CHARLES H. HADEN, II Morgantown For Attorney General EDWARD T. WHITE Union For Commissioner of Agriculture R. JACOB SCHLEUSS MarUnsburg For Sudge 23rd Judicial ~ Circuit LOUISE LEONARD Harpers Ferry House of Delegates LUKE E. TERRY MartinSlmrg For Sudge 31st Judicial Circuit K. PAUL DAVIS Charles Town Prosecuting Attorney Sefferson County A. G. HOOPER, JR. Charles Town For County Surveyor 1. Exempt food and drugs from the consumers sales tax. 2. Guarantee government workers freedom from contributing to political funds to keep their jobs. 3. Apply the efforts of the Department of Agriculture to helping farmers rather than providing more hindering regulations. 4. Examine the present tax structure to eliminate injustice to older citizens and others on small fixed incomes. 5. Establish a system of civil service for State employees. 6. Develop programs of education with emphasis on vocational and nicaI skills. 7. Establish in the office of the Attorney General a division for consumer protection from fraudulent practices.