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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAmmERS ADVOCATE l ion of forei@.n economic condit-[~cienceReseardh Council." [ ions to American agriculture, Dr. I "His contributions con nued af- [RSDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1959 5--A [Stine est~bhshed t~he first depart- [ter his retlremen~t in 1951. He ser ~~De~r0~~ [mel~tal u~, for economic ann[y-[ved as associate research director ] sis of ~orehgn compe~l'tion and de Lo ft,'he Twentieth Century Fund I ma~d and directed the work of [study of government farm pro- |several agriculture comavzissioners I grams and briefly as senior spec- A ~_ .......... :" -- -- ,,,r -- I aJbroad 2~te infomnation obtained li~list on Agriculture in the Legis- er rmed Drunken ,uard Is Removed ~r uscar c. stme, wno operu~es ~ne ~.ureem az Agmc~ure ~.~cono-lwas coxrr~ with U. S. s~atisticsl)a~ve Reference Service of the a 120-acre farm in Jefferson court m.~cs m 1921. As fine first head ofI ,,, ~,~ ~f,~-~a~i,~n reo~-di--I x,,,~. ..... f f.~o~..~ o~. ~. ~ .^ .u^~.~s di.~sio.. S.~...~ stand~.~t~-, ~. .............. ~ .... ~l~.~.-.*.J ...... ~ .... recipient of a high honor which I s1~tistlcal procedures and develop [~"~.~"~,~'~'-~':~;,a~,~d ~s~h ~.u~"~,~: [~.~'~'~,'~o ~"~,'~-~--~':~-~-ev Col: I t was Hailowe'en and in spite was only partly loaded, fine American P~rm Econozmc As ted st~ist col method o deal-I ......... th ....artment _f I ..... ~- -~ ~"inois Umver all the ,treating' one Ri'pponi Af.ter much prodding ~by the .... ~-~,,, ~,~w~,, -w,- ,- ..... -e.,~zs ........... v ......... ~too ... fin. I-te~-,-t.~o--~ I~ ~ ~,, an, felt there would be some of Troopers the man ,told them his ................... ....... " '~"" cently when he was selected for lagncul'ture. In 1946 he ~ras ~p-I sti~Atte of A~riculture and led ev-[ e more mischeievous ones who purpose :Vhere was to guard the ,an honorary fellows~,p ku .the as-Ipointed Assistax~t Cl~ef of Vhe Bur lent,,tl,, to ~he establishment of [ ......... ~uld not, and would not. resist school bus shelter and see that ....... ~" ~mer l~ee z~ouer;cz ~resnman soviatmn m recogm~ion of his] eau ~n charge of prices, income,| t, he tnorei,~n A~rr~cul~ure Service [ ........... " "" Le temptatio~u to do some destruc nothing l~ppe~ned to it on Hal- man- ve~r~ ,~ .cliff, nourished ser- I and murketin~ I -- . " .- '" -. I at omverm~y oz w. va.. morgan- - ~ ..........~- o" "l~nrou~nottt ~ne years, ~u~e repre w kc~vzd with his ~'e ~ricking. And he felt the lowe'en 'mght. A search of the vice in 'the field of Agriculture Ec[ "Under his direction the w~rk[~,,~,~ t.~ a,~rm~ .... t ~.t. ...... It own spent the. ee _: ._ onomlcs And ~long wkth fine sel-I _..k^ ~. _.. ~_ ,~... ^ _ .._.~,.:. I .... I morner ~rs. ~ilmer h:~ bus shelter near Ri,ppon man ,further revealed that he not ' ..~ ........... .- .................... - z~ooencK ection c~'ne a citation 'and an in- l~! ~,v. ,u~,.r~ .,, ;~v,_~,~u~, l OUS m~rnat~on~ comerences re-l LI~tsOe:U~ ~o/he2laces the only had the gun fully loaded, ~ut TWIN ALL-AMERICAS? Marlin ,(left) and Mike McKeever .......... ~ _ __ __ I OZ price ~rmexes, ~se me~..ure-|~ttng 'to agriculture and statistics., N ~ . (he nan additional sachs m ~ms end and guard on Southern Cal s Trojans, threaten to be w r~no~n ,~or ram. ~o go. ~o z .er o I merit of price ~nd income eating- I "He was editor of the 'Journal I ,, n , . ~ [outW this 'lp-axz had several child ! pocket. He was brought to CharleShis ._ _ j,=e-- -- first identical twins ever nominated for all-America honors.~|___.=~ w Fm- ~" :h :.1ati b~'t ~td ttt~le pc ! ~n a~ist a ~iati~n in 19~,I ~~~ n WhO usecl ?~hat school bus shel iTown and charged with ~being They weigh 436 (218 apiece, that is). r every day while waiting for{drunk. Le SChool 'bus. And this man de- Just as the officers ~e~t the jail ded he was going to do ,his duty [ thinking this matter over and ~ago~ citizen of the county Idone wi~z a call came that a car by| Tn R d L a~ mght.and see to it personally ,had crashed into this same school ~S enans uy Lan For N ew 3~" no~m.~g happened to that ,bus shelter and had comoletely Willia_sport' mu~ar ~us Shelter So he haul demolished it Since the car left ,ar~WhiskeYthe sheiterS as be ready for Police have no idea who Vhe drl- Reee~.tly two of Presby- " "i "} lma~l~"g've liat~en e'l~e I ~" te long vigil and was off to ver was. "His 37 years of association wi~h L ' ~ ' ' . ..... With gun and ~ groups ureas radio and TV churches Vhe Department of Agricul,ture .be-Iwish the indolent or the pren'tentl was a member of the Central ~,,t~ ~:ho_t ff necessary. PAPER COLLECTION terians-men ..... and women-metlain ~se schools" "' and h.branes" " government' ' g~n in 19.14 as a col, luborator ~t I ous. He wa~ interested fund~men- [ Sta~st~cal Board organized in I d~-k.)~x%.~z~ ~,.,~ilr~'][[ parade .sessmns ann muae p. ns ~o agencies and men's and women's the Universi~y of Wiscon'sin. He ]tally in men and Ideas and had 1 1933 and. served some time .as ] ~~ ~~',.~ IlL . - ~ne meantime Charles TownSATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 undergurd the work of thezr ehur ,,-~an~z~ ti~*,~ came to Washin'gton in 1916 as an Ismall reg~ra .zor enorvs ~o organ- I v:ce-presmens, e~)r many years ne l {.~ c~l~_'~_--~/~[-_,~. ~ate Trooper A. J. Wade and W. " ~ - the ches in the Winchester Presbytery ~'Z:_ "'~ ~':~'. ..... economist in Vhe Office of ~arm [ize fine study of agriculture Pc~no |.was a meraber of the N~bio,nal In- I -,~ ~,~--'_":'~.%"-~" , Barlow were doing some 'patrol The Sophomore Class of Theme o~ the weez will 0e an dunng the coming year .... " Management to .do historical re-[nomivs in.to a series of nea~ bur-[come and National Price Con~er- J :--.~ . .~. ":-" ~s, rooking not only for ~allow- Charles Tow,n Senior High SchoolTh.,~ P.~sbo~- ~erv .... of Winchester e)cpiana~mn of "Agri~ousiness', search f n ri eaucra)tic subdivisions When fac- ence of the N~tional Bureau of - a I've found its! ~z pranksters who might be is having a Papor Drive on ~a~- ~.h~ ~m~ tmdv composed of min which :s a term to describe all the or a Atlas of Amp ca~ [ . " . [ . .... I Eurek .. - ................ ra ..... Agriculture This proiect was nev- [ ed w~th a problem, ne arew on | Econonuc z~eseaxcn ann a~so a I ~ho ~--t hidin~ nlace for rag. too far with their celebra- urday, November 14. Anyone hay- tsters and elders met at the B t~u ope ~mns involved in produc~mn " ~ ' i ............. tg._~ut, also road law violators, ing papers please put them on ker I-~ll Church'Tuesdav Oct 20 and distribution of food and fib- er com~pleted, but it. led to ~heIWh~tever men and resources were|member of the Council on Foregn] ............. p, and elecU~cl Dr ~tarrv-'Crim of er. "Agribuslness is a $90 billion developmen.t of the Stai'stical and ]needed. |Relations: He represented the A-| anomer nmuc, ~. ~ooutu ousll:45stop thet~heYRippon'Passedmanthe pickeaYUr doorstepSup, and they willbe Strasburg, ........... Va. as Moderator to suc mdust_ vry, ..... Bowers pom~.d .out H~stori,cal Research Division of~ ",Deeply interested In t~e rein- through ~wo ~erms on the Social guarding. And noticing him ceed the Rev. Oren ,Moore of'Front "aria employs ~tu ,per cen~ oI an in the car all alone and in BAKE SALE, NOV., 14 Royal. Among other actions the the workers i.n this coun.try." ah,nelyspot they decided ~--- . group alsovotedtopurchasefive. " :vest gate They found the T w~Oe~hed "over the car's steer The Teen-Age Canteen of acres of land on U. S. Route 1,1, Charles Town will hold a Bakenear Williamsport, Md. for 'start- [Jr A.':d ,according ~o Troop Sale on Saturday, Nov. 14, 1959,ing a new congregation and new Wade and Barlow he was starting at 9:30 a. m. in the form church. ' ~Iu lie,'.",," oPen .too much for him. On West Washington St. It is hoped ordi,nation and received Candidate seatii wa~besideloadedhim FurtherWa~-~ a shotgUninves_ |thethe .projectgeneral public will support Lennart Pearson of Atlanta Pres- " tic : turned up a whiskey hot [ ~ ~ -- bytery ~rho will be installed as Min The Conservation Commission's ister of Opequon Memorial Chur- ~ame division reminds all success- on the ~loor of the car and i~t ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY ch near Winchester. He will be or ful turkey ~hunters that law re- Discontinuing Housekeeping I will sell at Public Outcry the Following Articles, located at 542 South Mildred Street, Charles Town, W. Va., on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. ANTIQUE FURNITURE Walnut Extension Table, 12-feet long; Walnut Serving Table, Walnut Chest of Drawers, 3/4 Walnut Bed, Mahogany Sideboard, 6 Mahogany Dining Room Chairs, Several Ma- hogany Tables, Pedestal Table, Mahog~my Chest of Drawers, Old; Mahogany Stool, Snake Leg, Tilt Top Table; Spinning Wheel, Maple Bed with Springs and Mattress; Several Small Jewelry Boxes, Old Tongues, Shovel and Screen; 3 Old Trunks, B~rdseye Maple Table, Lap Board, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs, Big Farm Bell. dained and installed January 10 by a Commission of Presbytery made np of Dr. David R. Holt, ZI, Martinsburg; Dr. Charles C. Cow- sert, Winchester; "l~he Rev. J, Am drew Gullick, Shepherdstown; The Rev. Robert D. Goshorn, Berry- ~ville; Elder Jay Lowden Burn.t [ Church; Elder William Pryor, Win chester First Church; Elder Con- nie I. Renner, Opequon Memorial Church. Two Work Shops on World Mis siGns were announced-'Moorefleld c,u December 5, and Opequon Mere orial on December 6. Thursday and F~iday, Oct. 22 and 23, the Winchester Presb:~ter- ial-the Women of the Churohes- met in Winchester. After hearing a message from the Modera.tor of the General Assembly, Dr. E. T. Thompson of Richmond, the Worn Je CItY THARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. en got down to ,business hearing re from all causes and virtually themselves ,to undergird ;he work of :the Presbytery with new dedication to all of its caus- ses. One of the highlights of the two MODERN FURNITURE .... day me tlng panel diseu s- ion which broug'ht together She 6 Dining Room Chairs, Medicine C~binet, Bridge Table, chairman of each of the Presbyter Card Table, 2 Cardboard Wardrobes, Dressing Table, Some ia:l Causes and the Corresponding Bed Clothing, Book Case rand Books; Coffee Table, China Chairman of .these causes in the Presbytery of Winchester. These aria Glassware; 9 x 12 Wilton Rug, Wicker Chair and Settee; members then answered questi(~ns W!cker Baby Crib, Studio Couch, Suite Cases, Venetian from fine audience regarding ,their Ualninds=ytc:u:es and .Picture Fr~es, Iron Bed with Springs particular cause. The ol.lowing teams pa zer2ci,pated. .. "~ ~'~**xv~S; liOSpl~l Bed with S"rin .... ~ .... . :Spiritu~I Growth-Mrs. Vernon torch Glider, Chair and Table Ele .... -," ~_~ ~-~ Iv[attress, Electric Brooder Ch-i~,--- , -..~.c. r~n, ~mctric Heater, L. Dyer. Petersburg; The Rev. , -~*mas Jbignrs, Victrola, Games, Bread James Dri,nkard, Woodstock. World Missions, RVIrs. J. C. Higgs, Maker, Kitchen Utensils, Pots and Pans; Some China and Winchester, The Rev. Reuben Sulc Glassware; Table Lights, Oil Stove, Stone Jars, Some Garden Hancock. Tools, and Lots of Other Articles not mentioned. Church Extension. MissY. Fran- ces ~VIoore, Charles Tow,n; Dr. Da- TERMS:-~ASH on Day of Sale. I vid R. HolC II, Martinsburg. Ohristian Education, :Mrs. 'Lacy M. TRAPNELL ~oyer, Woodstock; The Rev. John C. Livingston, Burnt and Sunny- ~Iovember 5 and 12- 2t.' m sides. Annuities and Relief, Mrs. Hugh Shi,pper, Martinsburg; Mr, Jay H. Lowden, Winchester. ~tewardship, Mrs. Charles Kirk, Rc~nney; Mr. James Clower, ---- Woodstock. General F~nd Agencies, Mrs. Col vin Arnold, Westernport; The Rev. I~mar F. Neville, ~Vartinsburg. Dr. Charles C. Cowsert Execut- ive Secretary for Winchester Pres ,bytery moderated t~e Panel. ~iss Virginia A~len, Missionary ,from ~he Belgian ~ongo, address- ed the group on Africa. ~/Irs. Irvln G, Bowman of Moore f~eld, retiring two-year president was presenCted by ,the Presby.te~al with a lifetime membership m ~ne Women of the Church- a distinct honor and privilege. Mrs. Joe Hot- tinger of Winchester succeeds ~Irs. Bowman as President for the next two years. Obsemnce City,arm With Warfarin... A Five-Star Week Nov. 20-26 Will Killer thatwill do the job... Be Important To All Attractive Aroma ~a~ City Week t,his year-being Taste Appeal obse ed Nov. .0-26 will have a message of paramount importan- nt Fe Convenie eding Cake where they live, according to Her man M. Bowers, Morgantown, As- Take Home Package sistant Director of the Agricul- " rural Extension Service, West Vir- ginia University and chairman of Warfarin *Base the State ~arm-City Week Com- mittee. "In recent years, farmers have Try This Wonderful New Approach been moving to city-for jobs- and city people have been moving to the cou~.try-,for ~etter living to Your Rat Problem Today... quarters. This great shift in living habits is one of the reasons N~t- Buy It Right Away At ional arm-city Week is held," oer toy ,,Idea of the week-long affair is to ~cquaint city people with the H k. {LE ] 0 *'*"~ of f~rmers who supply i all ,the food America eats-and to acqual,nt farm ~olks with the prob lems of cl~y people who want the gl .IN tE!] best food and :fiber it is possible I . for U. S. farmers to ~rovide but at a fair price to these farmer- producers," Home Of "Over.The.Top" Feed ~.ocal programs throughout the !Mou tain State will be geared to show farm and city people .that each segment of the~ Population is (:]aaz'le Town, W. V-- depende tt on the other, Bowers Phone 78 & 74 ~said. Participating in the observance M~. will ,be farmers, industry, business ]vex Eberlole, civic organizations, professional groups, trade 0rga~tizatioz~, ~the quires them to check their kill ei- ther through a conservation offi- cer, a check station or by ,writing directly to the Commission office in Charleston. These kill reports are compiled and the ,final figures are released to the p~btic in ,both the cress emd .the Comzrgssion ~nag a~i~e. Over the years these kll records show ,trends in .the turkey ~popula- tion Which help the biologists in ~ormul,ating seasons and manage- ~ent ,techniques. Kill records will i indicate ~f a turkey 'popula,tion is ~ncreasing, decreasing or remain- ling static. This i n;form~ticcL coup lied wi.th actual field studies and observations, gives a general pic- ture of fine status of Surkeys in specific areas. 'Bach year there are many tur- keys harvester ,by hunters Who fail ,toreport thedr kills. The yearly ',total kill figure, as a ,result of this ,practice, is lower ,than the actual lcH1. ~iologists have no way of knowing how much difference ex- isis ,between ~he recorded and ,the actual turkey kill. A more accur- ate igure would give t)he biologist a cleaner ~picture of the ,turkey ,pop ulahion and ia ~turn provide muoh needed infor~v~ation .to supplemen, t field work. The more complete ~he in~forma,t ion is on ~ ,turkey tmpula~ion, the better the c~nances are that a biol- ogist will be ~ble to refine seasons or habitat conctttions .to ;further rmprove hunting success. Through these manageme~'~t changes, the hun.ter's chances of harvesting a turkey are greatly improved. PHONE 664 .... WE FRE.SH (OUR OWN MAKE) lb. )c Woman's Club Meets Tuesday, November 17th The Woman's Clu,b of Charles Town will meet at the club House on Tuesday, November 17bh a~ 8 p. m. with Mrs. James Snyder as guest speaker of the evening. Her topic will be "The Home or Com- munity". AH members are asked to be prese~,t. DR. O. T. REITER FOOT SPECIALIST Will Be In Charles Town AFTERNOON and NIGHT From 1:00 to 7:00 P. M. 107 South Charles Street Telephone 519-M EVERY THURSDAY TENDER lb. c lb. c CENTER CUT ALL MEAT ,R A N K S lb. MAINE NO. I lbs. FANCY BANANAS fill DELIVER .... RANSON, W. VA. LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER EARLY! FRESH NUTS, FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS, ETC. T. V. 28-oz. KEEBLER lb. (Lemon, Chocolate, Caramel) SUGAR CURED L)NGHORN 0 E$1 .,. 49, SHARP WISCONSIN lb.