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From Page One From Page One fith unloaded the second biggest salary on the team, with Roy Sievers tops at $36,000. The opening game of 1959, scheduled for April 9, will be on a Thursday, first time in -10 years that the season has not opened at the start of the week... . . Walter Itaight, the Post-Times tlerald star racing scribe points out: For New York and Phila bus-riding ilorse players, a day at the Charles Town races is a dawn-to-after-dark i]ight. The Gotham fans leave at 6:U0 a. m. and those from the Quaker City at 7:00 a. m. True they get home before the next morning but if the trip is a daily habit--well, somebody has to sleep fast! ... Donnie Pates, Handley High's stellar quarterback this past sea.son is now the Judge's top scorer on the basketball court. In a game against Strasburg, Va. High last week, the lanky southpaw rolled in 27 points. The Panthers will certainly have to keep their eyes peeled on him when they meet Coach Hunter Maddex's quint in the Virginia city on January 17... . . Charles Town's wagering last Saturday (a near record oil $6,10,348) far surpassed that at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans on a per capita base. Yhe Fair Grounds topped Charles Town with a $691,507 handle, but it took 13,670 fans to amass the total. The attendance at Charles Town on the s me afternoon was 8,846... ... Total. paid attendance at the t ,o-day Christmas Holiday basketball tournament at the New High School here (first of it's kind ever to be staged in this area) was 670... Monday night drew a paid attendance of 327 with 352 coming in see the final games the fol- lowing evening. Each team who participated in the tour- ney, Harpers Ferry, Shepherdstown, Musselmau ,and Charles Town received $67.00... PITTS -- JEFFERSON Charles Town, W. THEATRE Va. Wednesday and Thursday January 7 and 8 Friday and Saturday January 9 and 10 "2" EXCITING HITS! TECHNICOLOR COLUMBIA PICTURE PLUS--- DAN DAILEY Sunday - Monday - Tuesday January 11, 12 and 13 GREGORY JEAN SIMMO CARROLL CHARLTON BURL IN WI LLIAM In TECHNICOLOR' and TECHNIRAMA" P~ased thru [] United Mists 2 SHOWS SUNDAY 3:00 P. M. and 8:00 P. M. Monday and Tuesday ONE SHOW NIGHTLY 7:30 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday January 14 and 15 DAYS THAT SHOOK THE WORLDI BALCONo ;town From Page One Shepherdstown with the Shepherd College and Shepherdstown Hig~h cagers both playing home tilts. The College cagers will ~be hosting Falrmont State Teachers College and they will be after some revert ge for the close 81-78 defe~t they suffered in Fairmont early in the season. The Shepherdstown High Car- dinals will be hosting the Martins burg High Bulldogs and this will be ~the first meeting of the season between the two teams. There will also be some Sunday afternoon cage action this week in Martinsburg with the St. Joseph's Catholic High cagers playing host to the St. John's cagers of West- minster, Md. Sunday also the Shepherd Col- lege cagers will leave on a itwo= day road trip into the Sou,thern part of West Virginia, meeting West Virginia Tech in a return match on Monday night and West Virginia State College Tuesday night. Also Tuesday night the Charles Town High Par~thers will travel to Martinsburg to meet their strongest foe of the season in Coach George Whi,tacre's Mar- tinsburg Bulldogs. Harpers ,Ferry will travel .to Wardensville Tuesday night and Shepherdstown will be in Martins- burg, meeting the St. Joseph's Catholic High boys. Charles Town's Page Jackson High cagers will travel to Lees- burg, Va. for a Tuesday night game. Wednesday evening will be a light one for cage notion, with only one game on tap, that one to be played between Musselman and Berkeley Springs at Mussel- man High. Mrs. Randolph Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schill en= tertained some ,thirty guests at a buffet supper Sunday evening. Out~ of town guests were from ~Iar- tinsburg, Winchester, Charles Town, Bunker Hill and Inwood. Miss Sophie Bates of Moores Rest Home spent a part of the hol' iday week with Mr .and Mrs. R. J. Madison. Mrs. D. C. Lyne of'Berryville 'was a house guest of Mrs. D. S. Childs over Christmas Day return ing home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. White Orantham made a business trip to Charlottes veils Tuesday. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Earl Grantham were Mr. J. C. Roberts of Arlington, Va., ~rs. James Poisel of Hedgesville, Mrs. Keener Eutsler of ,~hepherdstown, Mr. A. M. Gilbert of Baker Vet- eran Center, tyrian Grantham III Marine Barracks, Washing,ton, D. C., Miss Retie Lacy of Miami, Fla and Mrs. William Reid of Balti- more. The latter spent the week end and attended the funeral of the late J. F. Macough, try. Miss Donna Schill accompanied friends from Martinsburg to Falls Church, Va. where they spent the New Year. Sunday she returned to her teaching duties at Bel Air, iMd. Mrs. Randolph Barnes spent Sat urday with Mrs. N. M. Gibson near Harpers Ferry. Callers a,t the Bar nes home during the past .week were Mr. William McCullough of Denver, Mrs. A. C. McCullough of Alexandria, Mr. and ~VIrs. Harry Worsley and daughter of Silver Spring, Md., Mrs. May Grantham, Mrs. A. C. Solie of Silver Spring and Mrs. E. A." Cockey of Pur- cellville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Watson and family of Manassas, Va. were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and ~VIrs. R. V. Swartz. Mr. Roland Clarke of ,the Vir- ginia Theological Seminary, Alex- andria, conducted service in Grace Episcopal Church Sunday morn- ing. Service next :Sunday at eleven o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. George Horn, Mr. and Mrs. Car~l Vinroe, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heaton, Mr. William Heaton of Butler, Pa. and Rev. Lambert Heaton of Morgantown, W. Vs. relatives of Mrs. J. F. Ma= coughtry were here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Macoughtry's late husband. Mr. and Mrs. RichEs Edmonston and. family of Chevy Chase, Md., Mr. and Mrs. John O. Turpin and RANGE Just Loaded with Fine Features! II II SET 'N FORGETOURN- ER. Top burner thermo- stat controla cooking temperature automati- cally. Just set end for- get--" no burning, no scorching, no =coming. SIZZLE 'M SIMMER BURNERS. Fastar than any ever made-greater speed and economy with lowest turn-down possibla. TEL-U-SET CONTROL CENTER. Automatic clock with timer, twin Vl$iguida cooking charts, appliance outlet and full width fluores- cent light. MODEL CAKV-3883 From $ Small Down Payment EASY TERMS 114 N. CHARLES STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. P PHONE 226 "COMPLETE ESSOIANE GAS SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ba,tes of New- ton, Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Madison over the weekend. Miss Nancy Keen has returned to New York City after a weeks visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs.J.P.. . Keen. Mrs. Joe White is spending two weeks with her son Mr. Cecil White in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Earl King, 'Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Talbott of Mar- tinsburg were New Years Day din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dailey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gruber and family and Mr. George Gru- bet dined wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Pierce the past Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hoover and daughter of Harrlsonburg, Va. spent Sunday ,with Mrs. Hoover's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jen- nings. The previous Sunday Mr. .and Mrs. Harold Smith, Miss Mary M. Jennings and John Jednings of Hagerstown viisted the Jen- nings home. Mrs. Douglas Ring and Mrs. Pau4 Ring tmd daughters spent Fri day with Mrs. Lee Brown in Char les Town. Mr. and Mrs. C~lvin Pierce who recently moved from Middleway into ~heir new home in Berkeley County were visited Sunday by Mr. and ~vlrs. Paul Ring. The Watch Service held by the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Chur ch was well ~ttended. Rev. Mr. Butcher will deliver a sermon in the Methodist Church,Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Your correspondent will apprec late you calling 58F022 if you have a news item. Mrs. Viola Dawson, Mrs. Allen Ring and son, Mrs. Douglas Ring and Mrs. Paul Ring and daughters spent Tuesday with Mrs. Bill Den nison in Millville. iMr. and Mrs Allen Ring recen= :,tlY viisted Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Creamer a,t Union Bridge, Md. Their son Terry spent the New Year weekend with his grandmo- ther Mrs. Milda Creamer in Shep- herdstown. My Miss Margaret Houser Deferred From Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trund~le and daughter of Elizabethtown, N. C. spent ,the ChrisVmas holi- day with her ,parents >Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder and his par ents Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Trundle near Shepherdstown. Death of Infant Stephen Best, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Bol~by Best of Wash= ington, D. C. ~was found dead in Lbed on Saturday ,morning, Dec. 15. The infant was 4 months and 4 days old. Miss Margaret Hoffmas= ~ter and its grandparen'ts Mr. and Mrs. Russel~l Best ,motored ,to Was ,hington, D. C. on Monday, Dec. 15 and attended the funeral which was held in Kingdoms Hall 14th and Hamilton St. Donna and Duggie Heffner .spenl~ )the Christmas holidays with their grandfather Mr. Robert Wil learns. Mrs. A. R. Thompson ~visited Mrs. Annie Loudan recently. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and daughters of Winc'hester, Va. were The Christmas holiday guests of his parents Mr .and Mrs. F. A. Hill ,and fbrot)her and sister-in=law Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. I Christmas Day dinner guests at !,the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A~ Hill and Mr .and Mrs. C. J. Hill were ~Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill of Scra'l~ble and Mr .and Mrs. Rob ere, Hill and daughter of Win- chester, Va. Saturday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hill were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffmaster and son of Bal~timore, Md. Mrs. Anna Bond and Mr. and ,Mrs. Rowland Bond ,and ch,ildren of Harpers Ferry were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gif,t ,and ,family. Saturday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and family were Mrs. Edna Fries and Mr .and Mrs. William Fries land family of Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Knott Jr. and Mrs. Calvin Knot~ and daugh ters were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and fam- ily and their house guests Mrs. Florence Runlon. Chrk~mas Day dinner guests a,t the home of Mrs. Annie Loudan ~md Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hard- ing and son were Mr .and Mrs. Jack Loudan and sons of Har- ~ers Ferry, Mr .and Mrs. Be~t Loud, an and Miss Margaret Hoff- master and aft~her D. R. Hoffmas- ter. Christmas Day dinn~ guests at ,the home of Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Houser Sr .,and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frye and children and Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Houser and daughters of Hagerstown, Md. ,and Mrs. Ernest Houser Jr., Mr. ~nd Mrs. Adam Frain and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lynch of Charles Town. Miss Cl~eryl Stamat~ts of Wash= ington is visiting at the home of :Mr ..and Mrs. Edgar Mills and ,daughters and Mrs. Annie Mary Hetze. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills ,and daughters and Mrs. Annie Mary Hetzel motored to Washington, D. C. on Christmas Day and were guests of Mrs. W. S. Geary and .family. Mr .and Mrs. W.iHiard Allen and daughter of Charles Town, David Allen ,and ciaughcer of Boonsboro, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb of Alexandria, Va. and Mr .and Mrs. Berkeley Custer and daughter of Jefferson Terrace Charles Town were Christmas Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lou- dan and son. Sunday dinner guests a~ the home of Mr .and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughters and Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel were Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel and sons Denny and Don- ny .and Mr .and Mrs. David Het- zel and daughter of Morgantown. Gary Loudan who has been on the sick list is abel to be out. Mr .and Mrs. Wa~Iter Moore and sons of Sharps'burg, Md., Jackie Loudan and Don Davidson of En- gle were'Sunday evening guests of John Harding. Edr~ HaJding 'an,el Mrs. Hilda Crawford and son of Halltown were Saturday evening guests of UNUSUAL TASK Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Carson City, Nev.=Ir0nically one son and Mrs. Annie Loudan. of the first Jobs Nevada's new Mr. and Mrs. James Fink of governor has to do is to appoint Knoxville, Md. were Saturday someone to a State post now held guests of Mr .and Mrs. Harold by his father. Harding and son and Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mr .and Mrs. Mack Irvin and Red China gradually loosens So son of Decatur, Ga. were ,the Chris viet ties. tmas holiday guests of his oarents Mr .and Mrs. Herbert Irvin. Mr. and Mrs. David I-letzel and daughter and Denny Hetzel of Morgantown, W. Va. spent the Christmas Holiday with their par ents Mr .and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel ~ and son Denny. Legion Auxiliary Has Combined Xmas SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS --B THURSDAY 2 For Quick Results Use Our If You Want Results Use Spit Party, Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary held its regular mon,thly meeting combined wit'h a Christmas Party ~t the home of Mrs. J.axnes P. Mor ison, Brownville, Thursday, Decem her 11 at eight o'clock. The home was cheerfully decorated for the 28 members present. Mrs. Raymond Smith, president presided at the~business meeting. A letter of .thanks was read ~rom the needy family for the Thanks- giving basket which the Auxiliary had donated. Plans were made for another Christmas Basket to be given to the same family and to which ,the American Legion had contributed. A letter of appreciation was read from Mr. James Moler, Prince pal of Wright Denny Grade School for the contribution of money by the Auxiliary. This money W~ for the purpose of 'buying books for the children of Veterans in the school w.ho ,were unable to furnish their own. Plans were made for the Party to be given to the patients on Ward 112 A and B at the Newton D. Baker V. A; Center Monday, December 22. Quite a few mem- 'bers repo~ted time spent at the V. A. Center in wrapping gifts for rthe patients. For entertainment, Mrs. JMnes Morison read the Christmas Story and the group joined 'in singing Christznas Carols. The members exchanged gifts, a~ter which de- licious refreshments were served from a beautifully appointed din- ing table. Mrs. Morison was assist. ed by Mrs. J. M. Wilson, Mrs. Roy Kisner, Mrs. Margaret Cepelka, .Mrs. Nina Vickers ~nd Mrs. Ray- mond Smith. ORDERS ON HIPPO : Sydney, Austtralia Zdenck 836 Wolenski, a business executive who wants to buy a baby hippo for $450 from the New York ~oo as, a pet ,for his ~hildren, has :been told by Governmen,t officials that he'll have to keep it in ~the Sydney zoo. Canadians urged to protect ec., enemy .from inflation. I ,O The wheels are moved out 5 inches for the widest, steadiest stance in America. t %. Road-test the only car with Wide rrack Try your touch in this new Pontiac and discover the big difference in cars today! Try this brilliant beauty around a few city corners and country curves. See for yourself how Pontiac's Wide- Track Wheels grip the road more firmly, corner so surely and safely, take the lean and sway out of the sharpest curves. You'll discover the easiest handling, most beautiful roadability you've ever known in the new Wide-Track Pontiac! Pontiac! 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