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Gets Decisive Wm! Over & R Ca Jaguars Increase Lead Pa acksonGets ,, o " All states surrounding the Moun[ "---~" ........... ' " ~" lWi] I 1 if] taln State charge far rere" than / ~--~-'~-- -- ' er, P tomac . tate :ager e t Lead in Over Panthers In Blair Fift Victo n Virginia, a Commission/ CH.q 1939 Graduaies to [ spokesman said, while being ob-[ .-. \ ..' .... *,,, I I" /(: y f ge L I ]Be Hig liged far less tea multiple pro-{~vLeet lvlonaay at ,:60 Bowflng League Play R gram For instance, Kentucky/ -- ~l~ The Shepherd ~o,eg; e ctive,y 0 In il 00 a ng amer oharges a minimum resident fee | q~. O~o.,.~ q- ..... r-ri.h ~ohool / fatal scored two comparatively easy vic In the ~aturclay night West Virt J I for'hunting and fishing of $16.00; ]1939"" ~'radu~tir~'"class~"reunion ] ~i12 tories on their home court Friday ginia Intercollegiate Conference [ - -- ~ T .... ~ ...... I ------ .Permsylvanla charges $5.75; Ohio, | g g I ~J~'t~ and Saturday evenings, chalking battle the big offensive three of ] STANDING OF TEAMS | ~vz ~xex~u,~t,~ [ Lawrence Bailey rolled in 26 up an 86-72 victory over Bridge- the Rams-Jim Conner, Bill Grant [ TEAM W L ~ TEAM W L Pet. I poin`ts to lead the Page Jackson $9.'/5; Virginia, $7.50 and Mary-] committee will meet Monday even ;~i~/~/r~lt wwter College of Bridgewater, Vs. [and Wayne Barr-led .the fa~t= [W. & R. Sales 8 2 [Jaguars 7 2 .778 IHigh Spartans of Charles Town land $6.75. In addition, Kentucky|,ing, Feb. 9. at 7;30 in ,the recept- ~,cr~ Friday nigl~t and ~hen really ~eal- /breaking Rams into a real rout Jn ~Kastle's 5 5 ]Panthers 5 4 .556 Ito a one .sided 76-37 victory over Ohio, Virginia and 23 other states | ion room ot the Charms Town ~k~ lopil~g the Potomac State Cats-[the second half of ~he battle. IMpose Club 5 5 |Leopards 3 6 .333 ]Ramer High of Martinsburg Frl-tingChargebigangame,additinalor fishingfee$orfrtrouthUn || 17et.er-a-n-s-a.n~l all~membersf ForeignertheWarSclassAnVare [ ~]~/~ mounts 101-71 Saturday night, t The Potom~ac State cagers came [Town & Country 2 8 |Tlger~ 3 6 .333 [day_ night on the Page Jackson or separate licenses for both | at-eel-an--c)-i-nv]ted to a~tend this ] -~a. In the non-conference battle Fri [into the Shepherd battle wit)h an /Feb. 5--- | The Jaguars increased their la~arawoos. _ ..... __ ~ " | g ' n i@ i i I meeting. day nigh,t the Rwms built up a,{8-7 record and they gave the [Kastle vs T & C Clothiers |slim lead in the Blair Bowling I.~n,ung a~a a~-percen)c!ip.ne I~]~i~l Ll_~i |--~~. 12-point lead in the first period [Rams a game of i for .two periods rMoose vs 4/ & i4 Sales [League to two full games over the [~parr, ans were o~^ ~o a ~ast~ s~a~ I1UIIVIIUI "1 1 [ and coasted to the victory in-||trailing only by a 44-34 score at ... " ]/secnd'place Pan`thers Friday[[an ran up a js- ,nrs . peru.on :] . ' | I me w ~ ~ams cagers increas " h " c e man. men an me secona penes h d he ame the halfwa mark mg ~ m mat h s rolledon 'the creasing t mr lea as t g Y .... r 20 .......... ed thmr lead zn the Jefferson coun tMar~n~bur= aP .... b~, wlnnin= tu,- ,the Spartans rolled up anothe pro~.=sse~i. It was Barr WhO .~OOK over '~ne, . o ......... t .... ub Week Is / ,-.~ ...................................... `tybasketba~eague``hreefu~games~u~fthree~verh~eLe~pomtswb2~eh~Idmg~M.artmsburg~, h7 / .. Pl oacn Jesse zggmman s char- games over the Ks le team and [n.rd hit. },to seven with Bailey inng m sev- ges dumped in 12 fie.ld goals-four ]m '~ne secona nan rouing in seven ................. ' ........ )i ~" if 4-H ' ~ J.. ~~q ' .all but sewed up the league chain in ) n ' " m en f eld goals in the . nst ha . I ,~ held pals as he l~.ams r u be g beate twice m three ga es ~ by Harry H ampf and ,three by J~m g t g ad ally ,pionship Thursday evening, Jan. |by the Ti~er~ I Clarance Branson also helped to Feb 28~arc ~o.ner, m ~ne Iirs~ ~en minu~es of pulled away from the Catmoun~s. !29, by scoring a 61-41 victory over | "The Jagu'ars won ~he first and [give the Spartans their wide lead ~| acuon agamss ~mogewater ann ! ~ the Town & Country Clothiers/~hird =ames from the Leormrds [and their fifth victory of the sea )National Club Week will be l were never headed. With Bill I ~m|,~e, T~ua~ ,while the second pl.ace Kastle |but dro-~,~d the second one'-b- a [son by hitting from the floor ~hree observed throughout West Virginia | ~r~~r ~ ' February 28-March 7, it was an- [ J~-~ ~ M Grant racking up hail his 28-point I ~,IIGII~ /~WII team was being beaten by the |m.,~o o'~ ,~),o, ,,~ ,~'o ~J,~ I.times in each half. i e ir ............. ~ ~ ......... nounced this week .by C. P. Dorsey [ . V" ~ ,total ~he Rams n reased, the 1 FROM PAGE 1 Moose Club by .a 53-49 score on [pards 492 ~o 4'/6 in the first game ] Sophomore Charles Mosby sank S~ate 4-H Club Leader at West Vir } | ~, margin %o a saze 47-27 eoge oy .-------. the Charles Town Junior High/dro.r~d the s~n'd ,'~me bv a l five goals and two free ,throws ,to ginia University. ~ . . ~" ..... ," " , lead l~mer with 12 Tom John- nalft~me . . . a dec~ded setback m WardensvHle l~rdwoods ]score of 469 to 458 but couldne~ ] h " " "" "' -- II ,This year. about 2.201.500 ) i ~P _, ,'d~ e e IW~ :ne,a' ~rant hitas ~nepnera'five timeSremameon'Omsaleiythe I about two weeks ago, and the Tig With only three more .games ,to/quite keep ,pace with the Jaguars Isn_e*gn~ asa~ rtamer'n*ne a naaroppea, nm.:~ur~_,~s s~xm age,' who belong to nearly 90,700 / I - --- _ :. ^^ ..... . . . ers will be going all out for re- be played on the regular seasonal |.in ~e final game. The Jaguars ]. youths b~ween 10 .and 21 years of | 1 Itd~l~J~" ~e a,neaa,.o~-au w[~n ~en mmu~es ~o [venge. schedule the victory for the W. & ]rolled up a total of 1 461 pins to [~na row. .. _ _ local 4-H clubs throughout the / I ' play A pair oi goals Dy nampi . [ ' . ] in ~ne prenminary t~eorge rcu- A Martin h R Salesmen Put ,them out of the 1,436 for the Leopards , United States. will observe .the / lira . : . t sburg t e Wh~tacre- rf r " m -- ~ - . - coached Mart i~hur~ ~,tt~ .... ~tt ea o ~ own and Country i Hopkins and Jones t~ed for h~gh | ............ andmng/e helders by Wayne Barr r th f the T . the o d talhed 21 and Joe Ke p 1959 theme, "Improving Family |i ~ ,~it .{~ ~ran~, ~onner ann Jerry Hannas I go a~,ainst "t'he~" Sher~-herd~s~o'wn Clothiers and left only the Kastle [single game honors in t,his match [cmppea ~_n wsm. la as ~ne ~age a~d Community Living'[. During [ i ~_~ ,,)}/~l;l{~,I~ ~'- ...= onse~ mriagewa~er's l~te-scoring " ~" ' 1 " " JaCKson Pxluctnnl T, oppeo ~ne ~:x- ......... ] H~ h Cardinals and if this =ame is ,and Moose C ub as title con%end- |wrth 120 scores, while Jones roll ] .... ~. ..... ~ ~.~,^ ~,,~^,.~, ~ne wee~ a specim "baiu~e %o a-n / / ~11~] ,,,,, ' '" ~-~.~ --., oict wnen guara jim *eeoy con I--ganysnlng ........... like ~ne one ~nese" ~wo .... ~ l~d ................ hi=h .~at xex~r~ nf .a27 ic~..v-e, o~--~.. ~ .... ~ ...uv, v. Alumni" will be given. / / ~ i%1',' = . .o. had 22 for the losers nected ~for 12 of .his 27 point total. J teams pl,ayed several weeks ago in In this battle the Town and / In the second match of ,the I __ _ " The aim of 'this year's special | 1 ~" --~\X, i ..x..~.. ~ b'nepnera nit ~or ze ~ieia goa~s Sheoherdstown then the fans are Country boys keut race with the/night ,the Tigers roiled to two wins [ "the ooxscore: week ~s to honor outstanding 4-H | / ~"4//~'~\~ll, + ~.~ wi'th Grant leading the scoring par l~n (or an evening of exciting bas W. & R. team matching ~hem in /before losing the third g~ame by a iRamer FG F Pts. "alu~nnl" and 4~o recognize and en- / i ~'~1~'~-~ 'l~\~,\~" .~>,.'~.=~! ade with 28. Conner and Hampf ketball. " ilieid goals. But .the W. & R. team /499 to.539 score. . . . iMosby, f ............ 5 2-3 12 courage seeking %he values and i1 ~~ .~...~,~ -- ----'------'----" hit fnur~times at the foul line as/ Snyaer rolled hlgn ma~cn game |Burrell f . 4 0-0 8 benafits gained by these former | | ~ ~]~~ n ,againSt only three for he Town|~'th a 135 score and ,also had lJohnson, c':[:.:::[[[ 4 1-3 9 ience and learning opportunities. [ k/'.__ _ ____~ i *nd r-.... or,, Clothiers to take ,a lhig~ .match score with a 361. IRoman g 1 3-4 5 climb members through 4-H exper- / ~ ~f-- ......... '~,~!~ lt?l i I~ll~l la ~ll ~ 28-27 halftime lead. | e results: IBrown, g ............ 1 0-1 2 This also will be a chance for pres / . ---.--. _ . B IIKI un- lli im in**.~s~co...~half h^wever ,t.he/J~guars 1 2 3 TotallWalker g ........... 0 1-2 1 ent 4-H club members to eva]-| .- -- -" -~ n-2.c~_i-_:'$ _r-~--" i W. &'*'~,. ~cagers *hi~ for 16 held/Ca~%nes 1806 9761281 2 3iJones, g ..., ........ 0 0-2 0 ante their past achievements and/ "- " i goals and a foul shot while hold= |~ ers 87 88 90 265 ! ...... to plan ~uture activities on their [ " -~,,r D t h lth n~ .... ing the Town and Country boys to ]- y _ ^" 87 "^0 28" [ Totals ........... 15 7-15 37 ,farms, in their homes, and in,their [ Now is the ideal time to place your oraer ue o ea co ns, w i msconunue Iarming and - l~ussara w ~u z lPa~e .laek~o, F~ F Pt.~ rural or urban communities. | " - " " -e e . but seven held goals. . 2 .................... l sell at Pubhc Sale, located 3-miles North of Frederick, and ....... IHopkins 105 I00 120 3 5 l ........... ,Club membership is voluntary | chicks. Excellent strains of iaylng IYP 3-miles West of Walkersville, Md., along Route U. S. 15, on ._ nineswas vne nig.s.corer mr.~ne l Totals 492 458 511 1461 l~;~.~m2eY'~~ ........ ~ z-~ z~ and no fees are eh, arged. ~With the I .... "^r ~otl] W. ~ k. eagers ~vlvn l~ poln~Sl].~n.~,..~= 2 ~ TotalI''v~"''~''' '~ .......... o v-, ~, l MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1959 w}a~leBowers a_nd Ande~ e~ach had I~-n~.1~,..~ 91"72 "93 256 [~rlllS; ff ............. 0 0-1 0he~pAgriculturalf loCalExtensionVOlunteerserviceleaders/A_I themare availablein the soonerAna rememver, ne ear,*etney Will s~ar~ ~o ~ay. ~ zz for .~ne Town ann ~;oun~ry 0 ............. " the work is handled ,by County [ . " ........... ]~t 1 BEGINNING AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A.M. ,cagers i,t was Simons ,with 13lUen~l..err. ~0 19~ 183 20511johnson, c .......... 0 0-0 0 ' ~ ~ 4 gents. Since the Agricultural Ex-| ....... ..n~, & ~( points who was high scorer .wrth Braxton c ~ 1 2-2 i 84 - HEAD I)AIRY CATTLE - 84 Walker gettng Jones .... 90on 9,v ]Ciark. c269 .......... ............ 0 0 tension Service is an educaUonai| your chicks get Southern taru s . arm of west Virginia University, | .............. aS b 60 Milk Cows, 20 will be fresh or close springers by day In the second game of the even Ii~ber~so'~"~ 107 91 106 304/Chas.. Branson, g .... 2 1-~ 15 4-H club members have a direct / illg 24asrl---ne ieeG Wltrl tile / ~x~,'~ of sale, rest are in heavy flow of milk, and will freshen from ing bhe Moose Club again knocked | Totals 476 469 491 1436 i~la== .. arisen, g .... . . ". .. connection with the institution | _ . . ~.^~.le, Ullt July through to October; 7Heifers bred to freshen in fall; off the .second place Kastle team | -- iP" ~aney, g ........ ~ ~-z ~*. Dorsey emphasized. ' / healthy chicks that develop into pron~n-, , i 8 Open Heifers, l=yr. old; 3 Heifers 3=months old; 3 Reg- in a rap-and-tuck battle all (~he |Panthers 1 2 3 Total |JacKson, g .......... ~ u~u ,,~ | ss ere 1 1 h ~om~s a~ o aa~ ",t d He'fer Calves; 2 of t e milking herd are first caff way. |Snyder 95 131 135 361 [ .............. = .... METHODIST FRIENDLY" CLASS[ e.,..'.TVr~r~-nT~-~v ~m~,~c~ ,# heifers and a number are Registered Holsteins. This herdThe two teams ,b0~tled to, a 25- [Rose 81 104 107 292 | T~ta~ 35 6 15 76 TO HAVE "FAMILY NIGHT" " | ~UU'l"l'lJ~J~l~ ~J[~kJ[J~ ~$. is both blood and T.B. Accredited, and will be tested within 24 first half wi~h the Moose Club |Bohrer. 90 86 99 275 |_ " ............. . .. ~. .. ~ / f~____ ~ _. Charles 30 days of sale. Aii necessary health papers will be given holding ~he one-point lead-T~en |~n~row _~2 75 .qa 265/l~amer "' *~ ~--~' The Friendly Class of the Char-/ Town mperauve i on day of sale. in the second half the Moosemen JJ(~l~n~son ~ 9~ ~ ~ )Page Jackson . 19 3.9_61-=-.76 . ' , managed to increase this lead b Officzms ~aJvasore an~ ~mcme les Town Methodist Church will | r).~rr~ ~o ~ror~r .r vl ~ li t~TkTl~ I-I~I)~]l~ " " ' Y [James 88 94 100 282 [ : ' hold `their annual family ni=ht on / ralU~ eo ~x~'~o~'~)Iv.vz~. ~ Im t ree points. ]Turner 102 70 78 25O I i ' =' Fr day, February 13 ~t 6.00 p. m. | , i Sorreli Mare 5-yrs. old, in foal by a Pc!omens Stallion, The boxscores: | Totals 468 508 539 1515/ |il AJ, l |e| liPa " " ' ~" " ' .... ,H and broke for a lady to ride; 2 Western Saddles and Bridles W. & R. SALES FG F Pts |Tigers 1 2 3 Tital / |IIII "@" L~I~I")UI~ -- ~ / IYOUR SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATIVE SERVICE ~@ to match, 1 English Saddle i " " Pittinger ....... 4 1-1 9[err 110 106 100 316[~ s e. .* Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE ~ ~ A ~ ILl T ~T ~ " v Bowers ..... :.'.'.'... : 6 0-1 12 IWelsh 92 119 86 297 ~iO increase -unnn. Nicewarner .......... 4 1-2 9 |Nicewarner 100 88 104 292 i w.D. 45 Allis Chalmers Tractor, used 2-yrs., equipped Hines .............. 5 3-3 131Bu, tcher 113 111 104 328|~=. i@ le n with wheel weights, live power take off and traction booster; Anders ........... 6 0-0 12 |Craw/ord 75 88 73 ~36 irlsnlnn Licenses w.D. Allis Chalmers ~rractor wsth wheel wengh,ts, sn good con- Kzdwiler ............ 1 0-1 2 |Arvin 111 92 105 308 dition, and cultivators that will fit either tractor; Allis Dyke Dopson ........ 20-0 4|Totals 526 516 499 1541 The West Cnnservat- ' h ........... Chalmers spinner plow Allis Chalmers 7-ft. mower wit ~ -------'| inn ,wilt .~1~t h. ~r~-on.t ~=inn ~f 'u on rove T ................................. hydraulic lift; 2 heavy d ty wag s, New Holland and G , otals ........... 28 5-8 61 the West Virginia Lemslature to equipped with forage beds and false end gates; twin draulin TOWN & COUNTRY FG F Pts. increase `theprice of l unting and lift manure loader and 7-ft blade will fit either tractor; ............ ,~*.~-.~ . ...... .~-a^. ^ .......~... . . " . WnlDsln~on ........ 1 U-O Z ,.to,,Lt~ ,z~.vz,o~. ~.u=~ ,~ ~u,~,o- i Jo~ Deere 28 disc harrow, cattle traller,utihty trader, New W,~]lr~r a n ~ ~ al to go before ~he Legislature `the re ........ " "" " .........." v--- ~.* Idea manure spreader, 24 tooth Saxon harrow, John Dee -qimnn~ ~ l=a 1~ Conservation Commission 'h~s re- 2 bottom plow, Rein barr side rake, 21~ft~metal hay rack with ~.i.~t'~. ............. ~ n n ~ commended that %he n~in[mum i grain feed troughs, 3 ton 5=10-10 fertilize , 30 bu. seed ry , Ni,cewarner 1 2 4 4 fees be raised ~o $3:00-~$~ 00 and 4.hole hog feeder, New Idea corn sheller with ~'.~ h.p. motor; garden tractor, platform .scales, 500-lb. capacity; 2 bu. seed corn, 1 bu. timothy seed, 4 bu.baskets, 11 x 28 tractor chains, large amount of forks and shovels, log chain, 2 hay ropes, wood saw, milk cart, Jamesway electric brooder, potato duster, slab drag, 2 electric cow clippers, hand clippers, 2 electric motors, ~z and 1/3 h.p., lawn mower, ensilage cart, 2 wheel- barrows Full Line of Butchering Tools. DAIRY EQUIYMENT 400-gal. Majonnier Milk Tank with 3-horse power compres- sor; 4-Unit Surge Cow Milker, complete with pump and pipe line; 87-gal. Hot Water Heater, Double and Single Wash Up Tanks, Metal Table, Milk Cart with towel rack. 1955 WILLIS JEEP 4-Wheel Drive and Metal Cab. FEEDS All Ensilage, Straw and Large Amount of Hay left on farm day of sale. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Dish Washer, Kitchen Cabinet, lot of odd chairs of all kinds, 3 Piece Bedroom Suite, Morris Chair, and Other House- hold Goods, and many other articles not mentioned. TERMS:--CASH on day of sale No goods to be re- moved until settled for. J. HENRY HILDEBRAND PHONE Me. 3-6075. GLENN TROUT and HARRY TROUT, Auctioneers. RALPH P. WEYBRIGHT, Clerk. Stand Rights Reserved. Not responsible for any accidents on premises day of sale. February 5 - lt. Totals ........... 19 3-9 41 KASTLE FG F Pts. Whittington ........ 7 3-3 17 Ranalli .............. 1 0-0 2 Leslie ............... 1 0-1 2 Sullivan ............ 3 0-0 6 Burch .............. 7 0-4 14 Dopson ............. 3 2-4 8 Totals. ........... 22 5=12 49 MOOSE FG F Pts. Gore .......... ..... . 2-3 Melvin. i ............. 22 0--0 6 Griffith ............. 0 0-0 Ranalii ............. 0-0 Hines .............. 6 5-6 17 Wlltshire ............ 7 0-0 14 Myers .............. 0-2 Lancaster ........... 1 0-0 2 Wa/ker .............. 0 0-0 0 Walters ............. 0 0=0 0 Totals ........... 23 7-11 53 A/2c Gary C. Rutherford At Air Base in California A/2c Gary C. Rutherford has returned to his base in Texas after spending a 30 day leave at his home. Since re`tur~ing :he has been transferred %o Mother Air Force Base in Calif. On arriving in Cal. he met up wi%h a Charles Town boy, Bob McNulty. RANGE Just Loaded wi h Fine Featured SET "~ FOIIGET ~" ~. Top burner thsrmo- temperature sutomet~- catty. Just set s.d for- |et -- no burning, no SCoYching, no ~ouring. SIZZLE 'B SIMMER -. BURNERS. Faster then Imy ever made-greater speed and economy with towest turn.down imssible. TEL-U-SET CONTROL I i: CENTER. Automatic I 10ck with timor, twin I Vl$iguide cooking , charts applianco outlet ~ 7 ~and full width fluores- 4ni lighL MODEL CAKV-3883 From $' Small Down Payment EASY TERMS 9 111 N. CHARLES STREET PItONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "COMPLETE ESSOTANE GAS SERVICE" 'The Harpers Ferry High Varsity cagers were sailing along on the road ,to their second victory of the season over the Berkeley Springs High Indians Friday night in Ber keley Springs, when ,the Indians came to life in the third period ~nd fourth period and overcame a two-point first half deficit rack up a 65-52 victory in the feat ure game of a twin bill attraction. In ~he preliminary game `the Har- pers Ferry Junior High quint did get their second victory of the season over th~ Bath Junior High cagers 'by a 24-18 score. In this 9relirnlnary game Har- pers Ferry moved into a wide 11-3 first 9cried lead :and stayed in front all ,the way. Only in the third period did the Berkeley Springs boys outplay Harpers Ferry. Pleasant was high for Harpers ]Perry with nine points while Bar- ney was high ,for Berkeley Springs with 8. In the main game the Indians got some revenge ~or a previous Close setback which ,the Tigers handed ,them in Harpers Ferry i earlier in the season. Harpers Ferry held a 32-30 lead at half'time but in ~he third period and final period Berkeley Springs outscored the Tigers 18-10 and 17- 10. Tommy Manuel who along with Hough and Honk kep~ ~he Tigers in ,the ball game in ,the ,first half, was high man for Harpers Ferry with 17 ,points, while Hough had 14 and Hoak 11. Kerns led the Berkeley Springs cagers with 18 points and Roman had 14 and Henry 11. Varsity Game The box scores: Harpers Ferry FG F Pts. Hoak,,ff ............. 4 3-6 11 Iden, f .............. 2 0-0 4 Jam)son, f .......... 2 0-1 4 Hough. c ............ 5 4-10 14 Manuel, g .......... 6 5-8 17 Kidwiler, g .......... 1 0-2 2 Totals ............ ~6--~ Berk. Springs FG F Pts. Roman, f ............6.2-414 Kerns. f ............. 82-6 18 G. Henry, c .......... 51-1 ll Rice. g .............. 34-4 10 Ciatterbuck, g ........ 00-2 0 S. Henry, g .......... 30-1 6 McCullough, g ...... 14-7 6 Totals ........... 26 13-25 65 Score by Periods: IIarpers Ferry 15 32 42---52 Berk. Springs 17 30 48--65 Officials: Eby ,and McKelvy. JR. HIGH Harpers Ferry FG 017_2 Pts~ Winters, f .......... 1 McAb0y, f .......... 3 0-2 6 Schultz, c ......... 1 017 2 Stotler, g ............ 2 1-4 5 Upright. g .......... 0 0-0 0 Pleasant, g .......... 4 1-1 9 Totals ........... -II 2~ 2~. Berk. Springs FG 2~3 Pts8 Barncy, f .......... 3 iAllemong, f .......... 0 1"1 1 [ I arris. f ............ 0 0-1 0 ] ILut~an, c .......... 2 1-4 5 I I Fouke, g ............ 0 0-0 0 Stull, g ............. 2 0-0 4 $5.00. At present it costs two dollars to hunt; %we dollars to fish and three dollars for a combination license in West Virginia. In addition ',to `the minimum li- censing charge, the Commission U proposes ~t special big game stamp , for huntin~ bear and deer which would cost $2.00 and this would be in addition to the regular state hunting license. The Commission said that under %he present license fees, enough revenue is not realized to support "" an edequate game-flsh program,~ The state ranks number 47 among ,the 49 states in minimum fees charged residents for hun~ting and fishing privileges. In ~ddiMon, West Virginia is one (>f two states ~ ,~ __ in the nation partially supporting Beddow, g ........... 0 0-0 0 Totals ........... 7 4-9 18 DR. 0. 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 ~. L McDONALD, |~, AG[NCY II 1 D II I U n T'S easy, because I depend on my conven " ient, safe checking account for making all payments. My cancelled checks become .re- liable proof Of payment and records which make my budget-keeping simpler to mare" tam. Moreover, there is no longer need to carry.large amounts of money whe[ I go shopping. And there's no opportumty for, loss through theft. Why don't you plaY safe, too! Open your checking account to- day. Use our low cost protection! Your Account Is Always Appreciated At The INSURANCE AND i REAL EsTATz CharMs Taw., V*, Member F. D. I. C. and 1,'edel"al Reserve System Phone 10 Charles Town, W.