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..... SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS ,,oo turned out to the Leg- Mrs. 'orrest ostler and family.2 BSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOC ion battle the Quantico aMrines Mr. and" Mrs. Guilford Turner - THURSDAY, MARCH FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 in a doubleheader and total re- and sons Beverly and Duane and U . .; .... ~ .......... ceipts for the pair of games a- | | Mr. Randolph Ridgeway accom. oI va. uavaller riopeIuis ann mey pias erea alumni mounted to the huge sum of Iq |i panied Miss Geraldine Fritts of 29- 6 without too much difficulty at all. Our friend Jim $768.00. The entire year of 1949 I Leetown and Miss Inez Turner DR.. VERA FISCHER, came m the office early Monday morning singing, "bring was an exceptionally good one -h ...................... to Washington, D. C on Sunday i EYES EXAMINED --- GLASSES FITTED ,~. ~7oo~ ~;,..;.;. -.,~'~,,--~-,~-. " not only financially h,,t fr,m tho T e hawks oezeateo me V1K- With 1~ p01nts in mree games " v. ....o~ --.....~, .~ .~ ~u . .-- ~ ........ , ..... wher the are em lo ed ~ m s T " " " Y P y " flours:---9:45 . 5:00---Closed Tuesday and Thm J standnoint of victories and de g uesday mght togam the Curtm Harrison had the highest Mr~ .I~ol~ ~hifl~tt , ~ " ~ " ch ........................ and son of "OPEN EVENING~ By Appointment Only. L~O W. (JACK) FLEMING, who won high praise from feFt:rf:b~ht Le:~:n. sev baa~neP~~?h~Pu;famtheentIn~rgmdUra[ P~et~teal ~npsn:org:rmew:2e: R:?:2~s ~ierer%c~v~sCaRll:~s of her Phone 785 112 S. Charl~ St. Charles Town, thousands of Mountaineer basketball fans with his excel- "h......... en. years Charles Town Junior High School Carlton Hehle, 18; Walter r 'P'in ..... 2_:,: " ey Jen _ . t t~ Legion Kept pUlling In tne M . . ~ ~ ttuu lailliiy. lent description of their game (before Jay Randolph took crowds Sunday after Sunday. c~O~d?n~n2d1 Tuesday mghts Mar- Sm~:h, 15; Curtis.Harrison, 14; t ~ ~~ over trim eas.on) beennamed manager of the Mor- But then in 1955 1956 Five teams narticinated in the son aand er 'St' o ls?eli n m:v[ AUCTIO] ganmwn t~aolo b~auon when television moved into the i tournament wRh ea~ team con- Hill, 9; Meredith Polen', 8;' Cha~- ] "} || It. |~/4 |~ IS ~ M || . major mague baseball parks in a I sisting of not more than ten play- les Jackson and William Willing- I | | l k| #% 1" | ~t k| ~,|ja [profit to the club abouf $275. big way and began televising a lot ers and each team was coached~ ham 6 points each ] J U ~ ~ | | ~j lUlglll lover 900 See Battle of Sunday games, especially those ',by two members of the Charles ] Members of the" championship] ..... ~, ........... [ The season of 1948 was an even !n wmen me .wasnington ~ena- I Town Junior High Varsity team. I team were: Walter Smith, Albert ~ ~y Miss LilHan ~yers Kosl PAU~ ONE ] better one for the T~i-n the" tors were ~nvmvea, attenaance at ] The teams and their coaches I Simons, Donald Pillow, Frederick I ...... ion. Nor wds it unusudl for as ] oi~ first ,~. ~,, ~.~,,~ ~ me .games pegan to urop. The for- ! were: I Kratz, Harry Walker, Happy Ruth ] .. mtue .~uzanne ~v~yers was con- many as 250 persons to turn out I ju]- ~i:~1948~ove'rP0Oa~d'ul~t's and mauon of. other. ~dependent[ Vikings, coached by Wayne land William Magaha. - [zmed to her home last week with Having Sold My Farm I will sell the F611owing $| for a Saturday afternoon game. | ehi~dron nnid thai ..... inC, ~o teams anu ~eagues m me secuon ! Whitmore and Larry Creamer. The tournament ended the bas- [ a p_aa com.. _ .~ f~rm, located at Catlett, Vs. Follow Signs to Sale. Back in those years the Legion [ ~e~i-,'n'~a~"~'~'~', ~"o~ ~'~"~r~'~,~ and area, also cut heavily in the i Hawks, coached by Donald No- I ketball seasoh at the school with ] . Mrs. ~aoei Tapscott, Mrs. ~ar- played both Saturday and Sunday |ion~ do b'attl~"wit~l~ the l~ar~ns" attendance at the Legion games, l land and Terry Marcus. I proceeds from the affair going to Iy e, and Mrs: Jflhn Rudolph home games. | burg Municipal Athletic Assoc'- And a good barometer, as to 1 Royals, coached by Larry Peer I the school's athletic fund. [an~recemSOnguestsO~ yoU2?o tne !":' at ersva sisterWere SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1961 For instance on May ,6 when |iation's Club. And from this game how. much the gate rec~pts fell !and Eddie Wilt. [ Robert Kershner, head coach at |Mrs J Clive M- ers BEGINNING AT 9:00 O---CLOCK A. M. the Legion opened it's 1947 home [alone the Legion realized a net OlZ ~sproviaed in one compari- I Mountaineers ,,a,~a h,, ~o., ] the Junior High School today ex- / " a " season aga~st, the Thrifty Athlet-|profit of more than $5T0. ' ~:ant~:: ~Is~nCe: l~relw949 the l ry McCormick and Dav~ ~owe'rs I g:l~SSweddthank~ to the people who [ tR~leYe:feHTaw~t~ lc of Wasnmg~on, D. u. a total of / That ,,ear over 500 --aia t- ~e- I~ more I .......... "1 a supporte1 tne / , . L I V E S T 0 CK " 800 nersons oaid admission to see | ch~ T ~.~:.'.. ~..**~^ . *..~ ~.~ ~ [than ,,100 people into the Legion [ LaKers, coaches oy ~ICK ~oer-I schools athletic program the past ]Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager. the game, ~d 750 of them were|exa~rSa:']na~'SundayUgamUe"a~[Park. ,n 1957 only 375 paid their[Sm ana Mme l~luwell, lyear and also to the Spirit of[ Mrs. Winfred Sammons and lit- HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE -,,~,,,o.a"'*" ,-,,,~-~* .... ,~,-=,v,~"'~ ~u,,~'-" u=~a .... =- /men ......... me next aa Labor ~)a [way into . the park to see the l . t~arlton Hehle emerged as the I Jefferson-Advocate. for the cover-[tie., daughter, of Washington are ,,,uu,,~=u-'^~'-*-'= ,u*~ u~^;'--~"~'~ a,,u--~ m~*~" .... u~ |more man ..... 'rod pamY" to" see me'!Y' [same Marines. in action.. The dif- ~h~gh scorer of the tournament age given the program. ]v~s~tlng her parents Mr. and Mrs. 48 Milking Cows; 20 Dry Cows and Springers; 25~ "rdfit after all eX--enses amount ] - ......... ~ ferenee m the net profit on these[ 3esse Bo d v . ~' "/in oattle tne quamico marines~ ~ Y ed to nearly $350 battle This meant a total of more two games alone amounted to sev ~centrating solely on track Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Housdon ~nd Springing Heifers; 20 Open Heifers; 8 Heifers, $ .... .... L-- : ......... /eral hundred dollars And thisl At Shepherdstown the same sit The eeremon was arethe arent f old; 9Heifers, 5mos. old; 1HolsteinBuU; 1 steer. Tne next home game wlu~ {)ran/man ~,zt~ oaseoatt tans paio t "-'a- "" ............ 7 .... , . . - y performed I p s o a son which ................ ~w ~ tnc amy game oz me enureluation prevailswith William on March 2 at the church was born m the Clt. ge, va. saw over 600 in attenuan. ~meir way into me Legion hark ~ .......... [ of God I " " y Hospital, Cattle Calfhood Vaccinated and Tested for TB and l~ ce, with the gate receipts run for those two ames - season mat gross gate receipts ex (Bill) Osbourn concentrating this at Hagerstown,. Md. The groom[ Martinsburg last week. - .. "/ ~ ... _ ~ _^_: ._ ]ceeded $200.00. lyear on track since Nevin Strider was recently dmchar ed from the 18 HEREFORD STEERS; 1 TENNESS] ning more than ~KeJO and me net ~ on ~ept. a ot tt~u, more man/ Su o " :- 'has ....... g l Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thump- WALKING HORSE; 1 CUTTING HORSI _ . | pp rt of the team dwindled [taken over at the oaseoall armed forces after serving four ] son and Mr. and Mrs. Charles r :~ s [even more in ,958_ and it hit the |helm. years. He is a mechanic by trade. [Brown spent Sunday with their | " .. ............... I |rock ~ottom m 1~9.. | Shepherdstown and Harpers [ The couple will reside at the ]sister and brother-in-law Mr. and FARM MACHINERY ~ ! ~ll|l I~,sms~ I~rli~N~r~l~|~ ! / wim gate receipts at the low-|Ferry will not get into action in lhome of the brides parents. /Mrs. Edwin Reynolds in Smith- I lllllllSh rltlllrll t I Jest level in the history of Legion |the track picture until Anril 1, bur /YNIl~lW'tl1~' v~ ptmsstv~w=~st,~ I /,.a ................... ] .... -- i Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler] g. John Deere 620 Tractor; Ford 640 Tractor; superyj.~ -- ~ ~u ~euau uurmg me zva~ season, |wnen ooth teams, along with Mus ~were Saturday night visitors of ] Mrs. Cabel Tapseott, Mrs. Wal- l t~,, ~ | /and with the high cost of sponsor- |selman and Boonsboro tangle in a, Mr and Mrs Melvin Wilt and [ter Ronemous and Mrs J Clive tor, fast hitch; Allis-Ch~lmers CA Tractor; John I~ ing the team mounting at a rapid four team meet in Boonsboro ". " Tractor with mower; John Deere D Tractor on steel;~] I Then hve" better, with | /pace. .............. mere was some quesuon at ] it ......... iS not ex ected mat elmer; I family at Ranson. [Myers. were luncheon guests. . of Jeeps; Allis-Chalmers 1--row Corn Picker; Allis-~ 1 E|e~ri Heofingl It's ~:_-~~ I ]]he close of the ,959 season whe-[ShepherdstownPor Harpers Ferr~ [sonM~):nd Mr~rT:s Beo~nmwaende ]MMr R::d~lvIMCGcah:YlFr~:~," ., Combine; Gehl Field Harvester with corn and gra~,~ I clean convenient mud- | [ther Legion baseball could con-/will have too much strength in! ........ ! .... " ...... " ...... ~ Y" ments; 1952 1~ Ton Dodge Truck; Cunningham H$:Y'~ / ' ' ~ ~l --~-- ~-'~1 | Itinue. |track this year, or for a few years [ recent ws~tors or me tormers par |~mcott u~ty, ~a. wmteo her ms- 1 ern ond omfor obb. | [.Then there developed s.uch]hencv since these schools only be [ en s R iland Mrs. ArthurBeahm| rrsa dewbsrO in'!aw Mr. and ditioner; 2 Ensilage Wagons on rubber; 3 Wagons I ... ,..., . ~lll kl ll~l~5""-x;'~U I Iomer promems as me scneoulin~ ~van moving, into tho tr~b ,~.,,,.o i Y. / g r last Tuesoay. her; New Holland Side Delivery Rake; Bush Hog; NeW | We II DO nappy to ~-:/~=~~:7" ~ | [of the type of teams which the |~ast seaso'n~.But at'leas~heywill| Miss Inez Turner, daughter of |Mrs. Sager remains on the sick Spreader, new; New HOlland Super 77 Baler; John ,= __ 10"ft'Binder;JohnDeere42"ft'ElevatrwithGrain'' [ i~'!$oY:t~o ~Vb~ Jhn Deere 2"rw Crn Planter; McCrmick 16"SpUt2~ ' ffers0n County Sprayer on rubber, GeM Blower with pipe, Intern.fl.o,~ bottom plow, fast hitch; 2 International Corn _~ /o r.., Ut tODAY| I [re,re from.the picture. _]on the other hand, a power inl Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson,Famlhes Glve Surplus Threshing Machine. International Cultivators, John I~ ! ....... ! / ,enerm manager orison said ttrack and field events in the sec-I son 'terry and Mr. Arthur l bottom plow, International disc harrow, ,fast hitch; Jol~ Ihe found it more and more'diffi. Ition and region for the past five ~Dodson and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis '~e~e~ ~||~&m,~&e ~|~, side delivery rake; New Idea spreader, Dearborn culultl~ icult each year to keep the team's, years are expected to once a~ain J Chapman of Middleway and Mrs. sv~u Mii~HIlGIH~ /IIUO~ 3 heavy duty disc h~rrows, cultipacker, Allis-Chalmers ~o~ TMg DflT &ff IIUT 9_ D~D P/~ [finances solvent, l be one of the top contendersforlShirley Fitzwater and son Lynn| ............ Ford mower, International mower, fast hitch; Ford ~# IllL I Vl~lVl/~ LI~JII/ ~ rYWLR bY. / Many of the loyal,friends and the Regional title of Charles Town were Sunday . ~ total oz ~z'/ Jenner.son uoun- Hammer Hill, Cut-Off Saw, GraYly Tractor with Mower~ . , [ ,eeO t, teu~:h~hith~L~g~onehad thA/t~;athmFri~y1 geetth~oPoans~ [ ~:intor~l OfndMrm~ly.d Mrs. James t ~mYeer:e~:g~~ /Uwrpl~u~:r2fs~:~!i! der;PlW;Drag;Internatinalchain Saw,2"SectinBush Spikesaw. Tooth Harrow;. HaT~,~ IJ g seen in the stands on I boro, Md. for a meet on April 15 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tumblin , _ a ...... ISunday afternoon, especially if I " ] and daughter Barbara and Miss I any.was ne.m in me om Kanson _ . ~,~_____ ]television offered baseball. It~_ ~* s = /Jamie Ott were Sunday evening lgra~e scn00L HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS ' '! ~'~~ | So despite all the many obstac. ~easo~ liCKer /visitors of Mr. Charles Writt andt The number of those who re- ~[~~~ ~|! ~AN ~A~[~ |les which the Legion is sure tot ~ ~= |family at Ranson ]quested and received food Friday MANY ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTI0~" It ace this Summer, those who are[ fROM PAGE l--b ] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Costello was by far larger than any prey. [still hopeful that Semi-pro base- and anothe "------" . . /and family of Ranson were recent, ious number ever to receive it. . CORN OATS BARLEY!: ms tsm amen-- _~ _ ,= = ......... Iball can be kept alive in Charles ..... r s~ong team sn zeep ~visitors of Mr and Mrs Carl Wi- [And included in the allotments FOR INFORMATION CONTACT ussst f us st-~- a nss sr rusren ITown are going to try again And mg w~m oest Legion traaition is ley and family " [this time were beans, flour, meal, @LUI~ ~.lttSJJ ~ PLUg }nlgLl$ Jo 1 ........ " promised area fans for the com i - ' ' - ' ...... Inn y ff me lUll punic supnort " Mr and Mrs ttoDert Ott and rice, milK, tara ann Putter. ~, Ithat is needed comes, will the , g campaign;_ ........ I son Oral of Charlottesville, Va., Assisting with the distribution ~" 4! ~ ~ ~=t, ............... ~.~ ....... Ibest in semi-pro Legion baseball ~ec~er~s~rwil?~rrs~nt anCtrurl:e~ara ~ere Thursday.visitors of the for were2 Mrs. Br,wn Rissler, M[s. :" A)i :AIRLEY F.4 I'AIMI:N/~ IHRU YOUR BANK [be kept alive, beforeand va "1 P -" ''~ "" " P mersmother Mrs. T. D. Ott and Edward Fitzi~d~ri~k~,''~ MrS. Gtiy = ,e i -% DR. M. HAZEN [ stt eYnremo~eme oau park brother Mr. Harry E. Ott. Sbersole, Mrs. A. B. Cash, Mrs. I ...... p g nay. Mr and Mrs Frank Painter Lacey Bailey, Mrs. Evans, Mrs vantaer [r me What happens after that is s e i S a : " " We wmh to thank your bank for its coo tion m ]1 acg ~ ~ . sp n u.nd y with Mr .and Mrs. John Skinner, Mrs. Phil Bell, Mrs. | ~ , ,,, ,, ..... COLVIN, . peru _trmtly up to the baseball fans of .~ ed Busn and daughter Debbm Bernard Brown, Mrs. Mhtt Gar. ~ ~ ' off~rmg a ~gW convenience toyou. YOU may now | FROM PAGE 1--B Charles Town, Jefferson County and son Ronnia nt Now C~tl~* rate !'~UI |()~l and this area There s lent of ....... ' make your Blue Cross Blue Shmld a cnts at an the ar P Y , ! - p ym y ]t Ch les Town coaching staff work f . . 's .... Deleware. - ................ I' .... ' Catlett, - |~ , i ~1/1{[ ,1()~ or everyone to uo anu a [or Ot the banks appearing in this ad, or mail your day- [only last September ............ Mr. Elmer Biggs and son Son. Commissions are not paid on man$ and e,~t,n't~-n A;r~l,,,..... "t7dh=.l;.~.~ ^,. U'~(./ Jordan will be just one of a oi seasonaoie tickets tO oe SOLO. ny and Buddy of Hillsboro, Va arguments won, but on sales March 30- It. ...... _ $ I number of new faces in the track were Sunday vm~tors of Mr. and made. uvu~ u,,.~.~, coaching ranks this season. For We arc extremely grateful to these fine institutions for rendering our subscribers a genuine service. We applaud your bank's community spirit in offering you this more convenient method of payment. A list of thee prosrcssive banks will also be found on the insid front cover of your new coupon book. let. Yes, your local bank has made possible another foreword step in the new era of Blue Cross-Blue Shield Care ]or You. BERKELEY SPRINGS WEBSTER SPRINGS C~t/zens National Bank Webstea. S-~-- of Berkeley Spr/nEs Nat/onaff~nk BUCKHANNON MANNINGTON he National ....... ]Bemk ~'u'm; J~xcrmnge J~Sng A(~4a~ ~~ MARLINTON " Bank Bank of Marllnton CHARI~ES ~oW~NT First 1~.atlonal l~mk in Ba~ of C~rlu Town Marunt6n ]People~ ]B~ Of ~les ' MARTINSaURG Town Merchants & Fa~me~ ~LKINS Bank Cltizen~ National Bmzk The Peoples Trust Co. Davis Trust Company Citizen~ National Ban~ 2~ggarts Valley National The Old National Ba~k ~'AIRMONT MILL CREEK Com_mu ty Ba np of mu WEST VIRGINIA, INC. Marlo. C0unb/ Hospital M dlcal Serv;ce, i.e.) Phone 922 instance Coach Ronnie Rice, who has done such an outstanging job this pa~t year in football and bas. ketball, will now try his hand at track at Harpers Ferry. He has turned baseball completely over to Paul Swartz and he is now con CHARLES TOWN CO., INC 114 North Charle Si Charle Town, W. Va. TO SUBSCRIBERS: If Somebody Keeps Borrowing Your SPIRIT-ADVOCATE ---give him this coupon The'Spirit of Jefferson. Advocate, Charles Town, W. Va. Please enter my subscription for .... year(s) and start the p~per immediately. St. Address ................ StatB ..................... $3.50 Per yea4r, phm 10 cents ta~ in Wcest Virginia. By Mrs. Pauline Ott Deferred From-Last Week Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickel and daughter Norma Jean of Ranson were Thursday callers of Mrs. T. D. Ott and son Harry E. Ott. Miss Inez Turner who is em- ployed in Washington, D. C. spent the weekend with her parents Mr., "and Mrs. Guilford Turner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and family of Frederick, Md. were visitors of the formers par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Sr. Mr. Kenneth Costeilo of Sum- nit Point was Saturday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley and dau- ghter Nancy and son Woody. Mrs. Esther Oden and sons, Guy and Frank and Mrs. Evelyn Griffith and daughter Rocky of ~Ranson were Saturday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and daughter Donna and sons Guy and Frank of Ranson were Sun- day dinner guests of the formers mother Mrs. Nellie Oden and fan ily. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilt and daughter of the Bloomery and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Oden and daugh- ter, Lisa were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bel land fan ily. Visitors" of Mr. and Mrs. Mill. ard Ott and daughters Janie and Kathy were Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Dodson and son Terry and Mr. Ar thur Dodson of Middleway and Miss Barbara Tumblin. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott were recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and daughter Don- na and sons Guy and Frank at Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Mitlard Ott and daughters Jamie and Kathy and Miss Barbara T~mblin were Satur day night visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Ott and sons. Mrs. Carrie Johnson returned to her home at Millville from spending several days with her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ot and sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Seal and daughter Pa~sy and son Johnny, of Ranson were Sunday visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Hardy-Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hardy an. nounce the marriage of their dau ghter Nancy to Mr. Charles Rob- err E_dward& son 0~ Mr, aad Mrs. Mod l for model... hern 18 Ch rrolets other ull-si=ed ear! Leave itto these Jet-smooth Chevies to go easy one of them has a road-gentling Jet-smooth ride, on your family budget! All told there are 18 Body by Fisher refinements and dozens of engi- Chevrohts-VS's and 6's-priced lower than corn- neering d tails you'd expect only in the most ex- parable competitive models*. Sumptuous Impalas, pensive makes. Look them over at your Chevrolet sprightly Bel Airs, bottom-priced Biscaynes and a dealer's one-stop shopping center and see how whole stable of wonderful new wagons. And every easy it is to drive out in just the one you want ! * Based on comparison of manufocturers' suggested retail pr ces (including Federa tax) for mode s w th 118- ncb whee base or a~ove ~--~ I ~ I II I ._ '11 II I I .I II I " ' [IHI .--..-.~~ ~. __.~~, ,~ ~~~-.~.~ , Jmpsla VS ( rtible Bel Air V8 2-Door Sedan Bel A r V8 4-Door Sedan , =' [ I I .~ I WAGONS Impa~ Sedan Nomad Six 4-Dr. 9-Pass. Station Wagon Nomad V8 4-Dr. 9-Pass. Station Wagon .- Impala V8 Sport COupe Impala V8 2.Door Sedan IlSCA~ES Npmad V8 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon Parkwood Six 4.Dr. 6.Pass. Station Wagon Nomad Six 4-Dr. 6-Pass. Station Wagon... Parkwood VB 4-Dr. 9-Pass. Station WagO~a BtScayne V8 4.Door Sedan Parkwood Six 4-Dr. 9.Pass. Biscayne V8 2.Door Sedan ~ee tl~ ~W 4~T~vro~t e~r~, ~l~ev~l ~orv~ir# and t&e new.Cercette at Woar local authorized Chevrolet dealer5 WEST :WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.