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SPORTS NEWSAND VIEWS From Page One From Paze One plus a $15,000 expense account adds up to an "Only in America" story... THE QUANTICO MARINES who will be in Charles Town on Sunday, July 19, for a big double-header with the Legion, trounced Columbia University last Saturday It to 1. Quantico hurler Doyle Stout, went the entire nine innings and gave up but two hits... ball From Page One to the Legion infield this season since he is a good hitter and blasts the long ba~l. He is the only play- er, professional or semi-pro, to ,hit three home runs in the Hagers town Municipal stadium in one game. Back again this season .to han- dle a major share of the pitching PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Matinee Sunday 3:00 P. M. INight 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Children 25c Adults 50c Thursday, April 2 --ENDS TONIGHT-- TOM TRYON - GLORIA TALBOTT TtlRILLER NO. 2 . CRAWLS! "CREEPS! Sunday - Monday - Tuesday April 5, 6 and 7 ~ Cinerna~cope METROCOLOE iii Sunday Shows:--3 & 8 P. M. Wednesday and Thursday April 8 and 9 SOPHIA ANTHONY LOREN- PERKINS ;IRE UNDER duties will be big Gilbert Miller, who for years has been the main stay of ~he Legion mound staff. Also expected to be on hand tO help with the mound chores are: Doddie Lowery, former Charles Town High diamond star and a good pitcher for the Potomac State Catamounts last season. Low cry will try to make it with the mound staff. Bill Isherwood of Ar lington, Va., a member of the Shep herd Colleg mound staff and who worked several games for the Le- gion two years ago, is also expect- ed to be on the pitching staff. As of now the Legion has only one catching prospect reporting- Bill Hall formerly of the Pnrcell- ville (Va.) team, who served as a reserve catcher for the Legion last season. It is understool ,that efforts are being ,made to interest Don Ma phis, former Shepherd College star backstop who seevral years ago played several games with t~he Legion, in joining the Legion team as a catcher. Maphis is currently coaching and teaching at Clarke County High in Berryville. Va. Manager Welters should have a host of outfilders and utility play- ers from which to select his start- ing line-up as Gilbert Miller, will be available when he is not on the mound. Larry Bolyard, who played some for the Legion the past two seasons, is also expected back. Of course the veteran Wim- py Zombro will be patrolling right field again and there will be El- wood Heironimus and Gerald Jami son who can play either the infield or outfield. Jamison is in the Army right now, but he is expect- ed to be in Legion uniform shortly a,fter he is discharged Ju'ly 15. Charles "Chalky" Hopkins, who was a star outfielder for the Leg- ]on several years back and who did an outstanding job for Mar- tinsburg in the South Mountain League for .two seasons, has join- ed the Legion ~eam again. Also trying out are: Roger Ramey, who saw some reserve service last Sum mer and Glenn Gainer, assistant coach at Harpers Ferry High School who is reputed to be a good fielder and a long distance hitter. General manager and ,coach and player Leeds Riely, 'who has been a sparkplug of the Legion ,team both m the administrative and field operations since the team l was formed, is also expected ,to be l 'back in uniform and taking his curn in a coaches box .and occas- ionally at ba.t. James (Jfim) Morison, chairman of the Legion Athletic commit~tee, also announced this week ~hat Jos eph "Chicken" Price, of Ranson has been named as groundskeeper lor the Legion field. TI By Miss Lillian Myers Mr. and Mrs. Ru~h Snyder of Cleveland, Ohio and Miss Maria Snyder and Master Lee Snyder re turned home Saturday from a three weeks motoring trip to Mex ico and California. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer and son Vaug~hn of Oberlin, Pc. spen~ ,the weekend with her p~r- en~ts Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Graves. Mr. and Mrs. W. ~B. Sloat, Mr. and Mrs. Blair Campbell and son Bunny spent Sunday wiCh Vhe formers daug~hter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Custer at Inwood. Mr and Mrs. Charles Dudley of Baltimore, Md. spent the wekend with her father Mr. Shirley Sou- thard. Mr. Robert Wright has re,turned to his work at Penneys Store in Charles Town after havin ,been on the sick list for the past two mon.ths. Mr..and Mrs. George Iv. Weagley Sr. of Ha.gerstown and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hanna of Baltimore spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Willtwm Miller and .daughter Ru~h. ~irman Chester Graves of Mit- chell Air Force Base, N. Y. spent Easter with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Graves. Mrs. Sherman Hopper is visiting her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice in Hya~ts- ville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson spen~ the weekend with ~her bro- ther-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. William Grant in Sarver Pa, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and baby of Fort Eustis, Va. are visit- ing her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henderson. Mrs. Lewis Sager is able ~o be out after having been confined to her home by illness, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright spenu the weekend wi,th their son in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Grant in Server, Pa. The Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lu- cas and children of Waynesboro, Va. spent Easter with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond and aunt Miss Carmilla Wilkshire. Mr .and Mrs. Edwin Reynolds and daughter of Smit~hburg, Md. spent Sunday with her brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hill of Luray, Va. were recent guests of his mother Mrs. Carrie Hill and brother Mr. Jasper Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cross and family of Iv~ont Royal, Va. spent Sunday with his mother Mrs. Wal t, er Ronemous and brother and sis Ler-in-l~w Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross. Mrs. Wilham Wisham and son Junior of Philadelphia, Pc. spent the weekend wi~h her parents Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Leith, Shirley Wisham who ,had spent the past week with her grandparents re- turned home wi,th her mother. Mr& Cabell Talc.oft, Mrs,. J. Clive Myers and daughters Mary Ellen and Suzanne spent Sunday with the latters brother-in-law and sister M.r. and M, rs. Barlyle Link near Bardane. Mr .and Mrs. Winfred Summons and children of Washington have been visling her paxents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Rush Snyder and .baby of Cleveland, Ohio spent Eas ter with his brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sny- der. Miss Mary Ellen Hendricks was confined to her home for several days with an ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henderson Linda and Ronnie Henderson and Mr. ~nd Mrs. Earl Miller and baby spent Sunday wi0h Mr. and Mrs. ,Prank Praley in S'henandoah, Va. Miss Barbara Howell who is a nurse at Kings Daughters Hospit- al Ma~tinsburg spent the week- end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Renalds. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs, O. E. Cole, Mrs. O. W. Emmart, Mrs. W. S. Oeary Chyrl and Mickey StamaC~a of Washin,~on, D. C. were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daug, hter and Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills and are ]~ving ~ home and plan to join her husband in ~,he neaz fut- ure. Mr. und Mrs. Edward Morgan and daughter of Charles Town were Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Lucretia Moler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ~rtney of Cumberland, Md. and son Shirley:,~ Conn. Mr. Trundle who was on 3. Miss Louise Briscoe gave a very leave left ,Monday morning for interesting lesson on "Japan". The April 10 at the home of Elsie pnd Conn. After spending two weeks club will meet at ~thne home ~f Mrs. Pat Knighten. with Mr. and Mrs. Wll,liazn 8ny- Edward Morgan April. Delic- der. Mrs. Trundle and daughter ious refreshments were served by Catherine Mercer and Mrs. Robert CORPORAL RICHARDSON SPEAKS TO 4-H CLUB The Sunrise Neighborhood 4-H ~"--WMf~US Chib held their public meeting Pri Furtney of Pittsburgh, Pa. were the weekend guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser. Sul~per .guests on Saturday even ing at ~)he 'home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. B. Houser were ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Purtney of Cumber- land, Md., Mr. Shirley Furtney of Pi,ttsbur~h, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shirley and daugh,ter of Shenan- doa,h Junction. Mr .and Mrs. P,~,ber~ Watson mo tored ~to Harpers Ferry on Sun- day and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Robinson. The Adult Class of the Metho- dist Church held its regular mee~ ings ~t the ,home of iMr. and Mrs. F. A. Hill and Mr .and Mrs. C. J. H,ill .with a very good wtC~ndance. Afe~er ~he meeing ice crearn, ,cake nuts-~t and candy were served. Miss Dixie Kay Houser was a overnight guest of Miss Kitty Ann Snyder of Martinsburg recently. daughter of Winchester were t~e wi,t~h Miss Dixie Kay Houser. Easter holiday guests of ,his par- en,ts Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hill and h~is brot~her and sister-in-law Mr. Betsy Ross Home and Mrs. C.J. H~'I,1 Miss Al~ma Lee Knott of Mar~ins burg was t'he Easter ,holiday guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Char lea Knott and fancily. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Houser Sr. and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frye and children and Mr. and Mrs. Tanner Miss Kitty Ann 'Snyder of Mar- tinsburg vial,ted Easter Monday Demonstration Club Meets Mercer Home The Betsy Ross Home Demon- stration club met at the home of Houser and duugh%ers of Hagers- Miss Catherine Mercer on March town ned Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 25 with Hilda Bush in ~harge of Houser Jr. of Charles Town. Denotions. She reported all the Winifred Hopper of Baltimore, clubs in the County will %our Md. was Thursday evening guests Washington Aprit 16. National of Mr .and ,Mrs. Ernest Houser St. Home Demonstration Week will be and daughter, held May 7 at the Communi%y Cen Mr..and (Mrs. Charles Eaton and ter. The theme will be on "Japan". children ~ Silver Spring, Md. The group will go back to Newton were Sunday mormng guests of D. Baker to entertain one ~f the ~heir parents Mr. and Mrs. A}bert wards on April 8. The Leadershi.p Training School Earn .and dauff.hters, will be held at Jaeksons Mill on Mrs. Harry Fries, Mr .and Mrs. Harry Fries Jr. and daughters, April 20-24. The Brunswick Home Mrs. Calvin Knc~tt and daughter Demonstration chi'b has invited and Mrs. Knott's father *Mr. C'off- our club to be their gues,t on Ap_ril inbergre of Martinsburg were Sun day evening guests of Mr .and ~ Mrs. Charles Knott and family. t Miss C~yrl Sta, m~ta of Washing on, D. C is i ting Mr. and Mrs. --I$P" Edgar Mills and daughters and b-~V~ Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel. Glen Hetzel of Morganown spent 2he Easter ho~day wi,t~h hisOur large prescrJptlon .* paren,ts ,Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hetzel . and son. volume enables us to ,~ Dinner guests at Che home of Mr .and Mrs. Harold Hard,i~g and maintain ample stocks. So : son and Mrs. Annie Loudan on we can compound all pre-: ,criptions promptly--and : of course precisely as your ! Doctor directs. Save time ~ext dine. Try us! ~. NICHOLS. STUCK PHARMACISTS Phone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. eooeeooooooo day night 4at Duffields Academy. :~tems of business in order were 4-H Health Day in May, poster contest and good grooming ~co be held a,t the next meeting. It was decided to hold a record hop at the Men's Club in Shepherdstcwn sometime In April. Program on "Safety" with Cor- porul Richardson showing a mov- ie "I'm No 1~9o1'" and giving many interesting statistics on safety. CURLEE SUITS All Styles At TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS I II THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Bept Loudan and son. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Just ,and son of Jo,hnstown, Pa. spen, t he Easter holidays wi, th Mrs. John Lookir~bill and Mr. and Mrs. Wi]- liem Caprioti and family. *Mr. and Mrs. Willta, m L. Sny- der and Mr. Alvin Lookingb,iH were Sunday guests of Mrs. John LookinCbiH and Mr. and Mrs, Wil liam Capriotti Land ,family. Mr. and Mrs..Donald Trundle ,and daug1~ter Karla Kay, who are house guests of Mr .and Mrs. Wil- liam Snyder spent Easter Sunday with Mr .and Mrs. Samuel Trundle and son of Shepherdstown. DT-2 Donald Trundle who was stationed at Elizabeth City, N. C. wi~h t~he Coast Guard yeas Cran~fer red to Vhe Uni,ted 'States Coast Guard Academy in New London, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 2---B THURSDAY, APRIL DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED--- GLASSES FITTED Hours:--9:45 5:00--Closed Tuesday and OPEN Friday Evenings Until 9:00 P. M. Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W. ??? _ The April meeting will be held Shepherdstown 35- Telephones - 162 A "NEW " TO0! I II Fixing up about the house to give it a bright new look. Why not also take steps to brighten- your future? Such as . . . fixing up the family budget to allow for SAVING a certain 'amount out of every pay envelope. That's how dreams come true! YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT THE E. L. McDONALD, JR., AGENCY II INSURANCE AND Phone 10 Charles Town, REAL ESTATE (Bring Your Banking Problems To Us.. Mason Building Phone 735 No Obligation At All) Charles Town, W. 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