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April 13, 1961

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The Shepherd College batsmen five hits, poor fielding on the opened their 1961 season on a I part of the visitors helped the very note last week by I Ram cause. scaring three straight victories in] The Rams scored two runs in four days, off with Ash-[the fifth frame after Mount Un- land, Ohio Wednesday afternoon lion had scored once in the fourth and winding up withe 4-2 victory Ion an error and a single by Dick over Mount Union, vs. aturday [Knode, plus a wild throw. The afternoon. [Rams stayed in front the rest of In the Saturday victory the lthe way. Ram batsmen got fine pitching[ Last Wednesday afternon the from Phil Fearnow and Walter ]Rams blasted out an 11.1 decision Barr beat the Virginians on a [over the Ashland batsmen and cold and windy afternoon. ]then on Thursday afternoon they Fearnow, a former Martinsburg ]were even more rough on the vis High mound star, worked the liters taking a 19-3 decision. first seven frames and gave up J , two runs and seven hits before ]FRIENDLY CLASS TO giving way to Barr who worked ]MEET FRIDAY AT 7:30 the rest of the way and gave up | ---_- only two hits. | The Friendly Class of the Char Shepherd had trouble solving ]les Town Methodist Church will the offerings of right-hander Ko-[ meet at the home of Mrs. J. M. vach, Mount Union hurler, who ]Wilson on Friday, April 14 at struck Out 13 and allowed only [7:30. If "run. of - the - mill" dry cleaning doesn't do justice to your clothing--it's time to .4 I was the former Miss Sella Piper, ! I I daughter of Mrs. Charles Garrett burg, I of Chestnut Hill. | i ] I M C T l fl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruth and [ ,| l, [ v I v family of Maryland were recent | I By Miss Lillian Myers visitors of their aunt and uncle | '] I " -_-_____ " Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and [ ]W. M. Met April 5 family. The Charles Town Hi ,h track/ The Women s Missionary of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oden and and qeld to he" [Grace Baptist Church met at the daughter Donna and sons Guy coactl Wllliam'li'Bil~'5oLrdan in/home of Mrs. Frank Benner and and Frank of Hanson were Sun- H .mo. v. ]Miss Nannie Fleming April 5 day dinner guests of the formers day afternoon to ~,et their 19611with 12 members present. The mother Mrs. Nellie 0 en and fa s " " a few meeting was called to order by ily. _eason underway and with ....... I the president who also led inl exceptions the Panthers were a- . bout as cold in their scoring ef-[prayer" The opening hymn was hepnh P Ilarepv Named forts as the wind and sometimes[ jesus (;arts us. .v.,,.,j ...... ,,. snow and rain in which they were ] The meeting was turned over, B---,.'J----L P-- running. [to the leader Miss Fleming. The rf |U H[ I'I' [IKU It was a triangular meet with [topic o f..thelesso.n was"His;Her-[_ , -- _ the Handley High Judges coming t,a,ins wui rroci, mm. The nynm rn mre Aeenrl ..., ... aa. / --:-.- 0 Zion Haste was sung and:el HII UIVflSi ] ov munvum Charles Town finishing second Iprayer lea mrs. uscar eai. I Joseph P Dorsey of Berryville with 27 points and Loudoun[ ThOSe taking part on me pro-was named nresident of the gram were rs. enner, rs. " . "- . county third with 27 points. ,Whitmer, Mrs. Ily Weller and Fredermk County Fruit Growers It was Charhe Jackson, Leo Mrs Bett-Pad-ett c 'i ture taktAssclatln at its annual dinner Kisner, Joe Orndorff and Wayne r,m .... n'meeting last Friday night at the Lloyd who proved to be the ex- hv M'r s-So' al' an Winchester, Va. Golf Club. ceptions .for the. Panthers and w'hol-e "wide "VC'orld. "Prayer "by Named to serve with him were WhO tea me scoring Ior mere. Mrs. Robert Blackford. Robert Russell, vice presiaent Jackson, Panther football and baseball star, turned in by far the best performance for the Pan- thews as he scored a double vie. tory in the 4440 yard dash and 'the 100 low hurdles. ! Jackson put ona splendid "kick" in the stretch to win eas- ily the 440 yard dash in the good time of 54.8 seconds. He also fin ished first in the low hurdles by covering the distance in 22.5 sec- An article on Stewardship was read by Mrs. William Miller en- titled "Stewarts of Manifold Grace." The meeting closd by repeating Th Watchword. Delicious refresh ments were served by Mrs. Ben- her and Miss Fleming. and Mrs. Mildred Luttrell, treas- urer. Charles S. Teen was re-elec- ted executive secretary. Mr. Dorsey succeeds Joseph Butler. New directors named to the board for three year terms were PhilipB. Glaize and Lester Arn- old, Jr. Those remaining on the board are McSherry Lupton, Ken Mrs. J. Clive Myers has been visiting her son-in-law and daugh- ter Dr. and Mrs. John Potter in neth RobinSon and Harry Bruin- Cleveland, Ohio. back. ends. Dickie Wilson also of Char Mrs. Charles Deeds ~and child-i After reports by Mr. Teen and les Town finished second in this ren of Washington visited Mrs. I. Fred Stine, who gave the fin- event. I Sherman Hopper Saturday. aneial report, the group saw a Leo Kisner, who had been toss Mrs. George Glasasford is able film prepared by the Virginia Ap ing the shotput well in pre-season to be out again after having been ple Commission on its work dur- drills, scored a first in this event with a toss of 47 feet 6 inches. Dave VanMetre of Charles Town finished third in this event. Joe Orndorff tied for first place in the high jump by clear- ing the bar at 5 feet 4 inches.-Rit- get acquainted with our qual- ter and Kelley, both of Handley High also jumped 5 feet 4 inches. "'" ......... ...... Wayne Lloyd finished in a four You'll be at the dif , lway tie for the top spot in the ...... " Ipole vaulting event and Harold ference it makes, on't ue- , [Gray finished second in the dis. X l cuss toss event with a throw of 1129 feet 7 inches. Coach Bill Jordan's Panthers ]had three of their runners side- K/lined with injuries, but in spite of the handicaps they did very vn I bLl,fii ll1 l lJl well. @| Results of the events were: 415 West Congress Street 1O0 yard dash: 1--Cale (LC); ,, 203 ~[2--Harper (H); 3--Glover (H). v x. taav Time 10.2 seconds. . @/ 220 yard dash: 1--Cale (LC); "By Our Work We Shall Be Known S[2--Carey (LC); 3---Harper (H). Time 23.7 seconds. ..... ] 440 yard dash: 1---Jackson (CT) _ _ _ _ _ | 2--Adams (H) ; 3---Wilson (CT). I r I Time 54.8 seconds. , -J Uli- Uii- / 880 yard run: 1--OHara (H); _tl iil nr 2--Adams (H); 3---Wilkins (H). i IIA illk I 11 V Time2:11.9. i . Mile run: 1--OHara (H); 2-- . .. ...... __! Wilkins (H); 3--Buttons (LC) for neaung your nome w=m o== iTme 5:01. " Low hurdles: 1---Jackson (CT); () n'$ SAFE (v') IT'S DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BLUE SHIELD ganizations- IF 2,--Wilson (CT); 3--Friendlander (LC). Time 22.5 seconds. High hurdles: 1--McLaughlin, (H); 2---Smith (LC); 3--Good (H). 880 relay: l--Loudoun County; 2--Handley. Time 1:38.8. Mile relay: 1--Handley; 2-Loud oun County. iTme 3:54.5. Shotput: 1--L. Kisner (CT); 2- Hinkle (H); 3.VanMetre (CT). Distance 47 feet inches. Discuss: 1--Hinkle (H); 2-- Gray (CT); 3--Britton (LC). Dis- tance 135 feet inches. Pole Vault: 1-(tie) Lloyd (CT) Seville (H), Polhamus (H); and Glass (H). Height i0 feet. Broad Jump: 1---Kelly (H); 2- Harper (H); 3-Buttons (H). Dis- tance 19 feet inchets. High Jump: 1-(tie) Orndorff (CT) Hitter (H) and Kelley (H). Height 5 ft. 4 inches. The Shepherdstown High Car- dinals had a cold and windy open- ing Friday afternoon for their .1981 baseball season and they dropped a close 3-2 decision to the Boonsboro High batsmen on the Marylanders' home diamond. As a matter of fact the weather was so disagreeable the game was called at the end of the last half of the fourth. Gene Himes, facing Shepherds- town's Welsh on the mound hit a double to start the first run of the game. Hirers traveled to third on a passed ball, giving Boons- bore a 14} load in the bottom of the first frame. Shepherdstown tied the game and went one one run ahead in the top of the third following the only two walks that Courtney Beard allowed from the Boons- boro mound, with two men out, Stride gained first base on a tap- ped ball and a wild throw that pulled the first sacker from posit ion. Beard then walked Clem- bases. Sarra them singled, driving in Stride and Clemmens for a 2-1 lead. In the' bottom of the third, Boonsboro tied the game when Ronnie Barker hit a fourbagger for the only homer of the game. Boonsboro scored again for the win in the fifth on a double by Beard and a triple by Hirers. Beard struck out 13 and allow- ed only two walks in going the route for Boonsboro. Stride, who replac i Wal in tim first in- hag, struck out four and walked one the Boon,shore squad. a patient in Kings Daughters Hos- ing the past year. pital Martinsburg. I Ned Jones, chairman of the Vir out own home-town people --- and physicians you know -- direct and are responsible for running Blue Cross-Blue Shield. Both are Local, Non-Profit Community Service organizations. Both governing boards are composed of leaders in their respective communities. Officom and board members serve without pay. Participating physicians and hospital administrators ( J attun ! to the health needs of our area) ad- and counsel, so that you and your family may receive maximttm benefits for every dollar you spend. You deal with local doctors of your choice and our local hospitals. Each Blue Cross-Blue Shield Plan is an area plan, serving its own immediate commu- nity, linkfd, nationally, |or service everywhere. Almost twenty-five thousand Blue Cross-Blue Shield subscribers in our area are allied with over fiBy- thre t million Blue Cross-Blue Shield nationwide subscriber, providing coverage and health care thr mgh.out the United States. OF NORTHUN WEST VIRGINIA, INC. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer ginia Apple Commission and pres and son Vaughn of Oberlin, Ohio ident of the National Apple Instit spent the weekend with her me- ure, spoke also on the activities ther Mrs. Clifton Graves. of those two groups. Mrs, Cabell Tapscott had as Mr. Dorsey is the son of Mr. luncheon guests Wednesday Mr. !and Mrs. Ralph N. Dorsey of and Mrs. Brooke Blackford, Mrs. Berryvilie, Va. Elmer Clipp of Charles Town, Dr. .... and Mrs. Willis Dearing of New Pne nff|r nnn l mnn York and Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive lIV iVIIIO b~ V~/UlIIIIq~III Myers. . . Little Jeffrey Sager of Shep- A k| fl B|d on herdstown spent Sunday with his " ....... "T-"- grandparents Mr. and Mrs: Gro- F ... ver Thompson while his parents r0r ea eysy ||e Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sager were _ni Washinzton . , Congressman Harley O. Stag- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grant gers was advised today by Post- and sons of Martinsburg and Miss imaster General J. Edward Day Otis Darr were guests of Mr. and j that the Post Office Department Mrs. W. B. Sloat Sunday. i is now asking for bids to furnish Mr. and Mrs Calvin Grove and leased space suitable for postal Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Calvin Grove'quarters for the. Kearneysville,. and children of Baltimore, Md. !W. Va. Post. Office. Closing date have been visiting the formers for the.bidsjs May 15, 1961. . brother-in-law and sister Mr. and upecmcauons call for approm- Mrs. Jesse Boyd. I mately 1,000 square feet of inter- Mr Robert Housden of Wash- ior space and outside loading plat ._ot__in on s.entu the weekend with form. and adequate space for park parents Mr. and Mrs. Rufus mg and truck maneuvering. . __ usden. 4, I . t;ongressman taggers was an, Mrs. Har rv Henderson was re- vised that. the Post. Office Depart -..rn~ved ..... hv, _me bulance to the Char- merit will enter Into a lease agree Town hos_ talv last Friday ment. with .the successful bidder. whre she is seriously ill. Iifformation concerning bid- ding forms, building specificat. By Mrs. Pauline Ott Mrs. Margaret Hostler and dau :hter Margaret, Mrs. Ellen Biggs and daugher Darlene and Mrs. Josephine Longerbeam and dau- ghter Kay of Hanson were Satur- day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Virts at Lucketts, Va. Mr. and "Mrs. Robert Nicewar- ner and daughter Cindy and son and Mrs. Myrtle Wilt of Charles rown were Sunday callers of Mrs. L D. Oft and son Harry E. Ott. Mrs. Charles Ott and sons were viistors of her mother Mrs. Ellis Johnson at Millville recently. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt of Chestnut Hill were recent visitors of the letters mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and brother Harry E. Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shiflett and son of Hanson were recent visi- tors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Costello of 3ummit Point were Sunday even ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley and daughter Nancy and son Woody. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ott and sons of Kensington, Md. Mr. and Ars. Glenn Ott and family of Ran dallstown, Md. were recent visi- tors. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seal and family of Ranson were Saturday morning viistors of the tatters par ents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Host- ler and family. Mrs. Mary Cline went to the home of her daughter and son- n-law Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse at liddleway from the Charle ]?own General Hospital where she was a medical patient. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mr and Mrs. Frank Ruth "and family of Maryland were recent visitors of their grandmother Mrs. FAIa Sline and father. Mr. Earnest Cline. Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater and son of Charles Town was recent visi- tors of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hard- hag and daughter Pam. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and family of Hanson were Sat- urday morning visitors of the lat- ters parents Mr. and Mra Forrest Hostler and family. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Larry Penwell an nounce the birth of "Rebecca Lynn" at the Charles Town Gener al Hospital on March 23. This is their first child. Mrs. Russell was the former Miss Small wood of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Charles Painter announce the birth of a Nancy FAain at tlW Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital on March 25. This is their fifth child. P nter ions, lease provisions, etc., the ' Congressman noted, can be pro- cured from Real Estate Officer K. Wayne Swiger, Rooms 311-313 New Post Office Building, Clarks P (FormerlyMar;on County I'iospit4J and Medical Service, Inc.) 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Where will you $nd a handsoraer hardtop than this Impala 8 Ort Se,&I Whtm one car outse! all the rest the way this new Chevrolet doing*--thete's got to be a reason. And we can think of s me pretty good ones. The Clean-etched looks of the new Body by Fisher, for example. The eager brand of "git" that's under the hood. The easy way it handles. Plus the added advantage of extra-cost options like triple-turbine Turboglid. But to sample atl these r0aao together, you have to get a Chevrolet out on the road. And there's where that Jet mooth ride takss over with its own gentle kind of AND: JUST ONE JET-SMOOTH RIDE WILL SHOW YOU WHY! persuasion. If you weren't you'd imagine you were riding in a costlier car. No wonder people are buying more Chevrolets than any other make! Chevrolets have more of what it takes to pIease people! *Official R. L. full-sized Chevrolets outsold the by a record-breaking margin in 1960--and leSs continue to set the 'ee the new Chet'folet cars, Chevy Corvairs and the new Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's wzsz wasmaazoa szsz~r aS S TOWN, W. VA.