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iI i,li SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 2--B THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1959 SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 her five. Bob McCarthy, the catcher is from San Fran- cisvo State College and will hit in the number six spot. The number seven batter will be the hustling Bob Shelton who holds down third base. He is from Suitland Junior College. Mark Raabe, the second-sacker, will bat num- ber eight and he hails from Minnesota University. And on the mound starting the game for the powerful G-Men will be the crafty southpaw, Steve Bauk, formrely of George Washington University. In Ernie Cage, Dave Car- roll, Ed Berger, Hollis Hinton, Jdrry Padgett, Grey Brock- man, Jim Burch and Bill Carroll, the visitors will be well supplied with some number one replacements... JOHNNY WELAJ, FORMER MANAGER of the Hag- erstown Packets in the Inter State League and now head- ing the public relations department for the Washington Senators basebfill club, expects to be on hand for the Legion's opening game here Sunday. That's what he told this writer early this week... Should be a big day in baseball here-- s well as over the county in general. , . Due to the health of my wife, I will sell My Entire Household Effects, located at the West End of Bolivar, W. Va., along the State Road No. 340 at Cavalier Heights, on SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. (D. S. TIME) HOUSEHOLI) FURNITURE, ETC. Double Iron Bed with Springs and Mattress; Single Bed with Springs and Mattress; Oak Dresser, 3-Piece Living Room Suite, like new; 5 Small Stands, Bed Clothing, Army Clothes, G. M. Refrigerator, A-1 shape; G. E. Electric Range with 4-hole and clock; 6-Way Electric Floor Light, Table Lights, Philco Television, A-1 shape; Hoover Electric Cleaner with all the attachments; 3 Electric Fans, Maytag Washing Ma- chine, Electric Drop Cord, Electric Heater, Dinette Set and 4 Chairs; Writing Desk, Book Rack, 3 Trunks, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; Towel Rack, Several Small Chests, 9 x 12 Wilton Rugg, Two 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs, Singer Sewing Machine, Ironing Board, Several Mirrors, Kitchen Utensils, Pots and Pans; Some Silverware, Pictures and Pic- ture Frames; Meat Saw', Lot of Tools, Several Ladders, Lawn Mower, Garden Tools, and Lots of Other Articles that are not mentioned. TERMS:--CASIt on Day of Sale. PAUL E. K. K. CAVALIER, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE, Clerk. Apz~il 30 and May 7 - 2t. BARTLES CHAR OWN SHOWGROUNDS NEXT TO RACE TRACK EFFERSON COUN Y TWICE DAILY--3:30 AND 8:00 P. M. PRESENTS 3 - RINGS - 3 EI Ei IIANIS -- WIIA) ANIMALS -- ItORSES AERIALISTS-- GYMNASTS --- RIDERS CONGRESS OF MIRTHFUL CLOWNS I OUR GUEST-- We Invite You to Come to A. M., Circus Morning and Help Erect the BIG TOP. Slu w Grounds---10:00 Watch the Elephants AFTER VISITING THE SHENANDOAH DOWNS track here last Sunday, Walter (not too-many pounds, now) Haight of the Washington Post and Times-Herald said: "Now I am certain that my friend Molly Mutuel will have to find money enough to purchase a new Spring bonnet if she intends to spend much of her time at this lay-out." "Boy, this is most," the chubby-cheeked reported went on--and on, as he gulped down round after round of re- freshments along with dozens of sandwiches and other goodies which were loaded on the long tables in the club house... QUIET-SPOKEN BRUCE PHILLIPS, the Red Bank, N. J. boy who will do the catching here Sunday for the Legion, is hitting a lofty .421 for the Shepherd College Rams this season... FOR THE LUCKY 1,500 or more newspaper, radio, television representatives and invited guests who attended the welcoming party at plush Shenandoah Downs, the track management certainly did roll out many yards of red carpet and a catering service unequalled in racing history. It was quite an event, indeed. And as a Charles Town lady sitting near us remarked, "I am going to pinch myself to see if I am really in Charles Town." Another gentleman said, "I'll always remember the Sesqui-Cen- tennial as my number one big occasion in Charls Town and this event gets my number two vote." . . WOODY WALTERS, WHO WILL be making his debut as manager of the Charles Town Legion baseball club, said this morning that he expects to present an exciting and hustling brand of the diamond sport for the fans here on Sunday afternoons. "There'll be plenty of the hit-and-run style of baseball, bunting, and lots of it, es- pecially when we need it, and all in all, we expect to give the fans plenty for their price of admission whenever they come to the ball park... Big Pre-Game From Page One ening gazne and 'held the locals in check before giving way to big Jim Wexler in the eighth inning. Other Starters SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE :-- Day 370 Night mm L I MEN'S OILE STOCK UP NOW WHILE THEY LAST. PHARMACISTS Charles Town, W. Va. FORT DRIVE - IN On Route 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. .J Thurs.. Fri, Apr. 30-May 1 --DOUBLE FEATURE~ "HORROR OF DRACULA" in Color--with Peter Cushing - Meliss~ Stribbling DON'T DARE SEE IT ALONE! ALSO-- "THE THING THAT COULDN'T DIE" The Most Terrifying Monster Evcr~ Saturday Only - May 2 ~--DOUBLE FEATURE-- A Thrilling Story of the Old West-- "SIERRA BARON" in Cinema.scope and Color with Brian Keith - Rtta Gam ALSO-- "ATTACK OF THE CRAB MONSTERS" A Blood-Curdling Experience in Horror! Sun. - Mon. May 3 - 4 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- "'A Different Yarn About Teen Agers Heading West on A Wagon Train!" "WILD HERITAGE" in Color and Cinemascope with Will Rogers, Jr. and Maureen O'Sullivan ALSO--- It's Your Iddy Biddy Buddy "Lonesome Geo(ge Gobel" in 6, ,, I MARl{lED A WOMAN (~tnd they're the best kind) with the Sereen's Most Glamorous Blonde Heat-Wave DIANA DORS. Tues. - Wed. May 5 - 6 "Tlle Wonderful-Time Show All America has been w~iting for" "MARDI GRAS" in Color and Cinemascope Pat Boone - Tommy Sands , Gaxy Crosby . Sherce North Other starters for the Washing- ton bait club Sunday be mkc 1958 Allman, centerfield, Phil Coghlau, rightfield, John Legros, left field, Jack Buckley, short~top, Jim Oil- ills, ,first base, Bob McCaxthy, c~t- cher, BOb ShelCon, l~hird base, 1958 M~rk Raabe, second base and Steve Bauk pite,hing. The F. B. I. squad of seventeen players will ar- rive in Charles Town ~unday wt 12:30 p. m. and take their bacting 1958 practice at 1:30 ,O. m. The Legion Post has planned ap ,propri~te opening day ceremonies, such as the flag-raising by ,~he gion Color Ou d and some 1957 other special events or the big day. The bull park ~as given a complete cleaning up job this week and everything ~ppeared ready ~or anot~her big season of 1957 baseball for local and area fans. The starting battery for the Legion apepared to be just about set ~his week ,wiVh the veteran Oil bert Miller, long one of the stead- iest and .most dependable hurlers on the ball club, geVting the nod .to pitch and his catoher is almost certain to be the newcomer be- hind the plate this season for the Legion, Bruce Phillips of New Jer- sey. Game time at 2:30 p. m. (Day light Time) with the opening day ceremonies set .to begin at 2:15 p. m. Gates to the Legion Park will open at 12 noon in order to take care o the early arrivers business manager Jim MOrlson said ,today. Y A combination of good pitching by lZichard Poston, timely hitting by Milt Cooper and Paul Coffman plus nine errors on ,the part, of Shepherdstown, gave the Charles Town High baseballers a one-sided 10-2 victory over t~e Shepherds- town High Cardinals Friday ,aJter noon in Shepherds town. For the Pan~,hers it was their fffVh straight ~ictory, while it was Shepherdstown's third defeat. Only in the third frame when che Cardinals managed to push over Cheir only $wo runs, did Pos- ton experience any trouble ,af~ ~11. And even ~en it wa~ only of a minor n~ture. I~t was 1i~ the ~(~p of .the third frame also that Charles Town mov ed out in front with a gour-run u, prising on a double by Cooper and singles by Coffman, Frank P~nalli and Danny Eismon. Coffman arid Cooper each col- legted two singles and a double as the Panther batsmen x~pped out a total of 12 base ,hits. A three bagger by Diekie Welsh was Shepherdstown's lone extra base blow as 1~he Cards dropped ~heir ,third s%raight. Score by innings: Charles Town 004 202 2-10 Shepherdstown 002 000 0- 2 Forthcoming Sports Events For Section TO BUY YOUR CAR HERE and have us Pay the Sales Tax, Transfer and Title Fee on it... Hundreds of Wise Car Buyers have already taken advantage of this Big Offer and we're ready and waiting for you to drop in to see us... FORD FAIRLANE 4-DR. 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