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i ! i OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE MAY 14, 1959 5--A Win Them Place ty Play LEAGUE W L Pct. 2 0 1.000 2 0 1.000 1 1 .500 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 0 2 .000 Results L8 Martinsburg 6 Place 10 Rippon 9 8 Gerrardstown 2 Games Place at Gerraxdstown at Rippon at Martinsburg weather prevailing the six teams in the baseball league got in afternoon with fronts and when had died down a- 5 p. m. the Bakerton (Vs.) teams chalk second consecutive via season and were rest of the heap in a tie lead. boys moved into ~unday afternoon a fine turnout at the High School diamond victory over the Braves. The Baker- eom~bined good pitch of C. Kidwiler and by the Braves to until the seventh the Bakerton team the ,ball game, how ever but in that frame they scored five of their eight runs. The Berkeley Place Yawks cap- tured a 10-9 slugfest over Rippon at the VA Center field. The Yanks behind Junior VanMetre, had an 8-1 lead after 7 innings but Rip- pon rallied to knot it 8-all on the strength of Lambert's grand-slam homer. Rippon picked up an unearned run in the top of the ninth to grab the lead but Berkeley 'Place boun ced back in the bottom of the france to win as Louie Licklider singled Mason walked and Frank ie Gray unloaded a gamewinning two-ru~ single. Licklider picked up the win in relief. Gain esboro, behind the steady four-hit hurling of LeRoy DeI-Iav- en easily trimmed Gerrardstown, 8-2. DeHaven fanned 10 batters. The boxscore: Rippon AB Lambert, 3~b ............ 3 1R HI Stevens, rf ............. 5 0 0 J. Burch, as ............4 1 Myers, cf .............. 3 0 A. Carroll, cf ..........0 2 B. Burch, lb ............5 2 B. Carroll, ss ..........1 0 J. Longerbeam, 2b ...... 3 1 1 Gaynor, p ............. 4 0 1 B. Longerbeam, If ...... 3 1 1 C. Longerbeam, c ...... 2 1 0 Totals .............. 32 9 6 Berkeley Place AB tt H Hovermale, ss ..........3 2 Corbin. If .............. 5 1 VanMetre, p .......... 3 1 Licklider, p ............ 1 0 Everhart, lb ........... 1 1 Mason, lb ............. 1 1 J. Gray, 3b ............ 5 2 Gaither, rf ............. 2 0 N. Gray, rf ............. 2 0 F. Gray, cf ............ 4 1 2 Loudan, 2b ............ 3 0 0 Jenkins, c .............. 4 1 2 SPRING SPECIAL RATED BEST of 21" TV tested by leading independent testing laboratory "rp EXTRA FEATURES IT SWIVELS orizontal Chas- FOR EASY VIEWING Spotlite Dial Zenith Sun- picture tube Full powerTHE ALCOTT--Model C2221 Pull push on/off; 21" diag. meas. 262 sq. COntrol "Fringe lock" for inches rectangular pictttre pictures area. Available in ebony or maroon colors. $219.9s I RADIO .. TELEVISION .. APPLIANCES 222 WEST WASHINGTON STREET VALUABLE ANTIQUE AND MODERN FURNITURE! S01d my home "Shannon Hill," I will sell the on the premises, located 4~ miles Southeast of TOwn, W. Vs., on the Road leading from Mechanics- Kabletown, in Jefferson County on , MAY 23, 1959 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (E. D. T.) OLD FURNITURE, ETC. Bedroom Suite (marble tops); Gold Leaf Pier marble base; Teakwood Candle Stand with marble Mantel Mirror, Pair of Wall Mirrors 3'x 8'; Cathedray Chairs and Davenport (hand carved); Chairs (hand carved); English Dining Table, Table, Several Flemish Chairs, Two Small Inlaid 2 Marble Top Tables, Numerous End Tables, Box with bell; Mahogany Table, Pair of Walnut r~t Book Cases; Walnut Book Shelf, Walnut Table leaf); Inlaid Platform Mirror; Marble Top Side- MANE Grand Piano, Weser Bros. Player Rolls; 15 Piece Dining Room Suite, 2 Tapestry Seat, Davenport, Davenport and Chair to match; Desk, 5 Overstuffed Chairs, Several Fireplace Sets of Andirons, Gate-Leg Table, Numerous Victorian Mantel Clock, Several Mantel Clocks, Washing Machine, 4-Piece Bedroom Suite, 2 Plastic Covered Office Chairs, 2 Library Chest of Drawers, Wardrobe, Metal Top Base Cabinet, ~Porch'*~tnff~Lawn Furniture, e, Pictures and Picture Frames, Rug 11'x 18', Scatter Carved Table under carriage (ornate); Coffee Irons, Carriage Lamps, Kitchen Cabinet, Iron Kitchen Range, Desk, Beds, Dressers, Odd Oal Hods, Tools, Garden Tools, Quantity of Books, bf Heavy Galvanized Roofing, Pots and Pans, and an unlimited amount of Plun- sted. EER'S NOTE:--A quantity of the above mer. to the millionaire Charles Broadway Rouss is worthy of your attention. CASH. C.P. McCARVER et[()~ ~I~IILLEIt Auctionem ~;"~S" ' ' ncpherdstown 302~ Charles Town 180-W. FURR, Clerk. Lunch Will Be Serveao 1~ 'and 21 - 2t. Plans were announced Monday by the Jefferson County Junior Chamber of Commerce for stag- i~g ,their annual teen-age safe driving Road-e-o on [May 23 at the Charles Town race track. Harry J. Nuse, chairman of the Jaycee project, said any male or female who wishes to participate in the driving contest should con !tact either Richard Harmison at !Charles Town High School; Miss Be,t~y Patterson at Harpers Ferry High School; Adam Craven at Page Jackson ,High; or K. W. Eut sler, principal of Shepherdstown High School. Any young girl or boy who has not reached their 19th birthday and has a driver's permit and have not had a ~raffic violation since January 1, 1959 are eligible to parti cApate. There will i.rst be o Girl 0 Girl Chares Town, will hold a "Fly-Up" Ceremony Thursday evening. May 2 21, when four Brownies will ,be- come full-fledged Girl Scouts. 1 Pamilies and members of the 1 troop will meet wt 6 p. m. at St. 1 Thomas Lultheran Church in Ran- 1 0 so~ for a covered dish supper. 0 Mrs. Leonard McDonough, as- 1 sistant leader of Troop No. 38 and 0 four mem~bers of her troop 'will as- sist with the "Flying-Up" cere- mony. Troop No. 15, Brownie Scou~s, with Mrs. Robert Comer, leader, spent Saturday, May 9, visiting Harpers Ferry. The troop ate a picnic lunch at "Potomac Wayside park and then visited dthe histooric spots at Harpers Ferry. Mrs. ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake Birthday Party Mrs. James tills gave a hire'h- day party on Wednesday ,after- noon in honor of her son Jay. Those helping 'him celebrate ,the occasion were J(~hnny Bonnie a,nd R'honda !Milton, Kevin ~Iilton, Freddie Morrison, Lorne Lynn and Pare Pope, Mrs. Floyd Milton, ,Mrs. Joe Ranalli Jr. Mrs. Edward Ryman, .Mr. Edwin Pope, Marli Jo Vivian .and Joey Ranalli. The *hostess served ice crea.m, cake ice tea, p0ta,to Chips and ,candy! ~ 'Mr .and Mrs. Danie] Creamer and daughter Debbie of Ranson visited (Mrs. Edward Ryman ,and daughter Juanita on (Mond,ay ev eni,ng. iMr. and Mrs. Cl,if'Lon Kelican and children Nancy, .and Gary and Miss Sandra Tri61flps:on o,f Charles Town spen,t Sunday with SK-3 Howard E. Keliean at Bain~bridge, Md. Mr. ,Moss Ran,alli was a supper guest of ~hi.s daughter a,nd son-in- law Mr. and ,Mrs. Nelson White %in,ton on Friday evening. Mr. and (Mrs. Floyd Milton .and son Kevin spent Sunday with ~the formers parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Jos eph tMil,ton a,ud fami'ly of Kuble- town. Sunday guests a*t the home of Mr. ,and Mrs. L. E. Wiltshire and son were Mr. and Mrs. Pittman Russell and daughters Judy and Karen and Mr. John ~hirley of Winches,ter, Vs., Mr. and Mrs. E1 more Wenner a,nd son Freddie Lee of Lovet,tsville ,Va. IYlrs. Annie Kain, ~Mrs. Alice McKowen o~ Bal Vimore, Md., tMrs. Edna Conard and son C,harles and granddau- ghter Faye .of Loudoun Heights, Vs., Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Wilt- shire and daughter Veronica ,of Harpers Ferry ,and (Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wil,tshire and sons of Ran- son. Mrs. Edwin .pope and daug'hEter Pab, Mrs. (Mary tills, 'Mrs. James Lilla and son Vince and Mrs. Rob err Ott ,and son Oral of Charles Town spent Tuesday wi~h (Mr. and Mrs. Bill King of Camp Meade, Md. Mr. a,nd ~rs. Floyd Milon and son Kevin ,and Mrs. Josel~n Milton ,and daugkhter I_dnda of Katie,town spent (Monday in 'Winchester, Vs. with Mr. and ~Mrs. Ray ~VIarcus. ~iss Sandra Keliean spen,t Fri- day night with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Clif, ton Keliean. Reba Lee RFrnan of Shenan- doah Junction spent the weekend with her ,grandparents Mr. and (Mrs. Edward Ryman. Mrs. Mamie Wfltshire and Mrs. Evely,n Hardy spen,t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Dunn and fam ily of Berwyn, (Md. Mr. and (Mrs. Dewey Meadows Jr. of Was~hington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson and daugh- ters Sherry Lou, Lynda and Beth Ann of (Martinsburg a,nd Mr. and Mrs. Louis (Meadows and children of Bolivar visi~ted (Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Meadows on Sunday. Mr. Aunzio Chicdhiric'hi of Le- banon, Pa. visited Mr. and Mrs. Tony Chichirlcc~i and son on Sun day. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Leonard Viands Jr. and son (Mike of Charles Town spent Sunday with Mr. Tony D' Angelo and Mr, ,and (Mrs. (Mich,ael D'Angelo. l~ecen~t Sunday guests at .~he home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wil,t- shire were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilt shire and dau~er Parity 'and Mr. Rall~h Shirley of Winchester, Va. Mr. ,a,nd Mrs. T. E. Lake motor ed to Middle'town, Va. on Sunday ,afternoon. ,Mr..and Mrs. Charles D'Angelo and sons Bill and Wayne ,and Miss D~t Lake visbted Mr. and Mrs. Dale Duncan and children of ~he~p 'herdstow,n on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman of Shenandoa'h Junction and Mr. .and Mrs. George iMorris ,and son Freddie of Charles Town visited '.Mr. and ,Mrs. Edward Ryman and dauWh,ter Juani,ta on Su,nday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weakley and dauKh%er of Bolivar visited the la.tters mother Mrs. Annie W~,: on Monday evening. a written examination, followed by :the driving contest. The project is sponsored annual ly by ,the Jaycees in an effort to promote safety on the highway of the county. Awards will be presewted to the three top local winners and the first place winner will receive an all-expense paid trip ,to Charles- ton to compete in a state-wide driving contest. The sts~te winner will earn the right to compete in ,the national contest to be staged m Washing- ton, D. C. for prizes totalling $4,- 500 in scholarships. These prizes will be dis,tributed among the t)h,ree top winners. ,Members of the Jefferson Coun ty Jaycees urged every teen-ager who can drive an automo,bile .and who is eligib,le to participate in this May 23 s~fe-drviing project. Troop 15 To Have "Fly-up" yMay21; May27 Scout Troop No. 15 of James Clark and Mrs. Ralph Ru- therford are assistant leaders. All Girl 'Scout Troops of Char- les Town will hold a "Court of A- wards" May 27 at the Charles Tow~ Pres~byterian Chu,rch. A coy ered dish supper for the families and members will be held a,t 6:30 'p. m. DST. This will be followed by the presentation of awards. Mrs. Smith Pine, executive dir- ector of Girl Scouts for the East- ern Panhandle will be a guest. May 23 is the dace that has been set for the "All -:Scout Cook out" for ,all Girl Scou~s of the Eastern Panhandle. It w~ll be held xt the Dunn farm on .the Martins- burg-Hedgesville Road. Those going from Charles Tow~ will ~meet at %he Citizen's Fire Hall in Charles T~wn by 9:30 a. m. Joins Merchandise Sales Staff of P. & L. DANIEL M. STAUBS Daniel ,M. St aubs, 319 N. Law- rence ~Stree,t, has been assigned ~o ,t~he merchandise sales st,aft of ~the Potomac Light and Power Com- pany here. ,according to un an- nounce,men,t by Joe StMey, local ,~tility company manager. A na~tive of this community, Staubs is a gradua,te of Charles j Town Hig,h SCl~ool and previously served as~ produce m,anage,r ,at ~a ilocal supermarket. He re,cen~ly completed an ex,tensive training course in ,~he sale and servi(~ing of How much will it A. $2.29 $1000 on $2000 home. $2(000) X $3000 $1.37 on $ 300 Will this A. No. auto. my plies to school taxe only. 3. Q. Will thi levy double my . A. Absolutely Ho. The law would not $3(000) X $ 3(00) X Assessed S2000 I - $6.89 .459- $1.37 4. Q. Will the vote on this levy hi " No. ,It S300 the a: everyone nothing to do with fixim the amount of assessment. 5. Q. How does, electrical appliances, qua,lifying hi,m %o advise, instruct and assi,st A ~cusC(~mers in all their ,appliance ; needs. Stau,bs ~s .married to the former Myra Jenk, ins and they have one child, a 17-mon~"h old so~. The S,tau~bs family a~tends ~the (Metho- dis~t Church here. My Miss Margaret Houser (M0Vhers Day guests o,f Mrs. Ads Moler were Mr. and Mrs. Willard (Moler and daugh,tevs Patsy and Kathy and Mrs. Nellie Phi,llips of H~arpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. S,torey of Hagerstown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Rc~vland Aus~An ~f Chambersburg, Pa., M~ss Luciile Jones, RN York, "Pa. (Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hilll motored to Vanclewsville on Thursday and visited ~he labters brother and sis ter in law Mr. and Mrs. ~ar~and Manuel. Mr. Manuel is on the sick l~st. Mr :and Mrs. Oharles Eaton and children o~f S,ilver Spring, Md. we.re Sunday guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eaton and dat~gC~ters. ,Mr. rand Mrs. Ral~ph Holmes of C~rravles T~wn were Sunday even- ing guesL~ of Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Dau~erty. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammond and children of ShePherds~own and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoffmaster and children of City we.re Mothers Day guests of their mother Mrs. Ruth Bond. Mrs. Edgar Mills spent a few days las, t week l,n Washington vis i,ting Mrs. W. S. Geary and family and*Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Em'ma~t. (Mr. and Mrs. Dona,ld Just and son of J0hns,town, Pa. were the weekend ,guests ~f her ~no,ther Mrs. John Look~n~bill and bro- ~heroin-law and sister Mr. a,nd Mrs. WilH.am Capr:iotti and sons. Mr .and Mrs. Carl Frye and ct~Hdren and Mr. and Mrs. Tan- ner Houser and daughters of Ha- gerstown and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser Jr. of Charles To w,n were Sunday guests of their parents Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Houser Sr. and daughter. iMr. and Mrs. Berkeqey Winters and sons and Mr .and Mrs. Harold Robinson and sons of Harpers Fer ry and Mrs. Bla,nche Lewis were Sunday evening supper guests (~f Mr. and Mrs. Ro'bert Wa~tson. Raleigh Mole r, Bud Cogle and George KidwHer who have em- Oloyment in Baltimore. Md. vis- ~heir ~s ~lm i to th of County average was $340 per .hdd. with the national on each child's education? child last The n, the of Education" thi levy again next A. No. This is the maximum levy limitation. constitu- Why not A. Counties pass an income tax or additional sales tax" levy income and sales ;e are hibited bx law. 8. Q. Will all of this y stay in the and not o to A. YES.