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,j,,, ,,, , , , , ,, ( I 11 l r, i E .=::-R .: ~--. - =-= :: ; " PtlRTT NI:Wq hMh VIFWT I of break that a team cannot make, or cannot avoid. They I ,| ,1--,,., ..,,.. .,.-.,,., Ijust happen. [ II FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 I ..... . I is under contract to Lloyd Mistret, prominent New Or- I GARLAND SHIFFLETT, tabbed the best looking rookie I liflb l an, I leans sportsman and contractor, whose horses are running I prospect in the Washington Senators spring training camp I ,, ....... , under the Argonne Stable colors. Former big league [ a couple of seasons ago, has signed to pitch for the Shen- I ~ e. a411la 2 u baseball player George Dunning handles Patton's engage- / andoah (Ca.) ball club in the Valley League this season. [ H )! Jt, II CUMIn; UJ ments. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Patton ]The pitcher was sold by Washington to Chattanooga earlier [ __ " of Winchester. / this year after contract trouble and never did report to ] officers and team managers of I Shepherdstown at Millville ...... ! either the Nats or Chattanooga [Potomac Little League 'have for l Harpers Ferry at Sharpsburg A GREATLY IMPROVED Martinsburg High track and [ " [l~he past several weeks been busy[Leetown at Bakerton : ~ . . . . getting plans in readiness for thel JUNE 4 :held team, wlth an assist a physmal mmhap the Ph ..i Tm.n here were preparing of the 1959 Summer Sea-lB~kerton a~ She,~herdct,~w, previous day, regained Saturday afternoon a honor for [ lk, lll]l I~;}/VIRII I ~ne tngges~ crow9 yetof the. younglson on Tuesday, May 26. And once I~r~lk.iq,, ~t ~Ta:~,~,~. F~ " . . . , season L,a'ces to ~ne oa~J park again six teams will be participat "~' ........... ~" ...... " themselves which they had been coveting fox 12 conse- / ~-,.,.. ~,,. n.. [oven at 1230 o m" and the con-li.. ~.1 ....... l~,, [Sharpsburg at Leetown cutive years until three years ago---the regional track | (~r~.~. [ce-ssion stand will be well stocked l"*~l~e "tea~s an~l" their sDonsor-IJUNE 9 chamt)ionship. Our congratulations to Coach John Co- |Sh~w.'~VI~le~'"~Vio~t~t~omerv')L~2"_ [for the big .af.ternoon, of basebal!ling units will be: ,the Ba.l~ertonl.S.h.epherdsto~_n at Sharpsburg ' - ' ,oy zar ann Mrs wnar~on ann s M:IILVIlle a J~aKerson h r Senator sponsored by the Bank bourn and hm determined proteges who wanted to wm |c a los Town; 3-Romney Deaf; +r,~,. L'~, .... ~. ..... o on., [ - ~' '.- . 2 I~r ..... ~ ...... + ,~o,,,, ,. and did. At the same time words of praise must go to |4-Martinsburg. Time: 1:39.5. ...... .............. :r eTv :errylTtT 7"h ..... "'" , . " " ++ *~-*~" t --z-- ......... .1 '1+.... --,~o ,+.r the Charles Town team who battled the Bulldogs right / ...... "" _ .. " /Board Covr ration of Hall,town" IHarpers Ferry at Shepherdstown down to the last of 15 events in spite of the fact they |ge r n . Ke s:e n .nCh ar ee' nzi U.JI& ..... 'r_l._. |Leetown i 'irates. Charles Tow [Leetown at Mil]vi.ne went into the meet handicapped in the very events they |.Page ackson" "5-P~mney Deaf ildl!lUWil ldltC ]K.nig!lts of# P/tLhi,'as; 1VIiHville [~_/~r~?~rg a~ ~aKercon Tim 43 3 ' " t~anas, ~anaara zame aua t;em- were expected to excell m. the hand of fate played a bad | : 3: " " = .... lent Company of Millville" Sharps ]Shepherdstown at Leetow~ turn on the Panthers Friday afternoon when their star |GlaBir d J. u n:P2 1-C.ooper (CT);2 /~2~ In"~alln~u |burg Bluebirds Sharpsburg Lions |Bakerton ,at Harpers Ferry hm,41,~, and hlo-h i.mh h,~.Fr~Prnar P,a.1 C~f~rn~r~ ~.~ [_ a e t~ ; ~-t~omnson (~; a- LSUU lU 1~qJMIIl] land American 'Legion Post" Shoo IM~llville at Sharpsburg ,,,,r ........... e~-~ ~ .... ~- ~ ........... , .............. , ~'"-"/uaen (CT); 5-L. Bahey {PJ). Dis_ " [herdstown Yankees Jefferson/JUNE 18 fered a groin injury in a baseball game and was not /tance: 18 feet 4 inches, f.[&k.II I ...... If, .... ~,, a~r,,~,o v,,,' ,,f ~-r,..,~o~/Millville at SheDherdstown permitted to participate m any phase of the meet. Coach | Hgh J.ump- .1-~e B. Ba!!ey P J! JUIIUdll Lt:dUUt I own ISharpsburg at Hal~pers Ferry Dick Harmison had counted on Coffman for at [east four |~nat~leYt~/.)~-at~l*~i~r~m~'r~~ ~' | This will be ,~he seventh Year of]Bakevtn at Leetown or five points m" these two events, and undoubtedly had [(M;. Height. 5 feet 4 inches. STANDING OF TEAMS ?per.at!on_.fOrneaoe ~nis ,,"arthe league,,,, ~nwhich~,,,,,,,,,is IJsUNDEh2"3*, v.,,.,,.o~v,,, ..... ,~* ~,,~,,=.~v, ......... ..... " v " TEAM L ~ "~ ~ .... "" Coffman beam participating would have come through. |. Pole ault. 1-Palumbo (CT), 2- W i ng officers" E L Chrisman Lee-[Havpers Ferry at Millville As it turned out Charles Town failed to figure at all i.-_ (CTj.i. 3-/LIyers (S).; .4- t~e Halltown 3 0 town presS(lent" ~V R Bond' Har-/Leetwn at S'harpsburg ...... " w~lson (w r)" r~amey (M~ ann Viands Restaurant 2 0 ' . ' " ." ' JUNE 25 the scoring m the high jump and lost some points m |Bard (S) Hei-ht-10 6 ~ ........... pers Ferry, vace-,premdent;0R, l~I./ .......... 41~.~ I....AI,~ A~ ;~ .~*,a~A .~.~- (~ho~d,~o rU.~W~ ..~,aA,~,-1 ~-h~.~.,~ |^~.~" " ' ~ /~ ""- MlllVUie i I Jonnson Millville secretary" and/~n.arps'urg a~ ~ne,pneras~own ~A,= Hu~u~. .,~o ~ ,.~.vu uu~ ,.~.,~.,~o .v . a~u~u ~,,.~ i~.c~ Sh..--h~.~ " ~ -- ~- " --~ ' - ' -~aKer~on ata~iqv~"" points to tm for the crown and four to win. But that s R), 2-Reuter W. & R. Sales 0 2 The or~nine games on May 26 [Leetown at Harpers Ferry (m)"~-Miner (m~" a-orme (BS)S '-~ ' ~ , ~ JUNE 30 , the breaks of the game, any game, and ]s this type 15 "r ( ..... ..... " P y p -/ , ., |4- sa..y , smnce: tee+ GAMES SCHEDULED ry, Leetown and Sharpsburg dia-l. .e.Pnems o n :at Harpers Perry / m .~.. . ( . monds, ,with special opening game MHiv]ne ,at bee~own .... 1 ~..S.hot .P_ut. 1-Sulhvan M), 2-Mayl4-W.&R. Sales vs Standard ceremohies being set~for each of/Bmkerton a~; Sharpsburg " - 1" 1 [MinertmJ; ;J-~cott (R); 4-Reu- Pest Control the three'diamonds /JULY 2 ~l /ter (M); 5-Orme (BS). Distance May 15-Shepherdstown vs Hall- ~'l~e Leet~n Pirates won .l~he[Leetown at Shepherdstown _ , - l~Wl[~l 146 feet 6V2 inches town league cham.pionship last season, /Harpers Ferry at. Ba.kerton i+ I. _ ~ May 18-Standard Pest Control vsmarking the second ,time in three|~harpsburg at Mxllvflle | IAninn R:sbem,.,n Mlllville years they have won it Bakerton |auLx+. .. ~ __ ,~ ___.t-- ~ I / L;MIVII VUIJIII~;U ......... ~ - +- won the title the first two years ~hepnerdstown at Millville ~m~ ~.,,... _ ma-v~ _---.---- ,~ v~ayI~-W ~ It~ Dales vs ~nep - Har r ~I~i ~ ~ l FROM PAGE I " herdstown ",the league operated; Harpers Fer- Lee~Po~er~ Pa~r~Y~:rt~arpsburg ~ ~ ~ ~ma. , | May 20-Viands Restaurant vsr.y won th.e third years and Mill- ,[,,v o ~1~ ~ ~ i ~ ~ I .... ~ . ~ H~,lt^....` vine me mm year ~,~y- ~ . ..... loner unu jus~ oe~ore game ~ime ~" "'" The Potomac Li~ttle League is af ~azer%on a~ ~nepneras~own Ess~ Terms. Low Down Payment, Llber~ |but he wi]l have Gilbert Miller, May 2l-Miliville vs W. & R. Sales filiated with Little League, Inc., MillPi}le at Harpers Ferry Traxle-In. Come ha Todsyl Norwood.. Bill Isherwood, May 22-Standard Pest Control vs and thus ,will follow all rules of Sha~psburg ~t Lee~w~n ,.,...~,. P....,,,,.a. ~.,, ~ . /~enms ,Alexander anct possibly Viands Restaurant regulations of this national organ JULY 14.. , + ~;~ /NAKIP% /IIWN hA~ /11 Inlff lamer piceners avaiiWble ~or au~y ........ z .... ization ~nepneras~o~n at Sharpsburg ~i~ll/r~llLl~sd~ /Vlll1 Vfld qkSVll1111~I~, | Legion park was comhag in for *'he kialll;OWn soi~JOallers moved The "~ch~rh~]o ~ ro~.o,~ +h+~ Millville at Bakerton PHONE 22G ~ .................. '~'"" step to success Graduation marks an achievement to be proud of .. and marks, too, a time to plan the next step toward your goal in life. CHARLES TOWN, W. V& plenty of atention this week and " - iT 7 - " - i .... Whatever the goal, there'li come a time when cash op hand can help you make a big stride forward. Prepare now .. start now to save regularly, so you'll have money when you want it. III YOUR ii ACCOUNT Phone 10 i I ii I I i T IS APPRECIATED AT THE iii iii I i i ? I!llll Illlllll II Charles Town, W. Va. (Bring Your Banking Problems To Us... No Obligation At All) --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System-- i iS ............ iiii Jilil I I J into ,the lead in the six team Jef ferson County softball league dur- in~ the first week of play by sear- ing .three consecutive victories in as many games. The HalEown boys trimmed in .their opening game the Standard Pest Control team, then Thursday May 7, scored a victory over Mlll- ville and finedly Monday beat the ~0f.. & ~R. Sates team. Viands Restaurant also scored a pair of victories without a toss, beating W. & R. Sales on May 6 and Sheoherdstown on May 8. The NIiIlviHe ~am after beat- ing Si%epherdstown in their open- ing game lost .to ,Halltown. The league was officially opened Monday, May 4 on the Halltown diamond in appropriate ceremon- ies with the Charles Town V. F. W. Post Color Guard raising t~he flag. t The Charles Town High base- bailers bested the 'Hedgesville High Eagles 12-7 in a real Mug- lest Friday afternoon on the Hod gesville diamond to chalk up their ninth victory as against one de- feat. Three home runs were among the 13 hits which the Panthers blasted off the offerings of two Hedgesville pitchers. Hedgesville, with Donnie Spies Powering out a bases-loaded home run in the fourth, held a 7-5 edge going iuto the fifth but Charles Town put together a pair of three run rallies to break the game wide open. Larry Burns started Charles Town's slugging spree in the third with a fourmaster. Another long homer by Dunbar who starred at the plate with three of the Pan- thers' 13 safeties featured a big rally in the fourth frame. And Sam Snow weighed iu with a long four-ply smash in the sixth when the Panthers stru0k for three tal lies. Burns, /~analli and Snow each had a +pair of hits for Charles Town while Spies had two for three for Hedgesville. Charles Town AR R H Burns, rf .............. 5 1 2 Jackson, lb ............ 5 0 1 1~analli, cf ............. 5 2 2 Cooper, If ............. 4 2 0 Snow, 3b .............. 3 3 2 Frye, 2b ............... 3 1 1 Eismon, e .............. 3 1 0 Coulter, c .............. 1 1 1 Duubar, p ..... ......... 4 I 3 Coffman, ~s ............ 2 0 0 Ware, p ............... I 0 0 Bentz, p" . ............. .1 0 1 Totals .............. 37 12 13 Hedgesville AB R H Miller, cf .............. 4 I I D. Spies, lb ............ 3 3 2 Sperow, 3~b ............ 3 0 0 W. Spies, p ............ 3 0 1 Bishop, rf .............. 2 0 0 French, rf ............ 1 0 0 FOX, 2b ................ 3 1 0 Murphy, If ............ 2 0 0 Stearns, p ............. 0 0 0 Coffinberger, ss ........ 0 0 0 Kramerage, c .......... t 1 0 Johnson, lb ............ 1 1 0 Ruppenthal, c .......... 0 0 0 Totals .............. 23 7 4 READ THE SPlglT-AI)VOCATI~ READ THE CLASSIFIEDS week will be :as follows: MAY 26 ~: i**, ~ Shepherdstown at Harpers' 'Ferry Mlllville a:t Leetown Bakerton at Sharps'burg MAY 28 Leetown at Shepherdstewn Harpers Ferry at Bakerton Sharps'burg u~ Mlllvitle . JUNE 2 Harpers Ferry at Leetown JULY 16 ~%l~:)ers Ferry at Shepherds~own l~t'own at M.illville Sharpsburg at Bakerton JULY 21 Shepherdstown at Leetown Bakerton at Harpers Ferry MHlville ,at S'harpsburg M~ULY 23 illville at Shplil~e~d~t#wO ~+/+~ "Return of the "SE~K~/ Kitten m another Drama of Love, Lust, and violence." BRIGITTE BARDOT in "THE NIGHT HEAVEN FELL" in Color and Cinemaseope SEE YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER...AND ~15,1.11r Along with the most talked about style on the road today goes per- formance new even to owners of previous Buicks... and too great for y+ou t9 miss. Buick'59 is livelier yet smoother, more powerful yet thriftier, as any previous Buick owner will tell you. And credit goes to the turbine smoothness of Buick transmi ions, plus the new responsiveness of Buick "Wildcat" engines. At the wheel, too, you'll find new handling ease and finned-brake sureness that owners put high on Watch their "most liked" list. But that's far from all these owners tell us. They talk about new operating economy from the most efficient power plant on the road today. About quality of fin- ish and detail, and of quietness that even beats the best of Buick heretofore. They speak of reliabil- ity.., and they speak of the pure pleasure of owning a Buick '59.., in ways that warm the heart. 9 WHEN II~ER AIrrOMOIlILE$ ARE BL/ILT BUICK WILY.. BUTI-D in Tales of Wells Fargo on NBC-TV Monday But thea best spokesman ;i r Buick '59--and what it can do you--is a Buick itself. Why not go, to your Buick dealer and get the:; inside story, today? TO OWh?ERS OF CARS [N "THE LOW-m~C~.O 3"... be surpr~ how easily you can own inslead! Be sure to ask about* "TILE MOST IMPORTANT $ IN TItS AUTOMOBILE WONLO.~' DISCOVER FORYOURSkLI " " WHY 190,000( I:AMIIAES IIAVE ALRVADY MADE TfIE MAGNIFICENT CHANGE TO 1! SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW Your Quality Buick Dealer in Charles Town is: 117 S.