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iJii |,+ / Will Meet From Page 1 on how both of these hurlers showed up in their pre-game warm ups. Game time will as usual at 2:30 p. m. (daylight time) with the pre-game ceremonies coming on at 2:15. General Manager Jim Morison said he will have the gates to the ball park open at 12:- 30 p. m. and the concession stand under the managership of Stew- art Wharton, will be well stocked with cold drinks and sandwiches for the occasion. Legion Park was being given an other thorough going over this week and if the weatherman 5oop crates, local and sectional fans will get the chance which they have been waiting for, a look at another Charles Town Legion baseball season. LeehM, Bakerton [ At Home Sunday In Tri-County Action B6th of Jefferson county's en tries in the Tri-County baseball league will be in action on their home fields Sunday for the first time this season. Bakerton, unbeaten in two games, wil be hosting the Win- chester Rebels at 2:30 on the Bak erton diamond and Leetown will be entertaining the Martinsburg Veterans of Foreign Wars team. In other league action the.Ber- keley Place batsmen will go to Winchester for a battle with Tom ahawk at Sleepy Creek. In Russia they have a TV in every hotel room-only it watches yOU. JU OVER OUR COST PRICE! 61 PLYMOUTHS - 61 VALIANTS STRAIGHT SALE--NO TRADES AT THIS PRICEv. SALE ,STARTS MAY llth. ENDS MAY 22, 1961. L L' PLYMOUTH -- VALIANT SALES AND SERVVICE THANKS A LOT FOLKS FOR MAKING THE GRAND OPENING OF MY NEW STORE A HUGE SUCCESS. IT WAS A REAL PLEAS- URE GREETING MY MANY FRIENDS WHO DROPPED IN TO --CONGRATULATE ME ON+ THE NEW STORE. I ENJOYED HAVING SO MANY PEOPLE LOOKING OVER AND PUR- CHASING FROM MY V I S V L A Y OF TOP APPLIANCES AND F I N E FURNITURE. I INTEND TO CONTINUE WITH A LOT OF BARGAINS FOR MY CUSTOMERS SO ' HOP FRITTS FIRST AND SAVE." J. RUSSELL FRITTS OF F ITURE AND MACHINERY NEAR NEERSVILLE, LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 STARTING AT 10:00 A. M. (E.D.T.) ,, i , ii i i Due to the death of my husband, I will sell on the farm kv~wn as the Elbert Edwards Farm, located about 6 miles north of Hlllsboro, Va., and 4 miles South of Harpers Ferry. W. Va~, on Route 671 (Hlllsboro to Harpers Ferry Road-- Watch for Sale Sign at lane on this road) the following: Harpers Ferry High School's slugging batsmen are the scholastic champions for Section 16 for the second consecutive year. Anti for the second straight year they defeated the Charles Town High Panthers to win the title and move up a bracket in the tournament playoffs. The Tigers, coached by Paul Swartz, will next meet either Martinsburg or Hedgesvllle who were to have battled it out Wed- nesday afternoon for the Section 15 title. The Harpers Ferry boys came up with a heavy ll-bit attack to beat Charles Town 8- 5 Wednesday, May 10 at Harpers Ferry. The victory gave Coach Pard Swartz's club a 4-1 record in Section 16 competition and an over-all record of 4-4. It was the strong right arm of Irving Grey who hurled the Tigers to the title victory. Although he gave up ten hits, he struck out seven and managed to go the distance. Harpers Ferry ran up a 5-1 lead in the first frame and they were never headed. The Panthers did knot the Count at 5-5 in the fourth, but the Ferrians pulled ahead in the fifth and went on to win. Members of the Tiger team as shown above are, first row, left to right:--Donnie Lanlutm, Larry Hoffmaster, Blnky Petruecl, Bill Wilt, Terry Johnson, Tommy Moler, Roger Starliper, Richard Buzzard and Gary Iden. Back row, left to right:--Coach Paul Swartz, Eddie Moler, George Kldwell, Ronnle Hardy, Donnie Hetzel, Steve Wilt, Harrison Lanham and Irving Grey. (Photo By Tim Sinn) and who knows, it could be Harmison who gets the next boot. Incidentally, what ever happened to a fellow by the name of John Cobourn who led Bulldog athletic teams, football, basketball, baseball and track to some lofty heights at the Orange and Black school ? WILLIAM T. (BILL) ELIAS, head football coach at the University of Virginia, will conduct a football clinic in Winchester's Handley High School auditorium May 26 at 4:00 p. m. Hunter Maddex, Handley Athletic Director, will be one of the hosts for the occasion. 1 1 NEARBY LOUDOUN COUNTY' will SUn long of polo under the-lights on June 2 with the first 17 conse- cutive Friday night matches at Goose Creek Polo Club, with nationally known.players competing in two matches each night. MANAGER WOODY WALTERS of the Charles Town Legion isn't wearing any broad smiles this week about his prospects of winning the opener here Sunday from the Union Printers. "We are far from ready to face a team like the Printers," he said today. "The rains have held up practice and many of the boys haven't had a baseball in their hands for the past week or so." Brother, he isn2 crying either, and let us be among the first to tell you. Win; DR. W. E. (BILL) TRUSSELL will take over the post of Bakerton and Sleepy Creek, the hit assault at Winchester. Gary track veterinarian at Charles Town Race Course when thetwo teams that battled right down ~ Henry weighed in With a single to the wire last year for the Tri. land two triples and Tex Hessler day-light track opens it s 57 day summer meeting here on County League baseball champ- I had two singles and a double for Monday. ' ~ ionship are at it again alreadylithe victors. I this summer, with both teams hay I Bakert ..... on ran up a ~-1 ieau in HERE'S AN ITEM FOR Y OU! Should Shenandoah ling chalked up their second con-I the first four fr ...... a z,, Downs wind up the present meeting with plusses in the secutive victory in Sunday's Tri-I ....... ~ ....?_":~ "'-" "~Y ".~" ' f~.nHnt~r ~flnn [ LlC LI'UUUI~ uOWnlng "romanawK mutuel handle, attendance and otherwise, it will be the ..... ......." I behind the SLX-hlt" " hurhng" of Jack first track operating in this area to show a gain during the t The Bakerton batsmen shaded I Burch and Wayne Jamison. spring racing season. Bowie, Laurel, and the Laurel trot- Tomahawk by an 8-4 score on the ] Hough led Bakerton's 13 hit at- ting track all were down from the previous year. The Tomahawk diamond; and Sleepy { tack with a single' double.and trip ~reeK romeo me winchester, va. I le -~ .:= - ~ present average is $217,585 per night and that's not bad. . . " ............. i Rebels on the Winchester d]a-I 1 Charhe Fmk was the big gun WHILE WE WERE sonably confident that mond by a 19-9 score. In the on y I. _ " . " Ior Tomanawk with, a other league battle Sunday thai. ...... uouole anu tmpm Lou Pondfield could smile, even if he seldom ever does, we Martinsburg Veterans of Foreign[ never knew he could break out with such a wide and very Wars crushed Winchester 16-3 on [ Buddy Custer turned ina spark pleasant one as he did on Ed Sullivan's TV show Sunday the Gerrardstown diamond. [ling seven hitter and struck-out' night. Lou, really did look great and so veryxeal that we The Leetown and Berkeley 1 12 batters for the VFW over Win- almost got up from our easy chair to shake hands with him. Place game was not played be- ]'chester. The fast balling right- cause o~ wet grounus. ] bander gave up three hits and all CONGRATULATION Kisner for tossing the Buck Hassle/~ had a perfect day i three runs in the opening frame, at the plate with triple and four[then throttled the Virginians on the shot put 48 feet, 11 inches and set a new record at the singles to lead Sleepy Creak's 18 / four hits the rest of the way. regional track meet last Saturday. Nice goin', 'big daddy.' ,, High scorer for the meet was hustling Charlie Jackson Charles Town FROM PAGE I---B 2-Shade (BS); 3-Roper (CT); 4- ((tie) Fellers (M) and Seville (M). Time.22 seconds. High hurdles: 1-Gutekunst (M); 2-Hewitt (BS); 3-Collis (M); 4- ue meets at the parsonage at 5:30 p. m. for a picnic supper. Wednes- day, Brownie Scout Troop 15 meets at 4:00 p. m. Thursday, Dens 1 and 2 of Cum Scout Pach 39 meets at 4:00 p. m.; Senior Choir rehearsal at 8:00 p. m. Harness (R); 5-(tie) Orndorff Commissions are not paid on (CT) and Wilt (HF). Time 17.4 arguments won, but on sales seconds, i made. I 440 yard relay: 1-Charles Town l .... I(Taylor, Ballenger, Eismon, An- derson); ~-Martinsburg; 3-Harpers i Ferry; @Berkeley Springs. Time !47,9 seconds. 880 yard relay: 1-Charles Town (Wilson, Roper, Ahalt, Jackson);: 2-Berkeley Springs; 3-Marttnsburg @Harpers Ferry-l:40. Mile relay: 1-Martinsburg ~il- mer-Tolson, Reutor, Gutekenst); 2-Harpers Ferry; 3-Charles ~avn.i Time~:43.4. Shot Pat: 1-Kisner (CT); 2- Thornburg (M); 3-Stuckey (M); 4-Boettner (M); 5-Taylor (CT). DiStance -48 feet 11 inches. New~ meet record. Discus: 1-Doyle (CT); 2-Boe~t- net (M); 3-Stuekey (M); ~-Kis- ner (CT); 5-Thornburg (M). Dis- tance 127 ft. 1~ inches. with 141/ points. And a big hand to Tom Doyle for throwing the discuss (much to the surprise of one John Boettner of Martinsburg) 127 feet, 1 and inches. A fine effort it was for all the Panthers of Coach Bill Jordan even if they did come home in second place. SHENANDOAH DOWNS enters its final week of racing under the stars and all they ask is for some good warm weather for the wind-up this week-end. Manager Bob Leavitt's nifty night track has been rolling right along, facing all kinds of opposition and weather setbacks, but you very seldom ever hear Bob grumble. He generally always takes things as they happen in jovial manner. IF YOU DON"r think bowling is big-time stuff, just consider that the winner of the American Bowling Congress Masters Tournament in Detroit last week got $28,200 for first prize money. Top-notch 10-pin bowlers make much more money than most ballplayers. A good bowler can average $25,000 to $50,000 a year. FURNITURE, ETC. Antique 4 drawer chest of /trawers, 3 hand made beds, walnut antique writing desk, 2 old Stands, old clock with wooden works, 2 old pie safes, 2 sofas, lmnd made wardrobe, 2 dressers with mirrors, "very old settee, 6 antique solid seat Broad j~p: I~M. Jackson (HF) chairs, drop leaf table, 2 old deep picture frames, wash ~I1~,~ 2-C. ~aeks0n (CT);3~Moler (HF); stand. 2 buffets, American Sewing Machine, 4 reekers, 3 old 4-Cheese (RD); 5-R ~Mason (~). mirrors, old wash bowl and pitcher, wooden bench and thread Distance 20 ft.6~ in. box with drawers; Hmne Comfort Range, kitchen cabinet, High Jump: I:Phalen (M); 2- fiat top desk, buckets, pots and pans, :hammock, old te~ pot, CHA TOWN, eden (CT); 3-Frazier (RD); 4- W. set Of blue dishes and several other dishes; picture frames, stanfls, ice cream freezer, several stone jars and jugs: chairs, (tie) Jackson (ttF) and Sarra wooden comb cases, several vases, cake plate, 2 chests, 2 (S); 5-(tie)Gurson(BS)and Lar an., old Aladd lamps, Vic .o , m=ffi ma- HEADQUARTERS ,FO~R ~kin (M). Heighl:5 6 inc~nes. chine, oil lamps, 2 old small vases, trunks, 6 old goblets, Pole vault: 1-Boyd (S); "2-(tie) gla~ jars, cherry seeder, sausage stroller, clothes baskets, iron ~ Lloyd (CT) and Wilso~ (CT) 4- tea kettle, cream cans, coal stove, and sausage grinder. Wiltingham ~CT); 5tie.... M A C H I N E R Y (M) and Vance (RD). ft. 4 inches. The following horse drawn machinery: grain drill, wagon ......... binder, 3 horse plow, mower, ctfltivator, disc harrow, dump "'The Holy SpiritOf rake. 10 sheets tin, 2 rolls wire, 2 "butchering kettles, block " and tackle, drum with kerosene; cut-off saw, wire stretchers, wheelbarrow, grind stone, wagon wheels, 20 Pest, ]raa:la~l lawn :erm'+0n 'y mower, wood tub, pair steelyards, saw set, 10 windows and soreha; cow bell, roll of barb wire, tool box and ~ ef tae~; l~/~d saws, blow torch, axes, hoes, scythe, shovels, steel traps, ladder, lot of bags, 3-pr. tin snilm, broad a~, and other items " "-m0rm0 ~or tetherans that arc too numerous to mention. ._t._ 2 BA_~RLES CORN; 100 BALES OF HAY; SOME LUN~gR. "'=~"~ ~" The Rev. Rietmrd E. Neal,~ms- NOTICE:---Cut this ad out as it will not appear in this tor of St. Th0m~s Lutheran Chur- paper next week. Be Sure to See the New Color ch, Ranson, announced Monday TERMS:--CASH. the foll0wi~g sc~edtfle Of services~ MRS. J. E. EDWARDS T.V. Largest Selection. for Sunday, May m and sUbse- quent week-nig~ ~ents, pHONE HILLSBORO North 8-4%508 grams: The Service at :8:30 SALE CONDUCTED BY 11:00 a. m~ serfl~on, "The NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. Spirit tff od". The cate2httms PURCE/A,VtLLE, VA. Eriewood &-71t6 ~ will be confirmed at the ll:00 Ser vice. Nursery held during wor- Lunch Will Be ~old by L~dies o{ Ebernezer Church. ~~ 20~ ~ ~t~. V~ Cl~wv.h ~ at ,POTOMAC LIGHT SPIRIT OF JE ERSON VXRM aS 2--B THURSDAY, Mildred Dafley New President Charles Town High Future Homemakers Election of officers for next year featured the last meeting of the school year of the Charles Town High Chapter Future Home makers of America held Wednes- day evening, May 10 in the Home 'Economic Department of the high school, with Mildred Dailey being named as the new president. Other officers named were: Becky Feltner, vice.president; Kenna Fritts, secretary; Hazel McDonough, Hartman, key, reporter leader. Louise dent, opened ing the club creed. Mollie onals and hess discussed Saturday and a FFA group. The peating the singing the GO TO I will sell the fo~lowing at my farm of ~Iartinsburg, W. Va., 1 mile South of Ridge +Road, on TUESDAY, MAY 23, BEGINNING AT 10:30 A. M., 17 HEAD OF PONIES Bay and White Mare, 4-years old and istered Silver Dapple Stud; Silver Dapple in foal; Black and White Mare, 6-yrs. old Colt; White and Bay Mare, 9-yrs. old; old, in foal; Sorrel Mare, 7-yrs. old, in fowl; Mare, 4-yrs. old, in foal; Pair of Spotted old, in foal; Pair of Bay and White Mares, 1 full sisters; Pair of Black M~res, I and 2-yrs. Sl~ver Dapple Stud, 6-yrs. old; Sorrel Stud, 5 HEAD OF Sorrel Mare Colt, 1-yr. old, sired by horse; Black Mare, 5-yrs. old, and Colt, M~tre, 2-yrs. old, broke to ride; Gray Mare, leader; Spotted Stallion, 3-yrs. old, broke te FARM MACHI 195"/ Ford No. 860 Tractor; 1956 Ford ;1957 Ford Ferguson Tractor; Case Vae and Cultivator; 2 Ford Mowers, 2 Ford Planter with Fertilizer Attachment; Ford Ensilage Blower and Pipe; Ford Manure Deering 12 Disc Grain Drill on rubber; Jol~ Manure Spreader on rubber; John Dere Hay Conditioner, Dearborne Side Delivery Delivery Rake; King Wise 32-ft. Elevator with, FoX Field Chopper with Corn Head, Grass Attachment; John Dere Rubber-tired Wagon; tired Wagon with Sideboards and WagonS also have false end gates; ) Ensilage for Rear End Scoop; 8-ft. Oliver Disc Harrow, Field Sprayer, 2-wheel rubber tired Heavy Duty Rubber Tired Trailer with fiat Combine for parts; 3~ ~ts Drums, Wood Bed; Wooden and Ste~l Wagon Wheels; 2 Huts, dismantled; Garden Tractor with Lumber and Other Useful Items not listed. TRUCKS 1947 International 1 Ton Truck 1946 International 3/4 Ton Panel 1947 International 3/4. Ton 1912 Ford 1 Ton Truck with 1939 Ford Dump Truck. TERMS OF SALE:--CASH. Nothing to l~ settled for. ~Ca~tle ~ud Dairy Eqttitmmnt will be WILLIAM R. FORD, Martinsburg Route 1, Tel. AM 7-7115, Spenc~ Arden Methodist Church Will Serve EDWARD (NED) MORROW, Auctioneer. C. WHA,IAM HENSELL, Clerk. May 18-1. e O O O (b 0 e .e el Dell TO GET AN AIR CONDITIO~ ~+. @ OQe Deeeoc 4~ O i Q Q \ TO