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i: ![ !i!: ~i i! ;( i! B:d, ar ^n uIIIv;ll^ llarpers Ferry ] 1 Bakerton scored a 12-6 victory with the Bakerton boys comi,ugU~ ~,,~ U..m~L,,^. ~U|I& [~Miss Edna Roper. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS UR~IIVlle IVllllllll~ Shepherdstown 1 l over the Sharpsburg, Md. Club out on the long end of a 5-2 score IVllo " IVll3o IIUIIIpIIIC7 Will I No. 3, Mrs. Frank Bane, chair- while a,t Sharpsburg Millville was -- Ira*an a~t 10:30 a. m. wi~t~h Mrs. A. 2--B THRUSDAY, Leetown 0 2 in ~he opening game of ~he season tbea~ting t~he Marylanders 7-0. Shep ~.~l,^ D|~bk~,~, h|~^. I~ [ O. AlVin. "-----'-'----- ----~ '~ Shaxpsburg 0 2 ~n First Two T|[ts i Today's (;ames for the two 'teams Tuesday even- herds~own bounced back Thurs- UaC D|||HUa~ IJ|HH~| [H [ No. 4, Mrs. Rall~h Sager, chair- promoters of the affair. The girls When advertising , . ing; and at the same time Mill- day after ~heir opening defeat [man at 8:00 p. m. at the chapel. :all presided over d{stribu~tic~n of[sell never bother to te q" ~.* ~ . i . [~kerton at Shepherdstown ville wen~ to Leetown ~o help the wit)h a one sided 16-0 win0ver Lee ~n~ f15 Tu,|~ h,~.~L&^m~ ] No. 5, Mrs. Charles Strider Jr. free samples of various products [ tomer how good yol :.. |0 ]|e r0r L00 Lena Millvllle at Haxpers Ferry Pirates open their season and the town. IIVIIVI U/ l~lll VOU~III~13 I chairman a~ 8 p. m. with 'l~rs: ~i'om t:he respective areas in which [ what your product ~ '~ P Sharpsburg at Leetown scored a 9-5 decisio~ over Lee~own The same evening Harpers Ferry ~ [Burns Huyett. they live According to ~Miss Bu,~ts I .~ r ~ ~ Lm . ,Mr. and Mrs. Hu~mphrey Wilt l No. 6, Mrs. ~b,ue,r Hockensmit'h, her boot,h provided iced s,hrimp] READ THE CLA -------- [ Bakert(m and ~he ~VIillville went ~o Shepherdstown for their rout Louncllmen ~ame~ gave a delightful dinner on Sun-I chairman at 8 p. m. with Miss saznples. __ ] ~~---- STANDING OF TEAMS teams of the Potomac Little Leag season's opener and scored a close day in honor of their iwin daugh- [Martha Phillips. '~'ra~,~ u, Iue moved .into a tic for the league 4-1 victory. Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATEI ~W' FLORSHEI'" ..... "" ~ [lead in the first week of league , ~. , ,r , ters birthday and graduation. A1- [ No. 7, Mrs. Emory K able, chair Ba&erton 2 0 lacticn by scoring victories in their In Thursday evening's action |[i ~b~r|e~ |ow~ ][1 so in honor of t~heir granddaugh- ]man a,t 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. Er- Bakerton and Harpers Ferry tang ters graduation. The twins, Ar:but- [ nest A. Beeg Sr. Millville 2 0 first two games. ,led in a close and exciting game, ~, .... ~, .. us and Antionnct,te were eig~h~eenl No. 8 Mrs. Robert K, Wall Jr. C~) ~a~ ~./-~ff"~r~No~ [ From 5 to --- -- very L]~I ~0I]~ years old May 3{)th and they grad [c~airman at 8:00 p. m. wi'h Mrs. I Sizes ~~ ~ ~ " " " u~ted h'om Charles Town H~gh [~lenn Hoffman. ; With nly tken interest being Schl n Tuesday nigh~"" ,'" " une ut ueautv .ueens ~!~DS ITOWN ANI) C( [j]~C L o T H displayed, some 300 Charles Town Those he,ping to ceJeora,~e were I E I~ ~i citizens named four councilmen Mr. and Mrs. Puu~l Wil~ and dau- [ J '~ for two year terms in ~he munici- gh,ter Patsy, Mr. and Mrs. Claude [ a.~ . p ... oaJ emcuon n~d Thursaay, May ~ickel and daughter Norma Jean[ Jn ananm I'yl~ll'lNn Star Aftra ion . z~. wren Lne.omce om mayor not of Charles Town, ~Mr. ~nd Mrs. Eli ............ i~v,~ ...... ..... ,oo., niIil I uPtfho{fbualrlO~nngc~in3~d,only two merLaRue, daugl~erC'onnie, son ,.... i ,., D O ! ..... p. s. o.e ng.con Lonaie. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt [ ~]ece u~ | | MAnNrllm "%~F~IGIDAIRE ~/"--'-- m ~esrea, vo~mg w,as me Jign~es~ ~in daughter Cindy and son Lee of i ...... .... 25 ..... LLOY $ PLUbtBIN6 hN H[hTdG ~ o/~'G-|d CROW" JU~"''~'k -~"*" ~ 'l~l~ = ) yeaYrsmUmc, pa, electron m some,Mann}ngs. Mr~ and Mrs; L.loydMc, ~Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ,Mangrum o.f Re-elected to Cou,nci] were: S'~a'ro~ ~:r~d Vs~leY~le a~ ~lalUgpa~er ]rl~ec~S,~13~ ~ee~laea~aov~e~]y Sn~i~p~,s~f Howard C Whitmore in the firs.ten*ts Mr aud Mrs Humphrey Wig [;~r. ~....=. "" -'- - -, Plumbing - Heating - Septic Tank !: , . , ' ' "' ,,,,. ,vA,,.,s,~m, ~,ss doAnn ~u~s " ~~tO (:1( ! ward; E. H. Jones m the th,rd also the guests M~ss Arbutus and[had ~he honor of being one of a ward, and H. H. Lehman in the i Antionnette WMt. Four cakes, con [.bevy of 28 duly elected beauty . : ::,~I fourt~h ward Roy S. S~eeley is the [sisting ,of Devil's Food baked by Iqueens of t~he Sout~ to panic|pate Drainfields -- Stone and Dirl' newly elected councilman in the [Vhe mother, two cocoanuts baked Ein the big "SaluCe ~o ~e Fabul second ward. He defeated Joseph [ by the sisters Es~elle and Rosebud ] ous Scutch" Exposi~oa 'held in At-- :S. Markle, while Jones defeated [a chocolate baked by a sister-in-[,lanta Ga A large ~icture of ~he New, all.new Frigidaire Deluxe flec&ic Range A1Hooper in the third ward. tl~aw Virginia were very beau~tiful. 12"o oeau~y'-' ~" queens was" carriea- in PHONE 741 CHARLES TOWN, W; The voting was 252 for Howard ,'Fhe menu was fried chicken, ham ]a brochure layo' t under head ~EFORE~ C. Whitemore; 209 for Steeley and Jpotato salad, baked macaroni and ling "A Look at ~he World's Week 86 for Markle; 165 for Jones and [cheese, pineapple, rice, cotta~'e [in the ~V~ay 11 issue of Life Ma~a 139 for Hooper; 245 for-Lehma,u. [cheese, mashed potatoes, gravy, [~ine - ~ -~ ,,p ~. [edeV~lredteg:l~dl~am~ b::~U~e:~ab~:[ Representing Brunswick ~and t .. I ' :i( ' ~ coast~al Georgia as "Queen of t~he tire in |ny mum /~, AntAonnetste and Patsy receiv-Ishrimp Industry" Miss Butts was ~~J~-~ "~'~" ; ..... IIi~- : led many nice gif,ts for graduation/f~._~ ....... _ :. .... '- - - t ........... / ebeu ~i.i~O[lg Wl~[~i1 une omer oe,aur- "~i [a~man ga., 0.~. 11 /anu me ~wms rece~veu nice oirm lies in a celebration of ~he riches ~]~ ,,~GIIIIVII IYl Y.~IYl I I [day gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Wilt were [of 0he Sou~hland Miss t3u,bts dau .,..l-~,____. .... .... 'b~ad~af~j~l'~They;]sS~hC:he.m;l~]~g~ap~{~:~;~t:eeatV`n~dha~Vg~t~r~a'~htue~s~cMrG~nd~s~nP~rB~`t~:~ '..~., ~.~- l~l'9~'t~U ~lA' bll~ /~IIlt~I'l (~t I1 ~ ~[la| Cag~l LUIII~IdII ~tClll.l~ /,Wil:t and a cousin Ke,uneth Wilt [shrim: "~ackin:='-lantsP~f the arey The Rev. Richard E. Neal, Pas-la.a.s^?~elr.eau)y.queen" _~'ne.}sie._~r~_. tor, announces the following sch [Mrs. Humphrey W{lt, Mrs. Rose-/~an~ in Brunswick In addi,tion ~o edule of services for Sunday, June [bud McDaniel, Mrs. Estelle 4=~ick- [t)he pagean, t of industry the 28 7 a~ St. Thomas Lutheran Church Eel, Norma Jean Rickel and Connie [girls were guests of ~onor a,t a " Ranson. The Service at 8:30 a. m. [LaRue attended ~he graduation ex [banquet and were ~resented sil ! and 11:00 a m witJh sermon /ercises at t~he new Charles Town!ver ~,cxps ana--aresses~- ~" " -oy t)awsons Pi:0PL SUPPLY "Fire in Thy Mouth". Nursery[High School on Tuesday night. | !! Church School at 9:45 a. m.: Rob/tied the Baccalaureate sermon./ err Stone, Superinte,ndent. Mon-[Her name was omitted in last [qMITM 9. CTDIhgD day through Friday, 9-12 a. m. Va/weeks news. l dl'lllll I~ d/lllVl.II cation Church Schoo,l meets at [ ~ [ .............. i* ~he church. C'hurch Worker's Con [ ~..,|.. ,.,.. ~'.~, ,^. ,I~'UN]~JI(AL 1-J.UMJ~ . PElihIlOI1! ference Picnic at the home of Mr. [ lq~;,llll~ lWal,3 ,,l. lVl , NOW IH 0 and Mrs. S. H. Stone on Monday . . xt 6:15 p. m. Senior Luther Leag- [ P:.,,J^,- [304 West Washmgton St. ue meets at t~he home of Jane and[ llt;3UIlC:llall l~llLllg3 / SEE US FOR FRESH EGGS 13A i} Tom Specht at 6:00 p. m. on Mon [ ~- | Charles Town. W Va. day. Wednesday, Circle III (Mrs [ The Circles of ~he Charles ~own / " " A gold Crown Juhilee Value ,Ma,~tin) meets at .the home o}: [Presbyterian Church will meet / ,Mrs. C'hariesR,amsburgi,vlBerry_[:Monday, June8asfollows:. [ PHONE'-- P OPL 15 SUPPLY ~1".0" vii[e, Va. Choir rehearsal Thurs-, No. 1, Mrs. William Stuck, chair[ " ' ' day a 8:00 p m. |man at 3:00 p m at the chapel [ Day 370 Night ---~ [ No. 2, Mrs. "Francis WhiVting:[ " ~, NORTH SAMUEL ST PHONI READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE ]ton dhairman at 2:00 p. m: wi:0h [! DOWN DELIVERS MOdld RDP,38~9 tulle and $~ked b~ GENERAl. MOTORS CHARLES TOWN -- SHEPHERDSTOWN -- MARTINSBURG [. ( $ $ $ $ $ 1 I I I I I I I I I -.~" EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA'S MOST PROGRESSIVE, $ YOUNGEST, YET FASTEST GROWING E) A, I -- BANK I I I I Offering Complete Pontiac Sales and Service Two Hew Business Endeavors 117 SOUTH GEORGE STREET ' CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Avenue and 0 We've just been appointed your new Pontiac dealer and it's our intent to provide you with the finest in Pontiac Sales and Service. Our personnel have been schooled to this end. You'll find our sales people friendly, courteous, and sincerely interested in all of the many important deci- sions involved in buying a ear. In our service department you'll meet a staff of service craftsmen factory-trained in all the latest methods of modern automotive repair. Our : facilities have been designed and equipped to make your visits pleasant, comfortable and to help instrre your con- tinuing motoring enjoyment. Come visit us soon--we think you'll like wha you see! and New Automobile of Preston Noland and gner Best Of Luck, Boys! I AME RI CA" S , W. VA.