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ws A,D VieWS Legion n $1 c.F l:e FROM PAGE 1 ' FROM ]PAGE 1 -- Bghth, D seeing that all wires in the loud-speaking system and broadcasting sections are hooked up and ready for action. LThenCbhaa.,rlesll Town. America,hi Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Winters Just a group of hard-working fellows who are anxious o, g ,.. 22Ler2A s w"; :land sons were Sunday evening i to keep the semi-pro dia nond sport alive here. , . .~,'_'~ ,"Y ...... J." ........ "; "A .... I guests of her parents Mr and me crops were aown anu meYlMrs Robert Wats-- a ..... " v... EXPECTING AN attendance following e me .through with a big slx-rqn] Mr. M. D. Welsh Sr. is on the rally m the last of the eighth [ sick list the exciting finish at last Sunday's contest between the" frame to turn what appeared to[ Mr and Mrs A J Miller of New Legion and the Printers, Legion heads are going ahead oe a certam aezeat into an ~-~ VmlOrleanS L- sS"ent a n'ce Vacation toT ry over^the U nmn ,kPr~i~nters of [with their son-in-law and daugh- vcjth their plans to continue baseball here for the next two ..... d p months any way... Following the FBI team here Sun- ~,. ,~. u. m~ ~.~,=~ I ter Mr and Mrs Harlan Van day, will be the Federal Storage nine from Washington; Town Legion field. [ Camp and children. June 25, Fort Myer; July 2, Leone s of Baltimore; July 9, It was the second victory in [ Mr and Mrs Harlan Van Cam . . . P Federal Storage again; the S aunton, Va. club of the Val- three outmgs for Manager Woody |and children accompanied by ley League will come in July 16, with Fredericksburg to ..waiters and his Legionnaires and [their house guests her parents it gave Charles Town a full leas-| motored to Washington, D. C. last follow on July 23. Night contests with Purcellville, June urn of revenge for the 7-3 defeat [week one day. 14, and one with Frederick s VFW on June 28 are also suffered at the hands of the Print [ Mr and Mrs J P Van Cam- on the card.., era in the opening Legion game. . . . . t, .............. [and Ronme from Grantsvllle, W. .uDer i mer, a veteran ot me i Va" spent a few da)s recently Berle sees economic crisis in Lat [ Ford Motor names John Dyks- Legmn mound staff and one of it s (with Mr and Mrs Harlan Van i leading twirlers for years, waS|camn and children" in America. tra president, given his first starting assign-I .." _ . __ "." Mrs.. nme LOUUan accompan- Committee amends bill to aid i Sand ostracized by brothers in ment Sunday and although he was [ ............ knicked for nine hits and six runs I lea oy Mr. ann Ivlrs. JaCK Louuan children of jobless. I Saudi Arabia. he managed to ~o th~ di~anep, of Harpers Ferry motored to and ~,~t-t~evic-tn~'r~ A-(th-:-~'~-:~ Cherry Run on Sunday and visi- " - ' "--" m---'- ..... time t'he "'Printe " wer'e USl'ng ted Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Files. [ [JJBL.|C LF three pitchers, starting out with Mr. andMrs. Fred Tabler Mar- the veteran star and mana er of tinsburg, Mr and Mrs James i i g " " " the Printers-Sam Webb. He work Fmk and daughter and Mr. and ed six innings and left the mound Mrs. Bobby Loudan and daughter As Trustee of J. W. Hibbard's Sale we will sell ~t Public with his team in front by a 2-1 of Knoxville, Md. and Mrs. Gard- score. John Hyde came on to re- ner Loudan of Charles Town. Sale the Following Artidles located at 418 East Liberty lieve him and worked Until the Glen Hetzel, student at Morgan Street, Charles Town, W. Va., on eighth, then Gene Melito, the town University returned home moundsman who bested the Leg- to spend the summer months. ion in the opener, took over. The Mr. Harlan Van Camp was call WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1961 BEGINNING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK NOON {D. S. T.). HOUSEHOLD GOODS Oak Extension Table aJad 6 CluMrs; 4 Iron Beds with Springs and Mattresses; 2 Dressers, Wardrobe, Hall Piece with Mirror; Wash Stand. Hall Ra~k, Frigidaire Refrigera- tor, A-1 shape; Westinghouse Electric Stove with 4-Burn- ers, A-1 shape; 9 Straight Back and Rocking Chairs; H~t Rack, 3 Trunks, Small Chest, Ottoman, Singer Sewing Machine, Bed Linens, Pillows axed Blankets, Electric Light, 3 Oil Lamps, Oak Library Table, Settee, R4~iio, Books, Scatter Rugs and Linoleum ]Rugs; Wardrobe, M~ntel Clock, Some China and Glassware; Cooking Utensils, Some Ca~nned Goods. Kitchen Cabinet, 4-Burner Oil Stove, Oil Heater, Step La~lder, Snow Scoop, Garden Tools, Laxge Stone Jax, Garbage Can, ~ Porch Rockers, Other Articles that are not mentioned. TERMS:--CASH On Day of Sale. BANK OF CHARLES H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer, C. W. MOORE, Clerk. June 8 ~nd 15- 2t. TOWN TRUSTEE. , ,,,, To settle the Estate of the late J. I. Triplett, Jr., I will sell the following Personal Property, located approxim~tely 3 miles North of Shepherdstown. W. Va~, on the Shepherd Gr~le ~ogd, known as the Wild Goose F~rm, in Jefferson County, on | BEGINNING AT 10:00 A. M. (D. S.T.) Mghoga~a Tambour Desk, 4 Poster Spool Bed (Cherry) ; Pair Chippendale StYle Single Beds with Box Springs; Mahogany Pineapple Bed, M~ple Spool Bed, Steinw~ty Baby Grand Piaxto, Sideboard (Hepplewhite); Needle Point Bench, Grand/a~her Clock (Signed by Gilbert and made in Yorktown. 1800); Cathedral Mazatel Clock, Walnut Wardrobe, Curley M~ple In- terior with Mirror Doors; Walnut Bookcases, Walnut Wash- stemd, Walnut Crawl|e, I~rge French Bed, 2 Adam M/trots, Mahogany Dining T~ble with 8 Chairs; Walnut Drop Leaf Table, Mahogany Bureau Desk, 2 French Privlnca~[ Chairs, Boudoir Chairs, Libra4T T&ble, 8 Victorian Side Chairs, Comb Ba~k Chair Windsor; 6 B~eed Bottom Dining Room Chairs, 4 Oval T~bles, Bever~l C~lest of Drawers, Cutting Table, 3 Luggage Ra~ks, 11x18 Oriental Rug, Four 5x7 Oriental Rugs, Mantel Clock, Ma~hogany Dresser, Several Fireplace Sets including Brass AndJxons, Fenders and Tools; Wrought Iron C4mdle Sticks, Maho$;any Extension Table, Wrought Iron Hall Tree, Glass Vanity. Bedside Tables, Maple Single Bed, Two 5 Plece Bedroom Stilts (modern); 4 Piece Living Room Suite (modern) ; l~mps, Ooldspot Deep Freeze, Frlgidaire Elee- tril Stove, Frigidaire Automatic Washer, Bendix AutomAtic Home Ironer, Hamilton |Beach Mixer, Elamilton Beach Va~. Cleaner, Hall CAutir, 8 Piece Reed Porch Furniture, Clothes Hamper, Baby Bed, Roe#ks, Pictures, Frames, Sylvanl~ ~l- Inch T. V., good conditi~; Trunks, Sleigh, 2 Eleetrt Brood- ers, Power Saw, Royal Typewriter, Dr~es, FA~trie Davenport, Swivel Chair, Wheel Chair, File Cabinet, Sleigh Bells, ~Hlgh Chair, Wa~flle Iron. Coffee Pot, Cooldng U~ 2 Ice Buckets, Quantity of China, GlasswAre /nclu~lng Cut C_da~ Minton, H~vtland. Spade, Venetian; Qugntlt~ of Ster- ling and Plated Stlver~e (approx. 2.50 lde~) including Gorham, Kirk, Sheffield Plate; Mirrors, Odd Chairs, Ches~ Linens, Bed Clothing, mad Other A~ticles that axe too num- erous to mention. TERMS:--CASH. Not~ng to be removed until settled for. MILLER A~/D THAi~,PE, Auctioneers. HENSKLL AND M(~R~, Clerks. LEE BUSHONG, Executor O!~' J. I, TRIPELTT, Ji~'*'ESTATE At the same time, plJce and terms, to settle the Estale of the late Bertha D. Lamton (in Early Afternoon) I Will Also Sell THE FOLLOWINq :--- 4 POster Bed. Secretery Desk, Chaise Lounge, Foot Stool, Dressing Table, Neste~ Tables, Wooden Chest, Unlimited Quantity of China ~d Glassware, including Milk Glass Goblets and Sherbets,~Deeanters, Cruets, Ink Wells, Candle Holders, Custard Dishles, Champagne Glasses, Wine Glasses, Some Haviland and Linage China, Some Sterling Silver, Lamps, Boudoir Chair, Rockimg Chair, Bed Pillows, Clothing, Dres- ser, Cooking and Kiteshen Utensils, and Other Rrticles tilt axe not mentioned. LEE BUSHONG, Executor "OF BEREHA D. LAMON ESTATE. Lunch ~Will Be ~e/.ved By the Ladies Au~ilia~ of the of ~ Shepherdsto~n Fire Comp~my. loss was credited to Melito. The Printers scored a run in the first frame on two hits, an er. ror and a passed ball. In the second frame the Print. ers tacked on another run on two and two errors. Left Runners Stranded Although the Legion managed to touch Webb for at least one or more hits in each of the first five frames they could not get their base runners home, leaving a total of ~even ~.tranded. Then in the sixth frame when the Legion failed to get a hit, they scored a run on two walks and two errors. In the seventh frame tl e Leg- ion scored once more and knotted the count and again their score came without the benefit of a base knock, with two walks, two sacrifices and a wild pitch turn- ing the trick and krlotting the score. ed to Grantsville, W. Va. over the weekend due to the illness of his father J. P. Van Camp. 40 Charles Town High Students Have Perfect, 70 Faithful Attendance One hundred and ten Charles Town High Students went throu- gh the 1961 school term with eith- er perfect or faithful attendance marks it was announced Friday by Principal William Brown. Of this number 40 of the stu- dents did not miss a single school day, thus gaining a perfect attend ance mark, while 70 others miss- ed less than three days and made the faithful attendance list. The sophomore class led the list with 14 having perfect attend ance marks and 35 making the faithful list. The senior class also had 14 on In the top of the eighth the Un- ion Printers broke the game wide open with four runs on two hits, but the Legion errors helped the Printer's cause. Then after many of the some 100 fans had already given up on the Legion and had headed for home and just when it looked as the perfect attendance list and 23 with faithful attendance. The lists by classes follows: SENIORS Perfect~Stephen Cloud, James Edwards, William Magaha, Peggy SIusher, Ronald Sowers, Ray though the Legion's cause was Bpahm, 1Nancy Chapman, James lost, John Hyde developed a [Ebersole, Joseph 0rnd0,r~f, Calvin streak of wildness and two walks Woodward, Philip Osbourne Drish Betty Poston, Barbara A. Tillett, Aretta Woodward. Faithful---Susan Gibson, Harold Gray, Llnda Poole, Sharon Whit- tington, Robert Gardner, Mifflin 0tt, David VanMetre, Carol Fritts, Billie Jo Beard, Alice Ann Ed- wards, Evelyn Lloyd, Susann Acos ta, Lewis Atkins, Judith Beeg, Roger Dailey, Maxwell Dunn, Ra- and two singles had produced two runs for the Legion and they were back in the ball game. Three more walks and an er- ror and a single produced three more runs and the victory for the Legionnairres. Buschling and Collier led the -Printers at the plate with two hits apiece, while Adkins, Bond and Leonard and Ronnie Clatterbuck, a newcomer to the Legion lineup, each had two hits. The box score: LEGION AB R H Adkins, ss ............. 3 2 2 W. Zombro, rf .......... 4 1 1 Bond, 2b .............. 3 12 Leonard, 3b ............ 5 12 Benton, lb ............. 2 20 Palamar, ef ............ 4 0o 1 R. Clatterbuck, If ...... 4 D. Whitmore, e ........ 5 0 0 G. Miller, p ............ 3 1 0 Totals .............. 33 8 10 cheal Johnson, Carolyn Lehman, Kenneth Oden, Richard McCauley, Susan Lynne Pine, Genevieve Ro truck, Richard Wilson. JUNIORS Perfect--Eleanor Bradley, Jan- et Spitzer, Joseph Cloud, Herbert Dinges, Gary Linaweaver, Kath- ryn Rudolph, Jane Rissler, Joyce McKee, Donna Hartman, William Clendening, Wayne Lloyd, Linda Whittington. Faithful--Charles Brown, Jos- eph T. Crane, Larry Magaha, Al- bert Sager, Patricia Ahalt, Alice Bane, Betty Dillow, Claudia Eat- on, Carolyn Urquhart, Theda Win UNION PRINTERS AB R H I termoyer, Elizabeth Wysong, Gall Culpeper, If ............ 4 2 I I Fitzpatrick, Doris Greathouse, Russell, c ...... . ....... 5 1 Hazel McDonough, Margaret 0 55 1 Lloyd, Paul C0rso, William Costel Io, Marvin Dodson, Robert Arm- strong, Mildred Dailey, Mary Alice Moore, Janet Payne, John Russell, James Saville, Thomas Specht, Bonnie Jackson. SOPHOMORES Perfect--Robert Dailey, Ernest r Shuli, Lester Viands. Mary Brac.,Ranson HeI"e'- Have SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON vxm RS ciale. Carolyn Ann Carper. JaneI P 2--B THURSDAY, JUNE Mullen, Robert Davis, Richard l Snyder, ,Susan Sinn, Donna Ma-lCovered Dich ,,nn r hone, Catherine Showen, EstherI ..... 1"/" ally known Evangelistic of Thur- Macmi!l~n suggests 3 Unger, John Lowery, Judy Ma-I The Ranson Helpers Club held mont, Md. who is conducting the lnuclear trustees. gana t .-. : .... ....... I heirregular meeting at the services will bring a special mes-I rmmmi-- ltoy wnnngnam, IClub v sage to the youth on Saturday l r ............ House Thursda,, June 1 night. There will be prayer for[ ~'v) __ , . , ..,~t t~lenn russ, unarms ~vtomr, r ranKlwith a covered dish suvver The !!n Staubs, Leon Upright, Douglas I meeting was opened by'the presi- the sick each night. The services t ~ ~ ~/~/V[.~q~M/~ will begin each night at 7:30. The ] ~*-ge~ wrote, Joan w ysong,.reggy Am(dent Kathleen Viands followed by public is invited to attend these [ ~ ~Of~-'l~ aerson, Donna ~racclam, Jan t~us[the chavlain Ruth Nichols read- sard" Kenna Fritt-s' Jyce" Hunt' [ lag the-scripture frm the 46th inspiratmnal services" l ~W~J t~aroi ~zercnant, Tommy henry, I nsalm TO~UNDAY I ~-~ -- -L--, Ch~ieStaa Cll~ppn St~tPeh:~enDa~:nrn, [- Thirty members answered rol1 GO ..... n ~ .... ~ ~.~. ~ ..... '[call. Minutes of the last meeting read and approved also the ~"~', .................. , ""-" I trea,,,-~.e ,.,~,~,-,,., l~laotiart ,~f nf r-Oden w-,,ne hi, Davin *-'' ........ v ................ " USE THIS COUPON " der Al er' :"MarVt ez p' ...L::lficers all were approved for an- ........... th " iv ,u uo t,n,o,- THE : Uu~ns re,h,, n,n~,n p~,~,o,, I er year A small gift was g - Y/~ @llDt'/~l~ll~l~ T~ "ra'nt' A":"~-"~'~"o~'all'ff~"'-~= I en to Mrs Hattie Hill in recognit- G , ,,. ~cat;uv, ~, ~ zx.,,= " " 1 -~n-aer M~r=a~m Whi**~-o,,,, [ion of her 10 years w~th the c ub, --\ ..... ........... ,, ..... t'v a YI ja,,~t wm~,oh~,~ ~,,,~ ~h,~,. [she bemg the only ac 1 e ch rter ez": ;nti"''~'';" .................. "1 member. Meetings will be held at SPIRII OF J[FF[RS0N ADV0CA /! , ~re aa ~usn. [8 o'clock during the summer man --------'----- ths. Or pass it along to a friend or use :it: alvati Please start sending me the Spirit e BUStleS I[services In Progress . __ _Jeffersn'____ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ .Advcate" -ACIII Iff- IlA en*" Church Name .................... .. ....... '.,.., Chamber of Commerce I I ccording to Rev. William P. By Brooke Biuckford ||Reed, pastor of Calvary Assembly Street ..................... , ..... , '..., Executive Secretary I I of God located on Fairfax Boule- ~|vard on Fifth Avenue in Ranson, President Shirley Hunt, togeth. .~r with the Executive Committee and Joe Staley have been busily engaged in setting up strong com- mittees for the coming year. This list will be presented to the Board of Directors for their approval at their next meeting on June 8th. This promises to be a very important year in our history. One of our newest committees concerns a "Cultural Center" and it will prove to be most exciting for all of our members and the whole community. This project will be discussed fully at our next meeting on Tuesday, June 20th at the Blue Grass Inn. , The well-known New York dir- ector, Charles Wood, will arrive here June 10th to set the wheels in motion for the production of the "John Brown Trial." Casting will begin at that time. The play will run from Aug. 5-Aug. 13 and perhaps longer. There will two performances each night and the price of tickets will be $2.00 each for all seats. Our fiscal year began June 1 and we urge you to send in your membership investment promptly. We cannot determine how far we can go in developing our Program of Work until we know what our mcome will be for the year. We are happy to report that the enthusiasm of our members for their Chamber grows with each passing year. It is becoming cow tagzous. the revival services now in pro- gress wil continue through this week. Rev. Homer Peterson a nation-I City ........................ State..: $3.50 Per Year, Plus 10 ets. tax in West "~ ~'~: ~"~ =n,- S2!2 I CAN PROVE IT~~ sVSl, I ' ,OOM! = i OIFFE1RENTf tOWROOAt ;IN I 1 . ...., THE OLD "LOW-PRICEO"FIELO RAMBLER CLASSIC HAS MORE ROOM FRAMSgRC, fA$~I r -RA"5OOK~ } WHERE IT COUNT: ;,YET COSTS tt~ .... : .-... l C05T6 ~217 LE55 5HOW THE ~ " ~ " ........ | ANO HAS GRF~'rER 616 ~ Entrance Room . " r ~ f Meaaroorn R~ml~ ~~ ~r0.. ) top of front Onches) ~ door to ground) Front R~r ~,, Ramb er u 4 5 C assic ........ 512 36.0 '3 Ptymol~h : s q r tr~ Savoy ........ 48.8' 33.3 33.~~:~ . Ford ~~ Fairlanech,vrotet ...... 501 335339~, Biscayne ...... 504 34,~ 0 --~ IIII Price comparisons baaed on manufacturers" suggeMedfactory |'Free Car X-Ray ~,l im delivered price$, lowell-priced 4-door sedans. To fmance our Clean Up-Paint Up-Fix Up Committee we are sell ingbrooms at $1.50 each. If you can use one, contact your own organization or call the Chamber office and you will be directed to a group that is selling them. Randy Huyett Winner Road-rF.O At Clarke _ - _:-:--- ~ -_ -__- Hyde, p ................. 1 0 0 Collier, cf ............. 3 0 2 Melite, 2b and p ........ 4 0 0 ~. Bozella, 3b .......... 5 1 1 Laughlin, ss ............ 5 1 1 Valentine, rf .......... 2 1 1 Totals .............. 38 6 9 Miss Marearet Housex By Mr. John Shirley of Cumber- land, Md. visited his brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. N. J. B. Houser a few days the first of the week. Mrs. Virginia Knott motored to Manistee, Mich. on Saturday, May 27th and spent the May ~0th h01i day with her husband Charles Knott. Mr. and Mrs. William Shifflatt and sons spept the weekend re- cently in Baltimore, Md. with some relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Do~lald Trundle County High khool Randy Huyett, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Huyett and a pupil of Clarke County High School placed first in the teen- age drivers' Road-E-O in Berry- ville last Saturday morning held under the auspices of the Berry- ville-Clarke County Junior Cham- ber of Commerce. He received a $25 bond and will compete for $500 in the state con test next Saturday at Manassas. Winner there will compete in the national Road-E.O for $4,500 in scholarships. Christopher Birch, 18 of Boyce, was runner up in the contest. He received a $10 gift certificate. "NEVER NEEDS DEFROSTINGP' "Rambler Classic has bi room for Ask Your Neighbor About His RamMer Classic MOST HEADROOM, 30% QUIETER--with exclusive cushioned acoustical ceiling of molded fiber glass. PROVED LONG-TIME ECONOMY--unmatched for lowest maintenance and highest resale value. TOP PERFORMANCE--with most pawr-per.pound of any standard 6.cylinder U.S. car. 1 WOULD YOU BELIEVE--the Classic, America's onl, has more front-seat "Big 3" make, including Car X-Ray Books prove it all t r; trated side-by-side comparisons. Rambler , for Six 6 :7 ?. World Standar and daughter spent tmday with her par nts Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam :Snyder. The Adult Class of the Method. ist Church held its reg #r covet. ed dish supper at the Commun. ity Hall on Wednesday night, May 31st. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Ser- geant and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McKee of Bedington and Mrs. Virginia Moler of Hal'- pers Ferry were the guesls. Rev. Sergeant was a former minister of the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. O. E: Cole, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Emmart, Mrs W. S. Geary, Mike and Cheryl Stun- ton of Washington, D. C. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed gai" Mills a d d ughters : nd Mrs'. Anna Maw Hetzel. There's a world of differ- ence in today's electric food freezers. No,more do you-have to spend time defrosting a freezer because dampness and frost are banished forever! Free yourself from the defrosting habit --sele a "No-D-l tost" Freezer. Compact Car Charles Town, ~J Frost never forms in today's new electric food Food packages, ice cube trays, and walls'all are free! Slimline design gives more space for freezing. yours today. . ji' ! THE POTOMAC LIGHT POWER CO. ;' FOR / ./?,i