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June 9, 1966

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pusmness IS can . - mmm Me~ Wome ~n Service Ureh met ]~ng of last l ArrhllfS. Robert rz , ,vulllem bers in and lbresen and bus lhe m( ~g a Goat tournament. Naaa? It batsmento collect more than one looks like tim Each member hit. [aays 10 cents for a small replica Monday evening the Astros and and Rickey Kelican the last tw~ the Indians taking a 4-2 decision of a ioa:;she 3 W be hsilen Twins engaged in another high- with Kelican taking the loss. from the Giants, by scoring two ptl matc a Ly othermem- scoring game with the Astros Craig worked the first four runs in the stretch. bar; she mu~t accept t1~e chal. seoring 15 runs on only nine hits frames for the Yankees, and K. Carroll worked the first four to best the T~hls 15-i0. lenge; tl~e match may be nine or l Webb the last two with Webb frames for the Indians and A. Carroll the last two with the lat- ..... l iii i -i iF .......... ml i .... tar getting the victory. D. Whit- more, Pierson and Dillow all woeked for the Giants with Pier- THE 8URI=ER LOOK. FRE|St'YLE FAVORITE SWIMW tR aat .long, lem look.., ultra- eonffortable feeling.., t h a t n e w burst of color- - they're signs of the surfer, and you'll enjoy them all in our new swimwear eollecfi@n. PLUNGE IN SEE ! i ,C e It - Take Up To 6 Manths .To Pay" "With No Service Charge" son taking the loss. M. Cook led the hitting for the Indians with three singles while B. Meier had a double and single. Monday evening the Dodgers blasted the Braves 24-0 as Rickey Kelican held the Braves to four hits, while his teammates were gei ting seven off Lanham and Roth. The Shenandoah Ponies, de. fending league Ch mpi0ns, are off to a fast start in their attempt to~ repeat 1heix~fet~t bf last season, in the Jefferson County Pony League action, with "a pair of vic- tories ~s agah~t no defeats. ~e' Po~ies xouted the Legionneii, es Pb4 Sunday for their d:con. seCutive victory ~f the season ~ as many games. The Ponies scored 14 runs on only eight hits, but the 14 walks which three Le- gionnaire pit~hw:s .issued, / plus the five fielding errors which they committed, made it possible for the P0 2as to win easly. Rabble Cain Was on mound for the Ponies mad gave up only seven hits. But a wild streak in the sixth frame permitted the Le- gionnaires to score three of their foux .ntns. Saturday evening, June 4, the Home Alter batsmen seo d a close 7-6 victory over the :Citgo team when Kenny Brill hlagted a triple in the bottom of the sev- enth to score S. Ocker who had walked. Although Jones hurled fi e-hit ball at the Home Alter boys, walks errors, hewever, pro- vided Home Alter with their cru- cial scoring opportunities. Scott Whitmore went ale the way for the Home Alter tean~ and gave up nine hits, but he man- aged ,to keep them well scattered. Wednesday, June 1, the Le~gion- naires and Home Alter team bat- tled to a 10-10 draw for sig In- nings before the game had tObe called because of darkness. "The Legionnaires scor twice ifi the top of the sixth without the benc- h I II III I "PRICELESS" VACATION S vz amp.n, let our gen- erous.earnings add to your travel fund. Have more money to spend-- come home bffl-~ree! Start vacation savings now. Can'rent Per Annum SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. 100 W. Washington St. HAGERSTOWN, MD. Dial RE 9.I001 m 1966 Chevrolet Impala Sport',Sedan w!th eight features now atandard for your added safety--including back.up lights and :uat'belts frontand rear (always buckle up0. What you get is The meticulous coachwork of Body by Fisher that aug- zounds you with rich appointments, deep- twist carpeting Full Coil suspension that uncrinkles roads Magic-Mirror finish Gobs of room for hips, legs and feet. What you can add includes Cam- fortran automatic heating and air condi- ~ioni~dg--.spring 'weather the year round * AM-FM multiplex stereo radio * Tilt- telescopic steeling Power everything-- brakes, windows, seats, steering. See your Chevrolet dealer ow. You'll never lind a better time to buy, so Whatayawaitinf0r? Big4avh summer buys on Chevrolet, Chevelle, Chevy ~.,,.~., ~,~,., ll and Corvair. U ROUTE 340, EAST CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II J l two aboard and had two doubles Winchester last week? ? . . . Don't tell us that you just and two singles to help his own plainly over-looked or forgot it.. Anyway, team-mates Vir- , cause with a perfect day at the ginia Dorsey, Amy Alger, Jane Spinks, Biddy Smoot and plate. Jeff Alders also had fotir Jean Dorsey made it a great victory for the West Virginians hits. ' Thursday evening, June 2, a to which we add--our congratulations._........... hOmeruner rUnaboardbY PatprovidedDorseythewithmar.a HIGHLEY ,RODERIC_K, our rugg i individualist who m gin whereby the Yankees scored takes care of Joe Christian s store awnings, says just as soon an exciting 9-8 victory over the as we do land a man on the moon, we'll be asked for a loan Dodgers. The Dodgers were lead of some kind from Uncle Sam-and, if LBJ is still down there,, ing going into the bottom of the they'll get it!... , Downtown to shop sixth by vl~ure of being ~or~, - . o~. ' ~4. ..... a r~n~lii' t~ir top ~:'~ie SiXtli ...... . -;m~ .... frame. Although the Dodgers out getting the vmtory. A. Mills and J. Maconaughey hit the Yankees 10.8, the home Friday evening June 3, the led the hitting for the Ponies, d0wn the street to the drive-in0r run did the trick. Indians and Giants played the each collecting two hits. Lances- Billy Thompson worked the most hotly contest and possibly ter had three of the seven hits first four frames for ,the Dodgers the best game of the season with which the Legionnaires collected ! ABLE DIS SI Safe dri money i right c~ three y~ driving /Etna I Auto-Ri~ Rite off, rates for era only qualify, t.S. C] ltill Dale Pho] hStlranee See your Chevrolet dealer for fast, fast delivery on all kinds of Chevrolets ---M ,..VS's and 6's! DIAL Friday evening, June 3, was another high scoring battle be. tween the Astros and the Mets, with the Astros taking a 25-10 victory. Walker went all the way for the Astros, giving up only five runs, but walks and errors got him into a little run-scoring trouble in the first frame when the Mets scored six times on only two hits. K Bush and J. McDonald work- ed for the Mats and gave up 18 hits. Larry and Lewis ttosby led the hitting attack for the Astros, while Costello was the only Met Score . - while players are still on the course someone throws out three holes from the total score; returning players subtract those 'holes from their score and then *ubtract their handicap; low score wins, EvelYn Grant (her hobby ~inust be collecting new golf bails) Was the winner and she shot a 51 do so. This is excellent playing novice Grant. (as a matter of 4act, this reporter wouldn't com- ~ain about a 51 herself). Nancy lq~Yth won low putts with I~ President Hammann held a hort bus ess meeting at lunch- ~iime at which we decided on hav. the follow '. ,, ] were - ,,, " ..... j eighteen holes with full handicap; The Astros built up a big 11-6 fit of a base hit to tie the score. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE LMr" and .. ~ .~ I if players looses match she must I edg~ in the first two frames and As a matter of fact theyscored 10 I .jy, azt grano~ I IIH' I gl/ve ,tier goat to the winner and I stayed in front all the Way. i runs on only four hits, while the[ THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 ' J~icky Lvn ~1 | | I m~ [ may buy another goat for another ] Terry Finnegan went all the Home Alter team was collecting ~h~ [h- Ys recentl: (From Page One) 11 hits and 10 runs. Iscreset and also the high team gain league play with a 2319me uhere erf.they . 10 cents; she may challle nge the. way for the ~s despite the ].~A/f~'~meht i winner or any other player of her ] fact he gave up 11 hits, while with football is increasing. During the five-year period, col- ,, __, , ., I score of 807. [ ' ~'~ . P ~ I choice to another match; this goes ] James Cameron went all the way ~ ~ ~ I on all season and its called get ]for the Twins. M. R. Wall was the leges reported 12 accidental football deaths with 7 others at- s, m00z s ] The Turf Diner team has the ~ ~'"'~m~J ~_~ff~y~eiant and ",,i~ I Your Goat". I top hitter for the Twins with tributed to heat strokes, heart attacks, and other conditions " [ high team average, a 178, while _~ ~ ~The Reve Illl I Congratulations to the Scotch[three singles in three times at associated with the grid game. High schools had 66 grid RnwHnn T m ~ ~ 1 [Rockwell's Cleaners is second ~4~J~ ~,'~h~ernon of L I k ]Foursome Champions! The team[bat. ) fatalities and 34 due to associated causes. Professional and ~v.n,,~ m,~u ~ mm~ . )with a 175. "~~~.gthis weet [] ~ ~_ I of Nancy Roth and Evelyn Grant l Tn National League action, with semi-professional football accounted for 6 deaths and 23 I.. D ..... I I. .& I J Leslie has the league's high ~ ~[.the latter ~v, Mr individual average score with a ~'~1~-~r'I//IN&dl I|: . ". ~t~[ [ swung to victory over the runner-[ two exceptions, the hitting was sandlot players lost their lives as a result of happenings con- l-gl IMiiillgl"U / 182 for nine games rolled to date. ~[ ~ ---4"f ~[wg~/_l~ycler ana ~ ~ I [ Ups Polly Moore and Dot Brown [ enither not as potent, or the ,pitch nected with the sport. ~ ~ ~jZcky" ~ ?.~ 16 and 5. Condolences to the loose l imz much ,bettY. [ Tliree of the six teams in the [ ~ ~ lZMr. | 'ic~'?l [rs, but keep trying! l Vrhe Indians edged the Dodgers .............. ~""':"" . ......... Monday Night Men's Commercial GO TO Church Sunday and W1 I ~k~I [ Will have news of the Handicapl 8-7 in an exciting finish Tuesday ~ll~DIA.Nl~OAti 'l~OW~ eJoseo mezr b l-mgn~ sprig Bowling League which will beI __ --=---- [ Tournament next week! I evening, May 31, when A. Car- meet here last Saturday with a total mutuel handle of $21,-' holding forth at Shenandoah I [ !i [ ' 1 roll blasted a home run with And Ra, aoR o ronrk t.ho tin of Lanes eacn lvionoay night mr reel " i!i!i!!iiii!ii!!!}i "~,'l / it.],,... [ers and B. Moler aboard to decide ~ga 9~//1 - w ..................... ::. L 'dWA' ~l l / er also had a home run for the ......... - , Citgo and Smott's Insurance Agen / FROM PAGE1--B /Indian 2'490 FANS turned ut]ast Friday night at Harrzsnburg s cy' are tied fr seend place with Since|9;SPeop o11 [! / Ts mSoandgCgrdSmePlafYetd h eh gohn] Meier, not only was outstanding Memorial Stadium for l he opening game of the Valley Base- six victories the same number of -- ~ / "-'i ........ in .... t ....25.24| at the plate, but he also turned League between the Turks and the Shenandoah Indians. losses: Roekwell's Cleaners of Mar les h fi 1- 1 W tfl LIIU J.W ~ gut 1~1~ a ..... ~q / decision They scored 25 times on/m a fine .six-hit pxtchmg job, ~he Turks won a thrill-packed opener 4 to 3. Down the road tinsburg are on top with a 9-3 ed 85 Million Prescriptions ~ ~' " ' team to recora rater mree rounasact- " / Only 10"hits, while the Cards had/ wnne reammateszere mc ,: a pmce at Luray, our old friend Del Norwood s pped ............. ond now People, would G UA ' " 0 fans ]on The omer unarms Town team By B~A~RA HOOPER [ 12 hits and scored 24 times Ken-I ~ "~?'~._'~"'Y .... 2,,~' .'y';':."~ New Market 5 to 1 before a crowd m excess of some 60 " ~- " " -- "iner "s i fi"h lace like to extend thanks to you ...... "' " /neth Al ,er the hitting" star/ot me uoagers xor mrs. . . . . me u l n zt p HI So, rom all early mdmatmns, appears that the valley base- ...... wnn a a I recoro ball fans up Virginia way continue to back their teams in . .. " . ..... it,s going to bee greatyear fort for the wins with four in tOhtt a gtrh: wie : grhtt e[ufs for the trust you have shown. CC the gala at epy Hollow They re tour times at bat, while Donald _ ,~ : ...... , __ m.. ........ , ..... '-%e to see xn me mat rouno o* actmn aon " I Mil i 1 a" thr e ana mree zips ~o the pia~e; large numoers.. , ms likes tm very nappy mu u "~ ....... ;"" ~#a-" " +~-^ c...~.+ turniitg out In droves for Thurs- ler w th two daub es nd . 'e Wedn~_~rl]av-~v~nin~ .i;mo I th~ .... "*# ~ ...... s, ,,- # .............. that some small leagues are reeezwng the backing .of .the Ageficy Scored a 3-1 victory over I ALL PEOPLES DRUG CALL day events and it's a wonderful singles led the Cards at the plate, t,uos' -;: afore ..... me:--=',ravos ..... fans, regardless of TV and radio... Hats off to our Vlrgmla Sl ickler's Sports Center of Mar- STORES/ILLED OVER oRa'u o, sight to behold. Ginny Dorsey is a C. Staunton, J. Cameron and S. out o~ the hal~ rmzk w~ith a ~q~ neighbors who till like their home town baseball and show tinsburg; the Slusher team dropp 1" n or - ~ ............. ,.w '7 MILLION IN new participant, and Martha C lpp worked..on..the mou d f o decision ..... it by their support... ~ ed a 3-1 decision to Rockwell's Smith (not new) came down for me twins, w itnunpp g~ung t~..e It was an all Jimmy Walker ........... Cleaners and the Turf Diner / 1965v j her first .Ladies Day last week, so w m, White K..D0wney: Jones,)M. show ~S the vouthfu~ C~b hitcher ~,% " .... , , split by a 22 score w~th Cms -,o' .... +~ f'-innv and welcome t~lenn ana uazter wart:ca ~or me . . r _-__ , WONDER WHAT ever happened to Teary Prain that , " ' - -- ........... - not amy regmmreo me season s . . well s Florists. back Mareh~ Cards, with M. Glenn taking the ... _.. ......... she failed to make the nnportant roll-off match for Goode ................... ___ ' ....... defeat nrst no-nit ano no-run .game, out . . in x ne moot laurence . gency The contest was Best :Hole " he also blasted a home run with Brothers Brock and Pantie at the Health Center Lanesteam holds the high team set