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r make him glad on thers :: L etown[ rote[]ion bel[] to assl t m[] ach The EverI en14H Club of n I, d^n R bm, m Trout, p .............. o o o gPhl Tg UCWC AWD Vl WC I . ,.q I -% L ] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAP.MenS Jleq~VII II~l}lll~ll Berger, p .............. 3 0 0 ,*, vs..,., ..-.,. n,, "- "* [ 1[ ’ I | II I 2--B THURSDAY, JUNE • From Page I .... " FROM PAGE I IrROM PAGE 1 • I Totals .............. 29 1 4 ...... , ..... I f n tonl did mud "t a LEGION • AB R H ed a four year scholarship to the University of Richmond ',,Fc II Iq 10ri01es Will H01d IHarners Ferry Art 0 y h p wlh . . . ] [ n- .~ ' f e catch back of first a . t at the con mencement exercises last Friday mgb, t. He also _ _ In b se. bu Knode, ss .............. 3 3 2 . " 1 ..... he blasted out two hits in three Bond, 2h .............. 3 2 2 received the award as the outstandmg Boy Ath ere for 1960. • • II • m m Tryout Tralnmg Pestlval T0 Be lid trips to the plate• Clatterbuck, rf .......... 0 0 o o [ • • I I• [] [] / [ . : Dick Knode, Bootsey, Leonard, Zombro, rf, 2b .......... 5 1 1 JOHN HANDZO, popular Shepherdstown merchant and • • • l l [P~,l~. I. U ..... &, .... [I .... q4.qr l& U.llJ and Bill Benton also hit safely Miller, If ............... 4 1 1 a lon~-thne booster of the Charles Town American Le~ion ] • • J[ • l l ]~OIIIp Ill llgyl~lblUWll [JUHI~ ~t't £D bil illlll twice Leonard, 3b . .. 52 2 "~ • "~ • . • ........ baseball teaau, very seldom ever misses a contest here. ! The Baltimore rioles baseball Har ers Ferr's ev~ / I • . ..... O . p y S Dick Forrest, who has been the Benton. lb ............ 4 1 2 He generally is found sitting In the second or third row [ 1 Iill I~ • 1 /Club will hold a one day tryout [nual Art Festival will b, workhorse mr me .egion m,s a amar, ...........o • v • • • ~oa~, l,,t.oa h,,,,~, +he,. ~ .... Whitm-v - " 4 a • m the grandstand, on the first base side. A loyal sup- I l L I :~i l I trammg camp for young baseball l Saturday, June 24~ and .... ............... ....... " ...... :"-' .... ' ....... - 7, ?, porter, indeed • • II I ii~ [] hopefuls Saturday, June 17, m the ]June 25 at hlstomc o1~ prewous appearances •Is season ~orru~, p .......... ~ u u • m ~ ~ ~: " M nici 1 ": ......... e ..... as he ......a .~.. ,~nr ~.^.._ ,^ .~... """ -- I • ,I ~:~ :~!i• u pa ~taamm in laagerstown liaOUS . 1ms muoor an scattere' ' 's. hev;c 'o 'was l e Totals .............. 351111 NOW THAT MARTINS] ,URG High's basketball coach, • d 1 | I ~Iyd'~l~V:: ~(nn°eU, nCedu~hifSoW~k]~~ S:r~Wtatxt~a~[tSoanf;I third for Charles Town in four -- George Whitacre has spoken right out loud and told the[ II II n i~: • Orioles [more, Washington, Vir games. LIQUOR STORE TO BE CLOSED superintendent of schools that he WILL NOT SERVE asI • 1 • ~ 1 t Youse said the camp will get [land, West Virginia The boxscore: TUESDAY FOR W. VA. DAY an assistant coach to any one at the school, it could well be • [i • ~ii:i 1 underway at 10 a m and any ]lvania. Nearly 2000 atte FBI AB R H that the door is pushed open a little wider for our old friend I [] [[ t~ [] :i [] boy who desires to'learn whether ]year. Based on last ye~ Allman, ef .............. 4 0 1 ..Manager Francis (_Cookie) Dick Harm•son to be called on to fill the post of a head coach n ll I[ i{ II :: 1 he has the potential for organized [from this year's exhib macKtora announeeu Tuesaay " ~ " attend thi will continue throughou Dunn, 3b .............. 2 0 0 that the State Li'mor store in(of all sports) at MHS. And, should the popular Harmlson[ ll I t~ n • baseball ~s mwted to s[ Keys, 3b ..... ......... 2 0 0 ..... ,, be ven the job as head coach, quite naturally, it wouldl [] [] t~ • ~ camp to be conducted by Youse Ison, at least 250 paintin~ Ci t" ............................ -- • • • -- ...... " • sold Marlin Fenical, atL rf .............. 4 0 1 ........... r,~ ,. ,,~ *~at bo ke+h q -,ould re-•re some of hm at-I EarLMcNefl, Joe Price, IkePow-I • I ! how hewill handle the difficult situation, and .let me. tel![or share of the top prizes in the junior championship Saturday[can Legion baseball will have tel Judges are Gustav'!~ • ~~ you rlgn~ nere ana now, ooys ana gms, ]~ wm (1E~cu~141st annual West Virginia trap- and Sunday captured the state [ bring along a permission slip from/known Washington,,,~ • | because George Whitacre is just off an undefeated season [ shoot held last weekend at the handicap championship with a I his coach or manager in order to Iteacher and critic antl ] I - -----[ 1 in basketball and his shoes will be a big spot for any sac- [ Jefferson County Izaak Walton score of 96x100., George Eyler, 13, [ be eligible to participate in the [ver artist and Art ':~ J | [ 1 cessor to fill. They may fit Dick and then again, they l club grounds near Leetown, are won the juniors combined trophy [school, Youse said. ]Head at Gilman Sc~ao0l~ • I /" / / l ' flll l could pinch. Any way, right now the school board is faced [ shown with the coveted LaFol!. Saturday. . . ..I -- [more. Mr. Fenical says • ........ ,a~) \i _ 1 1w th fmdmg three (3) assistant athlehc coaches and ffle e ~ropny wmcn mey won r r~- Tne mree say even~ joinuy I Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilt' of[may be pmked" up m" ] • 15' :# * ' " I li they're not careful, they'll wind up with more athletic coaches /lay "Y. re.mmLng ~ne uoumes sponsorea ny meJe~xerson uoun- [ chestnut Hill were visitors of Mr. [and Washington. Artisl • ~ / ~1~ l ,~,,,.. ,~.,.. ~... ,, ~.,.,.~, .... ~_ ~,,, w,,~.~.,,~,... ~ .... ~., ~.~,~.] | cnamplonsmp. [ne two men eom- ty Lzaa~ walton ~tuo anu me ~m I ona Mrs ~-o~ ~-o"i -n ..naa,,/write Hillto,~ House f • • It will be interesting indeed, to see .Just what respons bfl tms I gets to win the event for the see America, proved highly successful [ afternoon, blank and del very sch. 1 valm TUNI / r rreB nu tm • nu Tatl/ n n will be finally tacked on Harm son m add tmn to already [ ond consecutive year with 78 shooters narticinatin~ in [ • I lt IHltlrl El l[:lll U]AItL[3 IUWN 1 heavy football coachmg ;asks, (IF) he does accept the post[ It was Eyler's family, his wife Saturdays events and 12 register. [~~ .... - I • 1 of head coach of all sports at Mmrtinsburg High School. And [ and son, who won ten of the 23 ing for yesterday's program. [ ~~'l | l then again, maybe Dick would welcome the opportunity of[championships at the shoot, in- L.M. LaFollette of Charleston[ ~~~~ handling Martinsburg High's entire athletic program . . elndingsix A: T. A. awards..and was named, president of the West I - Ii .... I~gl~m~ - I wh. w.. - I four trophies m open competltlon. Virginia Association for the com- l l il,"/ll III//Ill ~, I .....................................~" ]Eyler, Sr•, won the Class A-16 ing year at the annual meeting] [] ~/" fiT -lrl"-ll-lI-1 • • • • II~ • ............. "7"--7--, "q ,, ....... l yard championship and Class A held Saturday evening• Gene Keat/ r nara mrowmg rlgn nanuer WhO I ~ ~ I I ~ 1.~ 1.- ~ ~ • I " ] doubles on Friday; won the state ley of Beckley was elected vice [ I~i~l • A1 ---! • • I r I Ill • l • l is getting better with ever gaVae he works for the Charles [singles championship Saturday president and Mrs. Ira Eyler was [ l~~!~l 1 • d dllh I1 d•ldllll 1 Town Legion, is one of the real (holler guys') on the land won the A. T. A. high all. named secretary-treasurer. [ ] lll I | l team. Dick is quite a competitor and a real take-charge ]- , , • ' I • _ " | chap. In his first season with the locals, he has already glh, G , [Whitmore ....... 12 0 1 .0831 l~~i~ • " -- I: made a host of friends here who enjoy watching him, pour I v u nunI nun, it uuuuu IForrest .......... 8 0 0 .000/ | ....... 1 his fast ball past the hitters. He s a real nice chap, too, I. .. . . , } I ! to make Dad- ([lad! I and fives near Boonsboro, M:. , [Leaalng Legion In 1Evergreen 4-H Club [ I[ • PAUL SWARTZ, Harpers Ferry High's baseball and D SA,- IR, --... I I I basketball coach, is giving Frank Kidwiler's Bakerton Wri-/uuIIm i uIUU ag rll I • f~ NK Rocau~ vou'r~ mighty ~lad I County League club, a dandy job of taking care of first I, The old veteran Wilbur (Flick) l . I L.I he'svour'Dad .-.=.---plan base in top drawer style this summer. Paul is a consis-IBond who donned a Legion un -iCarnlval in Early July [ or two tlmel form agam thzs year with h~s only • , tent hitter and never fails chip in with one " y . ' . " " . ! 1 R I bingles when the chips are down. Last Sunday a e I' I ........ "1 g " [ ! Day. Give him slippers. 1 he had two hits in three trips to the plate in Bakerton s [ ng ~cn:a;ieaml,an~poss~bly pmcnj [Kearneysvil!e held its month!y[ m ,m mm ...,,, ...... :.., ....... .... h, ........ town bo"s ,au ~ ~a.~ulmeeting at me J~aucationai JSUilU/ I~ ~] ~ ~v, ayp~©~=aa~v .w,u~ ~.uu~.~. 1 "'~" ~s .... • .... ......... , z " I back .into se~ice two weeks ago ling of the Kearneysville Presby-/ It IlK't/ umess wnen you cnoose nere • l ana toaay after ~our games in lt~rian Church / ~~~ ! for comfort, good looks, l Mrs. Joseph Cepelka ] menteagaloSeh,° er ryy ar leM SnSI rW:ui hoheahaSo teh rple yedrthe [ P fswere made tOh:ald 2t st aa ] ! ' ~~ n . _ .. .... [tary .School 38 years; Miss Jane [he ~s leading the Legion team in [~ardane P~omamnu~nCt~ Center in / ~~ l ~~~ ~ • K~.nam~ n ad [:larkl I Gardmer, Boyce Elementary | hitting with a terrific .571 mark. l e~rl,, x,a,, ~.~a ~..o~u ~oo~.. | ~~ • ~~~.=~ ~/~_.a~ • ia .~o~o xeaz~,~" ~ t t~ona, wno nas azso turneu lnle,~ cl,,~..~.~.~.0, .... ~ ....../ !" "\~lk~~~-'-~- "-* I"C0untvTeachers6rou, l School'1"re " ""e"~lementar- [son," ........ I' ~".~ ..~...~xo to .ax..,u~ ~o..-1[ . . ffLo0 , ~erryvlll v, y some nne ilelulng plays tnls sea- "tt e " i • e r e W . m~ e s to begin work on the pro- , - 31 years; Go g had batted seven times and,,oot Thethree committees con | 1 [Bu~tom Supexintendent 27 years; |collected four hits and scored I sisted of arran-ements for the din I I ~" " ~ • I~ "~'~~ .... ~~~'/!I • Mrs. Joseph Cepelka of Char. [Mrs. Virginia Fritts, Boyce Elem- Jthree runs. ]ner, advertisement, and carni'~al | ~| . , .... "~ |" ~~ ~ ~~:~ • ~s W.own, a teacher in the Chrke [entary School 27years; M~s.s Gee- ] Bill Benton is the only regular [Admission for the dinner was set [ I My~rown s rom Mother Nature, no ! ~%..~'qli~ ~~" i n wounty (va,)) senoo~ system ~or a I rgmnna LilaSCOCK, uerryvme ~m- I nn the Le~ion t~am hittin- the I., ~, -- .^- -~..,,- o-~ ~ =..~- t m ! •i number, of years, was re-elected[mentary School 27-years; Mr. Jos bal "l ata better ...... than the'.30- 0°mark,[ children" ' O,er auU, lat o,ov or/I from worry. I've nine lives-- and no valuable | l~,~,vu,a-t) "~~r ! llpresldent of the Clarke Countyleph Huffman, Clarke County ...,~.~o, .... ~'-i" 12χ~ .... P P " | I . --- • ~y2J~n~2 , ]~~J • Education Association at the or-/High School 27 years; Miss Gar. [ ~t~e*n~at~e ~i~]n~'~im* a 33~'mar~~. ] .Talks and. demonstra!ions were [ I papers to tret about!" ~ a~"~o I za ' e v B vllle Elementar -- o o given oy Wllnam ~vernart, Bren • . . ~~m~- •[ gani tions annual banquet held In tt Le i, erry " Y l R nnnie Clatterbuck "whn hast ............ I I ! .o Ill May 15 at the Lee "Jacksoll Res- I Sehool 27 years; Mrs. Mary Sow- [been used'twice now as a reserve l ua wmmgnan. , oonnson verhart [ I .~0 ~ ~"~ ar and Hank Whz e ~]~l~ ~~~~] II taurant in Winchester. [ers, Boyce Element y School 26 [outfielder, has hit safely twice in[ .... ]; " . - / I YOUR VAUIABt[ PAP[R$ HAY[ 0Hi LIFE. PUTTH[t I V ...... •1 Other officers named were: Mrs. l Years. ]four trips to the plate for a 50ol . ezresnmems were enjoyeu o y[ I ...................................... t -- " TERRY l[ Elizabeth Baechtel, vice president [ Following this Mrs. Cepelka pre J mark. [ azz. ] 1 a ~Al'l~ Ul3"U~l/§UA INl/fl U~ AFIU tNU TUUK VlU~ ;! ~sz,~ ~ to x~. i!~i~i;ii~i~!~ ~ CLOTH aMi~s Mary Thompson, secretary sented Mr. Miley ~hra certifi- The other averages as they JEFFER~GUE 1 : ~:~!~i vT ~ n M • Joseph Huffman, treas. ]cate for 26 years o se c. J~tand to date are" I [ / o 2TL L lurer. [ Itwas ann°unced that Mrs'[NAME AB R H Ave[MEETs THURSDAY' JUNE15 / PEOPLES BANK |'i Sizes 6½ to 11 II In addition to being elected the |Lora Harvey of the Berryville E1 I '1 , . ~ .... / ~" I[: ~ ---~-~'*:- - • ane~] Officers were also installed ]ementary has 35 years experience ]Bond ............ 7 3 4 .571 if Tne ~gular meeting of me Je~/ I d •1 t he meeting and Mrs Virginia Smith, count" .... ( ....... erson t;ounty tAvic ~,eague will/ ", '4' .~o The h" . " . • s ~ t;latteroucK ....,* u z .ouuI l " ' I: 1 ~1 ~ghhghts of the meeting J sunervisorv of elementary educ-i .... " " .. ...... be he d m the Parish Hall Thurs-[ A P ~l II • II~ [] P~ Ilia ii l/'~ l -- ~ AUKlnS ~ ~ "~ ~ , t II was the recognition given and tri I ati-on has 26 yearsI ........... ]day, June 15 at eight o clock. Gee / ~[ IIb lid II •dlllb K I| llUN I in bate paid to a number of teach- I ^* a ..... [Benton .......... 12 3 4 .333 [ rge Lewis, president; James Nick | ~l 114n, Ll[..J WII . . ii, e-- "-- ,k_.._........ . . LI_ I J.'4T:;lt|l .JL UJL tJLll~l~ JL|4~ E; L~UlIJL" | ~. ~ *"~ a a *"~.',~ I --.~• .~n~n4-n.~..• 1 ~lllV m ~11 Emn mill mll~ n ~lllp- Ill w m • z~ xuz- their mug ~m'vlce In me I,,]ated that t-ta "Vir ,inia onlv I Klce .............. ~ ,l~ .7ou I eu, ~zc~azy. / teachmg profession, however ...... /' ~' Leonard ........ 13 4 4 .325 , ,~, | OeEH 110111 PRIDAY AHD SATU@AY 1 Charles E,. Miley, president of ]-- --." ...... ]Zombro 173 4 235 I~ Vernon Kenneth Webbof Wash ]Member FDIC =-- Federal Reserve Distric " ' • • • ~r. ~aney reporte~ to me group ........... . ' . :, t N of the V~rgmm Ed- . Knode ............ 3 3 2 .666[mgton, D. C. spent the weekend ~ t t Ulff.MTC Till 0."11 " PI/ PV 1 a ion Association, presented cer [ ..... [Miller 14 3 3 215 with his parents Mr and Mrs I PHONE 10 --- CHARLES TOWN, W uc t on the metmg of the VEA board ,, I~ III~HI I J II1.1.10UU ~ ~LV~II 1] tificates of recognition to the fol- I m ,tmnmona, I Palamar ......... 14 1 1 "071 Vernon Webb " "J - ~ I[ lowing teachers for their services: I- . I " .............."- " ::" • [] ] Miss Mary Thompson, Boyce El I|0 Hnve (;0nterence I . .,, = . " ' I I ! [ ...... I I ABC' HUNTING 6ROWNUPS on Redevelopment $ FOR BARGAIN- !: I t,:,,,:,~,,,:~:~~ • ~~ I In B~kley June 16 I ~ ~ , ' = [ I U.S. Senator RobertC. Byrdof[ : | ~ ~ ~i~d"a"L~ II~,adi'~Wdl.&~l~l--&~lvlgqg6 ~ IWest Virginia, called attentionl ~ ......... ~. ,, i [t"~~ii~.__ ~ [this week to a conference which[ ///~ .... ~ -’Y\ ,~ ..~ I |~,/p) ~lJn~ ~7~ _ ~ ........~ [he has called for Friday, June 16/ .' /~: ~.~'~F" ~t]l~l~ \\~\\ ':~. i ' - I in Beckley for the purpose of dis I - _. : I __ I cussing the recently passed Area/ ....... ,7 I | ,,, I Redevelopment Act. I , S I L,L/(4,1L; I senators Byrd as arranged with / , ' i I I U. S. Secretary of Commerce Lu/ ~ = - - - ~ =- ...... ..... . ....... - - ::* [ KOOm Iference andther Hedges to address.l, the con-/ ~ ~! • Mr. W1 ham Batt, Jr., , J ~ I r [Administrator of the Area Redev/ " I .... | elopment Administration, will al-I ........... ..... : I ition - [so speak to the conference. / A • -- ~ r~ ~ • v-- e n ;. | ' [ .U.S. nator Je nings Randol./ is for Alternator. Charges battery even at idle. is for Bargain. The great deal you get with Dodge , ; I I pn ann tiovernor w. w. t arron/ I :]:I / will also speak at the conference| C D E :: | [ The Beckley conference will beI iR June. is for Comfort. Chair.high seats, is for Oependable, the way Dodge Dealers are. is • ', | | similiar to one held in Washing. [ p ton, D C, April 19 , : I , /• ' " • I for Economy. Gas.saving engines, r is for Fun. You II have plenty in a Dodge. U is for Gala savings i! / H : C'! NB/IGTI2AVI NLO:cTORN ]Kennelb [ you get now, H is for Handling. Easy. True. [ isfor Interiors. Plush. Roomy. j isforJune. Best i W I R I N G C O ST$. B U Y N O W ! Completes Course At time to get a great deal. K is for Kick you can feel. L is for Luxury. M is for Many models. N ,,? ' r ............. IFort tee, V~. khool / for Now. Never~ ~ette~time to ~o~ oo Do~e. 0 i, ~or O~ortuo~t~. Yours~ P i~o~ P~rk~n~. Do~ ~° L rot a Ilmivea ~lme, your lOCal [=lecYrlc ~.ompany is offering BIG I .~ [ ~ =l. " " SAVINGS in the installation charges for home wiring of any ! I tort Lee, Va. (AHTNC)-.Army/ ..... Ii ..... I~ ........ ~ .......... ~ [ 240 volt Air Conditioner purchased from any electric appliance |National Guard Specialist Four ] ooes IT easily, is Tor Ualffy. II is T0r KUS -pr00TeCl D0(lies, lal is T0r baTety-rim wheels tlia [ de4!ltr in the 141wico treo of Thl Potomac Idison lysttn~. [ Kenneth L. Sing has, son of Mr. / -- -e. " m n ! , ]an rr ,, ustivn lc s as' protect you in case of blowouts, r| is for Torsion.Aire ride. Smooth. U is for Unitized body. Sturdy. ! l eight-week cooking course at The/ !1 ' Ul : . " .quartermaster School Fort Lee,/ ₯ is for Value. High trade. Low price. VI is for Welcome. The way you feel ffANDARDORCOMPA01' ' " SAVE COOL CASH! SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER! ecial'st Sin "as ~ece'ved[ V V YOU GET A GREAT DEAL WlIH ;: ' tra ing cooking?cake ;nc 'pas ] at your Dodge Dealer's, marks the spot. Your Dodge Dealer's. / is for IIi tl • dPI n ., ." try baking, meat cutting and up. ] I [•• •Ull I . ,, . ' erating a field kitchen,l Yours-a Dodge at June bargain prices. /. isforZip. To your Dodge dealer's. Now[ I -, He is asigaed to the 116th In- ~ ~ AND DON'T FORGET TO ASK YOUR APPLIANC| DliALEll ABOUT / fantry Division's Combat Support Company, an Army Nat•nil FLAM|LE$S EL|’TRI’ DEHUMIDIFIERS uar " " " ] r ...... w- G d uni in t erryville • W.ICH DRAW DESTRUCTIVI OAMPNES$ OUr OF THE Air, He attended Clarke 'cou.t-J ,FR I / I • ,, gf r ~ L, PgOT|CTING TOOTS. t~LOTHING. IFURNITUR| ANO WAkkS. ~1~ SChO0|. ~ , "J ilill ! il i ! '" VI" .. :., ........... ' - GO TO CHUIICH 81.INDAY 1