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B mnN : . Ricer a former Harpers Ferry SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE "~' ~"* 'High grid coach, coining in from THURSI AY, JUNE 16, 1966 FROM PAGE 1-B Ohio to replace Eddie Seibert in , .. Carper's Valley At Sleepy Hollow that post. I Carper s Valley comes to Sleepy II I III l = Hollow for a home and homeJa :- - I I I i Ill I I Ill I [r | match of Sunday, June 26. Please I I ] sign up at the Clubhouse. Tee off I rATUI-I,II~ tI'~AV Ia~b SISIII~ 4a~'I'U, . ,| ~ time will be 12:00 P. M• with the I1 r~a nl~ll~'~ IIJ~| l~I UlIJIMl~ l~mn PO I [ NATIONAL LEAGUE match followed by supper• [I -~ !i Standing of Teams Bill Benton Defeat~ Oscar Wilt • ~, ~ ~ ~ STAND W ~[$ Team Won Lost To Win Handicap Tournament [I ~ ~ ~ n ~rton "psburg . ,,, Inlad~s 3 0 MIXED SCOTCH FORESOME i a ~~'%1 ~ (O("~'~ i II Cubs 2 1 STARTS II ( { ) I ,her. . ville • I/I I Yankees 2 2 II ~ ~ ] ~~-~I | ~ ] ,~ Dodgers 1 3 The Mixed Scotch Foresome iI ~ "") [ I~:~:]Imll" . ::~IMB [ k~ ~ ~ers Fe Braves 0 4 Tournament is scheduled to begin I1 [~ I ~ [ ~ ] )herdstq c June 20• It is now posted on theII I I :own To a busy man, saving time is import- RESULTS OF PAST WEEK bulletin board. Carper s Valley II I I .~i~ June 7 ---Giants 2 Cub- 0 will be coming to Sleepy Hollow/I[I ~ I ~]i I~ , • ~ ' ~ Sunday, June 26 for a Home and ant. That s why so many husmessmen hank June 8 --Indians 11, Yankees 8 ~ ..... ,~h *hi ll "*':" 2 XXUAXIU ltla~.lt at~Aa ~ aaaxoO ~ ': June 9--Cubs 13, Dodgers • ~ ~ ~:~ here, where every banking service is undeq" June l~-~ylant:2LoB~ave~s67 matChreW:rdWant to even our sea-[I ........ L June 13--- a~, The following will clarify some II ~~" ~~J ~~'~ s Adn one roof. Naturally mey like our morougn local rules: I I 15 1 Sell at ] / ~ GAMES ON TAP (1) The pond area is consider-I• ~ ~J[~~~ ~\~b-~ ~ Jeffe~ol knowledge of their banking needs . . . ore- ~ June 1.6--Yankees vs. Cubs ed. a hazzard and, at the player s]I ~,~ll RI~ JLI~ June rz---nraves vs. Jnaiansoption, a ball in the area may Ill ~ witltn~ess to heln with business loans, i June 20--Dodgers vs. Cubs either be played at no penalty or]I -~'~"" ’ I[ June 21---Giants vs. Bravesdropped no nearer the hole with alI I Sa] [] June 22--Indians vs. Yankeesstroke penalty. Ill /T4 ~ ~l~ Large ! \ ir c - (2) White stakes to the left of Ill ][ ~ ~.~ AI~Ir~I 1 BANKr _ The Indians and the Giants number 5, 7, 14, and 16 fairways ill g'~ ~K / j[~ ~ / With 4 u • ~v,,, ~ "~" ~ ~" ""~ ~ dominated play in the National are now out of bounds. The pen- [I ~'~ ~ .1 1 ~l-~w./[ new; Ke " IV Little Baseball League the past[ alty is a stroke and distance. ]1 I ~k _ ~ [ I ~l~'d~'t~[ toaster; • Home Imnrovement Loans [ week where currently the pitch- I (3) The corn field to the right I I t ~ ~ I ! ~~~ 3 Piece " ~. ors are having more success than of number 7 & 16 fairways is noI1 ! V I -~ | ~_ ~[~ tables; I the batters. I longer out of bounds and the ball I • I " I " I ware; V • Checkin~ & Savings Aeets, d The Indians chalked up their] may be played from that areatl I II ! ~lIIIr~~e/~._ and rocI -- ° ° ~ third successive victory without a I with no penalty. I I I / loss by scoring an 11-8 d:ci~i:nI (4) Small trees are considered ]l I I~a ~./7/~ ~1 rug; CIc • Home Mortgage Loans over the Yankees Wednesd y"I ornamental shrubs and a ball ly- I • I [ ffillr ~/\~[ti t !i I Kitchen ning, June 8. ling so that it completely interfers I II~gA l il articles / ....... ~ The Indians took. advantage of / with the swing may be dropped noII I II i iil I uanKing oy ~vlail i their 10 hits to gain a come-from-/ nearer the hole with no penaltY. I • I ~l~ ~1~2~~ ~ / ~ !!! TERM,' • behind victory. / If a ball lies sUCha that ittheCantreebellI ! i ~.-,. ~ ..... .-a..~ ~ It was a home run by P. Andersl hit without dam ge to ;lI • ~* .~ ~ i| ~' ~ in the seventh with twol runners but must be hitin other tha ot ~ll i li ! I~~!i ~1 i~..:! aboard which broke the 7-7 tie most desirable uirection, me baull t II I IIiW/ II /[ 1 f i ~ I • ..~ which existed and permitted the[ must be played as it lies. l1 i ff'c. w.CLAI~ • Safety Deport Boxes ~ a• ^ - - victoTM An I ~5~ A ball lying on club prop-II - //~i l~~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ In,,lans t,, so ,,n to -~. "l " " . •. II ~" ~,~ ~ ~Jl - I~ ders also had a double and single ] erty along the fence vesicle num- II I It Installment Loans [ in four times at bat. [ her six fairway must be played asiI lt t Pat Dorsey worked the entire / it lies. You are not entitled to all ~~ ~ r%~ - ~ [game for the Yankees and gaveIfree drop within one club lengthll iiI ~I • p ten hits and took the defeat. ]of the fence as in past years, i i I il. I - I [] I B. Moler worked the first four| ~ /I l~[|~[ ~l I • " .... "-- '~ ~ 1 J -- I • frames for the Indians, but A.| OA -ITN II , - ' [ I I| ......................... ltef t" ~/ .......... II f- I ! I ~ li~l[tl#ll~,~ • j uarrou, wno eame on in re go / ~, ...... o II Y ! • On th, I/.41II-31c:. . -I credit for the victory. He also I ra. II ~ along R I/III II IaII II I~\ ~II~ • I had three singles in four times at I ior high sports for many years, II of Brur II I l [ ll bat to help his own cause.|has been relieved ofthese coacn-lI ....................... I\Iril liWl//l | The Giants won the toughestl ing duties by the ~oar~, up?nil I-0H/Hk LUHU Ul-/HI= IVI/4NUH IU)W -- . • [and easiest game played in the] ~i~ue:Sre~equ:s~f ~"e%~o~%~"lI ................... :. .......... . .,.,. National League during the week, I land'by so doing they kept right~ ulty, has been appointed by ~:lI Pi::HNIANI-I I/-PHI-Ubl-U UMIH/U ~I~tU I'iNI"/ll'b • | on the heels of the I~dians for| Board to assist in football and to II llrA ,~,,, na,r ql/-vL ln*ovaaf ~,n rill g.v,n Accounts / the league lead. The Giants edged~'help with junior Varsity. an l• HERE IS NEW COMFORT AND STYLING WHEN HE GOES TO HIS • * u --'Jw p~.v u,~:4 ./0 ..... x ....• ......... • ~ . / .............. *h~ r',,h~ 9.~ .. _Tune 7, in• what/dunior ............ rlign oaszemau, rote ssJI DALLY "I RAC.0N-SLAYING" DOWNTOWN JOB. We also offer 4% ,Certificate of De pomts t was one of the best played games/a native of Hedge svllle. _ ,_ _11 _ .................................... .~....t~ of the season in either lea uemere haS also ~een a num oer HANDSOME ~]E~W ~HIIiTD WIITL 111~ l~J~Vr~tt-.... ±~ [a~zvtax~ .... [ ................ -g~- --~| of changes in me coaching set-uptI ~,n~,c~ BENEFIT SMART, COLORFUL NEW TIES TO GO WITH Jimmy walker oi me ~,uus auu . r~oo • - I | Monte Collins of the Giants, en-| at Harpers Ferry High Scho01,1[ THEM A PRINCELY GIFT HE'LL WEAR AND APPRECIATE ALL " " ------ • ' - - with head football coach gd Trit- " t • indications are that this will be a pair of 'victories the past week,~ gaged in a real pitching duel each] ....... Ill SUMMER .... AND AFTER. zv upoe navlng resigned m accept a Le lonnaires 15 7 g mg up two hits, but Collins Will Igreat morning of baseball which defeating the g" ~i .... : | g~a~a-ed t- shut out the Cubs |principalship of an elementaryII .... AiIl.IllA le ~.,~l~d~di~ no diamond fan will want to miss on june ~ ann coming oacK ~uzs"I m ~ ~ • i ......... ' FROM PAGE-x I . 'Iday afternoon with a decisive 17] The Giants scored single runstSC~t°o°~e~.~ - .%HIH/N trflm instance John Miller, who defeat-] II_~-._ &l~__ [ 2 vic~ry over the same team. | in the first and sixth frame~,~eacnI ........... .,.^ ..o tl .... * :~,, ;,~ ,, o , ,/.\ MIni Illl I I llVlll .... ed the now disbanded' Charles[ i~l~ Al[~r [ M Jones was on the mound for[ coming with a single hit. JohnI , Town .Legion team when he pitchl ' I the "Citgo team in the June 8[ Dillow and Rich Xnicely collect-I e"wi lal assT t°]n ar iT:'? o ll IrO 1----- $ 4 50 ed for Leone s is now with theI FROM PAGE 1--B [battle and limited the Legionnai-] ed the hits for the Giants andl .......... ~.: I I IIPNk lrnm I .............. • "*,;" +-- *-k~ *he lead over the~ ............... " Scott-" Anders and Jeff AndersI Jan. JUaSOn ~omme wm conunueII - /IIiV IIVIII II urioies, bwoooaa, wno t.at.v uxxI ,z=, ,~ ~ ~ "" .I res ~o only two nits, DU[ mreelY 'I ,_ ~.: ...... ,,, c,,achin~ duties Ill the Leone team last year, was the[ Ponies and stay in front the resU walks a fielders choice and aI for the Cubs.i ._~ Zoo,.. :.: II No. I draft choice of the Lo ~ of the y. / single by Lancasterproduced]Friday evening the Giants real-] ’..,ho. I! els " ..... Angeles Ang . / The Home Alter team had s’or-/four runs / ly went on a batting spree andl ,~,.^ ~:_.a .... ~''- ~^~" at Ha-" I • _ A _ . .. A Young Danny Kerns, who was! ed a run in the first frame on two/ Grove, who was on the moundl pushed over 31 runs to six for thel ers~er~]'~a~no["yet~een fille :lI _ _ A - fil l-II ham d to the All-Atlantic Confer-I walks an error• and a hit to take| for the Legionnaires gave up III Braves. [ Sc~ols Superintendent W. A. ~w I1 ., ~[ ~' ~l ~l~[! • ~'~U~--~I-iI~ 4[~ • the Martinsburg high pitching Home Alter increased their] led three-hit ball at "the Legion-I three walks and an error, bu ;I 'rbare wm ~'~o h,~ o ne~ hand II staff thepast three seasons and ] lead to 8-3 in the fourth framer naires and steered the Citgo boys;I Giants had already pushed over[, t "f°°l-~]tb .... ~'~"ac..l~"~at ~_.andl_." ~" __i~h~'i~ i[I "Charge It - Take Up to 6 Months to Pay With No Service Charge" who was recently fourth draft with two runs on an error a hit to a 17-2 victory /14 runs in the first frame on )us~|schoo~ next Fall with Ronn]elI~ choice of the Washington Sena- batsman, a single by K. Brill and I | five hits, plus seven walks and anI ~_ " ,,, ' , ,- ' - ....... ' ' tors, has also been offered an, a double by C. Bell. I el...L_d. P~&.. flt.L / error. .•. . | ' .,,,,,.,,,~1.~ &k:-- ...,~A-- opportunity to play with .,Leone s I Painter and R. Cain worked on 1 31U~ller~ bll / Rich Knicely, w~m .a, home, runI IililhtlLHI VUdl this Summer if he doesnt sign the mound for the Ponies, with ] t in the thira, ann uoume ana sin- I w for professional baseball with the Painter taking the loss, while S. I Iln Pe~M' fin R Inv H'’ / gle, led the hitting, for.the Giant.s,| II V • Villi vmi ==v~lV~ll ~ Jim At er naa live nits In SIX Senators. I Whitmore went all the way for P i " g ~I l~ --,=. Zimmerman said more details the Home Alter boys and gave up COMMERCIAL LEAGUE I trips to the plate. Tony Seal had[ i~ ~ii~ --~ ~I ~i~ a II ~-~ a.II. ~-~ ....] I~IIII~AIIII~ ~ i on the July 4 baseball program only six.hits.., e sc red alTeam W. i,.l~W~r ~bsl.es and two singles ,nI IIIIP rnnllI_~lr IIINIIIllII_I will be released later, _but already The largo Datsm .,.n o , ' Cleaners 11 t ....... soundly[ IVI IlVVIIV II $gIlilll VI I qt. .51 June 9 the Cubs Slusher's Citgo 9 [ ...., A . I trounced the Braves 13-2, gettinglI "1 Crll~eu s ~ • 1 . .,I nine hits to ~u~ three for the,] . -- -- -- - :- I Smeet L~uranee "1 ~ I Dodgers, I ~___. . I I SPlekler's Center 6 101 The Cubs, behind the hittingl I ........ I Turf Diner 6 10 z m r . . / [ O / of J'm y Walker and Bruce Mo-I I ~ I~i = - _ = ! .... in ler, scored three runs in the irst . • . 1 You Get Pr~ise.ly I I The Slushers Citgobowl g ~f~me to tdke the lead and s~t[ 1 ~c ing installation 1 team of Ranson, pulled to within in front all the way. " " " ll[ in s f the Lea e Leadm ~ on all 240 volt air condltnoners I What Doctor Ordora Itwo poto g,- _" g/ Jeff Anders gave up single hit'sl I on ali240-volt air c d!tioners.. I [] ' l~[ I RockweIl'steam of Martinsburg/ and single runs to the Dodgers[ I "I*’/ . to • I _ _.amIlIMltlm~ I | in action montlay june I~, oy ~or-| in the first and" fourth framesl I P.E...~.,,.~ e.,~ • il~~ ing a 3 1 victory over the Tuft / " / and he was never in trouble. Jim-[ 1 • even with the Spmklers Sport M nda I ~ ~ | / 0 y evening, June 13, theI I I g ,e.. I I ]~~/~i~~1 I k~~~ • ea ...... ;:::::i~:~i~ .............. ::!~,.::::.:.L,.'::!~:::::~,..~ ........ I ~a'~::~'~k~,."_ ~/" ~I | Slushers had the .highe t~, m| his fourth round tripper of thel I ~l; i I ~ --" I ~ game score, 813 ann also .t, _ ~gnI season. Pat Dors~ also had three[ • I team set score, 2Zla, Boo Ayers, in fnnP t imot st hat for the l I ......... ' ..................................................... '~ ............ ~....,~.x-~ .. I ,-- l~ |iI~ / [rolled the high single ~an~ s r il ~G~,"-Ma~v'w~o" ~ork~l • I $ -I ,_., ! I I~I I = and alse the g I 0nly tWO in, hags was the winning ] • ~illl k : , I I _ . JI 1 614. , I pitcher, while J Roth took thai 1 . ""/ , I Igfl 63 / • • e lead " . :: ~:~::~::~:::~'::~i~::~- :~:~!~i~:~:~V~ ~ I A urac_v is highly important / Avers Is also the leagu s :l loss. • I I • l~ ---~ ...-.. - ..... ~,,χ;,m ~ I ing bowler at the present, With[ ,. , 1 . I U • I II /a 198 average, while J. Leslie isl c...J... • I lllllN - R * • I y~stered pnarmacls~ m I[~ [ second with 182 and H: BritnerI aIIe.U t unun u.uay • I N 1 third with 180 . " "~:i~!~/i~ ..... ~ ,~ I Ill Sp rts No ews & Vtews" I ?f: refrlfr0stm- rigeXat0r-at0r- [ " ' I | (From Page One) • I I .................. H / Lhe close of the coming season. This is the recognition the • ' ll RELY ON 'uR H | AFL has longed for since it's inception. And what the NFL 1 , I I YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS II | has avoided and at which the older league turned up its ' , ' I I [ nose,.. , .... ' " ' ,. , I STUCK & ALGER B [ GORDON EISMON, one-t'i'me'p'rincipal of CHS, now serv- Sit -favetite applla.e dial. tt illmtrical contractor tldty... in as SSAC secretary, scored the second hole m-one of his 1 p. AWMACIRqP~ ~ I " g" " "" " dlklcmmr how you can enjoy a SUMMER HOLIDAY in your own home with air conditlo~ing.., alvl I ......... 7"-7--_- _... I [ golfing career the other flaywhen,he tee shot Imm a!mut the labor savinI ’on mi today's new no-frest refrig rator we. I 725.2621 -- Charles Town, W. va. I I on the No. 7 (pax l l ree) hole t otlt .Hms uountry fI i mt shoppi l • • • time Ind mollie. / Club in ParkersbUrg. GordOn had an ace on thi sa ne course I21 years ag°' it °Id hat t° him" " " s he remembers "Wa back Polomac Edison / HIGHLEY RODERICK ays : .. Y _ . when" boys were boys, and didn't borrow thek' sister's hair ' of Allegheny Power | curler !"... . , ---, ..........