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Retain,, In Potomac POTOMAC I,EAGUE STANDING OF TEAMS W. L. 7 1 5 1 Yanks 6 2 5 4 Ferry2 5 Angels 2 6 0 8 -- -- O -- m by a score. Af d the, e 1 o' ,To l,qil, , De ni, t: ittin fo , Ko- GAMES TODAY (THURSDAY) victories while the Sherpsburg vin Carroll; Grade Five, Franklin Leetown at Sharpsburg team was being held idle both Adams; Grade six, Joyce Jenkins, Shepherdstown Yanks at Shep- days, once by rain, gave the Bak- herdstown Angels Bakerton at Millville. The Bakerton Senators picked up two more victories in Potomac Little League action this past week to remain on top in league play by a full game with a 7-1 mark. Bakerton scored a 9-6 victory over the Shepherdstown Angels in Saturday's action and then erton team a clear one-game edge on the Marylanders. In other Potomac League act- ion Saturday, June 11, tlarpe!'s Ferry scored an 8-3 victory over the Millville club and the Stmp- herdstown Yankees soundly trOun ted Leetown 21-1. The win for the Yankees kept them close on the heels of the second-place Sharpsburg team. In Tuesdays action Millville scored a close 10-9 decision over came back Tuesday evening to the Shepherdstown Angels togain down the Shepherdstown Yankees a firmer grip on fourth place and also keep pace with the third- place Shepherdstown Yankees. As Administrator of the late Annie Longerbeam's Estate, I will Sell at public outcry the following articles. Located at 821 Jefferson Avenue; just off State Road No. 9, Charles Town on: SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1966 Sale Starting at 10 O'Clock, D. S. T. Large Frigidaire refrigerator, like new; Wizard electric range With 4 units, like new; Norge automatic washing machine, like new; Kenmore washing machine; Television, like new; Electric toaster; 12 inch Window fan; Electric floor and table lights; 3 Piece bedroom suite; Sideboard; Oil lamps; Lantern; Several tables; Breakfast set and 6 chairs; China cupboard; Some silver ware; What-Not; New leather rocker; Several straight back and rocking chairs; Day bed; Cedar chest; Pictures; Linoleum rug; Clothes rack; Garden tools; Sausage grinder and stuffer; Kitchen utensils, pots and pans; China; Glassware; lots of articles not mentioned. Pondfield Sues Charles Town Race Course For $689.000 ,Louis Pondfield, former manage~" of the Charles Town Race Course under it's present owners and operators, is suing the track own ers for $689,000.00. Pondfield has filed a suit in U. S. District Court, claiming that the owners of the track repudiat- ed a contract which he had with them this past April. Pondfield, former general man- ager of Pimlico and also the Charles Town Race Course, said he signed a five-year contract with the new owners of the track last year and now they have TERMS--CASH On Day Of Sale. repudiated it. Pondfield claims he is owed Walter Longerbeam $m9,0o0 on his salary of $25,000 per week, also fly-percent of the ADMINISTRATOR June 9-2t- tL CLAY THARPE: Auctioneey C. W. MOORI~, Clerk profit in excess of $500,000, hotel bills, a new car and chauffer and insurance for his family. He is also asking $500,000 in damages for statements allegedly made by Kovens when his contract was terminated on April 13. On the farm where I reside known as "Neighbor's Retreat," along Rt. 340. near Hawaiian Nite Club and about 2 miles North of Brunswick in Frederick County, Maryland on: FI IDAY, JUNE 24, 1966 12"30 P. M., D.S.T. 40--HEAD FRESH And SPRINGING HOLSTEIN HEIFERS--40 These heifers will either be fresh or very close springers, are quite large and well grown, some weighing 1200 to 1300 lbs, and show excellent ridder promise. Several will be fresh by Sale day. All heifers were purchased in 1965 from complete herd dis- Persals and all are artificially sired either by Maryland-West Virginia or Virginia Bull ~ sires. ;~mne from~dams with DHIA records up to 714F and test over 4.0%. A number from a herd whose DItIA average was well over 14,000M and 500F. These heifers are vaccinated, T. B. and Bangs tested within 30 days and ready for immediate interstate shipment. If you need summer and fall production, or herd replacements, You should inspect these heifers and attend this sale. TERMS: CASH on day of sale. Not responsible for accidents an farm. SAMUEL 1. REMSBURG, Owner KNOXVILLE, MD. A. DOTY REMSBURG: Auctioneer June 16-1t- Mrs. Austin Nicodemus Rippon Elementary School hon- or students for the last six weeks of school were: Grade One-- Charles Jenkins; Grade Two, Eliz- abeth Allen; Grade Three, Debo- rah Allen; Grade Four, Geraldine RANSON, W. VA. Thurs.- Thru Tues. June IS21 "Those Magnificient Men In Their Flying Machines" IN COLOR ONE SHOW NIGHTLY - 8 P. M. MATINEE - SUNDAY . 2 P. M. SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY "Littliest Hobo" Adm: - 6 Empty Coca Cola Bottles or 25c DIAMOND R I H $ HARPF.RS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 35-2212 Thurs..Frl. June l&X - IN COLOR. ,Tennessee Jamboree' ALSO "Country MUsic Caravan" Webb Plerce - Marry Robbins Jim Reeves - Minnie Pearl Plus Many Other Musical Stars -- REGULAR ADMISSION -- D SATURDAY ONLY JUNE 18 3 - BIG SHOWS - 3 l very Keepsake Engagement Ring is guaranteed rfect (or replacement assured). Its brilliant fire and reeise modern cut are found in only one diamond in ttlndreds. ball Keepsake diamonds are protected against loss .ram the setting for one year. Each ring carries a life- privilege, plus permanent registration... q~ ----. ..... thin is yours at no extra cost only from Keepsake. COMPLETE SETS FROM: "Herculen, Samson And Ulysses" IN COLOR - ALSO "Stag h To Dancer's Rock" PLUS - IN COLOR "The Gorgon" Sun..Mom June 19-20 Cary Grant As "FATHER GOOSW' IN COLOR PLUS -- CARTOONS TUESDAY ONLY SUNE 21 I Little or No Money Down. Take it with you. We are YOUr Authorized Keepsake Dealer. FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE "High Wind In . I Jamalea"[ IN COLOR -- CARTOONS Wed.-Thurs.Fri. June 23-24-25 230 WEST WASHINGTON STREET PltONE 725-7411 -- CHARLLES TOWN, W. VA. "BLOOD BATH" ALSO -- IN COLOR "QUEEN Of BLOOD" Martha Burns, Kathryn Allen. Graduat~ From V.P.I. Mi.~s Pati'icia Wilkins, Of Win- chester, Va., Miss Elizabeth M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ran- dolph Smith, Jr., and their daugh- ter, Elizabeth R. Smith, were in Blacksburg, Va., on Sunday at- tending the graduation of the lot. ter's son, Robert Randolph Smith, III, from Virginia Polytechnic In- stitute of Blacksburg, Va. The im- pressive graduation program be- gan Friday evening with a spe- cial program. The baccalaureate service was conducted Sunday morning and on Sunday afternoon the commencement exercises. Robert Randolph Smith, III, re- ceived his diploma and also a B.S. degree in Horticulture. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaha and two children, Darlene and Ricky, of Frederick, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and two children, Martha and Chuckle, spent Sunday at Gettysburg, Pa., sightseeing and enjoying a cook- out on the picnic ground. Mr. David Nicodemus is on a business trip this week to Elmira, N. Y., and will motor to Wihning- ton, Dela., and will be overnight Norman Brig,s in Wilmington. Wednesday from a'month's vaca- THI~P~SI)AY, J[.TNE 16, 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wiley, of tion in (+alton, Ohio, visiting at Berryville, Va., aml Mrs. Gralmm the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Royston, of Millwood, Va., were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus entertained Sunday evening with a picnic dinner at their home in honor of the birthdays of Dennis Whittington and Mr. Austin Nico- demus. Those who helped to cel- ebrate the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Nicodemus, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whittington and son, ,Jonathan, and Roger Lee Nicodenms. Mrs. William Whetzel and son, of Gaithersburg, Md., were week- end guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and Mr. William Whetzel spent the weekend in Martinsburg on Army duty. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cera- valo and family were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankins and three chil- dren Linda, George, Wil- liams,Carol Lee, of CharD., Town and Sunday afternoon Busey, of (;ahm. Ohio. Dianne Breeden is spending some lime with her sister and brolher-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Whetzel of Gaitherstmrg. Mr. and Mrs. G!enn Hayward Hetzel, of Morgantown, were weekend guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Low- ell tietzel and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Randolph Smith, Jr. Miss Mary Magaha, of Ranson, Mrs. Robert Randolph Smith, Mrs. Charles Adams and daughter, Martha and Mr, and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus attended the com- mencement exercises on the canl- pus of Clarke County tiigh School in Berryville, Va., on Thursday night with 99 candidates gradu- ating. Roger Lee Nicodemus and James lteflebower recently grad- uated from the Charles Town ttigh School were among those who left Monday to Thursday on a sig)3tseeing trip to New York. Mrs. It. Byron Harris and Miss Martha Kochenderfer, of CharDs guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Town, were recent visitors at the IIarrell and two sons, Raymond apartment of Mrs. J. Straith Bris- and ,Jimmy, of Charles Town. coe. B--3 The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Wade, of Fairmonl, W+ Va., moved to the old rectory of Charles Town. The Rev. Mr. Wade was ordained dea- con last Friday by Bishop Camp- bell at All Saints, S. Charleston. Rev. Mr. Wade will Charles F. Printz To Attend State Meeting Of CPA's, White Sulphur Cimrles F. Printz, Certified Pub lie Accountant, Charles Town, will attend the annual meeting of the W. Va Society of Certified Public Accountants held at the Greenbrier tIotel, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. this week. Mr. Printz is a member of the "Cooper ation with Bankers Committee." Mrs. Printz will accompany him on the trip. be vicar of St..h)hn's, Rippon, and St. Andrew's on the Mount, Mannings in addition to be curate of Zion Church. Rev. Frank Wade will hold morning prayer and sermon on Sunday, June 79, at 9:30 at St. John's Episcopal Church, Rippon, with Sunday School at 10:30. FOR YOUR II HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY Ranson Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 nest tasting sandwich ma +.!::::+. .............. ~?+" + _- .:;..'.v,..+:-,." ?++~*+?+:.,,+ Have you is now BLUE Here's tempting fresh flavor that lasts! Because Sunbeam is bread at its best! Quality bread. Real bread. With true home-baked taste that'll make you buy it again and again. m J I *~tC~Wlltht, ~mllt~lelmn ~ Amtflm Ceelut~,~ttv., t me., 1966*~,