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i / SPORTS NEWS AND VIEWS FROM PAGE 1 FROM PAGE 1 BUCKY BOLYARD, truly an amazing athlete and a star with the West Virginia Mountaineer basketball team this past winter, has been here for two games with the Charles Town Legion baseball club and has played in four different positions--and, handled ea :h position in flaw- less style. In the Camp Lejeune contest, Bucky surprised :many Eastern Panhandle baseball fans with his classy all- around ability a catcher. Then in the late stages of the game, he took over at second base. In the game last Sunday with the Union Printers, Bucky held down third base in the absence of Pay Jamison and ended the contest pitching five and a half hitless and scoreless innings... Certainly a mighty handy fellow to have around any one's ball club... AL BUSCHLING, the big first baseman for the Union Printers baseball club which whipped the Legion last Sun- day, has a race horse stabled at Shenandoah Downs and spends much of his lime in Charles Town. Big AI says the new track is a dandy and the fans around the Dis- trict like to visit it often. JOHN GOFF, the West Virginia Mountaineer pitcher who made his first start here last Sunday for the Legion against the Union Printers, will be back again before too CALL GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Call Martinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 :!:i:i! :.:! :: ::;:::!:i::i:~..~ -."~" ".:" ::d.i:>~ :,,,.~:!:;:i:!:~:'.~r:;'i!:!i!i:i:!:i:!:i:':; tiiii:/!:i i::i i i:i :iii :' ~iiii# : ~i iiiiiiliiiil ~ !iiiiiii i ...... !iii ! iii!ili!iiii [i!iiii! iiill : ii :: ::!!iiF' ,.Ns:i i~ :iii~j~i:ii! !! i!i t-:~::~::: . : ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: .-~g!:::::i:i :~::::::::>. : : :::: : ~:~i:!~!!!i~iiii:~i!:i~i!::~::i~!~!!i~: '" "~:!~i~;~!:: ii!!i~ .... :? :::: .:::i :~: "i~ii?':i:~:!:~!:~ ,i~!i~iiii!~i:[:;'::' :ii~!~,~iii;;::!;i ..... ....... 'Ji! ...... !iiiiii! .............. ,i From a pure to rope, smooth I|$tenlngis yours at all times wilb Sonotonc's latest hearing-seeing duet -- a slim-trim eyeglass hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Auto- matic Volume Control) to soften sudden, loud noises. Fashion-thin temples for both men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" styles for those who don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- ROY B. FURR, Manager Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242. or Charles Town 825 Due to recent sudden death of my husband, I am disCon- tinuing the dairy and farm operation on our farm and will sell at public sale on premises thereof located near McKaig, 6-miles East of Frederick and 2-miles Southeast of Mt. Pleasant on Gas House Pike in Frederick County, Md., on FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1959 , AT 11:00 A. M. D.S.T. TO-WIT: 44 .... HEAD DAIRY CATTLE---44 Twenty-Five are Milk Cows of which all axe Holsteins except 2 Guernseys, Six have been fresh from February thru April, 2 fresh by sale time, balance summer and fall cows now in heavy production. Eight Bred Heifers, one due in July, one in September, one October, balance late fall. Four Large Yearling lieifers and Seven lleifer$ from 4- 10 months old. Herd is T. B. and Bangs Accredited and Heifers are vac- cinated. This is a young herd of good cattle and can be inspected at any time. Come and see them milked. FARM and DAIRY EQUIPMENT Ford Tractor new 1956 with cultivators; 7-ft. mower, 2 bottom plows, post hole digger, Ford corn picker, only used on 50 acres; also John Deere corn planter with 3-point hitch. John Dere manure spreader, new 1958,; Smoker 24-ft. grain and bale elevator: Oliver 13 disc tractor drill: Dunham disc harrow, lever harrows, McCormick-Deering side delivery rake, rubber tire low down wagon and bed, cultipacker. Girton 200-gal. Stainless Steel Milk Tank, 3-Unit DeLaval Milkers with pump and motor; Perma Glass Electric Hot Water Heater. new 80-gal.; bucket rack, Stewart cow clip- pers, Jamesway feed cart. DODGE 1952 PICK-UP, good tires, and truck used 16,000 miles. Small Farm Tools not listed and Other Items too numerous to mention. TERMS::--CASII on Day of Sale. " CASTLE MRS. JAMES H. PliIONE MO 2-2909 W. JEROME OFFUTT, Attorney. EMMERT R. BOWLUS. GLENN TROUT. Auctioneers. MERItLE N. WACIITER, Clerk. Lunch by Ladies of Mr. Zion Methodist Church of McKaig June 18-1t. long. The big fellow showed a good live fast balk but was far off in his control and he will receive plenty of work from manager Walters in this department beginning this week. Goff is a nice chap and made a big hit with the fans here... THE NEW MARKET REBELS of the fast Valley Lea- cue became the first team in the league to hand Elkton's Garland Shiflett a loss when they tagged him for a 5 to 4 verdict at Harrisonburg last Saturday night. Shiflett, a right-hand hurler who is still the baseball property of the Washington Senators, had put a two-run homer over the left field fence to give his team the lead in the second inning. Gerrardstown Hands Gainesboro First Defeat Of Season TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE rEAM W L Pct. Galnesboro 5 21 .833 Bakerton 5 .714 Gerrardstown ippo. .66,.428 Martinsburg 1 5 .167 Berkeley Place 1 5 .167 The hard hi,tting Gerrards~vown 'batsmen came-ap wi,th a prize vic tory Sunday afternoon on their home field whe,.n ~hey unleased a 13-hit a.b~ack to hand the Gaines 'boro (Vs.) club their first defeat of Ohe season in six flames by a 16-4 score ~he victory also put bo~h the Bakerton and Oerrards- own teams back into the Vi~:ck of the pennan, t race. Don Sibole limited the Virgin- tans to seven scw~tered hits and racked up nine strikeouts to gain his third straigh, t decision. He al- so rapped out t'hree singled to lead h~is club's ~vttack. Ronme Small- wood, Doug Brown, Jack Buttes and Eddie Barron each ra4aped out a pair oi safeties. Brown and Burrs had the lone extra-~base blows with doubles. Gainesboro recm~,ea another joe in Sunday nigh,t's league meeting ,a~t l~ippo~n w~hen the league upheld a protest lodged over a ruling in a game ag,ainst Berkeley Place. The c0n,test will be replayed, be- ginning with two outs in the six- ,~h inning on ~uly 5~h vehen the clubs will meet a.t the VA diamond In other aotion Sunday, Baker- ~on remained in second place hY otrtlasting Mavtinsburg's Braves 10A~ l:bippon, Myers rapped out a double and homer and C. Longer- beam weig~hed in with a single and two doubles as the host team drubbed Berkeley Place 10-3. J~m Feltner had a single arid double $or the losers and Steve Everhart struck out 11 ba~bters in a strong relief sbin,t over the l a~,t 8 1/3 in- ~dngs. Berkeley Place AB R H G. Gray, 3b ............ 4 0 1 Hovermale, ~b, p ........ 4 0 1 Stuckes,-~,, p ............ 4 0 0 N. Gray, ph ............ 1 0 0 EveVhart, lb p ....... . 3 2 .~ FeRner, ss ........ ..... 4:1 2~ G~ai~t~r,: rf ......... '.. 4 0 0 Corbin, If ............. 4 0 0 F. Gray, cf ............ 3 0 1 Licklider, p, lb ........ 3 0 0 Mason, lb ............. 1 0 0 Totals ........... .-~3 6" Rippon AB R H Lambert, 3b ...........4 2 2 Car~ol, ss .............. 4 2 3 Stevens, 1T ............ 4 1 2 B. Longerbeam, rf ...... 5 0 0 BurCh, lb ........... Myers, cf .............. J. Buroh, ........... ,St,arkey, c ............. 210 C. Longerbeam, p ...... Toltals .............. 34 I0 13 Martinsburg :~B R H R. Mongan, 3b ..........2 0 0 Crawford, ss ............ 4 1 0 'Sh~fflett, rf ............ 4 0 2 Baker, cf .............. 4 1 0 B. Mongan, lb ..........1 0 0 S. Mongan, lb ......... 3 0 0 ~M. Yurich, 2b .......... 3 1 0 Wasson, c ............. 5 1 1 Harrison, If ........... 4 2 2 ~ansrote, p ............ 3 0 2 A. Mo0ngun, p .......... 1 0 0 Totals .............. 34 6 7 I?~kerton AB R H D. Dopson, 1 .......... 4 2 0 C. I~dwiler, c .......... 4 3 2 Holler, 2b ............. 5 2 2 I I II I Some guys get all tho breaks... A broken window or a bro-~ ken arm, it makes little dif* ference to us... it's all in a day's work[ You may need help.., after an accident, fire, burglary or other mis- hap. Or you may want soma advice on your insurance.. Whatever it is, our policy- holders know that a call to us brings a quick response. Hartford Firs Ja uranc 00mpanyj K. KAdviler, lb ........ Mills, 3b .............. 441 S. Hough, cf .......... ~.. Jamison, K ......... 5 0 Dopson, ss ..........2 1 Anders, ss ............. 2 1 Manuel, p ............... 1 0 0 W. Jumison, p .......... 2 0 0 Totals .............. 37 10 12 Leetown Little League Team To Meet K. of P. Batsmen Monday At 6 On Monday evening June 22 all roads will lead ,to .the Leetown baseball diamond where the Lee- town Pirates of the Potomac Little League will .take on the Knights of PYthias Lodge ~Viembers of Charles Town. The public is invited to come and wa~tch these young boys play against ~he lodge members. Some of the Knights are get.ti,n,g up in years and have not played ball .in many moons. The Knights of Py- thias sponsor ,the Pirates ,and plan to :have a wether roast for Vhem after, ,the game. All the Lodge ,members and ~amilies as weN as ,the team members are urged 'to ,be present for this gala event. The game will start .at 6:30 EDT. Wm. N. Gracey .will manage She Lodge team. Franklin J,o,.'~es and Calvin Pierce are managers of the Pira,tes. By Mrs. Charles Adams Miss Nora Lee Magaha and her small sister Robin are staying witch their uncle and :a.un~ ~Ir. 'and .Mrs. Charles Adams w~ile ~heir mother Mrs. William `Magaha is in the Winchester hospital. S andra Wiley is spending ~his week with her grandmother `Mrs. Homer Wood while her sis,ter Jan e~ has just returned ~o her home after spend,lug last week ~here. Mr. a~]d Mrs. Edward Lee Boyd took ,the l aVters moeher, to her home in Charles Town Sunday af- ter spending 2 weeks with ,them. Little Franklin Adams spent ,last Saturday nigh wi'th iris grand paren,ts ~Mr. and Mrs. `M. L. Adams ~is~ Sue Magaha is visiting her grandparents ffV/r, alnd l~rs, GH- bert Royston-of ~14e: ~his week. - ~ Miss Bobbie Hough spe,n 2 or 3 days last week with her school mate Miss Pat Heflebower. ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and children visi.ted Sunday even- ing with Mr. and 'Mrs. Mitchell Boyd ,and family and were sorry to find ,her confined :to her bed the past week. tMr. and 'Mrs. Ga'rland Hefle- bower Jr. two children Pat ~and Jim were Sunday eve,~ing supper gues, ts with Mr. and ,Mrs. Bill Leh man and f am4~ly in She~Therds- town. Mrs. Warren LaRue, Mrs. Rob- e~ Smith, Mrs. John L. Burns Jr. and Mrs. Garland Hefle~wer Jr. were ,the ladies who did a splendid job collecting ,for ~he cancer drive and collecting approximately $45 in our commu,nity :and wishing ~o thank everyone who coneributed. Picnic At Park The Rippon Farm Women will hold their annual ,picnic on June 28 at the `Memorial Park in Ohar- lea Town at the :picnic ~ables in thep lay ,ground area. Please ,hoe- ice the picnic will be held ,the last Sunday in June ins'tend of our regular July picnic. The pavilion is net available that ,Sunday and ,aN members please meet at the playground area ,a.t 12 noon EST. A .belated birthday celebration was held for Robin `Magaha at the home of her aunt Mrs. Charles Adams on Monday afternoon. Her grandmoVher Mrs. Charlie Garber of Winchester so,at a 3 ier birth- day cake decorated with "Happy Birthday Robin" topped w|.th u beau,ti.ful blue doll and 'plenty of ice cream. Her sister Nora and cous4ns Martha Adams and Rick- ey and Darlene Magaha sang Hap py Birthday as Robin blew ou,t ,the six candles. All .the children 'had a little gift for her ,and Robin enjoyed ~the little surprise ~birth- day party. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapma,n were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and `Mrs. Robert Leake of Charles Town. 'Mrs. Gertie Carver and her friend ,Mr. Eagle of Brunswick a:c- companied by ~Mrs. Lovie Richard- son of Purce llville were Sunday af~ternoGn v~siors with 'the ladies brother-in-law and sis,ter Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapma,n ,Mrs. Richard son will be house 'guest with he Ghapmans this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Tumblin of Ra,l~hine, Vs. were supper guests with ,their grandparents Satur- day. Mr. ,and Mrs. ~VL L. Adams at- tended a beautiful wedding of !Miss Polly Orndorff and 'Mr. Rob err Mil'bourne ,at Stone Chapel near Berryville on Sunday after- ~oon. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. Frank Hill who was visiting 'his son and daughter-in-law Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Hill ,and daugh- :ter Winchester, Vs. la'St week was ,taken sick :and on Saturday was removed ,to Charles Town Hospital a,nd was removed by ambulance to his home here on Tuesday. ,Mrs. Robert H~,II and daugh,ters of W~nehes,ter, Va ~re ri~it~ng ~VIr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and :Mr, and Mrs. F. A. HiI1. Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Eaton and Ronald Fearnow Gets Children of Silver Spring, ~VId. were Sunday guests of ~,heir pur- Doctor Of Medicine enLts ~Vir. and ,Mrs. Albert Eaton and daughters. Mrs. C. M. Brill o Washington, Degree From Virginia D. C. was Sunday evening gues~t of Miss Margaret Houser ,and also vial,ted Mr. :and Mrs. Carl Pearson Rama:ld Fearnow, son of Mr. and and family. Mrs. P. D. Fearnow, Ch,aries Town `Mr. and ,Mrs. O. E. Cole of reecntly received his Doctor of Washington, D. C. were Sunday IMedicine degree from the Medi- evening guests of Mr..and ,Mrs. cal College of Virginia at Rioh- Edgar `Mills and daughters, mond. Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel is a pa- Young Fearnow attended Roa- t,ie, nt in t'he Charles Town Hospl- noke College for )hree years t~al. where he was a member of Krappa ,Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Knott Jr. of Fraternity and he received a B. S. Martinsburg were Sunday guesegs degree at West ~irginia U,niversity of Mr. and ,Mrs. ChaHes Kno)t of Medicine, MorwanOTwn. He is a and family, member of Phi Chi Medical fra- ~Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Link of ~termty. 1 Charles Town were Sunday even- Dr. Fearnow was recenly mar- 1 ing guests of .'Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Wal- tied to t~he former Miss Judy Hall lace Gift and family 'and their of Richmond and the couple are house guest Mrs. An,~a Bond. now*living in Tampa, Fla., where Bobby and Tommy Winters of he will serve his in~ternship at the Harpers Ferry were viis~ing ffneir Tampa General Hospi,tal. grandparnts Mr. and `Mrs. Robert Watson returned home on ~atur- visited Mrs. /Margaret Houser and day. other relatives (xn Monday. 'Mrs. A. R. Thompson spent ~,he weekend with 'Mrs. Annie Loudan and Mr. a,nd ,Mrs. Harold Harding and son. Chyrl Stan~atas of Washington vis%ed Mr. and Mrs. Churlie Dau gherty on Sunday. Mrs. G. W. Emmert of Washing ton, D. C. was a guest of Mr. and: Mrs. Edgar Mills .and daughter and also visited her sister /Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel who is a pa- tient in .the Charles Tow~ ,Hos- pi,tal on Sunday. Mrs. Don Trundle and daugh- ter and Mrs. Mildred Capriotti yap bared to Harpers Ferry on Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ca pri otti. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knott and family of Leesburg, Va. were Sun- day guests of his brother 'and sis- .ter-i,n-law Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Knott and family. Mr. and /Mrs. O. E. Cole 'and Mrs. G. W, Emmar~ and WIiss Cheyrl Stama~a visited `Mr. ~nd Mrs. Wallace Gif,t and family and their house guest ,Mrs. Anna Bond on Sunday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Archie F. Houser and daughter of Manistee, `Mich. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 2---B THURSDAY, JUNE Shenandoah Downs Awards ,Mink Stole To Manassas Race Fan 'Mrs. Gordon Hale off 'Manassas, Va. has a new mink stole, ~the prod 'act of her husba~nd's ability at picking winning horses. Hale, 27-year-old employee of ~he l:~ichmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railway, received ,the furpiece Sa,turday night at Shenandoah Downs. He won it by picking five winners in the Shen- a,~doah Downs' haridicapping con test last Thursday night. Hale's winners included Noreen V., second hi~hes,t payoff of the meeting at $82.60 and parlayed would have paid more than $32,- NOTICE! Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 11, Article 3, Section 24, Code of West Virginia, 1955, the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, will, on Tuesday, June 30th, 1959 at 10 o'clock A. M. convene at the County Court room in the Court House in Charles Town, and will remain in session for a period not exceeding twenty- five days, for the purpose of re- viewing and equalizing the assess merit made by the assessor of Jef ferson County, for the year 1959. Given under my hand and offi- cial seal this 5th day of June 1959. Emily A. M. Stanley Clerk of the County Court Of Jefferson County, W. Vs. June 11-3T- 2 Confi& ~ You may turn with complete confidence to this fine pharmacy featuring the Reliable 000. His other winners were Hust- ling, $7.60; Hug, $21.60; Tedken, $9.20, and One Putt, $3.60. lr'l,l| (~]lo R|A~)ON WHY... OLDS COSTS LESS IN THE LONG RUN l Beneath the glamor and gleam of the "59 Olds is hidden m/ue that explains why O/ds ~ lms in the long run! Every "59 Olds gives you the Wide-Stance Chassis with a 9-inch wider Guard-Beam ' Frame. Every '59 Olds fen. tures cooler running Air Sooop Brakes on all four td~d,s. Under the hood is still another Olds hidden value--. the famous Rocket Engine with new furl-saving economy for "59. Is it any wonder that an Olds is worth more at trade-in time . . costs /ess to own in the long run? See your Olds dealer. Value- Rate The Rocket. Then you'll understand why so many people are joining the Big Swing to 0Ida ! VALUE-RA TE the Rocket The Hales have bee~ for five years and i~ve 2 and 4. Mrs. Hu:le stole from Jo daughter of t~he owner t~a,shion S~tore in Which ~he Stole ca~qe. WAGNER CHEVROLET, BY EVERY MEASURE , . THE OF THE MEDIUM PRICE "I lost pounds fast with Plan--it's simple, as directed, Ayds eral Candy curbs You automaticalll weight! A.~ amel. Money-back Month's Supply $3,25. NICHOLS & Chaxles Town, W0 WEST ...?or So Prescriptions emblem. ~ diifere 1 This is your assurance . of high ethical standards, skilled professional service, ~ fair prices. Turn to us, also, for your needs in drugs and all health items. NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Phone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. A LASTING TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION,.., .^ Rock 0/Age, whol pm'voee otm pltshra nts of an indlvtdu Or family. Roek of Aps skilled dmizn staff trsmlst them aeeomplishmsnts lnt besuti.t memorial dNlzn h'AFL There b no fim [ .ba way to how you ) to tow MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. e FATHER plays so many parts on the stage of family life, that it's hard to know where to begin when passing out honors on his Special Day, June 21st. He is, at once, friend, counselor and guide . . . provider, planner, partner and pal! His foresight is one of the most meaningful meas- ures of his love . . . and wisdom. He safeguards the future of his family by saving systenmtically . . . quite often right here, where his money grows so much faster with complete safety ! Why not join the ever-growing list of Fathers who save at this bank regularly . We Want You to know that . . . Q =/ YOUR ACCOUNT IS APPRECIATED AT THE II Phone 10 Charles Town, ) (Bring Your Banking I roblems To Us. No Obligation At All) ' --Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System--