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June 23, 1966

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featured in an article in the July were Mrs. Dorothy Arnett, Mrs.r SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE of J .....I~ issue of Strength & Health a nat- Beulah Ring, Mrs. Mildred At-I ~**.~,..~.~.-.--,qqITTD~I'IAV ~..~..~TT:N~ _,,,~2 ~....lqllg t -..~,~u,t~Thl.... ,-In., lonal magazine devoted to physl- wood of Martinsburg, Mrs. StanleyI ...... cal fitness. The story is the first Zombro of Kearneysville, Miss l ................... the late C P Miley, was in-! , , of a series to be run by the mag- Bonnie Webb of Shenandoah Jun/ :vllss :vnley nas ~een commeau- " " B| |n~| "". - ..,.",'.. ii.'.- : .- ' ..,, -'". frame, scoring f e runs on :lust iio" o | "' ," i :: ::ii: ........ !!! ....... cooperation with local sc'ence I YOU'D THIN ~; stage and drovem three runs 1 YOU D THINK 1 Czl ~ . , to nelp ms owncause. . . teachers developed the selectionTHE CORONET T ' We now pay 3 ./2 yc Interest on all Savings Accounts , Saturday afternoon the Legion- Mrs. Floyd Slmons nrocedure and camn nro-ram and I I THE~._T~e~e~ - - z-- =- r" ~ I loll TI,.~ ,~1~,. ,.~e4b,_ ,l~! :~_._z_,Je__J._ _, T~___ __'J._ na,res, .who had dropped three *,']~7~l~.,:::~$1~:~:~:,.~.::.~.,~:~::~,~.~tWl assumed the respons,bfl,ty" " ofl I Ei:} CA tnhc:ub.j.,, nora ~ al~tl uxxvz ,~ 70 ugruIICaLe oI HepuI~ILS consecum,e games, broke ~nto me .............. I camp administration Sixty youth, ] ] ~ YOU WITH IIQ : n victory column witn a lu-u uecis- ~=~u~.n ur ~ut~ . "i -u in u ' L stxth, seventh and e ghth grades ~a ..... - : . , mn over the Shenandoah Purees. VACATION BIBLE SCHOO .... fromMor-an, JeffersonandBerk-I ] ~A'~ ~a;'-~f~nr~ The Legionnaires had a big ~ There wi!l .~e aVacation BiDle]eley County attended I ] ~. IRST OF~, ]~:~mwa:~c' ..... ---- - seven-run third innin~ tn move ~cnool nero m me easement mI .. . ": _.. | . careen ~ 1'~*, the plate. Jones and Miller each Anders had a triple and three Into a 10~8 lead and stay In front " g gl ............ | I THEY iL GIVE YOU A HIGHER ' - ~ The Funkhouser Buildin startinJoemonstrations ann assemones , |11~1|1~ had four hits. singles for the Cubs and Jr. Host- all the way. The Ponies staged a next Monday evening at 7:00] ~nciuaea an.exmmt .item ~a-| I I ~ ~-~.~ ,,.~ ~,,.~ v~-~ ~ ~r~ t-a~ oclock all the children in this ~As ~pace r ngnt t~enter at uoa ~K~t~r" i~'~ ~'~ l~.~u~ ~ u,~r~. . Thesday evening June 14, the let had three singles, brief rally in the fifth frame, , " " "'| ......... "| ! ] ~l " I~.O.M.~AGE I'--B .... Mets scored a 16-14 victory over Mole~; and A Carroll were trou pushing over one run, but at this neighborhood are welcome to att-] ~art~e~ae:la~oam~uemOant~rasU~n| J NEXT, THEY'LL SURPRISE YOU game nora it the res olme the Ast.ros as they outhit and out ch a 13 hit's bv the Cubs point the Legiannaires stiffened enu. . . .[ v ...... #/ / nn-u -1-,,,- r't' cT re" Way. .......... scored the Astros . " and held off the char~,e~ of the Mr. and Mrs. Deneen Welsfl oI u,~ ,~. ~ ~.. ~,~,,,,,,~ ,~v,,~,~,,#; vv~ t~qt. L~Jvv ~u.~o~ ~.~ ~- ............... Monday evening the Dodgers p,,ni,~ Bnkerton Mr and Mrs Donaldla presentahon by the Bureau of[ I ]~~ rt'M~t'~Ml=T AM, WI-II=NI All ~onaay evening me "lNvlns ........... " , ,, . ,, ~x~.~ ~.~. ~"~, ~ , ,~., r~*.~ scored eight runs on eight hits Webb and famit Mr and Mrs Mines on The Magm of Fire two~ a. row when they ~nl~e and the Cubs four runs on four . Bothteams scored threeruns David Webb andY'dau-later were1 and other special educational e-/ I IS SAID AND DONE THEY'LL seorea a xa- victory over me hits Bill,, Thomnson went the m me first trame, aria me forties ..... o .... /vents / ................ ldet~ ........... route for#the Do~ers oivin~ un took an 8-5 edge in the second ~unaay ~mner .guests. or me~r/ ] / PLEASE YOU WiTH l-n ' . r . . amer, lvlr Armur weov a lu Sam Stanton, S. Clipp and Dav- ~ .......................... four hits, while the Dodgers touch .......... Miss Elizab'eth Webb Little Tim] id,,,,, U,I^,, D^,,^n&^,I J J THE COURTEOUS td Ai-ere, , ,,*P, worked on the mou- yvmunore,, each naa two mrs To,-~.~,~'~ Ol.T" llO~tlgl'l[/"41 .... allU"l O~=~tlT"'~g ~.atl~tt.~.oh~"tn~ two nits,. DUt in me mira trame, m WeDD ..... son f Mr'- and .... Mrs I~ll~ I~lll~J [I~I~III~'U " t::::~ nd for the Twins, and they com- theG!ants. . .... for eight hits Thompson had that b,g seven-run barrage d:d D:nald Webb i:snenclin~ a cou']- - ] [ ATTENTION YOU GET. bined to limit the opposition to . rrmay evening me .lnaians ou~ three of the eight Dodgers hits. me trie~. . . . nt~ na,,s with tats ~randfa~her andJ ~'~m~l~|~ R~ Ar~ | ] IN THE SALE AND IN ~u-* thre- h~ts bu) walks and nit ,ann outscorea, me l~raves, t~rove and Hammona comoinea ,"~ " ~ o ~ ,~vnm~,,~nv, ,-$ nH,,$ ~ ~ _- - - ---[zi:~i~~ ~v~w ~r~i)~,:a' tho ~rot~ ), ~nr~ with A. Carroll leading the hilt- on tl~ mound for the Legionnai- aunt. , ~ / ....... : ......... I [ THE SERVICE. SEE FOR ni'n )run ' '"Al' er nd-I)ona] l Ris's ing for the Indian with- a.home res a id limlt :"ed the Ponies tO just Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McDowell] At a eeremonyl.aL l!e. .............. " ...... . in t n D C " " --~"~"~'~'"'" """~" l~r ~r,~ th~ nnlv nl*v~v in )he run and a 8ingle. D Frazmr had five h~ts G. Mills. R. Cam and and daughter of Wash g o , . ] Washington, D. C., on Friday,| ] ........... ~~:~ game to collect more than onea double and a triple to lead the McConaughey, all turned in fine v~s~ted h~s mother Mrs. Will am/June 10, 1966, at 2:30 p. m. M~ss] | {.)N Ilnl /~ /MITT i~~~ -" .. hittin for the Braves. mound obs as the combined to McDowell Saturday afternoon. ~Juliette E Miley, daughter of/ / llit Alger had two singles, and g J Y " " n " WINNER S CIRCLE. hold the PomPs to ust four h~ts Mrs Martin Glmze retur ed Mrs Nelle E Mfley, of Charles Sunda afternoon the Home home Sunday after spending a Town recewed a sustained super B. Hay, Costello and J. McDon- which was to have been played Y " aid worked on the mound for the Mets and gave up only five hits between them. Friday evening, June 17 the Cards Chalked up a high-scoring $1-21 v~tory over the i~lets. The Thursday, the Cttbs pulled one of the big upsets of the season, trouncing the Indians 10-1. It was the first defeat in five games for the Indians. Jimmy Walker tossed a four. hitter at the Indians, giving up one hit in the first frame, two in the fourth, and one in the sixth He also helped his own cause at the plate with a double two sing- les in three times at bat. Jeff Cards blasted the offerings of ~cDonald and Costello for a total of 24 hits and 31 runs. Nine play- ers on the Cardinal team hit safe- |y, with R. Feagans heading the pack with five hits in six FOR YOUR HOT WATER NOW ADDED CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA THORN LUMBER COMPANY PI t. Call 725-7612 - Charles Town Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 Summer -- June 20 - Sept. 15 We wish to anmmne the expansion of Grafton's mer Session to tndude fadlities for students need- additional assistance in academic s bjects and for tb se who wish to enrich their regular curriculum with imaginative and challenging courses taught under pleasant, healthful condition& REMEDIAL SUBJECTS -Math. Arltltmetic - i. 8 Alegbra I & II GeometrY' . Speech Therapy Study Ski Latin I & II ADVA.NCED SUBJECTS English Literature Novel- Poetry - Drama Mathematic - Algebra Geometry - Trigonometry Language. Latin. l reneh Class Composition Study Skills & Introduction To Philosophy Development Speed And Reading Frend I YCE, VIRGINIA 421 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGISTRATION -- JUNE 23 And 24 POTOMAC LEAGUE.. STANDING OF TEAMS Team W. Bakerton 9 Sharpsburg 7 Shepherdstown Yanks 7 Millvile 6 Harpers Ferry 3 Shepherdstown Angels 3 Leetown 0 Alter batsmen handed the Citgo boys another defeat in four days, when they rolled over Citgo 17-10. -- Home Alter blasted out 15 hits and 17 runs and Cltgo had only L~ five hits and ten runs Home Alter moved into a quick 3 first frame lead by pushing over seven runs on just five hits to 4 take a 7-1 lead. They added 10 more runs in the next three 8 frames, and were never in trouble 11 The Citgo team had one big week with her son and family ior accomplishment award for the Mr. and- Mrs. Dennis Glaize in period of November 1, 1964 to Oct Huntington, W. Va. obert 31, 1965 and an official The Webb reunion will be held commendation for "outstanding Mrs. Willard Smallwood spent several days as a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Mr. Alex Hoshler, New Jersey visited his neice and family, Mr. t Sunday June 26th at Braddock performance of duty which reflec Heights ted great credit upon herself and the Department of the Army." Miss Miley's mother was a guest at the ceremony. and Mrs. Leo Collins. He attend- ed his brothers funeral while he was here. Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis and. -- --- O -- -- frame in which they scored seven GAMES THURSDAY runs on three hits. daughters of Hagerstown, Md. Millville at Shepherdstown Yanks Mike Cotta, who got the victory were weekend guests of Mr. and Shepherdstown Angels at Sharps- for Home Alter, also helped his Mrs. Melvin Snyder and family. burg own cause greatly at the plate Sunday (Father's Day) guests Harpers Ferry at Leetown with a double and two singles in of Mr. D. S. Graham were Mr. and -- -- O -- -- five times at bat. Hardy had three Mrs. Lloyd Graham and daughter The Bakerton batsmen managed of the five Citgo hits, one a dou- of Alexandria, Va., Mrs. Dave Le- to increase their lead in Potomac ble and two singles, hman and children, Austin Texas Little League play to a full game Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Gray, Mr. and a half by scoring a pair of Bob ~yd~ ~d~ For and Mrs. Junior Gray, Mrs. Mar- victories the past week, while -- garet Gray of Berkeley Springs, Slla psbUrg, the second-piaceteam Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis and YOU'LL SAVE A LOT split a pair of battles, t S daughter, Hagerstown, Md., Mr. in Saturday's action Bakerton I and Mrs. George E: Folk of Will- At SCHEWELS! scored a 10-8 victory over Harp- In Hational Magazine iamsport, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Paul ers Ferry and then they came Green and children, Mercersburg ] Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B.i back Tuesday evening to defeat Each Tuesday Robert B. Snyder Creamer and family, Summit DOUBLE.DOOR, ALL.STEEL Leetown by a 14-6 score. Jr., of Tammy Manor, a suburb of Point. Also in Saturday's action Mill. Hagerstown, Md., can be found Ville scored a 7-5 victory over running the Intertype machi- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moon; Mar Jharpsburg and the Shepherds- nes in the Spirit of Jefferson- tinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. George town Angels defeated Leetown Advocate office, and unless you Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 17-12. knew something about his back- ward Pierce and family of Charles All.Purpose, Heavy Gauge Steel, Electrically Tuesday evening Sharpsburg ground, no one would suspect Town, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Collis welded seams and reinforced doors for added ~cored a Close 9-8 victory over the that here was a former nati0hal and family of Leetown, Mrs. Ray strength. Smart wrinkle finish for aeat ap- ~hepherdstown Yankees and the and world champion weightlifter, mend Snyder, Bolivar, Mr. and pearance. Has clothes rod and tie rack. Just arpers Ferry boys downed the Bob, who is now nearing 70, but Mrs. Forrest Glassford and child perfect for the spare room in your house. Shepherdstown Angels 7-6. :looks and acts much younger, is ren, Mr. Joe Littleton, Mr. and Ideal when more storage space is desired at Mrs. Melvin Snyder and family low cost. and Miss Nancy Graham and Jeff all of Ranson. Mr. and Mrs George Baker are moVing to their new home Jeffer- A SUPER (From Page One) son Village this week. We wish VALUE AT them much happiness in their George Washington High School in Alexandria, Va. He has new home. been serving an assistant football coach and track coach Wedding at Waynesb oro (Va.) High School the last nine y ars. At Miss Frances Brown daughter EVERY PURCHASE At SCHEWELS Shepherd, Boy was a star on the only unbeaten gz d team of Mr. and Mrs. John BroWn and IS ON in history, of that school. He was named All-West Virginia Mrs. Ronald Turner son of Mr. and Mrs Aherhm Tu er, Mar- E A S Y T E R M S Conference tackle for two years in succession.., tinsburg were married ,Sunday ........... afternoon June 19th by the Rev. CONVENIENT PAYMENTS CHUCK SPAID, Winchester Evening Star's basketball Raymond Jones in the Full Gos- Player of the Year for 1966, reportedly is headed for West pel Pentecostal Church in Four Mile Wood, W. Va. Virginia University. He had offers from VMI and Shepherd Mrs. Eva Penwell of 13th Ave. F-R-E-E DELIVERY College, to name just a few. The 6-2 court star will try to moved Saturday to an apartment crack the tough lineup of Mountaineer freshmen basketball in Ranson Inn. Mr. and Mrs. stars this fall. He was outstanding for Coach Hunter Mad- Frank Ranalli and family moved MANY OUTSTANDING BUYS dex's Handley Judges this past season.. , Monday to her mothers house on ........... 13th Ave. Mrs Phoda Cooper JIM EDWARDS, who staged a fabulous black-tie dinner Harpers Ferry purchased the Ran alli house on 5th Ave, party at the Winchester Golf and Country Club last Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins and day night, said he plans to start harness racing at night at family spent Wednesday evening Wheeling Downs next year.., with the latter's parents, Mr. and 19 West :Cork :St. Mrs. Jessie Owens and family of Great Oaks From Utile Acorns Grow. EAST WASHINGTON ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 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