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rising. [the next four frames on seven James went the distance for Thits. Walker, Thompson and Fin- Citgo, while Hammond went all negan worked on the mound for the way for the Legionnaires. Lan i the Astros and Willingham went caster had two doubles and a sin- the distance for the Cards. Will- gle to lead the Legionnaire batt- ingham also helped his own cause ing attack, while Manuel and at the plate with two singles in Smallwood each had two hits for two times at bat. Jones and Dow- the Citgo team. hey also had two hits for the Sunday it was just no contest Cards. Lewis Hosby and Walker between the Home Alter boys and each collected two hits for the the Ponies as the Home Alter Astros. team pushed over a total of 13 Thursday evening, June 23, the runs in the first two frames on Twins edged the Cards I8-16 in just nine hits to take a command another battle marred by errors ing lead. and a host of walks. S Whitmore went the route for The Twins had to come from the Home Alter boys, giving up behind in their last time at bat only three hits and three runs, with a four-run rally to turn the D. Linton was on the mound for tables on the Cards, who were the Ponies and gave up 14 hits, leading I6-14. four of them by S. Dorsey. with Anders getting the victory. K. Webb and Markley worked fo," the losers, with Webb, who gave up six hits and six runs in the first frame, taking the loss. Six Cub batsmen had two hits each, while P. Dorsey, Small- wood and J. League each had two for the Yankees Monday evening the Indians, managed to keep from being knocked out of the league lead by scoring a 9-1 victory over the Dodgers. K. Carroll started for the Indians, but was releived by B. Moler in the second and Moler went on to get the victory. Between them they gave up only one run and five hits. On Thursday evening, June 23 Donald Miller went the dis- the Dodgers scored a decisive 18-3 tance for the Cardinals and gave victory over the still winless up only six hits, but walks and Braves and Rickey Kelican hurled errors .cost him a victory, two-hit ball at the Braves. Mac Staunton, D. Alger and Clipp Nichols was the big hitter for the SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 in Bobble Welsh's house, have Webb, of Charles Town, moved to Brunswick. youngest, and Mr. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. James Caniford Charles Town, had the and daughter, of Harpers Ferry, family present. and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills, Boating, swimming, and of Summit Point, were guests of were enjoyed during the Mr. and Mrs. William Hugh, Jr., and sons, and enjoyed a picnic the river and then went -_,Kp Wise along boat riding. Reunion Use The The Webb reunion was held at Welsh's Landing on the Potomac Sunday, June 26. A very enjoyable day was spent by the 51 members present. Mr. Thomas Webb, of Balti- more, Md.. was the oldest mem- ber; little Miss Debra Ann Webb STORVeOOK PARK daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David were on the mound for the Twins Dodgers with a home run and and although they gave up nine two singles . Fraley and Anders ~t /~/ ..A, _L !::::NEll::: hits, managed to come through collected the only hits off Kelican 7~]~ (J~ 7~ i!::~10E~i-- for a victory. Wednesday evening, June 22 ~ --~-~C~-~i-~-~ ! i!i~ ~:~ 1 Jones was the hitting star for the Yankees scored a 16 5 victory ~\~k'~ ~---.~lt~.~)uw-~L=o ~:::::~;:: =:,. :i:/ __ _ / the Cards with two doul~les anti over the Indians as Pa-t Dorsev 't~"-~.~ "~,l~-~'~.~]~,Ev-~r~/~. 4 ~'~ ' h~g=Zgl ! ': , .... , . . ., .................... 41 You re never too young to get rote the POTOMAC LEAGUE two smiles m four tr,ps, to the pitched and batted h,s team to 2~~,.'~~-~ !i~:!::~SlT n, ,: ,, ~e ,....',~..~.. 1~.1k~4- A~.A ~1...,...~ ...... ~ ...... ~. STANDING OF TEAMS pia~e,.w.nim Wall anq. btaun~on the win. Dorsey limited the ~.-~x "~/2~ I "I" - "1/. e~ .... + " "ill Accounts winning the only game they play- Anderson in the second innig. Miss Donna Houser, Shepherds- we now pay : ,, ed a n hel ed h~ n cause at ._ ......... .. St u ton p "s ow , town, Road, visited her grand- I ,~ ,~ ~.,4 We also offer 4% CertificateOf Deposits The entire schedule which was the plate, clouting a home run mother, Mrs. Joe Mahoney and I ~r Ill' l|ll . to have been played Tuesday even and a double to lead the nine.hit ~amily, last week. [ ~' l~ I ll ~ ~~ ing was rained out by the thunder attack of the Twins. Mr. and Mrs. Donald TrundleI ~ V I U ~-- ..... ~~ storms which hit the section a and daughter, of Lanham, Md.,I I,- I w = R ~ g I ~ N ~his assistants bout 6:30 p.m. I'L..---- T .... ~.-- were the weekend guests of her I [' Illl~f K~tCPll~til /P~tlllP K~/,P ~ I Foliowing "the baseball game [ Shepherdstown scored a close mree/ceres are parents, Mr. and Mrs. William I Dl [tl[/ lfitl flu All tic fllID i Hill ! i~$11ill mm~H HV lill m lV II d! ~ I the nlavers on the two teams will[ 9-8 victory over Harpers Ferry ...... Snyder Karla remained with her, I IILMUblIUI] MI~ /4LL U/ UUI! = = a I~ l= ~ I~_l__ jt__x_ I be treated to a picnic lunch at the l m Saturdays act|on and Baker- R lHmn laud grandparents for a ws]t. I ( AS lleSUll UT DiiKerT0fl S j bali park by wives of the players Vtn barely edged Sharpsburg by I l Olllili /UI m= tglU Kathy Seibert, of Vanclesville, I ...===..- =..-... = ..-... .... I on the All-Star team. And follow ia 5-4 score. I| ii m. I I was a Saturday guest of her I lk'lilllltl~ l#lEUImUNIIIilIK'I = IIEm~,~m ~l~|lm~l ~|~m ~M~tl~ TAl~lul#ling the lunch, those players and/ In the other Saturday battle In Natl0nal L00D grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I OUmlll[.li llll~li~ilNnMl~[ I 'lll lllrM lllliM Illll gIl~l 1UlllOllUffi l their wives who desire to do so, ] Y lillville edged the still winless[--- -,~(~,~-,.,-~--,,~--,-ff.~ Charles Knott hand son and Mrs I ~__ ] will converge on Charles Town ] l~eetown team by a 5-4 score. ,I ~=1~,~,, ,,r~,u~ Florence Runion. I TRI-COUNTY LEAGUE Charles Town was leading by alRace course for an afternoon of I Games this evening (Thursday) STANDING OF TEAMS Gerald and Dale Robinson, of I .-~ ~.~. . .-t . -,r-.r -- -- STANDING OF TEAMS 3-1 score going into the seventh| horse racing. [ will find Harpers Ferry at Sharps Team W. L. Harpers Ferry, were the weekend I , our wln[er t~oaTs rmve Arrive Team W L ] frame, then Leetown put together [ I burg; Shepherdstown Angels at/ Indians 5 2 gflests of their grandmother, Mrs. I _.................... _ ".. ;lsix hits,' including doubles by| U~,,~ Al&~.- ~'&,....~. [Millville and Bakerton and the Giants 5 2 Robert Watson. I A~U AtCt~ Ul t'l kl llager~on ~ I Davis and Smith and a triple by/lrll|||ll~ lllll[~|" .lldV.% I 3hepherdstown Yanks will tangle I Cub. ' 5 2 I Mrs. Edgar Mills and Mrs. Anna I Tomahawk 8 l Bradley to score five runs and[ l on the Shepherdstown fmld. I Yankee~ 3 31Mary Hetzel motored to Washmg- I ~Leetown . 6 3~] win the game. Jack Burch was the/ I I~&~ I~ D^~I~ l -- I Dodge~ 3 E lton, D. C., on Sunday and visited I For Your Convenience We Now Have __ Charles Town S ] n! iee;; Creek and Great Caca-IL000 WlmlW0Wl l l ----J U .IL /June21 Giants27 Braves 6 [weekend ia Sharpsburg, MUd., vis. I ........ " ........ Gainesbero 8[ ' " ' l - '- t [ " itin M ' " I 2 o[ r ave A t:entrm t:narge t ara, we ,port engaged in a hltters duel, ame I. dO WITH l g r. and Mrs. Calvin Glfft . . . .~ ---- 0 --- I with a" tats! . 23 hit~= bem~ C011/ ~.=,w ....,~---- June 22 - Yankees. 16 Ind ans 5. and family" I W lBell Happy To A ssLts Yon With A G . , . Ju e 23 - Doagers 18 Braves a " lm I l SUNDAY RESULTS / ected by the two teams as Sleepy[ / ]Ju- 94 Ci ntsa I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ke th, of I S pe Self Mailer Applcatlon. Bakerton 7 Tomahawk 6 [ Creek scored a 10-8 victory. | _ _. . | |OII ][ll l l 11 3 .... o D.a .... l rt nsburg, were Monday, June I . Team W ~ ~,,,,,. ,,, . =,.., u, ~ ~,,~,.,~= . Leetowlt e Clmrle Town 4 _ [ qameshero.took an ..early leadI .. .... , AMERICAN LEAGUE / ---- O ---- 1 20 grUea tS of Anme Loudan: I , _ Gainesb0re 5 Shepherdstown 3 l arm went on zo aexeat ~nepneras-| ~ome Alter -~ ~| STANDING OF TEAlVlg | June 30 Giants vs Vodeers |. ,. na !vlrs..t~erata.l~ouer and I IMh UlklP_T~kl CrDI~P| A I TI/ fUt l Sleeny Creek 1O t reat 8[ town oy a 5-2 scare in the omer/utW, o a | , _. . / "n ......... I zamily momreo to lviardnsourg I W JHIPIU/UPI 3rL-LI/4L I ! 2tllUl -- ----O---- -- ileague battle. /Shenandoah Ponies2 3| eam W. land visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester I : ....... " ...... -- .............. 1BuddyLanham / S iir ! il uli cG a y aI dians l :: rd i!dhdrrass!gho h;Sa wKetete[ivmian W. VA, PHONE 725 52:1 $une 22 Home Alter 12 Legion s Sl 'l at Tomahawk ] $ ; " il a / . "_ | ,, [ The Cubs clawed their way into[ .~ ~~" ~-- .~--~----- Gainesboro at G:ea_t Cacapon |JeTs Hew Loop cltgo 7 Legionnaires tt RESULTS OF WEEK I hth etwayti f [et ea ePa P t)n] "LIVING ROOM ......... .,_=,~ ....... ~...~..u ~ * ~ ! | $une 26 . Home Alter 24 Ponies ~| ane27.Twins8Astros6 I~ue this hast week by scorin~ al i:HIkWIkl League havin~ moved vast the 3corlno Hecoro / ..---% ~" | ane 24- Astros 18 Mets 14 |pair of vmtorms, while the Grants/ ~Vll ~ DINING ROOM ~,:~.~= .....~ i,, *he ~l~6a sche- ...... ~ ---- / ,~,~ .n~ w~ i ane 23 . Twins 18 Cards 16 | and the Indians who were in a tie/ dule this ast Sund , two of the , _ $~y 2 - Citgo vs Home Alter| e 21- Cards 2 Astros 10 I for the lead last week spht a patti , _.----=l/ ~ T~h-W'tD(~Ct]UI" teams BPkerton Tomahawk COUNTY CAGE LEAGUE /JUry 3 . Shenandoah Ponies v,/ -- -- o -- -- /of games. ] ____...-- m " llllliql v :'~ all'ti'~l ,m far th- lea.ue le~d ST.DING OF TEAMS / Legionnaires"] ' | GAMES ON TAP ' [ The Cubs blanked the Giants/ ~?~~~T~ ! ~ ~l ~l[ R ~l~ II" .....and a ~hird ~'team :"Leetown is Team W, L. July 6 . Legionnaires. -- vs Citgo ~ne 30 . Mets vs Twins 8-0 Fnda" y evens" g, June 24, as hreathia(~ down the necks of both, Globe Trotters~ 01 __ .. -- ": .0 - ."7" | ,!y l-Astros vs Cards ~Jimmy Walker not only hurled a trailing in third glace, by only i Acel 3 . Y - three-hitter at the Giants, but he appear to be pulhng off the sam, ~1 7 Astres ~s Twins i| game. L~ 1 2 i . ~ Y - also hit his second home run of | i As a matter of fact the race Royals 0 31 type .of stunt m the_.Jeffers .... -- -- O -- --- . . the season in the first frame to .................... O---- i u ounty tony League mm seaso / The Twins increased their leaa/ et his team off t,, a fine start ll/ all, _W .,,,o zs so c,u e a " t nandoah Ponie ~ -" " !l three ames senarate fifth and Buddy Lanhain moved the Aces _s did. he She ._ _ t ' two full games the ,past weekI He also had a smile for two-for IL,JLj fir n~eo. ........... into second place in the jeffersoa hi{1 las. _year_as . ney nave | action in the Amer canLittle| two at the plate. Walker gave up | YfHT'I,T, gAVE A T,~'P I -"=~l -And th'is Sunda~, nrOmises more County Recrational Basketball gone mro.ugn, six. consecuuv | aseoall League on ~ne t~a.nson| a single to Tony Seal in the first I ............. "-- I -'~ ~^,~ ....,o~ o ~ff,~;,i .... ,i.n League Monday at the Jefferson games w~mout a_ s mg~e aezea | amend,by scoring a pair ot vie-| frame and then stopped the I Af .4~I~]-IW.WW.][ ..~! i ,-,,--,-,,, an are on to ot me lea ue ~ A ros 1 ~=~v ~,~,~==.~ ,v ~.L~,., ......... P :"'::" County Memorial Park when he a P g | ries, wnue the st were win|Giantshitless until the fourth = I ...... ....... wltn ager on ana L emwn, otn - 3 ames over the second lac , , T.~ ..... P .... ,., ,,~ee~ o~ hot~ chalked up 58 points to set a new ~ g _ . "P ' ng once and losingtwice..The| when he gave UP a single to Jim -- "rllere's .~u ~At~ l~ *" * league scoring mark and lead the u tgo v.atsmen. . . dr ot cereals me stros,| Alger and a double to John Dillow C H E W E L S m tne top ~nree - ot,tne _leag~ Aces to a 110-87 victoz:Y over the The rlome Alter m~ys cnalke ,ile the Cards were splitting a| He fanned 11 Giant batsmen. DOUBLE DOOR, ALL-STEEL _ ~ v race, aomg~a~ue o.a.me ~emw~ last-place Royals. Alvin Mills also up their titan victory, weonesoa ir of battles, put the Cards in| Monte Collins and John Dillow ammona. There wpl also oe an added nointg to winnin June zz, aowning me tas -ptac:end-place with a 44 record 1 limited the Cubs to seven hits, all Jefferson County batte takngl i ....... ....... ,,~o~ Ace~ ........... For the losers Legionnaires by a 12-9 score The Cards scored their fourth|but thev were enough for eight Imunnl iIKr. Come in and see the Com llin Vah ,.a~,o~ ,,. ,,,.,~ o. " ' - WI pe g place on the Shepherdstown fieldv m ~;,,,h,~.. h..~ qo ,~,~n,o o~,~ Then Sunday they gamed then ctorv Tuesday June 21, whenl r,,n- ~n~ ,ho ,vir1 " llll~llV ~ ~JI/~ &~.n ~.~tH.i.. I. "- h-- 'erds'own team .,. -. ,,=u ,,.. ,-... ......... -; _ ., ....... 1 -. o ...... - .. --. -- wu~u u=e ~ uw* ~e Ken"-' Brill 14 SlXn VlC0ry Dy sounuly trounc- ,hey uownea the Astros, z~-m in| The other Cub victory came a,u n ...... I~_...... ~, ..... et~.~l s~1~.t.~.11,, la' s o Charles TO -a in h he a " b . . -- ~u-rurptn~, xa~,tvlV utmt;v ~=, ~. ..... "-~a P Y h ~t to w~. ~-~.~ ........ ~,, T .... oa ,u= g t e S nando h Pomea y.a a game which once agmn saw| Saturday June 25, by a 14-12 ......... ................... In S d y's action the 24-3 score, both teams score far more runs] score over the Yankees, with the welueo seams ann rem orcen. oors ,or a?oea PHILCO AFPLIANCE strengtm ~mar~ wnngte imlsn zor nea ap Bakerton team came from behind ~'~"~"-,.+;v" vic+^=~ ,-~t~l~,,~; ~' de In the only other league battle then they collected hits. | Cubs getting 14 runs on 14 nits .......... '." SEALY MATTRESSES to gain a 7-6 ,verdict over tke ea ' "do vnin he"I ake bv an of the week the Citgo batsmen The Cards took a 10-0 lead in[ and the Yankees runs on nine pearance..as ClOmes roa ana ue racK. Jus ..... Tomahawk 1!!, dials, who had been ~.aa'~co.o ~::o~o was ~nce moved into second-place ahead of the first two frames even thought hits perfect for the spare room in your house. WARM MORNING HEATEH~ 1 m ar ~" ................. " I leading the league by a s i m - o..;,, h;.h ,~... ,.. *he "~.**=.= the Ponies by defeating the Leg- they collected only three hits,[ Junior Hostler and Jeff Anders deal when more storage space is desired at ~CT~CAin ~.l;a M~nl= gin until Bakerton caught up ..^..,. b- Dean mnnawes m a 7-6 decmmn, and they added 14 more runs m were on the mound for the Cubs, low cost. _ " "" " * * " ' NIT w th them Sunday. .... n,hh,, lea In the Home Alter-Legionnaires .... BEDROOM UR U Tomahawk scored five time *ho T o~ .... ~,h ~g ..~.+= battle June 22, both teams scored .= -- r=vv,~ n~,r~ the openmg frame and appe red .... oo moer runs then they collected II t mmm A ITp w to be headed for an easy w . t,o , ,h^ h,,aa,, hrs. The wmners pushed over ......... BASSETT BEDROOM Then in the fourth they added ~== ~.,'~a~'~'~,':,. ~h:-~'~,i~nner~ ~uld their 12 runs on just eight hits; - ~ YAIaUJ~ 2-kJ[ I~'DXTVr~ITD~ another to move ahead by a 64) ierch'an t "13.'The'iosers were led and the losers scored nine times (From Page One) by Bobby Appell with 15. Thursday, June 23, the Globe Trotters romped the Royals 95-60. It was in this game that Scott Whitmore tied Ernie Jones single ame scoring record of 52 points. obbie Cain added 23 for the win- ners. J. T. Kitchen and Bobble Hankins had 29 and 26 for the losers. Time FROM PAGE -- 1 Henry from Charles Town; and B. Cave, B. Goode and L. Ander- son from Gainesboro. Admission to the game will be 50 cents far children and $1 for adults. Delbert Shirley, manager of the Tomahawk teaxn, will handle the reigns of the Tri-County All-Stars with Frank Kidwiler, of Bakerton and Laign Banks of Leetowa as on only six hits. Nine walks by Legionnaire ~itchers and a couple of errors, aided the Home Alter cause geratly. Hammond and Grove shared the pitching chores for the Legionnaires, while Stew- art Ocker went all the way for Home Alter and gave up only six hits, two singles to Jimmy Ham- mond and a double and a single to Lancaster. The Home Alter team scored Six rtms in the first frame on just three hits to take a wide lead and stay in front all the way. Satur- day afternoon the Legionnaires outhit the Citgo batsmen 9-8, but were outscored by 7-6. The Citgo team jumped into a 4-0 first frame lead and stayed ahead all the way. The Legion- naires ral!!ed in the fourth frame to score five times on five hits, but they couldn't score after that. Two errors and two walks, played [a key role in that five-run up- semi-pro baseball players, keeps right on rolling along. Play- ng for Martinsburg'c VFW last Sunday, 'Chalk' belted a pair of homers and drove in four runs to lead his team to a 12 to 8 victory. Known for many years as one of the best hitters iu semi-pro circuits, the veteran has won many a ball game in the past for the, never-to-be-fgrgotten Charles Town Legion. Hopkins was one of the best EVER, to play here, and you have our word for that.. ERNIE JONES, Charles Town High' fine senior all-around athlete, received honorable mention last week on the West Virginia All-State High School baseball team... HALAN HOTT, one-time Charles Town Legion first baseman and a brother of George Hott, who also played for the Legion team here, has been appointed head baseball coach at Newport News, Va. High School. As Junior Varsity coach, Hott developed the players who won four straight Group I-A Eastern and Peninsula District championships for Newport News. Hott also played baseball at Shepherd College. He is a native of Moorefield... EVERY PURCHASE At SCHEWELS IS ON EASY TERMS CONVENIENT PAYMENTS / F-R-E-E DE.VERY ROWE LIVING ROOM FURNITURE JOHNSON - CARPER BEDROOM FURNITURE ARMSTRONG RUGS BAYBERRY LAMPS BUNTING SUMMER FURNITURE MANY OUTSTANDING BUYS AWAIT YOU AT 19 West Cork St. Winchester, Open Friday Nights 'til 9- Saturdays 'til 5 p. m. score. But Bakerton broke out of it's scoreless jinx in the fifth and pushed over six runs to knot the count at 6-6. A bases loaded triple by Alvin Russell and si~g|~s by Ray Jamison and 8onny Morgan led the big Bakerton rally. Th~n in the eighth frame Tom- my H~ffmaster tripled with a man on to drive in the deciding run for Jamison, spies. John Lowery went all the way for the Bakerton team, fanning eight and giving UP ten hits. The first frame was the which gave lnals to Charles Town. Charles Town to