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i f t SPORTS HEWS VIEWS I " sPmrr oF rrERSON r Vurcenvine, Midd ebur , Fro t noyal num ou othe I ) II II ( ue "America Is h Better America-Thanks_ To spots in Virginia, Garlb managed the strong Charles Town [ i ], ' " Legion semi-pros, hanging up a record as one of the best / [] | | | baseball tea in this part of the country ..... .... TUBBySTOTLER, erackshortstopfr0mHagers. J i i I i / i town who divides his time between the Charles Tow " | | | .... [] Legion and the Funkstown Pony Express of the Indepen- | [] The quotations of The Blue Rid b '- '. iy .J dent League, told us last Sunday that Funkstown was ] ::iii N !~ ge Livestock Sales at Charles shooting for a perfect season in the loop and hoped to go [ :iii! !~:i ~ ~ Town Monday, July 3, 1961. GRANT COUNTY dul~ all the way undefeated this year. To date they have | i / Reeeipts of hogs and cattle light No,,~J.,,=,or ~~/-,f:~f-~lle racked up twelve straight wins, . . | ~ ~ ~ ~ :1~i~ i with a good demand for all hogs~,.,, and mh,~e~ / J ! ] ~ ~I~ ~ e , -- i ! ,i!! and cattle, e : ..... RUSSELL POTTS' wh des a splendid sprts cl" / I ! / Feature of sale was hogs top , umn for the Northern Virginia Daily out of Strasburg, Va., ! | I ~ i $19.40. of ......... Calves and lambs lower due to ,- had this to say about Hunter Maddex, the veteran Handley | i 2 tIigh football coach who closed o jt 16 years last Fall." | ~ ~!~ holiday. As long as men like Hunter Maddex coach the young | i Choice butcher steers none; athletes, parents will never have to worry over their sons. | ii! i ~ ~ i god butcher steers 20.00 to 21.00; plain to medium steers 17.00 to ~~~~-r~ ,, ,AcredittoHandley, the Shenandoah Valley and the coaeh- | ' ' i 20.00; choice butcher heifers ~:i ing profession--that s "Joe' Maddex.' :| | none; good butcher heifers 20.00 ~1 .... . | !~ ~ i~ ~ ~i i~ to 21.00; plain to medium heifers 15.00 to 19.00; good bulls 19.00 to : hm de I m dea.l a@ Ta #h/$rHlnn | The Giants, alw~tys strong contenders for the top sp~t. in the Jefferson County Little League, 19.90; plain to medium bulls 16.00 center~lleys on either side, tl~ r ~: n...~...,,~ .~, n --v..~., n..n.,.vu ...~.,n~ .v ~-av. ~.,..~.,,~ [managed to keep in, the race again this year by splitting a pair of games this past week, defeating to 18.50; commercial cows 16.50 toraphy of Grant County lends itself to farming, h~m re ~t ........ ' /the Cubs 9-3 June 28 grid then losing ~ close 8-6 decision to the first-place Dodgers Monday even- 17.00; utility cows 15.50 to 16.50; fishing. : ~f Cnncfanf 'R f db r'_. m dran M wen m r" ling. The Giants h~ve been pl~ying good bail all season, and haxl a couple of very close decisions canners and cutters 15.50 down; ~ vv,.~.u... ~v~. ~,.~, ~"~'"~"bu" '~'~*~'~ Igone their way instead of against them they would undoubtedly be nearer the top spot than a tie for cows by the head up to 175; stock ,! It t |fourth pD, ce. Members of the te~m and their managers as shown above are, front row, left to er and feeder steers up to 22.00;The South Branch River and its tributaries are notre stock heifers and bulls by the streams. Deer, bear, wild turkey and smal! game ~ai head up to 140.00 - ~ ' e m the thousands of acres of Monongahela Nahoaa'liTal t n]rtght:---Stevie Anderson, Jeffrey L~neaster, Johnnle Milton, Beverly Carroll, Bruce Carroll, Mike Ro- ~ D V ~ H D ~ ] maine, and Howard Wood~rd. Back row, left to right:--Randy MJtuphin, "Skippy" Whitmore, Roger I- ~ ~ l ~ U ~ ]~ { Johnson, Donald Tumblin, Ronaid Propst, Jimmy Heflebower, Edward Seal, Terry RoWland, Bill ~]} I| ~ , ,~1 ~ ~1 ~ ~ | Mercer, manager, and Bill Spinks, assistant manager, the l~ttter not present for the picture. John Me- Choice to prime calves 26.00 to lie flLKl l 27.00; good butcher calves 23.00 to " " l t Kown was also a, bsent for the picture. 25.00; medium butcher calves 21.. " furnishes legal size trout to streams in the:~area.-,,.: ,/i CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR ~ | ~|| tT&--.. ~ ..... Sunday .guests a~ Mrs. Toni De- R. P. McGarry, ~local D. H. I. A. 00 to 23.00; thin calves 20.00 dwon ,, - Haven's were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Supervisors. VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. . ~l heavy calves 17.00 to 24.00; The county was formed from Hardy County ib l~ ! ham Orndorff of Charles Town, Miss Harner~. .................... ~..r~fi~ w vn . Blue head grade lambs 19.60; named for General Ulysses S. Grant.' Pe~rsbu'~-g' q' I~tl I IlL LI~IPI~ ~kd~A kl~ ~, ~~H ~|nJ~ 7 ~ Mr .and Mrs: Linden DeHaven of regional winner in Dairy Princess red head grade lambs 18.20; red county seat. The Smoke Hole region along the Nt)r~ 8 / IU N LuMDrI LUMrAN! ~|U~ ~mT Clear~.rooK, ~r: ana ~rs: riarry Contest and runner up in W. Va. shoulder grade lambs 15.60; but- .................... A crams ann aau~hter Mar b .... Valley is among the state's major scenic attracti0~s: i! -- .... ~ __ s Y z- Dmry Princess Contest was pres- eher ewes 3.00 to 6.00; stock ewes Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town The Tri-County League All- nn and Mr. and Mrs. George W. ented to the ~roup per head up to 10.00; Plant AM 7 ~0.~-~ ~J Stars had just a little too much Rowland and daughter Phyllis of Ra"mond A~nett" - -- - In Grant County and throughout ~/est Virginia, ~] ~ Martmsburg ........... o ................ u c" Winchester y was aec~are~ Good butcher hogs 19:00 to 19.50; ~. .....~ ........................ ~ I mmng power ann pzccnmg p n n Mr and "Mr- Stanle-" Edward the winner in the dairy judging medium butcher hogs 17.00 to 18.- U.S. Brewers Association works constantly to ~ -. _ - .~r.~.-.r~-,f.~-~-.,-~-~ ~ xuesaay azternoon tor me league ~. z contest and Mr. Hager was winner 50; heavy butcher hogs 18.00 to flhe sale of beer and ale under pleasant, orderly.Col leading Bakerton Senators and Zombro and daughter Brenda in production guessing contest. 18.95; butcher sows 12.00 to 16.00; fions. Believing that strict law enfor~cement servies ,- they rolled to a 7-4 victory in the Gall of Leesburg Pike, Falls Chur ~ annual All-Star battle waged on ch, Va. were Sunday .ofternoon Creating much interest was a heavy feeders and light butehr best interests of the people, the Association s~'e~ the Bakerton diamond, callers of Mr .and Mrs. Carroll H. eight year old cow that had pro- hogs 17.00 to 19.00; shoats per do~e cooperation with the Armed Forces, [a~v en]~m ~" A crowd of upwards of 300 saw Johnson and son Thomas Wayne. dueed a total of over 98,000 hundred 22.00 down; pigs per mere and governing officials. ~ , pounds of milk in a little over head 10.00 down; heavy boars 10. f :~ :~ Reed of the Winchester Rebel~, 1800 days. For each day she has 00 to 10.75; stags none; sows and i;,(~ " for heating your home with 011 s~tes of the Tomahawk team and Robert W ~oodefl been in production she has pro- pigs up to 55.00; stock boars 11.00 Van Metre of the Berkeley Place duced an average of fifty four to 15.00; ~.~" Yanks, stop the Bakerton bats TO Be In,, ~ound~ of milk. sheepWtlljulyhave10th.50 to 60 good stock with Reed turning in the best per Refreshments of mill~, ice Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 formance, holding the host team cream and cake were served to l_~ ~'~ A.M..Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M.t ~ scoreless and giving them only Science Institute the group by the host and hostess each Monday. W/ three hits. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker. The Bakerton boys scored twice: Robert W. Godell of Kearneys- in the sixth and twice in the eigh ville, has been selected to ben Good B0ok F th with Paul Swartz driving in participant in the Virginia State S or ~ -" : three of the four runs. Summer Science Institute at Mad- Wayne Jamison started on the (,9 IT'S iso. College, arrisonhurg, Va. Reading In hly mound for Bakerton and Burch which got underway July 3 and and Hopkins teamed up to push runs for six weeks. The following special books over two runs for the Stars in the The Institute will stress grad- which promise to make good read :: first frame. ~* Then in the fourthS frame the uate courses in Biology, Chemis- ing for the month of July are a- " Stars scored two more with Jack try, Geology and Physics as well callable at the Charles Town Pub - 2 ~ Bureh and Chalky Hopkins again as the atest laboratory proced- lic Library, it was announced this leading the attack, ures, closed circuit television and week. ,~ qp advanced placement courses. Par The Circle of the Day, Helen I| In the sixth a triple by Hopkins ticipants for the course receive ~ and a single by Burch accounted their tuition and other financial Howe; Simon Brute and the West ern Adventure, Elizabeth Bartel- 2~ ~ ,~) ~,,': for two more of the Stars runs support through a special approp- me: D I S T R I B U T O R and this ended Wayne Jamison'$ riation of the GeneralAssembly ............... PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W, VA. stay on the mound. JUVENILE " In the last of the sixth the Bakif Virginia to the Virginia State ~ erton team broke into the scoring Board of Education. The Walton Boys and Rapids Ahead, Hal Burton; The Walton when Ray Jamison singled, Hough Boys in High Country, Hal Bur- ...... walked and after Don Jamison ton; The Walton Boys and the had sacrificed them, Swartz clout- Gold in the Snow, Hal Burton; ed a long fly ball to right field baize Evans and Danger in Crook- HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. scoring Ray Jamison. Hough also ed Canyon, Helen Hale; The My- ! scored on the .throw-in to third stery at Rustler's Fort, Trop Nes On Route 340--2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. base which got by Hopkins. One hundred persons gathered bit; Donna Parker on Her Own, The Stars added another run atthe W. E. Walker Farm, "Drift Marcie Martin; Trixie Beldon THURSDAY - FRIDAY JULY 6 - 7 in the seventh and t~aen Bakerton wood" Thursday evening, June and the Mysterious Visitor, Julie rounded out the scoring with two 29th to see and hear about Hol- Campbell. ---2 HORROR HITS-- in the eighth, steins and good dairy manage- Hopkins and Burch led the All- ment practices. Stars at the plate with three hits Jack Krause and Clark Taylor Norman Khner apiece, discussed Holstein affairs from the state and national viewpoint. Training Program . This is the convenient way to purchase Ladies Edsel Gainer, Extension Danry By Patsy Zombro man, W. Va. University pointed Girls Apparel 'and a wonderful way to out things that dairymen can do M0n~ Cha~eau Lodge your Christmas Gifts. Birthday Party to prevent summer slump in milk Tommy W. Johnson was given pr ue o Norman E. Kisner, representat- L "bell Mana-er W Va ive of Nationwide Insurance in " e " " JOIN NOW YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID!, ~ a. party Wednesday at hzs horn Md. Bull Stud discussed a balan- Charles Town is one of 45 Agents " " " 0W'00 gzven by hxs parents Mr. and Mrs. ,,a .......... a ; attending the Training Program Carrl!Y.~22~s,,n,:~A T;.ao ~.oa ~e~ da~y~l~n Vto~v~sit "t'l~e n'ew being conducted by his Companies ey, ........ lenaa ave, argarer and ........... . ......... . . at the Mont Chateau Lodge Nor- .... c, .... e- n-a ] The following persons vere zn. gantown, W. Va. has qualified to ,,*a *,=-,*~, ~ ..... " ~*'~ ......'*,~ro..u~e..n, a ~,,*" th~,.~ o~ro~ .... Ri~h~'d~,.,, attend this program which is de- TEL I II OLL . Ring, Francis Grantham, Dale " ....... Markle, Connie Henry, Margaret Chichester, Manager W. Va. A. B. signed to help him render better and Nancy Vorous, Esther Frits, C., Donald Brooks, Vice President service to his policyholders. SATURDAY ONLY - - - JULY 8 Carolyn Carper, Patsy H. Zombro W. Va. Holstein Breeders Assn., This program, one of a series of SMART FASHIONS Henver Sinnett and Dr. James training courses held periodically ~: ....--- 5 BIG HITS --- Clifton McDonald, Freddy Markle, Price, technicians for local Artif- Larry Grove, Eddie Lee Pierce, GIANT DUSI -TO- DAWN SHOW! bonnie Lee Zombro, bonnie and ieial Breders Coop., Boyd Cook, by the Companies, began on June 230 West Washington St. 'Charles Town,. Wi - fieldman Maryland Cooperative 26, Monday and will continue Jerry Watson, Jaekie and Bobby Milk Producers and Mr. and Mrs. through Wednesday, June 28. " ....... Gruber, George Tabb, Bobby Ware, Marvim George and Ronnie - Pierce, Ben Vorous, Billy Gran- tham, William W. Grantham, Day i ,, ! i ' id and Jimmie Liskey, Walter ..... Dunu, Billy Bane SchiU, Terry JIIIRing, Mrs. Donald R. Zombro and I!11 sonDougie, Mrs. Stanley W. Zorn "NEVER Ut ~ bro, Mrs. John Bradley, Mrs. Joe NEEDS G. Gruber, Mrs. Floyd Markle and . ,w,.. daughter Mrs. James Carper, Mr. DEFROS'FINGI" ':' anf! Mrs. Leady Bradley and three softs Greg, Etis and Mitchell and , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harter. Refrdshment chicken salad I] sandwiches, hot dogs, po~t0 chips ,,~;!~ pickles, ice tea, birthday and other cake and ice cream. Tommy received many nice and useful gifts and wishes to thank . . - everyone. Mr. George Halvosa of Wash- ~i~ --- F R E E "'" broingtn'andD'daughterC" spentBrendathe fourthGoil off n ' COFFEE and DONUTS July With his parents Mr. and - ~'~7i~ Mrs. A. C. Halvosa. Frost never forms i todiy s new electric food During Last Feature.* Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Zorn- There's a world of differ.. Food packages, ice cube trays, and walls all ADM:---Adults 60 FaUs Church, V& w re Monday ence in today's electric Children FREE 1 callers at Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith food freezers. No more do ...... Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cave and have 'to spend time defrosting free! Slimline design gives more space for freezing. Sd duaghter GLenn and sonPhil and you SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUES. JULY 9 - 10 - 11 Miss Elo Temerick of Martinsburg a freezer because dampness and yours today. 'i'$ BURT " AUDREV were Sunday turkey dinner guests frost are banished forever! Free of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hurter. There was an M. Y. F. meeting --,elect Fr,ezer. THE POTOHAC tlGffT I POWER C0. Sunday night at the Methodist at " 7:30 p. m. Then at 8 o'clock p. m. there was preaching services by , '~" the new preacher after the meet- $111 V [ csA t s JQ lO Bl ingNiss Kitty Blg spent Tuesday -" and family, t