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Better Prepare Now! f You're working hard now.., why not reap full benefits of that work tater? With'a Savings Account at this bank, save part of the money you egrn. Put it to work earning more for you.., for the leisurely "retirement vsars" ahead! It pays to save regularly, here. Savings Accounts are only one of the many ways our Full Service Bank helps All money matters are our concern, and we stand ready to help" or advise you in any financial area. Come see us soon! FULL BANKING SERVICES Savings Accounts Personal Loans Business Loans Installment Loans Checking Accounts Mortgage Loans Safety Deposit Boxes Bank by Mail WE DO THE MOST BANKING FOR YOUR MONEY We now pay 3 % Interest on all Savings Accounts ..... We also offer 4% Certificate of Deposits FROM PAGE 1--B Yankees as 3i' W ker hurled a fiye at the," Yanke for the Cubs and helped his own cause Wtth a ouble an4 two singles. Bruce Webster Moler, clouted a home and two sing- ovo Cubs touc a d P. Dorsey Martdey form a total of 11 rua and fifth frames for a perfect day at the plate. In this game the Indians also pulled off the first, and only, triple play of the season, with A. Carroll and P. Ande figuring in the play. K. Carroll was on the mound for the Indians gave up nine hrs. The Indian, s blab'ted three Brave pitchers for 19 hits. , Friday, July 8, the Dddgers stopped the' Yankees' drive to overtake the Indfans; Giants and Cuhs by beating them by a 14-2 score. ...... son-returned home- last weekJ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS 4tll of July family get.to-gether| Mrs. Ella Gill, Washington, D.| (From Page One) c., Mr. Bill Bentz, Alexandria, Va/ David Webb and daughter, Mr. Brown, Charles Tow~q; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stein and and Mrs. Deneen Welsh, Sgt. and Brown, Charles Town; Mr - ..... ~k" .... Mrs. Nomoni Feagen of D. C. Mrs. Harold Webb and family and I tha Jones, Ranson; Mrs. Lewisburg, W. Va... were weekend guests of Mrs. Lou Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods and Jackson, of Washington, ise Bentz. Sunday guests were family, all enjoyed a picnic on and two sons- John Fox RODERIC --=ho ,,~ been busy battling the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stickles the Potomac River at Bakerton dgeport; and the Rev. HIGHLEY and family of Alexandria, and the 3rd. of July. Fox. Jr.. of Baltimore, hot weather with one of the M. T. Strider Company's fans, Mr. and -Mrs. Garnet Ben.tz, Mr. Mr. Martin Glaize returned nty four grandchildren paused long enough yesterday to say: "By the time a man and Mrs. Jerry Frye and family home from the Charles Town grandchildren, one finds greener pastures, he can't climb the fence! !"... and Mrs. Kenneth Staubs and hospital last week, he was a pat- ey Fox of Fairmont, W. son of Hanson. iertt there for a week, we wish a number of nieces and battles, however, the Twins manI aged to stay on top, but only byI a half game as the Cards scored[ split in their pair of battles. ] -PercerRage-wise the Twins hold[ the best chance of winning be-! cause they have only two games to play, while the Cards have three and the Astres have four. ' The Mets are definitely out of the race with only three victories as of Tuesday nmrning, as against nine defeats. The Astros stopped the pen- nant drive momentarily last week of the Twins by scoring an upset 21-15 victory over them in a wild game played Thursday evening, July 7. The Astros came from behind to defeat the Twins, scoring 13 of their 21 runs in the last two frames while holding the Twins to two runs. In that late drive, the Astros had eight walks, two triples, a double and two singles and the Twins committed two costly err- ors. The Twins scored 15 runs in just eight hits, while the Astros had 21 runs on only nine hits. George Anderson and Wayne Walker each had triples and sing- lea to lead the l~itting f~r the A stros, while Donald Rissler and Th, omas Myers led the hitting for the Twins with two each. J. Cameron was the losing pitch er for the Twins and Terry Fin- negan was the wirming pitcher for the Astros. Tuesday evening, July 5, the Twins moved a ,step closer to clinching the Ame san League flag, scoring an 18-9 victory over the second-place Cards. The Twins had to come from behind with nine runs in the last two frames to stop the Cards, however. S. Stanton was on the mound for the Twins and got the victory giving up only. five hits. D. Miller, who worked the first five frames for the Cards, was kirts was high man for the Royals The Dodgers clou ed three with 31 points. Yankee hm'lers for a of 12 hits, while Tommy Ott was giv- Thursday, July 7, the Aces Ing the Yankees only Six hits and scored their second victory in as many days, as they Whipped the two runs. Globe Trotters 57-47. Buddy Lan- The Dodgers moved into a 5-0 ham led the Aces with 24 points, first frame lead and stayed in but it was the all around play of front all the way. Bruce Manuel with 11 points that remember as a rgl~t In little league earee . He aecom a feat which no other Jefferson I tle Leaguer has been able to do, when he oUted three utive home runs, two of thela grand slarners and one a He batted in a Ott helped his own cause spelled the difference. Scott Whit Scored five ageist the Yankees with a double more led the losers with 28 points Indians to and two singles in four trips toI Friday, July, 8, the Royals over the the plate. Darfington also had ]agai dropped a heart-breaking was :walked in the three hits ~ the Dodgers. decision, this time by an 84-82 and, the he. hit for Monday evening the Cubs and score to the Lakers. Jeff Roth led the circuit in the third, fourth Giants tangled in one of the best o the Lakers with 29 points, follow I Mrs. Buzzy Carroll and young WebS Reunion him a speedy recovery, also survive. The WebS reunion was recent- la e Mr To " e so - Rormie of Shepherdstown G d to s e . mmm J nk- ly held on the Potomac River, in ou a ain e has been v rv spent Wednesday to Sunday at s t . H e the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis very well attended with 50 pre- ill, but glad to report he is better , k ET 0 U R Carroll. sent. The you n,gest was 6 week, Ranson is getting a new lunch Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McDonald oto cmugnmr, t eooran ot ivlr. ana l room on Mildred Street in front and daughter Patricia Ann were Mrs. David WebS and the oldest[of Powhatan Brass and Iron, WATC H DOG Sunday dinner guest at the home was Mr. Thomas Webb of Balti-[ Works [ more, Md., 86 years old. All ofI " ..... ........ ,, 0l L H EAT of the latter,s parents, Mr. and ~ ~.~...~ ~xr~*,,~ v,~il,, wao,~ Why ~.,~,~, a,,u s,~,, ~.vs~ Mrs. Garland McFillen of Bruce- ;rese ; or'th'e s t me in fourI as,,we h ve,2re enjy d.;h:s[ SERVICE town, Va. Sunday guest at the home of ye rs: s?: SgtioH: old W:bebr]Town Race 'Course'field m"Ran-I GUARD Y0Ul ana Iaml y s s Mr. and Mrs. Elv od Breeden Delaware Isn" [ were Mr, and Mrs. George Breed- H EATI N G en and son George Jr. of Charles Mr. and Mrs. Lewis JenkinsI . I Town, Mr. and Mrs. David Hous- and family spent Saturday in] ,har[es W. r0x rues I COMFORT deal and family, of Boydl Md., Mrs Berryville Va. visiting her par-"I / cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Owens.[ Funeral services were held Molly Hillard. Christine, Johnny and Bobby Mrs. Shirley Monroe and dau-[ Wednesday at 1 p. m. from St. 725-751 ghter Pamela returned home Sun [ Paul s Baptist Church in Kear- Housden and Diarme Breeden is AUTOMATIC DELIVERIE|' Spending some time with their day from Baltimore, Md. where[neysville, for Charles W. Fox, a aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. they visited relatives this past[resident of Bridgeport, Conn., William Whetzel of Baltimore, week. [ who died Saturday, July 9, at the Md. The Church of God Bible[home of a daughter in Bridge- School closed with a picnic at the port. The Rev. Thomas Jackson Mrs. Graham Royston of Mill- Park July 2nd which was very officiated and burial was made wood, Va. and Mrs. Howard Puck- well attended and everyone enjoy i in the Johnsontown Cemetery. ett and six childrea Brenda, Con- hie, Gerone, Rondo Hope, Rhon- ed the occasion. [ The deceased was born in Jeff- hie, Helie of Charles Town were Corpl. Gary Lmaweaver return- erson County, Oct. 18, 1884, a Sunday dinner guest at the home ed home from Viet Nam last son of John H. and Lucy Wash- of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley week. He had been saittioned ington Fox. He was a retired and also supper guest at the there for 13 months. farmer and for 60 years had been Wiley home were Mr. and Mrs. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Woods an active member and a deacon Lewis Wiley and Mr. and Mrs. and family of Carrollton, Md., and trustee of St. Paul's Baptist spent several days with Mr. Rrt- Church in Kearneysville Kenney Chamblin of Berryville. Mrs. Hunter Lloyd of Middle- way, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rick- ard, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Getts and five children were Sunday guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceranalo. St. Sgt. Harrold Carter has been station 'for four months at Rhode Island left yesterday for a cruise for Cube for six weeks. Marvin Ceravalo son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravolo was among the boys left on Tuesday to go to Baltimore for examination for the Army. Complimenting Mrs. Herman Barron a stork shower was held on Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Palmer given by Miss Becky Palmer and Miss Wanda Edwards. The guests spent a very pleasant evening during which the guest of honor was presented with many attrac- tive gifts. At the close of the festivities delicious refreshments were served by the hostess who used blue and yellow as the theme of their decorations. Those who were present for the occasion were Mrs. Ricc~, Mr. and M~ :AIleh Elliott, Mrs~ Lowell ]~ust~, Wit: arid Mrs. Charles Crim, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Armstrong, Mrs. Eeney Longerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Edwards, Mrs. Sherly Hoffman, Mrs. Joe Ann Shiley, Mrs. Tony Ceravolo, Mr. and Mrs. Sewefl Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Her Donald Miller led the hitting rell Barron. for the with three singles. In a game played Monday even- - ing the Twins scored an easy RANSON. 29-10 victory over the last-place Mets. Cameron was on the mound Mrs. Floyd Simons for the Twi~s and ho limited the Mets to juts four has, while his teammates were collecting 15 off Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins three Met pRehers, and family drove to McLean this past week to visit with Mrs. Jeuk sister, Mrs. Peggy Nadcan and family. Visitors this past week, with the Lee B owns family were Mr. hur Webb and daughter Eliza- Surviving are his widow, Mrs. beth. Arianna Fox of Bridgeport; six Mr. Arthur Webb, Miss Eliza-'daughters- Miss Jua.nita Fox and KABLE OIL CO., beth WebS, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Manrtie Taylor, both ~f. WebS and family ,Mr .and Mrs. Bridgeport; Mrs. Arianna . I DISTRIBUTOR Tomo ow morning, make sure you're first m hne at your Olds Dealer's. He's saying YES on every Olds in stock.* NRNO need tO wait u~ntil Fall fOr a big buy On a new Olds" Big selection? YES. Big trade.ins: YES. Every Olds engineered for your greater comfort, safety, and driving satisfaction? YES. Oldsmobile Dealers have juggled the calendar to bring you Year End Savings right now" on any Rocket Olds. See your nearest Olds Dealer--the YES man who has everything for you! iil t t | e t i | I | I ! ! | ! } i t i i i t t ! ! 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